According to several reports, the Ancient Egyptians utilized sound to create pyramids and other gigantic structures. Slaves, ropes, bricks, and other materials were used to make the building possible, according to several textbooks.
Of course, none of this is true since there is no evidence that such miracles can be done with sound. In Tibet, Henri Kelson seems to have seen and explored sound levitation.
He not only explained how Tibetan monks utilized pipes and drums to raise stones, but he also went into great detail about how they stood, sang, and how many individuals were there.
According to Kelson, all ancient societies understood how to employ sound levitation. It’s no wonder that the Mayans erected structures that reached extraordinary heights.
However, it has been more than a century since Kielson’s explanation, and children are still being taught a different version in school.
Many nations, including Russia, have shown that Kielson’s concept is workable. Furthermore, Tokyo University’s Yun Rekimoto, Takayuki Hoshi, and Yoichi Occhiey demonstrated how sound waves may be utilized to move tiny objects in space. This technique is also of interest to NASA and other space organizations.
Pyramids, on the other hand, were still constructed by hand by tens of thousands of slave troops…