Saturday, August 5, 2017

The Great Pyramid And The Mind-Blowing Secret Of The King’s Chamber


The Great Pyramid And The Mind-Blowing Secret Of The King’s Chamber
What Is Cymatics?
By Dorraine Fisher

It’s becoming more than a little obvious that the pyramids of Egypt hold a lot more secrets than we ever imagined. And the story is getting stranger every day.

We’re only beginning to understand the importance of sound resonance; the effect it has on matter, and the effect it has on us. And, we’re only beginning to understand that the ancient civilizations had knowledge that has been lost to us for centuries. Like the powers to heal disease and injury, and to manipulate matter,  And now, though we’re only scratching the surface of this lost technology, it may very well be the key to every shred of knowledge humanity has lost. It’s just that huge. Understanding sound may very well be the long, lost missing piece of the puzzle of our unexplained existence on this planet. It affects matter and it affects water. It affects DNA.  And considering that we’re also made up water, matter, and DNA, what kind of an effect does sound have on us? The answer is, a very profound one. And examples of this are popping up everywhere.


Cymatics is the science of making sound visible. Here, a cymascope was used to illustrate the effects of sound frequencies on purified water.


And this photo illustrates the effects of sound frequencies on matter, or in this case, sand.


But what does this all have to do with an Egyptian pyramid?

Inside the Great Pyramid of Giza is a large room called the King’s Chamber that houses a single stone coffer.  At first glance, anyone would believe it to have been intended as a sarcophagus, since the coffer is approximately 2 feet wide by 6 feet long on the inside.  On one corner of the coffer, there appears to be some damage to the six-inch-thick solid granite, as if it were struck by something very large and very hard.  But whoever or whatever did the damage would have experienced an extreme vibration from doing this. The coffer vibrates like a bell or Tibetan bowl.  The reverberation inside the relatively small chamber is said to be extraordinary.  And it’s also said that the acoustics are so amazing that you can hear your breath inside the chamber when the fluorescent lights are turned off. Whoever designed the pyramids had extensive knowledge of acoustics and sound resonance.


In 1997, an acoustic physics researcher named John Stuart Reid was given permission to conduct some research inside the chamber. And what he discovered was mind-blowing.


He performed a temporary repair on the corner of the coffer, placed a sound resonance device, an oscillator, inside it, and stretched a large elastic “skin” over the opening, making the coffer something like a large rectangular drum. He then poured a thin layer of quartz sand over the surface of the large skin,  and then engaged the oscillator at different frequencies. And to his amazement, shapes began to appear in the sand. Shapes that strongly resembled Egyptian hieroglyphs, such as the Eye of Horus, the all-seeing eye, illustrated here.


All this suggests that the chamber was designed to reverberate. But that wasn’t all. Before Reid’s experiments in the chamber, he had been experiencing some severe low back pain. But after he finished the research, he claimed his back pain was magically gone. And he also claimed that pain never returned.

One might conclude that this chamber was never intended as a tomb for a pharaoh at all. Possibly it was a spiritual center for rituals intended to communicate with the gods. But as we now know, the reverberation inside the chamber would have also had a profound physical effect on the occupants in the chamber during these rituals. So perhaps it was meant to also heal the diseases and ailments of an elite Egyptian class. The mystery is only starting to unfold. I can’t wait to hear the rest of the story.

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This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!


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