posted on Apr, 4 2009 @ 10:15 PM
According to many researchers of Ed Leedskalnin (creator of Rockgate Park and author of 'Magnetic Current', published 1945) and my own research as
well, he did use cymatics in his sol'n to 'anti-gravity'. I believe he used it as a form of feedback to find if he'd hit the correct frequency of
EM pulses in the object to 'levitate' it, and also to check if the object was charged enough. There's more to it, but I think that's the
connection with cymatics.
He's right though, you should study ancient Egyptian artwork, specifically Nefertari. It's there. Just gotta look at it a bit differently than
most mainstream scholars/archaeolgists have been telling us. You have to do your own research, don't rely on the 'experts'. (Ever heard of the
'Egyptian tuning forks'?)
I could be wrong but I'm about 85-90% sure I know how he did it. Just need some basic resources, a workshop or access to one, and some capital to
offset my time/energy/idea. Anyone want to fund my research?
Seriously though, you'd have to sign an NDA first.
Many of the non-manmade crop circles are telling us the nature of these things and much more. They're giving us signs of what/where to look for.
It's unfortunate that modern academia doesn't take it more seriously... or maybe they do (without giving credit to the real sources of their
inspirations/'ideas' all the while not having to admit they fudged up a bit).
The multiverse is
a song, just gotta play the right harmonies in the right key with the right instruments.
BTW, don't know if it's been mentioned but those morphologies are 2 dimensional representations of a 3 dimensional phenomenon. Keep that in mind.