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Vibration and natural phenomena at ancient sites affecting brain activity

 

How to study the mind in the archaeological sites. From a number of research studies and our own experience it was observed that some ancient “sacred” sites have a specific affect on brain waves during rites. The frequencies of resonance found at these sites were tested on a group of volunteers in the laboratory of our university. Audiometric tests at the Otorhinolaryngology Clinic were used and the response was measured by EEG. Similar tests on the same group were repeated in an ancient hypogeum in Italy. We found there was a prevalence of frontal areas or occipital (posterior) areas with no predominance of one cerebral hemisphere (left of right) over the other whilst the frequencies were played.  Throughout the experiment some brain areas had also a split of waves, but only in those volunteers who regularly practiced meditation or prayers. Each volunteer had a different sensitivity to all the tones without one tone prevailing, with each exhibiting a strong response to a subjective and personal tone. In the same hypogeum we applied some innovative methods of research to better understand this altered state of mind induced from the vibrations present in that location with very interesting results.
Presentation by professor Paolo Debertolis at Conference "Timeless Greece", Ancient Olympia, Greece; August 28-31, 2016.

Wednesday, 26 April, 2017

 


 

Kanda geoglyph in Macedonia - Aerial survey by SBRG

 

The research was carried out on a geoglyph located in Kanda (Macedonia) by an international team using interdisciplinary methods. The research conducted on two occasions in 2014 was undertaken to establish all potential anomalies in the IS, US and EM spectrum with special attention to anomalies common to sacred sites, but as yet unexplained by standard physics. We conclude the Geoglyph looks to be built on an artificial hill. This hill or mound also appears to be artificial from the aeroplane. The Geoglyph is visible only from the sky and is located in an oval ditch. Some measurements suggest that there is a chamber located below the surface.  Research by different methods (infra-/ultrasound research, AMT measurements, binary algorithm synthesis from audio waves, data sonification and dowsing) also found that at the sacred enclosure primary water is located at the centre or at some point along its major axis. Furthermore, since the soil does not match the surrounding area, it would certainly appear that this mound has been carefully constructed with a specific purpose in mind. What exactly that purpose is remains to be investigated in future.

This video regards the aerial survey, one part of general investigation. All the results were published on international scientific literature in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Tuesday, may 31, 2016

 

 


 

 Archaeoacoustic Mission to South Anatolia - First Part

 

Between October and November 2015 some members of SB Research Group (SBRG) from University of Trieste (Italy) went to South East Turkey for an archaeoacoustic mission. They investigated various archaeological sites with different results in the field of archaeoacoustics. The first part of they research regarded Arsameia and Nemrut Mountain.

Monday, November 30, 2015

 

 


 

New Technologies of Analysis in Archaeoacoustics

 

Presentation at The Second International Multi-disciplinary Conference on The Archaeology of Sound (Archaeoacoustics 2015) by Professor Paolo Debertolis (university of Trieste, Italy). Istanbul (Turkey), 30 Oct - 1 Nov, 2015.

 

Abstract - In 2013 our research group in archaeoacoustics (SBRG) elaborated a new protocol for archaeoacoustics which was able to different researchers to compare the results of their study (SBSA). This protocol uses different devices and method for valuing physical phenomena in ancient sites or resonance created by builders of sacred temples. At the same time we analyzed the effect on the human body of these phenomena by well known methods as electroencephalograpy (EEG) or the emotionality by TRV camera. But in the last two years our archaeoacoustic researches advanced to another step making visible vibration and natural magnetic and electric fields affecting human body until now measured only by microphones or spectrum analyzers or other simple devices. This new methods are based on ultrasensitive digital sensors extended over and below visible light and with computer software able to point out micro variations of the environment. We made visible vibrations and environment micro-movements and it was valued their frequencies by new photograph technologies which add on the same image different frames taking in a lapse of time. It was also possible to make visible electromagnetic fields using the “scattering phenomenon” of the light created by alignment of  steam water molecules with magnetic field not visible by an human eye, but well recognized by computer using a modified camera able to work in UV field. We concluded that all the sacred sites we analyzed have some of these phenomena affecting human body despite the surrounding environment resulting free from these phenomena and we elaborated a new protocol of analysis for archaeoacoustics.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

 

 


 

 Trailer on SBRG archaeoacoustic research

 

