“If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy,
frequency and vibration.”
― Nikola Tesla
Before we begin I'll need to apologize upfront to those of you who are unable to view or listen to the videos presented. This is a Video reliant
themed thread. I'll be posting various forms of Audio/Video links as part of the presentation. Sorry, but there is just no way around this considering
Let's start with our Solar system. Apparently, it's not as silent as we were lead to believe. Sure they may not be "Audible" to the human ears but
that doesn't mean they do not Vibrate, have Frequencies or may have some sort of impact or influence on/over us...
John Stuart Reid's hypothesis that explains the giant hexagonal cloud formation on Saturn as cymatic geometry created by a sub-E.L.F. (Extremely
Low Frequency) sonic source
Personal request, I'd like those who are reading this to please listen to some wise words from somebody I've admired for quite some time. It's great
advise about keeping ones mind open to other possibilities and realities...
Physicists reported this week the discovery of a jewel-like geometric object that dramatically simplifies calculations of particle
interactions and challenges the notion that space and time are fundamental components of reality...
"The puzzle ever since their discovery has been how do the particles get accelerated up to nearly the speed of light?"
Newly released research has identified the existence of a giant cosmic accelerator above the Earth--a natural space "synchrotron accelerator"
Interesting but how is that possibly relevant? Let's welcome the world of conjecture and speculation and begin a journey into the past. What if the
Ancient somehow had knowledge of these things science is just now coming to grips with?
For example, the great pyramid, some say it's just a tomb, others feel it had other purposes like, a Time capsule, or ancient store house of wisdom,
maybe even still hidden chambers. Well we do know many things about the Pyramid. For some of us the verdict is still out on how and more importantly
why it was built to the extreme precision it was.
Kind of puts this into a whole new perspective...
I'm of the idea that if there is something to this either physically, spiritually or any sort of benefit simply listening to such sounds/frequency is
not enough. One would probably have to immerse themselves in it.
I've often wondered *If true* If the fleeing Hebrews didnt actually steal the now infamous "Ark" which was stored/housed in the supposed sarcophagus
within the Great Pyramid that was used as a power source/ancient communication device? Which later the Hebrews after making their get away built the
Temple of Solomon to house it in?
Why else would Pharaoh bother with chasing a bunch of trouble makers?
Did the Ancients know and use this type of technology? If they did, maybe we could put some of the pieces together here in this thread. I'll start by
saying that I'm not 100% sure of anything, if anything at all, I'm simply asking questions and posting some possible dots that may or may not fit
together. As always you the readers should decide for yourselves...
Did the Ancients use sound for any number of reasons?
British researchers, reporting in the journal Time & Mind: the Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, may have cracked the mystery of why
the builders of Stonehenge chose to haul some of its giant Bluestones 320 km away from Wales to Salisbury Plain.
According to local legend, the Bluestones possess magical and healing properties.
Now, I don't completely agree with everything Christopher Dunn has presented but he does point out some
rather interesting little known finds in the Great Pyramid of Giza.
He presented the following images in support of his theory. If, they did use some sort of Tesla type coil/resonator then the scorch marks may have a
viable explanation. Now, if true maybe we are simply seeing "Science" discovering something that is presently forgotten to us but was known to the
Ancients based on a scientific principle we in the modern world have not fully explored yet?
Let's assume the Great pyramid was some sort of "accession" chamber or possibly a physical "rejuvenation" mechanism. The latter may explain how in the
time before the Egyptian "Pharaohs" the Original Kings in Zep Tepi supposedly
like the Sumerian and Judea/Christian beliefs in that at the earliest periods "Those mighty men who were of old, men of renown" lived for such a long
period of time?
What if it were some sort of accession chamber? Sending the persons essence up into the Earths recently found "Particle accelerator" then off to Orion
or some other distant Galaxy or simply out into space?
Each of our known Sol planets seem
to have their own sort of Aurora...
If the Pyramid was originally able to transfer the ancient Kings essence into some form of frequency/wave/DNA pattern and send him off onto some
journey I wonder what he saw...
So, I've left plenty other possibly related topics such as THE FIBONACCI SEQUENCE or the fact
that the Theory of Relativity and Quantum Physics when combined or taken to the extreme in either direction results in the calculation towards
infinity out for others who are interested to expound upon...
