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Ancient Man Used “Super-Acoustics” to Alter Consciousness (... and speak with the dead?)
"Sound in a Basso/Baritone range of 70 – 130 hz vibrates in a certain way as a natural phenomenon of the environment in the Hypogeum, as it does in Newgrange passage tomb, megalithic cairns and any stone cavity of the right dimensions. At these resonance frequencies, even small periodic driving forces can produce large amplitude oscillations, because the system stores vibrational energy. Echoes bounce off the hard surfaces and compound before they fade. Laboratory testing indicates that exposure to these particular resonant frequencies can have a physical effect on human brain activity."
sound  archaeoacoustics  history  neuro 
4 weeks ago by warrenellis
Found Objects: Landscape and Perception
"A research project investigating the sonic properties of the rock outcrops at Preseli in SW Wales, source of the original bluestones transported to Stonehenge."
history  archaeoacoustics  geo 
january 2011 by warrenellis

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