Music Tuned to 432 Hz Vibrates on a Divine Level?
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A decades-long debate among musicians about tuning is bound up with Nazi conspiracy theories, New Age healing methods, practical consideration of what’s easiest on a singer’s vocal chords, a revived connection to ancient math and aesthetics, and more abstract connections to a higher order.
Should instruments be tuned to 440 Hz or 432 Hz?
In 1955, an international standard of A=440 Hz was set to unify the different concert pitches previously in use. This means the number of vibrations per second of the middle A is 440. But some say A=432 Hz brings music to another level.
A Cymatic visualization of 432 Hertz sounding in a drop of water. This is the classic tuning, in harmony with myriad ancient teachings, and modern quantum physics, that should be used in performances of Western music and in the manufacture of musical instruments.
The DNA resonances of the ears respond best to 432 Hz. It is also the logical tuning contained in the overtone series, i.e., C = Binary 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, etc. G = Ternary 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96, 192, 384, etc. D = 3-Squared, i.e., 9, 18, 36, 72, 144, 288, etc. A = 3-Cubed 27, 54, 108, 216, 432, etc.
The “corporate” tuning of 440 Hertz for A is a modern substitute with proven harmful effects, e.g., in Cymatic Therapy and Sonatherapy. Case studies ranging over 100 years have proven this beyond question.