Conciousness and Frequencies.
Frequency Chart II. NCH Audio Tone Generator. Untitled. The 81 Lo Shu Tones. One of the main contributors to the Lo Shu Tone research goes by the nick of j00lz at abrahadabra.com and he has compiled several graphic charts that demonstrate how the tones can be derived by counting out different 'beats' around the Enneagon: Each subset has a different set of 'polarity reversals' or patterns of smallest/largest leading frequency.
(The S and B marked on the diagrams indicate which of the pair is 'leading' the smallest or biggest.) The 1:8 Beat Frequency subset: Source Vibrations. Gamma wave. Gamma waves A gamma wave is a pattern of neural oscillation in humans with a frequency between 25 and 100 Hz, though 40 Hz is typical. According to a popular theory, gamma waves may be implicated in creating the unity of conscious perception (the binding problem). However, there is no agreement on the theory; as a researcher suggests: Whether or not gamma wave activity is related to subjective awareness is a very difficult question which cannot be answered with certainty at the present time. History
Gamma: Insight and Consciousness... Or just Microsaccades? : Developing Intelligence. The cognitive neurosciences have had high frequency oscillations on the brain: so called “gamma-waves”, as recorded on the scalp, have been linked to working memory processes (via their interaction with slower “theta waves”), to cognitive insight, and even to consciousness.
(I think there’s an unwritten rule that whenever someone mentions consciousness, they’ll be made to look foolish by a subsequent paper). In the midst of these “inflationary accounts” of the role of gamma oscillations, a debate has emerged: could these oscillations (at least, as recorded on the scalp) reflect simply the movements of the eyes, as now appears to largely be the case? Trance. Trance denotes any state of awareness or consciousness other than normal waking consciousness.
Trance states may occur involuntarily and unbidden. Etymology Trance in its modern meaning comes from an earlier meaning of "a dazed, half-conscious or insensible condition or state of fear", via the Old French transe "fear of evil", from the Latin transīre "to cross", "pass over". Frequency spectrum. Any signal that can be represented as an amplitude that varies with time has a corresponding frequency spectrum.
This includes familiar concepts such as visible light (color), musical notes, radio/TV channels, and even the regular rotation of the earth. When these physical phenomena are represented in the form of a frequency spectrum, certain physical descriptions of their internal processes become much simpler. Often, the frequency spectrum clearly shows harmonics, visible as distinct spikes or lines at particular frequencies, that provide insight into the mechanisms that generate the entire signal.
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