Resonance – Beings of Frequency (Documentary)

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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:08 AM
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Everything has length so I guess we need to be exposed to positive lengths and not let negative lengths mess with our energy levels. And before anyone wishes to counter what I say with "facts", I don't want to hear it. This is my belief and I don't want to hear an opposing opinion because this would be mocking my beliefs. The purpose of discussion is to agreed with me, not for your NWO "open and informed dialogue" nonsense. And don't try and use the old "but that defeats the purpose of a public discussion board!" excuse, accept what I say at face value with no supporting evidence otherwise you're nothing more than a closed-minded sheeple of the Illuminati!




posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:12 AM
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Originally posted by Bedlam

Originally posted by AfterInfinity
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Talk less trash and more evidence, if you would. If you feel this topic is not worth the time spent starting it, then state your case and support it. Lead by example.



He's correct. The term "frequency" is an attribute. It's not a tangible. I can't throw a bucket of frequency at you.

You always have to define "frequency of what", implicitly or explicitly. When you see people use it as a tangible, it's a woo sign. Sort of like "vibration", "field" and "energy", I'm waiting for those to show up as well.


And that is exactly why I never bothered to watch the video. Pseudo-science clap trap.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:28 AM
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There was a gentlemen in the 40's or so, I could be off on the time period, but he built machines that would blast different sound frequencies and used them for healing. If I can remember it, I will post.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by Laykilla
BTW, it's not pseudo-science... everything has a frequency that can be measured in hz.
What's the frequency of a baseball in Hz?

Yellowstone erupts roughly every 700,000 years, are you sure you want to measure that frequency in Hz?



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
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There was a gentlemen in the 40's or so, I could be off on the time period, but he built machines that would blast different sound frequencies and used them for healing. If I can remember it, I will post.


OH! OH! OH! Is that the Montauk project guy - Preston B. Nichols? He is said to be a clone – I read that from a comment on YouTube– anyway yeah he uses sound frequencies for healing experiments – HE might be crazy and deluded or a con man – but he definitely has a LOT of sound equipment and devices in his home – watch it on YouTube...



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:45 AM
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I heard that ancient shamans figured out how to use sound to levitate objects and they would do this simply by directing a groups singing at an object - and they would sing different things - different notes and such and they could levitate it.
And so they understood the importance of frequency in the universe – I think that why music exists as for us it makes no evolutionary sense to enjoy music for whatever reason – music doesn’t help us hunt or find a mate or whatever – but maybe if helps us to heal ourselves or give us special boosts – like a spell – when ancient people used to chant to perform sorcery they understood that it had an effect on the human body and so they had different chants and spells that produced different effects.
MAYBE it’s WRONG and superstition WHO KNOWS ha ha ha ha ha ho ho ho merry Christmas



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 09:18 AM
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You're "blasted with different sound frequencies" on a daily basis. The dynamic range of human hearing runs from hearing individual atoms colliding with your ear drum all the way up and over 100dB before pain kicks in. Human hearing has a contrast ratio of one trillion to one. The frequency response is in the single dugit cycles per second all the way up to 20,000. And that's just what we can hear, beyond that there a lot more frequency content we're "blasted with" near enough every minute of every day. After all, what we perceive as sound is just a limited band of air pressure waves. Do you care to explain how this person's "blasting different sound frequencies" is any different to daily exposure and how the physics of this can promote healing?



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 09:27 AM
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Assuming all other conditions were met, the ears (and most likely organs) of any humans within the vicinity would have exploded long before a standing wave of sufficient wavelength and amplitude could levitate any object of significant mass.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 09:56 AM
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Who is to say that those Other frequencies don't damage the body?

www.news.utoronto.ca...



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 10:10 AM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
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m.cbsnews.com...

Colors do have sounds. But nice ad hominem attacks. It shows your maturity level to ostracize others with different beliefs as woo's woo's. I will take it you've never astral projected or read the Kybalion, right?

Also a direct quote

detects the color frequency of the item that is passed in front of it, turns it into a sound frequency and passes the information to a chip installed at the back of Harbisson's head. He then is able to hear the color through bone conduction, or sound waves that are created as they pass through the bones of the skull to the inner ear.


