electromagnetic spectrum

Consider this: You can see less than 1% of the electromagnetic spectrum and hear less than 1% of the acoustic spectrum. As you read this, you are traveling at 220 km/sec across the galaxy. 90% of the cells in your body carry their own microbial DNA and are not “you.” The atoms in your body are 99.9999999999999999% empty space and none of them are the ones you were born with, but they all originated in the belly of a star. Human beings have 46 chromosomes, 2 less than the common potato. The existence of the rainbow depends on the conical photo-receptors in your eyes; to animals without cones, the rainbow does not exist. So you don’t just look at a rainbow, you create it.
—  NASA Lunar Science Institute, 2012
Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development. But the pulses, called terahertz waves, have long required elaborate and expensive equipment to use.

Now, researchers at Princeton University have drastically shrunk much of that equipment: moving from a tabletop setup with lasers and mirrors to a pair of microchips small enough to fit on a fingertip.

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  In the occult sciences, Light is known as an emanation from God. This emanation or manifestation of divine Light is divided into 7 rays or the seven manifestations of light namely: (1)The Ray of freedom, (2)The Ray of Order, (3)The Ray of Love, (4)The Ray of Compassion, (5)The Ray of Knowledge, (6)The Ray of Wisdom and last but the most important, (7)The Ray of Harmony. Each of the 7 Rays is also believed to be associated with a different kind of occult energy. Their symbol is the Rainbow.

  Similarly, on the electromagnetic spectrum, there are 7 types of electromagnetic waves, or we can call them electromagnetic radiations…which are still forms of Light: (1)Radio wave, (2)Microwave, (3)Infrared Ray, (4)Visible light, (5)Ultraviolet Ray, (6)X-ray, (7)Gamma Ray
{Visible light is the only kind of electromagnetic waves that are visible}
  Low frequency electromagnetic waves can pass through solid bodies, and tend to “hug the earth”, while high frequency waves don’t penetrate solid bodies, and don’t “hug the earth”, but tend rather to travel outward away from the earth in straight lines. Healing with frequencies is also referred to as Radionics or vibration healing..which is a form of energy medicine. 


The Mona Lisa is more than a portrait but an expression of experience. Leonardo worked on this painting for almost 20 years and imbued it with as much knowledge as he could. One example was his use of color which wasn’t just chosen or applied arbitrarily but with examples of color theory. He realized that colors would appear differently when placed next to certain hue’s and that they changed in shadow and became less colorful as they receded from the eye. He applied some of these rules and broke others. The painting wasn’t really painted from life with a woman sitting in front of a specific window, or overlooking a specific back ground, or with certain lighting. She is as symbolic and figurative as the colors used and the background itself.

 Although the colors have faded and been changed slightly from age and the tint of the varnish we can still see the change in color and hues follow an interesting trend. From Red, Yellow, Green, to Blue. These follow the visual spectrum of colors that we can perceive. This adds a type of innate beauty to the painting because it combines a type of universality that just ‘fits’ into how we see - because it was designed that way. These same visual/ color rules can be used to create optical illusions and it’s likely the painting also possesses these qualities but are less evident due to the deterioration and faded colors. It’s probable that the painting would have originally caused a type of visual movement due to the color theme used. Or in other words the painting itself, the order of the colors used, as they recede into the distance follow the electromagnetic spectrum.

This is the type of optical illusion that the painting probably would have caused (to a lesser extent) in it’s prime. It’s not a gif, your mind makes it move - based on the colors and their gradation used alone. 

Dark Matter Invisibility Spell ✨

Because dark matter does not emit or interact with electromagnetic radiation, it’s invisible to the entire electromagnetic spectrum. This spell is designed to shield you from unwanted energy. 

Originally posted by headlesssamurai

Items required:

  • Visualization
  • A dimly lit, quiet environment
  • Star water made with blue glitter
  • Ambient music (optional, but it always helps me personally)


  • In a dim, quiet room, turn on some ambient music if you wish and get comfortable
  • Take some time to meditate and fall into a calm, relaxed state of mind
  • Visualize a blanket of dark matter (generally depicted as being blue in color even though it’s technically invisible) covering every fiber of your being, making you invisible to any unwanted, harmful, or negative energy (be specific with the energies you want to avoid)
  • Anoint yourself with star water to seal the spell (your forehead or the inside of your wrists would be a good place to do this)

To do this on the go:

  • Perform the spell as originally intended, but in addition, enchant a bottle of star water with the energy emitted from dark matter and anoint yourself before going out or leaving your comfort zone

Symphony of the Universe

After my radio astronomy article yesterday, I thought I should expand on the idea of “sound” in space—how, after all, can stars and galaxies make noise? Sound waves only travel through a medium, such as solid, liquid or gas, by making their molecules vibrate and creating a compression wave. When there is no medium, there’s no sound—hence why the near-vacuum of space is almost completely silent. In the 90s, NASA released an album called “Symphonies of the Planets”, but the sounds weren’t exactly of the planets: they were converted from measurements of the interactions of electromagnetic disturbances, such as charged particles in the planets’ magnetospheres or trapped radio waves. Electromagnetic waves, such as radio waves or light, don’t need a medium to travel like sound waves do. They’re composed of both electric and magnetic waves and so they’re self-propagating, because the oscillating electric field creates an oscillating magnetic field which then creates an oscillating electric field and so on, and the continued disturbances keep the wave moving forward. It’s not until they’re captured here on Earth that they’re converted into sound, and we can hear the symphony of the universe.

Nice refraction early this morning from my fish tank projected onto my pantry door. My question is, to any science majors out there: since the visual light spectrum is being split, does the same prism also split and break down ultraviolet and infrared light into similar patterns that can’t be seen?