Wednesday, September 6, 2017

County Fair Grange Booth

1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    I have an idea to make the music industry even better. I am an audio recording graduate, and found this information while studying.

    The Standard music scale worldwide was militarized by the Rockefeller-Nazi consortium at the precise time WWII preparations were being finalized by the petrochemical-pharmaceutical war financiers. The American Federation of Musicians accepted A=440 as standard pitch in 1917, and the U.S. government followed suit in 1920. Nazi propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels argued for this odd intrusion, persuading Hitler’s supposed enemies in Britain to adopt this “superior” standard tuning for the “Aryan/Master Race.”

    Alternatively, musicians, mathematicians, physicians, physicists, and geneticists, now celebrate the re-emergence of truth about the original A=444Hz scale. In this scale, C5 becomes 528Hz. This tone specifically resonates in natural harmony with The Fibonacci Sequence, measurable throughout all nature.

    528 Hz is the exact frequency that biochemist Dr. Lee Lorenzen reports repairs DNA. His credentials include a BA in Biology from the University of California at Berkeley, UCI School of Medicine, Research Associate in the Department of Pharmacology, Biology at Cal State Fullerton, Metropolitan Collegiate Institute.) He’s been awarded two US Patents on Clustered Water™ technology. He and biochemist Steve Chemiski discovered that "6 Sided Water Clusters" vibrating at 528 Hz form the structural support of healthy DNA.

    I am one of many that believe a simple reinstatement of A=444 standard tuning will have a dramatically positive effect on the entire planet. Because of 528 Hz's ability to re-structure water, pollution can be cleaned by sound. At the moment our A=440 scale is creating static, dissonant energy, causing all sorts of disease and illness. What if we transpose what exists, and music healed us as we listen?

    I don't want to go against anything. I'd rather work with what is, to make the vibrations feel better.

    All the best,

    Adam Campbell