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Cymatics: Sacred Chant Played Inside The Giza Pyramid

The post title isn’t entirely accurate. The chant was really used inside the Giza Pyramid, but this video is of the same chant being played at a conference somewhere else, while using cymatics equipment to visibly gauge the results. 138 more words



This is a continuation of a story i started yesterday. You’ll want to read that first, if you haven’t.

Lars spent every Sunday playing music for the Unitarians, who coincidentally held their services in Hamlet’s Tavern. 500 more words


Stargates: How To Open A Stargate Portal

This 17+ minute video throws a lot of facts and conjecture at the viewer, but thanks to the names and locations given, much of the info can be verified. 28 more words


Happy Birthday Jean Harlow

Happy Birthday Jean Harlow. Harlean Harlow Carpenter was born March 3, 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S. She is best known for her platinum blonde hair and was an American film actress and sex symbol of the 1930s

The Life of Pioneers 3

This history of early life in Logan County, West Virginia, was written by Howard and Daisy Adams. Howard (1906-1976) and Daisy (b.1915) were children of Major and Belle Dora Adams of Trace Fork of Harts Creek.  379 more words


History’s great clockwork computers

Today, all computers are digital. If we still used mechanical computers, we would be texting and snapchatting from vast cog-operated machines. It sounds like a steampunk fantasy, but steampunk fantasies are rarely practical. 1,488 more words