Modern Music = Emotional Engineering
June 8, 2013
WAKE UP PEOPLE! Modern music
was engineered to rot your mind
and pervert your morals -
[Editor's Note: I am not a musician and post this for discussion purposes.]
Quite frankly, I find discussions like the one of Heavy Metal, below the usual intelligence quotient of your readers. In the first place, Heavy Metal falls into the same category as ALL "music" created since about 1900 - it is not for entertainment but for complex emotional engineering.
Up until the early part of the last century, music was for both entertainment and for cultural expression, something that built and strengthened society on a much deeper level than mere amusement.
It was to elevate the heart and mind - and in many orchestral pieces from 1300 to 1800, to elevate them to aid in the contemplation of the divine. "Music doth calm the savage breast" is no idle comment!
In order to dispose Western Civilization to the relaxed morality being promoted to them during two world wars, it was necessary to undermine them emotionally.
Music, being a generally popular accompaniment to entertainment and casual assemblies (ie; dances, bars, restaurants) was the perfect vehicle to re-engineer. Take, for example, the Flapper music (Charleston), Gershwin, Scott Joplin, etc., all very breezy, fluff-for-substance, trivial muzak, irrespective of the technical requirements for musicians.
When the tuning frequency of 440 hertz was imposed on the music world via the Royal Conservatory of England, through the research of German scientists, it was not for the good of music or those who listened to it, but rather, to have the opposite effect.
Overnight, this poisonous frequency over ruled all musical preferences, for the Conservatory had absolute control of certification, thus all world-wide instruction. (Just try to get a job teaching in music, anywhere, without Royal Conservatory certification!)
Coupled with frivolous, beat-heavy music, indeed a change began to be made manifest in the nature of dance, and people's inhibitions in general when exposed to this music, when out in public, and even more so when few eyes were watching!
It was tidy little coup for the Illuminati, bloodless and largely under appreciated, since the body of research behind it was shrouded in secrecy for years until such time as 440 was so entrenched that it was impossible to repeal.
Moral decay through music - subtle, powerfully subversive and largely unnoticed! As they say, the rest is history! Classical music, in all it's glory, was denigrated as "old fashioned" or downright unpleasant in the mass media, and for those who still loved it, 440 was imposed on it to rob it of it's vibrancy and mind soothing and elevating qualities.
Since this is a brief pedigree of ALL modern music, WHY are we being subjected to a debate on heavy metal, like it (or any rock n roll) has any redeeming qualities, other than sentimentality for people who were captivated by it's satanic spell during their vulnerable years?
WAKE UP PEOPLE! Modern music was engineered to rot your mind and pervert your morals - period! It is as utterly Illuminati as the LGBT movement, feminism, abortion and divorce! It cannot be salvaged or excused.
What should you listen to? The best music is always manually generated (not electronic). Learn an instrument - any instrument - ("talent" is a fallacy, playing music is mostly technique and practice) tune it to any hertz divisible by 3 (note, 440 is not one of them) and learn, or better yet experiment and create tunes. Enjoy the experience of something truly rare - real music!
Soothing, happy, lovely music, not something satanically electronically canned, modified and preserved, and connect with some authentic human emotions!
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First Comment by L.C. Vincent
I completely agree with Monica, precisely! In fact, my first book, "The 440 Enigma", discusses this subject matter of tuning frequency specifically. This artificial tuning frequency of A=440Hz (artificial, in that it is unnatural in the sense of being disconnected from the sacred numbers of the universe, which one can see replicated in the Fibonacci series, among other places) was purposely chosen by certain "Powers that Be" at the turn of the last century to create illness, disharmony, conflict, war, and death. It does not matter how "wonderful" the music may sound to an uncritical ear; it does not matter that an orchestra may be playing a Beethoven sonata; what is critically important is that IF the tuning frequency of the musicians is tuned to A=440Hz, then it is subconsciously promoting all the negatives I have mentioned. Of course, this standard was imposed by the Royal Conservatory -- with Rockefeller money backing, according to Len Horowitz. It should also be mentioned that this standard was utterly opposed by vast majority of classical musicians and symphonic orchestras in both England and Europe, who mainly preferred A=432 Hz. Nevertheless, A=440Hz became the "de facto" tuning standard despite their opposition!
