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IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE WORD
Eastern and western mythological and religious traditions agree that a Word,a primal sound, is the origin of the creation.
The Bible says:
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God; all things were made through Him, and without him was not anything made that was made.” – Bible, John 1:1
John is clearly referring to a single creative Word, not to the Bible collectively.
When you find the Word, you have found God!
The gospel of John is only one example of the ancient and universal belief that God created the Universe by means of a vibratory emanation, a divine Word.
Quantum physics agrees that vibration (sound) is the essence of all forms in the creation. Sound vibration brings into being the visual world of forms.
The Rig Veda revealed long ago that this primal sound, this ‘Word of God’, is AUM (OM).
The Vedic, Persian, Egyptian, Sumerian, and other ancient cultures teach that AUM radiates from the Sirius star system, Sirius A and Sirius B.
The acoustics of the Sirius Star System will reveal the truth concerning this Word of God.
How is AUM generated by Sirius A and B, and how is it said correctly?
The three sounds and tones of AUM are generated by the individual orbits of Sirius A and B, and their combined double helical spiral linear motion:
1. The A is generated by Sirius B’s orbit, and is said like the A in America, uh, in the tone F.
2. The U is generated by Sirius A’s orbital motion, and is said like the u in tune in the tone F#.
3. The M is generated by their combined double-helix linear motion, and is said in the tone G.
The animation below shows the actual orbits and double helical linear pathway of Sirius A and B, and how these motions generate the three sounds and tones of AUM.
Why would God use the F, F#, G, tritone?
AUM is the ultimate fractal information compression system. The F, F#, G, tritone used to say AUM creates an infinity of overtones and undertones.
AUM is the ‘Mandelbrot Set of sound’ that encodes the entire creation. To be more exact, AUM is the transposed sound of the Mandelbrot Set of fractal geometry.
(AUM in the F, F#, G tritone) = (Z=Z squared+C)
The science of Cymatics provides visual proof of the ‘sound equals form’ axiom, so we can now see the vibratory form of AUM.
Hans Jenny’s work in the science of Cymatics (the study of the interrelationship of sound and form) has shown that when AUM is spoken, the pattern of circles and triangles of the Sri Yantra appears in an electron vibration field sensor called a Tonoscope. (See below left).
The very ancient traditional image of the Sri Yantra has always shown the fifty sounds of the Vedic Sanskrit language distributed throughout the diagram of the Sri Yantra. (See above right)
Jenny also discovered that when the individual sounds of the Vedic Sanskrit alphabet are spoken, the written form of the letter appeared in the tonoscope. The sound of the letter is the vibratory form of the letter.
The fifty sounds of the Vedic Sanskrit alphabet are known to have their origin with AUM.
The fifty sounds of this divine alphabet are in fact generated by and radiate from the Sirius system because Sirius A and B go through a fifty year orbit around each other that is divided into fifty segments of sound by fifty eclipses.
The modern languages of Europe are called Indo-European languages because they are ‘daughters’ of Vedic Sanskrit, the ‘Mother Tongue.’
The AUM Symbol and Fractal Geometry
The science of Cymatics has shown that the Sri Yantra is produced by the sound of AUM, but what is the origin of the AUM symbol?
Although the AUM symbol is drawn in many different ways, the correct form and proportions of the AUM symbol are determined by the visual outline that appears in the Sri Yantra.
Locating the AUM symbol in the Sri Yantra is as simple as entering dots on the corners of the triangles that approximate the form of the AUM symbol, and then connecting the dots.
The form and proportions of the AUM symbol that appears in the Sri Yantra, are an exact match for the form and proportions of Sirius A and B at their once every fifty years conjunction.
The form and proportions of the AUM symbol appearing in the Sri Yantra are also the form and proportions of the outline of the Mandlebrot set.
The Mandlebrot Set is the visual representation of the fractal formula Z = Z squared + C. This fractal formula is the origin of the beautiful and infinitely varied imagery of fractal geometry, the geometry of DNA and the natural world.
AUM is the fractal sound formula for the Mandlebrot set, and the infinity of auditory and visual forms generated by the M-Set.
AUM and the Mandlebrot set are fully transposable and represent the true infinity of sound and form (Sanskrit nama and rupa) of the created universe.
AUM = (Z=Z squared + C). AUM in the creative F, F#, G, tritone is what the Mandlebrot set sounds like, and is the sound made by the DNA at cell division (mitosis).
