The Golden Ratio is found throughout the cosmos. Everywhere you look you’ll find it, from distant galaxies to weather patterns, from the Giza pyramids to sea shells on the beach. The number 1.618 (to 3 decimal places) is derived from the Fibonacci number sequence which mathematically encodes our whole existence.
This pattern is reproduced in the Sacred Geometry that is used in the design and construction of sacred structures such as temples, monuments and megaliths, and also in art and music.
In fact, Sacred geometry may be understood as a worldview of pattern recognition, a complex system of religious symbols and structures involving space, time and form. According to this view the basic patterns of existence are perceived as sacred.
By connecting with these, a believer contemplates the Great Mysteries, and the Great Design. By studying the nature of these patterns, forms and relationships and their connections, insight may be gained into the mysteries – the laws and lore of the Universe.
The Golden Ratio – What does it sound like?
Using the harmonically resonant note of A at 432Hz we can listen to what the Golden Ratio sounds like.
Open the H2O app and go to the Custom Vibration setting, input the following 3 frequencies then press play:
Keep adding numbers by multiplying them by 1.618 or getting them directly from the Fibonacci sequence.
In this post I discuss how traditional farmers still observe and use the ancient Earth and Moon energies when planting and growing their crops, shunning the use of artificial chemical fertilisers in favour of a completely natural approach.
High above the historic town of Pisac, located in Peru’s Sacred Valley, potato farmer Don Joseph plants and tends his field by hand. Some 3,500 meters above sea level, Don Joseph grows several different types of hardy altitude-tolerant potato that we have never come across in the West. These potatoes form the staple of many Peruvian diets.
A farmer all his life, Don Joseph only uses traditional methods that harmonise with Earth and Moon energies when farming. He told me that for root crops such as potatoes he will only ever plant on a waning moon:
via a translator: “With potatoes, I plant when the moon is waning because the Earth energies are returning into Patchamama (Earth Mother). This means the potatoes grow big and there is much to eat. If I were to plant the potatoes when the moon was waxing there would be nothing to eat as all the growth would be above the ground not underneath it. This is because the energies flow out from Patchamama when the moon is waxing”.
Don Joseph also has no interest in using chemical fertilisers that force the crops and ignore the natural energies of the land.
Here in the West, it’s disheartening to note how the mainstream media has been used to virtually brainwash people into using manufactured chemicals and fertilisers to grow crops, whilst at the same time disconnecting us from all the ancient knowledge and wisdom that our ancestors acquired about how to cultivate and grow food whilst staying in harmony with Mother Earth. And as for the ludicrous invention of ‘GMO crops’ ???? – don’t get me started….
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I’ve recently read Eileen McKusick’s book “Tuning the Human Biofield – Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy”, in which she discusses the use of the sound produced by various tuning forks to detect and then manipulate the energy that surrounds us.
In one of the book’s chapters called “The Anatomy of the Biofield” she works with tuning forks from both the Solfeggio and harmonic spectrums to influence specific chakras (or ‘energy centres’) of the body.
It’s possible to use the H2O app to mimic the frequencies of both these types of tuning fork.
Use the ‘Solfeggio Tones’ option from the Main Menu to reproduce the frequencies made by Solfeggio forks, and the ‘Custom Vibration’ option from the Main Menu to do the same for the harmonic frequencies.
Watch the video below to find out more about her tuning fork techniques.