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In this article and the next we will discuss sound and waves as it is important to understand the nature of waves before we get into our detailed discussion of quantum physics, electromagnetism, photons, and subatomic particle formation and interaction.

It is to be remembered that everything in physical reality is made up of waves of ‘energy’ or consciousness.  All matter is composed of a wave structure at its deepest level so it is helpful to discuss wave properties and the geometric structure of waves since everything beyond this point will hinge upon this all important information.

 

 

The Universe as Vibration & Rhythm

Remember that Nikola Tesla told us, “If you want to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration.”

 

“From the atoms up to the universe, each of the cosmic movements possess a tempo, a rhythm, a periodicity and can be compared then to vibration, therefore to a sound which expresses its nature.  Not all vibrations are perceptible to our ears, but the relationships between the vibrations can be compared to the relations of audible frequencies.  All atoms can thus be considered as the forms of an energy which expresses itself in a rhythm, and all substances are characterized by a particular relationship of rhythms which can be represented by a relationship of sounds.  It is because of this similarity between the relationships of the sounds on one hand and the forms and substances of nature on the other, that language and music are possible.”1

“Every structure in the universe is attuned to a level of the cosmic scale.  Tap any object and listen to the tone it makes.  It’s telling you its natural name.  Each configuration has its own note, its vibration by which it sings to the cosmos.”2

Sir John Woodroffe elaborates on this idea, “The natural name of a being is the sound produced by the concordant action of the moving forces which constitute it.  This is why it is said that he who mentally or physically pronounces the natural name of a being gives existence to the being who bears this name.”

 

“Natural systems are organized arrangements of interacting rhythms.  At every level of organization, every system is energized by, acts with, and emits as complex sets of interdependent rhythmic actions.”3

Gyorgy Doczi writes in The Power of Limits, “The essence of all vibration and rhythm is a sharing of diversities – weak and strong, in and out, up and down, back and forth – at recurrent time intervals.  This holds as true for the tides of the ocean as for our heartbeat; for light, weight and sound as for patterns of plant growth.

All rhythmic vibration is essentially harmonious sharing.  Since this sharing is universally present in musical sound, color, light and weight, patterns of plant growth, ebbs, tides and calendric rhythms, as well as in our own biorhythms, breathing, and heartbeat, we can speak of it as a basic pattern-forming process.”

 

Robert Lawlor reminds us, “The study of sound, as the ancients intuited, provides a key to the understanding of the universe.”

 

Sound is Vibration – Vibration is Geometric – Oscillations and Vibrations of Geometric Aether Forms Light – Light Forms Matter

“Sound is considered to be a vibration of the air, but in the vacuum of space, sound is thought,” writes Freddy Silva.  “As thought travels into Earth’s material plane it is influenced by gravity and the denser layers of the atmosphere where it gains mass – in other words, it physicalizes, taking on the acoustical characteristics of sound as it does so.  By this process the Word is said to ‘descend’ from heaven, to be ‘made flesh’.  Yet this is far more than an apt description of the creation of matter, for it also describes the descent of consciousness.”

 

 

Waves: Sound, Light & Gravity

“It will be clear upon a moment’s consideration even to the non-scientist, that sound, with its art of music, and light with its wealth of color, are vibratory and belong to the realm of force, along with gravitation, heat and other forms of energy.  For sound and light, like all other evidences of motion, are without substance, transitory, and illusive.  They possess none of the properties of matter, are not subject to contraction, expansion, or cohesion; have neither length, breadth, thickness, nor other material attributes, being, as we know, the result of mere undulations and recognizable by humanity through the nicely adjusted nerve senses as they set the aether, air or other material substance in motion.”4

 

“Nature is quite as uniform, harmonic, and precise in her regulation of force as elsewhere, and we know as well that in many ways force responds much more readily to purely geometric laws than does matter.

Heat, light, and sound are so closely allied, so utterly harmonic, that, despite the complete difference in their form as it is recognized by the physical senses, they are, one might almost say, mere variations of the same thing.

The point of interest is the fact of their absolute unity, their subjection in great part to the same harmonic laws and system which control matter, and the possibility of their correlation by being transformed one into another.”5

 

Gravity: varies inversely as the square of the distance through which it is exercised.

