Solfeggio Frequencies

Developed for application exclusively by PluribusOne™ Consulting, LLC, Noetitek™ is an open system in that we are always willing to consider adding yet one more conceptual dataset to the multi-faceted core of Nature-based correspondences that we have discovered, conveyed technologically, tested constantly, and expanded vastly over some twenty years of research and development. This product of qualitative science consists of many one-of-a-kind meta-tools and inventive processes. More information about it is accessible via our home page. 

Recently, we heard the term “Solfeggio frequencies.” According to Wikipedia, the concept reflects belief that there is “a set of nine frequencies derived from numerology… used centuries ago in Gregorian and Sanskrit chants.” This initial information led us to take a closer look. We soon became aware that there have been many criticisms of the claims of various proponents of the notion that so-called “Solfeggio” frequencies can be used to achieve numerous personal and humanitarian objectives. We were not dissuaded by those criticisms because innovative ideas and new products are regularly met by opposition. We remained intrigued. 

More than three-hundred years ago Sir Isaac Newton saw a direct connection between the musical scale and the spectrum of visible light, and in this age of quantum physics the statement that all things vibrate and are interrelated is no longer even controversial. In posts such as “Our Position on Superposition” we mention “octaves of vibration,” and a particular set of sounds already composes one aspect of our Rosetta Stone-like Noetitek™ system. Elsewhere in this blog we have made references to Cymatics and Harmonography which produce observable reproducible effects and express principles foundational for our work: articulating the hidden “language of Nature” that we began to apprehend more than a half-century ago. 

So we proceeded to use our Noetitek™ system to examine the Solfeggio frequencies. Although we found a few superficial areas of correspondence to elements of the Noetitek™ master dataset, we were unable to confirm a substantial or overall conceptual alignment. To our disappointment, the frequencies did not make music that we could sing or dance to, metaphorically speaking. Yet we continued our study, hoping to understand the mis-match. 

We found that Cymatics has been used by others to demonstrate some interesting Solfeggio-tone visual effects, but we were unable to see validating evidence in the images, and the tones produced headaches in people we exposed them to. One said that it felt like his brain was being fried, a description that coincided with the mandala-like Cymatics pattern we saw “cooking” on-screen. A comparison we made to sacred chants performed not employing Solfeggio tones stood in stark contrast and generated positive physical and emotional effects. It would make for an interesting arts-and-sciences experiment for someone to use Harmonography to produce Solfeggio-frequency effects. 

Our study of the alleged power and usefulness of the rediscovered, or numerologically contrived, “Solfeggio frequencies” has not been exhaustive; however, our examination has been substantial enough to conclude that the set of frequencies called “Solfeggio” frequencies has escaped our diligent and unprejudiced validation effort. We are not saying that Solfeggio frequencies have no validity or useful application, but the Solfeggio frequencies do not, as a set, comport with the architecture of our system.

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