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Healing Benefits From Light and Music

All living matter in the universe has a spark of the Creator in it. This matter never disappears completely from the recycling that is the basis of the planet’s existence, with the exception of the husk, or form that the minute subatomic particles are enclosed in.

The way our electric light works is by making use of the particles after they are dead. This is similar to a “legacy” they leave behind them. It is comparable to the books you leave behind after you have made your transition. They will “light up” the existence of future generations. The same thing is true of our electricity. It actually was produced eons ago and is a legacy left behind by the trillions and trillions of subatomic particles that caused it to be available.

Light is indeed organic. Light has thinking abilities far beyond what anyone gives it credit for having. The organic quality of light is not found in the visible light range though. It is found in the invisible spectrum. By the time they form the light that we see with our eyes they are dead particles. The nucleus of the particle is where the spark of the Creator is, and the half life is so short that these particles can’t make it through the first large loop in a wave. They are replaced with another. The dead husk of the particle that the nucleus or spark has left is what the visible light spectrum is made up of. Perhaps this will explain many things. The fact that the particles are dead, as far as having any part of the Creator in them, is also why ordinary light cannot heal the human body. There is no part of the Creator present in visible light rays.

The same is true of music. Some musical instruments match the frequency of “dead” particles and some musical instruments match “live” particles. Any instrument that is electrified is using the energy of the “dead” particles. This would include electric organs, guitars, synthesizers and electric pianos. Also an electrified instrument of any kind is drawing on this power to amplify.

All instruments not electrified are not working with the dead particles, they are working with “very much alive” subatomic particles to produce their beautiful sounds. This perhaps will account for some people’s preference for non-electrical instruments. Music from non-electric instruments can be used to heal. Remember what was just stated, that visible light could not heal because it had no part of the Creator in it? The same is true of music. Electric music cannot heal. Pure music can.

The following is an analogy to explain what category amplified or recorded “live” music would fall into when being listened to on tapes or in an audience. There is a certain dog who knows when his master is coming home no matter what strange hour of the day it is. This dog has hearing so intense that it can pick up the distinctive whine that his master’s car makes at an intersection a block from the house. The owners were amazed that this dog always knew and would run to the door and bark until the car pulled in. They believed the dog was psychic. So he was.

You see, your hearing plays an important part in whether or not you are psychic. The dog was not only hearing the sound of the car, but he also felt it in the chakra called the solar plexus. Animals have five chakras, remember. The solar plexus is a strong chakra on the dog and is the dog’s interpreter of vibrations in the atmosphere. These vibrations then draw a pattern in the animal brain and the dog actually “sees” the master in his car. Yes, the dog actually sees the master, the same way that a human standing on the corner where the master is stopped can see him, only of course, the dog is a block away and inside the house. This is a “talent” or a sense that was evolved out of the human being by the closing over of the third eye. It is also what allows or causes people to see ghosts or scenes being replayed from the past, visions, if you will.

With music, when it is performed live and then amplified, your inner hearing would pick up the live sound through the amplification system by a different method of interpretation. It would respond to the live vibrations coming off the instruments on the stage that were resonating with the amplifier. Therefore, the effect on the body would be that of live music.

A tape is a different story. Any recorded music would not have the presence of the live vibrations caught in the recording, so would be considered dead music. There is a way to catch these live vibrations in recordings, but it has not yet been done on the earth plane. Our stereos don’t even come close to what is being talked about. The compact disc players would be the technology that would allow this to come into being.

As a matter of fact, the same technology that will be the basis of the Healing Machine (described in the video on the Science of Music) is the same technology that would allow the vibrations to be caught in recorded music. The Healing Machine is actually more important at this time, but too many times in the past, technology that has been given to improve the health of humankind has been misused and materialized by being applied to things for entertainment in a materialistic way. But in this case the compact disc players will be the basis for the new subliminal tapes that will be able to be used in many, many applications including home tune-up tapes that can be designed after the Healing Machine is perfected.

Music in its audible manifestation relates to light by the different instruments and the pitches of these instruments. The lower in pitch or frequency, the lower the type of light it relates to. The deepest sounding horn that we are capable of producing would relate directly to the broadest band of radio wave. There is a direct correlation of the pitch or frequency of an instrument to the light rays. As a matter of fact, the range of each instrument will match the range or octave spread of the light rays. Disharmony in music is related to infrared light. Music needs to be raised beyond ultraviolet to enable the new technology to come into being.

Music of the Electric Guitar

Electric guitars are used in various forms and styles of music including pop, country, rock and roll, jazz or blues. These guitars are used largely in rock music, and are a bit more forgiving than are acoustic guitars. Depending on the venue, they are one of the most common guitars used in the 20th century.

The strings used on electric guitars are steel strings as on acoustic guitars, but usually of a much lighter gauge so they are generally easier on your fingers. The guitars themselves are much heavier than are acoustic guitars. The wood is heavier and the electronic parts on the inside add weight to the guitar, as well. While the specific wood type for the body, neck and fingerboard is less of a factor in electric guitars, the wood chosen for a particular electric guitar does contribute its distinctive sound and as well as the feel of the guitar in your hands and even in your style of playing. The neck of the electric guitar must also take more stress due to the heavy body of the guitar.

Because of the type of strings used on the electric guitar, they are considered to be easier to play. The lighter gauge of the strings for the electric guitar makes picking and strumming much simpler. The trade-off, of course, is the weight of the guitar and ability to be heard by larger audiences.

Electric guitars are slightly more expensive than are acoustic guitars but quality electric guitars can be found in the lower price ranges, as well. The important thing to remember in planning to purchase an electric guitar is that they only sound good with an amplifier, so you must count on purchasing one of those as well as the guitar.

While various historians would argue about the time frame, electric guitars became popular in the 1960’s and 1970’s. At that point, rock n’ roll was the prevailing culture in the world of music. Electric guitars became a necessity in the competition with the amplified instruments used by jazz orchestras. They quickly became popular, even though there were some difficulties with their construction. The body of the electric guitar would vibrate because of the amplified sounds that came through the speakers, to which they were connected, causing what we know as feed-back. Electric guitars don’t work with microphones, but with special pickups on the body of the guitar that senses the movement of strings. These pickups also tend to pick up the various electrical noises of the room, giving the guitar a bit of a “hum” which can be a very large or very small depending on where the guitar is being played. Several different designs for electric guitars were tried and left unused because of this difficulty in the decades before the 70’s. However, the Les Paul by Gibson and the Stratocaster by Fender rose above the other models to help eliminate some of these difficulties and secured their place in electric guitar history.

There are many types of electric guitars: solid body, hollow body and metal body. The solid body electric guitar is actually carved from hardwood and has a lacquer finish. The guitars with the metal bodies are affected by the “weight relief” holes that are bored into the solid metal guitars or they are chambered metal so that the guitar will not weigh so much. The hollow bodied electric guitars are said to add resonance and sustain to the guitar while being lighter in weight for the guitarists handling of the instrument. The hollow body electric guitars have the pick-ups mounted in such a way that they convert the combination of the string and the instrument’s body vibration into the electrical signal sent to the amplifier.

These guitars are great instruments to have around. They can be played for large audiences and their versatility of style is excellent. Earphones are a great addition to the guitar and the amplifier for the student who lives in the house with others that don’t necessarily want to hear the instrument played all night or all day. With this one upgrade, the electric guitar is a great addition to the other instruments in my household!