 Excerpt from 'Antigravity and the World Grid' edited
by D.H.Childress, ch.8, Acoustic levitation of stones by Bruce Cathie,
pp. 213217

 A New Zealand scientist recently gave me an intriguing
extract from an article published in a German magazine, relating to a demonstration
of levitation in Tibet. After obtaining a translation by a German journalist,
in English, I was amazed at the information contained in the story, and
was surprised that the article had slipped through the suppression net
which tends to keep such knowledge from leaking out to the public.

 All the similar types of stories that I had read up until
now were generally devoid of specific information necessary to prove the
veracity of the account. In this case a full set of geometric measurements
were taken, and I discovered, to my great delight, that when they were
converted to their equivalent geodetic measures, relating to grid harmonics
the values gave a direct association with those in the unified harmonic
equations published in my earlier works.

 The following extracts are translations taken from the
German article: 'We know from the priests of the far east that they were
able to lift heavy boulders up high mountains with the help of groups of
various sounds...the knowledge of the various vibrations in the audio range
demonstrates to a scientist of physics that a vibrating and condensed sound
field can nullify the power of gravitation. Swedish engineer Olaf Alexanderson
wrote about this phenomenon in the publication, Implosion No. 13.

 The following report is based on observations which were
made only 20 years ago in Tibet. I have this report from civil engineer
and flight manager, Henry Kjelson, a friend of mine. He later on included
this report in his book, The Lost Techniques. This is his report..

 A Swedish doctor, Dr. Jarl, a friend of Kjelsons, studied
at Oxford. During those times he became friends with a young Tibetan student.
A couple of years later, it was 1939, Dr. Jarl made a journey to Egypt
for the English Scientific Society. There he was seen by a messenger of
his Tibetan friend, and urgently requested to come to Tibet to treat a
high Lama.

 After Dr. Jarl got the leave he followed the messenger
and arrived after a long journey by plane and Yak caravans, at the monastery,
where the old Lama and his friend who was now holding a high position were
now living.

 Dr. Jarl stayed there for some time, and because of his
friendship with the Tibetans he learned a lot of things that other foreigners
had no chance to hear about or observe.

 One day his friend took him to a place in the neighbourhood
of the monastery and showed him a sloping meadow which was surrounded in
the north west by high cliffs. In one of the rock walls, at a height of
about 250 metres was a big hole which looked like the entrance to a cave.

 In front of this hole there was a platform on which the
monks were building a rock wall. The only access to this platform was from
the top of the cliff and the monks lowered themselves down with the help
of ropes.

 In the middle of the meadow, about 250 metres from the
cliff, was a polished slab of rock with a bowl like cavity in the centre.
The bowl had a diameter of one metre and a depth of 15 centimetres. A block
of stone was manoeuvred into this cavity by Yak oxen. The block was one
metre wide and one and one half metres long. Then 19 musical instruments
were set in an arc of 90 degrees at a distance of 63 metres from the stone
slab.

 The radius of 63 metres was measured out accurately.
The musical instruments consisted of 13 drums and 6 trumpets.(Ragdons)
Eight drums had a crosssection of one metre, and a length of one and one
half metres. Four drums were medium size with a crosssection of 0.7 metre
and a length of one metre. The only small drum had a crosssection of 0.2
metres and a length of 0.3 metres. All the trumpets were the same size.

 They had a length of 3.12 metres and an opening of 0.3
metres. The big drums and all the trumpets were fixed on mounts which could
be adjusted with staffs in the direction of the slab of stone. The big
drums were made of 1mm thick sheet iron, and had a weight of 150kg. They
were built in five sections. All the drums were open at one end, while
the other end had a bottom of metal, on which the monks beat with big leather
clubs. Behind each instrument was a row of monks.

 When the stone was in position the monk behind the small
drum gave a signal to start the concert. The small drum had a very sharp
sound, and could be heard even with the other instruments making a terrible
din. All the monks were singing and chanting a prayer, slowly increasing
the tempo of this unbelievable noise. During the first four minutes nothing
happened, then as the speed of the drumming, and the noise, increased,
the big stone block started to rock and sway, and suddenly it took off
into the air with an increasing speed in the direction of the platform
in front of the cave hole 250 metres high. After three minutes of ascent
it landed on the platform.

 Continuously they brought new blocks to the meadow, and
the monks using this method, transported 5 to 6 blocks per hour on a parabolic
flight track approximately 500 metres long and 250 metres high. From time
to time a stone split, and the monks moved the split stones away. Quite
an unbelievable task.

 Dr. Jarl knew about the hurling of the stones. Tibetan
experts like Linaver, Spalding and Huc had spoken about it, but they had
never seen it. So Dr. Jarl was the first foreigner who had the opportunity
to see this remarkable spectacle. Because he had the opinion in the beginning
that he was the victim of masspsychosis he made two films of the incident.
The films showed exactly the same things that he had witnessed.

 The English Society for which Dr. Jarl was working confiscated
the two films and declared them classified. They will not be released until
1990. This action is rather hard to explain, or understand.: End of trans.'

