Could It Be That Sound Frequency Has the Power To Heal Our DNA?

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posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 08:59 PM
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Sizzle-haven't found whether Tesla and Gurdjieff ever met yet

But this is interesting:


5. Tesla and Gurdjieff both mentioned that a particular tone, one that translates to 360 beats per "moment," instills "extra sensory" perception in some, and feelings of "a presence" in others. True enough, this one relates to how many days used to pass, as opposed to moons, in the course of an ancient year. Whereas track 4 is calming, this one is mentally rousing and a little unsettling to the point of making you get off your seat to accomplish what you feel passionate about.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.


This is from:www.lulu.com...




posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 09:16 PM
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www.bwgen.com...

There's a preset in the preset library designed for that...and you can make your own (if you purchase/acquire illegally...(not smart to do).

Interesting, supposed to help with OBE, tk, psi, dreams, relaxation, sleep, various stuff.



posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 09:19 PM
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At a risk of hogging this thread, I found this :


Nikola Tesla invented the alternating current generator which unleashed the modern technological revolution after a series of visions in which, among other things, Tesla "saw" that everything in the universe obeys a law of Octaves

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.


This is from fusionanomaly.net...

So it seems that Tesla too subscribed to the idea that everything in the universe is determined by octaves,just like Gurdjieff.

So I think it highly probable that Teslas 3 ,6, and 9 could refer to the Enneagram and the Octave.

It seems quite possible from the above that Tesla ,being a Genius , worked this out for himself and did not necessarily get it from Gurdjieff



posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 10:16 PM
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Originally posted by Bashibozkedi
At a risk of hogging this thread, I found this :


Nikola Tesla invented the alternating current generator which unleashed the modern technological revolution after a series of visions in which, among other things, Tesla "saw" that everything in the universe obeys a law of Octaves

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.


This is from fusionanomaly.net...

So it seems that Tesla too subscribed to the idea that everything in the universe is determined by octaves,just like Gurdjieff.

So I think it highly probable that Teslas 3 ,6, and 9 could refer to the Enneagram and the Octave.

It seems quite possible from the above that Tesla ,being a Genius , worked this out for himself and did not necessarily get it from Gurdjieff

Wow! I find this just awesome! I plan to look into each and every one of these links.This is something that I truly want to understand.
Anything that you contribute will be appreciated, on this matter.
I, somehow think that it very much relates.
The quote from Nicola Tesla was taken from my first site search of study on the sound frequencies.
So, no you are not hogging the thread. This information belongs to all of us. Thank you.



posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by andolin
Hello to all. i am joining this thread kind of late, and after reading it I did some research and was amazed at the amount of websites that had information on the healing power of vibrational frequencies. It would appear that you guys have much more depth of knowledge than I can hope for so maybe someone can jump start me al little bit because this stuff is very interesting to me. Many of the sites i hit talked about The Sacred Solfeggio™ CD that apparently is on sale. does anybody have any experience with it or similar audio CD's that they can recommend to be used to assist physical healing? Also any commercial artists that use healing frequencies in their music? I'm not trying to be lazy here, just thinking maybe there are some experts here that can help me. Thanks in advance and a flag for the OP.


I apologize for nearly overlooking your question here. I'm having to become multi-talented here. LOL! I love keeping busy.
Actually, I just learned of this phenomena the day before I posted the thread. A friend told me about it. Instantly, I became hooked on the subject.

Like yourself, I too have seen the different CD's for sale and would like a referral myself. I am of the belief that if sound frequencies can heal, they can also harm.
I have also felt the same way about meditation. There are certain forms that I steer clear of. I can't help but believe that a good quality CD would beat out a pc download, hands-down. I believe this, becauseof the emphasis that is put on the difference on the true 'C.'



posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 11:47 PM
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Originally posted by idle_rocker
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Does the swirl motion drawn into that picture of the golden rectangle remind you in the least of the milky way, or am I just too tired to see things correctly? Now I"m not even sure the milky way is a spiral! Oh well, at any rate, it's a spiral in the picture. That seems to indicate something doesn't it? I'm not mathematically inclined either, so I'm just being speculative. Did I just make sense? I've been working A LOT...lol.


Your comment is interesting and it very well could be that the creation of galaxies, black holes, and the universe itself are all based on this same concept of infinite geometrical propagation in some way we don't fully understand (such as fractals). see link below:
en.wikipedia.org...


From Wikipedia.com
A fractal is generally "a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be subdivided into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole,"[1] a property called self-similarity. The term was coined by Benoît Mandelbrot in 1975 and was derived from the Latin fractus meaning "broken" or "fractured."


(compared to the "golden rectangle" image in my last post in which the rectangle can be subdivided into infinitely smaller squares in an infinite spiral).

Many objects in nature like snails, plants, trees, and many many others create approximate fractals within their shells, leaves, etc..etc.. We can recreate these patterns (such as the spiral of a conc shell) with computers by using what are called "recursive algorithms". Fractals are also popular in art. If you toss a CD into a microwave, we all know that it creates interesting looking shapes on the CD (and ruins it at the same time). But "fractal branching" occurs on such surfaces where the material is irradiated by microwaves. It is really interesting to see just how FAR and WIDE fractal geometry really goes in nature. It could be that (for some reason) everything in the natural world is based on fractal geometry, including solar systems, galaxies, galaxy clusters, star clusters, etc..etc..etc..

