Sound:
A Key to the End of Pollution and Violence?
By Christan Hummel

 

 

 It's all around us, no matter what we do, or where we go. Sound. The vibrations of the molecules that generate the effects on our ears we call sound. But what about the aspect of sound that goes beyond what we can hear. As the ancient Buddhist koan asks  "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?" What about the inaudible sonic vibrations which make up the hidden matrix of our manifested world?

Sound is the Primordial substance from which our whole Reality is made, and from which our Universe originated. Whether you consult the Sanskrit Vedas, or the Bible, it is still Sound which is considered the heart of all existence. "In the beginning was the Word," and only afterwards was proclaimed, "Let there be light." Sound preceded all that we see. So powerful and all-pervasive, and yet we pay very little attention to it, and so often confuse it with noise.

There is an intimate connection between sound and light, like twin flames of each other, wherever there is one, the other exists as well. Sound is the underlaying fabric of vibration which creates the light patterns we see around us. In the Cymatics research of Dr. Hans Jenny, he demonstrates on videotape the different patterns formed when varying sound frequencies are introduced into a plate with sand crystals. As the sound frequencies shift, immediately the sand patterns reflect that shift as well.

Stan Tenen, of the Meru Foundation, reveals another correlation between sound and form, by looking at the letters of the Hebrew alphabet whose shape corresponds with their waveform shape when the sound of the same letter is analyzed. In another experiment, Tibetan monks were recorded chanting the OM. This was then played through a resonator plate, with sand crystals on top. Within seconds, the sand began to vibrate and form a pattern called the Sri Yantra, which is considered in the Hindu belief to be a Creation pattern of the Universe. The implication is that for every sound there is a corresponding shape or pattern that we can see.

Tapping into the sound vibrations beneath these patterns is a key to shaping our external world. Once we do this, we can reshape the world from within. Transformational uses of sound goes back to our ancient roots with the ceremonial use of sound to heal bring about balance and harmony to the Earth.

Currently sound is being used to heal Earth stresses known as geopathic stress, known to have a 92% correlation to cancer and other illnesses. These stresses have been shown to be remediated through the use of sound patterns introduced into the area. By applying certain sound frequencies to the area, the geopathic stress is entrained to resonate to the vibration of the new frequency. It is interesting to notice how many indigenous groups have utilized some form of sound for ceremonial and sacred purposes. The Aboriginal people play the digeridoo along the Song lines of the Earth. Numerous Native American tribes use ceremonial singing, drumming, and music, to create healing vibrations offered to shift the distorted patterns held within the Earth.

Today scientists are uncovering the hidden power of sound, and especially of resonance as a possible solution to many of our environmental problems. In a recent study done by the Air Force, a sound pattern was applied to one of two test tubes of nitrogen dioxide, a pollutant found in the atmosphere. To the other tube, nothing was done. When sound was applied to the one tube, it instantly changed its chemical composition, while the other remained the same. In another experiment by the University of Brisbane in Australia a sample of polluted water was analyzed and found to have 1440 parts of e-coli bacteria. When a specific sound frequency was applied to the sample it dropped to 10 parts.

There is a worldwide grassroots movement underway which utilizes sound to clear pollution and these earth stresses and is producing amazing results. Using a metal broadcast unit, called a harmonizer, (a geo-metrical object made of caduceus wound copper which acts like an antennae) a sound frequency is applied which is broadcast throughout the surrounding environment causing the molecules to dance to a different beat, so to speak, and realign themselves into non-polluting elements. These experiments have been done in small- scale operations around the world with results as astounding as 40% drop in pollution levels within a month of starting the program.

In Cape Town, South Africa, pollution of the area called Cape Flats decreased 50% within hours of doing a ceremony which utilized specific sonic vibrations through a series of harmonizers in the area. A radio station in Cape Town started to use this harmonizer and an audio tape of the waveform of the water molecule. They played this at inaudible levels at their radio station broadcasting it from their tower, and within a week reported an unprecedented 47% increase in their listening audience. In Sao Paulo, Brazil, just one day after using the sound vibrations in cooperation with the forces of nature to heal the geopathic patterns, the pollution cleared up so noticeably that it made the front page of the newspapers there.

In the San Diego area a voluntary citizen’s group experimented with applying the sound patterns created for environmental clearing with the harmonizer at the Salton Sea in January, 1998. At that time the sea was littered with dead fish and the water was a murky blackish. Photos taken months later indicate that the sea somehow was clearer, and newspaper reports indicated that studies revealed there was a surprising lack of pesticides in the sea — contrary to what scientists expected to discover given the Imperial Valley to the east contributes all its runoff fertilizers into the sea — a landlocked body of water.  Could that experiment have produced such startling results? No other explanation has been submitted to date, more than four years later.

It seems that not only pollution levels are affected by sound patterns, but violence as well. In Auckland, Frankfurt, and Denver, when these sound patterns were applied to the geopathic stress zones of the area using the harmonizers, the crime rate dropped in those cities from 30%-50% within a few months.

However, using sound in this manner is far from a new discovery. In India, since ancient times Brahmin priests have performed a ritual called Agnihotra, a fire ceremony which involves use of a geometrical copper pyramid pot of very specific dimensions, sacred fire, and the chanting of certain mantras at precisely sunrise and sunset. This process is said to produce vibrations in the ethers which are considered beneficial to the planet’s well-being. It has been scientifically documented that this process lowers pathenogenic viruses and bacteria, and pollution levels with a two mile radius of the area where the ceremony is performed.

In fact Nature uses sound as an agent of transformation as well. Researchers have discovered the existence of what is termed a "bio-acoustic Gaian matrix" or sonic envelope in an ecosystem which is created by the sounds emitted from the insects and animals of that region. These sonic emissions are found to be necessary to sustain the health of an ecosystem. The research of Dan Carlson revealed that the bird's song triggers the blooming mechanisms in plants. Researcher Rodirigo Navarro in Australia has discovered that the sounds of the frogs, crickets and other insects have a vital contribution to Gaia's symphony in that their sounds trigger and may even produce rain for the area. Off the coast of Australia, marine researchers have discovered that the sound of the dolphins is responsible for the growth patterns of the coral in the reefs.

Supporting this is the research of Japanese scientist, Masaru Emoto, whose research with the effects of sound on water have impressed audiences at Oxford, Harvard and universities around the world.  In his book, “The Message from Water,” Emoto shows that  the water crystal changes its structure when exposed to different sounds. In one photo, he shows the effects of heavy metal music on the water crystal. The pattern is chaotic and disorganized. Then he demonstrates the effect of applying Bach to the same water and it immediately changes it's structure to look  like a perfect snowflake with beautiful geometric structures.

Utilizing the power of his own voice to produce harmonic vibrational patterns, singing minstrel, James Twyman travels around the world holding peace concerts in war torn areas. There is an amazing correlation between when the concerts are held, and when the fighting in these areas cease and peace returns.

Perhaps nature has given us an answer to some of our world's problem in an area we haven't even begun to explore. Perhaps one day we will replace the sounds of B-52 bombers with sacred chants to change the course of human events.

Christan Hummel is an internationally renowned author, lecturer and seminar leader. She travels internationally teaching space clearing and earth healing workshops and has taught thou-sands around the world how to communicate and work in harmony with Nature to help heal the Earth. To learn more about her work, see their website at: www.earthtransitions.com  or call (760) 722-5555.  


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