Did you know that there is a link between Nikola Tesla, music, DNA, and the Giza Pyramids?
Seems far fetched, but I’ll show you what it is.
To start with, watch this short music video:
Did you notice the Tesla coil? Nikola Tesla clearly knew about cymatics* back in the 1890’s…
* Cymatics is defined as the study of how sound affects matter.
If you were paying attention you may also have noticed the phrase “Everything owes it’s existence solely, and completely, to sound.”
The original clip explaining that phrase can be found here, and incidentally that assertion was something that Nikola Tesla hinted at as well when he said:
To start to make sense of this, let’s look at how nature works.
Nature and the Fibonacci series (phi)
As shown in the short video above, the fibonacci series is found literally everywhere in nature, and its ratio (phi) is approximately equal to 1.618 (and its reciprocal is 0.618…).
Here are some examples from nature:
Phi can even model the reproduction of rabbits, which is in fact how Fibonacci first encountered the ratio:
The phi ratio also encodes the physical dimensions of the human body:
And not surprisingly, the phi ratio can be found in our DNA:
Note that the axial view of a DNA Double Helix (i.e. as seen from above) forms a pentagon, which also encodes phi:
As the Cymatics video at the beginning showed, matter responds to sound frequencies, and DNA is no different (notice the “perfect fifth” cymatic pattern formed by DNA shown above).
With that in mind, it should be possible to reverse-engineer DNA to find out what sound frequencies DNA is responding to; and thankfully, someone has already done that work for us!…
The four fundamental frequencies of DNA
Below is an excerpt from an article titled “The Infrared Frequencies of DNA Bases, as Science and Art”. It’s written by Susan Alexjander, an internationally known musical artist, who, in collaboration with Dr. David W. Deamer, professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, Santa Cruz, actually recorded the music of DNA! (The excerpt is taken from here).
It might be a dense read, but pay attention – it’s awesome stuff!
“In 1988 the author and biologist Dr. David Deamer collaborated on a science/art project which consisted of measuring the vibrational frequencies of the four DNA base molecules, translating them into ‘sound,’ programming them into a Yamaha synthesizer and using this tuning system as the basis for original compositions entitled Sequencia (1990 and ’94 CD). The realization of biological, infrared frequencies into sound has resulted in unusual insights into the harmonic fabric of DNA, and reactions from listeners suggest that our bodies may have a way of recognizing their own electromagnetic patterns through the resonance of tone.
The bases of DNA and RNA have certain resonance frequencies related to the absorption of infrared light. This is a common property of all organic molecules, and in fact infrared spectra are used as a primary diagnostic characteristic in analytical procedures.
As the light is passed through the sample, it is absorbed by the sample at specific frequencies and the instrument plots the absorption bands as a spectrum.
(…) The problem of getting the frequencies within hearing range can be solved by recognizing that any hertz number divided in half or doubled will produce its corresponding lower or upper octave, respectively, whether it be sound or light. Thus, 8.7 x 1013 Hz can be divided in half, again and again, to create lower and lower octaves. Finally we derive, after dividing 36 times, a workable frequency which, if it were sound, would fall within the range of hearing. Thus we would have for the example above 1266, which is a very comfortable frequency for the ear, corresponding to a (slightly sharp) D#.
(…) Four base molecules were measured: adenine, cytosine, guanine and thymine. Each base molecule after being subjected to light yielded about 15 or 18 frequencies; 60 in all. Once this data was collected, it was iterized down into a hearing range and programmed into a Yamaha DX7 IID synthesizer which would create sound banks from any hertz numbers provided as input. A special electronic keyboard was needed because the tunings that were derived were almost all microtones, or tones smaller than a normal half-step (for instance any c to c#) on a piano.
A full outline can be found here, but in short, Susan Alexjander and Dr. Deamer found that there were four fundamental frequencies that appear in DNA: F#, C#, A and D#.
Alexjander goes on to say:
“Are The Frequencies in DNA Bases Harmonically Ordered? They most certainly are. By comparing all 60 pitches one can find all of the precise ratios found in the first 16 harmonics of the overtone series: octaves, P5th, P4ths, Major and minor thirds, Major and minor 2nds and 7ths; even a ‘flat’ seventh. Mathematically, the odds of this happening at random are almost non-existent.
