When we think of the Pyramids of Giza or the Big Temple of Thanjavur, one might have a common question: how did these massive granite blocks stack up? Some say that they’ve built massive ramps either around or straight that goes for over five kilometres or more. Did you ever think that sound has the ability to lift heavy objects at ease?
Sound is nothing but frequency. When we study the properties of sound, it comes out that vibration turns out to be electrical waves when we use certain devices. In Cymatics, sound waves create various patterns according to various frequencies. Did the ancients truly discover the secret frequency that we’re currently stumbling over? It seems so! In recent scientific experiments, it has been proven that with sound waves, we can lift things, as big as a hair pin. They’re still researching on finding the right frequency for the bigger objects. They coined the term Acoustic Levitation.
When we observe the Vimana of The Brihadeshwara temple, the capstone itself weighs over 81 tons. The temple has been built entirely by granite of 130,000 tons approx. So, if we have to figure out how they managed to lift the capstone of the temple, the mainstream says that the Chola King Raja Raja commissioned a long ramp stretching for over 8 kilometres in order to place the capstone. But, there were no hydraulic machines to place the capstone at the exact location even though they manage to pull the 81-ton stone through elephants all the way. Now this raises a speculation that how did they achieve that precision? Even in many ancient temple of that period, they carved Cymatic patterns on the pillars. So, is it possible that they possess Acoustic Levitation?
– Viswanath Venkat Dasari