Standing Waves Depicted at Gavrinis Cairn, France
Resonant Chambers of Gavrinis Cairn Engraved with Standing Wave Patterns
by Alex Putney for Human-Resonance.org
July 31, 2011
The rock art of the 'neolithic' (ie. the Atlantean) era is consistent throughout the world, where we see a repetition of the same types of sacred symbols at sacred sites spread widely across all of the continents of the globe. Circular cymatic patterns that have become famous in the present-day, through the awe-inspiring manifestations of mandala crop formations, are present throughout the rock art engravings on megalithic stone monuments and impressive rock outcroppings, visually encoding the effect of synchronized consciousness imbued by the resonant waves that converge on those sites.
Nonlinear standing waves are depicted in dozens of engravings on megaliths forming the resonant chambers of Gavrinis Cairn, in Brittany, France (above). This remarkable megalithic chamber is the longest in Brittany, measuring 11.8 m in length, with a height of 2m and a width of 1.5m. No finds were recorded from excavations. Twenty-three out of its twenty-nine massive standing stones are engraved with mesmerizing patterns, including concentric waveforms, double-serpents, spirals and concentric circles, referencing the potent psychoacoustic effects of the acoustic environment.
The quartz and calcite content of the sandstone and limestone megaliths lining the long resonant chamber possesses piezoelectric properties, whereby transducing all absorbed acoustic energy into an electrical charge and an enveloping electromagnetic field. The concentric arches engraved in the stone are careful depictions of the standing waves generated by baritone chanting at the entrance of the passage chamber, constructed with the appropriate length and width to allow reflected sound waves to retrace the same wavepath as it moves in both directions. As the vocal driving of the chamber proceeds, the standing waves created in the passages intensify and begin coupling with deep infrasound frequencies in the heartbeat range, focused by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt.
Gavrinis Island (47.57°N 2.90°W), in France's Gulf of Morbihan, is 2,175 miles from the Giza plateau, a distance that comprises 8.7% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles). This broad band of infrasound resonance is shared by the magnificent Stonehenge in Wiltshire County, England --at precisely 9.0%-- in a region that is most famous for its phenomenal mandala crop formations.
Crop circle researchers have been avidly studying genetic changes in the DNA structure of plants exposed to the HHO plasma vortex during the rapid formation. Straight DNA ladders and spiraling DNA helices have been included in several crop formations in England, as referenced by the double serpent imagery engraved at Gavrinis Cairn. The double snake symbol is seen in sacred artwork all over the world, and references the holographic DNA receptors at the core of every living cell.
DNA changes were also achieved by the resonant tonal work and heartbeat entrainment techniques of the ancient builders of Gavrinis Cairn, who were themselves descendents of the highly advanced global Atlantean civilization. While no artifacts were ever discovered during the excavation of the passage chamber of Gavrinis Island, the megalithic temples of Malta provide many examples of elongated skulls.
The plasma orbs are conscious beings that are creating crop circle formations that fractally encode the ancient mandala formula of Vedic heritage, which reveals the four-dimensional mathematics of our advanced psychoacoustic traditions, as exemplified by the resonant chambers of the Gavrinis Cairn. The enclosed acoustic environment of passage chambers is one design for resonant sound-focusing, while a more open monumental design is presented in the megalithic stone lines of Carnac, France, which also lie along this same resonant band of focused infrasound at 8.7% of the Earth's mean circumference.
Very similar representations of nonlinear standing waves are presented in carved releif on the megalithic standing stones of Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, with radiating and zigzaging electical lines next to spirit animal depictions inlcuding various birds, foxes, boars, scorpions and snakes.