Short video presentaion about SBRG researches in Europe. Just for the people who do not know this field of research.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

 

 


 

The enigma of the South West Tower in the Imperial Palace Felix Romuliana, Serbia

 

This video concerns SBRG archaeoacoustic study in the Roman palace Felix Romuliana. The fortified palace Felix Romuliana was built at the end of the third century by the Roman Emperor Gaius Galerius in eastern Serbia. He named it in honor of his mother, Romula, a priestess of the Mother Goddess, Cybele, who resided there until her death. It is possible some of the palaces internal buildings with very specific acoustic characteristics, were dedicated to the mysterious pagan rites practiced by Romula. Photographs and video by Nina Earl, edit by Paolo Debertolis. By SB Research Group in last November 2013.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

 


 

 EM/IS/US research trip to Bosnian Pyramids in 2014 by HSS and SBRG - Preliminary results

 

HSS/SBRG  short presentation in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) by sound engineer of SBRG, Heikki Savolainen from Finland, about ultrasound, infrasound and radiowaves recorded on the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (Visoćica Hill) and Ravne Labyrinth in the last July 2014. Introduction by S. Osmanagić. Camera by Sabrina Miclavcič and Jock William Doubleday. Edit Heikki Savolainen. Visoko, July 30, 2014.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

 

 


 

Systems of acoustic resonance in ancient sites and related brain activity

 

Research was carried out in collaboration with the Head and Neck Department and the Clinical Neurophysiological Unit at the University of Trieste (Italy) to assess the effects of resonance phenomena on the human body. We worked with volunteers who underwent examination by EEG while listening to tones between 90Hz and 120Hz, similar to the resonant sounds found at some Neolithic structures in Europe (England, Ireland, Italy, Malta). As in the study by Ian Cook at the University of California (UCLA, 2008), all of our volunteers were subjected to a "comfortable" volume of sound whilst in the absorbing sound room. This is used for audiometric tests at the Otorhinolaryngology Clinic and has has been modified with suitable software and hardware. This type of room is also protected by a Faraday cage to shield from any possible external electromagnetic interference that could affect the results. After two minutes of silence to evaluate the resting brain rhythm, the volunteers were subjected to the tones of 90, 95, 100, 105, 110, 115, 120Hz arranged in a random way for one minute each. At the end of every cycle they listened to a mantra of the same frequency for a period of two minutes. Technicians examined the EEGs to verify the data collected. They foundthere was a prevalence of frontal areas or occipital (posterior) areas with no predominance of one cerebral hemisphere (left of right) over the other during playing.  Each volunteer had a different sensitivity to all the tones without one tone prevailing (i.e. 110Hz), with each exhibiting a strong response to a subjective and personal tone (90Hz, 105Hz, 120Hz …). This scientific report was presented at Conference "Archaeoacoustics. The Archaeology of Sound", Malta, February 19-22, 2014. Second of two reports on archaeoacoustics by SBRG in Malta.

Monday, August 19, 2014

 

 


 

 

The archaeoacoustic properties of an ancient hypogeum in Cividale del Friuli (North Italy) were studied. A series of experiments took place over a one year period to establish its acoustical resonant properties. A number of male and female singers were used and a resonance of 94Hz and 103Hz was discovered in two of the hypogeum’s six chambers. The best frequency response was obtained when male singers were positioned inside a ‘sound node’ that was discovered in both chambers. The term "node" refers to the point in the interior space of the chamber where the greatest acoustic resonance effect is achieved. Later the effects of a frame drum were studied in one of the two chambers. Although it had an average frequency response of 55Hz, the drum was able to activate the chambers resonance of 103Hz from its harmonics. The research demonstrated the male voice was more successful in stimulating the resonance than a female voice, as the required resonant frequencies commonly fall within the male vocal range. This study demonstrates that archaeoacoustics is an interesting emerging field capable of analysing ancient sites, utilizing different study parameters to those usually used in archaeology. Research in this field is re-discovering lost technology that operates on the human emotional sphere.
This scientific report was presented at Conference "Archaeoacoustics. The Archaeology of Sound", Malta, February 19-22, 2014. First of two reports on archaeoacoustics by SBRG in Malta.

