Sunday 6 February 2022

The Power of Sound and Levitation

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration”.

There is a theory that Tibetan monks used the power of sound to levitate huge stones. Scientists have demonstrated that sound vibration can levitate small objects. However experiments on heavier objects have been met with limited success. In 1939, a Swedish doctor named Jarl was brought to a Tibetan monastery to treat a high Lama. He stayed for a long time, and formed an intimate friendship with the Tibetans. One day, the monks took him to a cliff where they were constructing a rock wall. About 250 meters from the edge of the cliff, there lay a large stone. Nineteen musical instruments were set in an arc, precisely 63 meters from the stone. Thirteen drums of different sizes accompanied six trumpets, each of which was three meters in length. The monks began playing the small drums, then the rest of the instruments chimed in. All the monks were chanting a prayer, and after 4 minutes, the stone began to sway. Suddenly, it took off in the direction of the cliff, and after three minutes of ascent, landed on the top. The monks were able to move 5-6 stones per hour using this method. Dr. Jarl heard legends of this practice, but was stunned to see it with his own eyes. He made 2 films of the incident, however they were confiscated by his employer immediately upon his return. They have still not been released. The specific nature of the instruments, combined with the precise angles and distances involved suggest that the monks had advanced knowledge of vibrational physics still unknown to us today. Consider this for a moment, if this theory is correct it might explain how ancient cultures were able to move huge blocks of stone, and construct many of the megalithic structures around the globe. 

Attached are some sketches by Swedish aircraft designer Henry Kjellson in 1939.

By Nikola Tesla 1856-1943

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