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Then, we also have the case of the Acoustic Levitation of stones in Tibet. Where monks used Instruments and mathematic calculations to levitate stones up through the air, up giant mountains. www.bibliotecapleyades.net...
Repelling magnetic forces are produced by the interaction of a flux-concentrated magnetic field (produced by permanent magnets or electromagnets) with an inductively loaded closed electric circuit. When one such element moves with respect to the other, a current is induced in the circuit. This current then interacts back on the field to produce a repelling force. These repelling magnetic forces are applied to magnetically levitate a moving object such as a train car. The power required to levitate a train of such cars is drawn from the motional energy of the train itself, and typically represents only a percent or two of the several megawatts of power required to overcome aerodynamic drag at high speeds.
Originally posted by RandalFlagg
reply to post by WinnieDaWho
Do you reckon the Wally Wallington technique could be used to have moved these:
the approximate weight of this stone is 1158.696 tons. Three other smaller stones under 'The Grand Terrace' of the temple itself are also estimated to weigh from between 750 and 1,000 tons each (9), and there are several other colossal stones to be seen around the great 'Temple of the Sun' at Ba'albek. The stones were cut from red granite. All the large stones used for the temple of the sun at Ba'albek were quarried from the same location, and taken over half a mile uphill to build the great temple.
The Ramesseum, Egypt
Only fragments of the base and torso remain of the colossal statue of the enthroned Ramasses, (19m high and weighing around 1000 tons). The stone for the statue was transported 170 miles over land from Aswan to Thebes. This would have once been the largest statue (except statues carved in situ) in the world.
Poulnabrone Portal Tomb
Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, megalithic monuments, Karst limestone, in a field East of Ballyvaughan, Ireland
I dont know how much this last megalith weighs but im baffles as to how they got that rock on top of the others!
Anyway interesting thread!
Originally posted by Wolfenz
Well I wonder if Spielberg knew something was up when he made Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind
Maybe the Egyptians Used something like the Tibetan Singing Bowls, Gongs,Monochord, & Koto With Magnets, Sand, Electricity , Cymetics ? You tube it
The Egyptian Speaking Staff is it for the Use of a Acoustic Cymatic levitation ! ? or to call out to the slaves ?
Originally posted by sir_slide
reply to post by WinnieDaWho
Sorry for the delay, I just looked him up, amazing how he does this. What i don't understand is that this is not more widely known or put forward as a possible theory. There may be many techniques used around the world for moving and guiding stones, maybe different cultures used different techniques. thanks for the reply again
Originally posted by sir_slide
reply to post by Wolfenz
Whoa great post! Cymatics, very relevant to all of this, I think possibly used in conjunction with other methods, or even for a specific purpose in the process that cymatics could be practically applied to move large oobjects.
It's interesting that you mentioned Pythagoras, I have been reading about the Carnac stones recently, when viewed from the air it was revealed that they lay in patterns, most notably they contained Pythagorean triangles. Carnac is also in a very interesting spot when viewed through the ley line theory. How did neolithic people know of Pythagorean theory??
Nice work on the magnetic levitation system patent. I will have to do more reading and get back with some better info. Thanks for the reply, greatly appreciated.
The British Museum’s collections database counts 30,943 "tablets" in the entire Nineveh library collection, and the Trustees of the Museum propose to issue an updated catalog as part of the Ashurbanipal Library Project. If all smaller fragments that actually belong to the same text are deducted, it is likely that the "library" originally included some 10,000 texts in all. The original library documents however, which would have included leather scrolls, wax boards, and possibly papyri, contained perhaps a much broader spectrum of knowledge than that known from the surviving clay tablet cuneiform texts.
Pergamum was home to a library said to house approximately 200,000 volumes, according to the writings of Plutarch. Built by Eumenes II and situated at the northern end of the Acropolis, it became one of the most important ancient libraries. Legend has it that Mark Antony later gave Cleopatra all of the 200,000 volumes at Pergamum for the Library at Alexandria as a wedding present, emptying the shelves and ending the dominance of the Library at Pergamum. No index or catalog of the holdings at Pergamum exists today, making it impossible to know the true size or scope of this collection. Historical accounts claim that the library possessed a large main reading room, lined with many shelves. An empty space was left between the outer walls and the shelves to allow for air circulation. This was intended to prevent the library from becoming overly humid in the warm climate of Anatolia and can be seen as an early attempt at library preservation. Manuscripts were written on parchment, rolled, and then stored on these shelves. A statue of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, stood in the main reading room.  Parchment
Originally posted by CIAGypsy
Love the Coral Castle.... I spent some time studying it and Leedskalnin's theories several years ago. Most of his "theories" on gravity did not make much sense or translate into scientific information that was in a usable format. However, one very interesting note about Leedskalnin is that the man had like a 2nd grade education or something. Very impressive that he could "figure out" and create this property that was 80 years ahead of its time.
As for how I think he did it....as a scientist, my theory is that he used resonance and frequency. "Sound" is simply a matter of vibration. Think of the glass that breaks when a soprano hits a certain octave. The glass molecules have a natural frequency at which they vibrate and stay in a composed state. When a sound is produced that matches that natural frequency, it causes the glass molecules to vibrate. Too much vibration and the glass will shatter and energy is released.
So, now apply this principle on a bigger scale.
Check out this link for more on this type of theory.
The physical principle behind magnetic levitation is that all diamagnetic objects magnetically polarize when immersed in a strong magnetic field. In the presence of a strong magnetic field gradient, parallel to the polarizing field, the diamagnetic sample experiences a magnetic force. Orienting this force opposite to the gravitational force can lead to no net force on the object; thus, levitation occurs (Fig 1).