Ever Burning Lamps” Found In Ancient Tomb?

Often within adventure movies, the household hero will be traversing some deep, dark, ancient corner of our world.  Accompanied by a trusty flaming lantern, a light source, which will often seemingly have an endless fuel supply…


Additionally, the lamps which litter the walls of these elaborate film sets were presumably lit many hundreds, even thousands of years prior to our intrepid explorer’s entry into the ancient boobytrap laden layer. Many perceive these flaming props as mere stage trickery, a subtle showbiz deception, helping with the lighting of often dungeon-esque locations. Amazingly, however, it seems that these apparent ever burning cave lanterns, may have been included, by an astute understanding of as yet, unexplained historical realities. One ancient Egyptian death tradition, a custom rarely shared academically, was the frequent placement of an eternal burning lamp, somewhere inside the sealed chamber. How were Ancients able to produce seemingly ever-burning lamps?

Lamps which could burn apparently without fuel?  Based on overwhelmingly large volumes of reports of their existence… Discoveries in tombs, underground chambers, temples, and many other places dotting the entire earth… It’s hard to see how these amazing light sources could have just been a mere rumor, yet unfortunately, or rather conveniently, not a single lantern is known to exist today for study… At times in human history, before the birth of particular global commercial agendas, inventors and pioneers of many scientific fields, were encouraged, rather than stifled into the investigation into the functioning of such ancient high technologies. During this era, the knowledge and many discoveries of these incredible lamps were openly studied. During the Middle Ages, for example, 170 exploratory, in-depth reports surrounding these astonishing finds were published.

Most stating that they clearly demonstrated a valuable phenomenon. In the year 140, a lamp was discovered in the tomb of Pallas, son of King Evander. This light source had apparently been burning bright for over 2,000 years. Upon an in-depth examination involving a testing of the flames robustness, it could apparently resist all ordinary methods of extinguishment. The only way to extinguish the remarkable flame was to drain off the mysterious liquid, presumably a fuel which had kept it burning for over two millennia. In about 1540, during the Papacy of Paul the third, a burning lamp was found in a tomb in Rome. The tomb belonged to the daughter of Cicero. She died in 44 B.C, meaning This lamp had been burning in the sealed vault for 1,550 years yet it strangely extinguished the moment it left the room. When King Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church in 1534, he ordered the dissolution of monasteries in Britain, many tombs were opened. In Yorkshire, a burning lamp was discovered in a tomb of Constantius Chlorus, father of the Great Constantine.

He died in 300 A.D. which means that this lamp had been happily burning for more than 1,200 years. A wealthy man who died in the 4th century A.D. was discovered within an un-sealed chamber which had A lamp was discovered within that was still burning brightly, based on this highly valuable, elusive, ever burning artefact being present, it has led many to even claim that this tomb belonged to Constantius Chlorus, the father of emperor Constantine. With such overwhelming numbers of reports, reliable testimonies attesting to the existence of these lamps… It’s hard to see how they could just be a product of Hollywood. Regardless, it seems all have successfully been erased from public view, presumably hidden within the chasms of scientific institutions, whose financial insurance policy is, unfortunately, often implicated in the concealment of historical artefactual evidence, Physical objects in direct disagreement with their highly profitable, yet shoddy foundation for scientific direction…

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