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The legends of many nations talk about how famous cyclopean structures (the pyramids of Egypt and South America, Indian temples and the like buildings). If you want to, believe it, but if you want to, no, but it turns out that stone blocks in construction time they themselves floated through the air. These legends are usually in attention is not accepted by anyone. You never know what they could fantasize people who lived in those immemorial times. In reality, rather in all, hundreds or even thousands of slaves harnessed themselves to special skating rinks and with shouts like “hey, we’ll shoot them”, lumps were pulled to the construction site – sometimes tens and hundreds of kilometers from the quarries. Thinks so the vast majority of modern researchers.
Okay, let the Egyptians, Incas, Aztecs, Indians and other peoples stones weighing 5, 10, 100 and more tons were dragged on their hump distance from one to 100 kilometers. But as the builders of the temple in Was Baalbeke (Lebanon) going to move a thousand-ton stone block? This block, or South Stone, remained in the quarry at 10 minutes walk from the temple, however, modern technology cannot even a similar block to budge.
How it was supposed to be pulled – is it also possible with the help of rollers, ropes and pushing crowbars? Probably still meant other methods. Here, they say, in the Indian village of Shivapur near the city of Pune, which is 200 kilometers from Bombay, in the courtyard of the local the temple is a stone weighing 62.5 kilograms. During the day prayer 11 monks surround the stone and begin to chant the name saint in whose honor the temple was built. When chanting on a certain note reaches the peak of sound, worshipers raise a stone, each with one finger.
Having stopped singing, people jump to the side, and a stone block with crashing to the ground! Perhaps this will not seem miraculous to someone, after all, one finger has a load of only 5.682 kilogram, and therefore to do such a trick, it seems, is not difficult. Well. then you can try it yourself. As the author of this articles and four of his classmates, including a fragile young girl. And it was like that. One student weighing 100 kilograms, sat on a chair. The rest intended to raise a friend, failing index fingers under his knees and under his armpits. First try failed, then the four “weightlifters” held for 10-15 seconds palms above the seated head, and their well-fed pal instantly and easily raised to the length of outstretched arms!
It turned out to be so unexpected that the “subject” almost dropped it. The year was 1982, Moscow, a break between lectures in the evening technical school. Naturally, no prayers and chants occurred, and the load in this case averaged 12.5 kilograms for every finger! If the author himself did not participate in this experiment, he would never have believed that such a thing is possible. Behind the past years have somehow failed to repeat the focus, but if anyone try to reproduce it, be careful – you can keep a person on weight only a few seconds!
In the early 1930s, Swedish aircraft engineer Henry Kjelson watched in Tibet how monks erected a temple on a 400-meter high rock meters. The stone – with a diameter of about one and a half meters – was touched yak to a small horizontal platform located on 100 meter distance from the cliff. Then the stone was dumped in a pit, corresponding to the size of the stone and a depth of 15 centimeters. At 63 meters from the pit (the engineer accurately measured all the distances) stood 19 musicians, and after them – 200 monks, located on the radial piniyam – a few people each. The angle between the lines was five degrees. The stone lay at the center of this build.
The musicians had 13 big drums suspended on wooden beams and facing the sounding surface to the pit with a stone. Between the drums, six large metal pipes, also directed to the pit with bells. Near each pipe stood two musicians blowing into it in turn. By the whole team was playing loudly for a special team, and choir of monks – sing in unison. And so. as Henry Kjelson said, four minutes later, when the sound reached its maximum, the boulder in the pit began to swing by itself and suddenly flew off along a parabola straight to the top of the cliff! In this way, according to Henry’s story, monks lifted five or six huge boulders to the temple under construction each hour!
What is the trick?
Being an engineer, and also an aviation engineer. Kjelson tried explain the incredible phenomenon in terms of common sense. Henry I perfectly understood that when studying something out of the ordinary every little thing is important. Those associated with aviation know that very often it’s little things “paid for by the lives of pilots and passengers. Kjelson took measurements of all distances – from the pit to the cliff, from the pit to standing musicians and monks and so on and got numbers, all multiples of the number “PI”, as well as the proportion of the golden ratio and the number 5,024 – the work of “PI” and the golden ratio. The stone was in the center of the circle formed by the orchestra and the monks who sent sound vibrations to the pit – a reflector of these vibrations. Eyes and raised a boulder by 400 meters!
Sounds grew smoothly (four minutes, or 240 seconds), were quite beautiful, and vibrations – harmonious. As a result, such a creative effect. It is creative – after all, it was conducted building a holy temple! The stone flew up a parabola – at first he walked almost vertically (vibrations, reflected from rocks, did not allow the boulder to approach it), then he started deviate towards the top. Closer to the cliff there was less the number of monks on the lines of radii, therefore, fluctuations and their reflections were weaker, and to the top their number in general began to fall sharply, and the stone, following the path of the smallest Resistance, it’s just got to the place of erection of the sanctuary! Quite it is likely that in the same way the ancient builders of the pyramids and other global structures moved heavy blocks to significant distances and great heights.
First – move!
How and why in the early 30s, the Swedish aircraft engineer ended up in Tibet is unknown. Tools for measures Kjelson had pretty primitive – manual goniometer, tape measure and on a hand or pocket watch, but hardly with a stopwatch. Oscillation frequency1 Swede could not fix but six trumpets, 13 drums and a choir of 200 people should have been deafening, especially in the mountains. So their Kielson did draw conclusions. Since then, he and everyone who found out from him this story, they decided that playing and singing is still better than drag boulders onto an almost sheer cliff. Then kielson recalled that the role of the “first violin” in the Tibetan he saw “The lift system was clearly played by pipes.
Their roar was almost continuous, because it’s no accident for every there were two trumpeters – they replaced each other so that take a rest. The drums and the choir could create some kind of -corridor-well “, along which the stone flew up, simultaneously they seemed to support him at the moments of the change of trumpeters. Well-coordinated the actions of pipes, drums and chorus were most needed in the very at the beginning – to lift the boulder from the ground.
It’s been known for a long time that the main efforts are made then, when you shift something heavy. Well, then – “eh, green, she’ll do it herself! ”This could be finished. But one question remained unanswered: as in our technical school – without prayers, music and singing – three guys and a girl easily raised to the index fingers of a fellow student weighing centner, just holding his head hands palms down? Perhaps this is due to the biofield all participants? Who will try to figure it out?
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