Hey everybody, time for the kind of thing that your jackass uncle calls nerdy new-age bull-crap! So regardless of how deep your musical knowledge knows, you at least know the names of our basic notes, right? You know, A-B-C-D-E-F-G? Ok. So currently what we know as middle C is a tone that vibrates at a frequency of 523.3 Hz. That means that the tone cycles 523.3 times a second when we hear it. Think of a tuning fork being struck that rings in C – if we could magnify our view of it quivering, it would be moving back and forth that many times per second. Now there’s been several times in our modern history when the recognized frequency of tones has been altered. One such moment is when that horrible asshole Nazi Goebbels pulled the actually amazingly genius move of altering the symphony concert pitch of A=432 Hz to A=440 Hz. He actually instructed all symphonies to tune up this nearly indistinguishable 8 Hz because he realized the slight change in the natural tone could cause a dissonant change in the way we think. He changed music as a part of attempted mind-control. And basically it worked. We still tune to his alterations, and many folks consider that a direct cause of the social unrest that has erupted over the world in the past century. Some folks at the Schiller Institute have issued a campaign for changing the frequency back, and some of the larger orchestras in the world are doing it. While again, many people may not be able to hear the difference, reportedly you can feel the difference.
Anyway, before this change ever happened we had already slightly diverted from an ancient frequency scale known as the Solfeggio Scale. Like I said before, currently our C vibrates at 523.3 Hz, but the C in the Solfeggio scale vibrates at 528 Hz. So besides, that extra 6.7 Hz being a disruption from the natural frequency, there are now genetic biochemists who are experimenting with the notion that 528 Hz is actually the same frequency used to repair DNA. I’m no biochemist, and I’m trying to put this into simple terms that any of us can understand, but essentially the water surrounding our DNA vibrates at this same 528 Hz. So when we are immersed in that vibration, we can actually bring the potentially altered states of our DNA back to their natural and true states of being. If you want to go deeper into this I recommend checking out HERE or HERE. But the true way to find out about it is by listening to the video below. This is about 5 minutes of a single tone at 528 Hz being played. It’s in stereo and you need to position yourself directly in the middle of your stereo speakers to really feel the affect. If you hear a slight oscillation in the sound, then you’re a little off center. So just move your head around til you find the spot where it’s just that single tone. Or put on some killer headphones. As crazy as it may sound, I personally can instantly feel my head get lighter and squishier, and it really feels good. Sure, it’s reminiscent of what’s played over radios when the power is cut, but give it a shot. If you’ve got a keyboard or perfectly tuned piano near by, play middle C and you’ll realize that it’s slightly lower tuned than this vibration. And don’t worry about looking at the flower of life video, just give it a listen.
Now if you dug that, then check out this hour long video where they add some binaural beats to the 528 Hz. A binaural beat is when two slightly varying frequencies are played in stereo opposites of one another, and your brain processes the distinction between the two as a low frequency beat. Different binaural beats are supposed to heal your body in different ways, but essentially it’s just an epic way of self-inducing a trance like state in yourself. Self-audio hypnosis if you will. Give it a shot – if you find it annoying, then pay it no mind. If you can get down with it, then relax and give it a go – it’s not like it will release any dormant demons inside of you… I don’t think.