 The fact that the films were immediately classified is
not very hard to understand once the given measurements are transposed
into their geometric equivalents. It then becomes evident that the monks
in Tibet are fully conversant with the laws governing the structure of
matter, which the scientists in the modern day western world are now frantically
exploring. It appears, from the calculations, that the prayers being chanted
by the monks did not have any direct bearing on the fact that the stones
were levitated from the ground.

 The reaction was not initiated by the religious fervour
of the group, but by the superior scientific knowledge held by the high
priests. The secret is in the geometric placement of the musical instruments
in relation to the stones to be levitated, and the harmonic tuning of the
drums and trumpets. The combined loud chanting of the priests using their
voices at a certain pitch and rhythm most probably adds to the combined
effect, but the subject matter of the chant, I believe, would be of no
consequence.

 The sound waves being generated by the combination were
directed in such a way that an antigravitational effect was created at
the centre of focus (position of the stones) and around the periphery,
or the arc, of a third of a circle through which the stones moved.

 If we analyse the diagram published with the original
article, then compare it with the modified diagram, we become aware of
the following coordinates, and the implications, when compared with my
previously published works.

 The distance between the stone block and the central
pivot of the drum supports is shown as 63 metres. The large drums were
said to be one and one half metres long, so the distance from the block
to the rear face of each drum could be close to 63.75 metres considering
that the pivot point would be near the centre of balance.

 My theoretical analysis, by calculator, indicates that
the exact distance would be 63.7079 metres for the optimum harmonic reaction.
By mathematical conversion we find that this value is equal to 206.2648062
geodetic feet, which is harmonically equal to the length of the earths
radius in seconds of arc (relative to the earths surface) 206264.8062.
This also leads us to the following associations:

 (206.2648062 x 2) = 412.5296124 This number squared =
170180.68 which is the theoretical harmonic of mass at the earths surface.

 The four rows of monks standing behind the instruments
in a quarter circle added to the production of sound by their loud chanting
and must be taken in to account in regards to the geometric pattern.. If
we assume that they were standing approximately two feet apart, we can
add a calculated value of 8.08865 geodetic feet to the radius of the complete
group. This gives a maximum radius of: 214.3534583 geodetic feet.

 The circumference of a complete circle with this radius
would be: 1346.822499 geodetic feet.

 Which is a half harmonic of 2693.645 (unified field)

 The distance from the stone block to a calculated point
within the cliff face and the height of the ledge on the cliff face from
ground level is given as 250 metres. If we can now imagine that the raised
stone blocks pass through a quarter arc of a circle during their flight
from ground level to the hole in the cliff face, then the pivot point of
the radius would be coincident with this position.

 The theoretical radius was found to be: 249.8767262 metres
which very closely approximates the estimate. This converts to 809.016999
geodetic feet. The diameter of the full circle would therefore be: 1618.034
geodetic feet.

 A circle with this diameter has a circumference of 5083.203728
units, which can be divided into three even lengths of 1694..4 It therefore
appears that the levitated blocks, once resonated to a certain frequency,
would tend to carry out a flight path that is coincident to one third of
a circle. The spacial distance being equivalent to the mass harmonic at
the center of a light field, 1694443.

 The instruments used by the group, in theory, would also
have been tuned to produce harmonic wave forms associated with the unified
fields. The given measurements are in rounded off parts of a metre but
in practice some slight variations from these measurements would be expected
in order to create the appropriate resonating cavities within the instruments

 The geometric arrangement, and the number of instruments
in the group would also be a most important factor.

 If the given measurement for each type of drum is modified
fractionally and converted to its geometric equivalent an interesting value
for the cubic capacity is evident.

 The large drums:

 1.517201563 metres long, 1.000721361 metres wide = 58.94627524
geodetic inches long, 38.88 geodetic inches wide = 69984 cubic inches capacity
= 40.5 cubic geodetic feet capacity.

 Therefore the cubic capacity for eight drums = 324 cubic
geodetic feet This harmonic value is built into the world grid and is equal
to half the harmonic 648.

 The medium size drums:

 1.000721361 metres long, 0.695189635 metres wide = 38.88
geodetic inches long, 27.00948944 geodetic inches wide = 22276.59899 cubic
geodetic inches capacity = 12.89155034 cubic geodetic feet capacity.

 Therefore the cubic capacity for four drums: = 51.56620136
cubic geodetic feet

 14.97414932 centimetres = 5.895334377 inches = 5.817764187
geodetic inches = 0.484813682 geodetic feet

 As the dishshape was focused upward towards the stone
block to be levitated it would be expected that some type of reaction would
take place which had an effect on the mass. The geometric shape of the
cavity does seem to be engineered in such a way the projected frequency
vortex causes a reciprocal reaction to the mass harmonic of each block.
The reciprocal of 0.484813682 = 2.062648055 Twice this value: = 4.12529611
The square of this value: = 17.018068 (the harmonic of mass at the earth's
surface.17018068

 I believe that there is not much doubt that the Tibetans
had possession of the secrets relating to the geometric structure of matter,
and the methods of manipulating the harmonic values, but if we can grasp
the mathematical theory behind the incident, and extend the application,
then an even more fascinating idea presents itself.

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