Music Theory / Magick / Harmony / 432 hz & more… Dr Narco Longo / Old World Florida

“There’s a guy that did a Ted Talk on metal heads showing their capacity to better integrate feelings of rage and anger. They get that release in the music. So when you spoke of the darker fairy tales that came to mind. Metal music I believe assists in the integration of the shadow. They’re able … Read more

Measuring DIY Speakers — ported / sealed — insulated / not — plastic fiber concrete boxes — Room acoustics, treatments   Helium gas inside enclosure.  Overall +2dB gain as speaker back-pressure is reduced.     Anechoic chamber response — blue/purple is speaker-forward facing; red is speaker-rear facing (into absorptive lining).     Ported vs Sealed.  Ported gives overall more bass output (+5dB), all other factors approximately equal.  Green is ported; blue/purple is sealed.   … Read more

Boiling Water with Resonance — Dumas Effect, Peter Davies, George Wiseman, Stanley Meyer   per CGPT — Boiling Water: Boiling occurs when a liquid reaches a temperature where its vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure surrounding the liquid, leading to the formation of bubbles within the liquid that rise to the surface and escape into the air as steam. This is a physical change that results … 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     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


It’s funny to see all these people finally catching-on.  Dr. Leonard Horowitz published his “MUSICAL CULT CONTROL” paper, what, almost 20 years ago.  And he was not the first to sound warning. “Before 1900 there was no coordinated effort to standardize the pitch.” stated at ~45 seconds in — a little vague.  Chinese manuscripts note … Read more

If human hearing upper limit is 20 kHz then how does a 15 kHz sine-wave sound so remarkably different from 15 kHz square-wave ?

The first (even, sine-wave) harmonic of 15 kHz is, by definition, 30 kHz, more than the supposed ‘upper limit’ of human hearing. The first (odd, square-wave) harmonic of 15 kHz is, by definition, 45 kHz, also more than the supposed ‘upper limit’ of human hearing. The 15 kHz fundamental of both sine and square is … Read more

Ancient Wisdom Revealed By Miami Burial Mound…

From the comments: “You may be explaining interstitial reality / moments / energies. In true high-end audio engineering (and high-energy particle and field physics) exists theory that metal crystalline / matrix structure imparts upon the signal a kind of digitalia meshing, that the bends and breaks and angles are where the energies flow, and the … Read more

Sound, Light, Frequency and the Power to Heal – with Eileen McKusick and Autodidactic

Integrative studies reveal most. “The tuning fork lady”.   “Exploring the Effects of Audible Sound on the Human Body and its Biofield”

Robert Connolly’s PLANT BAND – Musical Plants – Healing Field — Plants connected to midi synths, playing tones in response to stimulation by crystal singing bowl, being watered, other plants, etc.

Can plants sense the presence of humans? Can they communicate with other plants, animals or humans? In this video, Robert W Connolly conducts Robert’s Plant Band, a quartet of musical plants using a quartz crystal singing bowl. This process is documented in – The Healing Field, – – a feature film about healing with … Read more

Musical Mathematical Ratios and the Engineering of Consciousness – Alexandre Tannous – Free Your Mind Conference 3 (2015-04)

Half-step has 100 cents. Western octave is 12 half-steps (tones, notes: C, C#, D, etc. Black and white keys on keyboard) Indian octave has 22 tones Persian and Arabic octave has 24 tones Turkish octave has 53 steps Alexandre Tannous is a musician, educator, and sound therapist known for his work exploring the intersections … Read more

FREQUENCIES (2013) movie premieres memes of sing-song sounds, lyrical control words, and ancient aural technologies

Far more deeply interesting than the shallow, mindless write-ups and reviews would indicate. This movie touches on themes of mind, body, and soul as relating to resonance, vibration, speech and lyrical control. Dissonance between two erstwhile kindred spirits is finally overcome with old technology (made new again) that applies trigger words, sounds, and two-syllable phonemes … Read more

Eric P. Dollard, On Music & Harmonics. Spokane, WA 2015

Conversation with Telsa-scientist Eric P. Dollard. Interviewed by Charles Roland Berry & Yogi Robert Emin. This is a true story of suppressed technology. Some powerful people don’t want the rest of us to have access to new technology– unless of course those people can make billions of dollars from the rest of us. Professor Dollard … Read more

Resonance: Beings of Frequency documentary

Watch from 18:00 in to find out about what’s really killing all the honeybees.   “Resonance: Beings of Frequency” is a documentary film released in 2012 that explores the potential health effects of electromagnetic radiation, particularly from sources such as mobile phones, Wi-Fi networks, and other wireless technologies. The film investigates the concept of … Read more

The Secret of Synchronization

An enormous thanks to Prof. Steven Strogatz — this video would not have been possible without him. Much of the script-writing was inspired and informed by his wonderful book Sync, and his 2004 TED talk. He is a giant in this field, and has literally written the book on chaos, complexity, and synchronization. It was … Read more

Musical intervals and relative pitch: Frequency resolution, not interval resolution, is special

Abstract Pitch intervals are central to most musical systems, which utilize pitch at the expense of other acoustic dimensions. It seemed plausible that pitch might uniquely permit precise perception of the interval separating two sounds, as this could help explain its importance in music. To explore this notion, a simple discrimination task was used to … Read more

Auditory streaming and the building of timbre – Steven Pinker

Harmonies and Melodies, assigning source, deciding musicality, based on timbre.   Auditory streaming, a concept explored in the field of psychology and neuroscience, refers to the brain’s ability to separate and organize complex auditory information into distinct perceptual streams or channels. This phenomenon allows us to perceive and make sense of the various components … Read more

Deep, Broad Connections of 432 Hz — Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form

The idea of using 432 Hz as a reference frequency for music tuning is rooted in numerology, sacred geometry, and ancient traditions. Proponents of tuning music to 432 Hz argue that it has various benefits for listeners, including promoting relaxation, enhancing clarity and focus, and aligning with natural vibrations and cosmic harmonics. “Sonic Geometry: The … Read more

Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form     “Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form” is a documentary film created by filmmaker Eric Rankin. The film explores the relationship between sound, geometry, and consciousness, suggesting that there is a fundamental connection between these elements that underlies the structure of the universe. In the documentary, Rankin delves into various concepts … 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

The Supernatural Power of Music – Eric P. Dollard     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