Sound: intensity of sound varies inversely as the square of the distance through which it passes.

Light: intensity of light varies inversely as the square of the distance from the luminous body.

 

The rules of these are absolutely identical.  Samuel Colman writes, “Surely this is a unity worthy of consideration.”

What pitch is to sound; color is to light.  Pitch and color are dependent upon the rapidity (frequency) of vibration.

 

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

 

Humanity can only listen to sound in a 20-20,000 Hz range.  This is approximately 10 octaves.

Hear the Human Audio Spectrum at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNf9nzvnd1k .

 

Think, then, about all the other frequencies beyond our hearing.  They exist in an infinite range though we may not be able to see, hear or measure them.

“Let it be kept in mind that the human ear is so adjusted as to recognize sounds only within certain limits of intensity and pitch, but that scientifically sound cannot be said to stop at these points since the waves continue and would be recognized by other ears differently attuned as readily as they are by instruments adjusted for the purpose.”

 

Freddy Silva explains, “Ultrasound is capable of interacting with physical elements to an incredible degree.  Ultrasound is basically any frequency which lies above the limited human auditory threshold of twenty KHz.  It can be aimed, focused and reflected almost like a light beam, and specific frequencies can be focused to cause certain kinds of molecules to vibrate while others nearby are left unmoved.  In February 1988, a report in the science section of the New York Times described how an ultrasonic beam can make, break or rearrange molecules and levitate objects.  These extremely high frequencies are also of crucial significance because they ally with the human mind’s own band of frequencies and are known to affect states of awareness.

By contrast, the lower end of the human hearing range lies around thirty Hz.  Below thirty Hz sound is not heard but felt, and at this end of the scale we are dealing with infrasound.  Infrasonic frequencies interact directly with biological processes, and when combined with high pressure – the acoustic power created at low frequencies can be in the order of kilowatts – they can produce permanent changes in any substances that happen to be in the way, straining them to the point of deformation, including disrupting of chromosomes.”

 

Humanity can only see light and color in a 430-770 THz (terahertz).  This is a range of only 1 octave.

1 Terahertz = one trillion cycles per second.

“The intensity of light, like the intensity of sound, depends upon the strength (amplitude) of the wave, while the color, like the pitch, depends upon the rapidity (frequency) of the vibration regardless of its intensity.”6

 

Freddy Silva writes in Secrets in the Fields, “Light and sound may seem incompatible at first; after all, unlike the transverse electromagnetic waves that make up light, sound is an acoustic wave comprised of nodes and antinodes (peaks and troughs) which travel longitudinally.  Light is both wave and particle, and since every particle is in a state of vibration, its very movement creates a sound.

Sound travels 40 octaves slower than visible light and it travels fastest through copper, the prime material carrier of electricity.  The ‘slowing down’ of light frequencies generates the colors of the visible spectrum, which in turn correspond to notes in the music scale.  Therefore, sound can be construed to be the material carrier of light.”

 

Writes Gyorgy Doczi: “Light, color and sound share the same wave patterns.  What is more, they share the same vibration rates, as J. Dauven proved in 1970.  Diagram A is a composite of both vibrations; sound frequencies (the number of vibrations per second) are shown with a dash-dotted line, and color frequencies are shown with a solid line.  The closeness of the two lines indicates that the experience of harmonious rhythms is shared by the eye and the ear, even though one registers it as color, the other as sound.”

Correspondence between musical sounds and colors.  Sound vibrations of one octave of the keyboard from G to F are tabulated in diagrams A together with the seven spectral colors to show the basic unity in these diverse patterns.  Credit: Gyorgy Doczi – The Power of Limits, 1981

 

 

The Definition of Sound

From the American National Standards Institute:

(a) “Oscillation in pressure, stress, particle displacement, particle velocity, etc., propagated in a medium with internal forces, (elastic or viscous), or the superposition of such propagated oscillation.”

(b) Auditory sensation evoked by the oscillation described in (a).

Waves are the source of sound.

Waves can propagate through air, water, solids and plasmas.

