Ancient temple energies. Symbols and floor labyrinth patterns as an analogue of fractal antennas

It is believed that most ancient temples and churches initially had nothing to do with religion. These were structures of ancient energy, communications, or even buildings for healing. Perhaps these were dual or even triple-use objects, combining many functions.

There are a number of structural parts in temples and cathedrals that are almost identically used in modern electronic components. As a starting example, we can bring forward the analogy with fractal antennas and Christian crosses.

Fractal antennas come not only in the form of conductors on boards, but also in the form of volumetric antennas. Only with different so-called iterations (complexity of construction).

The term “fractal” is translated from Latin as partial, divided, fragmented. This is a set of self-similar figures. Fractals can be represented as complicating the geometry of simple geometric shapes with similar forms.

Some forms are used in the theory of constructing fractal antennas in modern transceiver devices. Such a complex geometric design of fractal antennas allows one to obtain a number of advantages over conventional antennas.

Transfer a large amount of data in a short period of time, improved broadband performance. A fractal antenna is the optimal solution when the antenna must be designed for a specific operating frequency, have good characteristics specifically for this range, and respond poorly (or not at all) to frequencies in the non-operating range.

Modern fractal antennas are high-frequency and compact because all electronics are becoming digital and shrinking in size.

Let’s return to the crosses. A certain fractality appears on them, but these patterns can also be called decoration.

It turns out that the temples themselves could be accumulators of charge and electricity. The antenna in the form of a cross on the temple may be a modulating device and a transmitting and receiving device. But where was the signal transmitted or received from?

There is an idea that an amplified signal from Schumann resonance frequencies was created in the temples. A certain frequency was received by a fractal cross antenna. Now there are low-frequency harmonics on Earth. Perhaps in the past they had a completely different, higher frequency and the temples amplified them and the parishioners felt it.

Imaginably, temples were place for attuning a person, places for correcting his condition. And then, already during the times of religious cults, this was called attunement with the Creator, God.

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Now the highest harmonic of the Schumann resonance frequency of 32 Hz can only affect the lowest chakra of a person. That’s why we are so down to earth and material. The higher chakras in the head area are not active, the brain is asleep.

There is information that the Earth should soon move to higher vibrations. It is possible that this will be connected precisely with the resonances of Schumann frequencies. Then people’s consciousness will begin to expand and awaken. Now the majority live in a state of biorobots, unable to look beyond their physiological needs. You can generally remain silent about human cognitive abilities. Comparing and analyzing 5-7 facts in your mind is the most difficult task for most.

It is possible that it was feasible to enhance the Schumann resonance frequencies with simpler, but also fractal designs. Metal threads were woven into temple symbols and they were the same fractal antennas. Then, the modulated signal in them interacted with the human biofield and influenced the rhythms of the brain.

Strange labyrinth floor patterns in ancient European cathedrals

Chartres Cathedral, built in the 13th century in the Gothic style, is located 55 miles southwest of Paris. It may have been rebuilt and reconstructed many times. 

The stone ornament in the center of the hall is made in the form of a labyrinth which was created at the same time as the cathedral – in 1205. Wikipedia writes the following about it:

The labyrinth symbolizes the believer’s path to God and is still used by parishioners for meditation. There is only one way through this cathedral labyrinth. The size of the labyrinth practically coincides with the size of the window rose of the western facade, and the distance from the western entrance to the labyrinth is exactly equal to the height of the window. The labyrinth has eleven concentric circles, the total length of the path through the labyrinth is approximately 260 meters.

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Something is ringing bells that the stones in this labyrinth are not blocks of different rocks fitted to each other, but a pouring of liquid or plastic rock. In other words, ancient concrete. 

Pay also attention to some metal pins cast into the mass in the center of the ornament (where the person is standing).

Such a labyrinth is not the only one in the ancient cathedrals of Europe. In the north of France, in the city of Amiens there is another Gothic cathedral: the Cathedral of Notre-Dame of Amiens. This is also a 13th century cathedral. Inside it, on the floors of the hall, a similar labyrinth is made:

The clergy did not just arrange the chairs for the parishioners. They hide the ornament around the labyrinth. And this ornament is not simple. These patterns were also used in Baalbek buildings. 

Perhaps the floors in Amiens Cathedral are not so ancient, because they are in excellent preservation and condition. The labyrinth is made of marble slabs and the marble should wear out in over 1000 years.

The next Gothic temple with a labyrinth in the floors is Reims Cathedral in the French city of Reims. The cathedral is also from the 13th century. There are few photographs inside the cathedral, and there are practically no labyrinths itself. One of the ones found:

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These are the most famous temples with labyrinth-like floor designs. 

A lesser known is the one of Basilica of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy.

What’s strange about these labyrinths? Well, the pattern is in the floors. So what? Historians and clergy consider this simple symbolism, this is how the path to God was depicted. Let’s leave this opinion for those who are satisfied with it.

To have a drop of doubt that such ornaments were made in churches and cathedrals for a reason, just look at the fractal “labyrinth” antennas of modern transmitting and receiving devices.

Absolute coincidence! Why did radio engineers shape the antennas exactly like the labyrinths in French Gothic cathedrals? As a fact, the shape of antennas on electronic boards and in cathedrals is determined by the general physical principles of signal reception or emission.

If in a modern device the main requirement is to efficiently receive and transmit a signal, then what about a cathedral? Maybe the cathedral transmitted a signal somewhere, which was induced in the labyrinth antenna, or, conversely, received it?

But the floors are stone, not metal. The principle can be explained as follows: vibrations from the air from prayers, singing of parishioners through the piezoelectric effect in the stone could be modulated into an electrical signal and it would already spread further. The architecture of the cathedral could first amplify or modulate this sound signal of prayers due to acoustics into a resonant frequency for the stone floors. We are implying some short of connection with God, information space or connections between cities or even countries.

In electronics, helical structures are used not only as antennas, but also as inductors, the so-called planar or film inductors.

It is clear that they are not made at random; the geometry is calculated depending on the required characteristics. Capacitance and inductance in electronics are the main characteristics of elements after resistance.

If we continue the analogy that ancient temples and cathedrals are objects associated with communication, healing or energy, then the labyrinths in them could be one of the elements in the overall scheme, working on similar physical laws, like modern electronics. The only question is the scale and strength of the signal. The semiconductor base of electronics is crystals plus electricity. The geometry and architecture of temples and cathedrals could use the same laws of signal amplification and modulation, only on a macro scale.

Now we have rediscovered these laws in electronics. And then, it is so highly specialized that it is impossible for the average person to compare what has remained from ancient times with modern achievements.


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