Monday, April 28, 2014

 

 


 

SBRG in Serbia, Felix Romuliana Archaeoacoustics Research

 

In November 2013, our research group and the Museum of Zaječar (Serbia) began a collaboration. Members of SBRG travelled close to the village of Gamzigrad to study the archaeoacoustic phenomena at the Roman imperial palace Felix Romuliana.This is a little synthesis of that mission.

Filming by Nina Earl. Mounting by Heikki Savolainen.

Monday, January 13, 2013

 

 


 

  Preliminary results from Rtanj Mountain region

 

Presentation by Prof.Agg. Paolo Debertolis on archaeoacoustics phenomena found in Rtanj Mountain region (East Serbia) in August 2013 during the experiment organized by Duh Rtnja Association in collaboration with the physics researcher Slobodan Mizdrak (Zagreb - Croatia). English and Serbian languages.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

 

 


 

 Infrasounds and low frequencies on Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun

 

At the end of April 2013 a new mission to Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina), restricted to a few members, concluded the research of SB Research Group about archeoacoustics on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, otherwise known as Visoćica Hill.
The results were very impressive. The whole top of the Pyramid of the Sun seems to emit low frequencies and infrasounds which have a large volume peak, with an apex around 48Hz. The range of these very low frequencies is between 10 and 70Hz.

Monday, July 1, 2013

 

 


 

Infrasounds and low frequencies on Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun

 

At the end of April 2013 a new mission to Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina), restricted to a few members, concluded the research of SB Research Group about archeoacoustics on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, otherwise known as Visoćica Hill.
The results were very impressive. The whole top of the Pyramid of the Sun seems to emit low frequencies and infrasounds which have a large volume peak, with an apex around 48Hz. The range of these very low frequencies is between 10 and 70Hz.

Monday, July 1, 2013

 

 


 

Report by Slobodan Mizdrak at "Hidden History" Conference - Visoko (BiH) September 8, 2012

 

This is the presentation with the title "Bosnian Pyramid: Measured Energy Phenomena" by Paolo Debertolis & Slobodan Mizdrak at Conference "Hidden History" in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) at 8th September 2012 organized by Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation.
This is the second part by the physics researcher Slobodan Mizdrak on the results of April's experiment with EM and US transceivers on the Pyramid of the Sun.

Friday, September 21, 2012

 

 


 

Report by Paolo Debertolis at "Hidden History" Conference - Visoko (BiH) September 8, 2012

 

This is the presentation with the title "Bosnian Pyramid: Measured Energy Phenomena" by Paolo Debertolis & Slobodan Mizdrak at Conference "Hidden History" in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) at 8th September 2012 organized by Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation.
This is the first part by prof. agg. Paolo Debertolis on archeo-acoustics and ultrasonic emissions from structures of Visoko Valley (Ravne tunnels and Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun).

Friday, September 21, 2012

 

 


 

 Results in researches on ultrasound edmissions in Visoko Valley - Part Three

 

On 15th of March 2012, a small group of members of SBRG, in collaboration with Bosnian Foundation of Pyramid of the Sun, has gone to Bosnia once again to collect the "voice" of the Pyramid of the Sun with new advanced instrumentation.

This measuring confirmed not only the presence of a wide ultrasonic beam coming out continuously from the top of the pyramid, already detected in 2011 by our research group by the use of a compander, but, thanks to new equipment, it was also able to record these ultrasounds with greater accuracy.

Thursday, September 12, 2012 

 

 


  

Results in researches on ultrasound edmissions in Visoko Valley - Part One

 

 In Winter 2010 some members of SBRG, in collaboration with Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation went to Bosnia once again to collect the "voice" of the Pyramid of the Sun with new instrumentation for ultrasounds.
This measuring confirmed the presence of a wide ultrasonic beam coming out continuously from the top of the pyramid.
Filming by Valeria Hocza, Editing by Paolo Debertolis, Edited by Nina Earl.

Thursday, September 12, 2012 

 

 


 

Ravne's tunnels in March 2012

 

Overview of current situation in the Ravne’s tunnels after the arrival of vandals in January who destroyed the electrical system. You can see the visit in the dark of a group of members of SBRG in activities in tunnels for their researches on archaeo-acoustic. Filming by Alexandra Korvenheimo.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

 

 


 

 Interview by Croatian National Television (HR2) to Lucia Krasovec Lucas

 

Here you can find her inteview by Croatian National Television after conference ICBP2011 in September 2011 in Visoko. In English language or subtitles in English.