 

 

Sound

Sound is not a thing!  It is an Activity or Organized pattern of behavior.  It is a process.   The Universe = Processes.

Sound is a behavior that is transferred from one substance to another.  It is an efficient medium of information transfer.

A longitudinal pressure wave is composed of alternating regions of compression and rarefaction (rarefaction is the reduction of an item’s density – the opposite of compression).

Credit: Practical Physics, 1922

A common rarefaction wave is the area of low pressure following a shock wave.

Alternating regions of high and low particle density occur.  This yields high and low pressure respectively.

The alternating regions of high and low pressure in a substance equals sound.

Sound can travel through any medium.  It can be absorbed and reflected.

 

 

Reflection & Absorption

When a sound wave strikes a surface, some of it is reflected and some is absorbed.

The reflected sound travels through the space and the process repeats.  The process continues to repeat until all the sound energy has been completely absorbed (or escaped, as in a room).

This process is complex due to: Interference patterns and Reflective materials coloring the sound.

 

 

Reflective materials color the Sound

Every reflective surface also absorbs sound.  Each type of material absorbs certain frequencies more readily than others.  Each type of material changes the sound as it reflects it.  This is called ‘coloring the sound’.

Reflected sound may be almost completely redirected by large flat surfaces or scattered by a diffused surface.

 

Diffusion

Diffusion is the scattering of sound, particularly upon reflection.

Sound waves adjacent when striking a surface are diffused.  This effect creates a sense of spaciousness in the sound field of a room.

Good diffusion is easily achieved by using complex textures for reflective wall panels, such as egg crate foam.

An anechoic chamber (“non-reflective, non-echoing, echo-free”) is a room designed to completely absorb reflections of sound or electromagnetic waves (example pictured below).

 

 

Sound is affected by:

  • Density/pressure relationship in the medium is affected by temperature. This determines the speed of sound within the medium.
  • motion of the medium
  • viscosity of the medium

 

 

The Speed of Sound

The speed of sound is a measure of the distance traveled by sound pulse per unit time (often meters/second).

Speed = Frequency * Wavelength

meters/second = pulses/second * meters/pulse

 

The speed of sound varies with the medium through which it travels.

Sound travels by particles bumping into each other as they vibrate.

“In a gas like air, the particles are generally far apart so they travel further before they bump into one another. There is not much resistance to movement so it doesn’t take much to start a wave, but it won’t travel as fast.

In water, the particles are much closer together, and they can quickly transmit vibration energy from one particle to the next. This means that the sound wave travels over four times faster than it would in air, but it takes a lot of energy to start the vibration. A faint sound in air wouldn’t be transmitted in water as the wave wouldn’t have enough energy to force the water particles to move.

In a solid, the particles are even closer together and linked by chemical bonds so the wave travels even faster than it does in either liquid or air, but you need quite a lot of energy to start the wave at the beginning.”7

 

The speed of sound also depends on:

elasticity – how springy or bouncy a material is

For example, as a string increases tension it becomes more bouncy – sound travels faster along it.

 

inertia – tells its overall density, which tells how easy or difficult it is to move

For example, as a string grows in density it becomes more difficult to move – sound travels slower through it.

 

velocity = the square root of elastic property/inertial property

 

Elastic and inertial properties are not constant.  They depend on:

  • temperature – “Temperature has a marked influence on the speed of sound. This is not due to a change in how closely together the particles are to each other but relates to the amount of energy that each particle has. Hot particles have more energy and transmit sound better than cold particles.”8
  • homogeneity
  • internal field strength variations

 

Three stages of subsonic flight – Stationary (left), “subsonic” (center) at half the speed of sound, and “transonic” near Mach 1.0 (right).  Credit: Chris Collura at http://www.sky-chaser.com/aeroeng.htm

 

“With a stationary object (very slow or not moving), any sound and/or pressure disturbances radiate outward evenly in all directions in still air. Once the object begins moving, it creates both sound and pressure disturbances, and these waves are left behind as the object producing them speeds up.

