Piezoelectric Rock Art in Yangce, China
by the People's Daily
May 6, 2010
There are more than 500 small craters of different sizes on the surface of the stone and several relatively larger craters that are 13 to 20 centimeters in diameter and three to seven centimeters in depth. These craters are connected by various lines, forming a very large ancient diagram.
Archaeologist Ma Baoguang recently found some 1,000 hieroglyphic rock paintings in Yangce Town, Biyang County of east-central China's Henan province, acording to the report from www.dahe.cn.
Ma went to Yangce with his students for an archaeological investigation on the eve of the May Day holiday. They spent over a week there and have found approximately 1,000 rock paintings of various types within an area of 5 square kilometers in villages such as Chenzhou, Tangligou, Xuzhuang, Leigutai, Anzhai, and Guogang.
Ma told reporters that he was deeply impressed by a large cambered stone which is 8 meters long and 3.7 meters wide. There are more than 500 small craters of different sizes on the surface of the stone and several relatively larger craters that are 13 to 20 centimeters in diameter and three to seven centimeters in depth. These craters are connected by various lines, forming a very large ancient diagram (as shown in the above picture).
"It is quite incredible that a large stone goat carries 'Hetu and Luoshu' (map of the Yellow River and the book of the Luo River) on its back," Ma said.
The neck and back of the stone goat are carved with many craters. This is the first time that a Juci Mountain-style rock painting has been found on a stone animal, which is extremely rare and valuable.
These fascinating finds in Henan Province provide comprehensive support of the concepts of infrasound resonance proposed throughout this site. The piezoelectric bedrock of the ancient rock art sites contains quartz and calcite crystals which transduce infrasound standing waves focused on the area by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt, which are themselves also mainly comprised of resonant limestone, synthetically created in a fashion similar to modern concrete.
Yangce Town in Biyang, China (33.67°N 110.47°E) is 4,554 miles from Giza, or 18.29%. The ancient rock art site also mathematically reflects a resonant distance of 1,454 miles (F358/2 = 1463...) from the Angkor complex in Cambodia, or 5.84% (F136/2 = 588...) which is exactly 1/17th of the Earth's mean circumference distance For a list of sites that share alignment along resonant circle visit the Phi geopositions site list, and scroll down to Angkor.
The giant carved map on the back of the 'goat' monolith contains deeply chiseled cupels and incised circles that form a mosaic map of the region, marking the energetic hotspots according to the standing waves of resonant infrasound! The sacred location of the huge map confirms that the ancient Atlantean culture of the pyramid-builders was responsible for this wonderful monument, which marks the place in much the same way as other rock art maps with concentric circles and cupules in Sylva, North Carolina and Perthshire, Scotland.