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Ancient corbelled niches resemble natural atomic amplifiers

corbelled niche of Queen's chamber
Egypt - Caesium is used in Atomic clocks due to it’s “cubic hopper crystalline structure”.

This geometry acts as a natural amplifier and has the ability to narrow an incoming microwave wavelength into a very specific frequency. Today, atomic clocks measure ‘Time’ based on energy ‘stepping up’ into a higher energetic state.

In the 1970’s discovered that as a pebble is dropped into water, the radiating rings can be calculated based on a specific ‘cube root’ () where the 5th ring’s diameter becomes the first ring’s circumference showing an increase in energy states from one to the next and how nature’s propagation of energy works. Read more