If you're not familiar with the importance of 432hz:
+ 0.16 semitones = 444 Hz (Pitch A)
- 0.32 semitones = 432 Hz (Pitch A)
- 0.93 semitones = 417 Hz (Pitch A)
+ 6.46 semitones = 639 Hz
+ 9.02 semitones = 741 Hz
+ 11.44 semitones = 852 Hz
The number 432 is considered sacred in a majority of the major temple complexes of this planet.
For instance, one side of the Great Pyramid, Egypt, at its sea level foundation, is 432 Earth Units (51.49 cm).
The major Toltec complex of Teotihuacan in Mexico, has its great Pyramid of the Sun with an overall base of 864 STU (Standard Teotihuacan Units) which is twice 432.
STU was the Toltecs measure unit for this site, as their "myths" relay it was taught them by the Shaman Wizard gods from the stars. Each side of this Sun Pyramid is 216 STU, precisely half of 432, and 3 x 72.
The heart has the least effort for pumping blood to endocrine glands, when operating in a rhythm of 72 beats per minute, it beats literally with the hologramme of the planet and the universe -- 72 bpm is the foundation beat of compassionate love.
THIS IS OMEGA SONIC SACRED GEOMETRY
The universe is based on harmonic series such as 72, 144, 432. And 144 (a "C" tone in hertz) is a perfect harmonic of the speed of light, which is 144,000 nautical miles (144,000 minutes of arc per Earth grid second) in the vacuum of space.
Each of these harmonics are literally a mirror, or a cascade of mirrors within mirrors, that 8 hz can look into. For example 144 is 18 x 8 hz, and 72 is 9 x 8 hz.
The way that light travels in space is thus a 144 decimal harmonic (144:144,000),
The archaic Egyptian instruments that have been unearthed, so far, are largely tuned to 432 hz. In ancient Greece (the school book original place for music) their instruments were predominantly tuned at 432 hz.
Within the archaic Greek Eleusenian Mysteries, Orpheus is the god of music, death and rebirth, and was the keeper of the Ambrosia and the music of transformation (his instruments were tuned at 432 hz).
And now, a song converted with Audacity (by me):
Take a listen, you only need to listen to 20 seconds, but you can listen to the whole thing if you wish.
I am wondering if it's just a placebo, or does it really sound and feel better? Is it worth converting all songs down to 432hz? Does anybody know anything else about this?
do not read until after listening
steps taken to convert
1. open music file with Audacity , 2. select all 3. go to effect-->change pitch 4. change frequency (hz) from "440" (i had to paste it in there) to "432" 5. export as mp3, flac, whatever it was originally and make sure in the export window you go down to options and set it to a desired bitrate (in my case, both were exported at 320 kbps MP3 from originally FLAC)