Royal Raymond Rife, a scientist and inventor, born in Nabraska in 1888, began his research about 100 years ago. In these times, the magnifying power of existing microscopes was pretty poor. Far too insignificant to be able to reach the potentials and probabilities he desired.
It is believed that Dr. Royal Rife had one of the best equipped laboratories for his time where he designed technologies and built the machines that he needed. His equipment; A million volt X-Ray machine, electronic test equipment, frequency instruments, glass blowing equipment, microscopes, drill presses, mills, precision lathes, all the tools he could possible have needed to make his instruments, a stop motion microscope which he used to study the life of microorganisms from their creation to their death.
With his unwavering determination, Rife sought to see all microorganisms, parasites, viruses, bacteria, and fungi, Rife built his highly acclaimed Universal Microscope in 1933. He claimed that this microscope could magnify objects up to 60,000 times. The Universal Microscope enabled him to see the invisible microbes he was previously unable to see. In the 1930s, Royal Raymond Rife and his medical colleagues cured cancer, typhoid, leprosy, streptococcus, typhus, polio and many other diseases. Rife's methods were reported in the Smithsonian and Franklin Institute journals, the Mayo Clinic minutes, and worldwide media. At the University of Southern California Medical School's Clinical trials, they showed a 100% remission rate for cancer in just 3½ months.
The history of the solfeggio tones begins with King David, who then passed the secrets on to Solomon. Sometime after Solomon, the tones were lost. King David was given four tones, which he created with strings on his lyre. These tones are all used with the psalms, also created by David. The mathematics of the tones matches the mathematics of the psalms (geomatria). Solomon used the tones and the geomatria in the creation of the Song of Songs, also a psalm. This was considered the most sacred of the psalms. Back in the 11th century, a Benedictine monk named Guido d’Arezzo introduced the musical scale we now know as the Solfeggio frequencies – though modern research contests that the scale dates back much further.
The monks used the original six Solfeggio notes in their Gregorian chants and an additional three tones, which we now know to consist of the frequencies: 396, 417, 528, 639, 741, and 852 (Hertz). These were based on the discoveries of Pythagoras and his harmony of the spheres. Gregorian chants have a measurable influence on human psychology and physiology. Those who perform the chants experience the lowest heart rates and blood pressure of the day while singing, according to Dr. Alan Watkins, a neuroscience lecturer at Imperial College, London. Other research suggests that singing the ancient compositions relieves fatigue and alleviates depression. Scientists have also observed that monastic singers require much less sleep; as little as two hours a day.
Unfortunately, by the 16th century the scale was lost, though the exact cause is unknown. Some say the Solfeggio was simply abandoned for a new music scale, others debates its disappearance among the political and religious turbulent times of Western Europe’s Middle Ages. Whatever the cause, the six-tone Solfeggio scale, also known as “Just Intonation”, was replaced by the “Twelve-Tone Equal Temperament”, which is what we still use today.
In the 90s, Dr. Joey Puleo was given the secret of the geomatria in a vision and the actual frequencies in appearances of Jeshua and an angel that Dr. Puleo did not name. After the turn of the millennium, Joseph Crane was told in an appearance of Archangel Michael that two solfeggio scales existed — one profane and one sacred. The sacred has been known as the “secret solfeggio.” Later, Michael gave Joe Crane six of the frequencies to the sacred solfeggio to be used in healing. And more recently he told Crane that a subset of the frequencies existed, called the Divine Masculine frequencies.
It is said that the modern twelve-tone scale suppresses our emotions, inhibit our intuition, and impede our consciousness. Scientifically, it is even out of sync with the natural world and influences the manifestation of physical symptoms like fatigue, pain, stress and even disease. But it was in 2009 that the codes of both Solfeggio's were cracked and shown to be linked together mathematically by mathematician and author, GW Hardin, through the guidance of Archangel Gabriel. During the process, yet a third set of solfeggio frequencies showed up in the mathematics. Using what is called the Pythagorean skein, the third set is made up of the sum of the first two sets. What also showed up was an entire fractal system of Solfeggio's that affect specific parts of the bodies.
Mathematics is life and it always holds the answer when it comes to the Solfeggio scale as it is mathematically consistent with the patterns of our universe and has been shown to have significant healing abilities. This is why sound healing is a proven therapy in which more and more people around the world are using.
From repairing emotional trauma and opening up spiritual consciousness, to deepening our relationships and even altering DNA, this ancient scale has far-reaching potential.
The good news is that the Solfeggio scale is no longer lost in history.
The name of these tones - for example - finds their roots in the eleventh century, when music theorist Guido of Arezzo developed a six-note ascending scale: ut, re, mi, fa, sol, and la. The seventh note, si, coming a little later. These names were taken from the first verse of a Latin hymn to St. John the Baptist,
ut queant laxis, resonare fibris,
mira gestorum, famuli tuorum,
solve polluti, labii reatum,
These names are still in use today in musical notation. They have precise frequency associations, octave by octave, which are derived from a particular musical temperament. The frequencies that were associated by Puleo and Horowitz are different: they were generated from the Bible's Book of Numbers, using a Pythagorean reduction algorithm based on our decimal number representation, applied to verse numbers of Chapter 7.