At roughly half the speed of sound, the pressure/sound waves only make it half way ahead of the object’s direction of travel, while behind it, they become more stretched out. This is called a “Doppler effect”, and an example of this is that familiar pitch change of a train horn passing a stationary observer. [See Article 93 for more on the Doppler Effect and Redshift].  At such speeds, the pressure / sound waves can still make their way away from the object (or aircraft) at subsonic speeds.

When the object (such as an aircraft) reaches the speed of sound, Mach 1.0, the pressure and sound waves cannot get ahead of the object, and only escape behind it. A small shock wave forms at the front of the object (such as the aircraft wings and nose) as the pressure waves are essentially trapped there (compressibility). Wave drag (drag caused by shock waves) also begins at transonic speeds.”9

 

Vibration

Remember:  the propagation of any sound is simply the rapid oscillatory pressure-density change in any medium.

Every living body physically vibrates.  Every vibrating body emits a sound.

An oscillatory motion is any repetitively changing value.

The field-strength value oscillates in  light and gravitational waves.  Electric field strength is a quantitative expression of the intensity of an electric field at a particular location.

The position value oscillates in a vibrating object.  Position value just means it changes its location in space.

The mechanical pressure value oscillates in sound waves.  Mechanical pressure relates to the compression and rarefaction of sound waves.  There is more pressure with compression and less with rarefaction.

 

 

Waves – The Geometry of Sound

Waves are the geometric form of a vibration in time or space, or the disturbance caused by such a vibration.

For example, an ocean wave is a vibration in position of water molecules arranged in and traveling through water.

Particles moving in wave patterns do not exist in nature.  In a water wave the water particles do not move along with the wave but move in circles as the wave passes by.

Water molecules move in circles (in red) as the wave passes through the water.

 

A wave is a particle spaced out in time (a vibrational pattern in space and time).  Some of the particle is the past, some in the present, and some in the future.  This refers to the wave-particle duality of matter.  In space/time matter can be thought of as a collection of particles.  In time/space, where time is 3D and the particles are spaced out in past, present and future, matter is a collection of waves.

 

A wave is characterized by:

Amplitude – the extension of the vibration

Amplitude affects intensity of sound and the intensity of color.  It does not affect pitch or specific color seen.

 

Frequency – the number of times the point oscillates back and forth every second (other units of time can also be used).

Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz).  Hertz measures oscillations per second.

Frequency (or rapidity) measures pitch (in sound) and color (in light).

 

Wavelength – distance between subsequent pulses in a wave (between two crests or troughs)

Wavelength is measured in meters, millimeters…etc.

Wavelength is inversely proportional to the momentum of a particle.

A wave with a small wavelength corresponds to a particle moving with a high momentum.

 

 

Standing Waves

A standing wave is a vibration of a system in which some particular points remain fixed while others between them vibrate with the maximum amplitude.

This is illustrated in Cymatics, discussed in the next article.  The moving geometric forms caused by vibrations are in essence liquid crystals.

Cymatics patterns by Dr. Hans Jenny: Standing Waves of Geometry

Recall that the Aether is a medium of liquid crystals.  The Aether has both fluid-like properties and it is crystallized.  This is an extremely important concept to understand how everything in nature from the smallest to the largest has a geometric form based on the Platonic solids.

 

 

The Causes of Standing Waves:

The medium is moving in the opposite direction to the wave.

Standing waves of geometry are formed when the aetheric medium is flowing inwards towards the source as the wave of EM energy is flowing outwards in the opposite direction.  This is the inward and outward flow of the Aether extensively discussed in Cosmic Core.  Gravity is the inward spiraling centripetal flow and radiation is the outward spiraling centrifugal flow.  This inward and outward flow creates interference patterns which create standing waves.  Photons, and therefore subatomic particles, atoms, molecules…etc., coalesce within these standing waves to form matter.

These standing waves are three-dimensional.  Looking at the moving diagram of the torus above, we have an inward flow and an outward flow that creates the torus.  Within the spherical torus a 3D geometry will form.  The torus is like an invisible 3D spherical halo around the forming geometry.  The geometry that forms depends on the specific wavelength, amplitude and frequencies of the inflow/outflow that creates the torus.  Photons will then coalesce upon the geometry.  These photons spin in various patterns to create subatomic particles.  These subatomic particle spin to form atoms…then molecules…and so forth.

