THE MATRIX OF MILK – CYMATICS

My first movie masterpiece that evolved out of my frequency journey. (see posts Part I,II&III)

It is playing with the idea of frequencies. In which state we are in as individual aswell as society right now? How do we handle precious resources? Is it chaos or still well-arranged? What is real and what matrix?

 

The Matrix Of Milk Cymatics

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Part III: the frequency of sound or the patterns of existence – Ernst Chladni

Sound, music and everything we hear moves, influence and changes us. Just think about how music can change our mood. but why and how is that possible? If we see, how certain frequencies have certain patterns, we might come closer to understanding.

Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni was one of the first, if not the first, who found out that specific sounds have specific patterns depending on the thing they resonate with.

One of Chladni’s best-known achievements was inventing a technique to show the various modes of vibration of a rigid surface. When resonating, a plate or membrane is divided into regions that vibrate in opposite directions, bounded by lines where no vibration occurs (nodal lines). Chladni repeated the pioneering experiments of Robert Hooke who, on July 8, 1680, had observed the nodal patterns associated with the vibrations of glass plates. Hooke ran a violin bow along the edge of a plate covered with flour and saw the nodal patterns emerge.

Chladni’s technique, first published in 1787 in his book Entdeckungen über die Theorie des Klanges (“Discoveries in the Theory of Sound”), consisted of drawing a bow over a piece of metal whose surface was lightly covered with sand. The plate was bowed until it reached resonance, when the vibration causes the sand to move and concentrate along the nodal lines where the surface is still, outlining the nodal lines. The patterns formed by these lines are what are now called Chladni figures. Similar nodal patterns can also be found by assembling microscale materials on Faraday waves.

Variations of this technique are still commonly used in the design and construction of acoustic instruments such as violins, guitars, and cellos. Since the 20th century, it has become more common to place a loudspeaker driven by an electronic signal generator over or under the plate to achieve a more accurate adjustable frequency.

Ich empfehle sehr diese Biorgapie von ihm. (good german biography) http://monoskop.org/images/8/8d/Ullmann_Dieter_Ernst_Florens_Friedrich_Chladni.pdf

Video with some patterns on a metal plate.

Gute Erklährung wie die Muster entstehen. (Good german explanation about the patterns.)

I imagine that these patterns could stand for different feelings emotions and states of being. And if we listen to music or any kind of sound our body resonates with it and these patterns form in our body. Another picture I have in my mind is, when you’re standing for example in the first row of a concert and your whole body vibrates like a balloon to the loud beats.. what if the blood inside takes shape of these pulsating patterns pumping through our veins?

Part II: the frequency of words and thoughts – Dr. Emoto

As the electromagnetic spectrum shows, there are a lot more (Hz) frequencies than those we can see, hear or use. And since all is frequency, so are we and everything we think say or do has a certain wavelength that influences us and our surrounding. As the awareness on our planet grows and especially now in the great shift, I sense that we reactivate our sensitiveness to those things and start to feel frequencies better and are especially more able to recognize and divide them.

One brilliant, happy and playful mind and scientist who dedicated his live and work to this, was Dr. Masaru Emoto.

With his snowflake photographs he found out that water is not just water, but is able to memorize information, in a way modern science is not able to understand yet.

As he took this further to the rice experiment, he showed how strong our mind can be and how the frequency of our thinking and acting influences our reality.

Here is a wonderful blog post about his life and work. Look at the brilliant snowflake pictures!

I decided to try the experiment with milk and milk rice.

 

EXPERIMENT

 START : DAY 1 – 10.01.15
 END     : DAY 5 – 15.01.15

– I prepared 4 glasses (all bought on the same day, same store, for that particular purpose)

– bought one package of milk & one package of rice

– cooked some milk rice with it

– filled 2 glasses with normal milk & 2 glasses with the milk rice

From the moment I filled the glasses, the challenge was to completely focus, with all my intentions, on one positively and on the other one negatively. And from thereon everyday, in the morning and every time I passed, I imagined the good pure white milk and the gross old and stinky milk. And I also talked to it in that manner.

Not much happened in the first days until day 5. When I woke up there was a dramatic and clear change to be seen.

The “bad” milk rice started to mould and got a little bit darker yellow in the center. The milk was completely deformed and destroyed.

I couldn’t believe that hate can make things so ugly… but there it was in front of my eyes on the kitchen table. A ugly glass of milk rotted inside out full of hate and disgust. Also the rice was caved in as if he was ashamed.

The “good” milk instead, while showing the same signs of aging, sill remained to look very beautiful and nice. Also the rice looked beautiful delicious and somehow strong and happy.

 

 

Part I: journey of understanding frequencies

Everything is vibration, everything is frequency. Quantum physics say that and I have the feeling that this is very true, but I wanted find out more about it and try to understand this intangible thing that seems to hide in music, feelings, thoughts, interhuman relations and materialism.

On my (never ending…) frequency journey I learnt and read about: Dr. Masaru Emoto, Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni, Cymatics, John Samuel Hagelins unified field theory, about Hertz, tone generators and the electromagnetic spectrum. Also a lot about music, quantum physics, holy geometry and how some new pictures of the Hubble Space Telescope show that micro and macro cosmos are connected through frequency…

Now I want to invite you on that journey aswell by showing you in the following posts some of my own experiences and artwork that evolved from it.

First of all, a little illustrative video with interesting facts and thoughts about frequencies. – The law of vibration.

In these pictures you can see that only a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum is visible. But that “small part” contains everything we can see.

Very high frequencies from 300 Exahertz to 3 Petahertz are ionizing radiation such as gamma rays, x-rays and the higher ultraviolet part.

Then there is the visible part around 300 Terahertz followed by infrared around 3 Terahertz.

From 300 Gigahertz to 30 Megahertz is the microwave frequency and from 30 Megahertz to 3 Kilohertz the radio waves.

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Humans can generally hear sounds with frequencies between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz (the audio range or hearing range) although this range varies significantly with age, occupational hearing damage, and gender. The majority of people can no longer hear 20,000 Hz by the time they are teenagers, and progressively lose the ability to hear higher frequencies as they get older.

Most human speech communication takes place between 200 and 8,000 Hz and the human ear is most sensitive to frequencies around 1,000-3,500 Hz.

Sound above the hearing range is known as ultrasound, and that below the hearing range as infrasound.

Here is an online tone generator to get in touch with the frequencies we can hear. 😉