The King's Chamber, in which a procession of visitors have noted unusual effects, and in which Tom Danley
detected the infrasonic vibrations of the earth, is, in itself, a mighty transducer.
In any machine there are devices that function to make the machine work.This machine was no different.Though the inner chambers and passages of the Great Pyramid seem to be devoid of what we would consider to be mechanical or electrical devices, there are devices still housed there that are similar in nature to mechanical devices created today.
These devices could also be considered to be electrical devices in that they have the ability to convert or transduce mechanical energy into electrical energy.You might think of other examples, as the evidence becomes more apparent.
According to Boris Said, who was with Tom Danley
tests, the King's Chamber's resonated at a fundamental frequency and the entire structure of the King's Chamber reinforced this frequency by producing dominant frequencies that created an F sharp chord.Using large amplifiers F sharp is the frequency that is in harmony with the earth.Said claimed that the Indian Shamans tuned their ceremonial flutes to F sharp because it is a frequency that is sacred to mother earth.
Testing for frequency, Tom Danley
placed accelerometers in the spaces above the King's Chamber, but I do not know whether he
went as far as checking the frequency of each beam.Said said something in his
interview with Art Bell that may be some indication of where Danley
was heading with his
said that the beams above the King's Chamber were, like baffles in a speaker. Further research would need to be conducted before any assertion could be made as to the relationship these holes may have with tuning these beams to a specific frequency.However, when we consider the characteristics of the entire granite complex, along with other features found in the Great Pyramid, it seems clear that the results of this research will be along the lines of what I am theorizing.
Without confirmation that the granite beams were carefully tuned to respond to a precise frequency, I will infer that such a condition exists in light of what is found in the area.While I have not found any specific record of anyone striking the beams above the King's Chamber and measuring their resonant frequencies, there has been quite a lot written about the resonating qualities of the coffer inside the chamber itself.The coffer is said to resonate at 438 hertz and is at resonance with the resonant frequency of the chamber.This is easily tested and has been noted by numerous visitors to the Great Pyramid, including myself.