Many sources claim that Ancient Egyptians used sound to construct the pyramids and other large structures. According to many textbooks, however, slaves, ropes and bricks made it possible.
This is because there isn’t any data to prove that sound can cause such miracles. Henri Kelson seems to have investigated sound levitation in Tibet.
He detailed how Tibetan monks used pipes and drums to lift boulders, but he also described the entire procedure in minute detail — how they stood, what they sang, how many people there were, and so on.
Kelson claims that all ancient cultures knew how to use sound-levitation. It is no surprise that the Mayans reached incredible heights.
But, Kielson’s explanation has been more than 100 years old, and children are still taught a different version of the story at school.
Many countries, especially Russia, have proven that Kielson’s idea is possible. Yun Rekimoto (Takayuki Hoshi) and Yoichi Ozchiey (Tokyo University) showed how sound waves could be used in space to move small objects. This technology is also being studied by NASA and other space agencies.
However, 100 000 slave armies were able to build pyramids manually.