The cause of the sound is movement. A string made vibrate produces a base note. By dividing the string into two equal parts we can obtain harmoniously sounding sounds. At other points, the string makes a dissonant noise. Half a string produces an octave higher (frequency ratio 2: 1), and 2/3 produces a fifth higher than the main pitch.
In this article:
- You will learn what the Solfeggio frequencies are.
- And also, the Nogier frequencies.
The helium strings vibrate, producing a sound of a certain frequency. This frequency can create matter by creating geometric patterns. These geometric patterns in the next steps become your atoms, molecules, cells, organs, and finally your body. Specific vibrations create special material forms. This is how sound builds matter.
The perfect note has an inspiring effect, elevates spiritual life and transforms physical nature through electromagnetic vibrations.
In the 11th century, the Benedictine monk Guido d ‘Arezzo introduced a musical scale consisting of six ascending notes. Today we know it as the Solfeggio frequency scale. This name comes from the first syllables of the hymn to John the Baptist Ut (Do), Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La – Ut queant laxis, Resonare fibris, Mira gestorum, Famuli tuorum, Solve polluti, Labii reatum written in the 8th century by Paulus Diaconus.
Monks used it to learn liturgical singing more easily. It was a form of solmization, that is, using syllable names of sounds while singing. The initial syllables (ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la) were sung to the next notes of the hexachord, i.e. a series of six notes with a semitone in the middle. Solmization does not apply to specific frequencies, but to intervals formed from arbitrarily selected sounds.
The song sung in this way made the singing monks and listening to their faithful in spiritual rapture. These psalms were literally music to the soul.
However, this scale was lost in the 16th century. The pope who was in office at that time ordered it to be changed. This significantly changed the spiritual influence of the hymns sung. The music, sung according to the previous scale, followed the patterns of the Universe and had the ability to heal the body and spirit. It contained a mathematical resonance that inspired people spiritually. This inspiration consisted in balancing the work of the left and right cerebral hemispheres, which allowed the faithful to achieve peak experiences. However, the change introduced in the singing of the psalms therefore separated people from God.
We can still feel the consequences of this change today. We are all taught conceptual thinking from the cradle to the grave, and we develop a more left hemisphere of the brain. They teach us concepts in every day of our lives, from medicine to marriage. And this blocks us from spirituality. Consequently, each of us has only a concept rather than an experience of God. We only believe what people tell us about him. What will priests teach us and what will religion tell us. And we ourselves have a problem with the experience of divinity because it only enables the even functioning of the whole brain.
In the 1970s, Dr. Joseph Puelo, an American physician and herbalist, received an intuitive message that inspired him to apply Pythagorean mathematics to the study of the Book of Numbers in the Old Testament Bible.
The principle of Pythagorean reduction is to reduce numbers to one digit by adding all the components of the digit of the number. Puelo in chapter 7 of the Bible, verses 12 to 83, discovered a pattern. These numerical codes which, he noted, were not found in the original Torah, but were added when translating it from Jewish scriptures into Greek. It was coded information that only cryptographers could read. During his work, he also noticed that certain parts of the Bible were either missing or were significantly altered from the original. It then became clear to him that the information in the Bible was being deliberately manipulated.
Puleo published his work in the book Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse, in collaboration with Dr. Leonard Horowitz.
In the 12th verse he referred to the description of the first day, he found the second day in the 18th verse, the third in the 24th, and so on, until the twelfth day which he found in the 78th verse. By reducing 12 to 3 (1 + 2 = 3), 18 to 9 (1 + 8 = 9), and 24 to 6 (2 + 4 = 6), he got the number 396. In a similar way, he got the number 417, 528, 639, 741 and 852. He therefore found that the numbers he had received were the six original sounds used by Guido d ‘Arezzo, called the Solfeggio frequency: 417, 528, 639, 741, 852, and found that they expressed frequencies. Although, as we know in Guido’s time, no one measured the frequency.
However, when these numbers are set in ascending order, they do not resemble the sounds of Ut Queant Laxis. It’s also hard to call them a musical scale, because the distances between consecutive notes are quite strange. In addition, Guido d’Arezzo used a moving Do (Ut) in his scale, which means that the sounds did not have a constant size and therefore did not have a specific frequency. There is also no such thing as a “frequency scale” in music theory. The scale is the result of a pattern of intervals, not of specific frequencies. You can create such a scale from any sound, that is, any frequency. However, these numbers indicate how these frequencies should be aligned with the universal pattern of the universe. Sound generates electromagnetic frequencies, and the numbers 3-6-9 that Puelo discovered define the magnetic field.
These numbers were assumed to indicate the frequencies of the sound wave and they began to be used in sound therapy.
Their influence on humans was also investigated. And it turns out that they have a salutary effect on health and restore the balance and harmony between body and spirit:
396 Hz – will let you free yourself from fear and guilt. It is also very good to ground yourself, that is, connect with the energy of the Earth.
417 Hz – helps to transform negative energy from the past, get rid of negative memories and release trauma. It is the frequency of change and renewal. It adds self-confidence.
528 Hz – this is the frequency that repairs DNA, increases creativity, and rejuvenates. It is also called the “love” frequency. This frequency is also used in genetic engineering.
639 Hz – this frequency is responsible for interpersonal relationships. It helps in communication with others, but also improves relationships with oneself.
741 Hz – this is the frequency that helps to awaken intuition. It helps to release emotional blockages and remove toxins from the body.
852 Hz – simulates self-awareness and develops spirituality.
Over time, mathematically calculated numbers were added to this list:
174 Hz – this frequency relieves tension and pain.
285 Hz – safety and energy of survival.
963 Hz – a connection to the perfection of the universe.
The author of other healing frequencies is the French veterinarian Dr. Paul Nogier.
He found that three frequencies stimulate the tissue formation of the human body:
292 Hz is the frequency of the ectoderm, which is the outermost tissue that makes up the glands, nerves, ears, eyes, teeth, the brain, and the spinal cord.
584 Hz frequency of the endoderm – the tissue that makes up the lining of the digestive tract, lungs, bladder, urethra, and ear canal.
1168 Hz frequency of the mesoderm – the central tissue forming the connective tissue of the heart, blood and lymph vessels, kidneys, ovaries, spleen, and adrenal cortex.
He also noted that four other frequencies also had health benefits:
2336 Hz – helps to balance the two hemispheres of the brain, reduces stress.
4672 Hz – resonates with the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system, helps with skin diseases and pain relief.
73 Hz – ensures hormonal balance, helps with depression.
146 Hz – activates the brain, improves memory, resonates with the cerebral cortex.
Dr Leonard G. Horowitz and Dr Jospeh S. Puleo „Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse”, Tetrahedron Publishing Group, Sandpoint, Idaho, 2007.
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