Egyptian pyramids were carried out using sound
According to many sources, ancient Egyptians used sounds during the construction of the pyramids and other huge structures. However, as described in many textbooks, the construction of slaves, ropes, blocks, etc. was made possible.
Of course, all this is because there is no data with the help of sounds that can be achieved such miracles. It seems that the levitation of sounds was observed and studied in Tibet by Henry Kjellson.
He described how Tibetan monks used pipes and drums to lift stones, but he also described the whole process to the smallest details: how they were, what they sang, how many people there were, etc.
According to Kelson, all ancient civilizations knew how to use sound levitation. No wonder Maya has reached outstanding heights in its construction.
Construction of the Egyptian pyramids
However, more than a century has passed since Kielson’s explanation, and children in school still receive a different version.
Floating on a Wave of Sound – Acoustic Levitation
Many countries, including Russia, have shown that Kielson’s theory is indeed possible. In addition, Japanese scientists at the University of Tokyo demonstrated Yun Rekimoto, Takayuki Hoshi and Yoichi Occhiey to the world how the use of sound waves can move small things in space. Even NASA and other space agencies are interested in this kind of technology.
However, the pyramids were still built by 100 thousand slaves by hand …
Building the pyramids from quarried stone blocks
One of the biggest problems encountered by the early pyramid builders was the need to move huge amounts of stone. The twelfth dynasty tomb in Djehutihotep has an illustration of 172 men drawing an alabaster statue of him on a sled.
The statue is estimated to weigh 60 tons and Denys Stocks estimated that 45 workers would need to move a 16,300 kg (35,900 lb; 16,3 t) lubricated block, or eight workers to move a 2,750 kg (6,060 kg; 2.75 ton) ) block. Dr. R H G Parry has proposed a method of rolling the stones using a cradle-like machine that had been excavated in various new Kingdom temples.
Four of these items could be mounted around a block so it could be easily rolled. Experiments conducted by Obayashi Corporation, with concrete blocks 0.8 meters (2 feet 7 inches) square by 1.6 meters (5 feet 3 inches) long and weighed 2.5 tons (2500 kg; 5,500 lb), showed how 18 men were able to pull the block over a 1-in-4 ascent ramp, at a rate of 18 meters per minute (1 ft / s).
Egyptian pyramid construction techniques are the controversial subject of many hypotheses. These techniques appear to have evolved over time; later pyramids were not constructed in the same way as before. Most of the construction hypothesis is based on the belief that huge stones were carved from quarries with copper chisels, and these blocks were then pulled and lifted into place. Disagreements mainly relate to the methods used to move and place the stones.
In addition to the many unresolved arguments about construction techniques, there have been disagreements over the type of labor used. The Greeks believed many years after the event that the pyramids must have been built by slave labor. Archaeologists now believe that the Great Pyramid of Giza (at least) was built by tens of thousands of skilled workers who camped near the pyramids and worked for a salary or as a form of tax payment (fee) until construction was completed, pointing to worker cemeteries discovered in 1990 by the archaeologists Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner. For the Mid Kingdom Kingdom Pyramid of Amenemhat II, there is evidence from the king that foreigners from Canaan were used.
Pseudoscientific theories have spread in the vacuum of official design explanations.
according to: Wikipedia