*February 11, 2012 13:29*

In the early 30's Swedish aircraft engineer Henry **Kjellson** in Tibet watched Tibetan monks brought stones to build the temple. Dragged by yak rock about 1.5 meters in diameter to a small horizontal area, it dumped into a pit depth of 15 cm, corresponding to the size of the stone. The site is located at a distance of 100 meters from a cliff 400 meters high, on top of which the church was built.

At 63 meters from the well (engineer accurately measure all distances in the belief that this is one of the elements that followed the mysterious phenomenon) were 19 musicians, followed by 200 **monks**, is located on the radial lines, a few people in each. The angle between the lines was 5 degrees, and in the center of the building lay a stone.

The musician had 13 large drums weighing 150 kg in three different sizes, suspended on wooden bars and facing is playing surface to the pit with a stone. Between the drums were placed in different places six large metal pipes, also converts sockets to the pit. Around each tube were two musicians blowing into it one by one. By a special team of the whole orchestra began to play loud, and the choir of monks sang in unison. And, as he told Henry Kjellson, four minutes, when the sound has reached its maximum, the boulder in the pit was a swing and suddenly soared to the top of the parabola straight 400 meter cliff! In this way, according to the story of **Henry**, the monks of the temple under construction rises to 5 — 6 large boulders every hour!

Let no offense researchers of the paranormal, but in the early 30's all of them, "surpassed" the Swede Henry Kjellson, since only aircraft engineer could not understand what the study is something out of the way every detail is important as distances, angles, number of etc. All of those involved in the aviation, must be aware that their work is no detail, for very often all the "little things" are paid the lives of pilots and passengers.

Kjellson probably spent his manual goniometer measurements and conventional tape measure, which is why he had a calculation error. Nevertheless, he was very close to the true size. All measurements must be Swede multiples of "Pi", the golden section number, and the number 5.024 — product "P" and the golden section.

Stone was at the center of the circle formed by the orchestra and the monks, who had given the **sound** vibrations to the pit, which is a reflection of these oscillations. It was they who raised the boulder at 400 meters. Sounds clearly increases smoothly (four minutes or 240 seconds), so that the fluctuations were harmonic, ie, sufficiently beautiful and … create!

That build up — it was being built the sacred temple!

Stone took off in a parabola — first it was almost vertical, and then begin to deviate in the direction of the rock to the top. It follows that the closer to the rock stood a smaller number of **monks** on the lines, radii, since fluctuations are reflected from the rock, did not allow her to approach the boulder. As you approach the top of reflect fluctuations began to plummet and the stone was deflected towards the least resistance, just getting to the top!

Not such a way in antiquity moved impossibly now block of stone over long distances and high altitude?

How and why in the early 30's Swedish aircraft engineer was in Tibet, is unknown. But this is exactly the case when the right person in the right place at the right time. Henry could only have, as mentioned earlier, the manual protractor, tape measure and … wrist or pocket watch, but hardly watch. His "four minutes" on hand or pocket watches **could** be a few more than 240 seconds, and be, for example 261, 79 seconds, ie, 100 j2 (1,6182 x 100) or 251.2 seconds (50 pj).

Kjellson could your protractor to measure 5 degrees, but one? 26 "(one minute 26 seconds of the angle), corresponding to the decimal 0.024, it could not catch the protractor. Same thing with the tape because of the uneven surface: 63 meters could be 62.8 meters (20p) or 63.1 meters (39j). Depth of the well was measured for certain tape in the center, and the error is quite valid: from 15 cm depth would be 16.2 cm (10j).

The oscillation frequency of the Swede could not be measured, but the six **pipes**, 13 **drums** and a choir of 200 people were deafening sound, especially in the mountains. Play and sing is better than to drag yourself boulders five feet in diameter and approximate weight of 4.6 tons to almost sheer cliffs 400 meters. Diameter boulders was also close to one of the golden section, ie to 1.6 meters. Weight was calculated on the correct stone granite sphere with a diameter of 1.5 meters, so the weight **could** be somewhat smaller, ranging from 4000 + n kg.

All dimensions of the case levitation somehow closer to the world's mathematical constants "PI" and the golden section. Very possible that the sound frequencies are multiples of these values, but let others do the calculations — True or false, but still kind of track to solving levitation opened. Word of physics, acoustics, mathematicians and other specialists.

In the Tibetan "system recovery" clearly played a major role pipes — literally. Their roar was almost continuous, since no accident each had two trumpeters — they changed to catch his breath. Drums and choir to create a kind of "corridor-wells" in which a stone flew up, as it were, at the same time keeping it in moments of change trumpeters. Concerted efforts as pipes, drums and choir primarily needed at the beginning — to tear boulders from the ground. Has long been known that the greatest effort is needed when it is necessary first to move something heavy, they also "Ah, the green, she will!"

Stone weighing about 4 tons flew to an altitude of 400 meters at the sound of six pipes, 13 drums and a chorus of 200.