The Sound of Energy – Thunder To Solfeggio

‘Whilst silence might be golden, without any sound, it would likely lose some of its appeal’

– The BWC.

Ever wondered why you tap your feet to music? Why you like some types of Music and not others?

Well, whenever we listen to music our heart beats in sync with the rhythm. This is the result of a whole chain reaction of events. It starts with a Vibration and corresponding Frequency, of the parts and characteristics of the Particles and the Soundwaves that enable Sound.

This article deals with Sound. Sound you can hear, Sound you can’t hear, what Sound is, how Sound is made, and the different ways it is represented in the universe. We start with the Sound of Physics.

Sound Of Physics

All Waves and Particles are made up of different components, and variations of specific characteristics. Waves Oscillate and Vibrate as they enable the transfer of Energy from the Particles in and around them, to others. The Energy of them has a corresponding expression in every form that exists. One of these component expressions is Soundwaves.

So What Is A Sound Wave Exactly?

When the Energy in Particles of elemental properties is affected by certain Kinetic Energy like Force, and Temperature, it causes the Particle to Vibrate. These Vibrations give off a Frequency. This Frequency along with the other measurable components and characteristics of the Particles and the Oscillating Wave they travel by, form a Longitudinal Sound Wave.             

See article on Waves and Particles.

Reflective Surfaces and Echoes

These Vibrating and Oscillating Soundwaves need Matter to travel through, and the Energy and the State of that Matter, affects the Soundwaves further. For example, Sound travels faster through Liquids and Solids than it does through the Air. And a Soft Reflective Surface will produce a weak Sound, whereas a Hard Reflective Surface will produce a strong Sound. This is because Sound is absorbed more by a Soft Reflective Surface, such as blankets and egg cartons. Whereas a Hard Reflective Surface is a good reflector for Soundwaves. The ‘Harder’ the Reflective Surface that a Soundwave is bouncing off, the stronger the Sound will be. An Echo is the result of a  strong Soundwave and Hard Reflective Surface combination.

How Is Sound Made?

Vibrations and Frequency!

Here’s one way to look at it.. If you strum a guitar string, it vibrates. The stronger you strum, the stronger the Vibration. The Vibration of the guitar string causes the nearby particles in the air to vibrate. These then have a knock-on effect with other and similar nearby particles which in turn join together to make a longer wave, thus making an oscillating and vibrating Soundwave.

Things get really weird though when Soundwaves travel through things like Glass which is classed as a ‘Disordered State of Matter’. It’s to do with the behaviours of components of Space and Matter beyond the molecular level, where things like Phonons and Muons and other Quasi Particles reign. The result, is a Soundwaves reverting to the behaviour of a Particle, with a whole different set of implications and consequences. But for now that’s where we leave Quasi land!

Sound Of Nature

What Is The Speed Of Sound?

It’s not a straightforward question because there are parameters which affect the Speed of a Sound Wave, like the factors we have already looked at in the previous article such as the Direction of Propagation of the Soundwave, Temperature, Form of the state of matter they are travelling through, and the Reflective Surfaces they are bouncing off.

This means that there is a big difference in the speed of a Soundwave when it is travelling through a Gas State of Matter, which is its slowest, to when it is travelling through a Solid State of Matter, which is its fastest.

This list of comparisons makes these sorts of differences very apparent:

  • The Speed of Sound through Air is: 343 miles/per second {m/s}
  • The Speed of Sound through Water is: 1.481 m/s.

That’s nearly four times faster through a Liquid State of Matter like Water, than a Gas State of Matter like Air.

  • The Speed of Sound through Iron is: 5120 m/s.

That’s nearly fifteen times faster travelling through a Solid State of Matter like Iron, than a Gas State of Matter like Air.

  • The Speed of Sound through a Diamond is: 12,000 metres per second

That’s 39,000 ft per second and in all, around 35 times faster than the Speed of a Soundwave through a Gas State of Matter like Air.

As a basis to work from, and unless specified otherwise, the Speed of Sound is defined with certain conditions having been agreed upon and which include things like assuming it is travelling through a Gaseous State of Matter, and at a Temperature of 20 Degrees.

With such parameters, the Standard Speed of Sound value is thereby accepted as

343 metres per second or / 767miles per hour, or / 667km per hour, or

/ 2.9km per second, or / 4.7 seconds per mile.

Sound Of Thunder

Yep this is a picture of Lightning but bear with…

Firstly, Lightening is different to Lightning. Both are words but that addition of the letter ‘e’ changes their meanings entirely. So let’s make sure we are using the correct terminology.

The Rumbles of Distant Thunder and the Boom of Thunder are caused by the very rapid splitting and expansion of the air around the path of a Lightning Bolt. It literally takes a split second for Lightning to reach from the sky to a tree, splitting the air in less than a thousandth of a second. When Lightning hits the ground, it generates a second streak that returns along the same path as the first streak. The heat generated by the return streak of Lightning is huge. It’s around 27,000 Degrees C…

Since the streak of Lightning travels so fast and because the heat generated is so high, the air around the streak of Lightning has no time to expand. Instead, the air pressure is increased up to 100 times more than its normal rate. This forces the hot compressed air, that hasn’t had time to expand, to explode instead. That explosion is the Sound of Thunder.

Why Do We Count The Time Between Thunderclaps?

