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solomon levi
03-06-2012, 03:11 PM


03-08-2012, 01:45 AM

According to legend, the stones themselves built the Holy Temple in the days of King Solomon. In the Book of Kings it is written : "For the house, while it was in the building, was built of stone made ready at the quarry; and there was neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron heard in the house while it was being built."[1] The midrash tells us: The stones moved of their own accord; they flew and rose up by themselves, setting themselves in the wall of the Temple and erecting it."[2]

According to another tradition (according to the opinion of R. Judah), it was a little worm called the shamir who readied the stones, so that the stones emerged hewn from the quarry, ready for placement in Solomon's Temple. Solomon remembered the biblical injunction: "....if you make me an altar of stone, you shall not build it of hewn stones; for if you lift up your tool upon it, you have polluted it."[3] The tools of iron symbolized the sword, the instrument of war and death, while the altar and temple were the symbols of peace and life. Solomon desired that not only the altar, but all the stonework in the sacred temple be made ready at the quarry without using any metal tool or instrument

IMO this has more to do with an acoustical tool used to fashion and quarry stones and fit them with seemless precision without the use of human hands, an lost art that engineers even today cannot replicate or even begin to explain, it pertains to high masonary but not necessarily to alchemy...Leedskalin obviously knew this practice, the "worm" is an invisible rotating current of some kind put out by the device, the practice hinges on a specific tonal frequency that entrains the material within its field, this field is then taken out of phase directed by the mind of the operator who is holding the shamir, this causes the entrained rock to split from the parent rock with better than laser precision, the stone is then acoustically levitated into place. Other cultures many have had other customs to acoustically levitate rocks, its wyrd that my research into this subject I renewed only a few days before this thread originated, thanks for this Solomon it gives my research another avenue to explore.

Heres another interesting article accounting for alleged acoustic levitation throughout the world and across time to build the greatest monuments to civilization, part of this article also lends some credence to my notion that sonic entrainment along with psychokinesis is a would be avenue.http://www.coralcastle.com.au/Tibetan.html