This is an important concept to understand how everything in reality is based upon the Platonic solids (pictured below).  The torus is the spherical halo that surrounds the Platonic solids (or other geometry).  This will be extensively demonstrated throughout Cosmic Core.

These standing waves are geometric and the geometry is based upon the Platonic solids, Archimedean solids and every stellation, truncation and combination of these solids.

 

Standing waves can arise in a stationary medium as a result of interference between two waves traveling in opposite directions.

The phenomenon of resonance also creates standing waves.  This phenomenon is one in which standing waves occur inside a resonator due to interference between waves reflected back and forth at the resonator’s resonant frequency.

 

“Inside standing waves, energy is alternately transferred from kinetic energy to pressure energy, in accordance with Hooke’s law. The medium behaves like a spring section moving to and fro. Inside regular traveling waves both types are present simultaneously and constantly move at the same speed. On the contrary, there is no energy transfer inside standing waves. Finally, when lossless standing waves are present inside a finite space, such waves will theoretically continue to oscillate eternally. But because all standing waves actually lose some of their energy, they need replenishment, hence amplification.”10

 

 

Harmonic Analysis (Fourier Analysis)

Harmonic analysis is the analysis of vibrations in terms of simple sinusoidal components.  The more sinusoidal components added together, the more complex the summed wave can become.

Sawtooth Fourier Analysis

 

This type of analysis is fundamental to all types of engineering and physics.

 

 

Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier (1768-1830)

Jean B.J. Fourier was an 18th century French mathematician who developed a mathematical way to convert any pattern, no matter how complex, into a language of simple waves.

These patterns are called Fourier transforms.  He developed the equations used to convert images into wave forms and back again.

Berkeley neurophysiologists Russell and Karen DeValois, in their 1979 book Spatial Vision found that brain cells did not respond to original patterns, but to the Fourier translations.

“The brain was using Fourier mathematics – the same mathematics holography uses – to convert visual images into the Fourier language of wave forms.”11

 

 

Fourier’s Method

Fourier was able to break down and precisely describe patterns of any complexity into a mathematical language describing the relationships between quantum waves.

Any optical image could be converted into the mathematical equivalent of interference patterns, the information that results when waves superimpose on each other.

In this technique, you also transfer something that exists in space and time (physical space/time) into ‘the spectral domain’.  The ‘spectral domain’ is another term for the metaphysical realm of time/space.  It is a kind of timeless, spaceless shorthand for the relationship between waves, measured as energy.

You can also do the equations in reverse.

 

Simple example of a rectangular pulse function f(t), shown beside its Fourier transform in the first row. In the second row, a shifted rectangular pulse g(t), with its Fourier transform, exhibiting a phase shift in each frequency.

 

Harmonics (Fourier components)

Harmonics are the individual sinusoidal components of a complex wave.

They are whole number multiples of the fundamental frequency.

 

First harmonic (fundamental frequency) = the lowest frequency component

3rd harmonic = three times the frequency

5th harmonic = five times the frequency…etc.

 

The geometry of the first five harmonics of a vibrating string:

As the frequency of each harmonic is proportional to its number, the wavelength of each harmonic is inversely proportional to its number.

For example, the wavelength of the 2nd harmonic is 1/2 the wavelength of the 1st.

The wavelength of the 3rd harmonic is 1/3 the wavelength of the 1st

The wavelength of the 4th harmonic is ¼ the wavelength of the 1st, and so on…

 

 

Harmonic Series Chart

As Pythagoras discovered so many years ago, “The simpler the ratio of the two segments into which a string is divided, the more perfect is the harmony of the notes produced.”

 

 

Sinusoidal Curves

“All vibrations and waves, regardless of complexity can be treated as summations of sinusoidal components of assorted frequencies and amplitudes.”11

Sinusoidal curves are the way waves move through time and trace out a curve (or curves).

The curve is a sine wave or sinusoidal curve.

These are defined by the sine function:

Y = A sin (F*T)

 

Y is the vertical position of the mass relative to the rest position.

A is the maximum displacement of the mass from the rest position.