It's hard to believe you meant this seriously. You have a gadget (which is not particularly sophisticated, by the way), which can generate sound of various frequencies depending on the spectrum of light projected at it. Based on this, you proceed to proclaim "colors do have sound". Unbelievable.

It's really the same as intelligent as saying "HDTV has birds", because you saw a Discovery channel program on your Samsung TV, or "cell phone is rap music", because you heard a particular ringtone nearby, or "eggs have Easter".

Unbelievable.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by john_bmth
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The different keys on my nephew's toy typewriter have different colours. Is this a coincidence?


You may not believe it, but in my kitchen I have a few several coffee cups of different color. This is an undeniable evidence, that caffeine and orange juice have different frequencies! And their vibrational qualities are very different from hot chocolate. What's more, the energy level of seltzer is very significant. Different field, you see.

Let's see, did I cover all the woo-woo basics? Frequency, color, vibration, energy, field. I think I'm good.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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The article is speculative (“Although it is too early to form any conclusions, there is encouraging data indicating that treating fibromyalgia patients with doses of 40 Hz sound seems to reduce pain.”) although plausible but it does not lend weight to your original claim. I guy claiming in the 20's that he's been to the Mars is not validated by the first moonwalk in the 60's.

We know massageing has beneficial therapeutic effects for stress and pain relief. This is not suprising. The frequencies they are using are low enough to cause physical sensations (if you've ever been to a club or rock concert with lots of bass you can literally feel the air pressure vibrating around your body) so this would be akin to the sensation of having one of those vibrating massage pad things all over your body (and I'd imagine it would be quite pleasurable). However, this is all adequately explained by physics and it certainly isn't some mystical magic healing method. I would be shocked if specialist therapeutic massages like this didn't aid the recovery process and offer pain relief to a broad spectrum of illnesses. But this doesn't legitimise any of the other claims by yourself and others in this thread, any more than quantum mechanics legitimises people who use and abuse it's terminogy to promote unscientific and unrelated ideas.

Claiming that "other frequencies could be damaging" is beyond speculative, though. You're bombarded by the entire bandwidth of human hearing and beyond on a daily basis. You have yet to state the physical mechanism of any of your claims and how they are linked (just "frequencies" is not adequate or reasonable). Credit where credit is due, it was an interesting article but we've been down this path of addressing claim after claim before. Unless you and others are prepared to at least read some Wikipedia articles on the pertinent topics so there is common ground for discussion I do not see this thread ending fruitfully.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 10:45 AM
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This is what I read in the "Documentary Link":


Not only are we surrounded by natural frequencies, our bodies are filled with them too. Our cells communicate using electro magnetic frequencies. Our brain emits a constant stream of frequencies and our DNA delivers instructions, using frequency waves. Without them we couldn’t exist for more than a second.


People, can we please stop citing sources of such unfathomable stupidity? As others said, frequency is an attribute of an oscillatory motion or a wave, it can't be emitted by itself. Thus the brain cannot "emit frequencies". What instructions does the DNA deliver? Where? And again, "frequency waves" is just about a stupidest notion I've read on ATS in the past week.

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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 10:51 AM
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Originally posted by AfterInfinity
And because technology is adding koolaid to milk, so to speak, it's ruining the natural harmonies that keep our bodies in prime vibrational condition.


What is the "prime vibrational condition"? Can there be a sub-prime condition? What exactly is vibrating?


Meditation works on the principle of tuning our vibrations into the ether


That's about as arbitrary description of meditation as I have seen anywhere. Never heard anything like this from my teacher in mediation.


Positive thinking aids with healing because it speeds up the vibrations


Vibrations of what?


We are composed of frequencies.


Are you sure we are not composed of voltages? Salinity? Acidity? Density? Foreign currency exchange rate? You take a word and using it in a way that doesn't make sense, unless one is willingly an ignorant woo-woo. Oh, I heard this one before: "they are using frequencies to control us". Duh.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 12:19 PM
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What is the "prime vibrational condition"? Can there be a sub-prime condition? What exactly is vibrating?


Yes. Sub-prime would be your cells failing to communicate as efficiently as they would otherwise. The vibration is the communication between cells, and the general electromagnetic field around the body.


