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By Paula Peterson
After reading this article, you may have a new appreciation for your cat!
Elizabeth von Muggenthaler is a research scientist and bio-acoustic specialist who has gone where no man (or woman) has gone before – into the mysterious realm of the healing power of a cat’s purring, the haunting whale-song of the Sumatran rhino, and about the sounds that we feel but never hear. She is also president of Fauna Communication Research Institute, where amazing breakthroughs are being made that may forever change the way we listen to the animals.
Elizabeth was truly delightful to speak with. Her love and devotion to animals came through quite clearly during our interview. In fact, she was walking one of her beloved horses throughout most of our conversation and spoke to me on her cell phone.
One of the most remarkable things I experienced when first contacting Elizabeth were some of the sounds that play on her research web site. In particular, I was fascinated with the sounds of the Sumatran Rhinoceros. I had no idea that a Rhinoceros could sound so similar to the sounds of a humpback whale. It was eerie and intriguing at the same time. Continue reading
The ancient practice of acoustics and sound healing were known to the Egyptian priest architects. The ancient Egyptians laid the foundations of many sciences and some of their discoveries influenced Greek and Roman technologies.
In the field of acoustics we know from the Roman architect, Vetruvius, that acoustic techniques were employed in both the Roman and Greek cultures; knowledge that was almost certainly inspired by acoustical principles obtained from ancient Egypt. Almost every person who has experienced the acoustics of the Great Pyramid’s King’s Chamber has walked away with a feeling of awe, in some cases coupled with an impression that the chamber was designed to be reverberative. For a relatively small chamber, the reverberation is indeed extraordinary; one can literally hear one’s own breathing (when the fluorescent lighting is turned off!) and this experience often accompanies feelings of deep reverence. This notion of design implies a prior knowledge of acoustics. Continue reading
by PL Chang
If we want to understand how the material world is created and what keeps it in a perpetual motion, we need to study the language of the living energy codes of matter, which is made of light, sound, and vibration. Most of us know that the material world is made of matter, but we do not understand the mechanics behind it.
Conventional science taught us that the material world came into existence by accident. If we study the science of matter deeply enough, we should eventually come to the conclusion that the material world did not occur by accident. The fact that physicists can describe the Universe using only mathematical formulas is proof that a divine being designed and created the material or external world.
When we look at frequency and vibration from the perspective of the external Creation, frequency and vibration have their differences. Frequency is the cyclic pattern of scalar waves that flash on and off. The frequency rate is determined by how fast energy units (partiki) contract and expand. Partiki units are the smallest building blocks of matter, even smaller than the smallest particles known to the human race. For this reason, modern scientists are not yet aware of partiki. Partiki are made of units of conscious energy that act like the template upon which consciousness enters manifestation. Continue reading
Listening to music can be a deep and profound experience. It can induce different moods and states of being. Science also tells us that music has several benefits, for example, lowering blood pressure, lowering heart rate and decreasing anxiety.
Listening to music also activates and engages multiple areas of your brain.
When you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body workout for the brain.
Both playing and listening to music has a vast amount of positive effects on the mind and body. There are numerous practical applications to change people’s lives, many of which are yet to be applied.
Just like meditation in schools can help children’s development, so can music. Playing music can aid in literacy and improves academic results, and more active participation increases the benefit. Continue reading
“If you wish to understand the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration” – Nikola Tesla
Jeremy Pfeiffer demonstrates how a Native American Church Healing Chant translates to the observable world. On the left, we see the chant through a cymatic transposition in water. The right shows the same transposition through a symmetrical kaleidoscope set at a golden mean angle.
Music provided by Primeaux & Mike with Joe Jakob
Song: Awakening Album: Sacred Path Canyon Records