The Signature of a Rock Star

(…continued from Solid State of Sound) Gravity is really a frequency, part of Einstein’s Unified Field.  Crystallized blocks of basalt need only be resonating at the frequency of gravity, 1012 hertz, or the frequency between short radio waves and infrared radiation, and they will lose their weight.  Crystals, even basalt crystals, are ideal for resonating in such a ay.  If that was the way that … Continue reading The Signature of a Rock Star

A 48,000-year-old Bracelet

In the 1970s, Soviet scientists discovered paleoarcheological remains in the cave that led to further explorations.[1] So far, 22 strata have been identified, with archeological artifacts that cover the time from Dionisij back to about 125,000-180,000 years ago.[2] The dating of the strata was accomplished by the use of thermoluminescence dating of sediments, or, in some cases, radiocarbon dating on charcoal.[2] Among the archeological artifacts are Mousterian– and Levallois-style tools attributed to Neanderthals.[5] Beside tools, researchers found decorative objects of … Continue reading A 48,000-year-old Bracelet

Sunken Paradise

Much of the ancient world inherited by our ancestors now lies under water after melting ice caps flooded vast areas at the end of the last Ice Age. New advances in geology and marine technology mean that the great archaeological finds of this coming century will more than likely be found under the oceans. It now looks likely that large populations of early humans were … Continue reading Sunken Paradise