Tuesday, 19 August 2014
The Oracle Room in Malta
One aspect of the Annunaki that I've been studying is that they had advanced knowledge in Sound Technology and Mathematical Precision used both for healing and communication.
There is also a theory the sound projection and soundwave manipulation enabled by the structures could have been used to keep an often unruly population calm. One such structure is the Oracle Room discovered underground in Malta. The Pyramids of Giza are another example of a structure that used sound to both heal and soothe people. By choosing the notes and scale carefully, a priest could effect healing.
This is not as far-fetched as one might think. The Catholic churches used the same knowledge in their designs of the cathedrals and choirs. You know that tingle that runs up your spine when a particularly powerful and beautiful piece of music is played? Well, that is what the Annunaki and the Catholics sought to bring about through the use of architecture and acoustics. Many believers experience an enhanced, ecstatic worship and feel closer to God when the right notes are sung.
There is also the claim that they tried to calm the population through a low humming sound emitted from their temples. Most would not consciously hear it and would go about their daily lives less likely to lose their tempers or experience the highs and lows of passion that creates so much difficulty for authorities.
Yet, there is a modern phenomenon now reported in the US and the UK---people have come forward to report a constant low humming noise. Most of the population cannot hear it, but for those that do, it's a misery. So, is this a purely natural phenomenon, one we have yet to understand? Or is someone trying to replicate the ancient technology and has yet to perfect it--after all, crime has not dropped and people are as anxious as ever