Ep 35 – The Startling Secrets of Sound | John Stuart Reid
Natalie joins sound scientist and Cymatics researcher John Stuart Reid, inventor of the Cymascope, in his lab for some mind-blowing info that takes us from decoding dolphins and the Nazi 440 Hz versus 432 Hz conspiracy to the Da Vinci Code and sound healing! John, who was greatly inspired by the work of cymatics pioneer Hans Jenny, reveals how walking by the sea heals you, how we’re like astronauts, and how our thoughts influence our body. Hear John’s theory on the possible origins of hieroglyphics and whether he thinks the Egyptians were really high tech!
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Natalie shares more about her mysterious 2012 Near Death Experience during which she spoke scientific information, in particular how ‘sound can heal everything!’ They discuss the impact of nature on depression and whether immersing yourself in the earth’s Schumann Resonance is a quick fix for the blues!
If you have and interest in egyptology this will be a great listen as John reveals the life-changing experience involving sound healing in the King’s Chamber Sarcophagus! He also discusses the holographic nature of sound and shares an extraordinary story involving ghosts, a Welsh pub, and the men in black!
Natalie gets her nerd on with questions about Nikola Tesla and Vortex Math and John sheds light on sound’s role in organizing matter in the creation of our Universe. This is an information extravaganza so sit back, listen, and enjoy!
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John Stuart Reid’s website: Cymascope.com
Learn more about decoding the sound of dolphins at SpeakDolphin.com
Check out the Cymascope App!
Watch this clip below of John demonstrating a Chladni Plate!
Courtesy of Cymascope.com:
Thomas J. Mitchell (b 1938) is a Scottish musician who studied the ornately carved ceiling of Rosslyn Chapel for 27 years. Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh, famous for its lavish carvings and its association with the Knights Templar, also contained a mystery in the form of four sections of arches containing cymatic-like designs carved into the faces of 213 rectilinear cubes.
Mitchell discovered that the patterns related to musical notes, and were meant to be read in a specific order. He postulated that the builders of the chapel had access to Chladni-style plate and bow technology and deliberately encoded the melody into the cubes.
His son, Stuart Mitchell, orchestrated the music thus revealed, and named it ‘The Rosslyn Motet.’16 It was first performed on traditional medieval musical instruments in the chapel in September 2006. Thomas and Stuart Mitchell’s book ‘Rosslyn Chapel: The Music of the Cubes’ was also published in 2006.
Watch the video of The Rosslyn Motet!
Read the book John speaks about, Giza: The Truth, the People, Politics and History Behind the World’s Most Famous Archaeological Site at Amazon.com
Buy the book at Amazon.co.uk
Check out this amazing video on sonic geometry!