Is that a hint that we should try to find a frequency that makes a hexagon pattern?



Watched a few videos and while they were making levitating stars of water utilizing multiples of its harmonic frequency it occurred to me I don’t suppose anyone knows what the harmonic frequency is for thc? We’d need the 5th or 6th harmonic it seems like to get shapes like those hexagonal shapes.

Also in watching a bunch of cymatics stuff I saw that each substance behaves differently when subjected to different frequencies. Thought 1 is wouldn’t it be difficult to get a consistent result when each concentrate is composed of a different cocktail of molecules? Thought 2 could we somehow use cymatics to perform sonic separations of different molecules to aid in color or even pesticide remediation? Even for evapping maybe, not for its agitation aspect, but to literally vibrate the solvent to areas where the oil is not?

I feel like cymatics and sonocrystalization are really playing with different elements of what can be accomplished using sound, but I’m just scratching at the surface on understanding either concept rn.


Not sure if they are being serious when a simple google search suggests the frequency of love is 528 hz

This is very speculative information I’m sorry


Or even a multiple of it…

I decided to listen to a few of those Solfeggio tones, the love frequency and it’s multiples, and honestly could almost feel them doing something to me, but they had to be somewhat loud.


I’m sure you could lower the volume if you chemically enhanced your sensitivity :wink:


Microdose some dmteeee


I remember doing that with my didgeridoo. Its crazy how something can unlock such interesting experiments


Fuckin hippies, the lot o’ yah! :stuck_out_tongue:


didge is definitely the safest way to blow indoors…:wink: