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432hz & Limited Merch!

To celebrate the completion of the Amplify Human Vibration project we made available some of the very last limited edition Vinyls and CD’s. These have a unique front cover to the artwork and less than 200 were made.

Note: All vinyl now sold out but CD's still available

Also new to the store we have a re-mastered 432hz version of the album in WAV format

Numerically preferred harmonics or Solfeggio tunings are an alternative tuning system based on a pure tone of math fundamental to nature. Many music reachers and scientists agree that the standard pitch, where the note A = 440 Hz, does not harmonise at a natural vibrational level. Over the centuries some of the greatest musicians have based their music on the tunings of A=432. It’s true that it is only 8 vibrations per second different from the standard tuning, but this small difference seems to be remarkable to our human consciousness.

This musical pitch is connected to the numbers used in the construction of a variety of ancient works and sacred places, such as the Great Pyramid of Egypt, and this original tuning can be found in many ancient cultures and antique instruments such as the Stradivarius violin.

There’s a growing musical and metaphysical movement for recovering optimal integrity in the music industry and spirituality through the 432Hz tuning. For many people, it is nicer for hearing – softer, brighter, and more beautiful than music in 440 Hz.

432Hz is a number mathematically based in nature and therefore it can generate healthy effects among the listeners. Don’t throw away the knowledge of past generations, the universal and natural tuning of 432Hz is waiting to be re-discovered.

Massive thank you to everyone that helped support Amplify Human Vibration! Please leave your comments, feedback & thoughts about the documentary - we love hearing from you all! x

1 Comment

Love the album. Side A is outstanding. Huge Terrence McKenna fan as well. I understand the musical purists find the voice overs annoying, but they work for me. I'll accept the art in the form that the group wants to provide. Works for me.

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