Sound/Acoustic Technology "Chambers "
in Ancient Ruins
As mentioned in my earlier writing, Pre-Flood, Vibration technology Chapter, at one stage in this Earth's history there was the use of acoustic technology, in this part I will try and show you the various acoustic left overs in many of the Ancient ruins across this Planet, might it be under the ground, sub-surface, above the ground or embedded inside structures, they still exist, structures with direct exposure as to distribution would have more of a detailed finish.
When looking at these Ancient ruins, Pre-Flood, remember that emerging Civilizations of later eras adjusted and crudely tried to rebuilt what they found, obviously this has lead Mainstreamers to assume that these were built at around the same time as they were re-occupied, sometimes converted into temples, living quarters and palaces. In my view of things, these were applications of engineering before they became something else and due to the nature of the vibration technology, these buildings had to be able to withstand heavy vibration and not collapse on themselves in the process, which is most likely why they have survived until this day.
Sound (vibration) chamber Red Pyramid (Photo by Guardian, Dahshur).
As these are ruins, the images are basically left overs from what was before, there is no way of surely knowing how these were connected to one and another, or even if this sound was distributed with the help of water, the composition of many of these stones would suffice the transport of resonation, although there are surely constructions in where the use of water was frequently used. As was the access to waterways, perhaps a chapter for another time, but water was everywhere in and around these Settlements.
If you have not seen the test in relation to the workings of these chambers, please watch Brien Foersters video here.
Many of these soundways are very narrow, at least as narrow as one person could basically use it as a passing, obviously this is what they have decided these are, tunnels. I say nay. One of those examples lies in the Mycenaean city of Tiryns, again ruined.
Obviously these are not the only ones in that ruined city, there are more as shown below.
There's one more I'd like to show coming from the Mycenaeans, namely the so called treasury of Atreus, probably became that, but likely not started out as it.
Below some pictures made by Chris Willey which will show this structure in more detail, note the top of the structure photographed from the inside, one can find the exact setup in hollowed out stone structures/caves, with a hole in the top and a little more damaged in most occasions though.
There's a few more examples for this area, I'd like to make a jump to some Mayan ruins...
Top part structure, Image Credit: 360.com
Uxmal Yucatan, Image Credit: Yucatan Concierge
Uxmal Yucatan, Image Credit: Yucatan Concierge
Tulum, Image Credit: Mrs & Mr Zorg
Mayan jungle ruin, image credit: pinimg
I could go on a little more, but let's move again, this time, Cambodia
The Khmer, Cambodian ruins are harder to show, not because they are absent or few, but simply because of the destructive nature of many of the buildings.
South gate Ankor Thom, image credit: Wiki
Mangalartha, Ankor Thom, image credit: Wiki
Baphuon Temple, Image Credit: Travel guides blog
Baphuon Temple as a couple of more examples, unfortunately they are all copyright protected, so I am not able to use them in this article.
Spean Thma, Credit Wiki
The above structure has been classified as a bridge, well... Anyway, sometimes they are classified as bridges, leftover ruins from Temples etc. In any case, there is another example of this kind, unfortunately I cannot place it in full on my site, so I am linking the picture here. Just remember, some were to distribute and others to harvest the application a certain frequency would provide, like energy, clean water etc.
Sambor Prei Kun, Image credit: greentravel.com
Beng Mealea, Image credit: Tripologist.com
In the image above one can see (on the left) how it would have been enclosed, although half destroyed, ready for distribution.
These ruins all over this area are full off these so called passage ways, bridges etc, dive into the net and look for many more examples if you are interested in this, you will find that some of the structures designated as temples are most likely exactly built and setup as for instance the red pyramid was, to create a certain vibration from a pre-set frequency to create a direct application.
As I mentioned before, many of these pictures are copyrighted, so it's simply not possible to add them to the article, however, if you would have pictures related to any of these sites showing these triangle shaped sound structures, please do not feel shy and send them to me at the e-mail address in the contact bar at the end of the page, if I like them I place them fully credited ofcourse ta.
Now, for the ones familiar with my filtering hobby, I leave Cambodia with a floor plan form one of the structures from Angkor and
Main Structure at Angkor, Image credit: evivatour.com
"Temple" at Angkor Floor plan, Image credit: the Angkorguide.com
Beng Mealea Floorplan, Image credit: Ordinarymostly
The amount of structures is again mind boggling, so I will just pick a few to give a fair idea of the stuff out there. Furthermore, many of these structures have been retouched and rebuilt again and again, sometimes resulting into "walling up" these triangle shaped sound applications. The other thing which I find disappointing is the lack of images from the inside of these ruins, most are from Hindu depictions, which is fine, but I truly miss the real action here, same in other parts of the World by the way, but let's start out with an Artist impression created in 1812 by William George Stephen.
Artist impression of the Konark Temple in India, created in 1812, two European officers and a dog, Image credit: Wiki
The above drawing/watercolor is fascinating to say the least, it shows one of those many structures from the inside in the spirit of its time, look at the sound chamber and the distribution to to outside, a part which has now been walled up, as seen below.
Konark "Temple" doorway, Image Credit: meendumindia
Again I would ask anyone to share any related images concerning the inside of these structures, it will be very much appreciated and credited.
Deulghata, Image credit: Wiki
The structure above has been restored as well, but without doubt shows a large sound chamber, perhaps half exposed.
left Deulghata before the restoration, image credit Unknown, on the right side the abandoned and ruined "temple of Pakbirra, Image credit: Banglapedia
Once we hit Indonesia it will get more interesting since it seems many structures have been fairly "untouched" in some places.
Continueation in the works...