There is a sound healing hospital located in Saqqara, Egypt, at the base of the Step Pyramid of Djoser. This site has high stone piezoelectric walls that conduct geologic resonance. The geologic resonance of the structure allows for connection between correlated locations of the site where patient and healer would each take their rightful positions. Through this connection utilizing the human voice and the stone itself, biorhythmic resonance was established between patient and healer that allowed for vibrational healing to take place. Flowing water and intentional healing frequency ranges in the architecture turn out to be hidden helpers along the way, and thus begins the story of the Sound Hospital in the Desert.