I don't know about you, but as we've been making our way through this plandemic, I was thinking just last week that it would be nice to have a "fun" story or two to blog about. Well, lo and behold, I didn't have to wait long as the next day our friend and colleague in this wild alternative research field, Catherine Austin Fitts, sent me a video with an interesting idea.

The idea, basically, is that pipe organs might have been intended for more than just music or "being loud", but might have played some sort of role - perhaps intended, perhaps unintended - in healing as well. We'll get back to that notion in a moment. Anyway, the video is a bit "preachy", and indulges in some nonsense like modern cities being designed solely for profit, while 18th century cities weren't, and so on. Well, maybe, maybe not. The idea of profit has been around for a very very long time, longer than pipe organs in fact, which are still in the prime of their youth being only a little older than two thousand years, give or take a couple centuries. In spite of the preachy aspects, there's another reason I thought this video would be fun, but you have to watch and not just listen:


Now if you watched this video, you'll probably know why I found it very interesting: all those pictures of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife and his laboratory, including his famous "tunable microscope". Rife's idea was to view viruses "in action", which he claimed his microscope allowed him to do, without killing the virus under an electron microscope. Being thus able to view them, the next step in his process was to find what frequency it was resonant to, and simply "explode" the virus using sound waves resonant to that frequency. Think of that old television commercial with Ella Fitzgerald shattering a glass with a high musical note resonant to the glass's own frequency.

Of course, the medical establishment had a problem with this, and it was a big one: what Rife was claiming for his "tunable microscope" was - and remains - physically impossible according to the standard laws of optics, for he was claiming to see - optically - far below the scale of size that was possible for any optical microscope. He was, accordingly, denounced as a fraud by the medical establishment (in spite of the numerous statements of his patients as to the effectiveness  of his treatments). Rife was stripped of his medical license, and his equipment - including his microscope - was confiscated, never to be seen again. My guess? Rife was probably successful, and his microscope probably still exists, somewhere, as an object of (very secret) research. The microscope and its operation remains a mystery. Lt. Col. Tom Bearden (US Army, Ret.), even wrote a paper once trying to come up with a hypothesis to explain what Rife had done. To make a long hypothesis very short, he maintained that Rife had somehow come up with a "quantum microscope" able to see the phase space of viruses, and that it was therefore not functioning according to the standard rules of optics altogether. But we'll never know because the microscope is probably locked up in some "Warehouse 13" somewhere, like the television series with Saul Rubinek.

Which brings us back to the pipe organ aspect of this, because if one digs and scratches around the old doctrine of Affektenlehre - the cosmological doctrine that virtually all Baroque composers were aware of and composed in - long enough, one encounters connections to all sorts of notions that moderns find dismissibly amusing: affects of certain keys and harmonic procedures and musical intervals on human passions, connections to the idea of bodily humours and so on. In short, they were very much aware of the physiological effects of music and particular instruments in performing it. And as an organist(of sorts and a long out-of-practice one struggling to get back to where he was some forty years ago), anecdotally I can attest to a phenomenon all organists experience at the console of a pipe organ, particularly if it is large and the organ is in a "wet", i.e., highly reverberative, space: one feels the music physiologically in a way possible on no other instrument; those longitudinal waves pulsing from the pipes literally move the air and shake the building, and anything and anyone in it, in a kind of small "musical earthquake". Indeed, at the end of my book Microcosm and Medium (available on Lulu), I even indulged in a bit of hyper-dimensional physics speculation, for pipe organs are most often encountered in large, cruciform stone churches. It's that cruciform part that's intriguing here, because it is a three dimensional analogue of a four-dimensional object called a hyper-cube, or tesseract. Vibrating the one might indeed be vibrating the other, inducing all sorts of effects we know little about, simply because we haven't studied it. And for those aware of "cymatics" and the way water responds to sound waves, or has seen those pictures of "healthy" versus "unhealthy" water molecules, I do not have much difficulty with the notion that perhaps there were medicinal and therapeutic by-products to - say - a fugue by Buxtehude or a fantasia by Mozart. The notion seems far-fetched to moderns, perhaps, but to a Bach or a Haendel or a Haydn or a Mozart, who knew the doctrine and composed for the instrument, it would not have been a surprising notion at all.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. BetelgeuseT-1 on April 3, 2020 at 1:44 am

    When it comes to church pipe organs, I’m once again reminded of the experiences of Eric Dollard back in the eighties during a planetary alignment.
    Right in the center of that cruciform stone church, where the crosses meet, is the “sweet spot” where you will feel the sound going through the body, putting it into a higher state.
    The church he mentions had four pipe organs, one in each section of the cross. This amplified the effect to such a degree it became outright scary.

