Both the links were quite informative .
Metallurgical analysis : The original analysis we know of .. is an eight metal alloy of copper and tin with traces of iron, lead, zinc,I was told that it takes great skill to formulate the alloys to make the bowls, especially bearing in mind that Tibet has never been
an industrialized country.
If you have a frequency of 8 then you also have 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1,024, 2,048, 4,096, 8,192, 16,384..........granadina wrote: Question : The Therapeutic aspect of 8Hz , then , has little to do with Music .. ?
What I'm curious to know Anthony , can the inaudible sounds be called Music ?Anthony Campanella wrote:If you have a frequency of 8 then you also have 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1,024, 2,048, 4,096, 8,192, 16,384..........granadina wrote: Question : The Therapeutic aspect of 8Hz , then , has little to do with Music .. ?
Not to mention the fifths and thirds
Thanks for pointing it out .Marko Räsänen wrote: Since an earlier intervention, some posts have been removed by their posters or by mods. From now on, anyone interested about the the definition of faith can find another forum more suitable for that kind of discussion. Religion and faith are so closely related that should the discussion continue here, it would be difficult to say when the line had been crossed, and moderators would be accused of being partial no matter where they drew the line.
Glad someone found the words I had trouble finding.Pat Dodson wrote:I think this thread's title, which I know to be a quote to stimulate discussion, goes too far (be still my scepticism of shamanism and contempt for quackery) but I am in no doubt that music has a wonderfully assistive role to play in medicine.