Solfeggio Frequencies

Everything is a vibration.

So much can be written about solfeggio frequencies, it is difficult to determine where to even start.  One can read a definition, but the chasm of the untold would render the newly learned definition of solfeggio frequencies almost irrelevant.  So, it would seem the only logical place to start is at the very beginning of our core existence; the very essence of matter; the foundation of this universe.
If for just a moment, you can visualize everything around us as a vibration.  The rays of light around us are actually vibrating waves; the sound we hear is a vibration; all wireless communication and even electricity is a vibration. Most importantly, every atom, every molecular bond, every object around us is in a constant state of vibration.  While it may seem inconceivable that the couch we sit upon, or even a pane of glass in our window, is constantly vibrating, the truth is that every object is always in a constant state of atomic vibration.  So with this knowledge, understand that much like everything in nature adheres to fundamental biogeometric principles (PI, PHI, Fibonacci Sequence, etc), nature also adheres to fundamental properties of vibration.  These properties (more appropriately identified as the fundamental frequencies in nature) were initially uncovered by Pythagoras but were suppressed from the mainstream in similar fashion to the principles of biogeometry. Numerous theories exist on the suppression of this knowledge, but we will save that topic for another day.

The mathematical principles of the frequencies that Pythagoras discovered are akin to irrational numbers such as PI.  In fact, the frequencies are derived from a base9 mathematical principle (i.e. you can’t use a calculator to arrive at the numbers sequentially). These frequencies exist up and down an audible scale (like the notes on a piano), but are not easily accessible from traditional instruments.  Actually, no modern instrument (tuned in a traditional manner) will produce notes from any of the solfeggio scales.  But, the good news is that technology has allowed us to produce and control these frequencies simply, and in realtime, through apps such as Solfeggio by Sonalkiss.

But why would anyone want to play monotonous, boring tones that are not musical?

This is a great question and one of the most exciting areas of research we enjoy exploring.  The specific frequencies that Pythagoras uncovered have unique properties.  Some may call these properties mystical, or spiritual, but for the sake of simplicity, let’s just say these properties are rooted at the core of biology.  Certain frequencies such as 528hz, can be used to heal DNA that has become damaged in laboratories – and by heal, we mean literally regrow itself (which it will not do in any other situation).  The U.S. stealth fighter technology uses solfeggio harmonics to evade radar.  Music tuned to 432hz instead of the traditional 440hz has been shown to demonstrate calming effects on people.  Every solfeggio note played chordally, or individually, exhibits unique affects in biology.  Science is just now beginning to explore the potential of these frequencies and harmonics.

The picture above is an example of what occurs when water is frozen to certain solfeggio frequencies.  As you can see, each picture from left to right demonstrates unique, geometric patterns formed in the ice crystals of the treated water.  When water is frozen without exposure to anything, or even with exposure to non-solfeggio tones, these crystallization patterns never occur.  And similar to the way the crystallization of water occurs, other facets of biology are affected in amazing ways.  Many will say mankind’s awareness of the solfeggio frequencies may significantly predate Pythagoras – though he will always be credited with their exposure.  The chants of monks are known to be sung in solfeggio tones.  Tibetan singing bowls are tuned to solfeggio notes.  The original Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do was an anagram for the solfeggio notes in the scale.  Modern music has altered that particular example, but historians have documented the changes to the that musical transcension over the centuries.

Below you will find a grid of the most common solfeggio skein most recently brought to public attention by G.W. Hardin, a renown researcher & author who has made tremendous strides in the field of study for the Solfeggio system.   The grid below is arranged vertically into scales, and horizontally by root tone.  The mathematics behind the tones and scales are definitely worth researching since we are only covering a very broad overview of solfeggio tones.  The first grid below is known as the Feminine grid, while the second grid is known as the Masculine grid.  We invite you to explore as much as possible in this particular subject area and enjoy using the app we have created.  In truth, the app was created to assist in our own research, but we decided to make it publicly available to anyone else that may be interested in solfeggio research as well.

 

The Solfeggio Skein

Frequency Name Angelic Scale The 2nd Scale The 3rd Scale The 4th Scale Universal Scale The 6th Scale Earthly Scale Divine Scale Natural Scale
 Karmic Freqs 111 123 135 147 159 162 174 186 198
 Remembering 222 234 246 258 261 273 285 297 219
 Opening 333 345 357 369 372 384 396 318 321
 Change 444 456 468 471 483 495 417 429 432
 DNA related 555 567 579 582 594 516 528 531 543
 Connection 666 678 681 693 615 627 639 642 654
 Awareness 777 789 792 714 726 738 741 753 765
 Spiritual Journey 888 891 813 825 837 849 852 864 876
 Unity 999 912 924 936 948 951 963 975 987

 

The Masculine/Metatron Solfeggio Skein

Subset Name Angelic Scale The 2nd Scale The 3rd Scale The 4th Scale Universal Scale The 6th Scale Earthly Scale Divine Scale Natural Scale
 Karmic Freqs 111 123 135 147 159 162 174 186 198
 Remembering 222 234 246 258 261 273 285 297 219
 Change 444 456 468 471 483 495 417 429 432
 Connection 666 678 681 693 615 627 639 642 654
 Unity 999 912 924 936 948 951 963 975 987
 Fractal Tone 1011 1023 1035 1047 1059 1062 1074 1086 1098
 Harmonic Tone 1455 1428 1482 1455 1428 1482 1455 1428 1482

 

What makes a solfeggio scale?

The definition of a Solfeggio Scale is as follows: 1) All of the tones in sequential order must be 111 hz apart using Pythagorean skein. 2) Each scale must be 12 hz. apart from its adjoining scale using Pythagorean skein. 3) Adding any two or more frequencies will always yield another solfeggio frequency. 4) The sum of the scale frequencies will always add up to 999 hz. (Pythagorean skein). 5) The horizontal sum of all frequencies across all scales always adds up to 999 hz.

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With groundbreaking design, Solfeggio by Sonalkiss is the only app available that allows for realtime, multi-channel control of multiple solfeggio tones. The ability to control the amplitude of 9 simultaneous solfeggio tones in a chosen scale – all from a beautiful UI – allows for virtually unlimited possibilities for unique cymatic experiments as well as healing and holistic therapies.