”The Ark of the Covenant Operations Manual” might be the most controversial manual that westerners will ever read. Many books have been written about the Ark, few show a working mechanic. Most dwell on the perceived history, probable location or theological implications. Whilst these areas are touched upon, this short book shines because it simply shows how.
The Manual is a focused expression of the broader Ancient Solar Premise (ASP), which covers thousands of misunderstood artifacts and sites. The simple principles that underpin the operation of an Ark are related in detail. Importantly, it shows how to build a device and perform the miraculous feats of the Old Testament. Surprisingly the capabilities can be achieved with objects many people have lying around the home.
There are two key elements to an Ark. There is the gilded chest with a couple of stones in the base and a sun disk propped up on the lid. Real examples of these devices and their effects from other biblical era cultures are found in museums. The first facet delivers virtually limitless energy; the second produces intensities higher than an industrial laser. Between them, they resolve a series of mythological tales and mysterious artifacts.
The science involved is known to any high school student. However, the extreme applications are not and these have truly profound implications. There are photos of the results of using the devices and video links showing the technology actually in use. These are backed up by the detail from a great deal of research and testing.
Whilst many theories have been posited on the working mechanic of the Ark, none shows anything like the same breadth of application. Few if any can be made with the tools and technology actually found in the museums. Most other ideas leave the working procedures to the imagination of readers and the science to future researchers. The Ark Manual leaves the reader with no doubts. The techniques can be set up and proved by anyone in a few hours.
Feats of the Old Testament
The myriad of uses of this power are mapped directly on to the Old Testament. The following feats and other equally renowned qualities are easy to reproduce under the principles laid out. The burning bush; writing in stone; the Voice of God; the Finger of God; the incredible stone cutting Shamir worm; knocking down the walls of Jericho; the Face of Gods. The emphasis of these stories changes when it is recognized that there were no gods or aliens involved, just the ingenuity of man.
The picture to the right shows an intense dynamic tube of energy. The power has been made as high as 15MW/sqm with the methods laid out in the Ark manual. This easily splits or melts just about any stone. Is this the fabled ‘Shamir worm’ mentioned in the Old Testament? It is certainly capable of delivering many of the feats associated with the Shamir.
The survival of the Exilic Israelites in the desert is rarely cited as a miracle. However, under this premise it becomes patently obvious why the Ark chest is so revered. Without the device, there would not have been enough energy for the reported populations to survive the wandering years. The implications here are just as relevant for people today. The modern usage of this technology is explored in ”The Sun Devices”. Whilst many of these uses are extravagant, none can match the ancient world for scale and intricacy.
The Broader Implications
There are repercussions for the theologians, which have undoubtedly been raised privately before. Whilst no one has suggested a reframing of the Israelite God based on the electrical or radioactive ideas, the Ark Manual touches on a nerve. It is not a book for the faithful, since the ramifications strike at the origins of western faiths. The explanations make it clear that the modern god is a very close relative of the Egyptian sun gods. Religious scholars might well seek to thwart the idea gaining any real traction.
This type of resistive force has already been experienced in the Asia when attempting to publish the broader Ancient Solar Premise. It is unlikely that other author’s were threatened with swift deportation by the Culture Ministry on account of their work. Irrespective of whether they touted the impossible, impractical, unlikely or just plain whacky. The tourism boards probably enjoy the benefits of most alternative ideas since they increase the interest in the ancient sites. The Ancient Solar Premise is not so welcome because it raises very awkward questions.
Several of the Ark techniques are pulled directly from a recreation of the ancient Greek tract ‘On Burning Mirrors’. This is rumored to be languishing out of sight in the Vatican basement, presumably because of the ramifications for the church. Some have already said that the Ark Manual should be burnt, though it is not clear how one burns an ebook. It might be wise to those who are interested in understanding how an Ark worked to pick up a copy.
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