The Great Pyramid of Giza as a monument of creation - Part 3: Air Element
Sound is defined as a vibration of the element of Air or a small change in air pressure, which is propagated through the medium of air. The number of vibrations or changes in air pressure, per unit of time is expressed in hertz (Hz) and audible to the human ear from 20 to 20,000 hertz. This means that we can hear sounds between 20 and 20,000 hertz. Sound below 20 hertz is called infrasound or low frequency sound and is not heard. This noise, however, can be felt. Acoustics is the science that deals with the study of sound and also shows the influence that a given space has on the sound and reverberation of sound.
Researchers and visitors of the Grand Gallery and the King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid experienced a very special acoustics and this is mainly due to the reverberation that occurs due to the resonance of the sound waves. And that's no coincidence. That is deliberately.
The resonance of the sound waves in, for example the King's Chamber is strongly dependent on the size of this chamber and these dimensions are deliberately chosen. Like everything is consciously chosen in the construction of the internal and external pyramid.
The German professor of physics, Winfried Otto Schumann (1888-1974), discovered in 1952 that in the atmosphere there are resonating electromagnetic waves to be measured with a frequency value of around 8 hertz. This is called the Schumann resonance frequency and is a natural phenomenon that occurs when for example electricity discharges in the atmosphere. This creates a low-frequency resonance effect, which pulsates with a measured dominant frequency of 7.83 hertz between the surface of the Earth and the ionosphere at an altitude of about 80 km. This is called the resonant frequency of the Earth whose predominant standing wave is 7.83 hertz. This is also called the heartbeat of Mother Earth or the voice of the Earth. The value of the Schumann frequency depends on the position on Earth (the Earth is a flattened sphere) and thus can be calculated that the Schumann frequency for the position of Giza is 8.1 hertz. This is important because the King's Chamber was built for a resonance frequency of 16.2 hertz (2 x 8.1 hertz). In and around a pyramid in general the frequency is around 8 Hertz, measurable with very sensitive equipment.
The Serbian-American physicist Nikola Tesla discovered in 1900 that the resonance frequency of the Earth is around 8 hertz but his invention was not taken very seriously in his time.
He used the resonance frequency of the Earth's atmosphere because at this frequency it functions as a very good conductor for radio signals. From this period also date the experiments with the 'Wardenclyffe Tower', which unfortunately was never completed. A pyramid is comparable to the Wardenclyffe Tower. They are both used as an antenna for the Schumann frequency.
The Great Pyramid resonated because of its structure, dimensions and location at the time of construction on a Schumann frequency of 8.1 hertz. The keynote of Mother Earth.
This frequency was 'captured' by the Great Pyramid, and that is only possible by choosing the right location on the plateau. The correct connection of Earth, Water and Air. Mother Earth acts as a tuning fork of the universe and the Great Pyramid was tuned to that frequency.
To 'capture' and stabilize the Earth frequency, the grand gallery in the Great Pyramid was equipped with pure quartz disks, permanently mounted by means of a special construction.
When the quartz crystal in the grand gallery was brought in vibration and held, by means of the fundamental frequency of the Earth, there was a sound wave with a very constant and stable frequency. Exclusively caused by the quartz crystal and almost not affected by environmental factors. This sound wave, in physics known as a traveling wave, was amplified in the ante-chamber and passed to the King's Chamber to form a standing wave, exactly fitting in this space and caused by resonance in the King's Chamber.
The amplified sound wave that reaches the King's Chamber is composed of the fundamental frequency or keynote of 8.1 hertz as the first harmonic. The first overtone or second harmonic, which is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency, is then 16.2 hertz.
And it is this frequency of 16.2 hertz that, by the dimensions of the King's Chamber, exactly 'fits' and ensures that resonance occurs and a standing wave will form. The other harmonics of 8.1 hertz do not fit in this chamber and will fade away. A standing wave can only occur if there is resonance and resonance can only occur if the wavelength of the sound fits into the confined space as in this case the King's Chamber. The frequency of 16.2 hertz given by the formula f = v/λ where v is the speed of sound and the overall wavelength λ equal to 2 times the length of the confined King's Chamber (image 7). In image 7, the total wavelength AC equals exactly 21 meters.