Cosmic Octave Earth Year Tone
This is a 20-minute pure sinewave tone of the Cosmic Octave Earth Year frequency consisting of two tones: 136.10 Hz and its octave 272.20 Hz. The frequency of the year, C# with 136.10 Hz is the 32nd octave of the earth year. The corresponding color is a turquoise, according to a wavelength of about 500 Nanometers. The base of this tone is the rotation of the earth around the sun. This astronomic actually causes the changing of the seasons spring, summer, fall and winter on the earth. This is the second cosmic rhythm of our planet. As the frequency of the day influences the body, the frequency of the year influences the soul.
In India this tone is the keynote of sitar and tambura music and is called "sadja" which also means "Father of the others". Also the sacred syllable "OM" is tuned to this tone like mostly all the temple music. Many bells and other instruments are tuned to this tone. Who wonders why Hindus talk so much about the soul and transmigration of the soul when knowing that their music is tuned to the frequency of the soul.
The ancient Indians arrived at this tone through meditation, it was given to them intuitively and contemplatively by "opening up to the cosmos". But we have to calculate it with mathematics and physics. The really exact conformly of many of the examined bells and comparisons with instruments evidently show that divergencies very often appear to be far less than 1 Hz. This proves again that we are a microcosmos in resonance to the macrocosmos. This old statement of the hermetic sciences can now be proven in a very precise scientific way.
The secret of the profound effects of Indian meditation music depends simply on the fact that it is exactly tuned to the course of events, to the "Tao". That's the rotation of the earth around the sun. Not only the in-struments but also the musicians and the audience are being attuned during the "alapa" (the tuning before the concert) to the everlasting tone, the sadjy. All the participants are in harmony with the cosmos which finds its echo in the human beings, who take part in this meditative music.
According to Indian tradition, the sadjy, or "sa" for short, is the everlasting, never ceasing tone and as mentioned before is expressed through the syllable "OM".
The "OM" expresses "so be it", manifested through the everlasting tone. One can check it out for oneself by listening to original Indian meditation music, or even better meditate with this tone, humming or singing and letting yourself be impressed by it and so feel the power that lies within it.
Only one who has meditated to this tone may have an idea, how deep the relaxing effect of this vibration is and how it calms the soul when one attunes oneself regularly to it.