F is the frequency of oscillation (number of times per second (Hz) that the mass completes an oscillation cycle.

T is time.

 

 

Sine waves as 3D straight-line spirals (or moving circles)

 

 

Sound is 3D

“Audible sounds are bubble-like in nature – not wave-like.

Sound (sonic energy) expands away from the site of the collisions of atoms or molecules as a spherical bubble – the surface of which is in a state of radial oscillation.

The sonic bubble expands and contracts with the same periodicities as the initiating sound source.

The graphical representation of sinusoidal energy (amplitude vs. time) is graphically accurate but is not how energy actually moves through space.

Sound does not travel in longitudinal waves – it propagates spherically in air due to diffraction, the reactive result of atomic collisions.

The components of the sonic energy move in all directions nearly simultaneously”13

 

 

Interference Patterns

Intersecting sound waves interact – sometimes strengthening; sometimes canceling.

High pressure zones overlap to form super high pressure zones.

High and low pressure zones interact and cancel each other.

The pattern formed by all the interacting waves is an interference pattern – a 3D matrix of sound.

Two waves with equal amplitude (red, green) and a frequency ratio of 5:6 are summed (thick blue). Constructive interference is seen at the endpoints and the middle.  Wave Interference By Adjwilley – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0

 

 

Constructive

Two traveling high pressure pulses add to form a temporary and stationary higher pressure zone – then they continue on their respective paths undisturbed.  Constructive interference is seen where the blue waves reach higher than the red and green in the above diagram.  The waves are added together to become greater as seen below.

t=time.  Two equal waves become greater then continue undisturbed.

 

 

Destructive

Higher pressure and low pressure zones cancel each other out.  This forms a temporary and stationary neutral (or ambient) pressure zone.  Destructive interference is seen where the blue waves are smaller than the red and green in the above diagram.  The waves are subtracted to become less or cancel each other out completely as seen below.

t=time.  Two opposite but equal waves cancel each other out then continue undisturbed.

 

 

Resonance

Resonance is the natural vibrational tendency of a system upon receiving energetic input.

Any system has its own characteristic resonant frequencies.

The resonant frequencies remain active longer while the non-resonant frequencies quickly die out.

 

 

Importance of Resonance

A system amplifies its resonant frequencies from among a broad range of frequencies in its input.

When two systems share the same resonant frequencies, energy is readily transferred from one system to the other.

All energetically interacting systems stimulate one another as much as they share resonant frequencies.

 

Herbert G. Dorsey III tells us, “A very important principle in free energy is that of resonance.  In a typical city there may be dozens of radio stations transmitting simultaneously.  If your radio received them all at the same time, you would get a lot of unintelligible noise.  Nikola Tesla invented the tuned circuit, in which a capacitor-coil combination will only resonate at a single frequency.  So, by varying the capacitance with a variable capacitor or variable coil the resonant condition of the tuning circuit in your radio will change and be able to “tune in” the desired station while rejecting all the others.

A similar situation occurs with tuning forks.  If you bring a still tuning fork near a vibrating tuning fork of the same frequency, it will also start vibrating.  If you b ring a still tuning fork of a different frequency near the vibrating fork nothing will happen.

Now the interesting thing is what happens if you bring a hundred still tuning forks of the same frequency near a vibrating tuning fork of that frequency?  The correct answer is they all will start vibrating.  In fact, here we have multiplied the energy of the first vibrating tuning fork a hundred fold!

How much more power will a 100 kilowatt radio transmitter use when 10,000 radio receivers are tuned in, than when only 10 radio receivers are tuned in to that station?  The correct answer is no more power.

Inventor Donald Smith used these resonant principles with Tesla coils to create a free energy device.  He fed oscillating electrical energy into the primary winding of a central Tesla coil.  Around this central coil, he placed more identical Tesla coils tuned to the same frequency.  These coils also started oscillating at the same frequency.  He could then take the electrical energy from the primaries of the surrounding coils add them together and multiply the original energy by a factor depending on the number of the surrounding coils.  As with most of Don Smith’s free energy invention, the operating principal was quite simple and effective.

