“Floating Bees and Chicken Scratch Fever”

“Floating Bees and Chicken scratch fever”

by Jeffrey Appling


What do hieroglyphs mean?

(anyone can do this with an open mind and some keen knowledge).

I try to stay teachable and openminded as most of this information is new to myself and achieving what Academia says is impossible is most gratifying as I disprove their lies (why lie?… what is there to lose?… is it power and control you seek?)

my suggestions

Don’t take yourself seriously, stay teachable, and keep an open mind as the deeper we dig and learn about our past? the more fantastic it becomes!  We must learn our past truth Good and bad so we can better make decisions for our future.

First,  look to sonically created large hieroglyphs (they are the oldest glyphs we cannot make today and key to our past truth). Usually created with a metal stamp (vibrating die) to stone (cameo/ intaglio creation), a machined look with precise and even indentations in granite.

9136425 Above is an example of a beautiful ultrasonically created cameo.  The imprinted metal die ground down evenly through the layers of agate. Cameo created and sold by Rio Grande, Albuquerque NM .

below are ultrasonic impressions in granite

Second, ignore dynastic Egyptians chicken scratch (brass tool chipping on granite making uneven crude lines) as it is not representative to the actual builders. The Egyptian’s “chicken scratches” are typical bronze age graffiti upon previous high technology (ancient tech) construction.

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Just as the we do not give credit to spray paint vandals as being the creators of the monuments that they are vandalizing.

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third, disregard what people teach about hieroglyphics and symbol meaning in present day Academia. (learn it then burn it)

I recently saw this on the internet.  I was shocked to see how this was about honey, beekeepers, and bees.

Was bee keeping so important that it had to be machined into solid granite for all time?… bee kipping?…. Honey?

1499137522381…………..chief beekeeper?

Look not at what the symbol is said to be rather what it can do.

Always think action, purpose, and function especially with a civilization using and mastering Nature power.

Masterful machined glyphs like theses below are not made by bronze chisels (harndess 3).  They were ultrasonically pressed into the granite (hardness 6.5-7).

 ……yes, some bees make honey.

remember we are dealing with a civilization that understood Nature in itself so we must dig further into the symbols functionality.

what else do Bees do that would be important to us?… they float so-to-speak.

Bees don’t fly…. they levitate at will.. and steer not so well.FlyingBeeClipped

A bee levitates by opening its wings and releasing a sonic vibration resonate to that of the Earths frequency creating a torus field of electromagnetism.  The sound waves are released into tiny vein-like hollow tubes.  Upon higher magnification cones are pointed perpendicular to the dendritic hollow tubes.

Magnified 3,000 times and we can see the cones (spikes) that release vibration.  Similar to the horns I use for sonic coring.  Similar to the sonic horns that brought down the walls of Jericho.

Once the toroidal field is activated around the bee (like a forcefield bubble) it can levitate and steer to its destination without wind interference.

Viktor Stepanovich Grebennikov, an entomologist  was said to have demonstrated levitation by placing lots of beetle wings on his devise and travel very fast with no inertia.


So what is it like for the bee levitating with no inertia?

Similar to the 1980s movie “Explorer” where the kids created (with help) a self contained forcefield, steered electronically with commodore computer.


Remember the big rectangular box shown previously?… the one with chicken scratch graffiti on its once beautiful high polished surface.


How did that perfectly machined and high polished (inside and out) 100 ton granodiorite behemoth travel through the very narrow corridor and purposely placed at rest?

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Purpose and function of the blocks I do not know yet, however, the action in the hieroglyph is the bees ability to levitate.

Remember that big block with chicken scratches?


There are 25 boxes inside the Serapeum labyrinth. Each box on average weighs 70 tons, with a lid of 30 tons. The lid in each case was cut from the same piece of stone as the box itself.

Today the dark halls are lit up with electrically.  There is no sut residue on walls/ ceiling from flammables (torches), cant keep intense light with parabolic mirror reflections will not illuminate enough.  So the chicken scratch civilization did something I don’t understand (unless techknowlegy was given then lost again)

I can understand how the actual builders would have lit up the tunnel because its communicated by them in stone ultrasonically.

Nickola Tesla understood this.

John Keely  an American inventor from Philadelphia who claimed to have discovered a new motive power which was originally described as “vaporic” or “etheric” force, and later as an unnamed force based on “vibratory sympathy”, by which he produced “interatomic ether” from water and air.


This force is everywhere in, out, and round us.. it binds us.  It can be obtained for many uses and abuses.

What is this force our ancestors tapped into?…..

Its part yoda (the Force), part dune (the weirding way), and a little highlander (the quickening).

 “My ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Its energy surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Force around you; here, between you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere.

This is part of the weirding way that we will teach you. Some thoughts have a certain sound, that being equivalent to a form. Through sound and motion, you will be able to paralyze nerves, shatter bones, set fires, suffocate an enemy or burst his organs.

stay” in the know” and you too will feel this.



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