2013.11.27 Science of Life (c) SIG, the Foundation for advancement of  Integral Health Care

Music history; from 20.000 - 2000 years ago


primitive people are not primitive at all.

they used feelings were we use mind.

they used imagination where we use models

Music and singing played a role in incantation; connecting with the enchantment of nature


They used what people now look for: vibrational healing.

For 'us' it came from quantum theory.

For them, it came from direct experience.

The use of voice is important in that; just as we  know now from martial arts.

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Maori tribes use the Ha'Ka; Aikido uses Ki-AI.

We must understand tat the primitive understanding was very sophisticated and wise.

And more encompassing, by including experience, than our current models.

Also, in the past musical tones and scales were were much more encompassing.


In India, there is a direct link between music and (the study of) consciousness.

Indian writings are all about how we can understand and experience shifts in consciousness.

The indian music is part of that understanding; and their music is instrumental in that.

It is necessary to understand thus, in looking at all ancient music, and musical scales.

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We nowadays have 12 tones, and 12 corresponding tone scales; as defined by Pythagorus.

It was created to be able to combine the use of different instruments.

Later Bach did the same adaptation for pythagorean tuning.

Tones and scales are always related to fundamentals and overtones.


Depending on your hearing acuity, you can hear up to 64 overtones.

I hear the highest pitches in the pores of the skin; you can feel that.

It electrifies the skin and the body, activating the sympathetic system.

The low tones open the parasympathetic system; the deep gut feeling.


It is about a mixture, 'lubrication', between tones with air.

We thus hear a lot more and experience a lot more than music notation describes.

Music notation was intentionally simplified to find a common denominator of different musical instruments; with voice.

Over the last 2000 years, musical instruments then became simplified, accordingly.

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Pythagoras used 32 scales; different instruments playing parts of those scales.

Pythagoras reduced the scope of what instruments could play in those scales.

This led to the emergence of a reduction of polytheism to monotheism.

The notes-scales are gods; if you find one common note, all can play together.


Pythagoras simplified this to the monochord, by which he could establish the distance between planets.

We see now how planets, gods, notes and mathematics are all interconnected.

It it practical to see how music frequencies, gods and relationships are interrelated.

Every planet is equivalent to a god; which is equivalent to a body organ (which together form a lemniscate; 'octave').


The Greeks and Romans prayed to these gods, which in the body we can recognise as the organs.

We now see that the organs and gods and planets are related to notes.

And that we can also regard consciousness and health in this way.

It is all about reducing cacophony and enhancing connectedness/harmony.



O#o van Nieuwenhuijze

2013.11.27 10:17


By reducing the 32 tones to 16 people can sing together more easily.

there are 5 flats and 5 sharps;

If you sing by yourself you will again expand to 32 tones.

By being surrounded by limited music, you become limited yourself...


We are presently surrounded by many such limitations.

This strangulates the singers; reducing what they can sing.

Most people even stopped singing altogether; and 'listen to music'.

Accordingly, they dim their internal state of health, and wellbeing.


Everybody can sing, and produce overtones.

These tones resonate in the body, and the organs.

This reconnects the (overtone) singing with the feeling of the body.

That also reconnects to the 32 and 64 tone scale/scope in our body.


We now know it as the 12, 16, 32, 64 tones in the octave.

When using accompanying instruments, this reduces to 16.

This  limits our feeling, but enhances our ability to link up with each other.

All that as a result of the exploration of Alchemy and music in Pythagorean times.


From the feeling of connectedness people cursed and blessed each other.

They were aware that we not only mimic what we see of each other.

We also 'empathically' feel what we hear, and we can heal that with/for each other.

In that way we can convert curses to blessings; ill feeling to feeling well.



To be music connected or to be musical disconnected?



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O#o van Nieuwenhuijze

2013.11.27 10:37


from Egypt to Greece to Rome to Andaluz to Europe.

The pythagorean notion was carried on by the Greeks, Romans and Moors.

The Egyptians used music for magic/power; the greeks used it for Dionysian bacchanalia, the Romans for Mars music.

The Greeks therein focused on feelings and religion; the Romans switched to emotions and politics.


It was the tradition from love to rape: and from eroticism to perversion.

We still see that today; in the natural virility and dependency on viagra.

We see how music, health, social development and consciousness are connected.

But also how an integral awareness of organ functioning (the Olympus) was reduced to monotheism (without involvement).


In the Greek and Roman tradition we see that there was an urge to conquest.

Therein they left their own territory, and - as it is called- their song lines.

