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

Sound. DNA. Life. The Study No One Talks About

Epigenetics – the factors beyond DNA sequence that influence genetic expression.         CGPT The list you’ve provided encompasses a broad range of topics that intersect various fields such as biology, acoustics, music, physics, and wellness. These terms collectively suggest an interest in how sound and electromagnetic frequencies might influence biological processes, … Read more

Radiethesia, Radionics, Psychotronics — EXCELLENT Overview of Principles, Aspects

calm, smooth, broad, deep, clear — EXCELLENT overview of spectrum   CGPT Radiesthesia, radionics, and psychotronics are all terms related to the study and manipulation of subtle energies or forces for various purposes, including healing, diagnosis, and influencing consciousness. Here’s a brief overview of each: 1. **Radiesthesia**: – **Definition**: Radiesthesia is the practice of … Read more

If you like sports of any kind, and even if not, this will force your mind open… From Michelle Gibson A brief introduction into circuit board earth, a look at sports & my findings within sports stadiums, finally looking at the philosophy behind sports.  

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

Fractal geometry of music

Abstract   Music critics have compared Bach’s music to the precision of mathematics. What “mathematics” and what “precision” are the questions for a curious scientist. The purpose of this short note is to suggest that the mathematics is, at least in part, Mandelbrot’s fractal geometry and the precision is the deviation from a log-log linear … Read more

Dr. Joseph Farrell – Hidden Metaphysics, History & Philosophy     Dr. Joseph Farrell is a prolific author and researcher known for his work in alternative history, speculative science, and conspiracy theories. While I’m not able to provide direct information about a specific work titled “Hidden Metaphysics, History & Philosophy” authored by Dr. Joseph Farrell, it’s possible that it could be a title … Read more

Music is Math in Action

Marty Leeds has been writing songs and poetry for over 18 years and has had an interest in everything from philosophy, to esoterica, mathematics and the sciences. He was born and raised in southern Wisconsin and has lived in Washington, Oregon and Colorado. Marty returns to Red Ice Radio to discuss “mathemagics,” Gematria and the … Read more

Importance of 432 Hz Music – Omega432

THE IMPORTANCE OF 432HZ MUSIC Omega432 Importance of 432Hz Music Article By: Brian T Collins Can the current international concert pitch of music somehow be improved to create a more resonant and pleasant positive experience for both the musician and the listener? Can that change be more resonant based on observations of geometry and mathematical … Read more

Electrically Structured Water

In this lecture Dr. Jerry Pollack, a professor in the bio-engineering department of the University of Washington, discusses new insights into structured water garnered in his lab during the past year. Dr. Pollack has spent the last 10 years researching the role of water in biological tissue, and his discoveries could have a profound impact … 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

Understanding the Different Types of Acoustical Treatments – Absorption

In this livestream, we go over the various types of acoustical room treatments with resident expert Anthony Grimani. We discuss how to acoustically treat a room and where to locate treatments along with things you should NOT do. Various acoustical treatment types are discussed with this episode focusing on absorption. Diffusion, reflectors, and bass traps … Read more

Bio Geometry Overview, Dr. Robert Gilbert

How geometric forms affect life functions. part 1 of 2 part 2 of 2 Published on Jun 6, 2013 An excellent overview by Dr. Gilbert on BioGeometry — from the Special Topics conference in Asheville, NC, November 2012. Another video w/ Gilbert     BioGeometry, developed by Dr. Ibrahim Karim, is a … Read more

BioGeometry: The Relationship Between Shape and Energy

An interview with Dr. Ibrahim Karim, founder of the science of BioGeometry.     BioGeometry is a discipline that explores the relationship between shape, energy, and living organisms. Developed by Dr. Ibrahim Karim, BioGeometry suggests that certain geometric shapes and patterns possess inherent energetic qualities that can interact with the energy fields of … Read more

Nassim Haramein: Sacred Geometry And Unified Fields     Nassim Haramein is a physicist known for his unconventional theories, particularly regarding the relationship between sacred geometry and unified fields. Here’s an overview of some key concepts associated with Nassim Haramein’s work on sacred geometry and unified fields: 1. **Unified Field Theory**: Haramein has proposed a unified field theory, which seeks to … Read more

Geometry of Consonance – Music and Mathematics

…provides an accessible, multimedia introduction to this new way of thinking about music, in which the audience can both listen to and watch pieces of music as they move along cones, Mobius strips, and other geometric objects. Elementary concepts of music theory can be translated into the language of contemporary geometry. Musical chords live in … 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.”  

Musical Geometry

Simple but powerful presentation that links musical theory with geometry, Carl Munck’s THE CODE, cymatics, A440, the pyramids and much more. Simple but powerful presentation that links musical theory with geometry, Carl Munck’s THE CODE, cymatics, A440, the pyramids and much more – Edgar Cayce: ‘…the pyramids were built on a song.’   Musical geometry … Read more