My own research on the subject confirms what Monica stated; sacred tuning demands that any tuning standard be based on the theory that "A" be divisible by 3. I have found that 432 Hz is the ideal "A" frequency, based on the research I did for my book.
So "JJ" [see Comments] -- like so many others, is totally ignorant of the role frequency plays in the role of the formation of physical matter, as well as THOUGHT, which proceeds the formation of physical matter and directly influences it. I have studied the science of Cymatics in preparation for writing my book, and it is very clear that the simple change of frequency vibration of only 1 cycle per second can make the difference between harmonious patterns of matter creation (visible on the Cymatic plates) or chaotic, random, destructive patterns. "JJ" and others like him would do well to study Cymatics. Once a person does, you realize the tremendous influence which frequency perception has upon human consciousness. "JJ" is hung up on the outer content of the music -- lyrics, rhythms, beat. The reality is that while all 3 of these may be put in service to the elevation of society and the individual, or to their destruction, the most potentially subversive aspect of music that nearly no one ever considers is the tuning frequency on which it is based!
The research that resulted in the 440 pitch was only part of the massive studies done on sound and it's effect on the human brain. The primary aim of this research was to completely map and understand the functional responses to abroad range of stimuli in order to solidify the ability to impose mind control though transmittable means like radio frequency or micro waves. This was entirely subversive research to forward the NWO agenda. The results were not published in Medical/Research journals, for obvious reasons. That they desired to impose mind control was not something the insiders wanted the general population to know!
For a simplistic introduction to the idea of behaviour modification through music, I recommend This is Your Brain On Music http://www.amazon.ca/dp/
To address the comment that 440 was imposed to set a "standard", the idea is quite absurd! In music that is akin to saying all artists can only use Cerulean as blue in their artwork because it is a superior color and all other shades should be avoided. The right to choose the tuning frequency for the orchestra playing a composition was greatly utilized by all the great composers all through the centuries, and 440 was NOT one of their favorites or "most common", in fact, it was avoided. Handel introduced his Water Music at the tuning frequency of 420 because he felt it best enhanced what he had written. Who would know, better than the composer? The uniformity within the orchestra is simple - all tune to the frequency defined by the composer. The idea that all music should be played at a certain pitch is not only totalitarian but a suppression of artistic scope (laying aside the concrete scientific information).
It is important to remember that this imposition was to take away the beneficial aspects of music, based on rock solid science. Tuning frequencies divisible by 2 produced harmful brain waves that created a heightened state of excitement, confusion and anxiety. Strangely, those divisible by 3 produced quite the opposite, harmonious, placid brain waves that strengthened brain function and mental clarity.
My thanks to LC Vincent for his comment! I have spend much of my life reading and NOTHING done in the 1900's was done by chance. The first few comments left me a bit dumbfounded - are people really that naive? But I suppose that's the spoon-feed-me-information mentality most were taught in public school. I don't want to hear anything contrary to my comfort! Just give me my "dope" and leave me alone to to be led away....
The reason that the 440 standard was chosen has everything to do with the number 2. 440 is a number that can continually be either reduced by division or compounded by multiples of the number 2.
When we begin with 440 hz at A above middle C this then makes every other tone to be played in the standard scale a whole number.
At its essence, music is a mathematical construct. A construct that is in practice divisible by the number 3.
This can be traced to the fact that written music was first established by monks who noticed that 3 separate but stable and proportionate tones created what we now know as a triad, or a chord, which is comprised of a root, a third and a 5th tone.
They then focused on the number 3 as a representation of the holy trinity of father, son, and holy ghost, creating the dominant, subdominant, major, minor, and diminished groups of 3 tone triads.
When these tones are mapped mathematically, they are most easily understood when each tone is a whole number.
And this can only happen when the base number for tuning is a number such as 440.
440 hz is an international standard for a very good reason.
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