Music Of The Spheres

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There is a great ancient mystery rooted in the mists of time, the secret of the Music of the Spheres. Pythagoras sent us this enigma and gave us the clue. The power of sound has been known since ancient Greece, and even before. What kind of power is it?

Musica universalis (lit. universal music, or music of the spheres) is an ancient philosophical concept that regards proportions in the movements of celestial bodies -the Sun, the Moon and the planets- as a form of musica (the Medieval Latin name for music). This ‘music’ is not usually thought to be literally audible, but a harmonic and/or mathematical and/or religious concept. The idea continued to appeal to thinkers about music until the end of the Renaissance, influencing scholars of many kinds. (source)Wikipedia

Our industrious and mechanical time focused on a small aspect of sound science: the copy and conservation of sound. There are so many other things, many other properties of sound that are unknown to us, but that Ancient people perfectly knew.

 

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Some shrill sounds can break glass or crystal. The Bible mentions the destructive role of certain sound frequencies in the episode of the trumpets of Jericho: Joshua led the Jewish army against the Philistines retreated behind the high walls of Jericho.

 

 

The trumpets sound and the walls crumble!

The Jews trumpeted round the city – playing in a precise tune. In the third round, the walls collapsed. We know that a marching regiment can bring down the strongest bridge: this is why the troops were instructed not to march when crossing a bridge. The walls of a city could they collapse for the same reason? The marching army vibrate the bridge because of dozens of men rythmically hitting the deck. If the marchinbg rythm corresponds to the frequency of the bridge, it collapses.

Even a modern bridge could not resist. When a strong wind subjected any bridge to a vibration corresponding to its frequency, it will twist and break up: the higher and the longer the bridge is, the more spectacular is the final shimmy. This is why models for all future bridges are tested in wind tunnel, such as aircraft fuselages.

Megaliths as dolmens and menhirs were once positioned on the chakras of the earth. The telluric energy pulse there, as long as the underground waterspring is not dried up or diverted for agricultural purposes.

Dolmens and churches are sacred buildings. Their polarized stone transmit power optimally as long as they are still driven by a underground river. Long Barrows and medieval crypts focus in their vault a powerful telluric energy opening the doors to the great beyond. This is really what they are according to their builders, the Tuatha De Danaan. They called them “the gates of Sidhe.” For these giant people, the Sidhe is a parallel world that has much in common with the astral world – well-known by mediums, shamans and warriors of the Nagual.

The practice showed me how these doors can be opened, and how far they might lead. These are instructions for using stone tables. You can ride their power, focus their intensity on the destination or person of your choice – and be there soon. Through astral way. To achieve this, everyone will follow his own path. However, if the ritual I was taught can be used for any purpose, you will find the details here.

 

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When a Tibetan bowl vibrates under a long barrow, the sound that came out produced a surprising effect on the audience: the sound seems coming out of nowhere. Say from everywhere instead. You are at the core of sound, your ears are cocooned in the sound vibration, and the gates are wide open. The door is in you. We need the place and the sound to open the door. But the door is neither the dolmen nor the sound. The door is in you.

There’s another world inside of this one, the borderline is inner and time stops here. (Stef Kervor)

 

A man does what he must in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures and that is the basis of all human morality.
Winston Churchill