The Shape of Prayer When We Kneel

Since the release of my first non-fiction book, Before the World Was Lost: A Journey to Eden, in December 2018, I’ve decided to write more in-depth on subjects that I lightly touched on.

One topic in particular, which has opened many conversations because it’s just amazing, is the blip of information in Chapters 6 and 7 about the shape of pyramids and the correlation of how we position ourselves in prayer. I didn’t give it enough page space in the book, but I shed some light on the topic in my first YouTube channel video titled ‘God’s WiFi Signal’ to help give more information.

The more I talk to people about this subject, the more exciting it becomes for me with researching future projects.

There is a challenge explaining a topic seemingly unconnected like spiritual prayer or meditation, along with archeology structures to a generated energy known as torsion field energy. It’s hard to show a relationship to each of these without people thinking you’re full of yourself for trying to explore new theories. The fact is, we are intelligent, but we have yet to understand everything this world has to offer. With the perspective we don’t quite understand all the words used in the book of Job in the Bible, we still can’t agree with the accurate equilibrium of carbon dating, and men continue to uncover things once thought to be jokes within the scope of science.

Quick note: This blog will have me jumping from one thing to the next. Stay with me, and I promise to bring it all together in the end.

For example, the energy that is considered theoretical by most scientists, torsion field energy, is the one thing that ties this blog together with prayer and pyramids. I don’t hesitate to explore this amazing power hypothesis in connection to the Bible and the structures built in ancient times.

To recap, this energy is described as twisting energy that occurs within and emanates outside the earth’s surface. As well, it has been tested that it could occur within human beings. The twisting effect is described as a helix shape like that of a DNA strand that winds in a spiral manner. The shape is formed by the positive and negative alternating charges found naturally in our earth’s layers and inside our bodies. The following images may help.

Several men tried explaining the power of this energy. Russian scientists have written a multitude about this subject, stating that these energy fields are created when something spins with momentum, including particles. Theories state that this energy’s strength wouldn’t break down as it traveled through space, and it’s calculated to be faster than the speed of light.

In the book, I link torsion energy that was recently measured atop a pyramid-like structure in Bosnia to the Tower of Babel’s possible location. Explaining that Nimrod built the Tower in the city, later called Babel, to harness this energy to speak to God to state their claim as a people (Genesis 11). He didn’t build a massive tower in the other cities he ruled over; he built a specific spot. He knew the secret to harness this energy, and I feel the Bible can explain how through a linear theme that Jesus later brought full circle for us to understand.

Bosnian Pyramid

Did the ancient people in the Old Testament understand that God’s connection was only found in certain places? Not his power, the connection to him directly.

In Genesis, we learn that Adam and Eve lost their constant connection to God’s presence after the Fall. Yet, we are told that God spoke with several after the gates of Eden were hidden, including Cain, Noah, Abraham, Jacob, and so on throughout Old Testament times, and again from the clouds after Jesus’s baptism. Yet, in Exodus’s book, God gave Moses specific instructions for building a tabernacle with a sanctuary where God could dwell among the people.

What differed inside the tabernacle? Specifically, the Holy of Holies, where God dwelt.

God gave Moses detailed instructions about the layout, the materials, and the colors of the tabernacle. Plus, the Israelites were made to carry the tent throughout the wilderness journey to be set up where they landed for a time. These ancient people had to learn how to be physically, mentally, spiritually clean, and practice eating clean (Kosher) to enter the tabernacle. All this, plus the 613 laws/commandments given in the Torah, were put in place to help reboot the Israelites habits formed from the Babylonian and the Egyptian rituals these chosen people had practiced for 400 years in bondage.

We know that the tabernacle wasn’t the only way to speak to God directly. Moses spoke with God high atop the mountains on several occasions, yet he later wasn’t permitted to enter the Holy of Holies.

A little over 400 years later, Solomon built something almost identical to the layout…twice.

The ancient people were not stupid or lacking an understanding of the Gods. Every culture has a foundation in God(s) they follow. Adam and Eve didn’t lose their knowledge after eating the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. The people of ancient Israel lost their understanding of how to reconnect to their God after being in bondage to the Egyptians for many centuries. Even before that, the humans lost part of their understanding of Babel.

