Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty

Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty : Understanding the Lost Technology of the Ancient Megalith-Builders

By (author) John Burke , By (author) Kaj Halberg

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Could there be some sophisticated knowledge behind the designs of ancient monuments? Why would such a tremendous effort be made to construct huge mounds in North America, temples in South America, henges in Europe and the pyramids in Egypt when research shows that the structures were erected during desperate times of famine? Could the need to increase food production be the real purpose behind some of these structures? Burke and Halberg unravel the mysterious technology behind the ancient megaliths. The scientific findings point to the likelihood that these monuments were built for the use of amplifying naturally occurring electromagnetic fields in the earth in order to increase crop yields; a technology that has recently been replicated by modern science. Includes illustrations detailing their findings, dramatic photographs of electromagnetically charged orbs and maps of the locations of electromagnetic fields-- many as close as a day trip away from anywhere in North America.

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  • Hardback | 286 pages
  • 154.9 x 231.1 x 22.9mm | 476.28g
  • 31 Dec 2005
  • COUNCIL OAK BOOKS
  • Oklahoma
  • English
  • ill
  • 1571781846
  • 9781571781840
  • 1,928,429

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John Burke was the founder and CEO of Pro Seed Technologies, Inc., and demonstrated in field trials and at organizations and universities around the world how artificial versions of electromagnetic energies enhance crop yields. His work has appeared on Fox Networks, Discovery Channel, History Channel, and 20/20. Kaj Halberg is a photographer whose work has appeared in Danish guidebooks to Nepal, India, and Bornholm, as well as popular and academic journals. Together, Halberg and Burke have measured ancient sites from Europe to the jungles of South America and throughout North America.

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