Megalithic sites are fascinating because not only are they mysterious from an engineering perspective—just how were they built?—but they also conceal secrets as to their very purpose for being constructed! Just who built these sites and why? Mainstream archeology and science believe they have the answers to these questions. But why does it seem like there’s more to these ancient marvels than meets the eye?
During my internet wanderings, I stumbled upon a great article on Ancient Origins written by Freddy Silva about megalithic stone sites. Here are a few interesting excerpts:
It doesn’t take much to stimulate the human body’s electro-magnetic circuitry, in fact a small change in the local environment is enough to create a change in awareness.
People who visit ancient temples and megalithic sites often describe such a sensation. The standard explanation is that such feelings are nothing more than a ‘wow’ factor: the result of visual stimuli from the overwhelming impression generated by megalithic constructions such as stone circles, ancient temples and pyramids.
But the cumulative evidence proves otherwise: that megaliths and other ancient sacred places are actually attracting, storing, even generating their own energy field, creating the kind of environment where one can enter an altered state of consciousness.
Interesting stuff to say the least, but there’s more:
In 1983 a comprehensive study was undertaken by engineer Charles Brooker to locate magnetism in sacred sites. The test subject was the Rollright stone circle in England. A magnetometer survey of the site revealed how a band of magnetic force is attracted into the stone circle through a narrow gap of stones that act as the entrance. The band then spirals towards the center of the circle as though descending down a rabbit hole.
Two of the circle’s western stones were also found to pulsate with concentric rings of alternating current, resembling ripples in a pond.The analysis led Brooker to state how, “the average intensity of the [geomagnetic] field within the circle was significantly lower than that measured outside, as if the stones acted as a shield.”
Such discoveries help us decipher what the ancients were up to when they built megalithic structures. At the Temple of Edfu in Egypt there is a wall featuring what amounts to a recipe for establishing a space that differs energetically from its surrounding landscape — a temple. The instructions describe how certain creator gods first established a mound and ‘pierced a snake’ to the spot, whereupon a special force of nature impregnated the mound, which led to the construction of the physical temple.
Jacob and the Ladder Into Heaven
In my first post, I discussed the “portals” that open every 8 minutes between the Earth and the Sun as observed by NASA, but what if it was all true, and there really are doorways in certain places leading somewhere else? Oddly enough, Jacob’s dream at Bethel in Genesis 28 involves—you guessed it—a stone. Picking up the story in verse eleven:
11 When he reached a certain place, he stopped for the night because the sun had set. Taking one of the stones there, he put it under his head and lay down to sleep.
Ok seriously, who sleeps with their head on a stone—there must be a reason for this? Then, in verse twelve:
12 He had a dream in which he saw a stairway resting on the earth, with its top reaching to heaven, and the angels of God were ascending and descending on it. 13 There above it stood the Lord…
It would seem that a conduit or portal was opened so that angels could come and go between Earth and Heaven. Could it be that Jacob was led by the Lord to that place so he could lay down and experience a heavenly visitation?
Later, in chapter 35, Jacob returns to the same place and is again visited by God:
9 After Jacob returned from Paddan Aram, God appeared to him again and blessed him.
The Lord then renames Jacob and leaves him from the same place:
13 Then God went up from him at the place where he had talked with him.14 Jacob set up a stone pillar at the place where God had talked with him, and he poured out a drink offering on it; he also poured oil on it. 15 Jacob called the place where God had talked with him Bethel.
Interesting that Jacob builds a stone pillar at that same place from—one can only assume—the stone(s) that were mentioned in Genesis 28:11. Without going into exhaustive detail, there are other cases in the bible where God chose certain places to appear to people.
Are Portals Real?
I understand that much of this sounds New Age, and that’s probably because those who subscribe to that discipline are the ones who would be most interested in the phenomena. However, one cannot deny the simple fact that these megalithic sites—many of which are thought to be tens of thousands of years old—would seem to have been built with more in mind than just stellar observation. If Charles Brooker’s magnetic survey is to be believed, it would seem the builders of these structures were attempting to build and / or open gateways and portals.
Visually, the magnetic survey results mentioned above bear a striking resemblance to the pattern seen during the Norway Spiral event in 2009 which was witnessed by hundreds if not thousands and photographed from northern Norway and Sweden. According to the New Scientist and Christian Science monitor, the event had visual features of failed flights of Russian SLBM RSM-56 Bulava missiles, and the Russian Defense Ministry said shortly after that such an event had taken place on 9 December.
