Piezoelectric Stone Temples in Vraca, Bulgaria
The Sophia Echo
December 15, 2012
The oldest temple of the Sun has been discovered in northwest Bulgaria, near the town of Vratsa, aged at more then 8000 years, the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) reported on December 15, 2010.
The Bulgarian 'Stonehenge' is hence about 3000 years older than its illustrious English counterpart. But unlike its more renowned English cousin, the Bulgarian sun temple was not on the surface, rather it was dug out from under tons of earth and is shaped in the form of a horse shoe, the report said.
The temple was found near the village of Ohoden. According to archaeologists, the prehistoric people used the celestial facility to calculate the seasons and to determine the best times for sowing and harvest. The site was also used for rituals, offering gifts to the Sun for fertility as BNT reported.
This area of Bulgaria was previously made famous because remnants of the oldest people who lived in this part of Europe were found.
Archaeologists also found dozens of clay and stone disks in the area of the temple.
"The semantics of the disks symbolise the disk of the Sun itself, which means that this is the earliest ever temple dedicated to the worship of the Sun God, discovered on our lands," archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski told the BNT.
The ancient acoustical engineering of this site reveals it to be much more technologically advanced than recognized by the archaeologists. The emergence of the study of archaeo-acoustics reveals the psychoacoustic function of the megalithic stone temples of the world as synchronized by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt at a 1.45Hz heartbeat resonance.
The piezoelectric quartz and calcite crystals which comprise the megaliths transduce focused infrasound standing wave resonance into a strong electromagnetic field for the benefit of human consciousness and longevity through biorhythmic synchronization. This same effect was utilized by the Sanskrit megalithic temples of England, especially Stonehenge, as well as those of Malta and the Sanskrit megalithic dolmen of the Black Sea coast of Russia.
Vraca (or Vratsa), Bulgaria (43.20°N 23.54°E) is 1,004 miles from Giza, or 4.0% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles). Another sacred temple not far away in Perperikon, Bulgaria sits along the resonant infrasound band at the 3.5% distance from Giza.
Resonance mapping of the other megalithic temple locations (in relation to Giza) reveal Stonehenge sits exactly at the 9.0% distance, while those of Malta and the Black Sea region sit at the 4.5% distance, precisely half of the distance from Stonehenge to Giza. The research shared at this site fully elucidates the hidden connections linking the global pattern of sacred energy emerging with the rapid onset of magnetic reversal and the new solar age on our planet.