The excellent book on fractal geometry: The Colors of Infinity, includes a copy of this educational and visually inspiring documentary.
It is an astonishing fact that the outline and proportions of the AUM symbol appearing in the Sri Yantra is a perfect match for the outline and proportions of Sirius A and B at their conjunction, the Mandlebrot Set, and the sitting Buddha.
These are scientifically provable connections between the fractal sound formula of AUM, and the fractal visual formula of the Mandelbrot Set that describe the curvilinear forms of the DNA-based creatures of the living world.
In Clarke’s documentary, Dr. Michael Barnsley says of the Mandlebrot Set, “It’s just like the DNA,” and Dr. Ian Stewart says, “Some people actually call it the thumbprint of God.”
Where else does this miraculous tritone appear?
1. Cell division (mitosis): The F, F#, G, tritone of AUM accompanies the miracle of cell division when the DNA creates a new strand of DNA (and checks it for errors).
Cells are sound chambers. All the molecular processes and functions in the cell are controlled by the sound radiated by the DNA. The tritone occurs at mitosis when the DNA creates a copy of itself, and then it just hums along in a G tone until the next replication. “The F, F#, G tritone is particularly intense briefly before mitosis (cell division) when two nuclei with identical genetic information are formed. Mitosis is only one of many creative microcosmic processes that are accompanied by this sacred tritone.” Nada Brahma: The World is Sound: Music and the Landscape of Consciousness, p. 69
From a single cell, our entire organism grew out by using the F, F#, G, tritone of AUM.
“The F, F#, G, tritone forms the key tension in the nitrogen atom during photosynthesis when sunlight is transformed into chlorophyll, into living green. From sunshine grows living matter. The Word made flesh.” Nada Brahma: The World is Sound: Music and the Landscape of Consciousness, p. 70
The same miraculous tritone that transforms light into living vegetation also accompanies the cellular growth of the creatures that will consume that vegetation. God would keep it simple.
3. Creation: AUM is the fractal sound pattern of the Big Bang.
In the beginning, the mass of the entire creation was contained in one Primal Star. This Star is sometimes referred to as the Singularity.
Even though it contained the mass of the entire cosmos, the Primal Star seemed infinitely small in relation to the boundless space around it. It was the “singularity” of physics.
This Primal Star was undivided awareness and consciousness.
Love was the motivation that caused the first movement within the plasma of the Primordial Star. God is love.
The spinning mass of Sirius B generated the first sound as it moved into its elliptical orbit at the center of the Primal Star. Without movement there is no sound.
This first sound in the creation is the first sound of AUM, the A, and is said like the “a” in America, (uh), in the tone F. This first movement and its sound continue to exist as Sirius B and its elliptical orbit.
The counter-point, counter spin, or counter-flow, of Sirius B’s first orbital movement now exists as Sirius A and its elliptical orbit, and generates the second sound in AUM, the U, said like the “u” in tune, in the tone F#.
The third sound in AUM, the nasalated M in the tone G, is generated by the double helical spiral vortex that slowly extended from the center of the Primal Star to the top and bottom.
This double helix flow form was generated by and tuned to the orbits of Sirius A and B at the center of the Primal Star. (The outline of this primal double helix is still visible in x-ray pictures of the Sirius system, and will soon be posted here).
This primal vortex is historically referred to as the Axis of the Universe, or Hamlet’s Mill, which generated the universe.
As this primal double helix generated by the orbits of Sirius A and Sirius B slowly extended from the center to the top and bottom of the Primal Star, it caused countless smaller vortices to form that would become the galaxies, stars, and planetary systems of the universe.
When the internal vortex motion and the resulting sound generated by AUM and the F, F#, G, tritone reached full resonance, the Primal Star, suddenly expanded into the infinite detail of the created universe, in the event known as the Big Bang.
This double helix form provided the unlimited fractal encodement capability required for the creation of the infinite detail of the cosmos, including planetary biospheres and the DNA-based creatures that occupy them.
AUM is the fractal sound formula for the entire creation. It is the Mandelbrot Set of sound, or to put it more correctly, AUM is the transposed sound of the Mandelbrot Set.
The alchemists called this three part sound (AUM in the F, F#, G, tritone) the “quintessence,” and said that this tritone accompanies all creative processes, including the creation of the universe.
They are correct. AUM is the quintessential creative sound. If it was anything less, it would not qualify as the Word of God that “ordered” the Big Bang.
