HARMONIC FREQUENCIES ACCORDING TO BAKLAYAN
Pythagoras and the teaching of harmony
The origin of the term "harmonics" lies in a verbum that means "to order and to join". The original meaning of the word "harmony", as Pythagoras and his followers designed it is order, composed of tone and number, flowing out into a universal harmony (cosmos).
Pythagoras' underlying core idea can be summarized as follows: "the entire universe is harmony and number". In addition, the Greek word harmony has a further meaning: it can also mean a musical interval, more precisely an octave. The special thing about the octave is that it includes all tones and repeats itself continuously from depth to height.
For their investigations, the Pythagoreans mainly used a measuring instrument known as the "monochord". This is a wooden box on which several strings are stretched lengthwise, similar to a string instrument. Under the strings, bridges could be moved freely and different lengths could be measured.
This device enabled them to clearly prove that there is a reciprocity between string lengths and frequencies (tone).
It's probably unique to establish an exact analogy between a sensory impression and a scientific mathematical relationship.
After all, we all grew up with the fact that our sensory perceptions as our connection to the world seem to be taken for granted as something very subjective. This idea is expressed, for example, by everyday wisdom such as "It is in the eye of the beholder". The astonishing discovery that hearing is capable of capturing an exact regularity turned these views on their heads.
In order to understand how the harmonic frequency application according to Baklayan works, the following fact - which by the way is part of the knowledge of every musical instrument maker - one should be aware of, since the manufacture of all musical instruments is based on this principle:
The ratio 1 to ½ represents a frequency doubling and thus the same note of the next octave. This mathematical ratio also applies to all remaining notes of an octave.
The G can be found in relation to the C at one third of the string length, thus corresponding to the ratio one to three - 1/3. The other notes of the octave are also based on mathematical harmonic relations.
Table of intervals
It seems that the body with all its meridian systems and organs including their functions should also consist of such principles of proportionality.
A breakthrough was the determination of the basic meridian frequencies. This is where the 24 frequencies of the Golden Stream program and its further development of the Diamond Shield program originate.
Because of their safety and effectiveness, these programs could serve as a starting point for further considerations.
After almost 20 years of research, two facts became apparent that had actually long been known:
There are twelve main meridians
There are 12 tones within an octave if you include the semitones.
In addition, Traditional Chinese Medicine has known for thousands of years that the transmission of energy from one meridian to another follows a carefully defined sequence. This phenomenon has become famous in the West primarily through the Chinese organ clock. In order to be able to determine the frequency spectrum of each individual meridian, the frequency of the meridians - both the starting point and the end point - had to be defined.