A parametric amplifier can be made by either varying the capacitance of inductance of a tuned circuit at the same frequency (or twice the frequency) that the circuit is tuned to.  When this condition is satisfied, the power of the oscillations is dramatically increased.  This is another phenomenon of resonance.

Some question where the extra power comes from.  Some use quantum physics to explain power amplification by parametric amplifiers.  But simply, if one realizes that both the electric and magnetic field are Aether in motion and this motion is a collective motion in the otherwise chaotic motion of Aether particles traveling at the velocity of light, one could understand where the energy is coming from.  The parametric resonance condition coheres a small fraction of the total energy present in the Aether into these oscillating electric and magnetic fields.”14

 

 

Schumann Resonances

The Schumann Resonances are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency portion of the Earth’s electromagnetic field spectrum.

They are named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who predicted them mathematically in 1952.

7.83 Hz is the fundamental frequency.  In essence, it is a standing wave in the Earth-ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the Earth.

Its harmonic wavelengths are: 14.3, 20.8, 27.3 and 33.8 Hz.

Herbert Konig, W.O. Schumann’s successor at Munich University, demonstrated a correlation between Schumann Resonances and brain rhythms.

He found that the main frequency produced by Schumann oscillations is very close to the frequency of alpha brain rhythms, specifically the alpha brain rhythms of mammals.

Interestingly, “The physical condition of early Astronauts deteriorated severely whilst in Outer Space, away from the Schumann Resonance.  The problem was solved by introducing the ‘Schumann Simulator’ into all space shuttles, a magnetic pulse generator mimicking the Earth’s frequency.  This demonstrates the simple fact that we cannot be healthy if disconnected from the ‘natural biological frequency’.”15

 

 

Conclusion

In this article we have discussed some of the important properties of waves.  The key to remember is that everything in reality is composed of waves.  There is also a wave-particle duality to all matter.  This wave-particle duality arises from the dual nature of reality – that is, the two realms of existence that continually oscillate back and forth from one to the other: the metaphysical realm of time/space and the physical realm of space/time.

 

While matter is in time/space it is structured as a wave spread out in time and space.  While it is in space/time, it is structured as a particle or a discrete point in space and time.

All matter is both a particle and a wave, yet the waves are the source structure of matter.  In essence, the waves come first.  They are the result of fluctuations of consciousness.  These fluctuations are waves.  The waves, as they oscillate back and forth between the two realms create interference patterns.  These interference patterns result in standing waves.  The standing waves are geometrically structured, as the Aether itself is geometrically structured as a medium of fluid crystals.  The specific type of geometry that matter then crystallizes upon is dependent on the source wave or fluctuations.  The type of source wave leads to the type of matter formation, as each type of matter and each species of life has its own specific ‘natural name’ or frequency structure and type.

 

Understanding wave structure helps us understand interactions and processes as they occur in time/space and how elusive spread-out waves, in turn, can form discrete structured matter in physical reality.

In the next article we will explore the geometry of sound and frequency in more detail.

 

  1. Lawlor, Robert, Sacred Geometry: Philosophy & Practice, Thames & Hudson Ltd. London, 1982
  2. Schneider, Michael, A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe, HarperCollins Publishers, 1994
  3. Anderson, Thomas, Sound Therapy Foundations: They Physics of Sound and Vibration, November 2012
  4. Colman, Samuel, Nature’s Harmonic Unity, Forgotten Books, 2017
  5. ibid.
  6. ibid.
  7. https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/572-sound-on-the-move
  8. ibid.
  9. Collura, Chris, Aircraft Propulsion & Flight Principles, http://www.sky-chaser.com/aeroeng.htm
  10. LaFreniere, Gabriel, http://www.mysearch.org.uk/website3/Index.htm
  11. Talbot, Michael, The Holographic Universe, Harper Perennial, 1991
  12. Anderson, Thomas, Sound Therapy Foundations: They Physics of Sound and Vibration, November 2012
  13. Cymascope, http://www.cymascope.com/cyma_research/physics.html
  14. Dorsey III, Herbert G., Secret Science and the Secret Space Program, 2015
  15. http://www.schumannresonator.com/

 

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