Ep 48 – Sound of the Stones | Maria Wheatley

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Author and expert on standing stone circles, earth energies and dowsing, Maria Wheatley, guests on The Gray Escape podcast. Maria discusses ley lines and the hidden knowledge that was rediscovered in the 80’s. She explores whether our ancestors may have been able to ‘hear’ the stones and use them for healing. Natalie talks about sound healing and the magic of the perfect fifth!

Natalie and Maria also ponder Acoustic Levitation (is this how our ancestors created the stone circles?) along with the surprising revelation of just what NASA used for its own experiment in Acoustic Levitation! If you want to understand more about how our ancient ancestors understood the metaphysical and physical properties of standing stone circles such as Avebury and Stonehenge, you’re in for a treat!

Additional resources:

As discussed in this episode, here is a video on NASA’s Acoustic Levitation experiment, done in 1987.

For an AMAZING video on the effect of sound on water, click here!

Another article on sound being used to levitate pharmaceuticals!

For more on Maria Wheatley, visit her site.


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Natalie Gray is an artist and comedienne who had an extraordinary experience in 2012 that inspired her to research alternative topics and theories, including sound healing, quantum physics, and the idea that we are living in a Holographic Universe. For Natalie's art and comedy please visit http://nataliegray.com

2 Responses to “Ep 48 – Sound of the Stones | Maria Wheatley

  • So glad to see you’re back! I really enjoyed the episode, & I’d just like to throw out one possibility for how ancient people may have been able to pick out which types of stones to use for specific purposes and then how to arrange them: a highly developed geomagnetic sense. It’s possible that this sense has atrophied over time since we stopped relying on it for navigation, and possibly for locating ground water or other things. Or maybe the sense was stronger in Neanderthals &/or Denisovans, and it declined as it was bred out of populations who once had closer ties to them.

    The idea came to me from watching & listening to various researchers discussing their findings about the magnetic alignment of adjacent stones at places like Carnac in Brittany. How did they sense the polarities? The mind boggles if you think about all of the possibilities an enhanced magnetic sense opens up. What if it could be used in more suble and intricate ways, similar to the way we use our sight for reading? Information could be encoded in megalithic sites in ways we aren’t even imagining yet.

    To take this line of thinking waaaay out there, think along the lines of Peruvian shamans who say “the plants taught us” the recipe for ayahuasca out of the tens of thousands of available plants. What if ancient humans with a strong magnetic sense started experimenting with arrangements of different types of stones in certain locations, initially just because it felt good or slightly altered their consciousness, then over time “the stones (or the earth, or hey, how about the sun, moon & stars) taught them” how to do more and more elaborate things with stone and geomagnetic hotspots, ultimately culminating in the pyramids? It makes for a fun thought experiment, if nothing else.

    Here’s an article about new research into human magnetoreception:

    I’d love to see some research into all of the possibilities, like whether current nomadic or aboriginal populations have a stronger magnetic sense, and if so, how do these people react to megalithic sites or even raw materials like the blue stones or different types of granite? How do they react to the piezoelectric effect of different sound frequencies reacting with quartz? And on & on…

    • Thanks for the great and in-depth comment, really appreciate it. Love your theories and will check out the link! Thank you again so much for listening!! Cheers!

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