Fieldnotes: Short Articles and Field Reports

Bowl-like Caverns of Megaliths
January 20, 2011 | by Miroslav Provod

Bowl like or pan like caverns that were dug into surfaces of megaliths in horizontal, vertical or skewed orientation are one of many mysteries associated with megaliths. They are located across the whole globe in great quantities. For example, thousands of such caverns dug into stone blocks were found only in Australia. Their purpose would be easier to find if we first get to know the physical fundamentals of this phenomenon on similar examples in present age or the middle ages.

Every underground or over ground water flow produces static charge. This is formed according to the well known physical phenomenon due to the friction of water molecules with the rock base or the pipe in which the water flows. After this I can continue only by assuming yet unknown properties of static charge, which have come out of long empirical research.

Every piece of matter has its specific charge, which spontaneously changes its magnitude due to the effects of other charges. In case of water flows and other charges the static charge produced by friction increases not only the charge of water but also the charge of other matter. The value of charge of the water flow equals the sum of both charges.

If we place a rock into the charge of the water flow its charge increases by an amount that equals the amount of charge of the water flow. If we cut a cavern into the surface of the rock that we fill up with water the water slowly takes over the energy of the rock. If we take the water away from the cavern of the rock the water will slowly lose its gained energy – it will be absorbed by other surrounding charges.

If we summarize the phenomena described above we get a piece of knowledge that explains why there were caverns being cut into megaliths. It has to be emphasised that the transfer of energy between the charges takes place not only by direct contact of auras of both charges but also by contact of their zones. The caverns were cut into megaliths (a rock placed into a source of greater charge increases its charge and becomes a megalith) for the purpose of people having access to energetic water even further from the water flow. When this water was consumed it increased their bodily charge.

This explains the use of the caverns that could be filled with water. The caverns that were placed in vertical locations function in a different way. However, this is also in accordance with known physical laws. The function of the parabolic shape of the cavern could be compared to parabolic mirrors of reflectors that channel and amplify the energy of the rock into one place where the charge of human body can also gain energy.

At present age we use the energy of water flows in much more complicated way. We visit spas due to the curing properties of water that springs on the surface. For the same purpose people have visited many places during pilgrimages since middle ages.

The explanation of the caverns in rocks stated above may have a negative effect on the distribution of mineral sparkling waters. A sparkling water that may be bought in plastic bottles does not have any energetic charge anymore. It contains only minerals it gained in the surroundings through which it flowed. The charge of water of different magnitudes is easy to create and it is also easy to add various kinds of minerals to the water. It can be expected that a device that will create energetic mineral sparkling water will belong to the accessories located in every kitchen.

Like in other cases, the caverns in megaliths gave us new pieces of knowledge that do not agree with the current view of history. What needs to be explained is who coordinated the whole action with caverns. According to the current view of history people at different continents did not know about each other. Even if there could have been a contact between them the overcoming of the language barrier is not yet explained. The hundreds of thousands of megaliths that are located across the whole globe prove that it is the end of the wrong stories. I think that it would be beneficial if we stop making the megalithic culture a ritual and calendar propriety and instead of that if we state that some historic realities are still located outside of the scope of current science. This will be largely necessary for further research.

The new knowledge about static electricity resulting from the research of megaliths seems like a great hint not only for the research of ancient cultures but also for several other fields. In addition, we can expect further findings of the unknown properties of static electricity.

I remind the importance of the four attributes of static electricity, which I describe in dozens of articles at

1 - Each material has a charge with three energy components (aura, zones, and interzones).
2 - When auras of two or more charges come into contact they merge into one common charge with common energy components.
3 – By merging charges into a joint charge, there is a gradual equalizing of their energetic potentials.
4 - During the equalizing of energetic potentials there is also a transfer of chemical properties.

Miroslav Provod



Megalithic Battle Grounds

An interesting article by  Bekh-Ivanov  Dmitri piqued my interest. In it he proposes that the megaliths of Carnac were placed to collect driftwood.  In my opinion this is a rather "expensive" means of collecting flotsam in terms of labor and materials involved. Some were quite large and transported from quarries of great distances to their strategic locations.  Like the author,  I believe the stones had a utilitarian function.  Their locations and orientations, I propose, have more to do with defense lines against an enemy who wielded bows and projectile weaponry.  Not unlike today the cost of war must have consumed a large portion of  the economy.  The stones themselves resemble lines of soldiers, standing abreast and in rows. Often the broadest plateau  of the stones were oriented to provide the largest surface area of coverage from incoming weapons.  Archers could still shoot out between and duck to safety.   Angles in dolmens could also then be explained as fox holes in the face of an arched enemy whose weapon would be launched on an arched trajectory.  Covered in earth and grass they would have provided camouflaged areas to lay in ambush . Return fire could be shot out from behind metholithic lines which make for  formidable shields.  Semi-circle configurations provide  a cone shaped field of defense against invaders. They were often placed along ridges and slopes of shorelines. Notches and holes might also have been used as sites for aiming and protection simultaneously.   In essence they were fox holes and trenches.
Certainly ancient megaliths around the world were used for a myriad of  purposes; shelters, calendars, ritual centers, and burial grounds. Perhaps some of the dead had been slain in battle, a fitting resting place for ancient infantry and warriors.  It must have seemed that way also to the descendants who sometimes used these sacred stone areas to bury their dead, though they had long forgotten who built them or why they were there.  Magical giants might seem a reasonable explanation to the distant children of the builders .  Climatic calamities could have pushed increasing hoards of displaced peoples into ancient arable lands.  They may have been refugees or aggressors on boats with powerful bows and deadly projectiles.  This may have necessitated an expensive military defense response.  Refugees of wars in distant places, wars to procure and protect decreasing resources. Cultures with bows have been depicted for ages throughout the world.  Further more, if they were designed for ceremony might they not have been a bit more aesthetically pleasing?