Please be tolerant of the very basic nature of the following animations, they will soon be improved:
What practical benefit does this information have for me?
Saying AUM correctly in the creative F, F#, G, tritone induces resonance in the soft palate in the roof of our mouth, and transfers this resonance to our pineal gland, which sits directly above the soft palate.
This specific resonance causes our pineal gland to secrete dimethyltryptamine into our blood.
Dimethyltryptamine is a powerful mind-manifesting, visionary, and meditative substance that is metabolized out in 20 to 30 minutes after it enters the blood. A brief but beautiful experience caused by the Word of God.
Our pineal gland is known as our third eye, and is recognized as the connecting point of our physical and spiritual being.
This sound resonance connection between the Word of God and our pineal gland was designed into our DNA by the Creator.
By saying AUM in the F, F#, G, tritone, we are creating the fractal sound formula of our own DNA, and consciously activating our pineal gland (our third eye) using sound resonance. Good plan.
Why Was This Tritone Banned by the Catholic Church?
The miraculous and creative F, F#, G, tritone of AUM is the only sound ever banned by the Catholic Church, who declared it to be diablos en musica, the devil in music.
Because AUM cannot be said correctly without using this tritone, the Catholic Church has in effect banned theWord of God.
When contacted, Catholic Church authorities were unable to explain or offer any reason.
In any case, they do not want us to say the Word of God, and gain access to our third eye and the visionary consciousness that was designed into our being by the Creator.
by Viki Sky
Harmonics are inherent within all sounds. Anything that vibrates in air produces sound and creates harmonics: the pop of champagne cork, the roar of a jet engine or the sound of our voice. In fact, harmonics are responsible for our individual and unique speaking voices. Also known as overtones, harmonics are mathematically interrelated ratios or intervals that are created when striking any fundamental note (e.g. F, F#, G, G#, A, etc.)
Regularly listening to harmonics, and especially if we create them with our own voice, as in chanting or toning, can alter our states of consciousness and shift our perception of “reality”. This is because sound has a frequency – it vibrates, dissipates and permeates other sounds. It also shapes matter and can influence the operation of the total human system.
Dr. Hans Jenny, a Swiss scientist, demonstrated how sound shapes matter. He placed sand granules on to a metal plate and then played a few notes from great composers such as Mozart and Bach. The sand granules formed constant shapes to the vibration of the sound, and extraordinary patterns were observed. He also described the biological effect of sound on the human body, as every cell of our body has its own vibrational frequency. Human cells are composed of atoms and molecules that resonate according to their mutual harmonies. Many cells together form tissues and organs that are part of a biological system. This system then vibrates according to new harmonies.
There are four states of consciousness, defined by brainwave activity and frequency. Beta, the logical, stress-oriented state, allows us to use verbal language. Alpha, the conceptual, highly creative and meditative state, allows us to grasp concepts. Theta is the activity of deep sleep or deep meditative state, and ‘delta’ is super-conscious, beyond the pain threshold. When we are listening to harmonics, the brain shifts from beta to alpha (as it is in alpha that our brain processes music) and even to theta states, in those who regularly meditate.
All the neuro-chemical processes in our body are controlled by our states of consciousness. Specific sound frequencies can be used as a healing modality to balance energetic blocks or misalignments in our mind-body system. In terms of frequencies, our auditory system has an audible range of 20 HZ – 20,000 HZ (cycles per second) and can resolve remarkably small temporal differences in music. It also locates us in space and can be thought of as a central switchboard for our sense of space and time. The semicircular canal in the inner ear is the most important of our receptors for balance – but it also regulates all other receptors distributed throughout our body. It is the only receptor that can measure angular velocity, allowing us to know the angle at which we are lying, even when we are still half-asleep.
When we meditate with sound and enter a low alpha brain wave state, we can actually “become one with the sound”. It is also possible to achieve the deeper, theta state of consciousness, where profound healing takes place. This can be promoted if we regularly listen to harmonics – especially those created in metaphysical/trance music and harmonic choirs. We can then “become one with the harmonics” and travel to their source. Such a state of listening is not always experienced. However, regular meditation – particularly utilising a Sanskrit mantra – can take us to that level. Sanskrit is a perfect language; it is more copious than Greek and more grammatically perfect than Latin. It is melodious and its vibrations are believed by Ayurvedic practitioners to be healing to our mind-body system.
