Here's the deal. I read this book by Chris Dunn, called "The
Giza Power Plant" which speculates that the Giza pyramid was
a piezoelectric power station. I began to wonder if the megalithic stones,
such as Stonehenge were a similar technology. Yes, thats what I said.
TECHNOLOGY. People have often said that the stones emit an "energy"
and having tested a few sites now, they definitely do - electricity.
The theory as I see it, is explained in the video below:
Lligwy "Burial Chamber" Lligwy is the site which has
so far produced the most electricity. Here is the video, showing how the
stones responded to music by native Australian group "Legends of
Uluru". The didgeridoo in the track is pitched at F, which is the
pitch ascertained as producing most electricity in the study done there.
The song is called "Uluru Legend". If you would like to see
a better video of the techniques used, go to the page about our visit
to the Mosta dolmen - the voltmeter and
probes are visible at the same time.
Naturally, I would like to continue researching this and I would
also encourage people to try it for themselves and see what results
they can get! A basic voltmeter is £5 on eBay, so really its a very
cheap hobby equipment-wise. If anyone would like to join me in my
experiments, I'm also interested in that, as juggling a camera,
a voltmeter and toddler all at the same time is less than ideal.
Email me at email@example.com
if you are interested.
All the information I am gathering about dolmen is going to be made
available free of charge and published here. Please feel free to copy
and distribute. If you would like to help keep this site going, you can
make a donation via PayPal. Unfortunately the best preserved and most
accessible dolmen are overseas. In the UK it is common to find that sites
are fenced off and this obviously makes it difficult to conduct experiments
- plus the weather is not very good!