BrainMap — Mind Control MKULTRA — “Touchless Torture, Target Humanity” — James W Lee docu

Mind Control MKULTRA — “Touchless Torture, Target Humanity” — James W Lee docu

How the human ear works: Science of hearing for musicians

In this video I go over the basics of how a human ear works, and why we all hear things a little differently. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrM3K8QCJcE   === Understanding how the human ear works is crucial for musicians, as it directly affects how they perceive and interact with sound. Here’s a simplified overview of the science of … Read more

Music and the Mind

Jan 22, 2008 213,174 views • Jan 22, 2008 In this edition of “Grey Matters,” Aniruddh Patel, of the Neurosciences Institute, discusses what music can teach us about the brain, and what brain science, in turn, can reveal about music. Series: “Grey Matters” [4/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11189]   “Grey Matters” is a book authored … Read more

Robert Spano, Emory U — At the Intersection of Music & Science

This discussion between Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Emory University Distinguished Artist in Residence Robert Spano, Steve Everett, Professor of Music at Emory University and Martha Grover, Associate Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech and member of the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution explores the overall connections between music and science … Read more

Does Consciousness Extend Beyond Brains? The 2023 Holberg Debate, feat. Seth, Luhrmann, Sheldrake — bio-resonance with soul, mind, consciousness

Do conscious experiences happen both within and outside the brain, and can science solve the ‘hard problem’ of consciousness? At this year’s Holberg Debate, Tanya Luhrmann, Anil Seth and Rupert Sheldrake will take on the deep scientific and philosophical mystery of consciousness. The debate will be chaired by David Malone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofSUaZOW9h8 Callees who predict who … Read more

“Something strange was happening in my brain when I listened…”

Is Einaudi’s music actually good? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_sQ_fb_M1Q CONTRAST: Normal music does not cause the ‘bathed in blood’ reaction — ===   Ludovico Einaudi is an Italian composer and pianist known for his evocative and emotive music. His compositions often blend classical, minimalist, and contemporary elements, creating a unique and captivating sound. Einaudi’s music is characterized by … Read more

Prince, Purple Rain, American Gods, cultural engineering, aether, worship, demonica — FAKE MUSIC INDUSTRY — “Soul removed, spirit removed” — musical control as cultural creation, degradation — Mike Williams on Crrow777 Radio – The Music Industry and Social Engineering

Fake Music Industry   https://rumble.com/v2km6g6-mike-williams-on-crrow777-radio-the-music-industry-and-social-engineering.html   “…[modern music] sounds like ‘a robot singing to a robot’…”   The unnatural “maximization” mentioned in a video comment was posted possibly 20 years ago and by then had already been well underway —       Musical control and culture creation are intertwined concepts that highlight the influential … Read more

Esoteric Nature of Music (1977 VHS)

Esoteric Nature of Music

Excellent – INVERSION is truth of Dark Forces — Vegetable Disclosure. Is This The Biggest Conspiracy? – Tartaria Australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPl_bLVoIQ0

Dr. Erich Jarvis: The Neuroscience of Speech, Language & Music | Huberman Lab Podcast #87

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVxL_p_kToc Dr. Erich Jarvis is a prominent neuroscientist known for his groundbreaking research on the neuroscience of speech, language, and music. His work has contributed significantly to our understanding of how the brain processes and produces these complex forms of communication. Here’s an overview of Dr. Erich Jarvis’s contributions to this field: 1. **Birdsong Research**: … Read more

MIT Institute: ringing-ears/tinnitus 96% linked with cognitive decline — all due to microwave onslaught

  ===   Tinnitus is a condition characterized by the perception of noise or ringing in the ears when no external sound is present. While tinnitus itself is not directly linked to cognitive decline, some studies suggest that there may be associations between tinnitus and certain cognitive impairments, particularly in older adults. Here’s an overview: … Read more

THE BODY MAGNETIC — PHYSICAL SOURCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS, THE PARANORMAL AND SURVIVAL — James E Beichler, The Parapsychological Association Convention 2012

Both human and non-human living organisms have traditionally been viewed and studied as material organisms. Within this context, life has been defined by the biochemical processes that sustain the living organisms, while mind and consciousness have been relegated to functions within the brain. Yet the body is just a complex pattern of energetic material particle … Read more

