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Sonic Entrainment

All life consists of rhythmic processes. From the simple pulsations of a single-cell organism to the rising and falling of our breath, life is filled with rhythm. This rhythm is also called “periodicity,” meaning that the activity of something falls in cycles. Much of life is directed by the external rhythms of nature. For example, the earth spins on its axis and rotates around the sun, and around our moon orbits the earth. We attune ourselves to the cycles of the sun and the moon...

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What is Cymatics?

From ancient Greek: κῦμα, meaning "wave", Cymatics is a subset of modal vibrational phenomena. The study of visible sound and vibration. The term was coined by Hans Jenny (1904-1972) a physician and natural scientist. In 'Cymatics: The Study of Wave Phenomena' he concluded, "This is not an unregulated chaos; it is a dynamic but ordered pattern."

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Ancient Sound Technology

Crashing waves. The thump of a palm against a taut drum skin. The wail of a new born baby. Sound is our tether to the present, to one another, and to our deep and ancient sense of the world. Throughout the ages, ancient sound technology, created through voice, instruments, and the natural world has provided healing and spiritual connection...

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Secrets of Cymatics, DNA, and Egyptians

Did you know that there is a link between Nikola Tesla, music, DNA, and the Giza Pyramids?

 

Seems far fetched, but I’ll show you what it is…

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Musical Geometry

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. …Geometry will draw the soul toward truth and create the spirit of philosophy.  ― Plato

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Ancient Temple Architects May Have Been Chasing a Buzz From Sound Waves

Emerging archaeology in a new study highlighted by the Old Temples Study Foundation suggests that sound and a desire to harness its effects may have been equally important as vision in the design of humankind's earliest ancient temples and monumental buildings.

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Scientists Show That Water Has Memory

A new groundbreaking discovery has been made within the most basic of resources. Scientists have just discovered what they have called “The Discovery of The Millennium”, and a huge revelation in human consciousness.

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Sacred Chants in the Great Pyramid

Sacred chants in the Great Pyramid with sand sensing frequency harmonics!

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Can frequencies kill cancer cells?

Anthony Holland is Associate Professor and Director of Music at Skidmore College in New York. He also is a researcher who uses the power of frequency to heal cancer.  How resonant frequency works for removing the cancer is based on the same principle that says that a piece of glass will shatter when it is exposed to a noise that is the right “pitch.”

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Dousing flames with low-frequency sound waves

A new type of extinguisher that uses sound waves to put out fires has been built by two engineering students in the US. Both chemical- and water-free, the invention offers a relatively non-destructive method of fire control, which could find applications in fighting small fires in the home, and the researchers now hold a preliminary patent application for their device.

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Dr. Raymond Rife: Cured Cancer in 1934

Many people are trying to find the cure for cancer, yet until now it is still unknown. To the fact that cancer industry is making revenue of more than one hundred billion dollars a year but so disappointing to know that the actual cure is still undiscovered. However, there was a scientist who cured cancer in 1934 but unfortunately he was been killed.

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Stanford Medicine: Sound Research

From the original stethoscope, invented more than 200 years ago, to the fleeting chirp of gravitational waves, sound has reverberated throughout the history of technological and scientific advances.

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Nikola Tesla’s Vibrational Healing Device

"From the original stethoscope, invented more than 200 years ago, to the fleeting chirp of gravitational waves, sound has reverberated throughout the history of technological and scientific advances.“I stepped on the platform and the vibrations imparted to it by the machine were transmitted to my body. The sensation experienced was as strange as agreeable, and I asked my assistants to try.

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The Ancient Solfeggio Scale Explained

The ancient Solfeggio scale, known as “Just Intonation”, is renowned for its use in the Gregorian chants, but its history can be traced back to Biblical times. The 6-tone scale, and an additional 3 tones discovered since, is considered by many musicologists and scientists to have a positive effect on the mind and body.

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Is There Healing Power in a Cat’s Purr?

New research indicates that there is something about cat’s purring that stimulates healing in both the cat and humans too. Are cat friendly recovery room in our future?  To understand the hidden power of something as simple as a cat’s purr, here is what recent research has discovered.