The tower at Babel was like a ziggurat (a geometric step-pyramid, much like the Mayan temples of Central America). For those who don’t have the Biblical timeline memorized, Babel was way before Moses and the Israelite slavery in Eygpt.

As mentioned before, Nimrod, the ruler of the city, later called Babel, was the ruler of many cities. Yet, he built the tower in a specific location and a specific design. A design his ancestors would have knowledge of and possibly passed along.

Much like the temples built to God’s standards in the Bible, the dimensions seem very important throughout the scriptures. Biblical temples were laid out with the Holy of Holies, where God dwelt among the people, inside the veil with the Ark of the Covenant (up until Solomon’s second temple). Which would also lead us to believe the pitch of the tabernacle would also be important. The next image is what we think of when we think of a tent overlay.

Model of Tabernacle, the tent of meeting in Timna Park, Negev desert

Why would God make it flat? Structurally, if you’ve ever built a blanket fort in your living room, you know flat, heavy blankets cave it to the top regardless of how much you reinforce it. I’m making the key point not to argue the pitch of the portable temples but to give light that this part of the detail wasn’t exactly given to us in the text. Below, I will give you a link for more information on the optional shape of the tented area. I do not know the person who came up with this theory, but I find his mathematical findings quite fascinating.

To move on and not make this blog a book, we will live outside the box and say the sheets that draped the tabernacle formed more of a cone-like or possibly a pyramid-like shape. Which would allow water to trickle off (not that rain was abundant in the dessert), allow for air to move out through the top, and keep it from caving inward.

Why is the shape important? The following images show you how energy flows throughout shapes. I explain this in my YouTube video that I linked earlier.

The Pyramids (not just those in Egypt) and the Mayan Temples are central places where ancient cultures practiced their most sacred religious ceremonies or buried their most important people. Giving the image that as you ascend toward the top, you get closer to God, and as I said, the ancients weren’t stupid.

In Genesis 28, we are told about Jacob’s dream of the ladder that had angels ascending and descending. Most scholars theorize this stairway image toward Heaven was much like a ziggurat temple with God at the top. In this story, Jacob’s realizes this when he awoke from the dream,

 Genesis 28:16

16 And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said, Surely the LORD is in this place; and I knew it not.

17 And he was afraid, and said, How dreadful is this place! this is none other but the house of God, and this is the gate of heaven.

Jacob didn’t know he could tap into Heaven in a place so dreadful. Later we read in the New Testament, Jesus referenced this story,

John 1:50-51:

50 Jesus answered and said unto him, Because I said unto thee, I saw thee under the fig tree, believest thou? Thou shalt see greater things than these.

51 And he saith unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Hereafter ye shall see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of man.

Stating that Jacob’s vision would come upon them all and later the rest of the world. We can’t all fit in one area at once, but we can spread across the earth as personal temples of God. Jesus constantly referenced the Old Testament stories and how he was the fulfillment of bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to Earth, and he was the way to the Father in Heaven.

He didn’t pause to pick only the Jews. He offered this to both Jews and Gentiles.

So how does this connect to the pyramid shape, prayer, and torsion energy? As promised, I would jump around but come back to explain.

From the beginning, God left a way for his people to reach him even after the Fall. Examples of the faithful who knelt in prayer and would often offer sacrifice carry throughout the scriptures. The Old Testament mentions Solomon rising from his knees after giving thanks to God, and that Daniel went to his knees 3 times a day in prayer…in the New Testament, Simon Peter fell to his knees before Jesus confessing himself a sinner…and Paul, in a portion of his letters to the Ephesians, he expressed a deep spiritual sermon calling the people to repentance saying,

Ephesians 3:14

14 For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,

There is a significance to kneeling in prayer, and the early ancient people understood this as concentrated energy needed to form the connection. To harness the Earth’s energy with their own to bind and obey the laws God set for us to communicate with him fully.

When we kneel in prayer or mediate in a lotus pose, we bring our bodies close together. We pull our own physical vibrating energy into a concentrated shape, forming a ziggurat or pyramid shape.

How many times have you submitted yourself in prayer on your knees? Do you feel the difference?

I am not saying we cant feel prayer when we are standing or walking. What I am trying to express is the signal is stronger when we take to our knees.

