Searching for Vibrations?

I always seem to be searching for something more.  It can really be exhausting, frustrating, maddening, etc…  Lately i have come “on to” the concept of vibration.  “The human body is made up of electronic vibrations, with each atom and element of the body, each organ and organism, having its electronic unit of vibration necessary for the sustenance of, and equilibrium in, that particular organism” says Edgar Cayce, is he correct? Aside from visual, in which is much more difficult to actually perceive vibration (well you can see it pretty clearly plucking a guitar string), sound is the main interpreter of vibration.  Could this be why we are so moved by music… audible vibration?  Our bodies are nothing more than fields of energy @ their core right down to each atom.  Our atoms are held together by some force unknown, invisible, and the atoms themselves are empty?  What the hell does that mean? No matter how closely science looks, we can hardly find a substance that isn’t just another form of energy contained withing seemingly empty space. This energy can not be created or destroyed, and all things happen as the result of it. All the events in our lives are based on the absorption and reflection this binding energy.  I guess this ties in nicely with the binaural beats I have been creating and using for some time.  Although I have not mastered the ranges by any means, they have proven to be quite effective in placing me into the desired state on demand. A possibly interesting correlation might be to use tones which can be derived from the earth, the sun, the moon, and every other planet and moon within our solar system by looking at the octaves of the orbit frequency.  I mean, wouldn’t we certainly be affected by all of these celestial bodies?  A little more about that… “In the late 1500’s, a mathematician and astronomer, named Johannes Kepler, discovered that the distance between the planets’ orbits mathematically create the intervals of a consonant musical scale, a theory which came to be known as “the music of the spheres”. Not only did his work inspire centuries of continued research in cosmic harmony, but his spirit has lived on in numerous symphonic works, based on his musical ideas…” Hummm.. would seem we have the “proof in the pudding’ so to speak.  Let’s expand this a bit shall we…? Since the rotation of the earth is, on average, 1 pulsation per 24 hours, we can transpose it upwards by 24 octaves to arrive at 194.18Hz (this literally defines “Earth-Tone”…get it???), which is pretty close to a “G” note. This frequency also happens to be in unison with a particular shade of orange, orange-red, which is known to increase cell growth.  The color orange-red is the 65th octave of an earth day and maximum resonance of the DNA chains (carriers of genetic information) lies exactly in the middle of the 66th octave of the day. This maximum is the first overtone of the color orange-red. Since the tone that vibrates most strongly with the fundamental tone is the first overtone, this color also entails the vibration of the DNA chains, thus multiplying their vibration rate. This explains why this color has such a vitalizing effect.  In Western music, orchestras tune their instruments to “A”, which is otherwise known as “concert pitch”. In India, instruments are tuned to C sharp, which happens to be the 32nd octave of the earth year.  Hydrogen being 90% of all matter, including ourselves (ALL matter), possibly 84.5Hz has some significance?  I will experiment with this a bit and if possible provide the audio file…

Vibration is a deep rooted part of our existence although many natural frequencies lie outside of our perception, we fail to recognize what effect they have on our thoughts and emotions, how they synchronize physical processes, hold our bodies and our universe together. Learning how to identify and utilize these frequencies and waveforms is kind of what I am currently engaged in…

Links to some interesting tools to facilitate what i am talking about in this post:


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  1. #1 by gmconklin on April 18, 2010 - 9:11 pm

  2. #2 by Ingrid on April 18, 2010 - 2:05 pm

    You really should go have a drink with Victor Wooten (author of The Music Lesson). I recently posted a link to the sound of a black hole – I think it was a B-flat. Will have to look again what that was… Interesting stuff.

    • #3 by gmconklin on April 18, 2010 - 9:10 pm

      I read your posting… amazing… timely… LOL… There must be so much more to it than we currently know. Why else would music impact our lives the way in which it does.

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