Lift A Piece of Paper With Your Voice!
► This is NOT suction -- I'm exhaling!
► Make a sound like "whooooo".
► Experiment with the size of the paper.
► Try changing the pitch and volume -- not too loud!
► It is very similar to singing -- don't force it!
► You make the sound mostly with the shape of your lips. The larger the opening of your mouth, the better.
► Basically, I learned how to do this in a short time. To get the desired results, it helps to practice -- just don't strain yourself.
Why not give it a try!
Granted, this is just an itty-bitty, little piece of paper.
BUT, consider what sorts of things you could levitate with the right kinds of strong, focused, vibrational frequencies...
Megaliths, perhaps? Could this be how they built the pyramids?
Imagine the power of many, combined human voices -- including musical instruments!
There are also mechanical sounds and sounds we can't even hear!
Fundamentally, we are dealing with Sacred Geometry. Everything is vibration -- it's all about sound!
I wanted to know how the voice could be used to lift objects. Then, I found Henry Kroll's video. He gives a great scientific explanation and demonstration. I was so inspired, I thought I'd attempt it myself -- it really works!