In the 1950s, a Russian astrophysicist observed energy output waves similar to how torsion field energy is described. In the 90s, his secret research was brought to light and included experiments with the human mind regarding energy.

These studies found that human thoughts could generate these unique waves and that it was the emotional thoughts that triggered the equipment for higher readings.

This shouldn’t be surprising. When we walk into a room, we can feel the people’s energy inside, and the more people are unified in emotion, the stronger we feel it.

To make it more amazing, think about what the Bible says about our own bodies,

1 Corinthians 6:19,

19 What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?

We are temples, spread across the world, just like Jesus said would happen. He left us the Holy Ghost so we could keep our connection.

The ancients built square structures, we’ve seen the remnants throughout the ruins, but they built pyramids for their dead pharaohs, received commandments, and built altars on top of mountains. Today we see church steeples, obelisks on top of sacred markers, and modern landmarks that embody a pyramid’s shape.

The world has listened and multiplied across the land, and we are ready to embrace this power again. We don’t need to jet across the globe to find a sacred grove where God once was; we only need to take to our knees to find where he is right now.


Why God?

My response…there is no other answer but God. Let me explain before anyone gets ‘offended’ or feels the need to yell ‘God doesn’t exist’ as they read this.

As a Christian, I was raised throughout the Protestant sects of religion, having being influenced from Sundays in the baptist church to Catholic to Methodist to later joining the LDS church, all of which taught about Jesus. From a young age, I could see something was missing, real answers about God. Not about the dreams Joseph interpreted for Pharaoh or the three years of Jesus’ ministry. No, my questions stemmed from another subject matter I loved, science.

When the bones of dinosaurs were uncovered or a new galaxy discovered, my interest peeked, and I wanted to know how it all fit into God’s world. Asking my faith leaders or parents didn’t pan out for me, and I found myself moving away from the church; even in my moments of doubt, I didn’t lose hope that there was a God out there who would someday answer my questions.

Of course, from the pieces of scriptures we have gathered, we can get a pretty good picture of what God expected of his people. Be a good person, give freely, love always, serve others, and don’t murder anyone…however, those attributes are not privy to only those who follow God. Therefore, if you don’t believe in the divine, who do you think set the moral compass for humanity? God.

If a man didn’t have God to set the standard, we would follow the other animals’ examples around us. Adultery turned to personal pleasure and murder as population control, with no consequences. Regardless, our moral code is a big part of the God formula. The part that reminds our inner spirit that we know right from wrong.

This kept God as a part of what I was looking for in answers.

The lines between ‘believers’ and non-believers’ have become fuzzy. Some atheists claim they believe in some universal spirit, and some people go to church that admits to not believing in an actual God. Very confusing, and yet both sides are increasing in numbers.

How did we get so far from keeping God in the equation?

People can give reasons why they don’t accept God. For example, if there is a God, why is he not saving the world from all the suffering? If there is a God, why doesn’t he show himself instead of making his people have faith? Not to mention the number of people who have turned away from God because of the actions of some people who cling to God. Some watch every misstep a Christian, or people from any faith, and use that as a reason not to seek God. People’s audacity to think that believing in God instantly makes humans perfect and our world tolerable…accountability is hard for everyone.

Honestly, though, aside from the excuses that stem from pride and idleness, I feel there are truly two reasons people stopped looking to God for answers ages ago, the separation of our origins and the dilution of translation to the people. Humans have been separated from our original understanding of the universe, including God, for thousands upon thousands of years, and we are trying to Humpty Dumpty it all back together again with no reference point. Where did we get lost? Was it before it after Babel? Or was it after the gates of Eden were shut?

Which brings us to the two topics that differ between those who seek God and those who don’t but seem to stay constant between them all, creation and eternity.

Most religions base their foundation on these topics by laying claim to know how we started on Earth and where we are going when it is over. As followers of God, we can’t agree on what exactly the scriptures say about these two things. Thus we have churches that stand against each other, allowing history to fight wars over the absurdity of religious perspectives. People fighting other people in the name of God? As an outsider trying to seek answers, I can only imagine how that fighting, and killing, over a God might be too intense for someone to become consumed with if they’re already on the fence about the existence of God. It’s not surprising how many decide to skip the whole believing in any God to be therefore not accountable for being wrong. A flip of a coin.

