Frequencies of interest
There is a lot of confusion and misinformation about which frequencies are interesting and have any effect on our physical being. Many stated frequencies can be measured from observation of physical and astronomical events. They can be observed and measured with scientific instruments.
Some frequencies are derived from other frequencies, like multiplying to get harmonics or octaves, while dividing yields sub harmonics and fundamental frequencies. Whether the resultant frequencies have any significance would be up for debate.
Frequencies based on the so called Solfeggio Scale, are widely quoted and are based on articles written by a Dr. Joseph Puleo and Leonard G. Horowitz.
There is a lot of published material regarding all of these specified frequencies and the interested reader is advised to make their own investigations and conclusions. There is scarce information which can be shown to have a true scientific basis and much use of the words ‘ ..is said to .. do this or do that’ with no reference to the source.
We are left to our own experimental evidence and personal experience to decide the truth or relevance of the information.
What is true of course is that there is much unknown about our universe. Many strange and inexplicable events occur which lead us to experiment and theorise about the true nature of the world around us.
7.83 Hz Schumann Resonance – Earths Vibrational Frequency
136.1 Hz the’Om’ frequency
174 Hz – Solfeggio Frequency
256 Hz Chakra The Root
285 Hz – Solfeggio Frequency
320 Hz Chakra Solar Plexus
341 Hz Chakra Heart
384 Hz Chakra Throat
396 Hz UT – The Ancient Solfeggio Scale
417 Hz RE – The Ancient Solfeggio Scale
448 Hz Chakra 3rd Eye
441 Hz The “Cube” Frequency
432 Hz DNA Healing Chakra Cleansing Meditation
480 Hz Chakra The Crown
528 Hz MI – Solfeggio Frequency
639 Hz FA- Solfeggio Frequency Connecting Relationships
741 Hz SOL -Solfeggio Frequency Said to help with Toxin Release, solving problems, self expression
852 Hz LA- Solfeggio
963 Hz SI- Solfeggio
What is frequency?
A frequency is a measurement of how often something changes and the standard unit of measurement it Hertz ( Hz), from Heinrich Hertz. Hertz was a German physicist who first conclusively proved the existence of electromagnetic waves. The unit of frequency – cycle per second – was named the “hertz” in his honour.
It is not only electromagnetic waves that have frequency. Sound waves also have frequency measured in cycles per second (Hz).
It is common practise therefore to attribute most cyclical events with a frequency specified in Hz.
Very slow events, sub one cycle per second are given units of milli Hz whilst very high frequencies are generally expressed in KiloHertz, MegaHertz, GigaHertz and TerraHertz etc.
Converting frequency to – SOUND
The simplest and most obvious is sound. Every sound that you hear comprises air being moved in a reptitive manner, back and forth depending on the general direction of the sound wave itself. Most sounds that you hear in your daily life comprise many different frequencies of different intensities and durations that then make up a particular sound or noise.
Rarely will you hear a single frequency, or ‘tone’ unless it has been specifically generated. Even musical instruments generate a range of frequencies for each note. This is what gives them their unique characteristic sound.
A tuning fork is perhaps the simplest device to produce a pure single frequency. Its prongs vibrate at a particular (fundamental) frequency depending on their size, and moves the air in a near sinusoidal motion. If the motion deviates from a pure sinusoidal motion then it will also generate harmonics – which are related higher frequencies to the fundamental.
A loudspeaker moves air due to electrical current passing around a magnet. This is the most common way of producing sound directly from a changing electrical signal. The frequency of the current matches the frequency of the motion of the loudspeaker cone, and hence the frequency of the sound that you hear.
Again, the electrical signal can comprise a single sine wave frequency whereupon you hear a pure single tone, or a mix of frequencies that comprise speech, music or any other sound.
Very low frequencies are normally called InfraSound , whilst very high frequencies are called UltraSound.
Both infrasound and ultrasound are inaudible but they both can have physical effects on the body and can be good or bad depening on the frequency. power and application.
Converting frequency to – RADIO
Another well know use of frequency is in radio or wireless signals. If an alternating electrical current is generated with a particular frequency it will set up a local electric and magnetic field that radiates away from the generator.
What is not commonly understood is that every changing electrical current radiates a wireless signal, no matter what frequency it is. We only use a certain range of frequencies for radio communication because of the ease with which we can effectively send and receive them over any distance and with any useful meaning.
This does mean that your loudspeaker is also a radio transmitter, but the frequencies being used are very low and they do not radiate well because there is no effiecient antenna in the circuit.
An antenna / aerial is a device used to effieciently couple the electrical signals to free space. It has to be specifically designed to work within a range of frequencies. Frequencies outside its designed range will not couple to free space at all well which is why your loudspeakers do not work as a radio transmitter.
It’s worth mentioning that all frequencies have a wavelength associated with them. Because we are always sending our sound or radio signals through some medium ( air / free space ) a ‘wave’ is produced. Imagine the motion of a wave in water created by a bobbing bouy. The bobbing could be at say twice every second ( 2 Hz ), and the resultant waves can be seen radiating away from the bouy. The wavelength is a measure of distances between two similar points of the traversing wave.
The wavelength can be seen to change as the water changes depth because the wave travels at differnt speeds depending on the depth of water.
Similarly sound waves and radio waves have associated wavelengths which will be due to the speed of propagation of the waves through air and free space respectively.
Converting frequency to – LIGHT
Light is actually a radio signal with a very high frequency. So high that we cannot produce it or receive it using normal radio techniques. Our eyes however are tuned to respond to these very high radio signals.
We tend not to think of light as a radio wave, but it is. We cannot see infrared light with our eyes, but it exists, and is a radio wave, just a lower frequency than our eyes can respond to.
You could think of our eyes as radio antennas, tuned to a specific range of frequencies.
This then shows us that light itself has a frequency, and the particular frequency determines the colour of the light.
Mixed mode frequencies
Frequencies can be combined within the same medium. For example, a combination of different air vibrational frequencies comprise complex sounds as decoded by our ears. Combinations of different light frequencies create different colours are decoded by our eyes.
What if we could combine the two?
Combining frquencies is called mixing or modulating.
When a radio signal is used to convey speech, the sound waveform is used to subtly change the base radio signal (carrier) and can subsequently be extracted using an appropriate radio receiver.
Light can also be modulated.
Optical fibre transmission switches a laser light on and off at extremely high speed which can be detected and decoded at the receiving end. The laser light is the carrier, and the data causing the switching is the modulating signal.
A simple light dimmer switches the lamp on and off at a frequency much faster than you can see, but the effect is to reduce the total energy coming from the lamp and thus making it dimmer. However, most lamps are already being modulated by the incoming 50 or 60Hz electricity power. A dimmer simply cuts off parts of the power in synchronisation with the mains frequency,
The crystal colouriser modulates its colours using frequencies other than 50Hz. In this way the Chakra, Schuman and Solfeggio frequencies can be imparted on to the frequencies of the colours themselves.
The basic crystal colouriser is tuned to the ‘Om’ frequency.
We are adding additional information to the resultant light and changing its properties.
If for example the atomic structure of a crystal is sensitive to a lower frequency as well as a coloured light frequency we now have a unique method to inject this frequency into the crystal.
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