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Frequency Basics

Discussion in 'Class and Mentorship Descriptions' started by Del, Jun 27, 2019.

  1. Del

    Del Administrator Staff Member

    Frequency Basics
    Learn how the frequency of sound, color, energy, intention, and more.... has an effect on everything you do and see!


    • INSTRUCTOR: Del Hungerford, D.M.A.
    • FEE: One-time fee of $199. Click ENROLL HERE to sign up. If you need a payment plan, contact PayPal to make those arrangements. (Special of $90 extended for a little longer so I can finish adding content to the course.)
    • WHEN: Self-paced. Go through the course as you have time!
    • ACCESS: Permanent and instant access upon payment! CLICK HERE to access the course upon registration.
    Frequency Basics is a self-paced 30-module course for the purpose of assisting you on your own journey into wholeness through the wonderful world of frequencies. Learn how these creative tools and methods were placed in nature for us to use in a protocol of healing – spirit, soul, and body. Each lesson includes a video teaching, links, basic information, and articles. At the end of every lesson, there’s an experiment, further research, or “pondering” meant to be thought provoking and to engage your senses. After all, how can you really learn something unless you have a practice opportunity?

    Common Questions: :skype-wondering:  :skype-surprised: 
    • When does the class start? It starts the moment you register.
    • When are the materials due? This is a self-paced course. Do the work when you have time.
    • Are there assignments? There are experiments, further research and what I call "ponderings" for you to do on your own as a "practice" opportunity to help cement what you're learning.
    • Where do I find the course materials? CLICK HERE for the class. You'll need to pay first or it will still show as "private." Once you pay, you'll see it.
    • How long do I have to complete the course? Forever since you have permanent access.
    • Will I ever have to pay more? No. Materials are continually added. That only changes the price for NEW registrants. Pay once and you get to see all the upcoming changes!
    • Do you offer help if needed? This is what the LIVE Q&A sessions are for. That fee is $10 per month for the monthly calls and bonus materials. It's done via Zoom conference calling. You may also sign up for private mentoring at $75 for a one-hour session.
    • How do I download the class files? Everything for the class is on the forum. There is no downloading of the files - only saving the video links. You may copy/paste the written materials into a Microsoft Word file (or another word processor) if you so wish.
    • May I share the materials with others? You may share ONLY the public videos.
    • Is it possible to get a refund if I end up not getting to the class right away or that it's not what I expected? There are NO refunds. Why? Because you have instant access to the course the moment you pay. I have no way of knowing if you go in, save/copy all the information and then request a refund.
    • Can I sample the class before I sign up? There is a small sample lesson below to give you an idea of what a typical lesson looks like. Because it's a sample, it's not a full lesson. All lessons have more information than this sample. The sample is from lesson#26: Melody, Harmony and Rhythm: The Government of Music.

    List of Class Topics: :woot:  :D 
    1. Frequency Made Simple
    2. Concert Pitch vs Temperament and Why You Should Care
    3. Learning to Feel Sound
    4. Concert Pitch vs Temperament: Was There a Conspiracy with A=440?
    5. The Many Ways We Connect With Frequency In Our Lives
    6. Readers Digest Version of Music History & Debunking Musical Frequency Myths
    7. The Natural Laws of Music
    8. Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies: They're Not What You've Been Told!
    9. Chromotherapy: Healing With Color
    10. Cymatics: Visualizing Sound
    11. Water Memory: Healing Through Water
    12. Thoughts and Intents Frame Our World
    13. Healing Cancer: Royal Raymond Rife
    14. Healing Powers of Music
    15. Entrainment and Entanglement
    16. Archaeoacoustics, Part 1: What the Ancients Knew
    17. Archaeoacoustics, Par 2: Sound in Stone
    18. Ed Leedskalnin and the Mystery of Coral Castle
    19. Are Crop Circles Created Using Sound?
    20. Cymatic Shapes in Rosslyn Chapel!?
    21. Healing Properties of the Great Pyramid of Giza
    22. Healing through the Musical Frequencies of Hebrew Letters
    23. Healing through Flower Essences, Music Essences, and Essential Oils
    24. How Does Sacred Geometry Fit in This Picture?
    25. Quantum Physics Made Easy
    26. Rhythm, Melody and Harmony: The Government of Music
    27. Is it Possible to Reprogram Our DNA?
    28. Consciousness is a Frequency
    29. Connecting the Dots...
    30. What are the Odds of That?

    Q&A Registration: January, 2020 :skype-itwasntme:  :wideyed: 

    STARTING JANUARY 31st, 2020! Anyone who signs up for the class AND is interested in getting feedback to experiments, asking questions in LIVE calls (via Zoom), or participating in discussions with other class members, there's a monthly participant fee of $10. This is an OPTIONAL addition to the one-time course fee of $199.

