Outer Streams – Metaphysics of Music

Music can be “a metaphysics based on the cooperation between what we know and what we don’t.” 6 parts 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5AG97vlG  4w 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crH5CXr8Q  C8 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZHF-QkMS  HE 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0DEcvpdQ  uM 5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BpNdFtaS  RI 6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ7y4Lehz  hA Jazz Composer and Performer Dr. Nelson Harrison explains the metaphysics of music. Music can be “a metaphysics based on the cooperation between what we know and what we don’t.” Dr. … Read more

Let’s Talk Music welcomes Stewart Copeland

Abstract   45:15 in: “This is worth it. Those eighty-thousand people. That kinetic ritual. That electricity that comes to the stage, that the artist reflects back — that shamanism. You know, we get a rhythm going, and you’ve got this mass of humanity with you. That’s quite intoxicating.”   Content   Published on Feb 16, … Read more

TED Neuroscience Playlist – Human Hacking, Neurosci and Magic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFc2QSyt_-8&index=32&list=PLa2eSLcHBvK4d4CrPkhIBcGO1D_lJrfk-     It seems like you might be referring to Stuart Palm, a magician who incorporates elements of neuroscience into his performances. Stuart Palm is known for his unique approach to magic, which combines traditional sleight of hand with principles from psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science to create captivating and thought-provoking illusions. Here are … Read more

The Supernatural Power of Music – Eric P. Dollard

http://youtube.com/watch?v=W_DiYxrJMzA     Eric P. Dollard is a controversial figure known for his unconventional theories in the fields of electrical engineering and physics. He has made various claims about the nature of electricity, electromagnetic phenomena, and the properties of music. However, it’s important to note that Dollard’s ideas are not widely accepted by mainstream scientists … Read more

Bodily maps of emotions

“Bodily maps of emotions” refers to a concept proposed by a team of scientists led by neuroscientist Dr. Lauri Nummenmaa and psychologist Dr. Riitta Hari. Their research, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) in 2013, sought to investigate how emotions are experienced and represented in the human body. The researchers … Read more

Mind Control, Ultimate Brave New World

part 1 https://www.nexusmagazine.com/products/  free-downloads/doc_download/76-mind-contr  ol-the-ultimate-brave-new-world-part-1-of  -2 By Dr Nick Begich. Technologies for stimulating the brain and controlling the mind can have benefits, but they have a dark side that military and intelligence planners have been exploiting for decades. part 2 https://www.nexusmagazine.com/products/  free-downloads/doc_download/77-mind-contr  ol-the-ultimate-brave-new-world-part-2-of  -2 By Dr Nick Begich. New technologies to control the mind, change behaviour and even transfer thoughts for … Read more

What makes music sound ‘good’?

Random paint splashed on a canvas is much less appalling than random notes plunked down on a piano. Research, from Dr. Dmitri Tymoczko. youtube presentation on the geometry of music: “Random paint splashed on a canvas is much less appalling than random notes plunked down on a piano.” http://dmitri.tymoczko.com/publications.html   What makes music sound good is a … Read more

Healing with Sound: Secret Sounds – Ancient Sounds that Advance Consciousness

Develop Psychic and Spiritual Gifts through Sounds – Learn secrets of how sound was mysteriously used for powerful benefits and psychic development in ancient Egypt, China and with the Tibetan monks! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iFl8vOBBF0     “Healing with Sound: Secret Sounds – Ancient Sounds that Advance Consciousness” likely refers to the exploration of the therapeutic potential of … Read more

Weaponization of Sound

TED talk with an inventor of silent sound spread spectrum type technology. Sound that doesn’t emanate from the speaker surface but materializes from high-frequency beat patterns in the air along along a LASER-straight, focused beam that does not fade with the inverse square law or suffer air-related distortions. Pinpoint sound destinations. True binaural playback at … Read more

God Helmet – Mind Booster of the Paranormal, Michael Persinger, Laurentian Univ

…reportedly results in the wearer experiencing hallucinations and other similar cognitive responses that, according to Persinger, manifested as visions of God or of being in the presence of God, among other things. If you’re unfamiliar, the God Helmet is a contraption – a helmet, obviously – that facilitates the transmission of low-frequency electromagnetic waves into … Read more

The high-bandwidth requirement of guitar amps

Malcolm Moore has done extensive research into guitar pickups. SOURCE   The high-bandwidth requirement of guitar amplifiers is a crucial aspect that impacts their performance and the overall sound quality they deliver. In the context of guitar amplification, “bandwidth” refers to the range of frequencies the amplifier can accurately reproduce. For electric guitars, this encompasses … Read more

