Egyptian water clocks.
Look like water fountain's to me.
If you want to call it "air and water behavior" so be it.
The technobabble term I guess is water clocks.
"Dum de dum's" post I look at the second image top left, and see the moon is higher than the sun. Makes me wonder if time runs faster or slower in one of these water clocks depending on location of both.
So sorry for spouting off about water fountain's on a post about "Egyptian Hieroglyphics as Advanced Technological Schematics", try using a computer without a clock ticking away time. Sometimes I cannot think of the technical name for things. " Egyptian water bulb" kept bringing up people holding the " lightbulb drawing". When I finally found the water clock drawings on Google images I realized what they were called.
I thought maybe someone would notice the hourglass shape in my fountain. Maybe notice it acted as a obelisk as well. Funny I had my lapis azula pyramid sitting in plain sight and the small lapis azula obelisk. The Four sides of the pyramid are facing north,south,east,and west.
This image ^^^ is actually not pointing north. The output is facing south.
When I was baptized years ago I remember thinking how long it took to fill that oversized tub and how long for it to drain. And how long to clean it.
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The healing properties of water.
If an individual is magnetized with water this could act as a lens or a sensitivity to cosmic forces. I haven't experimented with that either.
Myself I was thinking about instead of plastic bottles using glass instead. Have to ask my neighbor if he could build it from glass for me. I know if one coil of copper wire is wrapped on the top bottle, the current will travel to a coil wrapped on the second bottle. Just connect one side of the "buzz coil" output to each bottle. I know this works. Just like cement batteries work if you have a gross amount. Why they produce different amounts of current depending on the time of the day is no mystery to me.
Fire needs air. Water blows air on fire. Water puts out fire.
A good servant, but a poor master.
A brew master knows how to TENd his fire to creATE what he desires.
When you die you urinate and soil yourself. So if John the Baptist drown you in a pool of water, that water would get nasty looking in no time flat.
Strange wood heated by fire purifies water. Charcoal.
Pea porridge in a P pot, how many days old?9.
So I milked my cow yesterday and 9 days from then would be the 26th.
I will let you know how my condensed soup turns out. I forgot our conversation about S & P traps was in a message.
We all know they figured out how to irrigate water.
Apparently in a timely matter.