That's pretty damn interesting! I do have to wonder what would have been producing such a frequency for the Babylonians(?) to discover that pattern, assuming that such phenomenon was the inspiration for that design, of course, and not just coincidence.
This is coming after a long discussion on the Coral Castle and other issues that tie in to megathic mysteries. Now what I find interesting is that a note, or tone, produces a type of symbol. A very high pitched note produces the Shamash symbol on the cardboard in the experiment.
But if you look carefully it appears that Shamash is holding some type of wind instrument in his hand, a very narrow pipe looped around one time which gives the impression of some horn, possibly high pitched. The idea is that this iconography may pass along reference to a specific note (by way of the notes corresponding image) used in the process of ancient megalithic stone moving.
I've seen similar things to this before, but never anything involving human voice, or the Great Pyramids.
You ever seen that clip David Icke likes to tout around where the sand rolls up into balls like planets, forms mountain like shapes and swirls around in a spiral like the milky way?
I think I have. Isn't that the one where he's making a case for the logos from his perspective?
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