The next concept I want to delve into is music. Full Disclosure, I am not a musician. I cannot play an instrument or sing. But I LOVE to sing and sing anyway. I sing in the shower and I sing to the trees when I’m hiking. (And to my knowledge, they haven’t complained!) I am also aware of the magnificent power of the human voice to heal the human frequency, which is confirmed by my mood, because I always feel great after singing in the woods.
Now, another full disclosure, it used to be that I was with the mainstream when someone mentions a conspiracy theory. That was before I realized it was a trigger word used by the media intended to control us. Now when someone mentions a conspiracy theory, I become really curious. I hope you are too, because we are going to delve into what some have described as conspiracy theory.
The following discussion is excerpted from “The great 440 Hz conspiracy, and why all of our music is wrong: Alan Cross”
Back in the late 1800’s there was a call to standardize the frequency for music so it would sound the same the world over. But it wasn’t until 1953 that a worldwide agreement set the frequency for middle A at 440Hz. Without going into a lot of detail, there are people who believe the frequency chosen is incorrect. They feel the correct middle A is 432 Hz because it has “a pure tone of math fundamental to nature” and is “mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe, vibrating with Phi, the Golden Ratio”.
That is the factual part, now comes the so-called conspiracy theory part.
- It is said that the Rockefeller Foundation had an interest in making sure the United States adopted the 440 Hz standard in 1935 as part of a “war on consciousness” leading to “musical cult control.” This theory says that tuning all music to 440 Hz turns it into a military weapon.
- It is said that Nazi propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels insisted on 440 Hz tuning in Germany because he believed it made people think and feel in specific ways, making them “a prisoner of a certain consciousness”.
So let’s keep digging into how music and sound has been used:
It is a historical fact that the US and other countries have used blasts of sound as a weapon.
- There is the Israeli Scream
- Squawk Box in Northern Ireland
- Buzzing drone noise in Havana, that resulted in neurological issues
- Mosquito Alarm in Great Britain
- Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) in the US that was used on US citizens in Ferguson, Missouri, Occupy Wall Street and the protesters against the North Dakota Pipeline.
It is a historical fact that the US and other countries have used music as a psychological tool on numerous occasions. A casual search on the Internet brings up:
- 1989 in Panama, the US Army blared rock and heavy metal bands on loudspeakers on the Embassy where Manuel Noriega was hiding.
- In 1993, Texas law enforcement agents played loud pop music and Tibetan chants as part of the Waco siege of the Branch Davidian cult.
- In 2010 in Afganistan, Marines reportedly blasted Metallica and Thin Lizzy into the villages for hours at a time.
There are also hidden messages or meanings identified in songs. They do it by back taping and here are just a few messages that have been found:
- ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ by the Beatles. At the end you can hear “I buried Paul”.
- ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ by Bonnie Tyler. There are some that say viewed through a different frame work, the lyrics seem to be about vampires in love.
- ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by Led Zeppelin has a pro-satan message.
- ‘Hit me Baby One more Time’ by Britney Spears could easily refer to domestic violence or a sexual request. There is more clarity hidden in the lyrics: “sleep with me I’m not too young”
Note: Obviously, don’t get these songs stuck in your head. If you find them popping in, tell that thought “You have no power over me”. Or find another song to sing. Or hum.
The bottom line is that music can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used as a weapon, a psychological tool or perhaps it could be used as a computer program with a virus attached. We all know how that might work: you hear a song and days later it keeps popping in your head?
Yes, obviously there is good and beneficial music as well. But since we are not always able to discern the difference between the two, a dose of caution is warranted. I myself will keep entertaining the trees!
And now I’ve been a little ‘heavy’ for too long and have to lighten it up a little bit… You do know what this means don’t you??? It means our parents were RIGHT about our music! (And we are RIGHT about our children’s!)