Structures that altered sound and mind. Share | LincolnGenghis posted:4/6/2012 6:29:37 PM Wow after reading this one it sounds possibly like an early version of a Pink Floyd concert. Structuresweldkatom posted:4/6/2012 7:53:25 PM Id wager that they were "under the influence" of some naturally occurring mind altering substances as well. As a species there is nothing we like better than getting wasted and having a right old knees up!!LincolnGenghis posted:4/6/2012 8:25:16 PM Yep add some hippie drugs , some rhythmic tones at the right frequencies, get everybody into an altered state of mind in one of those complexes and anyone running the thing could become an instant cult leader. (If they were used like that)LincolnGenghis posted:4/6/2012 8:27:09 PM Well maybe I am being cynical about it. Maybe the buildings were used for more pure uses.weldkatom posted:4/6/2012 8:34:51 PM I believe they were probably used to initiate people into certain belief systems,just as religious buildings are used today. Once said person has been brainwashed successfully they do what they are told.Maybe thats cynicism too.weldkatom posted:4/6/2012 8:44:25 PM Hey Linc or should I call you "missing",check this link out. http://hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com/category/great-pyramid-of-giza/LincolnGenghis posted:4/6/2012 9:10:04 PM I checked it out, I think I am need of a beer now. OMG the quote from the article below says it all. LOL Its sure a good thing they used (Telepathy) mind reading to move the blocks. That would be much better then the easy way of doing it with Psychokinesis. God who the hell wrote that? If anybody sees Ice Wolf tell him to go check out the link, it might keep him busy for a while. " The masters used telepathy, in combination with a type of caduceus coil, to move these stones into place from the top down. Then, high-frequency, Ultra-Violet sound waves were used to electro-magnetically fuse the massive blocks of stone together"weldkatom posted:4/6/2012 9:11:44 PM Entertaining stuff,lol! Please log in or become a member to add a post.