Detecting Geopathic Stress Lines.

Check Out Our Full Video Series on Detecting and Fixing Geopathic Stress HERE

The following is a video showing how to detect geopathic stress lines in a space. Here a solid number 12 copper wire has been used. Two pieces each 18" long were bent to form an L (12"x6") to make the dowsing rods.  (Note: this is a crude video taken with a cell phone during a session.)

A Picture Is Worth A 1000 Words 

"What is the intersection between technology. art, and science? Curiosity and wonder. Because it drives us to explore. We are surrounded by things we can't see. And I love to use film to take us on a journey through portals of time and space. To make the invisible visible. Because what that does is it expands our horizons. It transforms our perception. It opens our mind and it touches our heart"

Louie Shwartzberg, Award winning Photographer, Cinematographer


Magic Of Sound And Science. Cymatics.
Everything is sound. Cymatics studies visible sound - patterns that emerge in solid objects as a result of sound they are exposed to. 

Cymatics reveals a strange & beautiful symmetry at work in nature. Dr Hans Jenny first created images using water and sound. Follow along and enjoy this phenomenal music video by Nigel Stanford. 

"Stanford put together a series of science experiments that demonstrate how sound can move matter around and combined them into a pretty solid music track and a very awesome video"

Dieter Bohn
The Verge

NASA Space Sounds 

The Sun, the Moon, and the planets all emit their own unique hum (orbital resonance) based on their orbital revolution. Spheres (Planetary bodies) revolve around a central fire (The Sun), each creating a sound. The closer spheres make lower tones, while the farther ones move faster emitting higher pitched sounds. All combine into a beautiful harmony, the harmony or the music of the spheres.  

Pythagoras spoke about it in his music of the spheres. Ancients texts have described the detail on how these sounds affect us and our living spaces. We now have sophisticated instruments that allow us to measure these sounds. Take a listen to  what the planets sound like below.

The following is a recording by NASA Voyager, INJUN 1, ISEE 1, and HAWKEYE space probes 

Where Modern Science Meets Ancient Wisdom 

Max Tegmark—one of the world's leading theoretical physicists and American Swedish cosmologist at MIT discusses the nature of empty space. He speaks about the Higgs Boson particle.

Ancient texts also talk about the nature of empty space. Dr. Sthapathi Ganapati has described the particle of space as microbode. Read our post here

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