The Bible, Numbers 7:12-89, and the Solfege Scale

Abstract   Dr Joseph Puleo discovered a pattern of six repeating codes he claimed he had uncovered within the bible. These he believed were encoded,appropriately enough,into the Book of Numbers, chapter 7,in verses 12 through 83. When he deciphered these verses reducing the verse numbers to their single digit integers, the code revealed a series … Read more

Rupert Sheldrake’s seemingly preposterous MORPHIC RESONANCE theory that musical ability passes thru space and time by like-minded, like-bodied, like-DNA animals including humans – wait until you hear his enormous evidence

Abstract Chicks can be conditioned to avoid yellow LEDs but allowed to peck at silver beads. Chicks later, not having been so conditioned, would also tend to avoid the yellow LEDs and favor the silver beads. Rats, poisoned, seem to add to the “morphic resonance field” such that subsequent rats, not yet poisoned, also somehow … Read more

From perception to pleasure: Music and its neural substrates

Abstract   Music has existed in human societies since prehistory, perhaps because it allows expression and regulation of emotion and evokes pleasure. In this review, we present findings from cognitive neuroscience that bear on the question of how we get from perception of sound patterns to pleasurable responses. First, we identify some of the auditory … Read more

Listening to Religious Music and Mental Health in Later Life

Abstract   “Findings suggest that the frequency of listening to religious music is associated with a decrease in death anxiety and increases in life satisfaction, self-esteem, and a sense of control… In addition, the frequency of listening to gospel music (a specific type of religious music) is associated with a decrease in death anxiety and … Read more

Big Bang, the Big Bluff – Prof Konstantin Meyl

The Big Bang is alleged to be the starting point of our universe. This theory, originally proposed by a Jesuit astronomer, is based on the Doppler Effect. All galaxies except our own, the Milk Way, are through our telescopes observed with a “redshift”, which made some physicists conclude that all other galaxies are moving away … Read more

Long-term music training tunes how the brain temporally binds signals from multiple senses

Practicing a musical instrument is a rich multisensory experience involving the integration of visual, auditory, and tactile inputs with motor responses. This combined psychophysics-fMRI study used the musician’s brain to investigate how sensory-motor experience molds temporal binding of auditory and visual signals. Behaviorally, musicians exhibited a narrower temporal integration window than nonmusicians for music but … Read more

Topographic maps of multisensory attention

Abstract   The intraparietal sulcus (IPS) region is uniquely situated at the intersection of visual, somatosensory, and auditory association cortices, ideally located for processing of multisensory attention. We examined the internal architecture of the IPS region and its connectivity to other regions in the dorsal attention and cinguloinsular networks using maximal connectivity clustering. We show … Read more

Dr. Hans Utter Interview – “Music, Mind Control, and Psychobiology, Pt. 5” – #236 Gnostic Media

“We manipulate people like crazy. Every film composer mixes his experience with a talent for musical manipulation, then projects that Machiavellian power, gut to gut.” — Eddie Mason, Acoustical Society of America https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=3&v=YrnKeiBFJCo The interview you’re referring to, titled “Music, Mind Control, and Psychobiology, Pt. 5” with Dr. Hans Utter, is part of the Gnostic … Read more

“Science and the taboo of psi” with Dean Radin

ABSTRACT Do telepathy, clairvoyance and other “psi” abilities exist? The majority of the general population believes that they do, and yet fewer than one percent of mainstream academic institutions have any faculty known for their interest in these frequently reported experiences. Why is a topic of enduring and widespread interest met with such resounding silence … Read more

TOP 10 SONIC TORTURE SONGS FROM GITMO — Psychosonic Drugs – Psychosonic Attacks – Weaponizing Lady GaGa (or any artist / MP3)

You’ll learn how different mental states can be created using frequencies that interact with the brain, how the military is using this attack vector, how Vegas uses these same techniques on customers, which open source software creates these frequency generated psychic states and sites so you can continue your adventures in psychosonics. Multiple new attacks … Read more

Heavy Metal Music makes Killer Mice — Music, Mice & Mazes: David Merrell and His Famous Experiment – Shiller Institute

Abstract The three groups of mice were then run through a fixed maze over four weeks. As time progressed, the mice either got faster or slower. “But the interesting thing about the first year I did this project,” David said, “is that I actually had to cut it short, because the heavy metal music had … Read more

The Music Military Gov Complex

Speaking during a magazine interview in 1971 and not long after he and his band The Rolling Stones parted ways with ‘Decca,’ the music-label/company that had launched their hit recording career, Keith Richards said, “we found out, and it wasn’t years till we did, that all the bread we made for Decca was going into … Read more