    As Richard mentioned earlier, the ancient Egyptians (Khemitians) used sound for healing in a hospital in Saqqara.
    Remnants of it are still there.

  2. Loxie Lou Davie on April 2, 2020 at 10:07 am

    Sound & the Human Body!! This immediately brought to mind a fellow I came across recently by the name of CYRUS PARSA. He spent much time in Tibet & China learning the “pathways” of the body & now has the uncanny ability to “read” people when he meets them!! We could all do this if we took the time to learn; but even so, I’m sure we have all had the experience of meeting someone & forming an instant “dislike” for reasons we don’t even know!! 😉

  3. Timo Beil on April 1, 2020 at 12:18 pm

    What if all this psycho-acoustic sphere is already messed up? Imagine, if you tune your Gibson SG to D, so deeper, closer to the old tuning, and plug it in, you also connect your body to the alternate current network of a planetary hemisphere. Imagine THAT feedback. Once you strike the chord, it will certainly quench your guts…may be they call it Black Sabbath for a reason.

  4. Jen on April 1, 2020 at 4:53 am

    Interesting Veterans Today article on music and spiritual awakening (and the ‘c’ word, of course).


  5. marcos toledo on April 1, 2020 at 1:03 am

    Interesting how the arts and health are tied together that’s why our masters are always censoring the arts and promoting illness. They do not know or maybe they do know the difference between profiting and stealing and stealing and cheating is more fun for these degenerates.

  6. Richard on March 31, 2020 at 9:13 pm

    Rife. Someone before his time and now even, but with a touch of the Ancients. One would assert that he knew something of the Ancients, but lacked, in his past present, a lexicon to expand on what he came to observe.

    Microbes might not be the same as ball bearings, but then not all acoustics are, either. (Be safer with an online sound generator. At least the PC speakers are limited. And be careful with those earbud things.) Just as sound manipulation in a lab can levitate small objects in a presumptive space / time they are apparent, it can affect molecules in motion by altering their current resonance – sometimes, harmfully.

    It’s astonishing in how so many take their sensory apparatuses for granted because they seem to work well. Those with dysfunction(s) from the presumed norm excluded. What is unique about many of these folks excluded from that presumed norm is that they augment environmental awareness through the remaining functioning senses by adapting what remains. One might be born with a set of pre-arranged protein patterns constructed accordingly, but one learns how to use each as an organism in growth. That growth doesn’t end, either, it changes. One question goes begging, “Who’s been diverting the mindset?”

    Egyptian wisdom keepers maintain that the body has 360 senses, not just the Aristotelian five most folks have taken for granted and have all but allowed the other 355 to atrophy. Abd’el Hakim Awyan was such a person and spoke of a healing chamber that Khemetians, as he called them, used with sound and resonance to diagnose and heal in ancient times. Khemet / Kemet is the ancient name of Egypt. Royal Raymond Rife was thought to have similar aspirations with modern techniques.

  7. Westcoaster on March 31, 2020 at 7:56 pm

    Intriguing topic, this Royal Rife and his inventions. I had the displeasure to experience a very crude version of ultrasound therapy, a process called “Lithotripsy” in which when you’re suffering from a kidney stone, you lie face down on a gurney in a trailer they tote from horsepistol to horsepistol, and they zap you with soundwaves for the next hour or so.
    Took them twice but they busted the little critter up.
    If Royal Rife had accidentally invented a quantum microscope, his smartz in figuring all that out is almost incomprehensible. But of course modern medicine couldn’t have that now, could they?

  8. Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2020 at 4:20 pm

    The opposite of fun.
    I can’t stand administrators of any shade.
    https://stephenlendman.org/2020/03/us-medical-staff-unprotected-from covid-19/



  9. Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2020 at 12:02 pm

    Light frequencies being used by the criminal syndicate op in-crowd?
    Brings to mind Ken Follett’s Pillars of Earth.

    Well done video that’s music to this choir boy.
    An economy based on living wealth.

    No doubt the cathedral pipe organs provided both music and/or healing theatres of worship/spirit.

    Where those by gone days and/or bought-out/by-gone days?
    What’s & where’s the buy-in to those bygone days?

    Kudo’s to Catherine!

