Piezoelectric Standing Stone Monuments in Darhad Valley, Mongolia
Megalithic Standing Stones of Mongolia Engraved with Circles, Zigzag Waveforms and Animal Spirit Imagery
by Alex Putney for HumanResonance.org
September 13, 2011
The ancient human preoccupation with erecting megalithic standing stones has been documented on all inhabitable continents, as have the monumental ancient pyramid structures. The profound mystery of the advanced unified purpose of these stone circle temples and ancient monument alignments is now coming to light.
The quartz crystalline content of these massive standing stones is well known for its piezoelectric properties, which enable the stones' conversion of acoustic energy into electric energy. Calcite and quartz are the two types of piezoelectric stone which have been extensively used throughout the diverse pyramid-building cultures of the world, to transduce the ambient electrical ground currents produced by solar flare activity into an internal electrical charge and an electromagnetic field that envelops the stone monuments.
Standing stone circles, clusters and alignments have been reported in various parts of Mongolia, especially in the sacred Darhad Valley, that are consistently engraved with specific imagery. Many stones depict a ring, a circle, or concentric circles, as well as zigzagging waveforms (above) that are common throughout Neolithic rock art worldwide.
The most dominant motif repeated throughout the standing stones of the Darhad Valley are representations of reindeer, seemingly flying into the sky with waving trails flowing behind their antlers. This references the animal spirits, while the geometric engravings represent the acoustic force of focused infrasound. These same symbolic representations adorn the standing stones of Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, the megalithic passage chambers of Gavrinis, France, and at Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth temples in Ireland.
The circle represents the prime force of infrasound, the deep and all-penetrating universal 'Om' that is associated with the Creational essence and is concentrated by these standing stone monuments due to their geometric relationship with the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.
The Darhad Valley of Mongolia (51.16°N 99.61°E) is 3,736 miles from Giza, or 15.00% of the Earth's mean circumference distance (of 24,892 miles). This sacred resonant distance is aligned with converging infrasound standing waves in a pattern shared by all such monuments and all other sacred temples and pyramids worldwide - with Stonehenge sitting precisely at the 9.0% distance, while Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth sit exactly along the resonant 10.0% distance.
The most dramatic effects witnessed and prophecied by the pyramid-builders themselves include the flare-up of giant HHO plasma plumes above the Great Pyramid of Giza, in formations only recently documented by modern scientists as red sprites. The Mayan/Aztec, Apache and Hopi wisdom traditions foretell of the return of our planet to a state of high-resonance, during at time refered to as the Red Dawn, when the skies will glow red with intense auroral activity as the culmination of the dramatic astronomical events of December 22, 2012.