Monday, November 19, 2007

Logan Stones: Call For Renaissance-Level Research

Logan stones

"Logan stones are heavy stones that are located around the world in the same
way as menhirs, dolmens and other megalithic structures. Their speciality is
the fact that they aren't in contact with the subsoil by a surface, but only
by a point. Some of them are balanced in a way that wind swings them. In
other cases, rocks are placed onto a few smaller stones. A similar placing
could also be found with dolmens, where a top desk is placed on top points
of stones. The placing onto small surfaces isn't coincidental but has its
foundation. In my previous articles on , where I'm
writing about properties of cosmic energy, I'm stating the conditions under
which the flow of energy occurs. Matter could gain energy, it could be in a
balanced state or it could be losing energy. The construction of Logan
stones wasn't coincidental, the energetic loses were higher than the gains
in their locations and therefore it was necessary to minimize loses in a way
that the contact surface of the rock with the subsoil was minimized. The
same technology was used by the constructors of mounds and other clay
ramparts, who separated the matter of the rampart from the subsoil by
organic matter. In the case of Logan stones the matter of the rock is
separated from the subsoil mainly by an air gap.

This could easily be understood, but it's much more complicated in the case
of Logan stones that are swung by the wind. Balancing of such a heavy rock
was much labored and this must have had a significant reason. I was looking
for the answer by doing experiments. I connected a sphere made from red
granite that weighed 6 kilograms to a tree branch by a two meters long
string and swung it for fifteen minutes. I was surprised when I then
identified the energetic gain of the granite sphere - I measured its aura
having two meters in radius. I repeated the same experiment a number of
times in other places always with the same result. This proves that Logan
stones gain further energy by the swinging motion. This and previous
experiments show that the motion of matter could also be a source of cosmic
energy in other cases. It will be interesting to invigorate this phenomenon
in other cases.

I think that the time to correct our present opinion about the technical
level of prehistoric civilizations has come. Hundreds of thousands of
accumulators of cosmic energy (menhirs, dolmens, Logan stones, clay ramparts and
other megalithic constructions) located around the world hint that they
couldn't have been built by primitive peoples. On the contraries, we aren't
able to understand the purpose of megalithic constructions, which is
highlighting the forwardness of early cultures. If we think about it in a
way that the direction of their technical development could have been
different from ours it will induce an increased interest in further research
in this field."

November 2007

Miroslav Provod

Odin entering Valhalla riding on Sleipnir, welcomed by a Valkyrie as depicted on the 8th century CE Tängvide image stone.

Less is known about the role of Odin as receiver of the dead among the more southern Germanic tribes. The Roman historian Tacitus probably refers to Odin when he talks of Mercury. The reason is that, like Mercury, Odin was regarded as Psychopompos, "the leader of souls".

[Sadly,] Odin was also a god of war and the wild hunts he led were often for a woman, who is captured or killed, or for a moss maiden [or Hamadryad].

Image and caption credit: Wikimedia Commons. With thanks.


Nikola Tesla (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Тесла) (1856 – 1943)



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