    For those who join the class PRIOR to February of 2020, you'll have access to the Q&A group through January 31, 2020. After that, you'll pay the monthly subscription fee of $10 if you wish to continue participating.

    :skype-clapping:  :skype-smile:  :skype-itwasntme: 


    Why should you consider taking this class?

    This class is offered at slightly under $7 per lesson if you divide $199 by the 30 lessons! There's a lot of materials, experiments, teaching videos, etc., to help you understand how frequency truly does affect everything around us. In addition, you'll learn how frequency can be used in the healing process. We all want to walk in wholeness - spirit, soul, and body. Everything we need is at our disposal when we know how to use it. What is presented in this class is time-tested materials given to us by a Divine Creator.

    Important!!! :oldskool-crazypilot: 

    Once you have access to the course, there are NO REFUNDS! Why? Because you have access to the materials all at the same time.
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2019 at 10:18 AM
  2. Del

    Del Administrator Staff Member

    How to sign up for Frequency Basics... :skype-clapping: :skype-rofl: :skype-party: 

    First of all, you'll need a FREE account on this forum (Kingdom Tribes). Follow these instructions:
    • Open up a new tab and go to the Kingdom Tribes forum again. Keep this tab open if you need help walking through the registration process.
    • You’ll see a blue box on the right side of the forum that says “sign up now!”
    • Click on that and begin the registration process.
    • Follow all the instructions as you’re prompted.
    • Don’t worry about profile pictures (avatar) or other account details at the moment. You’ll get those instructions throughout the course if you need help.

    NOW that you have an account on Kingdom Tribes, CLICK HERE to enroll in the course. Follow these instructions to enroll:
    • If you missed the “click here” link above, “Enroll Here” is just below the words “and grow” in the header.
    • Scroll down to the NW Ekklesia: Mentoring Groups and Classes category.
    • Choose Frequency Basics for a one-time payment of $90. If you need a payment plan, work that out with Paypal.
    • Another box will open up saying “account upgrade confirmation” asking if you want to enroll and agree to the terms.
    • Check the “I agree to the terms….” box
    • The “subscribe” button will become clickable once you agree to the terms… which means you’re agreeing to pay for the course.
    • Fill out the information as requested.
    • You’ll be prompted to login to PayPal for the installment plan.
    • The moment the payment goes through, you should have access to the course. To find the course, click the “home” button on the left side below the banner. Then, scroll down to NW Ekklesia. Click on Frequency Basics and read the “START HERE” section first.
    • IMPORTANT!!! If you don’t see the contents of the course AFTER you’ve paid and it still says “private,” message Del through your “inbox” (next to your name below the navigation bar).
    • NOTE: There are no refunds once you register!!! Why? Because you have access to the content all at one time.

    Oh, and welcome to the class! :oldskool-welcome: 
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2019
  3. Del

    Del Administrator Staff Member

    Sample of lesson #26...

    Rhythm, Melody and Harmony: The Government of Music



    In this lesson, I go over the main fundamental pieces of music. Why music and not something else? Well, if you go back to the time of Pythagoras, they all believed everything was connected. Math and music are a part of everything. Anything that has a vibrational frequency can be registered as a musical pitch. It may not be a pleasant musical pitch, but, it's still a pitch and can be registered on a tuner if it's within hearing range. When it's outside of hearing range, there are other devices for those measurements.

    In this sample lesson, I provide a couple of the YouTube videos that are in the actual class. But, there are things here that aren't in the class. You know... you can't have a free sample and use exactly the same stuff in the real lesson... right!?

    The main information for this lesson comes for an article titled
    "A Study to Explore the Effects of Sound Vibrations on Consciousness" by Meera Raghu. CLICK HERE to access the article. You'll find in this class that everything connects. The title is a bit misleading only because the focus is more on definitions and experiments and how that correlates to the chakras. In reality, chakras are simply energy points. There's plenty of scientific evidence to back that up. It doesn't matter what you call them or what our philosophy is about them. Simply put, they are a part of who we are because we're made up of energy. Like any electrical energetic system, there are times when a circuit doesn't quite work right. So, you fix or rewire it and you're good to go. I'll not go into the chakra part here because that's not the point. The point is understanding that the government of music seems to rule a lot of things outside of music. In order to see that, there are some key components that need to be understood. We'll start with the basics...

    Melody

    In this short video on melody, we learn what's involved in a melody. Melody is simply a succession of notes one after another. We generally expect it to be "singable" but that's not always the case. A melody is one line in a piece of music that's most prominent and is sometimes singable. But, in the example of a Bach fugue, there are melodies all over the place but are generally too difficult to sing. But, they are still melodies. In Indian music and other eastern traditions, melodies sound different than in western music. But, they're still melodies. Just because we don't recognize them as such doesn't mean they aren't melodies.





