Ancient Acoustic Artifacts and Communication with the Gods
Copyright © 2015 Gary Evans
Top image: The theatre at Aspendos, Turkey is famous for its magnificent acoustics. Even the slightest sound made at the center of the orchestra can be easily heard as far as the upper most galleries. It is the best preserved and most complete example of a Roman theatre. ( CC BY SA 3.0 )
By Gary Evans
1. Miriam Kolar. “ The Code of the Conch - How the science of sound explained an ancient Peruvian oracle ”.
3. This is a recording of Peruvian musician Tito La Rosa playing two of the Chavín pututus in the Museo Nacional Chavín, September 2008.
4. SB Research Group (SBRG)
5. “ Double-chambered whistling bottles: A unique Peruvian pottery form ” by Daniel K. Stat
6. The Fall and Rise of Resonance Science , J. Mortenson General Resonance, LLC, Havre de Grace, MD, USA
7. International Business Times: Stonehenge Was a 'Giant Echo Chamber to Summon up the Ancient Spirits'
8. “The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh by Sir Flinders Petrie. Published by the Royal Society 1883”
9. Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology Consciousness and Culture, March 2008, pp 95–104. Ancient Architectural Acoustic Resonance Patterns and Regional Brain Activity , Ian A. Cook, Sarah K. Pajot, Andrew F. Leuchter