Wilpena Pounded by shock waves?

Wilpena Pound transmutationFor those interested in electromagnetic geology the Wilpena Pound in Australia is a mightily impressive and interesting geological feature.

Looking at Wilpena Pound in the large scale and the Flinders mountain range it is part of, they curve sharply in what looks like impossible geology.

But what does this strange ridged natural amphitheatre and the surrounding area look like closer up?

Wilpena Pounded into formation?

Wilpena Pound cymatics
As the Electric Geology theories and tool kit increases slowly over time, geology formations also change and perhaps are slowly revealing themselves.

A more detailed view of the area seems to show possible features such as shock wave geology patterns, structures and electrical material sorting or transmutation.

Andy Hall's ideas of Arc Blast geology would certainly be a good mechanic to help explain it. Why and how are there tight curves?

Would Michael Steinbacher's ideas of mountains being created by a duning like process also be an alternative possible explanation to consider for some parts or all of it?

Could a combination and number of events such as plasma shock waves, cymatics, harmonics, transmutation of elements and material, aggregation/sorting help to try to start to understand what might have happened in an Electric Universe?

Could just one event and one process create the whole Flinders Range and Wilpena Pound?

Does nature form and prefer certain shapes and always try to create appropriate energy structures whenever it can? No matter if it is geology, atoms, elements, compounds, plasma, life ...

The Flinders Range contains some of the most unusual geological formations in Australia. Indications of gigantic electric arcs are unmistakable ...

Within Wilpena Pound is the Edeowie Gorge. A striking example of vitrification can be found there, since the gorge reveals sheets of pale yellow glass buried under the sandstone overburden. The glass is extremely pure with no admixture of soils or mineral inclusions, very much like the Egyptian “desert glass” that is found in the Great Sand Sea near the Libyan border. Both glass deposits also contain dark wisps of iridium and tiny bubbles of cristobalite – features that point to the application of exceptionally high temperatures when the glass was created.

... Taken together, the fused sand, the scalloped edges of the ridge surrounding Wilpena Pound, the iridium, the raised rim, the curvilinear gullies and the other geological anomalies all point to electrical activity as the causative agency for its creation.
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Thanks to Trevor and Juan for sending the photo of Wilpena Pound triangles and mentioning its frozen shockwaves.