Piezoelectric basins for acoustic levitation discovered in megalithic complexes

(ORDO NEWS) — The many strikingly beautiful monuments of the Giza Plateau along the Nile River in Egypt exhibit a surprisingly accurate set of engineering features and psychoacoustic effects that indicate that an ancient network of biorhythmic synchronization once functioned on a global scale.

Predating the pharaonic dynasty by several thousand years, this global pyramid culture was a technologically advanced Sanskrit world nation that used these giant crystalline structures to synchronize the pineal gland, hypothalamus, and pituitary gland with the beating of the human heart in temples and sacred sites around the world.

The striped hooded headdress of the Great Sphinx is reminiscent of the hood of the Kundalini cobra, an animal that can also be seen emerging from the third eye, or the ajna chakra of the female figure.

These are unmistakable Sanskrit symbols and biorhythmic synchronization technologies, which were later preserved in the monumental psychoacoustic architecture, hieroglyphic writing and cosmology of the Sumerian, Egyptian and Mayan civilizations.

The bioelectrical stimulation of cellular metabolism, incorporated in the constructions of the pyramids, ensured the cleansing and rejuvenation of the body with the help of a special, lighter form of water.

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Egyptologist and tour guide Abdel Hakim Auyan, local keeper of wisdom on the Giza Plateau, revealed ancient knowledge about the fundamental aspects of these amazing ancient structures.

Hakim’s defiant commentary on modern scholars’ misconceptions about the ancient stone structures of the Nile region was featured in the documentary The Pyramid Code, directed by Dr. Carmen Boulter, a professor at the University of Calgary.

In this documentary, Hakim reveals several points, including the advanced nature of the psychoacoustic and biorhythmic effects of these ancient Sanskrit monuments, which have been erroneously attributed to the “Egyptian” civilization:

In 1936, 1937, the Sphinx was covered up to its throat with sand; it was my work site – there were tunnels that I walked through and sometimes even crawled because they are narrow.

In Abu Ghurab we have a crystal altar, a round disk in the center of four radial lines – the symbol “hotep”, and the word “hotep” means peace and food. This round disk is the cap of a shaft, about 180 feet deep to the level of the ocean, and the water is still flowing there, and you can feel it when you are in this place.

These giant concave quartz instruments were not found in a row, as they are today, nine of them were found throughout the area, and more are to be found. We also have the oldest obelisk created in Egypt.

Next to this altar is what is left of… a hieroglyphic script, i.e. a Sufi script, on an obelisk… depicting the disc of the Sun, and the words that speak of the Heart of the Sun: “i-bra”…

Near the northwestern corner of the remnants of the giant obelisk at Abu Ghurab, limestone basins have also been found, each of which has an identical shape and carefully traced round concavities at the bottom.

The view of the square blocks from above reflects the ancient Sanskrit mandala of a circle within a square, while the strict adherence to geometry and the identical shapes of many pools hide a complex mechanical purpose, which neither modern Egyptologists nor independent researchers have yet been able to determine.

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These numerous stone pools have remained a mystery to many generations of modern Egyptologists, who claim that the pools were used to collect blood during ritual sacrifices.

Although no traces of blood were found on any of the stone pools, this hypothesis is further complicated by the fact that the three holes are located at the top edge of the pool, and not at the bottom.

This feature indicates that the holes were not designed to release the blood of animals placed in huge pools, but were used to fill the pools with water. But if pools are filled without a drain hole, where does the water go?

Huge quartz basins were designed with a single hole centered on each of the four sides of the square tool bases, while comparable limestone examples show three machine-drilled holes on only one side of the square blocks.

In addition, the diameters of the bowls appear to be the same, suggesting that they were part of a large mass that once surrounded the pyramids and was later assembled into groups by the Egyptian authorities for modern public display.

The uniform dimensions and curvature of many of the stone bowls, with perfectly rendered geometric shapes, give the impression that they were mass-produced through molding processes rather than quarried and carved in a solid state.

The abundance of evidence for this fact was ignored for almost 30 years by most of the scientific community, despite being published in scientific journals.

Research into geopolymers by Dr. Yakov Davidowitz confirms the lower density of the limestone blocks of the Great Pyramid, showing that they were synthetically cast using a concrete mortar that has a completely different composition than all limestone deposited in nature.

The pyramid’s massive limestone blocks contain an exotic admixture of CT opal, hydroxyapatite, and silico-aluminates, which enhance the limestone’s natural ability to convert all atmospheric acoustic energy into electrical current within the crystals, inducing a strong electromagnetic field around the pyramid’s structures and inside its passageways and chambers.