She speaks about mapping and conformation of Ravne’s tunnels at minute 06:40

Thursday, 15 March, 2012

 

 


 

 Interview by Croatian National Television (HR2) to Debertolis and Savolainen

 

Here you can find our inteview by Croatian National Television after conference ICBP2011 in September 2011 in Visoko. In English language or subtitles in English.

We speak about two our discover: ultrasounds and structure below soil in Ravne’s tunnels.

Thursday, 15 March, 2012

 

 


 

 Experiments on resonance phenomenon in Ravne’s tunnels

 

Among  measurements made in this week of January 2012 on electromagnetic phenomena and  emission of sounds and ultrasounds in Ravne’s tunnels, the most fascinating and suggestive experiment was undoubtedly the phenomenon of "resonance" still present in those sections of the tunnels in which  excavations or safety measures haven’t heavily modified the original structure.
The experiment was performed to find out the level of voice frequency producing a sound response in the whole structure.
For this reason, together with our team, we have collaborated  with professional harmonic singers who tried to create resonance within the tunnels.
The method of the recordings was mainly based on the air-recording of the voices of the singers by means of stereo microphones Sennheiser . At the same time, the response of the tunnels' resonance was assayed with highly sensitive microphones Hydrophones, placed in the water on the bottom of the tunnels and connected to another recorder (Marantz and Zoom recorders).

Filming and editing by Paolo Debertolis. January 2012

Thursday, 8 March, 2012

 


 

Exotic Energy of Pyramids - ICBP2011

 

The original title of presentation is: "Exotic Energy by Pyramids" by Davor Jadrijevic (Croatia) -- independent researcher, recent member of SB Research Group (SBRG).
Performed at ICBP2011 conference about Bosnian Pyramids.

Filming by Cristiano Toffoletti. Editing by Paolo Debertolis.

Wednesday, 25 October, 2011

 


 

SBRG - Research compilation video - June & July 2011

 

Synthesis of researches and discoveries by SB Research Group at Bosnian pyramids in June and July 2011.
In it: Paolo Debertolis, Semir Osmanagić, Richard Hoyle, Sara Acconci, Ajdin Ahmetspahic, Lucia Krasovec Lucas, Davor Jadrijević, Heikki Savolainen, Axel Drioli, Vincenzo Di Gregorio.

Editing by Heikki Savolainen and Richard Hoyle.

Saturday, 22 October, 2011

 


 

Discoveries and study of structures found in Ravne’s Labyrinth – ICBP2011

 

The original title of presentation is: "Archaeological study for the restoration of the structure found below the present floor of  Ravne’s Labyrinth and discovery of the underground artificial water accumulation” by Sara Acconci.

In front of the recovery needs of a newly discovered archaeological structure will set many problems for its protection and saving. In particular, it is necessary not to cause damage to the structure with an excavation carried out incorrectly or not meaningful. In the second part of report the description of new section of Ravne’s Labyrinth found in November 2010 and explored in early part of 2011.

Performed at ICBP2011 conference about Bosnian Pyramids. Filming by Andrea Venturini. Editing by Paolo Debertolis. The abstract is here

Tuesday, 27 September, 2011

 


 

Analysis of the structure recently found in Ravne’s Labyrinth - ICBP2011

 

The original title of presentation is: "Topographical survey and analysis by GPR for the structure recently found in Ravne’s Labyrinth” by Paolo Debertolis and Lucia Krasovec Lucas.

In the case of Ravne’s tunnel proceeding to remove the earth that filled them, we realized that this solution could be conceived by the builders or by those after them to protect and hide better something placed below the current floor or inside the walls. In this way we have identified an anomaly at about 90 meters from the entrance whom we represent in this report in its features and even through this study may be more easily brought to light.

Performed at ICBP2011 conference about Bosnian Pyramids. Filming by Andrea Venturini. Editing by Paolo Debertolis. The abstract is here

Tuesday, 27 September, 2011

 


 

Ultrasound Emissions by Bosnian Megalithic Structures - ICBP2011

 

The original title of presentation is: "Research of Ultrasound Wave Emissions by Megalithic Structures in Visoko Valley" by Paolo Debertolis and Heikki Savolainen.

Two different types of methods of research have achieved the same results, because we have confirmed the presence of ultrasounds emitted from the apex of the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon, the Tumulus of Vratnica and within Ravne’s Labyrinth.

