Paint your Soul
Ancient clairvoyants could see someone's aura light up whenever they listened to a series of special frequencies, called the Solfeggio tones. They could see the healing power of these special frequencies on a multitude of levels. As people lost clairvoyant vision, they encoded these in the Bible and in ancient Egypt, to insure their safekeeping through the ages. These tones sparkle throughout the Paint Your Soul CD.
Paint Your Soul will fill your home, your head, and your heart with ethereal and soothing original scores entirely written and performed by Jill Mattson. The collection features angelic vocals and uses sound healing techniques drawn from Ancient Mystery Schools to take you deep into layers within yourself for renewal and uplifting, energizing your mind and heart.This CD uses the sacred geometry of the Fibonacci series to create a profoundly healing effect.
The Fibonacci series is a pattern found in the geometries of solar systems, plants and seashells, the human body, and in some of the world's most loved art and architecture. On this CD, Jill has used tuning forks to produce pure Fibonacci tones and convert this spiral-shaped sacred geometric pattern into musical form.
According to ancient traditions, these sounds carve a pathway into the listener's consciousness, elevating the spirit and creating brain wave patterns that can expand consciousness.
Paint Your Soul consists of original scores entirely written and performed by Jill Mattson. The collection features angelic vocals as well as techniques drawn from Ancient Mystery Schools that employ sound to expand the listener’s mind and heart energy.
The Fibonacci Tones
The Fibonacci series of numbers (found in the geometries of solar systems, plants, seashells, the human body, and in some of the world’s most loved art and architecture) has also been converted into musical form in Paint Your Soul.
The Fibonacci numbers (or sound frequencies – where music is concerned), when graphed, reveal a spiral pattern (Nautilus shell). In contrast, graphs of analogous notes in Western music create a circle. Many ancient traditions held that listening to the "spiral" pattern of sound "quickens" the listener’s soul, enabling it to rise closer to God and enlightenment.
Paint Your Soul uses tuning forks to produce the pure Fibonacci tones of this spiral pattern. This creates a sound, which according to ancient traditions, carves a pathway into the listener’s consciousness elevating him spiritually and creating brain wave patterns that can expand consciousness.
Many mystics and some scientists agree that numerical patterns found in nature when converted to frequencies are beneficial to us. Leonardo De Pisa, (who lived approximately 1180 - 1240 AD) better known as Fibonacci, observed principles found in musical harmony were organized according to that of branching, flowering and spiraling patterns in nature. The numerical pattern he observed was the Fibonacci series of numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55... unto infinity. (Adding any two adjacent numbers will give you the next number in the series.)
The ratio of neighboring Fibonacci numbers approaches phi (1.618). These ratios are found in our bodies, the spiral of a seashell and in billions of stars in distant galaxies. Nature loves this pattern, as it uses it again and again! Intervals within major chords that are abundant in music approximate the Fibonacci numbers 1, 3, 5 and 8. The next number in the Fibonacci series is 13. When the 8th and 13th tones are played together, they create the 8/13th interval. The 8/13th interval is believed by some to harmonize and thereby raise our consciousness and precipitate mankind's next evolutionary step.
Paint Your Soul uses the Fibonacci frequencies, including the 8/13 interval. One does not hear the exact Fibonacci frequencies in our music today, because the frequencies are in between our smallest intervals in the musical scale that we use. The Paint Your Soul CD creates the pure tones of this spiral pattern by using tuning forks designed to create these frequencies.
The Solfeggio Tones
The musical elements in Paint Your Soul include numerical sound frequencies encoded in the Bible (Numbers 7:12-83). Horowitz and Puelo published a book (Healing Codes of the Biblical Apocalypse) revealing these Biblical frequencies, called the "Solfeggio Tones." These powerful tones were secretly encoded in the Bible for safe keeping until the right time arrived for their unveiling.
Ancient clairvoyant could see someone’s aura light up, whenever they listened to this pattern of frequencies, called the Solfeggio tones. They could see in plain sight – the healing power – on a multitude of levels of these special frequencies. As people lost clairvoyant vision, they were encoded in the Bible to insure their safekeeping through the ages. These tones sparkle throughout the Paint your Soul CD.