That's about as arbitrary description of meditation as I have seen anywhere. Never heard anything like this from my teacher in mediation.


And of course, your teacher would know everything. Perhaps I just know what he/she doesn't, or doesn't put stock in.



Vibrations of what?


Once again, cellular communication.


Are you sure we are not composed of voltages? Salinity? Acidity? Density? Foreign currency exchange rate? You take a word and using it in a way that doesn't make sense, unless one is willingly an ignorant woo-woo. Oh, I heard this one before: "they are using frequencies to control us". Duh.


Whatever.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 12:46 PM
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Let's see, did I cover all the woo-woo basics? Frequency, color, vibration, energy, field. I think I'm good.


Let's see; should I cover all the basics for slave mentality?

If information comes from "Authorities", it's fact.
If the information comes from biased, government sponsored research projects, it's fact.
If the information comes from college or school textbooks owned by bankers, it's fact.
If the information comes from a group of people raised on the above three principles, it's fact.

Do I need to keep going? At what point do people learn to start thinking for themselves, opposed to having everything "factualized" for you on a silver platter?



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 12:56 PM
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Originally posted by AfterInfinity
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What is the "prime vibrational condition"? Can there be a sub-prime condition? What exactly is vibrating?


Yes. Sub-prime would be your cells failing to communicate as efficiently as they would otherwise. The vibration is the communication between cells, and the general electromagnetic field around the body.


Vibration of what exactly? How can a "vibration" be "the general electromagnetic field"? What is it "general"?




That's about as arbitrary description of meditation as I have seen anywhere. Never heard anything like this from my teacher in mediation.


And of course, your teacher would know everything. Perhaps I just know what he/she doesn't, or doesn't put stock in.


On the other hand, the teacher was a Japanese Buddhist monk, and spent a great portion of his life carefully meditating. He also taught meditation and a few methods pertaining to same to a small group of people. I was in that group. And I never, never heard him say anything patently stupid, false, vain or unsubstantiated. So when I choose where to put stock, between you and that man, I'll go on a limb and choose him. Despite all your proclamations of mastery.





Vibrations of what?


Once again, cellular communication.


Now we have "vibrations of communications". Oh wait, cellular, two.

Well that woo-woo stuff has long since gotten quite idiotic.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 01:02 PM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas



Let's see, did I cover all the woo-woo basics? Frequency, color, vibration, energy, field. I think I'm good.


Let's see; should I cover all the basics for slave mentality?

If information comes from "Authorities", it's fact.
If the information comes from biased, government sponsored research projects, it's fact.
If the information comes from college or school textbooks owned by bankers, it's fact.
If the information comes from a group of people raised on the above three principles, it's fact.

Do I need to keep going? At what point do people learn to start thinking for themselves, opposed to having everything "factualized" for you on a silver platter?


People start thinking when they invest time and effort into studying mathematics, and doing experiments in the laboratory. Measuring stuff, looking at numbers, carefully. These are the researchers. I'm one of them. I don't need any excuse from anybody, as I see Nature for what it is. My information comes from experiment. Yours? From a New Age video. Now, who is the lazy one here?

And I also see this: the woo-woos are the ones who desperately want stuff handed to them on a silver platter. And so it is handed to them, and it short-circuits their brain, or whatever is left of it. There are plenty of woo-woos videos which have fancy graphics, New Age music and ... zero substance, and actual falsehoods embedded here and there. The video in this thread is a good example.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 02:31 PM
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Originally posted by Laykilla

Something that basically emits the necessary frequency and/or increases our perception of said frequency. Essentially allowing ourselves to have more exposure to these frequencies.

BTW, it's not pseudo-science... everything has a frequency that can be measured in hz.


Emits what sort of frequency? Understand, that word is meaningless unless 'frequency of what' is explicit. Frequency is an attribute. Sort of like color. I can't hit you with a handful of blue, nor toss a bucket of frequency at you.

And everything does NOT have a frequency.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 03:55 PM
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The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles.[3] This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations".[4] The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is purported to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration.[5] Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state.[6]


Since you asked about it earlier, here is a portion of it.

en.m.wikipedia.org...





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