This book by Michael S Tyrrell was recommended by a friend. The book has a subtitle: Unveiling the Phenomena of Wholetones.
I enjoyed the second part of the book much more than the first.
Healing of Sound Quotes
My favorite 10 quotes from this book are:
What I Really Think
This book was very interesting to me.
Honestly, I was not very impressed at first. It did not grab my attention, if that makes sense. It seems like too much emphasis was placed on trying to build a defensible case for the intended content of the message (which also happens to be one of the messages of metaphysics).
It was if what the author really wanted to share and say wouldn't be received without some long defense case with explanations of why the message should be accepted. It was apologetic with the apologetic, huh?
It wasn't until about half way through the book, that the author opens up and gets into his real passion, which happens to be the healing power of frequencies and the error of most western tuning.
Quite honestly it had a bit of a conspiracy theory feel to it....(which, I am not opposed too...I always like a good mental amusement). After all, the devil himself wears a mask to hide his true colors.
The Colors of Sound
My favorite chapter was the one explaining the suspected result a particular frequency might have on the physical body.
Here is an example: Michael uses the identifying label of Transformation for the frequency of 528 Hz. With documented resources, Michael shares that this frequency has been proven to restore broken DNA.
He even assigns a corresponding color for this frequency: bright green.
The book gives a more in depth explanation to these theories and discoveries of the impact several different frequencies may have on our bodies while relating them to specifics point of the electromagnetic spectrum.
This book also discusses the controversy of proper tuning. Should be really be tuning all our instruments to A 440 Hz? Michael says 'no'. The world, or at least most of the pop and commercial world seems to say 'yes'.
This book is deep and seems to cover two or three scientific properties associate with sound.