I hope the title isn't too "sensationalist", but my jaw literally dropped when I found this article recently:
There's a blog which summarizes it, and includes a link to a BBC article from 1998 on the work of Susan Alexjander, M.A., and Dr. David Beamer. I then
googled Alexjander, and found her website and original abstract.
I'll summarize but anyone interested in the topic should read her entire article.
In 1998, a musician asked a scientist/composer to beam light at DNA, and see what frequencies it was made up of.
This was done by dividing down the frequencies of light into the audible frequency of the spectrum.
Now, immediately I was intrigued. I have read extensive teachings by esoteric societies which point out that on other planes, we do not have eyes and
ears which separate how the spectrum of frequencies are perceived. In other words, sound & vision are only separate to beings with ears and eyes.
Makes sense. Secondly, all of the frequencies are related in octaves. This is how I came to develop my Chakra Attunements being based on the
sound-octave of the color - and I use A432, so red, the Root Chakra, is G#, etc. When you do it this way, the other 12 notes line up logically - the
yellow-green "B" Schumann Resonance sits just below the green "C" Heart Chakra, and it's the 2nd Heart Chakra intuited by Steiner and others, and the
blue-green "Om", C#, is between the Heart and the blue Throat, communication with spirit, etc...
SO anyways, the point being, I was down with their methods and theories. They compiled the list of frequencies in the 4 bases of the DNA, then laid
them out on a keyboard. This had to be done via MIDI, because the notes are semi-tones. When they began attempting to compose music, they noticed one
note was central in each of the bases, and seemed to bind the other frequencies to it - C#.
Now I've spoken with Susan Alexjander, and she tells me that at that time, neither of them were familiar with the C# OM of Hindu music and culture. I
imagine they were wondering why C# and not C. The C# Om is what the sitar is tuned to, it's what many singing bowls are tuned to, it's what the
Tibetan Monks chant at instinctively, and they tell me "It comes from nature". It's commonly called the "Cosmic Om", because of the A432Hz Cosmic
Keyboard tuning of the sitar and Ragas...
So I believe this is a huge discovery in the world of "Spiritual Science". It's not the easiest subject matter to discuss because one must understand
science and physics AND believe in Chakras and Om...but for those of us who do, here it is.
- In Love, Light, Sound, & Vibration
edit on 14-8-2014 by KAOStheory because: to add