Most of us have done it at some point, but why exactly? Well, Thunder booms at the same time as the Lightning Flash. But the Soundwaves have to travel to us and then vibrate in our ears for us to hear them. How long that takes depends on some of the conditions we have covered. But we can approximate that a Soundwave is travelling at around 300 metres per second. 3 Seconds equals 900m away, and so on.

Sound Of Sight


Hans Jerry was a Scientist from Switzerland who understood that if Sound Waves themselves are a representation of an aspect of Energy, then they are also a component of Matter. Therefore different types of Soundwaves must affect different forms of Matter through their mutual components, and vice versa.

This formed the basis of Hans Jerry’s research where he used Powders and Liquids to observe the effects of different Soundwaves on different states of Matter. This field of Science is called Cymatics.

This short video is a great visual explanation of what Soundwaves do to the states of Matter of Powder and Liquid.

Video for Cymatics – Powder and Water / 1.5 minutes

Sound Of Music

‘The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Music’

For those old enough to remember this classic film, you will recognise the song. But what about this line:

‘…Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti and that will bring us back to Do – a Deer a female Deer….’

The song uses these seven expressions to represent the seven harmonic tones we hear within the ‘Audible Frequency Range’.

In the depiction of this famous song, we can see that two notes are represented as SO and DO. However in other musical notation, they are changed to SOL and UT. This is because SO is the fifth note of any Major Scale, whereas SOL is the specifically the fifth note of the Scale of ‘C”. DO was changed to UT in the 1600’s, at the recommendation of an Italian Musician Giovanni Battista…

These seven harmonic tones create all the variations and combinations of sounds we hear and adding the sharps and flats is what gives us the 12 different notes we are familiar with.

A Bb B C C♯ D Eb E F F♯ G G♯

These Notes are repeated in sequence and at a higher frequency with each repetition. Each of these ranges is called an Octave.

There are seven ‘Octaves’ on a piano keyboard and there are 88 ‘Keys’ or ‘Notes’ on a full Piano.

Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do, are the harmonic notes, along with their octaves and corresponding light frequency, that make up the dimensional model of our reality structure in this timeline.

Audible and Non-Audible Sound

The parts of a Soundwave like Pitch and Ambience also determine how we interpret Frequency. Frequencies are pretty intense. The average Human can hear Frequencies between 0 and 20000 hertz. Children hear better than adults, and Animals can hear many Frequencies that Humans can’t.

There are certain Frequencies that are damaging to the Environment, like those from storms, hurricanes, and earthquakes.  And there are certain Frequencies that are damaging to Us. They can disturb the balance and activity of some of our organs in a seriously negative way. We don’t like certain Sounds for good reasons. So stay away from the Low Vibrational Frequencies – seriously.

But this also means, that there are certain Frequencies which are beneficial to the environment. These are Ultrasounds.

So, Infrasound is damaging to us, Audible Sounds are the sounds we can hear in our everyday lives, and Ultrasounds are the Sounds that are currently Inaudible to the naked ear but which when we tap into them, are the Sound Frequencies that affect the quantum mechanics of the universe and the molecular structure of our own cells.

Sound Of Math

Solfeggio Frequencies – Sound in Hertz

Hundreds of years ago., Solfeggio identified a very specific range of frequencies. They are highly underestimated and this is perhaps due to a lack of understanding and appreciation of the depth of knowledge that went in to figuring them out. Nevertheless, the Solfeggio Frequencies have a very special relationship with Math.

174 Hz / 285 Hz / 396 Hz /

417 Hz / 528 Hz / 639 Hz/

741 Hz / 852 Hz  / 963 Hz

The sum of the digits in each of these Frequencies add up to 3, 6, or 9.

*Each of these Frequencies are exactly divisible by 3. When we add the digits of that sum, they all equal either 4, 5, or 6 {as shown below}

  • 147 Hz */ 3 = 49 {4+9 = 13 and 1+3 = 4}
  • 174 Hz * / 3 = 58 {5+8 = 13 and 1+3 = 4}
  • 258 Hz Harmonic Frequency *86 14 5
  • 285 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *95 14 5
  • 369 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *123 6
  • 396 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency UT *132 6
  • 417 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency RE *139 13 4
  • 471 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *157 13 4
  • 528 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency MI *176 14 5
  • 582 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *194 14 5
  • 639 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency FA *213 6
  • 693 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *231 6
  • 714 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *238 13 4
  • 741 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency SOL *247 13 4
  • 825 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *275 14 5
  • 852 Hz Major Solfeggio Frequency LA *284 14 5
  • 936 Hz Harmonic Frequency *312 6
  • 963 Hz Harmonic Mirror Frequency *321 6

This is not random. These numbers mirror the same numerical systems we find elsewhere and are of great significance, as we are starting to find out.

There Is No Such Thing As Coincidence

There are many, many, different frequencies but it is those that are made up of the 12 Harmonic Universal Tones that are of the greatest importance due to their organic and beneficial nature. Some of these we can hear with the Human ear, and some we can’t.

Elsewhere, KA RA YA SA TA AA LA are also depicted as Harmonic Tones and their importance is discussed in the blog on the Krystal Matrix and related details in other blogs in the categories of ‘Math’ and ‘Triple A’.

There are also a further 144 sub-harmonic tones that make up the rest of the sounds on our planet. And if there are Harmonic Tones in Sound, then there are corresponding Harmonic Tones in Light – and other things too.

What we are discovering, is mind-blowing…