432 Hz The Middle A
I am now declaring that 432 Hz is the middle A for many reasons. One of the many reasons is that 432 Hz is calmer and more purer (Por-nur), not to mention that this tone is scientifically proven to heal. The 440 Hz is not the harmonious A that you think to believe or accept.
As mentioned in my last essay, The Universal Tones, the 12 tone equal temperament mis-tunes all the intervals except the octaves, creating in-boxed thinking, stuffed/suppressed emotions, slavery, anti-social conditions in humanity, and the excitement that causes disease. This only applies to the 440 hz equal-tone temperament, also known as the Nazi tuning. The Nazi tuning is tuning the “A above the Middle C” by 440 hz. The Rockefeller-Nazi consortium promoted the 440 hz in the 1940s, after the British Standard Institute adopted the 440 hz. The American Federation of Musicians already used 440 hz in 1917, with the government following suit in the 1920. By the 1950s, the 440 hz is adopted as the global standard pitch.
Listening to music that contains 440 hz conflicts with human energy centers from the heart to the base, simultaneously stimulating the upper energy centers (from the heart to the crown). This is the “too-easy” feeling of lifting your spirits. This frequency can also cause music to play repeatedly in your head, a lot to your annoyance. Do not ditch your music; you can change the pitch of your songs by tuning back to 432 hz.
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432 Hz tuning reconnects the heart and the brain, allowing innate wisdom and compassion to blossom inside you. 432 Hz is more heart-oriented. 432 hz allows you to control your emotions and makes you less aggressive than the 440 hz counterpart. The 432 Hz tuning can enhance energies and psychic powers. Using 432 hz can allow you to deduce correctly what the musical notes are from the Universal Tones.
For example, 285 hz is not C#, as this is defined at the 440 hz tuning. By playing this tone, you can hear a D tone that is sounds almost the natural D at approximately 288 hz, differentiating about 3 hz! Another example is 852 hz; 852 hz is not G#, but an A. The other two tones are mislabeled on the 440 hz are 639 (E, not D#) and 714 (F#, not F). However, there are a few tones that you have to be very careful.
111 hz, 222 hz, 333 hz, 396 hz, 444 hz, 471 hz, 528 hz, 666 hz, 888 hz, and 999 hz are hybrid tones. A hybrid tone is when a frequency meets at or very close (typically within 1 hz) to the borderline of two neighboring notes. For example 444 hz is half-A and half-A# of the whole note.
So, 432 hz is the middle A. What are the other 11 middle notes? You can use the chart above, or you can read along the list by the following (all rounded to three decimal places): A# = 457.688, B = 484.904, C = 513.737, C# = 544.286, D = 576.651, D# = 610.940, E = 647.269, F = 685.757, F#= 726.535, G = 769.736, and G# = 815.507. The formula used to find the tones is f(x) = N*2^(x/12), where x is the number either positive or negative and N is the starting frequency. I want to look at the middle C, middle C#, and middle F#.
The middle C is about 513 hz (around 256.8 hz), or you want to place the middle C at 512 hz (or 256 hz middle C). Divide 512 by 2, and you have 256. By using 256 as a reference of middle C, the occurrence of that number is in the powers of 2. Interestingly, the Schumann Resonance is around 7.83 hz to 8 hz, putting the number very close to 2³. This is one of the reasons that 8 is also more important. The middle C# is around 544.286 hz (not 554 hz in the 440 frequency scale). 544 hz is the DNA frequency organizer. The middle F# is 726.535. 544.286 hz is aligned very close to the center between 726.535 hz and 363.268 hz, both F#. Also interestingly enough, approximately 399 THz (Terrahertz) is the frequency color of red, and also serves as the borderline of infrared and the color red. 798 THz is the frequency color of violet (not purple), and serves as the borderline of violet color and ultraviolet. By adding these numbers and dividing them by 2 is approximately 598 THz (if you divide this number by the octaves, the numbers get lower and lower until you see 544.8 Hz close to the middle C#).
For those who want to use A=444 hz and C=528 hz, both 444 hz and 528 hz are hybrid notes. By listening to the Universal Tones and the A = 444 Hz music, you may have a hard time deducing the correct notes using this tone. I do not however disagree with the 528 hz, being a healing Solfeggio tone. 444 hz and 440 hz also share same musical notes, but the 432 hz does not. I prefer to listen to A = 432 hz music and at the same time listen all the universal tones.
How do I change my music to A = 432 Hz? If you have downloaded Audacity, FFMPEG program (for .m4a music by Apple only), and LAME for mp3 export, all you have to do is select all of the music (Control + A, or Apple + A) and go to Effects menu. Later, you shall see “change pitch…”. Clicking that effect shall take you to changing pitch without changing tempo. You shall see two empty boxes semi-lower, midway on the left (From) and right (To), below from the Frequency selection. Type from “440.000” to “432.000”. You shall see the percent change is -1.818 and the semitones (also known as half-steps, and is located between the Pitch and Frequency selection) is -0.32. Click okay and the frequency is changed from A = 440 hz to A = 432 hz. Save and overwrite that file, if you do not want to play the 440 hz again.