Pretty far out I'll admit, but if life has taught me anything it's that sometimes reality is often much more bizarre than fantasy. Is this even
possible? Who knows. I felt moved to express another one of my "Outside the Box" thoughts. *Before the guys in the white suits come to take me
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This has haunted me since childhood - the secrets of ancient civilizations. I have carried a hunch that geometry is a mundane expression of the
divine somehow, that everything is related through harmonics, proportion and shape. I remember how excited I was to discover that smells are in fact
geometric expressions....our olfactory receptors come in a variety of shapes and sizes which in turn are activated by particles that fit these niches
like keys in a lock, telling us that a certain scent is in the air.
The most exciting thing is of course the possibilities how these things all tie in together. Science is just beginning to understand some of the most
basic of concepts concerning how our universe is put together and what makes it tick. If only our scientists were unleashed to work on these problems
instead of building new toys for the military-industrial complex!
Mankind could begin a new Renaissance, merging the technology of today with that of the ancients.
There is no telling where it could take us and that is what makes it so fascinating.
Thanks for the thought-provoking post Slayer.
This will make wonderful brain fodder to begin the new year with!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours.
PS - Since you mentioned it didn't the Egyptian civilization begin to decline around the time of the Hebrew Exodus? That would add some weight to the
idea the Ark of the Covenant was a source of something exceptional.
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My god, man. I have 3 college degrees, was an officer, a leader, now work in a position where just MY signature allows for 400,000 dollar contracts
to be approved. Yet you create threads that make me feel as if I should be in an adult diaper and having an attendant say, "Now, now beezzer, I
don't care how colorful the crayons make your potty look, you can't eat them."
I can grasp a piece of the puzzle you see so clearly, but I'm still trying to determine if it is a corner piece and does it go on the top right or
An outstanding job, but it is going to take some time for me to contribute something halfway worthy of your thread.
Wow, one of the best posts I've read from you I think, or one I enjoyed the most anyway.
The harder we look the simpler it becomes it seems, I have been a proponent of as above so below for a very long season.
I dare as to say the body we inhabit is not unlike any other and to respect it is to respect all things in our scope of creation.
I once found my self wondering if I wasn't some kind of micro organism or smaller supporting a larger framework of being, in unison with everything
and all that surrounded me, personally I found it very comforting.
Thanks for another very well thought out and laid out post, nice video's
PS - Since you mentioned it didn't the Egyptian civilization begin to decline around the time of the Hebrew Exodus? That would add some weight to
the idea the Ark of the Covenant was a source of something exceptional.
I've read articles, and seen videos where the presenters point out that there was probably some kind of explosion within the great pyramid structure
itself at some point in antiquity. As I understand it, one of the original researchers used dynamite to open it originally? Yet I have not read of
that being a possibility for the damage further in. So it looks like this thread may have stumbled upon a reason for said alleged explosion? What
would happen to the structure?
I don't think the ark was the power source, it's been stated many times that the apparent source of energy was the water ram under the pyramid. So
what would the ark be? A focus perhaps, like a (I hesitate to say it even) 'primitive' targeting computer, or a conductor perhaps? Take the focus
away, and the energy builds until 'POOF'?
In taking your advice I did a quick look and found a refresher on Fibonacci sequences. Interesting spreadsheets created. Taking this a little farther
I would consider the Golden Ratio, Schumann Resonance and any other amazing numbers found in our universe as frequencies for starting points for a
Fibonacci frequency sequence. As an aside the Golden Ratio meets up with the Fibonacci at 8 with a long list of 0s after the decimal point.
No telling what some of those frequencies/vibrations/electromagnetic waves might be useful for. Antigrav, stone cutting who knows. Many tones have
shown usefulness in healing and brainwave entrainment. Much to consider. S&F Slayer for another fine thought provoking essay.
Your starting to see the picture now, or should I say feel.
The convergence of science, and metaphysics is very close indeed.
It's actually interesting to see you digging more and more into metaphysics these days, and I bet it is mind blowing for the people here on ATS that
actually follow you. lmao!
The wonderful thing about metaphysics is that fact that no one can truly quantify it, but the person experiencing the experience. And although people
are interested in hearing how to achieve it there is no right or wrong path to choose, just one that works for each person.
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