Cymatics - The Solfeggio Frequencies on the CymaScope



We have completed the imaging of your tuning forks. This is an historic moment since the geometry of these frequencies has never before been seen.

Most of the Solfeggio Antinodes are divisible by 3, 6 and or 9! Antinodes are the points that undergo the maximum displacement during each vibrational cycle of the standing wave. In a sense, these points are the opposite of nodes, and so they are called antinodes. A standing wave pattern always consists of an alternating pattern of nodes and antinodes.

In terms of the mathematical relationship between the numbers of antinodes and the golden ratio, one formula for phi = 0.5 x [secant 72 degrees]. So any whole number devisor of 72 carries a strong mathematical  relationship between phi and certain frequencies. 12 would work and so would 9, 8, 6. 3 and 2.

Distortions in the interior detail is caused by background noise in the recording of the tuning fork. In the case of the 852 - clear harmonics produced those beautiful patterns. The 417 Hz and 639 Hz produced better CymaGlyphs on the oscillator than with the tuning fork recordings.

This is fascinating work and you are to be congratulated and applauded  for commissioning this research.

John Stuart Reid -

 The MI 528 Hz Tuning Fork Frequency on the CymaScope. Exclusive to SomaEnergetics.


UT - 396 Hz - Antinodes: 24

RE - 417 Hz - Antinodes: 28

MI - 528 Hz - Antinodes: 32

FA - 639 Hz - Antinodes: 38

SOL - 741 Hz - Antinodes: 42

LA - 852 Hz - Antinodes: 48

 The study of Cymatics is covered in the SomaEnergetics Phase 1 Course. These 2 gentlemen are credited with the birth of Cymatics:


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