Thomas Sheridan – Spectral Sounds: Hauntology and Music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET_B5o8Mgko     Thomas Sheridan is an Irish author, artist, and researcher known for his work in the fields of psychology, sociology, and occultism. He has written extensively on topics such as psychopathy, social engineering, and the manipulation of human consciousness. While I cannot provide specific details about his work on “Spectral Sounds: Hauntology and … Read more

Dopamine Rush from Resonance in Malta’s Hypogeum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8JGmht-lS8 150 Hz resonance, entrainment to “high gamma” waves, “linked to conscious awareness.” “It appears that the Temple People are using sounds to generate transcendental experiences during their burials.”     The claim of experiencing a “dopamine rush from resonance in Malta’s Hypogeum” suggests a phenomenon where individuals reportedly feel a surge of dopamine, a … Read more

Vagus Nerve – one way voice and sound may heal, or at least reveal

The vagus nerve carries an extensive range of signals from digestive system and organs to the brain and vice versa. It is the tenth cranial nerve, extending from its origin in the brainstem through the neck and the thorax down to the abdomen and has the widest distribution in the body. Why is that important? Well, it … Read more

BENOX REPORT – 1953 – An Exploratory Study of the Biological Effects of Noise

PDF – BENOX REPORT The BENOX Report, officially titled “An Exploratory Study of the Biological Effects of Noise,” is a landmark scientific study conducted in 1953 by the British National Research Development Corporation (NRDC). The report focused on investigating the potential health effects of noise exposure on humans, animals, and plants. The BENOX Report was … Read more

Vibration as Control Mechanism

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0hRcDsQf3s     Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM) is a controversial concept that refers to the purported ability to remotely monitor and manipulate the neural activity of individuals using advanced technology, typically without their consent or awareness. Proponents of RNM often claim that it involves the use of sophisticated surveillance techniques, such as satellite-based systems or … Read more

Music, Nany Kanwisher, MIT Opencourseware

What is sound? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVHM8dSkimo     Music is a universal form of human expression that involves the organized arrangement of sound elements such as melody, harmony, rhythm, and timbre. It encompasses a wide range of genres, styles, and traditions, and plays a central role in culture, art, entertainment, and communication across societies and historical periods. … Read more

Practical Apps for Learning to Play and Make Beautiful Music

by Stephanie Haywood Making music has various health benefits, from reducing stress and depression to improving memory and reading skills. If you are thinking of picking up a musical instrument, you are taking a smart step towards improved wellbeing. If you have kids who want to play an instrument, they can also benefit; studies have … Read more

Mind Science – WE ARE VIBRATIONAL BEINGS

URL   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQNWDV2R-bI   Content   PART 1 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQNWDV2  R-bI PART 2 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHSH4lf  9DOc Interesting pseudo-sci new-agey stuff; look for patterns, unusual connections in the data.  

Global Consciousness Played as Music – Princeton Edu

“What about the possibility we could use music to detect structure in the data? There is a history dating back to the beginning of the project of ideas for making music based on or driven by the Egg data. There is another sort of history of unusual music in my background, playing with friends long … Read more

Music and the Power of Sound: The Influence of Tuning and Interval on Consciousness

Book on Amazon – https://ilnk.org/2/p8j   Abstract   Music has always been esteemed for its power to speak directly to our higher consciousness, a power founded in the purity of simple harmonic ratios. In this book, Alain Danielou traces the development of musical scales and tuning from their origins in both China and India, through … 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

Colored Shadows, a sensory perception – GOETHE

Using Goethe’s Theory of Colors (Zur Farbenlehre) as a point of departure, LIGHT, DARKNESS, AND COLOURS takes us on a fascinating journey through the universe of colors. In 1704 Sir Isaac Newton published “Light and Refraction,” his study of the interactions between sunlight and prisms. Newton was, as a good scientist, intent on achieving objectivity, … Read more

Language universals at birth

The evolution of human languages is driven both by primitive biases present in the human sensorimotor systems and by cultural transmission among speakers. However, whether the design of the language faculty is further shaped by linguistic biological biases remains controversial. To address this question, we used near-infrared spectroscopy to examine whether the brain activity of … Read more