Sound Can Move Particles – Did Miriam’s Song Part the Seas?

Ultrasound or ultrasonography is a medical imaging technique that uses high frequency sound waves and their echoes. The technique is similar to the echolocation used by bats, whales and dolphins, as well as SONAR used by submarine.

Look up any article on the subject – and you’ll find an explanation for how ultrasound works. Here’s a great article to explain to you How Ultrasound Works.

Recent research also proves how sound waves can move particles. This includes water droplets.

The researchers demonstrated their system’s applicability in several experiments. In one test, they brought two water droplets together, combined them and then separated them again. They also illustrated what can happen when a solid particle comes in contact with a water droplet: in one case, an instant coffee particle dissolved in the water particle; in another experiment, a particle absorbed the droplet.

It’s a known fact that the ancients used sound as scientific, engineering and spiritual tools. The field of acoustic archaeology deals with this very issue.

So if the modern researchers proved sound moving matter – why would it be too far fetched to consider that the prophetess Miriam and her consorts would have used their voices and drums to part the seas?

What do you think would happen if we consciously joined human voices together in this same way?  I’ve got an idea…. share it with you soon.

In the meantime, I want to hear from you!



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