    Harmony


    In this next video, Howard Goodall mentions that harmony is the most seductive part of music. He provides a great case for that statement. Harmony occurs when you have more than one note. The minute two notes are sung/played together, there's a form of harmony. We won't go into the fine tuned details of terminology. The key point is that in order to have harmony, you need at least two notes.




    Rhythm

    In this video, we learn how rhythm and beat (pulse) are two separate things. Keep this in mind when considering general rhythmic structures.... the rhythm of life, ebb and flow, from one time to another, etc. These are all types of rhythmic structures and affect everything we do.

     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2019
  4. Del

    Del Administrator Staff Member

    Lesson 26: Rhythm, Melody, and Harmony: The Government of Music
    Part 2:


    In this section, we'll talk about some definitions that will be helpful throughout the class. I borrow definitions from the article that I list above. Again, CLICK HERE to access that article. This a great article because it compares western with eastern music. For our purposes, I've included the information about western music because that's what we're most familiar with. For the rest, please download the full article from the link I provide above. Yes, it does talk about consciousness in the middle of the article but... I'll leave that for you to explore on your own. There's a whole lesson devoted to this in the class.

    • Musical tone is a steady periodic sound. A musical tone is characterized by its pitch, duration, loudness and timbre. A pure tone is a simple tone with simple wave form, and a complex tone is a combination of two or more pure tones.
    • Musical Note is a complex form of musical tone and is characterized by its pitch, duration, loudness, and timbre. In addition, it is not periodic and includes vibrato, transients or graceful embellishments applied to it.
    • Timbre is the quality of the musical sound produced. For example, whether it is voice, or musical instruments such as violin, drum, veena, or flute, and so on.
    • Pitch is a perceptive property a musical sound or note that can be identified with reference to its frequency. The pitch of a note is directly related to its frequency – high pitch refers to high frequency and low pitch refers to a low frequency. Pitch indicates its position, whether high or low, in a given frequency range. Pitch in music is used to arrange musical notes in a particular order.
    • Scale is a range of musical notes ordered by a fundamental frequency or pitch. A scale may have notes in increasing order of pitch, which is called an ascending scale or, it may have notes in decreasing order of pitch. That is called a descending scale.
    • Interval in music is the difference in the pitches of two notes. The smallest of the intervals is called a semitone and smaller than that are called microtones in Western music. In eastern music, semitones and even smaller intervals such as quarter-tones and microtones are used.
    • Chromatic Scale is a musical scale comprising 12 notes of different pitches, where (1) each adjacent note may be at an equal interval of semitone from the other (equal tempered scale in Western music), or (2) the interval between adjacent notes are ratios of small whole numbers – for example, 3/2, 4/3 and so on (Just intonation as in Indian music).
    • Natural Frequency The frequency or frequencies at which an object tends to vibrate when hit, struck, plucked, strummed or disturbed is known as the natural frequency of the object. If the amplitudes of the vibrations are large enough and if natural frequency is within the human frequency range, then the vibrating object will produce sound waves that are audible.
    • Standing Waves Sound vibration inside a tube forms a standing wave. As an example, a standing wave is the result of the wave reflecting off the end of the tube (whether closed or open) and interfering with itself.
    • Nodes and Antinodes In a sound wave, the areas of highest vibration are called antinodes and areas of least vibration are called nodes.
    • Fundamental, Overtones and Harmonics When sound is produced in an instrument (or any other device for that matter), only the waves that are generated by the initiation of the note/tone/pitch will resonate. As an example, the longest wave that can be generated in a tube is called the fundamental, while other waves that are generated are called overtones. Overtones is another term for "harmonics."
    • Beats When two (or more) sounds are produced having a frequency difference of less than about 20 or 30 Hz, you will hear "beats." The frequency of the beats will be at the difference frequency. If the frequency difference is larger than about 20 or 30 Hz, a tone is usually perceived rather than distinct beats.
    • Resonance A musical instrument can be forced into vibrating at one of its harmonics (with one of its standing wave patterns) if another interconnected object pushes it with one of those frequencies. This is known as resonance - when one object vibrating at the same natural frequency of a second object forces that second object into vibrational motion. The word resonance comes from Latin and means to "resound" - to sound out together with a loud sound. Resonance is a common phenomenon of sound production in musical instruments.
    • Entrainment This involves changing the natural vibrational frequencies of an object and replacing them with different vibrational frequencies of another object, thereby actively changing the vibrations of one object to that of another object. Entrainment is considered as an active method, whereas resonance is considered as a passive method.
    • Overtones are multiples of the fundamental frequency. Overtones are other frequencies besides the fundamental frequency that exists in musical instruments. Instruments of different shapes and actions produce different overtones. The overtones combine to form the characteristic sound of the instrument. The natural frequencies of an object or a musical instrument are referred to as the harmonics of the object or musical instrument. As a reminder... overtones are the notes above the fundamental in the harmonic series. There's an entire lesson devoted to this. It's important when seeing this phenomenon in nature.
    • Consonance is the quality of a musical interval, which has a pleasant or harmonious effect on the listener. The fundamental note and its octave bear a ratio of 1:2, which means that the frequency of a higher octave note to the fundamental is double that of the fundamental note itself. Such an interval is called unison and has a pleasant effect on the listener. In the same way, when a fundamental note and its perfect fifth note, which bear a ratio of 3/2, tends to provide a pleasant experience to the listener. It constitutes the first landmark in the evolution of the tone system.
    • Dissonance is another quality of a musical interval, which does not have a pleasant or harmonious effect on the listener. The intervals between adjacent notes mostly produce dissonance. Dissonance is known as ‘Vivaaditva’ in Sanskrit and produces disharmony. What is considered dissonance is often determined by the listener and what he/she has become accustomed to hearing. However, there do seem to be general ideas of what intervals are more dissonant than others.

