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Today's blog explores the effects of sound on the human body, the curious reference to a dream state in a nursery rhyme, and the much argued subject of whether the moon is an artificial construct. Most interesting for scientists is Han's comment that our moon was, in fact, two moons that merged together, creating a slight offset. Han also states that humans will learn that this is often the cause of a celestial body facing one way.
Therapist: What can you tell us about the discoveries in sound as it affects our bodies and brains at the molecular level?
Zetas: There are certain resonances that affect the physiology. They can be both harmful and beneficial. Sound has properties that can be directed and focused with great precision as well. This includes within a body or even to a person in a crowd. Often they hear voices, and they feel their mental health is in doubt. We often use this. It has been used by other species to leave a hint of other future contact, like slipping a note into someone’s pocket as they walk by. We can often be a pickpocket that leaves something instead of taking something. It is done discretely and appropriately, whatever the intent. I digress. Sound is part of a greater energy resonance. Sound has energy and can be used for many things.
Therapist: Are there certain megahertz that are healthier for the human body?
Zetas: Yes. They can be less harmful. If the frequency harmonics are controlled, in such a manner, it can create a pleasant harmonic that is sympathetic to the vibration of the individual experiencing it.
Therapist: The individual molecules themselves, of course, have their own intelligence. When they sense a frequency that resonates with them, what is their reaction to that?
Zetas: Molecules? The actual physical process?
Zetas: There is a vibration. For every action, there is a reaction.
Therapist: Is this a sympathetic vibration getting in synch?
Han, the Zetan: It is in synch. If out of synch, it can do damage. If the harmonics can be brought into synch they can have a beneficial and soothing effect. If amplified, the already preexisting soothing harmonic actually increases that process in a way that it is enhancing the existing biological process. The two interact. I think you understand the relationship. I did not feel the need to state it further.
Therapist: I do understand. When I needed healing, I joined a choir to sing because I knew that singing would change the vibration in my body, and it did.
Han, the Zetan: It is a two-step process. It is the harmonics of all the others in the group. At the same time, one does not require a group to change one’s harmonics because singing by oneself can also create the same harmonics. A shift changes the harmonics and focus of one that makes music special to a human condition. Sharing those same harmonics only increases the well-being of the group. They each share. An analogy would be that one can bathe alone, or one can swim in a swimming pool with others. Perhaps that is the best example. Each enjoys the experience and the sharing of this is also enjoyed as a group. It is a lovely concept, and I can feel the pleasant harmonics just from our exchanging thoughts. It gives me hope for my music, which is not adequate for the purpose. Thank you for the gift of what it can be. It is interesting.
Therapist: Now, just for the fun of it, I would like to share the words of a nursery song that has an interesting, not-so-obvious depth.
Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.
I give that to you because ‘life being a dream’ is one of the possibilities of our reality. It is humorous to me to hear it sung by children.
Han, the Zetan: It has been heard by me. Steve has sung this song also as a child, with others. I now see new meaning in these words. They are not childish words, but adult words as well. They apply to an experienced being, as well as a new being. To me, it is the pleasure of the journey through a reality that they experience and exist in, as they interpret it. It is the happiness of the trip and the effort it takes to travel wherever they wish to go. It is a good lesson for both young and old beings.
Therapist: I heard on the radio the other day that the moon might be an artificial construct. Scientists are finding evidence that it may an internal engine.
Han, the Zetan: Recently, two earth probes, to conduct surveys of the moon’s gravitational fields, have stabilized in orbit around this celestial body. They will learn that, very early in the your moon’s creation, it was actually two moons that merged together. The masses are a little off-set. This is not uncommon with similar moons in the Universe. When this occasionally occurs, this is an explanation of why one side of your moon always faces toward your planet. This is a clear indication of this, but one that you are only beginning to discover why this is so. This is not unusual in those circumstances. Once you understand this, in your further explorations of the Universe, when you encounter similar moons, you will understand that is why the orbital dynamics behave in such a way. The earth and the moon have a relationship. The moon’s tidal forces are large, due to the size relationship to your planet. It is a significant moon in size and mass, compared to others of similar proportions with their home planets. The moon and the earth were created about the same time from the same original materials. The engine you refer to, many of the gravity and orbital systems can act as an engine of some sort. Perhaps that can be considered. However, I feel your question is asking about a singular engine and one that is unique to the moon itself. This is true.
Therapist: Has it been artificially made?
Han, the Zetan: I will not give a qualitative answer only because I do not know an answer. I respectfully wish to discuss this with others and explore this possibility further before giving a qualitative answer. Your question deserves such an answer.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
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