The water was pushed via the Sphinx into the Great Pyramid under great pressure and filled up the lower part of the interior system. After closing the water supply a special return valve fell back into its closed position and ensured that a strong vacuum could emerge above the water surface inside the hermetically sealed pyramid. In accordance with physics, the water starts to boil without the application of heat and the complete interior system of the pyramid will be filled with the water vapor thus formed. The process is now preparing for the next step, which is the confluence of the elements Water and Air; the influence of vibration on water molecules.
The element Air
The number of vibrations or changes in air pressure, per unit of time, is expressed in hertz (Hz) and audible as sound to the human ear from around 16 to 16,000 hertz. The science that deals with the study of sound is called acoustics and an important element of such is the influence of a given space on sound and sound reverberation. Researchers and visitors to the Grand Gallery and King's Chamber inside the Great Pyramid experienced, and still experience, an extraordinary reverberation of sound resulting from the resonance of sound waves, which is not an accidental feature. The dimensions of the King's Chamber are carefully chosen in order to create a standing or stationary wave as a result of the phenomenon of sound resonance. The corresponding frequency is called the resonant frequency for such a specific space or object.
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