"lost secrets of the anchient ark" covers the rediscovery of "the philosophers stone" also called "bread of presence", keystone". It is pictured in egypt as a cone shaped object being offered to a god or phaero. What it is is Gold, or gold powder, white in colour in a Monoatomic state, that is a powder made up of entirley single atoms of gold. Apperantly this is a new or rediscovered state of matter. The outer electron in each atom of this spin opposite ways, one anti and one counter clockwise. This is an "exotic matter" and because of the unique electron spin the effect of gravity on this can vairy. It can weight less than nothing to 400% its own weight depending on conditions. It is produced with very precicley controled electricity although some say it can be made with a wet method. NO one knows exactly what it is, well some elites probably do. It can be traced far back and was always the preserve of the very very important.
when you consume this mono-atomic gold by mouth or injection, it increases the current carrying capacity of the nervous system by ten thousand times. Yes, I take it.
This would allow a person to process fantastic amounts of information like a super computer and when enough has been absorbed it would allow them to consciously move through other dimensions and shapeshift because suddenly the brain is activated to open those vast areas that we do not use in today's world. It aligns the brain cells so they all start talking to each other again.
More than that, if you consume enough of this mono-atomic gold your physical body would become luminous, I'm told, so explaining the ancient accounts of the children of the gods who "shone like the Sun". Mono-atomic gold can be made from regular gold and it can be processed from certain ores, many of which are found in places like Arizona in the United States. This, I suggest, is the true meaning of the references to gold and gold mining in the Sumerian Tablets and not literally mining for normal gold, unless that was done to create the mono-atomic variety.