Boulders floating in the air

February 8, 2013 0:28

Boulders floating in the air

In the legends of many peoples explains how the famous Cyclopean buildings were erected (the pyramids of Egypt and South America, Indian temples and similar structures).

You want — you believe, and you want — no, but it turns out the boulders during construction themselves floating in the air. Legends of these usually account no one accepted. You never know what might fantasize people who lived in those ancient times. In reality, probably hundreds, if not thousands of slaves harnessed in special rollers and shouting like 'hey, uhnem "pulled clumps of place settings — sometimes for hundreds of kilometers from the quarries. So says the vast majority of modern researchers.

Okay, let the Egyptians, Incas, Aztecs, Indians, and other people on his back hauling stones weighing 5, 10, 100 or more tons over a distance of one to 100 kilometers. But the builders of the temple at Baalbek (Lebanon) were going to move tysyachetonny stone block? This block, or the Southern rock, and lay in a career in a 10-minute walk from the temple, but modern technology can not block such even budge.

How is it supposed to pull-do, too, with the help of rollers, ropes and pushing crowbars? Probably still had in mind other ways. So, they say, in the Indian village Shivapuri near Pune, 200 kilometers from Mumbai, in the yard of the local church is a stone weighing 62.5 kilograms. During the afternoon prayer 11 monks surround the stone and begin to sing-song chant the name of the saint after whom the temple was built. When the chant on certain note reached a peak sound congregation raised stone, each — with one finger.

Stop singing, people jump back in the side, and a boulder falls with a thud on the ground! Maybe someone does not seem a miracle, because one finger here have loads of 5.682 kg, and so do the trick, it seems, is not difficult. Well. then you can try for yourself. As once did the author of this article, and four of his fellow students, including — a fragile young girl. And it was so. One of the students, weighing 100 pounds, sat on a chair. The rest had intended to raise another, summing index fingers under his knees and under the armpits. The first attempt failed, then the four "lifters" 10-15 seconds to hold his hand over his head seated and fed their friend instantly and easily raised to a height of outstretched arms!

It was so unexpected that the "test" almost dropped. Year 1982 was the first, Moscow, a break between lectures in the evening college. No prayers and hymns, of course, has not been performed, and the load in this case amounted to an average of 12.5 pounds per finger! If the author did not participate in this experiment, he would never have believed that this is possible. Over the years, the focus once again did not work, but if someone tries to play it, though be careful — keep a person on the weight can be just a few seconds!

Flying stones

In the early 1930s, the Swedish aircraft engineer Henry Kjellson observed in Tibet, the monks were building a temple on the rock height of 400 meters. Stone — a diameter of about five feet — dotaskivalsya yak to a small horizontal area located on a 100-meter distance from the cliff. Then rock dumped into a pit, the appropriate size of the stone and a depth of 15 centimeters. At 63 meters from the well (engineer accurately measure all distances) were 19 musicians, and for them — 200 monks, is located in the radial piniyam — several people on each. The angle between the lines was five degrees. Stone lay in the center of this building.

The musician had 13 large drums, suspended on wooden bars and facing is playing surface to the pit with a stone. Between the drums in different locations placed six large metal pipes, sockets also directed to the pit. Around each pipe standing on two musicians blowing into it one by one. By a special team of the whole orchestra takes to play loud, and the choir of monks — to sing in unison. And here. as told Henry Kjellson, four minutes, when the sound reaches its maximum, the boulder in the pit itself began to sway and suddenly flew in a parabolic right on top of the cliff! In this way, according to the story of Henry, the monks rose to the temple being built five or six huge boulders each hour!

What's the trick?

Being an engineer, to the same air. Kjellson tried to explain the incredible phenomenon from the point of view of common sense. Henry knew that when learning something out of the way every detail is important. Those who are involved in aviation, you know that very often the little things, "paid the lives of pilots and passengers. Kjellson conducted measurements of distances — from the pit to the rock from the pit to the challenges musicians and monks, and so on and got the numbers, all multiples of "PI" and the proportions of the golden section and the number 5.024 — the product of "PI" and the golden ratio. Stone was at the center of the circle formed by the orchestra and the monks, who had given the sound vibrations to the pit — Reflector of these oscillations. Cleaned and then lifted a boulder for 400 meters!

The sounds grew slowly (four minutes, or 240 seconds), were quite beautiful, and vibrations — harmonious. The result — an effect that's creating. It is creating — it was being built the sacred temple! Stone took off in a parabola — first it was almost vertical (range, bouncing off rocks, were not allowed to approach the boulder to it), and then began to deviate to the summit. Closer to the rock stood a smaller number of monks on the lines, radii, consequently, variations and their reflections were weaker, and to the top of their number began to fall sharply in general, and the stone, following the path of least resistance, just got to the place of construction of the sanctuary! It is likely that in the same way the ancient builders of the pyramids and other global structures moved very heavy blocks on the long distances and high altitudes.

First — move!

How and why in the early 30's Swedish aircraft engineer was in Tibet, is unknown. Tools for examples Kjellson had quite primivnye — manual protractor, ruler and on hand or pocket watch, but hardly with a stopwatch. Frequency kolebani1 Swede could not fix, but six pipes, 13 drums and a choir of 200 people were deafening sound, especially in the mountains. So that their findings Kjellson still did. Since then, he and all those who learned from him the story, decided to play and sing is better than to drag yourself boulders on an almost vertical cliff. Kjellson then remembered that the role of "first violin" he had seen in Tibetan "lifting system, clearly played a pipe.

Their roar was almost continuous, it is no accident that each had two trumpeters — they followed each other to take a breath. Drums and choir to create a sort-corridor-wells "in which a stone flew up together as if they supported him in moments of change trumpeters. Concerted action as pipes, drums and chorus are most needed at the beginning — to tear boulders from the ground.

It is known for a long time that the main efforts are applied when something heavy to budge. And then — "Ah, the green, she will!" This one could very well finish. But one question remains unanswered: how in our college — without prayers, music and singing — three boys and a girl is easy on the index finger raised classmate weighing hundredweight, just above his head, holding the hands palms down? Perhaps this is due to the biofield of the participants? Who try to understand?

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