By now we should have an understanding that everything is made up of Energy and Matter which are interchangeable. And that Energy and Matter represents itself with a corresponding vibration and frequency, that is, sound and light.
This topic looks is an introduction to the Light aspect of Energy, from the first perspective of Science.
We have looked at Philosophical Thought Processes, and applied them to understand the main principles of Energy. We have also used Quantum Physics to explain the wave and particles aspects of Energy and its corresponding representation of Sound through vibration. But what about the other driving force in our known Universe, the aspect of Energy that represents itself as Light?
In Science, to gauge Light, we measure it against the Electromagnetic Spectrum. The darker the colour within the electromagnetic spectrum of Light, the lower the corresponding frequency of Sound, and vice versa – the brighter the colour or light, the higher the corresponding frequency of Sound. We have covered this in the previous articles.
Now add to that our perception of colour, Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet. But what we need to consider is the entire spectrum of Light which we know as the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Within this spectrum of Light, is Light we can see with the naked eye, and Light we can’t see. Then there’s The Dark, and that’s something else too.
But back to the spectrum of Light. Within this spectrum are specific Tones of Colour. These are the elements that we are going to look at. And if there are 12 Harmonic Tones in Sound, there must be a corresponding 12 Harmonic Tones in Light, also known as Rays.
So what are these 12 Harmonic Tones in Light? Where do they come from and where are they going? and what is happening to them in-between?…
To understand more about the energy of Light, we start with a return to the language of science and the article ‘Light by the Law of Physics’.