Kids Lose Their SOUL! Until Scientists Learn the Electrical Engineering of Ensoulment w Dan Winter

Kids Lose Their SOUL! Until Scientists Learn the Electrical Engineering of Ensoulment w Dan Winter.

What is Sound Healing and How Does It Work?

Sound healing is a holistic practice that uses sound frequencies, vibrations, and resonance to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It is based on the principle that everything in the universe, including our bodies, is in a state of vibration, and that specific frequencies can have profound effects on our health and consciousness. Sound healing … Read more

Coherent Mass Human Attention Reduces Randomness — Measuring the Emotional — Princeton Noosphere Project

CGPT The term “Princeton Noosphere Project” likely refers to the work conducted by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory, which was part of Princeton University. While the term “noosphere” itself wasn’t explicitly used by PEAR in the names of their projects, the concept of the noosphere is closely related to the types of phenomena … Read more

Music, Frequencies Effects on Body and Mind — Tavistock, Pop Cult, Taylor Swift (Dec 2023) Mike Williams / Sage of Quay

On Tavistock, George Martin, Beatles — music, frequency effects on listener, culture.  ~12:00 in   https://www.bitchute.com/video/4EFrcDyJwrkj/     CGPT: CYMATICS   Cymatics, from the Greek word “kyma” meaning “wave,” is a term coined by Hans Jenny (1904-1972), a Swiss physician and natural scientist, to describe the study of visible sound and vibration. This field explores … Read more

Esoteric Nature of Music (1977 VHS)

Esoteric Nature of Music

We Are Frequency – Tuning in with Tuning Forks – with Eileen McKusick – Conversations with Cambell Purvis (AUTODIDACTIC youtuber)

Sound healing extraordinaire. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVJ0qNpMJsc “Stuck sound”   “We Are Frequency – Tuning in with Tuning Forks” featuring Eileen McKusick is likely a discussion or presentation exploring the concept of frequency and its effects on human health and consciousness, particularly through the use of tuning forks. Conversations with Campbell Purvis, an autodidactic YouTuber, suggests that this … 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

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

The Mind Control manipulations of the illuminati Music Industry [Mark Devlin – New Horizons 2014]

The 22nd of September 2014. Mark Devlin gives a stunning presentation to New Horizons Saint Annes…The Mind Control manipulations of the illuminati Music Industry. Mark Devlin is a UK-based club and radio DJ, music journalist and author, and is renowned for his understanding of what’s really going on in the music media. In 2010, Mark … Read more

Alan Watt – The Music Industry

Deep analysis of mind control techniques as applied through music. Content INSIDE THE LC by DAVE MCGOWAN http://davesweb.cnchost.com Military involvement in music industry, fashion and media. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFlJREc2Lps     Alan Watt is known for his perspectives on various topics, including the influence of the music industry. In his discussions, he often delves into how the … Read more

How The Media Controls Your Mind – Alan Watt

This video is an edited version of one of Alan Watt’s blurbs from November 23, 2006. This video provide a brief introduction to the subject of predictive programming and how the mainstream media has been used to subtly manipulate our minds to guide us down a particular path. There is so much to this whole … Read more

Death Metal and Music Criticism: Analysis at the Limits

Death Metal and Music Criticism: Analysis at the Limits. By Michelle Phillipov. pp. xx + 158. (Lexington Books, Lanham, MD, 2012.95. ISBN 978-0-7391-6461-7.)   Abstract Michelle Phillipov challenges the tendency of popular music studies to focus on questions of a political nature. The first half of the book is a thorough critique of ‘The Rise … Read more

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

Heavy Metal Music makes Killer Mice — Music, Mice & Mazes

Your Brain on Music

Your Brain on Music: A Story of Song Meets Science Daniel Levitin, Author, This Is Your Brain on Music In musical conversation with Alex de Grassi, Grammy Award-nominated Fingerstyle Guitarist Ever wonder what’s going on in your brain when you tune in to your favorite radio station or hum that song stuck in your head? … Read more

Your Choice of Music Matters – “Science and your Brain”

In this first episode of Your Choice of Music Matters, titled “Science and Your Brain”, Titus Kuulu shares some insights of how music affects the brain. Recorded and Produced by 2nd Coming Broadcasting Network (2CBN TV) in Nairobi Kenya. http://www.2cbn.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O29p-z9VyeU In this episode, titled “Science and Your Brain,” listeners can expect to learn about … Read more

The improvising brain: music and complex systems science

Professor Henrik Jensen (Mathematics) takes us for a musical journey through the brain as we understand the effects of melodies on the mind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5lZ-ayhIXg     “The Improvising Brain: Music and Complex Systems Science” is a fascinating topic that explores the intersection of music cognition, neuroscience, and complex systems theory. This interdisciplinary field of study … Read more

Neurobiological Aspects of Neurologic Music Therapy

Abstract “…we present data on the potential of music making to support and facilitate neurorehabilitation. We focus on interventions such as melodic intonation therapy and music-supported motor rehabilitation to showcase the effects of neurologic music therapies and discuss their underlying neural mechanisms.” Content Neurobiological Aspects of Neurologic Music Therapy Eckart Altenmüller, MD, MA1ਪ*’ Gottfried Schlaug, … Read more

Fear across the senses: brain responses to music, vocalizations and facial expressions

Abstract   “…subject-specific amygdala responses to fearful music and vocalizations were correlated, consistent with the proposal that the brain circuitry involved in the processing of musical emotions might be shared with the one that have evolved for vocalizations. Overall, our results show that processing of fear expressed through music, engages some of the same brain … Read more

Library of Congress symposium — Music and the Brain

Music and the Brain: Depression and Creativity Symposium. Music and the Brain: From Mode to Emotion in Musical Communication. Music and the Brain: The World in Six Songs. Music and the Brain: The Music of Language and the Language of Music. Music and the Brain: Music, Criminal Behavior, and Crime Prevention. Music and the Brain: … Read more