According to quantum physics, all matter at the subatomic level is in a state of constant flux. Matter is energy pulsating at different rates of vibration or frequencies and it is the rate of vibration that distinguishes one form of matter from another. It has been proven that an atom is both a particle and a wave – matter and energy are intertwined and interchangeable. This understanding takes us to the origin of the universe. “In the beginning was the word and the word was…’ sound.
The formation of sound came out of the void or, as Deepak Chopra calls it, “The Unified Field”. Through silence, we allow our mind to transcend everyday chatter and the frenetic Western pace of high-tech living and access the unified field, which contains all answers and all possibilities.
The origin of sound reveals the origin of all creation. The Hindu belief is that the “soundless sound” is the subtlest element. It is beyond the speed of light, contains all universal knowledge and is the cohesive source of all that is. Listening to harmonics may also have great healing effects on our total body (including bone and muscle tissue). Healing – whether emotional, psychological, spiritual or physical – is an act of re-creation. It is the process of re-organising a created being toward its intended state of dynamic equilibrium – a state of change in which the fluctuations remain within a healthy range for us.
Kay Gardner, author of Sounding the Inner Landscape: Music as Medicine, has identified nine elements that demonstrate the healing effects of music.
1. Drone – healing music should have a constant tone that drones behind a simple melody.
2. Repetition – short musical phrases, vocal and instrumental, should be repeated over and over which produce a calming effect.
3. Harmonics – long sustained tones produce harmonic overtones, which balance the entire physical body at the cellular level.
4. Rhythm – rhythm duplicates many pulses in the human body and via entrainment, move the pulses into harmonious pattern
5. Harmony – affects the emotions. Various keys (minor or major evoke feelings of joyfulness, sadness or calmness.
6. Melody – the mind becomes enchanted with melody and ceases to engage in its continuous mental chit-chat.
7.Instrumental colours –each instrument has its own unique vibration. (playing the note of C on the piano would sound very different to the same note on a violin)
8. Form. – pieces that have many changes in tempo will affect stimulate us and steady pieces will calm us.
9. Intention – music played with a focused intention of healing would contain that intention in its frequency.
Rudolf Steiner believed that people understand each other in reference to rhythm. He attributed rhythm to will and associated melody with feeling. Through melody, our conscious mind opens up to feelings and this forms a head-heart connection, by which relating to oneself and to the world becomes a more dynamic and complete experience. Our feelings are orchestrated by harmony.
Harmonics as a healing modality
Resonance, entrainment (two or more frequencies pulsating in unison) and synchronicity (analogously, two pendulum clocks mounted side by side on a wall will swing together in perfect synchronicity) are universal in nature and can be explained in terms of rhythm. Rhythm is “harmony in time”. Rhythm and harmony complement each other. That is, the inclination toward rhythm includes the inclination toward harmony.
Rudolph Haase demonstrated that the rhythms of the human organism – the frequencies of pulse, breathing, blood circulation, etc. – function according to harmonic principles. He also pointed out that, if these rhythms are interrupted, the resultant disharmonious rhythms cause dis-ease to develop in the human body. This is apparent in cancer cases, where there is total irregularity of all rhythms, because the cancer cells do not vibrate according to the harmonious rhythms of healthy cells.
Tuning forks comprise a sound modality that can align the seven chakras (energy centres) and correlate with fundamental notes. (base chakra is C, pelvic chakra is D, solar plexus is E, heart chakra is F, throat chakra is G, brow chakra is A and crown chakra is B.) By placing the tuning forks on or over the chakras (the appropriate location and procedure having been determined by muscle-checking the client) the optimal vibrational rate of the chakras is realigned by resonance with the tuning fork. Tuning forks can also be used to re-align cranial bones, balance auric fields, and to introduce frequencies that the body needs for optimal healing. The same respective chakras are treated in the Ayurvedic system utilising high-pitched humming of the following sounds: Vum, Lum, Rum, Yum, Hum, Ka Shun and Aum. These are just simple sound modalities that we can all do by ourselves to achieve balance and harmony.
We feel good when our bodies are in harmony. Disease sets in when the human body loses its optimal rhythm. As harmonics can shift our awareness and our states of consciousness, allowing us to perceive our world differently, in so doing, our mind-body system begins to resonate with more energising, life-promoting frequencies.
Viki Sky, M.A. (UTS), B.A. (UNSW), is a Holistic Kinesiologist and practitioner of Holographic Repatterning. She uses sound/harmonics as one of the healing modalities in her sessions.