I personally witnessed a similar though less spectacular event myself in southern California (which was witnessed as far away as Arizona and New Mexico) one night in 2015 and I must admit it was quite shocking and unsettling to experience. I grew up in south Florida and saw my share of Space Shuttle launches and I can tell you I have never seen rocket propellant glow with a blue hue and persistently stay lit of its own accord at night (even accounting for city lights—of which southern California has far more).
For any doubters who may agree with the “military rocket test launch” cover story, I encourage you to watch verified nighttime rocket and shuttle launches and tell me if you seen any glowing blue or yellow smoke as was witnessed during these and other similar events. I’ve seen explanations range from the type of fuel in the rockets to something called twilight phenomena. However, both of these events occurred well after twilight hours and would not have experienced that phenomena. Furthermore, military tests near highly populated areas such as these would seem inadvisable for obvious reasons.
Whatever these events were, they captured people’s imaginations and again had many dreaming of the stars, UFOs and—most importantly—the supernatural. Humans have an inborn desire and longing for the supernatural because we have been fearfully and wonderfully made by a supernatural God!
Giant Blocks of Stone
It would seem as if giant blocks of stone are just—well—giant blocks stone. In most cases, this is the truth. Upon further examination however, it appears these behemoths were moved—in some cases hundreds of miles—to their final resting places for a good reason. Many of these stones had high concentrations of crystal (very conductive of electromagnetic energy) and were placed in very particular locations. Just listen to what Freddy Silva has to say:
An exhaustive investigation into the Carnac region of France, where some 80,000 megaliths are concentrated, reveals a similar spiritual technology at work. At first the leading researcher, electrical engineer Pierre Mereux, was skeptical that megalithic sites possessed any special powers.
Mereux’s study of Carnac shows how its dolmens amplify and release telluric energy throughout the day, with the strongest readings occurring at dawn. The voltage and magnetic variations are related, and follow a phenomenon known as electric induction. According to Mereux, “The dolmen behaves as a coil or solenoid, in which currents are induced, provoked by the variations, weaker or stronger, of the surrounding magnetic field. But these phenomena are not produced with any intensity unless the dolmen is constructed with crystalline rocks rich in quartz, such as granite.”
His readings of menhirs reveal an energy that pulsates at regular intervals at the base, positively-and negatively-charged, up to thirty-six feet from these upright monoliths, some of which still show carvings of serpents. Extreme pulsations recycle approximately every 70 minutes, showing that the menhirs charge and discharge regularly.
Mereux also noticed how the voltage of standing stones in the Grand Ménec alignment diminished the farther away they lay from the stone circle, which itself behaved as a kind of condenser or concentrator of energy.
The composition of the stones and their ability to conduct energy was not lost on Mereux and others. Being very high in quartz, the specially chosen rocks are piezoelectric, which is to say they generate electricity when compressed or subjected to vibrations. The megaliths of Carnac, positioned as they are upon thirty-one fractures of the most active earthquake zone in France, are in a constant state of vibration, making the stones electromagnetically active.
It demonstrates that the menhirs were not planted on this location by chance, particularly as they were transported from 60 miles (97 km) away, because their presence and orientation is in direct relationship to terrestrial magnetism.
Ancient Mysteries traditions around the world share one peculiar aspect: they maintain how certain places on the face of the Earth possess a higher concentration of power than others. These sites, named “spots of the fawn” by the Hopi, eventually became the foundation for many sacred sites and temple structures we see today. What is interesting is that each culture maintains that these special places are connected with the heavens by a hollow tube or reed, and by this umbilical connection the soul is capable of engaging with the Otherworld during ritual. However, it also allows a conduit for the spirit world to enter this physical domain.
What Conclusions Can We Draw?
From the information shared above, which is by no means exhaustive, two major conclusions can be drawn: one, many ancient megalithic structures were built with a greater purpose in mind than simple stargazing, and second, it would seem that certain types of stone and stone arrangements are conducive to the supernatural. I am not saying I have all the answers and I can’t 100% prove everything written in this post, but what I am saying is this: there is more to this world and everything in it than meets the eye.
Until next time, God bless you and may you be more aware of the hidden things in your life!