The Tomb of Sabu was thought to have been active during 3100-3000 BC and belonged to Pharaoh Anedjib’s kid. Walter Bryan Emery uncovered stone blades, arrows, a few metal artifacts, some schist fragments, and, regrettably, a very unusual disk that remained inexplicable until lately.
This disk, which measures around 61cm by 10cm, was suitably called the Sabu Disk after its discovery. It’s constructed of metasiltstone and is pretty delicate.
Scientists recently concluded that it may have been utilized as a tool to direct and manage the megalithic energy that ancient civilizations had access to 5,000 years ago.
According to this idea, the disk would essentially function as a passive emitter, similar to how your phone would function in a resonator.
The Sabu Disk has three lobes, which are thought to be the primary transmitters of the wave’s energy modules.
These energy waves are thought to interact with the cosmic microwave background of space, giving the equipment more energy over time.
The Sabu bowl, for example, is thought to generate reverberation wave energy in the physicochemical properties of silicon’s Si-O bonds. Water is the secret element that holds everything together.