The Manna Machine: The Strange Alien Machine That Produced Food For Desert People In Ancient Times

The manna machine was a potentially lethal contraption. Some conspiracy theorists believe the reactor that powered the engine was brought in the Ark of the Covenant.

The book of Exodus in the Jewish Bible relates how the Jewish people suffered as slaves in Egypt. Then, about the 14th century BC, the Pharaoh, fearing an increase in population, ordered the execution of all Jewish firstborn children born in Egypt. To save her son, a mother placed him in a basket and set him adrift on the Nile.

This boy was discovered by the Pharaoh’s family, who named him Moses and reared him as their own. Moses recognized his true identity as an adult and petitioned PharaohPharaoh to liberate the Jews. When Pharaoh refused, Moses assisted the Jews in fleeing.

Historians believe Moses and his followers crossed the Red Sea on their way to the Sinai desert. God was enraged with the Jews for worshiping idols, according to ancient writings, and made them wander in the desert for 40 years until they arrived in Israel.

Because there were so many people and so little greenery, as well as the fact that it was a desert, they were inevitably left with few provisions. God intervened at this point and provided manna from heaven.

According to the Bible, the Jews survived on a single source of nourishment during the time period: manna. But what exactly is manna?

The Jewish Bible does not go into great detail about manna, but another ancient Jewish text does. Manna was delivered by something termed “the ancient of days,” according to the Zohar. But what were these “good old days”?

Tsoukalos, Giorgio (Ancient Aliens):

“The text mentions brains of various sizes and faces of various sizes linked by various tubes. There were also several light sources. When I look at it from a modern standpoint, what the Zohar describes is not necessarily a holy person, but rather a form of machine.”

Intrigued by this information, two electrical engineers designed the manning machine using descriptions of “the ancient of days.” Rodney Dale (The Manna Machine co-author): This is a key diagram of the manna machine we created from the writings.

For example, the number (1) is referred to as the “mouth,” but it is actually the air intake that leads to what is referred to as the “breath of life” (2). The air goes through this tube, which is referred to as the “brain of the elderly,” but it is actually a condenser (3).

We were able to assess the relative positions and build the specified machine by following these descriptions. Finally, we discovered that it was biochemically viable.

The moist morning air was collected by the machine and condensed on the component of the contraption that resembled a dome. It was then combined with seaweed. The seaweed was given an energy boost to help it grow faster. The point was created in a tiny nuclear reactor, which produced the required heat and light.

The manna machine was a potentially lethal contraption. Some conspiracy theorists believe the reactor that powered the engine was brought in the Ark of the Covenant.

Tsoukalos, Giorgio (Ancient Aliens):

“According to the Bible, anyone who approaches the Ark of the Covenant and does not know how to operate it will be promptly murdered.” And, after discovering the ark, several people began to lose their nails and hair. This is evidence of radiation poisoning related to the Ark of the Covenant. As a result, the Ark of the Covenant held the extraterrestrial equipment entrusted to the Jews during their 40-year desert wandering.”

The manna machine was thought to provide an extremely nutritious kind of green algae as a food source. This is yet another notion spawned by modern science. Green chlorella seaweed is being farmed in tanks. It nourishes and sustains those who live in confined spaces, such as astronauts. Analyses have also revealed that only the intake of chlorella algae can sustain human life for long periods of time.

Where did the Jews get the manna machine if their existence relied on it? Some believe they took it from the Egyptians (however, that does not explain its origin). Others believe it was given to them as a benevolent gesture to prevent famine in the desert by extraterrestrials.

Some theorists say it is improbable to have been constructed on Earth. Many people, however, think that they are of extraterrestrial origin, developed by an intelligent culture in space.

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