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Where does it hertz

Unless someone is a musician, no one would know anything about the origin of what we call “concert pitch” which means that the vibration of “concert A” is different from “natural A” also known as “Verdi A” which is the pitch at which we naturally sing songs.

A frequency is measured in “hertz” which indicates how many cycles of vibration the frequency goes through in a single second. The second, our unit of time, is based on the rotation of the earth, which is 1/86,400th of a day, which indicates that there is a biological mechanism at play, and that it can be mathematically verified.

Concert pitch is an invention of the 20th century and unfortunately like all other things that come naturally to us, natural pitch, which vibrates at 432 hertz, has been interfered with and quite obviously controlled. The question is why?

When things that come naturally to us are changed I always look for a hidden agenda. Being involved in the holistic health industry my eyes have been opened many times with respect to those hidden agendas and how these forms of “controlling” what we do or what we use in the way of natural healing are for the benefit of a very elite group of people, which needless to say have nothing to do with the general population and what they really want.

Unfortunately not everything is out in the open and most of these areas of our lives that have been controlled are hidden from us, until of course we do more research into these things.

As most of you know, my original background is in music, and even though “concert pitch” is universally accepted in the performance and recording of music, musicians don’t really know why everything has been tuned to the key of “concert A”. None of us questioned the “unification of pitch” when we were studying music history.

Historically, concert pitch has been “officially” used in the western world from 1939 onwards. One would believe this was a good thing, that pitch had become universal and that all instruments were tuned to a specific pitch which vibrates exactly at 440 hertz. As a matter of fact, the tuning fork, that most string players use to tune their instrument is tuned to “concert A”.

Our natural pitch, 432, is approximately ¼ of a semitone lower than concert pitch. The big question is why was our natural pitch tampered with if all other notes were tuned to “natural A”? If everything is in tune, then there is no dissonance, if there is no dissonance, then there is harmony!

Question: When is there disharmony in the world?

Answer: During times of war….and I might add that there is a war going on somewhere in the world all the time.

Is it not curious that our natural pitch was interfered with in 1939 just prior to the onset of World War II? If one begins to dig into the whys and wherefores of this “vibrational change” in music the reasons for this change becomes quite evident.

To understand why, we have to look to the last century and what was developing in the world in 1939. The world was changing rapidly and there was political unrest in Europe. War was in the air.

Historically the original research on hertz was done with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation in an alliance with The Third Reich in the 1930’s where it was concluded that when people were exposed to music at 440 HZ, they became more aggressive, worked harder and were emotionally “removed” from their surroundings.

If you wish to research this further, a good starting point is this web site:

To quote Dr. Leonard Horowitz, well known as a conspiracy theorist, he writes in his book “Musical Cult Control”: “The music industry features this imposed frequency that is ‘herding’ populations into greater aggression, psycho social agitation, and emotional distress predisposing people to physical illness.”

Officially 440 HZ was implemented in the USA between 1939 and 1940 at the onset of World War II.  By 1953 it became standard in the western world.

In my next blog, I will talk about what we can do to change the vibration of all music we are exposed to back to 432 hertz.