It doesn’t take much to stimulate the human body’s electro-magnetic circuitry; a small change in the local environment is enough.
People who visit ancient temples and megalithic sites often describe experiencing a strange sensation. The standard explanation is that such feelings are nothing more than a “wow” factor, the result of visual stimuli from the overwhelming impression generated by megalithic constructions, such as stone circles, ancient temples, and pyramids.
But the cumulative evidence suggests otherwise, that megaliths and other ancient sacred places are actually attracting, storing, and even generating their own energy fields, creating the kind of environments where one can enter an altered state of consciousness.
Generating Energy Fields
In 1983, a study was undertaken by engineer Charles Brooker to locate magnetism in sacred sites. The test subject was the Rollright stone circle in England. A magnetometer survey of the site revealed how a band of magnetic force is attracted into the stone circle through a narrow gap of stones that act as the entrance.
The band then spirals towards the center of the circle as though descending down a rabbit hole. Two of the circle’s western stones were also found to pulsate with concentric rings of alternating current, resembling ripples in a pond.
The analysis led Brooker to state how, “the average intensity of the [geomagnetic] field within the circle was significantly lower than that measured outside, as if the stones acted as a shield.”
‘The average intensity of the [geomagnetic] field within the circle was significantly lower than that measured outside, as if the stones acted as a shield.’
— Charles Brooker, engineer
Such discoveries help us decipher what the ancients were up to when they built megalithic structures.
At the Temple of Edfu in Egypt there is a wall featuring what amounts to a recipe for establishing a space that differs energetically from its surrounding landscape—a temple.
The instructions describe how certain creator gods first established a mound and “pierced a snake” to the spot, whereupon a special force of nature impregnated the mound, which led to the construction of the physical temple.
The symbol of the serpent has always been a culturally shared metaphor of the Earth’s meandering lines of force, what scientists refer to as telluric currents.
Controlling the Laws of Nature
It seems ancient architects had a fine degree of control over the laws of nature, because a 2005 study of energy fields in and around Avebury, the world’s largest stone circle, shows how its megaliths are designed to attract a ground current into the site.
The study was performed by the late John Burke, who published his results in his book, “Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty.”
Electrodes planted at Avebury reveal how its circular ditch breaks the transmission of telluric ground current and conducts electricity into the ditch, in effect concentrating energy and releasing it at the entrance to the site, sometimes at double the rate of the surrounding land.
Magnetic readings at Avebury die away at night to a far greater level than can be accounted for under natural circumstances. They charge back at sunrise, with the ground telluric current from the surrounding land attracted to the henge just as magnetic fluctuations of the site reach their maximum.
Burke also found that the stones of Avebury are deliberately placed and aligned so as to focus electro-magnetic currents to flow in a premeditated direction using an identical principle to modern atomic particle colliders, in which airborne ions are steered in one direction.
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