I think YOU might be the miracle. You're actual living proof that the teachings I've given hold merit, and this isn't just some ultra elaborate joke. I never expected to have such dedication from anyone, much less a young vegan female from New York.
The Dendera depictions are trying to relay a few different aspects of humanity's creation in chronological order. This includes the technology of our most ancient ancestors, and how to utilize that technology to keep necessary "evil" from infecting purpose.
I have a YouTube playlist containing all the videos recommended by Brian Harner. They cover such topics as ethanol, hydrogen fuel, nitinol engines, cavitation energy systems, sound, harmonic resonsant micro cavitation, moving large stones, and more.
Farming water is the production of water through the use of air pressure and temperature to cause condensation.
The Di Pietro motor is the most efficient motor I've ever seen, and I would like to implement it in farm equipment... It's a completely self sustaining system from "cradle to cradle" when one understands machining and casting.
Brian does not see the use of his continued existence. He either gets in the way of people or, more often, he provokes too much resistance in them. Plus, the way he sees it, if people would rather let him fade away, then so be it.
The following is a synopsis of all the e-mail exchanges which lead to me writing the article titled, "The Path to Brotherhood."
It is dangerous to put the grail in the hands of anyone who does not completely understand and accept what its function is, how it works, why it will be used, what went into the discovery and production of the object, and all of the consequences that its use will have.
I have gotten a taste of pure brotherhood through ultrarunning. I have found this sport to be a refuge of purity, community, and idealism in a world which undermines those things relentlessly and ubiquitously.
I did not want anything to be held back in the attainment of a higher ideal. I allowed myself to feel the intensity of the connection being shared in that moment, which was very nearly beyond human.