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The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other, looking toward the cover. There above the cover between the two cherubim that are over the ark of the Testimony, I will meet with you and give you all my commands for the Israelites…………………. So these are the basic texts I worked from, however, I used the Egyptian cubit as the measuring standard, and super-duty Tesla coils in the design for the inner workings.
I made some basic engineering assumptions regarding design, 1, the authors or editors of the biblical passage, suppressed the exact nature of this box. This is shown by the impossibility of an acacia box withstanding the weight of a mercy seat made of pure gold. As a result, I modified certain aspects and materials to conform with this hypothesis, and subsequent schematics.
Allow the resin to fill the grooves in the rough plywood. Stop 2. The mercy seat interlocks into the top of the box, then 3 more pieces so the numbered pieces from bottom to top go as follows 5, 3, 7, 4. A granite quartz slab has a resonating effect, but mostly I just used this for durability.
We found the grout to be conductive, and the granite was a spectacular short. All the tile was smashed off, and a one piece marble slab installed on the top. The measurements are staggered to allow for your choice of non-conductive molding. The cherubim, or griffins, or eagles or whatever you use as a spark gap sits right on the top of each Tesla coil, making a spring loaded contact with the inside coil.
Cut to length, stagger, and use a blade bit to drill the holes for the isolators. This version can be charged with a neon sign transformer kv 60ma to charge things up and activate the metals so they are more sensitive to ions. I made many different versions and tested the high-voltage properties of many different metals. You can use other self charging variations, such as building your own tabernacle tent, or an arid desert location.
Use urethane shellac, or polyester resin to coat it liberally. The cherubim will make contact with the top wire inside the tube with a copper spring loaded brass stud and nut soldered to the top inner wire that compresses each tube when the lid mercy seat is lowered onto the pipe caps. Use springs brass studs, and silver dollars with holes drilled in them.
Do not substitute the silver for less noble metal, perhaps copper will work as well. I needed to figure out the kind of poles to use, and why. I settled on oak banister railings, and covered then with aluminum tape. I felt that this would be more inclined to collect energy as antenna if they were made of covered wood, it also keeps with the original design from the bible. The hardware used to connect them was muffler c-clamps, and furniture claw nuts.
The poles are re-configurable, they are insulated from the outside of the box by the trim that covers the outer rim and corners, and make a connection with the inside, positive by the wires counter sunk into the attachment hardware. The box, carries a charge lethal enough to make glass into a conductor, do not touch the charged box with your florescent tube high-voltage tester, or you will blow up your heart.. I did this when I was first testing the coils in the box, and I got kicked across the back yard. I wanted to experiment to see if it collects more one way, or another.
I suggest those that want to make an Ark, make it in such a way that it can be varied, rewired, and experimented with. As it turned out, using plywood caused a short from the inside to the outside through a knot in the wood. It worked fantastically, but just once until if self destructed. In hind sight, use thick pure white Teflon sheets instead, if you want to make an indestructible version that will not suck up moisture in storage, or fail the same way mine did.
This way nothing changes positions between experiments. Once everything is glued, take a pint of urethane or polyester resin and coat the whole tray evenly, and 22ga wire coils, this will keep everything intact.
Purists making monster coils use up to 50 coats for maximum durability, 7 minimum, you decide where to stop. I chose to attach castors at one end, and feet at the other. Use deck-screws to temporarily hold them in place after holes have been drilled from the outside in, and weld-bond glue has been applied between the surfaces. At this point turn the box upright, get into it, and follow your pilot holes back into the tacked on feet.
Let sit overnight, then, remove the screws that were holding the feet in place. These holes can be filled with resin when its time to line the inside with foil. I decided to use heavy duty tin foil as the conductor. The main reason for this is to keep the costs reasonable. My intent is also to demonstrate this can be done very well for a very reasonable cost.
However, if money is no object silver would be the best material for conducting, copper would be a close second. I used fiberglass polyester resin to glue the foil to the box. I am using common automotive bondo to fill in the plywood. The reasoning behind these choices is adherence, as well as durability and fire proofing. Bondo fill any imperfections, let dry, sand. The mechanics of the capacitor require no airspace between the conductor, and the insulator. Strangely enough, the capacitor has its own secrets. The electricity actually vanishes from one plate, and manifests upon the other.
It cannot be found within the insulator. After the four outsides have been lined properly, use heavy duty aluminum duct tape to join the foil where there is a seem, also along the corners for strength. Trim must be applied before lining the inside. Clamp the precut finished trim of your choice to the corners. Use a depth gage on your drill as to not go right through the trim from the inside out. Freemasonry as a systematic creed with its own myths, values and set of rituals originated in Scotland around and spread first to England and then across the Continent in the eighteenth century.
They fostered new codes of conduct—including a communal understanding of liberty and equality inherited from guild sociability—"liberty, fraternity and equality". One example was the Illuminati founded in Bavaria in , which was copied after the Freemasons, but was never part of the movement. The Illuminati was an overtly political group, which most Masonic lodges decidedly were not.
Masonic lodges created a private model for public affairs. They "reconstituted the polity and established a constitutional form of self-government, complete with constitutions and laws, elections and representatives". In other words, the micro-society set up within the lodges constituted a normative model for society as a whole. This was especially true on the continent: when the first lodges began to appear in the s, their embodiment of British values was often seen as threatening by state authorities.
For example, the Parisian lodge that met in the mid s was composed of English Jacobite exiles. For example, in French lodges the line "As the means to be enlightened I search for the enlightened" was a part of their initiation rites. British lodges assigned themselves the duty to "initiate the unenlightened". This did not necessarily link lodges to the irreligious, but neither did this exclude them from the occasional heresy.
In fact, many lodges praised the Grand Architect, the masonic terminology for the deistic divine being who created a scientifically ordered universe. German historian Reinhart Koselleck claimed: "On the Continent there were two social structures that left a decisive imprint on the Age of Enlightenment: the Republic of Letters and the Masonic lodges". Diderot discusses the link between Freemason ideals and the enlightenment in D'Alembert's Dream, exploring masonry as a way of spreading enlightenment beliefs. The major opponent of Freemasonry was the Roman Catholic Church so that in countries with a large Catholic element, such as France, Italy, Spain and Mexico, much of the ferocity of the political battles involve the confrontation between what Davies calls the reactionary Church and enlightened Freemasonry.
The art produced during the Enlightenment was about a search for morality that was absent from previous art. At the same time, the Classical art of Greece and Rome became interesting to people again, since archaeological teams discovered Pompeii and Herculaneum. This can be especially seen in early American art, where, throughout their art and architecture, they used arches, goddesses, and other classical architectural designs. For up to Descartes The superiority of a sub-iectum Why and how does this claim acquire its decisive authority?
The claim originates in that emancipation of man in which he frees himself from obligation to Christian revelational truth and Church doctrine to a legislating for himself that takes its stand upon itself. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Age of reason disambiguation. Main article: Science in the Age of Enlightenment. Main article: Enlightened absolutism. Main articles: Separation of church and state and Separation of church and state in the United States. Further information: Scottish Enlightenment. Further information: American Enlightenment.
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