Mytholithics: Mongolia

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Why and what are the associated mythology with the Mongolian Singing Stones (lithophonic rocks), the stones found in the Qiemu’erqiek Cemeteries? (direct link to PDF), the Deer Stones of Mongolia of the Altai people? Are they representations of plasma mythology and events in an Electric Universe? The stone statues in the shapes of people are …

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Tears of Allah (singing stones part 3)

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This is an English translate from a Chinese article on the Singing Stones of Altay Mountains Mongolia and the Qiemuerqieke Cemeteries (Qiemu’erqiek cemetary) Xinjiang China. Read parts 1 and 2. Are these ringing rocks (also known as sonorous rocks or lithophonic stones) natural geology that produces musical rocks, are they from a meteorite or were …

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Singing stones, China (part 2)

Singing Stones Altai Qiemuerqieke Cemetery China

This is an English translate from a Chinese page on the topic of the Singing Black stones near the Altai Mountains in Mongolia and the Qiemu’erqiek Cemeteries, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Part 1 and 3 have more on these musical Mongolian rocks, a subject known as lithophonic rocks and lithophones. Are these sonorous stones …

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Singing stones, Mongolia (part 1)

Black Singing Stones Altai Xinjiang, China musical

The main text below is from the introduction of a Chinese documentary called Stone man – Guardian of the soul (video loads very, very slowly) – about the Qiemuerqieke Cemeteries in Xinjiang China/Mongolia, and the Singing Black Stones of Altai, Mongolia. Are these singing stones (also known as sonorous rocks) from a fallen meteorite. Or …

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