The first or lowest frequency, 396 Hz, is associated with the tone ‘Ut’. This frequency is important because of its ability to ease and remove the feelings of guilt and fear we’ve accumulated throughout our life. These negative emotions hold us back from our goals. Clearing them from our subconscious mind enables us to make new progress in both the material world spiritual consciousness. The 396 Hz frequency can influence the mind so that we spend less time racked with grief and worry and more time experiencing the joys and endless possibilities of life.
The next frequency on the scale, 417 Hz, is associated with the tone ‘Re’. It is the frequency of change and renewal. Just as guilt and fear can be an obstacle along the path to growth, so too can the traumatic experiences we’ve had in life that remain impressed upon our consciousness. Like waves washing over the seashore, 417 Hz clears the debris of negative memories and influences from our mind. It helps us change our perspective and face the present and future with fresh eyes and a fresh spirit.
As we continue to work our way down the scale, we come to 528 Hz, which is also known as ‘Mi’. Mi is comes from the Latin word Mira gestorum, or “miracle”. This is fitting for a note that brings with it miraculous transformation, not only in our consciousness but our DNA. 528 Hz is used in DNA repair, which brings with it increased energy, clarity and peace of mind and spirit, along with enhanced creativity. 528 Hz’s effects have also earned it the name the “Love frequency”.
The fourth frequency on the scale is 639 Hz, or ‘Fa’. It’s a tone of connection and relationships, creating peace and harmony in our interactions and communications with the people around us. Whether friends, family, or strangers, it can smooth over any rockiness or resentment between us and our loved ones. Fa is a social frequency, one of understanding, sympathy, tolerance, and mutual respect.
At the fifth frequency, we arrive at 741 Hz, otherwise known as ‘Sol’. This is a tone of problem solving, more specifically problems relating to our ability to express ourselves freely and openly. 741 Hz frees us of emotional restrictions, but it also said to remove toxins and electromagnetic radiation from our cells. 741 Hz promotes a healthier and more stable life, both emotionally and physically.
As we’ve climbed the scale from the lowest to the highest frequencies, we find ourselves dealing with higher planes of consciousness. 852 Hz or ‘La’, the last of the original Solfeggio frequencies, enables us to connect with a higher power and the ever-present spirit of the universe. It also gives us a glimpse of the spiritual order of the world, while also bringing us more in tune with our own higher self.
While the ancient Solfeggio scale tones detailed above are the most notable and enduring, having been used for hundreds if not thousands of years, Dr. Leonard Horowitz applied the same patterns in his research to uncover three more frequencies.
The lowest tone, 174 Hz, also affects us on the lowest plane, namely that of our physical body and energy. It’s noted as a natural anesthetic, relieving pain both physically and energetically, and for enhancing a sense of comfort, while giving our internal organs a greater sense of security, comfort and love.
The next frequency, 285 Hz, goes even further in its treatment of the body. 285 Hz is associated with cellular repair, helping the body's tissue and organs to regenerate. Cell repair is also useful to the skin, assisting in the healing of burns, lacerations, and other damage. This cellular repair is innately linked to the immune system, where the health of B and T cells is vitally important for fighting off viruses and disease. The 285 Hz tone improves our health and overall well-being through rejuvenation of the body. The knock-on effect is better immunity, higher energy levels and all-round better well-being.
The last of the Solfeggio frequencies is 963 Hz, which takes us to the highest plane of consciousness. This frequency connects us with the perfection of the universe, allowing us to tap into the Oneness that permeates everything that is and will be. This frequency relates to the Crown Chakra, which is also linked to the Pineal Gland (central nervous system). Through this it is said we can access high-level intuition, telepathy, psychic vision and an intimate connection with “God”.
The points of energy on the surface of the subtle body. Located along the Sushumna or the central Nadi. This and two other primary Nadis run through the core of the body, twining around one another and penetrating the chakras. In some traditions, each chakra is a central hub for thousands of Nadi. Each chakra is associated with a mantra “seed-syllable” (usually a Sanskrit word), and often with a particular color and deity.
The chakra, or chakras, play a role in certain types of medicine. Acupuncture, for example, and other types of Chinese medicine uses the body's energies and meridians to promote healing. Whether or not chakras exist, many people have found acupuncture to provide relief from pain, encouraging a physical benefit to acupuncture independent of the spiritual philosophy behind it.
The real danger of belief in the chakras is in the spiritual overtones connected to it. The chakras are central to a meditation technique known as Kundalini, which literally means “that which is coiled.” Kundalini is also the name of a goddess. The belief is that Kundalini is a divine force which resides at the base of the spine and, when “awakened,” travels up the spine (the central Nadi) and through each chakra until it reaches the crown of the head. Along the way, this uncoiling “goddess” brings spiritual awareness to the individual. When it reaches the uppermost chakra, this force is said to generate an ineffable, highly mystical experience. People who have engaged in this type of meditation will testify both to its power and its danger.
more to come on the Chakra..........