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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
The quick way to know if you are on a linear concentration of sound is to see if you can get resonance with one of the higher harmonics that are in the audible range.
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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
Hi Edmond. Thanks for your thoughts. There are two generally agreed sources for these energies. One is the inner core and the other is from the interacting magnetic fields between the sun and earth that cause the Birkeland currents. The latter lead to Ground induction currents and these seem to travel in grid systems near to the surface of the Earth both below and above ground. Some people refer
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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
Hi Michael. Yes I have done some research in the Song lines and their dream time sites and how they hum their way across the deserts following the songlines. Interestingly the tune they use is the same all along a line although the story changes and if you follow another songline it is the same but a different tune. It is as though the tune has a connection to the line. My theory is that when you
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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
Fine thanks Susan. Just busy. Have posted answer on Facebook, The Article page and now this one
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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
Hi Seasmith. I am sure that, in regards to your obvious current level of knowledge on the subject of transducers, you are smart enough here to realise the full implications behind my statement in the article. It is for that reason that this is a highly confidential area so I am unable to give you the precise information you would like. However I am quite happy to point you in the direction of the
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1 year ago
thegeobiologist
Hi Seasmith Thanks for your question. Tracking these linear features can initially be done with maps inside your house in two ways. Either by extending known lines into the unknown areas or by looking for related features in unknown areas. Related features are typically areas of relative high ground. This is ground that is noticeably higher than its surroundings. A single 100 foot hill stickin
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