The numerical pattern of the Solfeggio tones was incomplete, as evidenced by unfinished numerical sequences. The fully completed series, 18 tones, translated into musical tones using tuning forks, is contained in Paint Your Soul CD.
Solfeggio Tone Benefits
Frequency 396: Turn grief into joy. Liberates energy and eliminates hidden blockages/subconscious negative beliefs
Frequency 417: Connects to Source. Liberates energy and eliminates hidden blockages/subconscious negative beliefs
Frequency 528: Repair DNA. Facilitates transformation and miracles. Stunningly, this is the exact frequency used to repair broken DNA, the genetic blueprint upon which life is based.6
Frequency 639: Connect to Spiritual Family. Creates harmony in relationships
Frequency 741: Solve Problems & Increase Intuition. Empowers self-expression and authenticity. Harmonizes and links the mind, body, consciousness and spiritual energies
Frequency 852: Return to Spiritual Family. Harmonizes and links the mind, body, consciousness and spiritual energies.
Horowitz and Puleo found the Solfeggio frequencies encoded in verses in Numbers 7:12 - 89 in: the Bible.7 These numbers were converted to tones. Horowitz and Puleo associated them with a solfeggio scale used in the Middle Ages.
Many secrets of the Bible were plainly preserved in numbering patterns, and not just this passage. There are many secret codes within numeric patterns in a broad range of religious texts. For example, Michael Hayes revealed that the numerical organization of the ancient I Ching reflects the organization of amino acids in DNA.8
In the Old Testament, the content of Numbers 7:12 - 89, a seemingly unimportant text, is divided into mundane activities that occurred on different days. To get the solfeggio tones the Pythagorean skein 9 is applied to the numbers of the associated verses on the different days. For example, verse 12 describes activities that occurred on the first day. Verse 12 has a Pythagorean skein of 12 or 1 +2 = 3. The second day starts on verse 18 or 1 + 8 = 9. The third day is located on verse 24 or 2 + 4 = 6. The first set of numbers in the solfeggio code is composed from combining the Pythagorean skeins, resulting in 396. When applying the same process to the rest of the chapter the following set of numbers emerge:
Notice the numerical pattern in the ones, tens and hundreds column. Each column includes sequential numbers in between 1 – 9.
The ancient Solfeggio scale was used in some Gregorian chants that now have been removed from the repertoire of the Catholic Church. Horowitz and Puleo studied the research of professor Emeritus Willi Apel,10 who identified the origin of the solfeggio tones as a medieval song entitled Hymn for John the Baptist. It was initially written by Paolo Diacono (720 – 799 AD) as a hymn to Saint John, the Baptist.
The Latin words of the song are:
"Ut queant laxis, Resonare fibris, Mira gestorum, Famuli tuorum, Solve polluti, Labii reatum"
Which translates to:
"So that Your servants may sing at the top of their voices the wonders of Your acts, and absolve the fault from their stained lips."
The first six lines of the hymn corresponded to each note in the solfeggio scale. Solfeggio is a technique for musical teaching - in which each note of the scale is sung to a special syllable, called a solfège syllable. (Medieval solfeggio syllables were ut, re, mi, fa, sol and la.) A morphed version of the solfeggio scale is used today. The 1959 movie, The Sound of Music featured a song “Do, Re, Mi,” helping people memorize these syllables. The seven syllables commonly used for this practice in English-speaking countries are: do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti and si.
The medieval solfeggio scale was modified several times. Changes included:
The frequencies were changed.
Several original syllables have been changed. For example, the name of the first note of the scale in our culture is do, but it used to be ut.
Additional notes and syllables were added.
Clearly, the solfeggio frequencies date before the Middle ages and professor Willi Apel. They were encoded in Numbers thousands of years before Christ. Yet, this knowledge has survived through the centuries, ending up in unsuspecting places like medieval Gregorian chants.
Regardless of the veracity of the claims regarding the solfeggio tones, one thing remains for sure. The solfeggio tones are shrouded in mystery. Why are they encoded in the Bible or in room dimensions in ancient Egypt? Why are these frequencies safeguarded and who created these secrets in the first place? Not all of the answers are apparent, allowing future detectives to unravel more secrets.