When we think of sound, we usually think of music or ambience, but ancient Tibetan history teaches us to think of it as a tool first.
Sound has always been an important part of most cultures, including ancient civilizations, but recent research indicates that sound may have played a larger role in our history than previously believed.
You’ve heard of the ancient Egyptians, and you’ve probably also heard of the theory of common slaves, ropes and blocks.
Even though this has been disproved many times in the past, historians all over the world prefer to believe this pretty little lie rather than widen their field of vision and acknowledge the true reality.
Henri Kelso and his experiment with Tibetan monks has exposed us to the real truth. Tibetan monks, he claims, have been using sound as a way to move objects for a long time.
He also believed that, at one time or another, all ancient civilizations used sound levitation to build massive structures.
His hypothesis has had such an impact that several Russian experts and historians have begun to investigate it, hoping to uncover the mysteries of the past simply by expanding their field of vision.