Sound and acoustics played a role in the construction and use of certain ancient Egyptian structures. Here are a few examples of research related to sound and frequency in ancient Egyptian architecture:
- The Great Pyramid of Giza: The Great Pyramid of Giza is known for its precise construction and alignment. Some researchers have suggested that the builders of the pyramid may have used sound and resonance principles to achieve the level of precision seen in the pyramid’s layout and stone placement. Experiments have been conducted to explore the acoustic properties of the pyramid’s chambers, but the extent of sound utilization remains speculative.
- The Karnak Hypostyle Hall: The massive Hypostyle Hall at the Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt, is famous for its forest of colossal columns. Researchers have studied the acoustics of the hall and found that it has exceptional sound-enhancing properties. The hall’s design may have been intentional to create an impressive auditory experience during religious ceremonies.
- Musical Instruments: Ancient Egyptians are known to have used various musical instruments, such as flutes, harps, and percussion instruments. These instruments were an integral part of their culture and were used in religious rituals, entertainment, and ceremonies.
- Use of Sound in Rituals: Ancient Egyptian texts and inscriptions make references to the use of music, chanting, and sound in religious rituals and ceremonies. Sound was believed to have a spiritual and transformative quality, and it played a role in the worship of gods and the journey to the afterlife.
The question remains on how advanced their understanding of frequency was. Was levitation used in the building of structures? Where there lasers or frequency machines to create precision in the creation of statues and temples. There are also drill holes in granite that are not possible with the tools conventional archaeology says existed during that time. Join us at Portal to Ascension as we explore all the possibilities and attempt to unveil the truth and piece together the fragmented parts of our history.