I was referring to work from the Astraea site on ancient sound technology. I remember in November you and Ted sharing some thoughts with me on ancient cave art and sound, etc., that was known work from the internet, not private or secret research. I looked back to check. Perhaps the reference to the Astraea site was unfamiliar but the post you mention below sent to Ancient Waterways was a link that is Dr. Steve Waller's. The same person you brought up in at least two emails to me. My post, in full, that you are referring to includes:
"Ted and Chris from AWS would be well familiar with this quote from
the Astraea site and I know have been doing some exploration of this
avenue of research:
... Many of the contributors are guests of Astraea's free online
radio program found at: www.astraeamagazine .com The articles include:
Steven J. Waller Ph.D ----Archaeoacoustics: Echoes inspired prehistoric
cave paintings and canyon petroglyphs. .. and have been working together on this intriguing subject which interests me far more than my own longterm engagements with Sound Healers Association.
The November email you sent referred to your and Ted's intercommuncations re: a gathering in Iowas for the Equinox and a November email you sent me was called
Thanks for sharing that earlier. I should not have assumed you knew theAstraea site but this did raise an interesting opportunity to parallel Steve Waller's Rock art site that you, Ted, and myself were discussing. I'd not brought this up at the site but know that several other members at Ancient WAterways have a strong interest in ancient rock art and sound/or sound technology.
I worked with Jonathon Goldman and Sound Healers Assoc. , but that does not ally closely with Ancient Waterways, earthworks, stoneworks. But, C hris, this other rock art and archeoaccousics, does. Just now brought to mind excellent scienfic sound reserach I recall from new member Bernard Pietsch's web site that he has done with another member of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Society Board, Paul Horn. Ben mentions it on his web site, but I shall insert a separate post on that with different heading. So it can be easily accessed with past and future work on the ancient Nile and design, ancient technologies in relation to the Great Pyramid of Giza at this site here.
Chris, I hope this refreshes earlier conversations on the subject, Chris. You oftentimes provide this site with excellent insights, fine information, and grace us with very astute 'braincells' .
--- In ancient_waterways_ society@yahoogro ups.com, "Chris Patenaude" yacrispyubetcha@ ...> wrote:
Susan :-D hi!
Ted and Chris from AWS would be well familiar
with this quote from the Astraea site and I
know have been doing some exploration of
this avenue of research
What quote? Which research? This is the first i have become aware of
the Astraea group and activity. My, it sounds like a hog-waller of
fantastically fun mind candy and mental feasting! But as i've
mentioned, living in a tiny, rural village and unable to have any
regular DSL speed fast enuf to 'stream' anything (double sigh, even
something as delicious as OOPA LOOPA, dang it!) my knowledge of these
web-radio programs as a genre is quite literally nil.
Which research topic now are you gracing my brainscells with being
familiar with? (wink) greetings to all,
> --- In ancient_waterways_ society@yahoogro ups.com, "Susan"
> beldingenglish@ wrote:
> > Here is a main link for the The Best of Astraea, by Astraea Web
> > and book:
> > http://books. google.com/ books?
> id=LDTPvbXLxgQC&dq=jjames+scherz+ beaver+is\
> > land+lake+michigan&source=gbs_summary_ s&cad=0
> > <http://books. google.com/ books?
> id=LDTPvbXLxgQC&dq=jjames+scherz+ beaver+i\
> > sland+lake+michigan&source=gbs_summary_ s&cad=0>
> > Then on Table of Contents same page, click on the link: The Great
> > Island Stone Circle and Map Stone, by the author of the Dragon in
> > Lake)....the work of Dr. Jim Scherz and the late Archie Eschborn of
> > Rock Lake Research Assoc. is mentioned.
> > Ted and Chris from AWS would be well familiar with this quote from
> > Astraea site and I know have been doing some exploration of this
> > of research:
> > ... Many of the contributors are guests of Astraea's free online
> > program found at: www.astraeamagazine .com The articles include:
> > J. Waller Ph.D ----Archaeoacoustic s: Echoes inspired prehistoric
> > paintings and canyon petroglyphs. ..
> > .. and have been working together on this intriguing subject which
> > interests me far more than my own longterm engagements with Sound
> > Healers Association.
> > Am just in the door from work this AM, heading for bed. One more
> > announcing our new co-host next, then off for a long winter's nap.
> > Susan
> > --- In ancient_waterways_ society@yahoogro ups.com, "judi_rudebusch"
> > <judij@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Ted,
> > >
> > > It was the first photo of the article that interested me- as one
> > > see the stoneholes in that rock. The other photo looks like a
> > > not hole. I am hoping to connect with someone who has better views
> > > and other observations. Also, a good gps reading.
> > >
> > >
> > > Judi
> > >
> > >
> > > --- In ancient_waterways_ society@yahoogro ups.com, "judi_rudebusch"
> > > judij@ wrote:
> > > >
> > > > HI,
> > > >
> > > > Can anyone give me the latitude/longitude readings for this
> > > > mentioned in Susan's post? If there is anyone who I can contact
> > > > more info on the stones (holed ones specifically) , thanks.
> > > >
> > > > Judi
> > > >
> > >