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December 16, 2017

According to NASA the radius of the sun is 432,168,6 miles. It is not perfect but it is pretty close! I am not saying it proves anything. I am just saying;)

Let us make what seems like a big jump, but might not be, and talk a little bit about the Hindu theory of the World Cycles.

The smallest cycle is called Maha Yuga. It is 4,320,000 human years. This is Hindu tradition. This is in no way affected by sound healing theory or modern cosmogony. Pay attention now…

A  Maha Yuga is divided into four cycles with a ratio of 4:3:2:1

Satya Yuga - 1,728,000 years.

Treta Yuga - 1,296,000 years.

Dvapara Yuga - 864,000 years.

Kali Yuga - 432,000 years.

We have the 432 A as you can seen, we also have 864 and 1728 which are octaves of 432 and also, interestingly, we have 1296 which is an E note on the 432 scale and the perfect 5th of A! For those of you who do not know; it is extremely harmonious;D

The Hindu scriptures have more!

The length of a day in the life of the god Brahma is called a kalpa. Two kalpas a...

December 10, 2017

There is one piece of information about 432 tuning that I really have not seen anywhere online.

About how to tune. It is there, of course, but not clearly spelled out, and very few that talk about the tuning even touch on the subject. That I have seen or heard…

I am talking about the temperament!

Musical temperament is probably best explained as the relative distance between each note in a scale. And what many people do not know is that there is many different systems to do this. Many different temperaments! And they all sound the same to untrained ears, but the differences are definitely there and when you are looking for perfect harmony it becomes important.

Most modern music and instruments are tuned to what is called equal temperament. It seems to me that what many people do is tune their instruments down to 432, but not alter the temperament in any way. This gives you some of those sweet notes that you are looking for but it does not give you a perfect 432 scale!

So what temperament gi...

December 4, 2017

Ok, here we go!

The most difficult part about explaining the whole 432 hz phenomenon is probably knowing where to begin. It is a pretty complex subject. I think I will call this a part one, and then we will see how many parts are necessary….

To understand 432 we must first understand musical octaves.

In the western scale there are only 12 notes. All the music you have ever listened to consists of some combination of these 12 notes. But there is sort of a trick that gives us more notes to play with: there are different octaves of the notes! Let me try to explain:

The 432 hz frequency is an A note. If we double that to 864 hz we also get an A note. The same thing happens if we half it to 216 hz. This is also an A note. And they are really all the same note. For example the 216 hz frequency will contain the 432, the 864, the 1728, the 3456, and so on... But they do sound a bit different. The 216 will be perceived as a very low note, while the 1728 will be perceived as a very high note.

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