Monday, June 3, 2013

528 Hz Experiment

A few days ago I did an experiment with my friend Nick Tucco, similar to the previous post where the frequency of 432 Hz created symmetric patterns. This time we are using 528 Hz, which is one of the Solfeggio Frequencies.

We used my guitar amp, his drum, and a bunch of sand. Connecting my amp to a computer, we played the tone 528 Hz on pretty high volume which made the drum vibrate and distribute the sand over its surface in patterns.

Initially we had too little sand, which only showed a hole in the middle surrounded by two rings of sand.
Later, when we added more sand to the drum, the hold in the middle didn't show up, but instead seven empty circles around the edge of the drum were seen. Both times we used 528 Hz.

The sounds we create have an impact on the environment and can create something beautiful. Taking this to a deeper level, our thoughts are nothing but unmanifest sounds and have similar capabilities. Before we can speak, we have to have a thought, even if it is unconscious. If we can fine tune our amplifiers to create sand patterns on a drum, who says we can't fine tune our consciousness to create patterns in our life?

If you want to delve deeper into the mystery of frequencies, read about the difference between 440 Hz and 432 Hz here.


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