Ringing rocks are rocks that have the property of resonating like a bell when struck.
Mr. Tellinger demonstrates the acoustic properties of stone artifacts from the ruins in South Africa. Here are the videos on his alternative theory regarding the African stones resonating sound, vibrations and possibly free energy in our ancient past?
In 2012 Tellinger founded the Ubuntu Party in South Africa, based on his principles of contributionism. He took part in the 2014 National Elections in South Africa.
Michael Tellinger is a South African author, archaeologist and politician. In 2005 he published a controversial book called The Slave Species of God based on the writings of Zecharia Sitchin.
The extremely hard hornfels stone, which Tellinger believes was brought to the area for the express purpose of creating the monuments, has rich tonal qualities and vibrant musicality. In the show, Tellinger demonstrates various examples of these incredible acoustic stones.
Michael Tellinger shows some of the ancient and fascinating artifacts that he has collected in his small museum in Waterval Boven, Mpumalanga, South Africa. The museum contains hundreds of artifacts that defy explanation in conventional circles but show the physical evidence of a vanished civilization in South Africa over 200,000 years ago involved in gold mining and a knowledge of using sound as a source of energy. This is all connected to the electronic measurements taken in the stone circles and Adam’s Calendar that clearly show huge amounts of EM energy and sound frequencies reaching over 300 GHz. This points to a knowledge that we have yet to acquire creating Free Energy devices using the resonant frequencies of Mother Earth itself – probably what Nikola Tesla did as part of his great discoveries in the early 1900s. Each stone circle is still an active free energy device giving us huge amounts of sound energy ranging from 10 – 300+ giga hertz and over 110 deci bells.
Michael Tellinger gives a demonstration how the stones from the ruins ring like bells, by constructing a quick and simple stone xylophone.
Education: University of the Witwatersrand.
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