Drilling round, triangle, and star holes in Granite.

Sonically drilling geometrics in stone.

Jeffrey Appling GJG (GIA)

I used to think power came from great explosions (an outward force full of fire). Explosions pushing pistons, bullets and grenades blasting out projectiles at high velocities, high speed rotating diamond drills, giant bulldozers, and red hot rocket fuel to the Moon, right? ….. Wrong!

Completely wrong


A large explosion does not equal great force. There is another force that supersedes the external, look inward.

The above Tahitian Pearl pendant by Loc Huynh was carved by a power driven rotating grinding disc and the onyx gem in the bad ass bullet ring made by Jeff (me) was created by a power driven rotating flat lap grinding disc (faceteing machine). This is nothing more than scratching and polishing one abrasive with another. Cool to wear but primitive technology.

My understanding changed in 2018 when I saw images of what our ancient ancestors had created in stone. There is an internal force invisible to our eyes that supersedes that of the external.

Below (copied off the internet) are images of a star hole in Granite (Norway), large limestone cores (Cave Di Cusa, Sicily), and a red granite core (Egypt)
The shape of the metal tube dictates the shape of the hole and core.

The ethereal force between tool and aggregate creates microscopic explosions (sympathetic destruction) in abrasive slurry that enables the tool to move forward through most any hard or soft aggregate in one continuous motion.

Sound activates this force.

When cleaning my art jewelry I use an ultrasonic cleaning machine. Sound waves enter the solution and create thousands of bubbles.


Instead of the bubbles exploding (an external force) they implode or cave in (an inward force). The thousands of collapsing bubbles (cavitation) are pulling the dirt away from the ring and within hard to reach tiny crevices’. This powerful microscopic agitation in solution also creates heat. When one of these tiny bubbles collapses it is 10 times hotter than the surface of our Sun.

As not to lose your attention, I have provided 4 short videos demonstrating a sonically created round hole, triangle hole, star hole in Granite, and how to make a star tube.
Videos below are the first in recorded history of actually creating geometric holes in one continuous motion, as was done by our distant ancestors.

Sonic drill hole in Granite, 58 seconds

Round shape tubes make round holes.
Geometric shaped tubes make geometric holes. 8

Above, Geometric holes in stone from Puma Punku.

Triangle hole in Granite. 

Use a triangle hole drawplate to convert a round tube into a triangular tube.  Making a star tube from a drawplate is shown in the below video.

Making a star tube for drilling star holes in aggregate. 

Below is a perfect 5-point star hole in Granite. Located in Monson, Missouri.


energy…. frequency….. vibration /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

Making a star hole in Granite.

The videos I have provided demonstrate what Academia Worldwide (Scientist, Archeologist, and Engineers) all say is impossible. A star hole in granite.
Still today some Megalithic researches continue to live outside the solution and entirely within the mystery. Lost are they?
Ancient Astronaut (Alien mostly) Theorist are open minded sharing important information yet blinded by one ideology. Consumes them it does.
I have no answers to our past hidden history, just observations and conclusions resolved by personal action.

Below are some pictures from the videos demonstrating geometric sonic drilling of aggregate and a star tube for drilling.

….… a small sample of Jedi Gemology. Teach those interested I will.
-Jeffrey Appling





“Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.” – Yoda.

Let Go

you will find only what you bring in

Ancient Punk

2 thoughts on “Drilling round, triangle, and star holes in Granite.

  1. Bangarang! I’m so glad you’ve done this. So curious: do you set the vibration to tune with different materials? Or is the working frequency determined by the tube material/geometry?


    1. Hi Jeremy,
      No need to set the vibration to tune into different types of materials. The geometry of the tube does not matter either. These are great questions and important!

      One specific setting and you are ready to go. However, some materials grind away slower and some faster.
      (finding a materials resonate frequency is more towards a step in levitation)

      Sonic carving works well with both hard and tough materials (granite, jade) and brittle material (pearl, sandstone).
      It does not drill metal and is slow on softer amorphous materials like Amber.
      The shape (geometry) of the tube determines the shape of hole. There is a force created by sound amplification between the tube and material to be worked. I pour/drip water mixed with abrasive (silicon carbide, hardness 9.25) over the area to be worked. The sound activated force causes microscopic explosions within the abrasive slurry. The tube pushes the exploding abrasive grit forward and creates a hole the same shape as the tube. John Keely called this Sympathetic Destruction.


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