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Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments
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Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments
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Mysterious Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments
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Quote:...It showed a collection of musical stones - lithophones - from a museum in Paris. Man-made lithophones have been found all over the world, but not in southern Colorado. Martorano finished the video, picked up some of the stones she'd spent so much time with and tapped on them.

And then once I tapped on them, I thought, wow. Maybe I'm the first person who's ever heard these in a thousand years or something. And that's when I realized you really have to hear them. That's when you believe it...

Ancient man using stone for instruments is pretty cool. Knowledge or resonance and sound is fascinating to me.
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That's pretty cool. I guess I've seen some stone bowls that will ring, but I didn't realize that lithophones existed. Checking out youtube for videos, that's pretty cool.
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LunaC  Wrote: (09-25-2018 12:52 AM)
Mysterious Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments
https://www.npr.org/2018/09/16/647184207...nstruments
Quote:...It showed a collection of musical stones - lithophones - from a museum in Paris. Man-made lithophones have been found all over the world, but not in southern Colorado. Martorano finished the video, picked up some of the stones she'd spent so much time with and tapped on them.

And then once I tapped on them, I thought, wow. Maybe I'm the first person who's ever heard these in a thousand years or something. And that's when I realized you really have to hear them. That's when you believe it...

Ancient man using stone for instruments is pretty cool. Knowledge or resonance and sound is fascinating to me.
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Thanks for posting, OP. I'd never heard of these before.

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LunaC  Wrote: (09-25-2018 12:52 AM)
And then once I tapped on them, I thought, wow. Maybe I'm the first person who's ever DONE THIS .

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SillySquid  Wrote: (09-25-2018 12:59 AM)
That's pretty cool. I guess I've seen some stone bowls that will ring, but I didn't realize that lithophones existed. Checking out youtube for videos, that's pretty cool.



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Cool. Ancient xylophone.

When I was very little, maybe 3 years old, I saw a xylophone and asked for one. So they got a little toy one for me. Instantly, I knew how to play it. Must have been a past life talent.
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LunaC  Wrote: (09-25-2018 12:52 AM)
Mysterious Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments
https://www.npr.org/2018/09/16/647184207...nstruments
Quote:...It showed a collection of musical stones - lithophones - from a museum in Paris. Man-made lithophones have been found all over the world, but not in southern Colorado. Martorano finished the video, picked up some of the stones she'd spent so much time with and tapped on them.

And then once I tapped on them, I thought, wow. Maybe I'm the first person who's ever heard these in a thousand years or something. And that's when I realized you really have to hear them. That's when you believe it...

Ancient man using stone for instruments is pretty cool. Knowledge or resonance and sound is fascinating to me.
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Cool story!

Weak dig tho. Haha
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1dunno1 everything in nature has a frequency or resonance. And one of the keys to working with these energies is being able to communicate. :thumbup

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Albrecht Bear  Wrote: (09-25-2018 01:28 AM)
Thanks for posting, OP. I'd never heard of these before.

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