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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 11:02 pm 
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ohhhh ho ho ho man thanks 703 that little diddy sent me looking for something that i think raph is going to like... (although probably already knows)

chamber in the pyramids tuned to F#...

F# (number 3) is around 369hz

what's that ol' quote from our good friend Nikola?

also in CENTIMETRES, the WAVELENGTH of C (number 2) is 527cm...

a little too close of comfort?

F#(3) seems to stand out here as an important note.

for those wondering about (numbers) middle C is number 4, it's referring to the octave it is in, in music.

i have to wonder if some of these numbers are a little bit off though, G#(1) is 665cm's in wavelength, and G(1) is 704cm's. how divine would they seem if they were just one away?


You mean 666 and 703?

Anyways is it possible to get frequencies 137 and 528 out of F? I need to know this.


the very same, yes... that is what i meant indeed. maybe this can help your 137 and 528 quest

(first number is freq in Hz, second is wavelength in cm's)

F0 21.83 1580.

F1 43.65 790.

F2 87.31 395.

F3 174.61 198.

F4 349.23 98.8

F5 698.46 49.4

F6 1396.91 24.7

F7 2793.83 12.3

and as for F# here ya go, same format

F#0/Gb0 23.12 1490.

F#1/Gb1 46.25 746.

F#2/Gb2 92.50 373.

F#3/Gb3 185.00 186.

F#4/Gb4 369.99 93.2

F#5/Gb5 739.99 46.6

F#6/Gb6 1479.98 23.3

F#7/Gb7 2959.96 11.7

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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
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I need to convert them. If you can help what would the wavelength be for f 137 hz and f 528 hz?


I'm trying to figure out the math on it. My algebra is quite rusty.

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And divine songs =137 ;)

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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
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703 wrote:
I need to convert them. If you can help what would the wavelength be for f 137 hz and f 528 hz?


I'm trying to figure out the math on it. My algebra is quite rusty.


yeah those wavelengths are nowhere near F

137Hz isn't an exact note, it's between C(3) and C#(3)

528Hz isn't an exact note either, between C(5) and C#(5)

they are both closer to the C than the C#

am i right in guessing you aren't too into music theory? not a dig at you it's just that one cannot say "f 137 hz" because the F note only comes out at the frequencies i listed. if i had a sound generator and i plugged in 137Hz it wouldn't be an F note that came out, it would be just a smidge higher than a C note.

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I wasn't into music theory but I knew it would play a part eventually on my path. Looks like the time is now. I'll learn what I can and what is necassary.

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703 wrote:
I wasn't into music theory but I knew it would play a part eventually on my path. Looks like the time is now. I'll learn what I can and what is necassary.


if you have any specific questions about music, i should be able to help you out... of course the internet is a wonderful source of info... just saying :) i'd love to help any way i can. i've got an a-level in music which equates to grade-8 theory apparently.

when i linked to that piece talking about the chambers being tuned to F# i think i recall it actually saying some other chambers combined formed a chord structure... now C# is in an F# chord... pondering, pondering...

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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
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Alright well I have to make a phone call. Then I'll get back to you. Might have to PM you to hide my ignorance...lol

Na' I do a good enough job displaying that already so I might as well continue!

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But before I go...

The Sacred Note=137
Divine Songs=137

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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
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the low note=137

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 Post subject: Re: What is KA in swasti-KA? (swasti = good luck but ka = ?)
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dude the 137 stuff goes in the english gematria thread :p

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STFU this is about the swastika! Afterall the swastika is ALL. ALL includes 137.

Wait, this thread is about KA KA.

*leaves thread w/ tail between his legs*

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 Post subject: wavelength = velocity/frequency
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http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-wavelength.htm

notice that the velocity input can be adjusted

it's not all cut'n'dry - the relationship between wavelength & frequency. 'varies greatly with the environment through which it's passing.


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buddhaworking wrote:
http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-wavelength.htm

notice that the velocity input can be adjusted

it's not all cut'n'dry - the relationship between wavelength & frequency. 'varies greatly with the environment through which it's passing.


thanks for the great link! i'll be on here for days!

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buddha thanks... A LOT!


I have something NEW now. This is AMAZING!

I'm definatly going to need some help with this though. Big time.


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buddhaworking wrote:

'varies greatly with the environment through which it's passing.


environment
= medium that sound and light waves travel through?

One of the biggest ruses perpetuated on humanity is the 'Space is a vacuum'?

We do know that space is filled with bodies that radiate.
Thus it is elementary dr. watson...space is NOT or cannot possibly be a vacuum.

But Einsteins theory is built on this premise.
Einstein was also NOT aware that the universe is ASYMMETRICALLY bound.
He died about 2 years before this discovery that turned the Standard Model of Physics upside down late in 1956.

Reality as we know it is a ruse.
And the more wankers that believe in Jesus and Aliens....the better the illusion for the mythmakers.
:roll:

But I could be wrong about the god who walked on water and the mortal man who supposedly walked on the moon.
Maybe Jesus will return in a flying saucer?

The evolution of a myth starting in caves?
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Please note the top left swastika has been altered.
Why?
:wink:

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http://www.northvegr.org/lore/swastika/057.php

So the myth obviously gets cultural updates?
Man made it to the MOON in a chariot called Apollo?
With four swastikas on the wheels of fortunes?

Nothing new under the SUN and the MOON.
Only new ways are devised to dupe the herd of sheeple and seegullibles into believing they are evolving.
:lol:

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Sound waves and electromagnetic waves are different. Sound waves
need a medium to travel through, while the electromagnetic waves do
not. The properties of a sound wave depend on the properties of the
medium it travels through.


But COBE suggests we can obtain measurements for heat, light, and SOUND.
SOUNDs emanating from black holes suggest...
Scientist wankers want it both ways.
A vacuum for the mathematicians and an empty vessel that they can fill with their silly DARK theories.

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