The Mysterious Connection Between Geophysics, Architecture and Biomedicine
From the ancient past to the modern times, man has been experimenting with various architectural approaches, according to the era, the specific functions and his own level of consciousness.
Nowadays, in spite of all the technological evolution and tools in our hands, there are still so many unanswered questions regarding the use and purpose of ancient temples and megalithic monuments.
How where they built, why were they built at locations with specific properties and with the use of particular material? Why did the ancient people and later mystics and masons spend so much time, energy and resources to build these structures? Was it merely for divine worship or were there other functions more complex in nature?
In order to begin decoding the answers, let us analyze the layers of such a structure:
- Earth location and ground properties
- Geometry of building and material properties
- Relationship to celestial bodies and astronomical events
Earth location and ground properties
The placement of these monuments has been proven by many studies not to be random, but extremely researched and located with precision. As far my research has shown, and also backed up by many others before me, monuments where always placed on what we call geophysical anomalies – places where the following take place: an intense change in the magnetic and/or gravity field, the change in radioactivity levels, a conductivity discontinuity of the ground material, the presence of fault and/or underground water. The aforementioned parameters morph these areas into stress zones.
Ancient sites are usually found to be located in areas of geophysical anomalies, like here along the St Michael Line ( ancient-code.com)
Whenever there is a fluctuation in the above fields, it results in the generation of telluric DC electric currents, which are measurable. The concentration of natural geomagnetic and electric fluctuations is the most basic characteristic of ancient monuments and temples.
So indeed, temples were indeed located on power locations, a statement which is not just a theoretical belief, but now a scientific revelation.
Figure: Ultrasound measurements in Rollright Stones, UK (Robins, 1985)
Tesla writes “the earth is found to be alive with electrical vibrations”. The Radcliffe tower he created, was an energy generator that would not function if it did not “grip the earth”, as he wrote.
Were ancient temples transmitters of longitudinal standing electric waves?
Sesh Heri, writes in the Handprint of Atlas: “The entire topography and geomorphology of land features are results of standing waves in the earth. The artificial monuments are built around significant naturally occurring geomorphologies”
Figure: Geomagnetic field intensity on the location of Balanced Rock (Burke,2005)
Figure: Geomagnetic field intensity in Stonehenge (David, 1997)
Figure: Thermal survey in Visoko Pyramids, Bosnia (Smailbegovic, 2006)
Also, the induced currents can be conducted according to the grounds’ material properties. Their strength will depend on the ground’s conductivity; ground with higher mineral contact will usually have stronger currents.
Geometry of building and material properties
Dr. Konstantin Meyl, with a background in electrical engineering and field physics explains, in his book Scalar waves, that earth radiation was the power supply for the temple. In order for the building to transmit this energy, it had to be built as a resonant cavity. In order to make it as efficient as possible, specific proportions and shapes- known as sacred geometry was incorporated.
Many historical monuments incorporate sacred geometry, like this mosque in Iran ( utaot.com)
Brian Desborough writes, in They Cast No Shadows : “sacred geometry was incorporated into the design of buildings that enabled them to function as resonant cavities. The incorporation of these geometries into ancient temples to function as “coupled harmonic oscillators.”
Architect Dr. Ibrahim Karim proved with his work on Biogeometry the effect of shape and form on various issues. A significant case study was alleviating negative symptoms on residents’ health from a mobile antenna placed inside an old church in Hemberg, Switzerland, by the use of specific geometries. As old churches were also placed in energy spots, and architecture of the building was designed to amplify that energy through its geometry and materials, it also amplified the energy emission of the antenna.
The shape and geometry of the molecules gives their properties. By joining the same types of atoms in different geometrical configurations we get different molecules- which shows the effect of geometry on energy and matter.
The focus of shape and material was to concentrate further the naturally occurring earth energy fluctuations.
The material could multiply further and conduct them; materials high in crystals (Silica), which is piezoelectric, was used in the structures for that reason.