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The levitating stone of Shivapur

Davidc

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I ready my video camera as the men surround the rock.

They stoop, place the index finger of their right hands under the rim of the rock, count to three, and then bawl, "Qamar Ali Darveeeesh!" The stone, like a living thing, flies up in the air, a foot above their heads. Caught off guard, I frantically move my video camera upwards to keep it in focus. The men scatter as it falls to the ground with an enormous thud. I take a deep breath. Thite turns to me, incredulous. "It didn't vibrate," he says, "but it was light! Light as Styrofoam!"

On the second attempt, I capture it on film. Once again, the stone leaps skywards well beyond the men's fingertips, spins and, as they dodge out of the way, it crashes to earth.

http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j24/daventcgc/floatingstone.jpg

http://www.margaretdeefholts.com/levitatingstone-shivapur.html

 

ndboarder

Well-known member
They stoop, place the index finger of their right hands under the rim of the rock, count to three, and then bawl
Get enough people and all throw your hands upward, wouldn't be too hard to throw that rock up there, nor would it be very heavy to anyone.

 

nodle

Administrator
They stoop, place the index finger of their right hands under the rim of the rock, count to three, and then bawl
Get enough people and all throw your hands upward, wouldn't be too hard to throw that rock up there, nor would it be very heavy to anyone.
That's exactly what I was thinking.

 

Davidc

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This would be getting more to the heart of the matter:

So could all those people lift that stone manually without all the

falderal? Or does the stone only become susceptible to lift when the

chanting and finger touching is done?

Could the determinant be the mass of the object, the size, the

composition, the SHAPE, or a combination of these?

What if we have missed this because of the confusion from religious or

superstitious claims associated with it...just wonder and amazement as a

sign of god, when in fact, it is very simple, very elementary physics of

a different order than we currently know (but are beginning to suspect).

This case is another PRIME CANDIDATE for the 'gravitational spider'

effect where the distortions of the matter waves from the stone are

being REDIRECTED so that EITHER the background wavefronts are cancelled

to produce a lesser or zero gravity effect, OR, a very low level version

of the spider is produced.

The distinction has to be made because when dealing with gravity

control, we have three options;

1) increasing the weight of a mass

2) nullifying weight so the mass sits there but with zero weight,

IT DOES NOT RISE INTO THE AIR, it just balances with incoming

gravity and is literally light as a feather

3) decreasing the weight of a mass to cause it to levitate and ASCEND

with a speed dependent on the amplitude/intensity of the spider

a) a weak spider effect would produce a floating balloon type

drift upwards

B) a stronger spider would make the mass rise with great speed

and 'lifting' power

The quickie page for the spider explanation is at;

http://www.keelynet.com/spider/b-120dec.htm

 

ndboarder

Well-known member
They stoop, place the index finger of their right hands under the rim of the rock, count to three, and then bawl
Get enough people and all throw your hands upward, wouldn't be too hard to throw that rock up there, nor would it be very heavy to anyone.
Perhaps I should've read the article prior to posting this as the author apparently had 12 people try to do so and they were unable to lift the rock more than waist high...

 
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