Universal Frequencies worth discovering
?If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.? ? Nikola Tesla
To understand anything non-physical, one needs a certain level of creativity and imagination. Frequencies are hard to see but easy to feel.
Everything has a frequency.
If you’re close to a bee, you can hear its wings beating. That happens at an incredible speed of 5?20 times per second. The frequency produces vibrations and in turn, we interpret them by a flapping sound.
When you’re around a negative person, you feel uneasy. You sense their energy and its effects on you.
The ?Bamboo? device promises to convert any plant?s frequencies into musical notes.
How wonderful would it be to have a music festival that uses sounds produced by plants and trees?
Nature’s frequency and the obsession with 3,6 and 9
432 Hz, known as Verdi’s A, is a pure mathematical tone.
It’s a superior tuning that makes music easier to listen to and more enjoyable because it’s consistent with patterns of the universe. At this level, our bodies and minds work in perfect harmony.
The number 432 can be seen in many ancient structures.
When examining the Giza plateau and measuring the great pyramid, you get a bunch of geometrical numbers. Using a ratio of 1: 432,000 the pyramid accurately measures our planets dimensions and our place in the universe.
This doesn’t occur only with the great pyramid, but these numbers have been witnessed in most structures that ancient civilizations have left behind.
Tesla was obsessed with them for a reason and he based all his work and some parts of his life based on these numbers.
The Annunaki taught us mathematics and language. They not only gave us the ability to communicate but through speaking, our consciousness is awake. It allowed us to ask questions and come up with conclusions which turned to knowledge. These numbers were sacred in ancient times as they promised to unlock to secrets to the universe.
Why is standard music at 440 Hz
In the 1800s, there were constant debates all over Europe and America to standardize music. The frequency kept shifting from 417 to 470 Hz.
Back in Mozart’s day, every instrument was designed and tuned at a frequency of 432 Hz. Things started to change in the early 20th century when J.C. Deagan used his wealthy connections to change the music industry to 440 Hz. He began lobbying across Europe.
In 1935, The Rockefeller foundation had the interest to adopt the 440 Hz frequency as part of a “war on consciousness”.
Fast forward a few years to 1939, Nazi Germany.
Frank Goebels, one of the most hated men in modern history, decided that any music should be at a 440 Hz frequency because he believed it could force people to think and act in a certain way. Does it come as a surprise that Hitler managed to brainwash a whole nation for years?
440 Hz frequency is labelled ?Satan?s tone? or ?The Luciferian frequency?.
This theory was put in play in The Kingsman where Samuel Jackson’s character plans to take over the world by inflicting a radio frequency emitted through cellphones that turns average people into malicious gladiators.
Talk about modern-day Berserkers!
High and low frequencies
With frequencies, higher and stronger doesn’t always mean better.
Lower frequencies today are known as binaural beats. They are recommended by many to improve your brain’s motor functions and help with focus and clarity.
The human body functions in the range of 62?72 Hz. Now there’s no scientific evidence backing this, but it is believed that having a frequency lower than 58 suggests that your body is fighting off the flu or a cold.
The lower your frequency goes the weaker your body is. Drop lower than 42 and you are at high risk of developing cancer.
If you’re thinking of measuring your frequency, I can tell you it’s no easy task.
Modern science hasn’t developed a reliable way to measure it because the study of frequencies and vibrations is overlooked and at times, considered pseudoscience. In my mind, this highlights its importance.
We cannot explain everything with formulas, notably the non-physical. This is where your creativity and imagination come in play. If an idea makes logical sense in your head, that’s all that matters.
The Solfeggio Frequencies
They were the basic notes of Gregorian chants that were used by early Roman Christians to raise vibrations and energy. Isn’t praying another form of meditation?
Joseph Puleo studied the Solfeggio Frequencies and he said that music penetrates the conscious and subconscious mind. During his research, he discovered healing frequencies in the Book of Numbers.
- 174 Hz relieves pain and stress
- 285 Hz heals tissues and organs
- 396 Hz liberates you from fear and guilt
- 417 Hz facilitates change
- 528 Hz for transformation and DNA repair
- 639 Hz reconnects you with your relationships
- 741 Hz helps provide solutions and self-expression
- 852 Hz brings you back to a spiritual order
- 963 HZ creates room for oneness and unity. Known as ?The frequency of the Gods?.
Hearing the difference between frequencies takes years of ear practice but that doesn’t mean you can’t feel their effects.
After a few weeks of listening to these frequencies, you can see a resounding difference in your productivity, creativity and focus.
Some people experience heavy emotions and report crying or developing feelings of worry and stress. That’s your body and mind cleansing itself from negative energies.
Coming back to the importance of the numbers 3,6 and 9, the easiest way to know if you are on a natural frequency is to add all the numbers together until you reach a multiple of 3. Below is an example:
963 Hz: 9+6+3=18 / 1+8=9
Generic music will not sound as good anymore. Once you feel the difference your body will tell you that it’s uncomfortable, your mind starts rushing and your thoughts frazzle.
The quality of music we listen to has a major part to play in our emotional and physical wellbeing. Even Confucius had something to say about it:
?If one should desire to know whether a kingdom is well governed, if its morals are good or bad, the quality of its music will furnish the answer.”
How can you question the importance of frequencies when they exist all around us?