Originally posted by supergravity
reply to post by Phage
What I tried to say is that everything has a resonace freq ,as you get closer to it many forms of resistace goes down ;REACTANCE IMPEDANCE and
even PHISICAL resistance like sound waves.
The following is the CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER we are all in ,THIS IS A POSSIBLE FUNCTION FOR HAARP.
Within the last two decades a potential has emerged which was improbable BUT WHICH IS NOW FEASIBLE.
This potential is the TECHNICAL capability to influence DIRECTLY the approximately six billion BRAINS of the human species without meditation through
classical sensory modalities BY GENERATING NEURAL INFORMATION within the physical medium (atmosphere) within wich all members of the species are
THERE IS A DANGER THE HIGHLY TECNICAL CLASS COULD TAKE OVER THE LOWTECH CLASS OF PEOPLE.
NATIONAL SECURITY ALLUMNI
Check this out: indigosociety.com...
110Hz -- A Key To Right Brain Activation?
In the left brain - right brain paradigm, the right brain is viewed as the center for intuitive, artistic, holistic, non linear "thinking". This
article discusses the proposition that chanting in ancient temples was designed to encourage this frequency via its "acoustic friendly"
You should read about the ORACLE CHAMBER of MALTA and HAARP TECH
Science Officer at the Hypogeum, Joseph Farrugia describes unusual sound effects in the UNESCO World Heritage Site:
"There is a small niche in what we call 'The Oracle Chamber', and if someone with a deep voice speaks inside, the voice echoes all over the hypogeum.
The resonance in the ancient temple is something exceptional. You can hear the voice rumbling all over."
As anyone who sings in the shower knows, sound echoing back and amplifying itself from hard walls can do unusual things. That effect is magnified
several times over in the stone chambers. "Standing in the Hypogeum is like being inside a giant bell," says Eneix. "You feel the sound in your bones
as much as you hear it with your ears. It's really thrilling!"
A consortium called The PEAR Proposition: Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research are pioneers in the field of archaeo-acoustics, merging archaeology
and sound science. Directed by Physicist Dr. Robert Jahn, the PEAR group set out in 1994 to test acoustic behavior in megalithic sites such as
Newgrange and Wayland's Smithy in the UK. They found that the ancient chambers all sustained a strong resonance at a sound frequency between 95 and
120 hertz: well within the range of a low male voice.
In subsequent OTSF testing, stone rooms in ancient temples in Malta were found to match the same pattern of resonance, registering at the frequency of
110 or 111 hz. This turns out to be a significant level [right] for the human brain. Whether it was deliberate or not, the people who spent time in
such an environment were exposing themselves to vibrations that impacted their minds.
Sound scientist, Prof. Daniel Talma of the University of Malta explains: "At certain frequencies you have standing waves that emphasize each and other
waves that de-emphasize each other. The idea that it was used thousands of years ago to create a certain trance -- thatâ€™s what fascinates
Dr. Ian A. Cook of UCLA and colleagues published findings in 2008 of an experiment in which regional brain activity in a number of healthy volunteers
was monitored by EEG through different resonance frequencies.
Findings indicated that at 110 hz the patterns of activity over the prefrontal cortex abruptly shifted, resulting in a relative deactivation of the
language center and a temporary switching from left to right-sided dominance related to emotional processing. People regularly exposed to resonant
sound in the frequency of 110 or 111 hz would have been "turning on" an area of the brain that bio-behavioral scientists believe relates to mood,
empathy and social behavior.
A standing wave can carry a thought or destroy a city, depending on the period
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