The low density and exotic mineral composition of the limestone pools may be indicative of their synthetic nature, while the quartz pools show drilling marks suggesting they were quarried.

The modular nature of the blocks suggests that they were distributed around the pyramids as part of the original enclosure that once surrounded each of the three pyramids on the Giza plateau.

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The particular and exclusive use of piezoelectric calcite and quartz crystals for the construction of the pyramids themselves and the great pools that once surrounded them in great numbers is due to their ability to focus and amplify acoustic waves.

Mechanical bending occurs in quartz and calcite crystals in the form of a uniform structural deformation that generates standing waves in the crystal lattice of stones, ultimately creating a strong electromagnetic field that allows acoustic levitation to occur.

The high-walled, courtyard-like enclosure housed the energy waters that local indigenous wisdom traditions identified as Lake Hathor.

The waters of the lake were absorbed by the porous limestone of the pyramids and provided a direct electrical connection with groundwater and, thus, with the world’s oceans.

The Pyramid Texts of Saqqara accurately describe this absorption of water by stones, stating that “the foundation of the pyramids is stones, water…”.

The hieroglyphic inscription on the obelisk at Abu Ghurab reads “Heart of the Sun”, referring to the piezoelectric transmission by the pyramid network of the infrasonic resonance of the Sun at a frequency of 1.45 Hz of the human heart at rest. Were the pyramids responsible for regulating global heart rhythms and weather patterns?

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The infrasonic stimulation of solar flare activity has been correlated with river flow and precipitation. Could it be that the pyramids were designed to increase the evaporation of the atmosphere through heartbeat resonance?

The highly resonant form of hydrogen is called protium, the lightest isotope of hydrogen known for its powerful rejuvenating effects, in stark contrast to the cellular aging caused by heavy water.

The levitation of water using solar-induced infrasonic resonance separates the lighter protium water molecules from the heavier isotopes of deuterium and tritium (top).

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Acoustic engineers have developed small concave piezoelectric transducers to generate standing waves for acoustic levitation. With the help of ultrasound, both water and small living organisms (for example, a beetle, see above) levitated, and the ancients used giant low-frequency transducers.

During the conquest of the Americas, historian Garcilaso de la Vega documented the destruction of gigantic granite bowls at Inca sites in the Andes, the diameter of which exceeded the height of two people.

Concave granite bowls have also been found in the passage chambers of Knowth, Dowth and Newgrange in Ireland. As in the case of the chambers of the pyramids, vapors of light water were also emitted in the megalithic chambers of the world.

The piezoelectric properties and perfectly formed concavities of large ancient stone basins confirm their suitability as precision instruments for acoustic levitation, and their cultural context tells us that water levitated.

This conclusion is also directly supported by the cosmology of the ancient Mayan and Aztec stepped pyramid cultures, which in the Codex Pyramids of Fire are very clear about the separation of terrestrial and celestial waters – referring to the resonant solar infrasonic separation of pure protium from low-resonance isotopes of deuterium and tritium:

Chalchiutliku, Goddess of the earth’s waters, that which flows, runs, boils, forward and down…

Chalchiuhtlicue fills a gourd with pulque so that a person can forget…

Tlaloc, god of the heavenly waters… god of the mist rising from the valleys at dawn…

Tlaloc is the return of steam that seeks to rise, it is the return of time that seeks to remember.”

Longevity and cellular rejuvenation were ensured by drinking light water in the resonant infrasonic environment of the pyramid chambers. The base length of the Aztec Pyramid of Teotihuacan closely matches the base length of the Great Pyramid of 765 feet to transmit infrasonic standing waves at the heart rate.

Hakim Auyan defines the resonant functions of the Nile pyramids as acoustic diagnostics and healing, according to ancient information.

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In Saqqara… is the famous “Step Pyramid” of Djoser… king of the 3rd Dynasty, circa 2900 BC, according to the books. The Step Pyramid is located in a large courtyard that is much, much older than the pyramid itself. You can compare for yourself – if you look at the pyramid and look at the wall (of the courtyard) you will see the difference…

Now I’m going to take you to a “hospital” acoustically designed for sound healing… This line of construction where you see like three chambers is what’s left of the House of the Spirit and it’s a sound healing system.

This is a medical examination table, and the patient has the right to use either side of the stairs, one on the right, the other on the left, so he must follow his own “antenna” to go up there and choose the point where he should stand, because each point is associated with diagnostic test chamber.

