Is Sound Creating Crop Circles? (cont.)
By Freddy Silva
By definition, a hoax is a forgery, and a forger requires an original from which to copy. So what is this 'unknown force' that creates genuine crop circles? One answer may lie with sound.
Traditionally, sound is considered a prime Universal force in the creation of matter. This is echoed in the world’s cosmologies and religions, most of which declare that 'In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God'. Hopi and Navajo traditions assert that in ancient times shamans could utter words onto sand and create geometric patterns, a concept not dissimilar to the Hindu mandalas which are said to be expressions of vibrations from the unseen Universe; eastern faiths such as Islam use sacred geometry to express the image of God. Today we know that sound filmed in liquid creates harmonic geometric patterns, a technique already known to 12th century architects when they designed of Gothic cathedrals using sacred geometry to enhance the buildings’ sonic effects, and thus, alter the state of consciousness in those who used them for prayer.
Sound, resonance and vibration are fundamental to our supposedly physical world. Under the microscope, atoms are seen as harmonic resonators, and their structures are composed of geometric rhythms sharing similar harmonics to those found in the pure music scale. Physical reality, it seems, is governed by geometric arrays related to sound frequencies.
Even that primeval Hindu sound, the OM (from which is derived our modern term 'hum') when sung into a tonoscope produces geometric shapes attributed with 'sacredness'.
As the expression of number in space, geometry is inextricably linked to sound, since the laws of the former govern the mathematical intervals that make up the notes in the western music scale— the diatonic ratios— possibly why the ancient Egyptians referred to geometry as frozen music.