The Greeks and Romans stated that it was not a conquest of other people but of their gods.

We can now connect that to the music they used, and how they expressed that.


Chinese emperors were the 'key note' (by their voice) for tuning all instruments in the country.

In the same way the Roman emperors and the popes determined the precise musical note.

The popes tried to eliminate the tribal music, also by the use of the inquisition.

But let's go back a bit first: and look at what we learned from the Moors.

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We can see the decay of the Roman Culture, by the decay of the music.

Caroll Quigley describes how expanding cultures collapse on themselves.

This expanding/implosive scale is also known in music; some scales are conducive to death of people.

In Rome, there was a change in music by the influx of Egyptian/Jewish musical tradition.


overruling monotheism Egypt achnathon   joseph farrel giza weapons   wallece budges amfores for electricity bagdad battery trace from alkaline acid

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dendara fundaments bagdad fertility   free sexuality for agricultural relations asiryans                                        joseph atwell story new testament? tiberus flavius won,t to be a god and falsefied history by this story

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jewish traders called cristi carthago story john de meo culture collapse and start up. morish Culture dogon sciense double star sirius sinterklaas en zwarte piet dogon language  2 parts of storys acc beatrice flavius. General and specific knowledge    = releted to soefi content  got to the south of spain and the morish had the knowledge for sailing to america. Alahambra

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O#o van Nieuwenhuijze

2013.11.27 12:00


The European cultural development is not quite as it is represented in the history books.

According to the books, the Roman culture collapsed, presumably of lead poisoning.

In fact, the State was transposed into a Church, and tolerance replaced by dominations.

Almost at one, life span halved and living standards and culture disappeared: the dark ages.


The dark ages are the era of totalitarian domination: the Roman Legions now as the Roman Church.

Church politics became state doctrine, and people were told what to think and do; as if slaves.

In short, after the Roman conquest of the land this was continued as the conquest of will.

The church basically determined what people should think and do; for the church, which became rich.


It was the model of the Roman patrician, farm owner, applied to the land, then to all of Europe.

Except the Village of Asterisk, which in fact was the south of Spain.

There, the Moors - with a deep tradition from deep Africa, entered and took over the land.

And, in the period of the Dark Ages, had a very flourishing advanced tolerant culture.


There, Jews, Christians and Muslims lived together, working together and trading together.

It became a region of high prosperity and high cultural development; envied in Europe.

That later became ts downfall: the envious European kings wanted to have that wealth for their own.

At that time the Moorish conquest had become the Moorish culture; there was no standing army...


As a result, the Kings from the North attacked; the Moors called in help from the berbers.

The Berbers were baffled: they saw muslims drinking wine and respecting their women.

They decided to not just 'help' the in battle but also 'help' them back in the Islamic tradition.

They took over the Moorish culture of Andaluz, and were likewise later taken over by the Roman troops.


Andaluz, the Moorish culture and civilisation was destroyed.

The Spanish kings created the inquisition to eliminate all trace of it.

Then, the Inquisition was turned around to terrorise the rest of Europe likewise.

It was a systematic political terrorism, for eliminating political opposition.


The inquisition destroyed the Moorish culture, but stole all of its riches and relics.

The inquisition destroyed 5 million of the Wise Women of Europe.

That destroyed the matriarchal tradition, the matriarchal values and the matriarchal culture.

Thus, therewith, also the druidic tradition, of the integration with nature.


It was a replay of the perversion from the Greek Dionysian tradition to the Roman Martial tradition.

It was the replay of the suppression of the Matriarchal tradition by imposing the patriarchal tradition.

It was the transition from religion to politics, but also from symbiosis to dictatorship and from trading to plunder.

Few people are aware that the Vatican was set up by a group of Roman banking families.


Their lust for power led to the quest for conquest and totalitarian domination.

The Roman Church was the logical sequence for the Roman Legions.

After the conquest of the land, followed to conquest of the mind.

But at that same time the Moorish culture in Andalusia flourished.


After its destruction, it was discovered that they had arabic translations of the Greek books.

The Sephardic Jews translated the books back into Greek and Roman.

The jews were later 'given shelter' right next to the pope, in Rome.

And the books, after translation, became the basis of the first university, in Bologna.


In that way the culture of Pythagoras had treveled via Greece and the Moors back to Rome.

The understanding of Pythagoras was used in architecture and the arabesques ('sound shapes').

The musical tradition, preserved by female poet/singers, became the art of the Troubadour.

But the important role of the Moors in preserving this culture was destroyed, then ignored.


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