We have 22 of these cells, 11 on each side – there is no ceiling – and when you go inside, you see a niche in which the doctor lowers his head to see what is the matter with the patient lying on this table; and it works with sound, and the sound source is running water in the tunnel under this table.

Scholars say that these structures… in Dashur are tombs associated with a king named Seneferu… Now when you get to the word “Seneferu” – sen means “double”, nefer means “harmony”, so what does that mean “double harmony”.

This is not the name of a person – but this is the energy that we receive from these structures! A bent pyramid has two different chambers to produce two different sounds.”

Auyang’s training and intuitive understanding of the acoustic therapies practiced in the pyramids is clearly linked to the concept of dual frequency resonance in the human voice range, allowing the brain to synchronize.

Known as the binaural beat, this effect is at the heart of the ancient Sanskrit tradition of kundalini, which originated in the pre-Ediluvian mother culture of Atlantis and is preserved in Egyptian art.

Kundalini cobras adorn the House of the Spirit at Saqqara (above), indicating an older Sanskrit-Atlantean origin of the megalithic structure and a later construction of a stepped pyramid within it, as understood and reported by the indigenous elders.

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The dimensions of the diagnostic chambers of the House of the Spirit are calibrated to resonate at two offset frequencies in the baritone voice range, which generate a difference tone, or beat frequency, in the rhythm of the human heart beating at 1.45 Hz.

Thus, a biorhythmic resonance was established and maintained between the ancient Vedic healer and the patient. The healers placed their heads in small niches opposite the diagnostic platforms located at the key points of the architecture, which allowed the healer to remotely perceive the patient’s doshic imbalance.

These exposed, high-walled piezoelectric structures were used for healing practices in conjunction with other chambers under the Spirit House itself, as well as in the inner chambers of the pyramids and on distant megalithic monuments, in accordance with the octagonal axes of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

This single resonant Vedic healing system has been applied to all the sacred places of the world, which constitute a vast global network designed to increase human lifespan. The resonant pumping of liquids through the human body reflected the resonant evaporation of a huge amount of light water into the atmosphere.

Light water levitated into the sky from the arrays of large concave stone transducers surrounding the walled hulls, as well as from the surface waters of Lake Hathor and the River Nile, to spread in a dome of light over the numerous foci of infrasonic standing waves.

Light water vapor ignited in the form of giant luminous HHO plasma plumes that rose into the sky above the pyramids in bright swirling patterns, as depicted in the Mayan Tree of Life frescoes at Teotihuacan.

The ultraviolet and infrared beams from the HHO plasma were supposed to cause the white limestone body of the Great Pyramid to glow bright white due to the ultraviolet fluorescence of the calcite microcrystals.

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Along with high-resonance waters, the bioelectric enhancement of cellular functions made it possible to increase the life expectancy of those who led a sacred barefoot lifestyle within the walls of the temple.

This form of spiritual metabolism, based on the impact on the body of weak electric currents and strong electromagnetic fields, is directly designated by the concept of “hotep”, which Dr. Auyan defines as “peace and food.”

The resonant synchronization of the heartbeat of the entire globe provides a telepathic connection that creates peaceful human relationships as hearts and minds connect in resonance. This concept of the world is reflected in the term “Arc of the Covenant”, denoting the global biorhythmic “agreement” of telepathy.

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The deep heartbeat emanating from the Pyramids of Giza resounded loudly in various ranges of resonant focal points throughout the world network based on a quadratic function [ zn+1 = zn2 ].

The distance from Giza to the Irish sacred sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth is 10.0% of the mean circumference of the Earth (24,892 miles).

Stonehenge, England, is 9.0% away from Giza, and the sacred stone temples of Teotihuacan, Mexico, and Machu Picchu, Peru are located exactly at resonant 30.0% and 30.9% Fibonacci distances from Giza. These ideal distance relationships are indicative of a systematic global alignment.

The Temple of Isis at Philae was designed with very similar psycho-acoustic architectural features, including a small granite altar just in front of a small cubic niche built into the wall.

Both of these elements are engraved with a design of a sacred cross, which in the Nile region is called the Philae cross (and also the Coptic cross, the Rose cross, etc.) and which exactly corresponds to the Prime Cross spherical rendering, (comparison above), created using a two-dimensional octagonal quantum models by Dr. A. Jadzik.

This spherical resonance formula has also been depicted in the form of some of the crop circles.


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