Bosnian Pyramid & New Physics Coast to Coast AM Tuesday, 28th December 2010
Guest host Rob Simone (email) welcomed David Wilcock for his analysis of the Bosnian Pyramid (video clips) and other ancient monuments, as well as his new physics theory of how they were built by “altering” matter. There is a prevalence of ancient structures around the world aligned on the same grid, he said, citing such examples as the 1,776 pyramids on the Philippines’ Chocolate Hills, the earthen mounds built by the Mound Builders in the United States, and the lost pyramids of Italy. Pyramids have also been discovered in China, but the government there has been secretive about them, he added.
There are anomalous and healthful benefits from pyramids, said Wilcock, noting they have been associated with reducing radioactivity, and in Russia, where a pyramid was built, the arid land around the structure became more verdant, including the growth of ferns that were thought to be extinct. Pyramids’ effects are connected to gravity, which is pushing down from the sky, he explained. “Gravity is a river of energy flowing into the Earth…and that energy can then be harnessed by building a funnel-like shape,” causing gravity’s fluid energy to swirl and create a vortex current, he continued.
As to the mystery of how some of the great pyramidal structures were built, Wilcock theorized that a frequency and vibration technology was used to alter the stone blocks’ molecular structure, so they would become softer and lighter to move. He also addressed climate change happening in the solar system, on such planets as Saturn, Venus, and Mars, as well as how the Maya may have been tracking in their calendars, the times when astrophysical portals were opening.
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