DNA Music

A National Geographic article from 2008 shows that DNA can be “heard” through music. That article title is… “Your DNA is a Song: Scientists Use Music to Code Proteins.” Scientists also say we’re made up of about 97% “junk DNA.” Is it possible that our DNA acts as storage for…

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Musical Frequencies of Hebrew Letters: Gematria Explained

During my quest in search of possible musical frequencies in the Hebrew letters, I found many others blazed a similar trail. People looked at the cantillation marks, standard gematria as the actual pitch, or a combination of other ways to determine how to play and sing Hebrew sentences, words, and…

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Musical Frequencies of the Hebrew Letters: Tuning Explained

In order to understand the process of assigning a frequency to each Hebrew letter, it’s important to take an overview look at musical harmonics, tuning principles, concert pitch, and temperament. A frequency will only stay at an exact Hz under certain circumstances. We have the expectation that there are absolutes, even…

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Musical Frequencies of the Hebrew Letters: Harmonic Series Explained

In the posts under the title “Musical Frequencies of the Hebrew Letters,” I present the basic information that I considered when looking into the letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet as they correspond to musical pitches. For those who want the actual pitch chart, that can be purchased by CLICKING HERE.…

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Musical Frequencies of the Hebrew Letters

The Hebrew culture has said from the very beginning that their “aleph-bet” is a set of living letters. Since these letters are considered living, they must have a vibrational frequency. But how do you find that frequency? Enquiring minds wanted to know. There’s a story to tell through these letters…

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Cymatics is Music in Pictures

Imagine that you’re an ancient Sumerian who wants to notate musical frequencies or a simple melody. How do you do it? Was it even possible during their day? Musicologists have said that musical notation didn’t appear until about 1,000 AD during the time of Guido D’Arezzo, who invented solfege (Ut,…

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Do Walls talk?

People have for years made attempts at explaining what we call “paranormal activity.” Ghost hunting is a cool thing to do where people on TV shows with high tech equipment search for strange apparitions. What is this all about? Could there be an explanation as to why people see, sense,…

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