We have all had the experience of listening to a piece of music that really stirs our hearts and minds. The music literally brings tears to our eyes and joy to our hearts. There is a reason for this that goes back through time to an earlier musical scale now referred to as the “Solfeggio Frequencies“. This is a six-note scale that bears some resemblance to our modern seven note musical scale. When related to music, ‘Solfeggio’ is referred to as the “ability to sight read music and sing the notes accurately (pitch-wise) without the use of a musical instrument’.
The Solfeggio frequencies are reputed to be the original frequencies used by the Gregorian Monks when they chanted. The chant, based on the six notes, penetrates deep into the conscious and subconscious mind, drawing forth emotional reactions which we are sometimes unable to completely control. Dr. Candice Pert, Ph.D., reinforces this observation stating, “Energy and vibration go all the way to the molecular level. We have 70 different receptors on the molecules and when vibration and frequency reach that far they begin to vibrate”. These original frequencies appear to have been ‘lost’ over the centuries with the introduction of various new tuning methods.
I use the term ‘lost’ in inverted comma’s because nothing is ever really lost. It is merely converted or covered over with a layer of obfuscation. In his article on the solfeggio frequencies, David Hulse DD, states:
Professor Willi Apel, wrote “The origin of what is now called Solfeggio…arose from a Medieval hymn to John the Baptist which has this peculiarity that the first six lines of the music commenced respectively on the first six successive notes of the scale, and thus the first syllable of each line was sung to a note one degree higher than the first syllable of the line that preceded it. By degrees, these syllables became associated and identified with their respective notes and as each syllable ended in a vowel, they were found to be peculiarly adapted for vocal use. Hence “Ut” was artificially replaced by “Do.” Guido of Arezzo was the first to adopt them in the 11th century, and Le Marie, a French musician of the 17th century added “Si” for the seventh note of the scale, in order to complete the series.”
The Solfeggio scale was ‘rediscovered’ by Dr. Joseph Barber who claimed to have been guided intuitively to find a pattern of six repeating codes in the Book of Numbers. He found in Chapter 7, verses 12 through 83, number references that, when deciphered using a numerological technique, could be reduced to a single digit. This revealed a series of six electromagnetic sound frequencies which he determined to be the six missing tones of the ancient Solfeggio scale.
The notes in the scale are:
- “UT” – which cycles at 396 Hz
- “RE” – which cycles at 417 Hz
- “MI” – which cycles at 528 Hz
- “FA” – which cycles at 639 Hz
- “SOL” – which cycles at 741 Hz
- “LA” – which cycles at 852 Hz
Dr. Leonard Horowitz spent three years researching these six tones. He and Joseph Puleo authored a book titled, “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse”. In the book, Horowitz states that the solfeggio frequencies are: “An extremely unique series of new Bible codes, reportedly related to ancient music and the physics of creation, have been discovered by a physician from Clark Fork, Idaho. The new revelation, found in the Book of Numbers, includes a mathematical electromagnetic frequency code for “miracles” that experts say has already been shown to help repair damaged DNA – the genetic blueprint of life.”
Even among ancient cultures, the power of sound waves was believed to have an effect on the human body. Shaman used chanting and drumming to focus their spiritual, mental and physical energies. In short, they created and used sacred music to heal. Modern man, until recently, had forgotten about the power of sound, that is until Drs Barber, Horowitz and Puleo ‘rediscovered’ it. Along with this discovery, additional research conducted by Dr. Horowitz claims to have uncovered three more solfeggio frequencies. My research has not discovered any vocal tones for these three frequencies, however, they are:
- 174 hz
- 285 hz
- 963 hz
Samples of the three ‘new’ frequencies:
With the addition of these three frequencies, the solfeggio scale now has nine tones. These can be represented as shown in the following diagram:
For those of you with a mathematical mind, you will already see the interrelationships between these numbers. Intriguing, don’t you think? Another thought-provoking idea currently being given voice is the notion that matter does not really exist.
Albert Einstein once stated: “Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.“
In an earlier article, DNA Activation, I mentioned research being undertaken in Russia. To recap one main point:
Russian scientists have discovered that: “Living chromosomes function just like a holographic computer using endogenous DNA laser radiation.”
So, matter does not exist and DNA functions like a laser. Modern physics has also postulated that DNA may function as a type of holographic projector which translates low vibrational state energy into ‘physical patterns’. These physical forms behave in a similar way to acoustic wave forms and as such can be used as a means for decoding genetic information through sound. David Hulse is credited with recognizing sound resonance as a basic principle of good health. He studied how certain sounds and frequencies could activate DNA and discovered that biochemists use the 528Hz frequency of the solfeggio scale to repair DNA.
Next time you are listening to a particularly stirring piece of music, you will have to wonder, “Just what is this doing to my insides?”
I checked the 528 Hz video. I used the NCH Tone Generator to compare the tone frequencies in the video to the pure 528 Hz tone. I can now say that the 528 Hz tone is there as a subtle but effective background tone. I can appreciate this as to listen to the pure tone for 5 minutes as in this video:
It would drive you a little batty. I will leave the original video in place and for the purists among you, enjoy the pure tone.