Water Sound images of 432 Hz and 440 Hz

10 Oct

Water Sound images of 432 Hz and 440 Hz

http://www.goto2012.nl/audio/432.mp3
http://www.goto2012.nl/audio/440.mp3

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“After writing an article about Water Sound Images and Quantum Physics for Frontier Magazine, Robert Boerman received a lot of requests to see if there was a difference between A tuned as 440 Hz or 432 Hz.

Well, there is…

432 Hertz, the natural sound frequency

In April 2008 I initiated the committee “Back to 432 Hz” and the accompanying website (1). I came in contact with 432 Hz by an article on the website Niburu.nl (2). Of the committee, I want more awareness of 432 Hz as “voice pitch” instead of the usual 440 Hz now. Eventually, I hope the music industry standard of 440 Hz to 432 Hz is going to change, although that might take years.

Many people will not know what actually is known as voice pitch, let me first explain that:

Sound and music consist of vibrations, the higher the number of vibrations per second, the higher the pitch. The unit for this is the Hertz, abbreviated Hz.

The voice pitch is meant the fixed pitch in the musical “room tone”, which is the musical note A above middle C, scientifically known as A4.

Natural mood

432 Hz is the natural voice pitch in the universe, as opposed to 440 Hz, that contemporary music is used on music CDs and mp3 files eg. Why 432 Hz is actually the natural mood? Rene Klever Goto2012.nl the website explains in his article (3) on the internet like this:

“Who does not know the children’s song” Do Re Mi fa sol la si do “. It’s actually not just a tune, it’s the scale. It starts low and ends exactly twice as high. The last note, the do, sounds exactly like the first but is higher. The music is called an octave. Each tone has a pitch, can be high or low or in between. That pitch is called frequency or vibration, and includes a certain number of vibrations per second. Consider the pendulum of a clock, which is many times a minute back and forth, or just look at a string of a guitar. The thickest string can be discerned with the naked eye vibrate, which is several times per second back and forth. Very fast, but you can still see.

If we go back to the rhyme, the “do” the first tone, the tonic. This first tone is always 432 vibrations per second, or 432 Hz with a difficult word. 432 vibrations per second which is a tone that is closely related to the universe around us. That tone is linked in nature, in mathematics, in planet orbits in the universe. That’s why music is usually so good for us, that music makes us, as it were, on the universe. We know that for a long time. That is very old knowledge.

All classical music by Bach, Brahms and Verdi and so on is composed and performed using this standard, an A at 432Hz. In this standard, the C 512Hz or 256 Hz octave lower, but still lower octaves (512-256-128-64-32-16-8-4-​2-1), the C at exactly one vibration per second, called “groundtone”. This mood is also called “science vote” this vote because scientifically with the universe. The oldest known proponent of this vote is Plato, the philosopher from Greece. “

Introduction of 440 Hz

The default is now 440 Hz, how did that happen? On the Internet and among musicians themselves is much confusion about what exactly 440 Hz has been implemented, but according to the “Schiller Institute” (4) is the way it did:

In 1939 in Germany and Britain decided to reduce the frequency of 440 Hz as the voice pitch in music to enter after the first step in this direction in the 19th century was given. Their attempt to take over the world to then failed. Later, in 1953, in London at a conference of musicians decided yet 440 Hz as international standard ISO 16 to handle. Many protests from (among others) French musicians, for 432 Hz as standard, were unfortunately not avail.

Musical Instruments at 432 Hz

Most musical instruments are therefore now set to 440 Hz, which is not always the case turns out to be. If you find such instruments from much earlier times (such as the ancient Greeks and Egyptians), and now in more remote areas on Earth, it appears that these instruments are usually tuned to 432 Hz.

Unfortunately by doing include TV and radio in these remote areas now 440 Hz the scene.

Most musical instruments are also tuned to 432 Hz, although that one instrument is easier to do than for others. With electronic instruments, the voice pitch quite easy to change, but for example the piano is much more difficult, which should be voted 2 to 3 times to achieve this. With wind instruments is quite tricky conversion, there simply is not the tool you simply can take longer to decrease sound. The play holes – the holes with your fingers to seal a certain tone to play – no more intonation, they must do this in a different location drilled.

Benefits of 432 Hz

What are the advantages of 432 Hz above 440 Hz?

1. 432 Hz the music in accordance with the majority of the music pleasant to the ear, is softer, prettier and brighter than music to 440 Hz. This is clear from examination of the Dutch students Breeveld Ginger and Sandy (5). It is true that you have a good ear must have in order to experience the difference. The full report of the students is available on the website of the Committee (1). In practice, the difference in quiet classical music better than hearing from loud music.

2. Since 432 Hz is much clearer than 440 Hz, 432 Hz, you do music playing less hard to be pleasant listening. This means you’ll incur less hearing loss, while the volume is not too high. It is known that in such a loudness of 90 dB hearing loss occurs after 8 hours.

There are also indications that if you have any music playing at 440 Hz so hard that it hurt your ears, this pain does not occur when the same music at 432 Hz on the hard volume belongs. The noise seems to less than 432 Hz at 440 Hz.

3. 432 Hz also has a beneficial effect on the chakras. 440 Hz works on the brow chakra, “thinking”, while 432 Hz works on the heart chakra, the “feel”. Listening to music at 432 Hz, thus accelerating the spiritual evolution of the music, but not everyone feels the effect immediately. Some people notice it right away, others take longer when listening to music at 432 Hz. The pace of this spiritual development is different for everyone.

These three reasons for my committee gave rise to more publicity to 432 Hz, including through the aforementioned website (1).

Music convert to 432 Hz

On the website of the committee (1) you can hear the difference between 440 Hz and 432 Hz, and you can also original music that is contained in 432 Hz (for free). It is also possible to use a sound editing program like “Audacity” or “Adobe Audition” mp3 files and convert CD music to 432 Hz. How this works can be found in the aforementioned article on the website Niburu.nl (2).

It is true that this conversion to 432 Hz all the “overtones” and other sensations at 440 Hz on a “certain way” are formed, still as “distorted” his. This problem arises naturally when the musical from the beginning to 432 Hz vote. The conversion to 432 Hz, therefore only gives an impression of the better quality of “real” music 432 Hz.

More and more attention to 432 Hz

On the internet recently become more information on this subject have appeared, and I think this is a good development, fortunately, my committee is not the only one who pays attention to 432 Hz. 432 Hz thus becomes increasingly familiar, even in the music industry itself.

Finally, I would note that more and more musicians are in 432 Hz (to) produce, and that more events throughout the data will be music to 432 Hz. There are also a number of Internet radio stations with music entirely at 432 Hz. The developments follow each other around this phenomenon, therefore, mainly thanks to the Internet!

So back to 432 Hz!”

Richard Huisken,

Initiator committee “Back to 432 Hz.

E-mail: info@terugnaar432hz.org

Links:

(1) http://www.terugnaar432hz.org

(2) http://www.niburu.nl/showarticle.php?articleID=17481

Images by: Robert Boerman

http://www.watersoundimages.com/news/wsi-quantum.htm

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