Imagine if you will, a world without the Ark of the Covenant. The effects of this single “demiurgic” device is astounding! Human history and origins have been impacted by alien intervention and alien technology. Alien factions have given knowledge and weaponry to their human proxies. Ancient global mariners and their megalithic technology sailed around the globe. Could the Ark of the Covenant be an example of alien technology that fell into human hands? The Philosopher’s Stone, Holy Grail, and Ark of the Covenant are examples of “demiurgic” technology. How did the Israelites came to acquire the Ark of the Covenant and who are they? The origins and function of the Great Pyramid, built by the ancient mariners to house the power source that was later put into the Ark is beyond belief. Let's look at the short and long term view of the future based on the visible and occult trends pushing us toward various singularities.
Tom Montalk is an author, researcher, and musician dedicated to empowering others with practical esoteric wisdom and technical knowledge. His published works include an extensive website and the books "Fringe Knowledge for Beginners" and "Discerning Alien Disinformation."
Tom was born in 1980 in central Germany. In early childhood, an onslaught of paranormal phenomena and harrowing alien encounters taught him that reality was full of strange and challenging mysteries. At age twelve he obtained a library card and began reading all everything he could find on ufology and spirituality. He also became interested in fringe physics and suppressed inventions after stumbling upon recurring references to alien propulsion systems in ufology literature.
After majoring in physics and electrical engineering for several years, Tom left university to pursue a more independent path of knowledge. Combining his research and personal experiences with those of others, he now dedicates his life to solving the deepest riddles of metaphysics, gnosticism, ufology, hyperdimensional physics, and spiritual warfare. He strives to communicate his findings in a clear and concise manner so that as many people as possible can put such knowledge into practice.