Performed at ICBP2011 conference in Visoko about Bosnian Pyramids. Filming by Andrea Venturini. Editing by Paolo Debertolis. The abstract is here.

Wednesday, 21 September, 2011

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Part Two

 

 


 

 We have good results in our researches

  (Imamo dobre rezultate sprovedenih istraživanja)

 

Short interview to prof.agg. Paolo Debertolis by Bosnian press agency Sens Servis Agencija during ICBP2011 conference.

Friday, 9 September, 2011

 

 


 

 Press Conference before ICBP2011 introducing Acconci, Debertolis and Dona

 

Press conference performed before ICBP2011  by Sara Acconci, Paolo Debertolis and Klauss Dona introducing search results that will be explained during the conference. In English and Bosnian language.

Wednesday, 7 September, 2011

 

 


 

 Walking out from Ravne tunnels

 

Video produced by the sound engineer of SBRG, Heikki Savolainen, during surveys of infra and ultrasound emissions in the period April - June 2011 in Ravne's labyrinth. The video demonstrates the complexity of the structure similar to a maze typically shaped to ellipse arches.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

 


 

Preliminary Bosnian Pyramids Ultra/Infra Sounds Emission Investigation

 

Video produced by the sound engineer of SBRG, Heikki Savolainen, during surveys of infra and ultrasound emissions in the period April - June 2011 in Ravne's labyrinth, on the top of the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Video in English.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

 

 


 

Interview to prof. Paolo Debertolis on Bosnian Pyramids (english subtitles)

 

Short interview by the journalist Andrea Covre to prof. Paolo Debertolis about Bosnian pyramids and activities by SBRG, part of regional news program on RAI 3 (Italian national television) "Good Morning Region" of the Friuli - Venezia Giulia on June 14, 2011

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

 

 


 

 DOBRODOŠLI - Visoko Express

 

Video presentation of the area of Visoko (Bosnia - Herzegovina) within the interdisciplinary report with collaboration of Visoko’s Museum "The Design of History" at the IXth International Forum "Le Vie dei Mercanti - SAVE Heritage", Aversa / Capri 9-11 June 2011.

Author: prof.ssa Lucia Krasovec Lucas (Politecnico di Milano)

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

 

 


 

Bosnian Pyramid Ultra/Infra Sonic Emissions Investigation 2011

 

SBRG visit Visoko to carry out their preliminary investigation of the Bosnian Pyramid sonic energy emissions.

Filmed by R Hoyle

Thursday, June 2, 2011

 


 

Pyramids of Bosnia - Entering into new section of Ravne's Labyrinth

 

During the last research on Bosnian Pyramids in December 2010 we entered into the just discovered new section of Ravne's labyrinth too.
This video is a short report of scouting.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

 


 

Pyramids of Bosnia - Ravne's maze - SB Identity

 

This is a strange phenomenon that we observed in December 2010 after opening the new section of tunnel Ravne. These small clouds of fog that formed suddenly and move independently, without following the flow of air.

Thursday, 9th December 2010

 

 


 

 Pyramids of Bosnia - Drawing up and measuring in Ravne's maze

 

During the last visit to the maze of Ravne in December 2010 we made several measurements.
Highest radioactivity appeared after the emergence of one SBI, but within normal limits. The magnetic fields were absent in all Ravne's maze. We also designed a new map of the tunnels.

 

Monday, 13th December 2010

 

 


 

Bosnian Pyramids - Ravne's tunnels under the Pyramid of the Sun - Megalite one-ton

 

This is a short video taken in November 2010 by scientific expedition from the University of Trieste (italy) who is studying the phenomena of radiation and magnetic fields associated with the megaliths of Ravne's tunnel . The video is taken from Dr. Valeria Hocza, scientific assistant, and tries to identify the megaliths that are under study.

Sunday, 7th November 2010

 


 

Bosnian Pyramids - Ravne's tunnels under the Pyramid of the Sun - Later parts opened

 

This is a short video taken in November 2010 by scientific expedition from the University of Trieste (italy) who is studying the phenomena of radiation and magnetic fields associated with the megaliths of Ravne's tunnel . The video is taken from Dr. Valeria Hocza, scientific assistant, sets out the later parts of the tunnels opened and the discovery of a room which gives access to 6 other tunnels.

Sunday, 7th November 2010

 


 

 

 

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