We can use scriptures to show God’s path after creation, and we can even use archeology to prove that stories in the Bible were very true.

Which reminds me. For those who shove their Bible’s into the faces of non-believers, please stop. As I mentioned before, our actions can make or break someone’s decision to seek after God. Yes, the scriptures are a great tool; they can lead us to a deeper connection to God and our eternal salvation, but this only applies after you believe in God. Otherwise, we chance to push people farther away from where God wants them, and the word tells us that everyone will have a chance to know him…trust that and be an example of love with your words and actions. Not that sharing scriptures is wrong because I use it to power my life, but forcing and guilting someone to change is not how Jesus walked the earth.

We live in a culture today that warrants people to make their own decisions and not be held accountable by God’s moral code. Those of us who try to adhere to those standards…we struggle. It’s not easy to bring people to God and make them ‘drink the kool-aid,’ and it’s harder to stay focused toward the Heavens. Especially as the world becomes more and more distracting, and science claims to solve creation without God.

I am one who loves learning about new theories in the world of science, but everything I read brings me closer to God and who He is. We live in a world of extreme intelligence, and at first, it’s intimidating to hear what science has uncovered…but even if you’re on the sides of science without, you require faith as well since no scientific theory about creation has ever been proving the fact. As well, if man’s evolution from a lesser species, wouldn’t we expect to find more ancient writings to reference back to the days they began to walk upright, or the day they turned from the caveman ways? Instead, we find elaborate versions of creation coming from all over the world that reference a God. Why? Because God is the only answer.

Science has answered many questions, so why not God?

Here is where it gets confusing. Science cannot disprove God; as I mentioned, it has yet to explain its own version of creation. Nevertheless, science is a lot like religion in that there are so many types, yet not many of them want to overlap their theories to get along. The challenge comes with all the fancy lingo that makes it sound so complex that unless you’re well versed in thermodynamics and astrophysics, it sounds like facts.

Let’s take something well known, like the Big Bang. The most famed notion of how it all came to be is what most think the theory is trying to explain. In actuality, the Big Bang only states that the universe grew from the rapid expansion of a super hot dense point or singularity. Meaning that it doesn’t explain how the dense point got there…hmm. Now some scientists are questioning this original theory because of new evidence suggesting other possibilities. Here are a few reasons why the Bid Bang doesn’t fit (in advance, I apologize for the confusion of these next statements):

It violates thermodynamics’ first law, which says you can’t create or destroy matter or energy. Fans of the big bang theory say that it doesn’t address the creation of the universe but rather its evolution. Since the laws of science break down as you approach the creation of the universe, there’s no reason to believe the first law of thermodynamics would apply.

Basically, they are saying that the closer we get to creation, the laws of science on earth don’t seem to apply…really? Here’s the thing, no one on this planet has created or destroyed matter or energy because only God knows how to create something out of nothing. Others say that the formation of stars and galaxies violates entropy law, which suggests systems of change become less organized over time. Yet, if you view the early universe as completely homogeneous (made of the same stuff) and isotropic (having the same physical properties throughout), then the universe shows signs of obeying the law of entropy.

God and his teachings have been the same from the beginning. He is not a God of confusion. Our reference to creation lines up in an organized manner as God laid it out from the beginning; we didn’t get the detailed version because salvation seemed to be more important.

The early inflationary period of the big bang appears to violate the rule that nothing can travel faster than light speed.

We know light to be the fastest thing we’ve discovered, but that doesn’t mean something faster doesn’t exist. Especially if our universe shows an equilibrium temperature that can’t be explained without a power faster than the speed of light, but God can.

Also, what was inside that so-called hot dense point? Everything we see today? If the matter cannot be created out of anything according to science, then everything that we see in our universe had to of existed at that point…yet only a year ago, astronomers were able to capture pictures of a planet being born,

We have yet to explain the mysteries of our own planet, and we don’t know for certain what lies beneath the layers of our earth; we can’t explain why magnetic north is all of a sudden moving faster than ever recorded…but God…that is why.

Do I think science is wrong, not about everything? I know we have some brilliant people in our world who have studied the universe wanting answers. Those answers can be as simple as making God the equation.

Often I wonder how life on other planets views God. Have they advanced past the confusion? Did they eat the fruit in the Garden of Eden? Or did they never lose sight of God?