posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 01:34 PM
Pyramid special red granite of high quartz content, and the lower resonant frequency interest:
The base length of the Great Pyramid informs the fundamental resonant tone created by the structures. Each base side of the pyramids has roughly been
calculated at 760’, creating a fundamental frequency of about 1.5 hz when the pyramids are stimulated into high amplitude. The periodic pulsation of
the pyramids operating at resonance creates a Fibonacci standing waveset centered on the 760’ wavelength bounded by the base of the pyramid. The
angles of the standing waves exactly correspond to the slope of the pyramid’s faces: in the phi angle of 51.85 degrees. This baseline frequency of
1.5 hz has been described as the Tri-thalamic entrainment frequency shown to synchronize the pulsation of the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary gland
into a unified functioning. This frequency is also the lowest frequency of Schumann Resonance, thus the function of the pyramids may indeed be to
shift the fundamental frequency of the Earth down from its fluctuations near 7.3 hz to the tri-thalamic frequency of 1.5 hz.
The internal chambers of the Great Pyramid are constructed of massive rose granite blocks cut with precise right angles and perfectly planed faces,
brought from the nearest granite quarry in Aswan directly to the south. The surface of the stone is covered in a thin glaze of quartz, the main
constituent of granite, which is typical of a stonecutting technique now known as thermal disaggregation. I. Watkins, Professor of Geosciences at St.
Cloud State University in Minnesota, has designed a "Solar powered focusing and directing apparatus for cutting, shaping, and polishing", U.S. Patent
No. 4,611,857 (1986) for the thermal disaggregation of stone. The lightweight unit is a parabolic reflector that focuses only a few hundred watts of
light into a 2mm point capable of melting granite at a 2mm depth upon each slowly repeated pass. The notes of Garcilaso de la Vega have described the
findings of the Conquistadors upon arrival in the Andes, detailing the Incas’ large gold-covered parabolic stone bowls over 10’ in diameter which
were destroyed and processed into ingots. Strong similarities exist between the polygonal stonemasonry of the Andes and the pre-Egyptian Giza region,
specifically the common surface glazing of quartz and perfectly rendered complex geometries, suggesting an identical advanced solar technology was
used in the complex stoneworks.
Rose granite was used in the construction of the internal chambers because of its resonant properties. The quartz matrix of the granite stones is like
a hall of mirrors with billions of parallel faces reflecting energy. The effect of this encasement in granite is that the airspaces can be given
harmonic dimensions to specify the wavelengths, which will resonate through the formation of standing waves. The dimensions of the upper chamber
reflect a 1:2 ratio, allowing standing waves of interger multiples to store acoustic energy. Acoustical engineer J. Reid carried out acoustic
experiments revealing the resonant frequency of the upper chamber to be 121 hz. Resonance in the upper chamber’s granite box (erroneously dubbed the
"sarcophagus") was found at 117 hz. The interaction of these slightly offset resonant frequencies was most strongly felt while inside the granite box,
creating a resounding beat frequency that closely matches the human heartbeat. Reid’s subsequent research into human heartbeat rhythms revealed that
the beats recorded in the granite box matched exactly those of newborn infants. As the heart rhythms of an individual change over the course of its
development, an adult’s heartbeat may be entrained through the acoustic beating of the granite box to imitate the heart rate of an infant. The most
astounding aspects of Reid’s work in the Great Pyramid involved cymatic experiments which are best described in his own words, revealing the tonal
origin of heiroglyphic symbols.
Perhaps what is most interesting per these granite blocks, with nice quartz finish, is that type effect will make the piezoelectric effect much
greater than that from just granite rocks. That technique appears to be one that would grow a single crystalline outer surface and would be
somewhat like the methods of growing single crystals of germanium or silicon for semiconductors these days using induction furnace methods.
edit on 14-2-2012 by MagnumOpus because: Advanced Stone cutting