Monuments in the Americas and beyond stand as silent testimony to the achievements of ancient technology.
The scope of these mammoth structures has amazed generations.
Could there be some sophisticated knowledge behind the designs? Why would such tremendous effort be made to construct huge mounds in North America, temples in South America, henges in Europe and even the pyramids in Egypt? Especially when research shows that the structures were erected not when times were good, but during desperate times of famine.
Could the need to increase food production be the real purpose behind some, or all, of these structures? These intriguing questions have led authors John Burke and Kaj Halberg on a journey to unravel the mysterious technology behind the ancient megaliths.
The scientific findings revealed in Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty point to the likelihood that these monuments were built for the very practical use of amplifying naturally occurring electromagnetic fields in the earth in order to increase crop yields—a technology that only recently has been replicated by modern science.
Burke and Halberg show evidence that ordinary crop seeds treated with pulses of electromagnetic energy have a greater resistance to stress, germinate and grow faster than untreated seeds.
The same results can be achieved by exposing seeds to the concentrated earth energy at the ancient monuments.
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