MATH makes processes visible. It decodes meanings. We can see the self-organizing power of the universe, and because the universe is a community it is constantly communicating. Are the sounds of DNA communicating anything to us?
Sequencia (Alexjander’s DNA-music album) first begins to communicate through its concept, that we can hear the hidden beauty of life. This helps to give us a perspective – to find our place in the “Great Tone.” …
… These particular DNA ratios, originating in light, are profoundly arresting to the ear. This first wakes up the nervous system, puts it on alert. What follows in sound is then allowed to enter our psyches on a deep level. People report feelings of connectedness, familiarity. “I feel right at home,” they say. It is tempting to speculate that the body is recognizing itself, and is communicating this to the psyche.”
It should be clear by now that everything in the universe has a resonant frequency that can be manipulated by sound.
Water cells for example have a resonant frequency of 432Hz at which they form perfectly symmetrical patterns:
Taking this a step further, a Japanese researcher called Masaru Emoto found that water cells responded differently to different words, and even thoughts. In other words, words and thoughts have frequencies that can resonate with water.
Water isn’t the only thing that has a resonant frequency, as three people in particular discovered in the last century or so:
- Tesla invented a medium for wireless transportation of electricity (i.e. the Wardenclyffe Tower, pictured below) by understanding the natural resonant frequency of the Earth. Unfortunately, the powers that be (in his case JP Morgan and Westinghouse) pulled all funding and he was kept broke and isolated in a hotel room for the rest of his life as there was no way for wireless electricity (or many of his other brilliant inventions) to be monetized. For anyone interested in learning more about this story I recommend reading this biography.
- An American inventor by the name of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971) found that pathogens, bacteria, and viruses (including cancer) each had a resonant frequency, and was able to target and destroy these cells by means of an electronic resonator. Needless to say, he too was shut down by the big-money pharmaceutical powers (there’s no money to be made from curing people after all).
- Another person who discovered the secrets of resonance was Ed Liedskalnin, who build Coral Castle by moving huge blocks of limestone using only a harmonic oscillator based on magnetism. There are plenty of videos on youtube about Ed Liedskalnin and Coral Castle, and I also highly recommend checking out this site for more information.
Speaking of moving huge stone blocks, perhaps this was the way megaliths (weighing hundreds of tonnes – far beyond the lifting capacity of “modern” equipment) were moved in the past…
Megaliths and the Pyramids
Here are just a handful of examples of huge megalithic structures found around the world:
Let’s take a closer look at the Giza Pyramid, in particular its geometry.
As this article outlines, the dimensions of the pyramid vary from phi (discussed earlier) by only 0.025% (3.67cm), and from Pi by only 0.121% (17.7cm). The pyramids also have incredibly precise architecture and engineering feats (eg. cutting and measuring huge stones to fit perfectly, while also incorporating interior shafts at angles – none of which modern machinery can replicate).
Consider this also:
- The latitude of the Giza pyramid is 29.9792458°N
- The speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 m/s.
The Giza pyramid complex also perfectly aligns with the stars in the Belt of Orion (image shows stars superimposed on the pyramids):
And last but not least, as the article referenced earlier pointed out, each of the four chambers of the Giza pyramid have the same four fundamental resonant frequencies as DNA… F#, C#, A and D#!
So to summarize,
- The Egyptians lifted and cut millions of huge stone blocks (from miles away no less) in a way no modern machinery can.
- They encoded phi and pi into their structure in a way so precise that no modern architecture can.
- The latitude of the Giza pyramid exactly matches the speed of light.
- The pyramid complex perfectly aligns with Orion’s belt.
- The resonant frequency of the four chambers of the pyramids match that of DNA.
So, the Egyptians were primitive, right…
At the very least, we can conclude that the architects of the Great Pyramid of Giza were extremely intelligent and had a very advanced knowledge of math and astronomy far beyond the standard of their time – and probably even far beyond what is taught in our schools and universities today.
So that begs the question, what happened to that knowledge?
Here’s a clue … notice the apron and necklace in particular:
Big happy family…
Oh, and this guy…
To be continued…
Disclaimer: Always do your own research and check your sources. Question everything!