发表于 2017-1-6 23:11:48
The ancient Egyptian deity Thoth is a god of science, sorcery, and an "accountant" of the dead's earthly deeds. This is the design of his staff: 2- or 3mm copper wire is twisted at the end in the shape of a flat spiral, with 3-4 coils, each 10 cm in diameter'; closer to the handle there are 2 coils of transverse, 3-dimensional spiral, each 5 cm in diameter.
The wire is inserted in the 16-cm-long square-sectioned handle of dense wood, 4 cm thick at base and 1.5 cm thick at its end; the entire staff with the wire is 41 cm long. The narrow end of the handle has 13 deep accordion-shaped cuts.
The staff works even without the wire (albeit not as strongly); the wire is thin and could be of any material but works best if thickly insulated-two layers increases its effect.
If you hold the staff as demonstrated in the picture, the total radiation emanating from the center of the large spiral, perpendicular to its surface, are very well-perceivable by the human palm on both sides.
I never found out for what purpose ancient Egyptians used this "double-beam" emanator.