-ChriS



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 12:15 AM
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Originally posted by sizzle

A film was made in the Himalayas in the 1930's showing a group of Tibetan monks, who with the use of ordinary Tibetan musical instruments, would gather into a pie-shape configuration and direct their playing towards a huge boulder that was located on the ground roughly one hundred fifty feet away and at the base of sheer rising mountain wall. About three minutes after the 'concert' began, the boulder began to vibrate and lift off the ground. A moment later, it shot up about 150 feet into the air and landed on a ledge above it, where other monks were using the boulders to seal the entrance of meditation enclaves that they had cut into the sides of the mountain.
educate-yourself.org...


I wonder if snake charmer music is what makes the cobras, dance/


[edit on 14-3-2008 by sizzle]



I would be very interested in seeing this video!!!

great topic OP. starred and flagged.



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 11:49 AM
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Thank you for the post, very interesting concept. Personally I can totally relate to this, probably explains why "music" is such a HUGE part of our lives. Specially classical music, there are no lyrics, so we're only listening to different variation of frequencies and it tends to relax us and make us feel peace!



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 02:57 PM
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Sorry if this has been said before or anything , but can you make these sounds do the things they are mentioned to do if you use a Tone Generator? Or are these Tone Gens incapable of making the sounds its supposed to?


Oh, and if this hasnt been mentinoed either, this link is interesting also, says that sound can also heal, along the same lines as Rifes cancer cure and such.

educate-yourself.org...



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by freighttrain
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Thank you for the post, very interesting concept. Personally I can totally relate to this, probably explains why "music" is such a HUGE part of our lives. Specially classical music, there are no lyrics, so we're only listening to different variation of frequencies and it tends to relax us and make us feel peace!

Exactly! Thank you for bringing this up. As it is another interesting point.
How often do you hear people refer to C&W Music as, 'Cry-in-your-beer' music?
Or, 'tear-jerking' music?'
This is just one example. Some music makes us want to get up and dance, some makes us feel romantic, some makes us sad, exhilirated, etc.

Yes I do believe that music affects us and maybe even controls us to some degree. How about the ones that take us, 'down memory lane?'
Or what was once referred to as head-banging music? I have participated in this. (to some degree) LOL! You literally feel prompted to either bang heads, or sling your head wildly.



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by jarheadjock
Sorry if this has been said before or anything , but can you make these sounds do the things they are mentioned to do if you use a Tone Generator? Or are these Tone Gens incapable of making the sounds its supposed to?


Oh, and if this hasnt been mentinoed either, this link is interesting also, says that sound can also heal, along the same lines as Rifes cancer cure and such.

educate-yourself.org...


Personally I have not had time to test these. Am anxious to do so. But there has been speculation. I, myself, have wondered about the PC quality, vs the quality that we might be able to get on a good stereo system.
But there again, I tend to forget that some people do have fantastic sound systems (cards) set up on their PC's. I just don't have one on mine. So, most music and such, seems pretty 'tinny.'



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:23 PM
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i think Electronic Dance Music has altered my DNA. I feel 17 and I'm 45.



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by earthman4
i think Electronic Dance Music has altered my DNA. I feel 17 and I'm 45.

I am not familiar with that. Would you please go into more detail. I think a lot of us would like to feel 17 again! Lol!



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:56 PM
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Thank you for bringing this up. As it is another interesting point.
How often do you hear people refer to C&W Music as, 'Cry-in-your-beer' music?
Or, 'tear-jerking' music?'


I read somewhere that research in the USA showed that the suicide rate among males is directly proportional to the amount of Country and Western music played on the radio!?!

I'm not making this up-Honest!



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:56 PM
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How on earth did I manage to do...

[edit on 17-3-2008 by Bashibozkedi]



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:56 PM
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....a triple post?

Maybe I should stop listening to all that Heavy Metal.

[edit on 17-3-2008 by Bashibozkedi]



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 04:02 PM
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I, for one would be interested in seeing that study. That's not saying that I disbelieve you. That's saying I would like to learn more about it. As I believe that it lends more creedence to music and it's effects upon us.
Some theorize that certain types of music promote violence. I believe that they blamed Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr, and a few others for this. Some cities outlawed their concerts.



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 06:29 PM
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Originally posted by jarheadjock
Sorry if this has been said before or anything , but can you make these sounds do the things they are mentioned to do if you use a Tone Generator? Or are these Tone Gens incapable of making the sounds its supposed to?


Oh, and if this hasnt been mentinoed either, this link is interesting also, says that sound can also heal, along the same lines as Rifes cancer cure and such.

educate-yourself.org...


I had a sore throat today and tried the streptococcus infection frequency and it stopped hurting. I got up from the computer for about an hour and it started to hurt again. Pretty interesting, not sure if it's working or just a placebo, but either I'm happy that the pain went away.

[edit on 17-3-2008 by S.O.U.P.]



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 07:40 PM
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This is thread is similar to what was discussed here regarding 440 tuning

I really think it is extremely possible to heal DNA using audio frequencies especially because it is a very simple process if you think about it. Being in tune would help us keep our bodies in better shape and health.



posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by Bashibozkedi
Reply to Sizzle.


For those of you who may be more geometrically or mathematically inclined;
What do you think that Nicola Tesla meant by his statement in my signature?
About the magnificence of the numbers 3, 6, and 9 being the keys to the universe?
Could some attempt to explain this or give a theory?


I think Tesla must be referring to the Enneagram.



This diagram is said by some to contain all the knowledge in the universe.
It originates in Vedic Mathematics. In modern times it has been associated with the teachings of the Russian mystic G.I. Gurdjieff and his follower the philosopher P.D. Ouspensky.


This looks exactly like what Marko Rodin describes in detail in his videos.





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