Jonathan Goldman - Scheme of Vowel-Chakra Sounds, “Healing Sounds: The Power of Harmonics”, 1992.

These diagrams express the scientific and spiritual viewpoints about how to use the transformative power of sound for healing on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels. The Mystery Schools of Egypt, Greece, and Rome understood that vibration is the fundamental active force in the Universe, and they developed specific chants and tones for healing the mind, body, and spirit and achieving altered states of consciousness. Overtone chanting, also called vocal harmonics, is the ability of the human voice to create two or more notes at the same time. These diagrams explain how to perform these vocal harmonics and experience their transformative and curative powers. 

Goldman has a three-part theory that runs beneath all of his written and music works:
1. That everything in the Universe is in a state of vibration. Everything is in motion and produces a sound or frequency. This includes the various parts of our body, organs, bones, tissue, etc.
2. When we are in a state of “sound” health, everything in our bodies is vibrating in resonance or harmony with itself. When something is vibrating out of harmony, we call this “disease”.
3. Sound is an energy that can entrain or change the vibrational rate of objects. Therefore, if something is vibrating out of tune or harmony, it is possible to create the correct, natural “resonant” frequency of the out of tune object, project it to that out of tune portion and cause it to vibrate back to its normal, healthy state.

This, in turn, can be summarized as: Frequency + Intent = Healing.

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Cosmic Microwave Background - The Afterglow of Creation.

The ‘Afterglow of Creation’ – commonly known as the Cosmic Background Radiation – is the left-over heat from the fireball of the Big Bang in which the Universe was born 13.7 billion years ago. It provides a unique insight into our Universe’s infancy - a ‘baby photo’ described somewhat dramatically by Stephen Hawking as ‘the discovery of the century, if not of all time’ and by experimentalist and Nobel Prize winner George Smoot as ‘like seeing the face of God’.

Here are a few more little known facts about the Cosmic Background Radiation:

1. It’s the oldest fossil in Creation
It comes from a time just 380,000 years after the Universe burst into being.

2. It’s the coldest thing in the Universe
It is has been cooled by the expansion of the Universe to just 2.725 degree above absolute zero – the lowest possible temperature – so it appears not as visible light but stretched out into short-wavelength radio waves, principally microwaves.

3. It carries with it a ‘baby photo’ of the Universe
The splotches on the ‘photo’ show the locations where the smooth stuff of the Big Bang fireball is for the first time beginning to curdle into clusters of Galaxies.

4. It accounts for 99.9 % of all the particles of light in the Universe
Remarkably, only 0.1 per cent is tied up in the light from the Stars and Nebulae and Galaxies. If you were in Space with ‘magic glasses’ that showed microwaves, you would see the whole of the Universe glowing brightly with the Big Bang Afterglow just as if you were inside a light bulb.

5. It’s in the air around you - even in the room where you are now
It had absolutely nowhere to go since it was bottled up in the Universe, and the Universe, by definition, is all there is. Every cubic centimetre of space is currently being traversed by 300 photons from the big bang. Tune your TV between the stations and about 1% of the static on the screen is from the Big Bang fireball.