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Grandmama Zen: change your DNA with music? Sounds voodoo and yet...

Updated on November 24, 2013

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Grandmama Zen is a series dedicated to raising the vibration of a lonely grandmother and others in the doldrums. Sometimes what I discover stuns me. Today's hub encapsulates one such surprise.

My task was to "Change your DNA by listening to 587 Hz music on the Internet." Dutifully, I went in pursuit of the why and wherefore of such music. I had been touching on this sort of exploration for days.

One youtube video I discovered in my music hub earlier in the week, defined the 528 Hz frequency as a Heart Mind frequency and 741 Hz as the Ego Mind frequency, implying that all things 741 were negative.

Turns out, these frequencies are an ancient 6-tone scale sequence and 3 additional tones (174, 285, 936) of electro-magnetic frequencies called the Original Solfeggio Scale.

Solfreggio Frequencies

The Solfeggio Frequencies include:

  • UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
  • RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
  • MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair)
  • FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships
  • SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition
  • LA – 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order


  • 174 – reduce pain
  • 285 – influence energy fields
  • 963 – awaken perfect state

Does this mean we can heal ourselves through music?

I stumbled upon an entire reality I had no idea existed; a world where musical vibrations provide deep, deep spiritual resonance akin to The One. A man called Dr. Horowitz told Rob Simone on the following:

“The way that the entire universe is constructed is through a musical, mathematical matrix composed of nine core creative frequencies.” The 528 Hz frequency is a central frequency within the sun’s output. This frequency can be found in oxygen due to photosynthesis. “All of the botanical world is actually celebrating the 528 Hz frequency,” he said. This vibration level is at the heart of sacred geometry, laughter, sighing and yawning. It contains healing powers and resonates in the human heart as joy.

Who is this guy? His website reports,

"Dr. Len Horowitz, a Harvard University trained expert in health education and media persuasion, has additional expertise in genetics and electrogenetics, virology, and vaccine research and development... Dr. Horowitz is a Levitical priest by virtue of his bloodline, spiritual direction, and ecclesiastical commitments. He is the body corporate and Overseer of The Royal Bloodline of David, an omni-denominational healing ministry."

Could it be that Abwoon/Allah/God is actually an energetic vibration that shows Itself via music? If so, are we denying our children enlightenment, when we cut funding for Music Education?

Musician in Buenos Aires
Musician in Buenos Aires | Source

What Mary Heard

Neil Douglas Klotz has translated Gabriel's message to Mary,mother of Jesus in a most unbelievable way:

"And a messenger or Alaha came to her and said
"Peace to you--
the peace of new beginnings,
the fullness of force before creation.
To you-- who are fully read and
ripe, in tune with Alaha's melody.
To you-- who are prepared to follow
this sacred song to its last note--
here's the power of sacred Unity!
The One who shines and brightens the cosmos
is already with and within you.
To you, who are ready to kneel to
blessing wherever, whenever you feel it:
The fruit of your purpose in life
is growing within you right now."

Could Alaha's melody be tuned to the Solfeggio Scale?

Would you be willing to listen to music at 528 Hz as you pray for the waters of the oceans to be healed?

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And I wonder something else

Could it be that when Jesus changed water into wine, speaking words over the water, he knew what Masaru Emoto also discovered? Vibrations transform its crystal structure?

If we all prayed words of love to the waters tainted by Japan's nuclear leaks, might we help save the oceans?


Most compositions I found tend to be meditations

I suppose when a listener tunes into a song, she prefers to hear a melody accompaniment, not simply a series of notes intended to attune her chakras to higher levels. I keep searching for music that has been written to this scale, but I have yet to find any so connected.

I am thinking Hovhaness's piece below titled, "And God created whales" is tuned to that frequency, considering his piece has to harmonize with the actual whale sounds he recorded.

Perhaps someone reading this will have an idea and put it into the comments? Thanks in advance, if you hold this knowledge.

Hovhaness included whale songs in this 1970 composition

Normal folk are composing inside the Solfeggio Scale

I would imagine such information would inspire many who compose, to try their hand at increasingly complex pieces of music. I think my musician brother-in-law Mark would be intrigued. Below is Marty Drew, who has started the process.

The Great Experiment isn't over, is it?

Here we are, living inside a vast mystery, beyond what the greatest of writers could conceive. And we have yet to tap our deepest abilities. Dan Brown, George Lukas, and Dustin Thomason's novels strive to take us there.

When I consider all that is available, all that I do not know, I am overwhelmed with excitement for a future where my grandchildren will not live in fear, but within the harmonies of the Solfeggio Scale!

© 2013 Barbara


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    • Storytellersrus profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from Stepping past clutter

      Dolores, good to know! I will edit it this weekend, so it's more lay-user friendly. I guess I do throw around lots of jargon.

    • Dolores Monet profile image

      Dolores Monet 

      4 years ago from East Coast, United States

      Although this is all kind of confusing, it makes sense. How many of us enhance our moods with music? How often have our moods been influenced by sound? I am going to check this out - sounds interesting.

    • Storytellersrus profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from Stepping past clutter

      Blake, I certainly will. I am headed to your site to check out any music hubs- or other. I have always appreciated your warmth and humor.

      Frank, thanks once again. I am about done with my list. And, with the holiday approaching, I really have to clean my house and buy my turkey, as we host Thanksgiving. So apologies if I don't accomplish one a day this week. It takes me all day to write one- truly a full time job... I need to think through my next subject matter; it helps to write to a list. I have learned a lot. Meanwhile, have a wonder full Thanksgiving!

    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 

      4 years ago from Shelton

      Story its just an amazing little series.. although the audio didnt play for me I will certain try listening to it when I get off mny lap-top..and try my home comp... keep these up..lonely grandmother or not I am entertained!!!!!!!

    • Blake Flannery profile image

      Blake Flannery 

      4 years ago from United States

      It was nice to visit your hub and find something to make me think, which is what I expect from you. Let me know if you publish any more on these interesting musical subjects!

    • Storytellersrus profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from Stepping past clutter

      Blake, first, it is wonderful to hear from you again!

      Your comments raise points I have only touched on in my research. You have raised my interest in these concepts and I will reread your words before I google the day away, lol. Thank you very much.

    • Blake Flannery profile image

      Blake Flannery 

      4 years ago from United States

      It's very interesting how closely related the physical world is to the auditory world. I believe in the power of sound in many ways. God spoke the world into existence. Music is the best sleeping pill I can take. Playing guitar is my choice form of therapy.

      As a songwriter, I wanted to do a little research on what makes music sound good. It turns out that the same ratio of good sounding harmonies, Phi, is found in the most beautiful formations in nature.

      I did a test and found that if you play a major triad chord, this Phi ratio of sound frequencies is present. Look up the Fibonacci sequence to understand what Phi is.

      Here's an interesting video about the Fibonacci sequence found in music:

      Have you heard of binaural beats? The idea is that one frequency is played in the right ear and another frequency is played in the left ear. Then the frequencies supposedly cross in the brain equaling the difference of the two tones consequently changing the brain waves of the person listening. Interesting stuff really.

      Potential energy is stored in matter, so why can't matter be stored in potential energy (vibration)?


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