    When you have three complimentary things working "in harmony" with one another, it's like a three-stranded cord (or chord?) that's tough to break a part. I go over this in greater detail in the actual lesson. The spoiler alert for that lesson is that we coined it a "tri-fecta" for a specific project combining music, flower essences, and emotional healing. When you have three things that provide the rhythm, melody, and harmony together, you have a governmental strength in those three things. For example, look at how most governmental systems work: executive, judicial, and legislative. How is it that so many countries around the world use this form of government? Where did it come from? Why does it seem to work? Again, it's all about taking three things that create a strong "governmental" bond so those three separate things work as a unit.

    Throughout the class, you'll see how the lessons connect. At the end, I "connect the dots" between all the lessons and demonstrate how they can and often do work together like a well-oiled machine. When we know what to look for, it's a bit easier to see how things connect. In the lesson on crop circles, I share a video where these guys go into a crop circle and hear musical notes. There's obviously no music coming from anywhere else because they're in the middle of a farm field out in "No-Where" England. Uh... yeah... like music is just going to drift over from the farm that's nowhere near the field. Well, they recorded the music. Then, took the recording to a music store and plunked out the notes on the piano. They thought it was cool but beyond that, they did nothing. I'm sitting here watching this video thinking, "Huh!? How could you not write that down and ask someone about it?" In their minds, they didn't understand the connection with the actual musical pitches and intervals. I kind of guessed what the notes were based on a drawing but... I'm not sure I was right.

    The point here is that music is connected with everything! There's a lot of musical information in this class but in the end, it's meant to help those on this journey into frequencies. No, you don't have to be a musician to understand certain principles just like I'm not a scientist but there are some basic principles I can understand. Had these dudes who recorded the crop circle music spoken with a musician about the notes they heard, I think we'd have a better idea of the resonance properties of that crop circle. This will make more sense when you do that lesson, understand a bit more about musical harmonics, and see how sacred geometry plays a role in this, too. I was also bummed that the guys didn't show a picture of that particular crop circle! My point being... We need people in various disciplines to work together on this frequency journey. This class is an introduction to the ground level of how all of that works.

    Who else is interested in getting on this journey?

    Ponderings...
    • Where do you see connections around us? Look at the list of classes for this course. How do you see any of these class topics working together? Can you come up with a government of three things?
    • Consider going into a grocery store. Listen to the music that's playing. Then, go into several other stores and listen to that music. How does the music fit with what's being sold in the store? Does the music make you want to stand around and shop or leave? Why or why not?
    • Find a place in a busy part of your town. Camp out in that space for a while and make note of all the sounds coming at you... car horns, engines, people talking, the wind, people wheeling or pulling carts, etc. See if you can determine a rhythm to the motions. Can you hear specific musical notes? If so, can you sing them? Use this as a time to practice listening to different timbres of the sounds around you.
    • If you're a musician, download a tuner onto your phone. I recommend the gstrings tuner app for Android phones. Either way, you need a tuner that registers a specific frequency such as 236 Hz. I'm not looking for a note - I want you to pay attention to the specific Hz frequency. Turn on your microwave and hold up the tuner. If it doesn't register, sing the pitch. Write it down. Repeat with different appliances in your house. Then, start a conversation with me (Del) through your inbox. Send me the frequencies and I'll tell you what concert pitch your appliances are in.
     

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