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AS A MAN VIBRATES IN HIS HEART NOT HIS HEAD, SO IS HE!

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AS A MAN VIBRATES IN HIS HEART NOT HIS HEAD, SO IS HE!

For as he thinketh in his heart, SO IS HE! Pro 23:7

IF YOU HEART AIN'T IN IT; YOU CAN'T WIN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!

THE HEART EMITS 100 TIMES MORE ELECTRIC AND MAGNETISM THEN THE HEAD!!!

MIND OVER MATTER
HEART OVER MIND

For more than 200 years, researchers have been validating the connections of Sound and Vibrations on physical form. The first to make that connection was German scientist Ernst Chladni, who, in 1787, detailed his research in his book "Discoveries Concerning the Theory of Music." In that pioneering work, he explained ways to make sound waves generate visible structures. He detailed how a violin bow, drawn at a right angle across a flat plate covered with sand, produces patterns and shapes. Today, those patterns and shapes are called Chaldni figures. (Coincidentally, Chaldni died in 1829, the same year as Beethoven. Mozart, a Free Mason, heavily influenced Beethoven about the mathematics of music, and likely influenced Chaldni as well).1

In 1815, Mathematician Nathaniel Bowditch followed up on Chaldi’s discoveries. He concluded that the conditions for these designs to arise were because the frequencies, or oscillations per second, were in whole number ratios to each other—such as 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 and so on.2

The study of wave phenomena, the ability of sound to organize and repattern matter, is called Cymatics.

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