  10. guitardave on March 31, 2020 at 11:34 am

    In Gurdjeiff’s- B-bub’s Tales, Chapter ??, the hermit scientist/experimenter has a piano made with strings of two (core and winding) different certain materials…depending upon the harmonics of the notes, he can raise AND eradicate a painful boil on the knee of B-bub’s human escort.

    The funny part is, it doesn’t work on B-bub, which ‘outs’ his otherworldly origins to the scientist, who gets totally freaked out. One of the rare occurrences in the book where a human finds out that Ole’ B-bub “ain’t from around here” .

    G knew about the Rife thing before Rife did….the organ builders knew about it before G…and so it goes… “verily i say unto thee, there is nothing new under the sun.”

  11. S Klein on March 31, 2020 at 10:03 am

    Yesterday I was very angry and disturbed beyond measure because of an incident with a relative.

    That morning a friend came over and did a session for me on her Tibetan singing bowls. She had 7 bowls each corresponds to a bodily organ. She also used 6-7 tuning forks. The results of the session were astounding. I felt more at peace and ease than I have in my lifetime. I still feel great today. When she struck the bowl at my feet I felt a rush of energy tracing up my legs to my very head. At once I thought to myself… my goodness, is this how the Chinese or whoever(I believe the art of acupuncture is extremely ancient) traced the meridians in the human body? At any rate I feel sound frequency is essential for one’s good health and must have been used in the most ancient of times.

  12. OrigensChild on March 31, 2020 at 9:48 am

    Dr. Farrell, on this one all I know to do is to say, “Yes.” Thank you for this bit of “fun”.

  13. Dessislava Hristova on March 31, 2020 at 9:13 am

    New member here:)

    I wanted to share the healing frequency files for corona virus defense created by Sharry Edwards and Jill Mattison


    • anakephalaiosis on March 31, 2020 at 11:06 am

      Airy faeries have soothing sounds, coming out of loudspeakers. But, chopping head of Medusa, has soothing sound of singing sword.

      The Pasteur Institute, in Paris, is in denial – of course. Yet, patent registration of killer virus is a sort of preemptive WikiLeaks.

      Corona Royal is coming out of Adam Weishaupt. The revolutionary Jesuits have regressed to their poisonous tactics, globally, while ranting “Urbi et Orbi.”

      Prince Philip’s reincarnation, as virus, came to soon, because his corpse is still walking.

  14. The Elephant Underground on March 31, 2020 at 8:42 am

    Rife’s frequency work has now been lovingly revived through the work of a small group of engineers who have pledged to make it quite affordable: https://www.spooky2.com They have a disease/frequency playlist available for free as well. The Dark field part of his microscope is alive in Dark Field Microscopy. I saw the Lyme pathogens actually try to “hide” under the blood when viewed, something they cannot due in this field. If that’s the “quantum” aspect, then there you go. Any serious Lyme practitioner should work thusly.

  15. anakephalaiosis on March 31, 2020 at 6:50 am

    Defying the Satanic papal empire, the heathen Rynstæf system – based on the 8-point compass (Odin’s horse) – is some sort of do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si. The 9th point, at the center, is some sort of synapse of equilibrium (Midgard).

    The center, in the 32-point compass, is of course the 33rd point. Rose windows and pipe organs are connected, in the sundial of the horizon. Sundial is an analog computer of time and space.

    The pyramid, as 8-point compass, is associated with Yahweh, in Isaiah 19:19, Psalms 119:164 & Psalms 119:62. Perhaps sacred geometry reverbs musical energy, deified in Yahweh, as principle.

    Ebenezer Henderson’s “Iceland”, vol 1, page 186-187:


  16. goshawks on March 31, 2020 at 5:42 am

    I am going to proceed from the semi-assumption that all humans have ‘higher aspects/powers’ (conscious of them or not). Then, the medical effects of the reverberation of pipe organs can make sense:

    The Affektenlehre would induce some kind of ‘meditation/trance’ in the hearer. In the same way that ordinary meditation has been shown to benefit the body, a music-based meditation-state would invoke the hearer’s ‘higher aspects/powers’ (possibly through tuned alpha/delta/theta brainwave states) and proceed to work on the body.

    Much research has shown the effects of music – from the effect of Mozart on babies to the beneficial/harmful effects of different types of music on plants. It may be why Mother Nature has come up with such wonderful complexity within the ear-system…

    • anakephalaiosis on March 31, 2020 at 7:19 am

      When entering into Bardic modus, one becomes transmitter of energy, from higher realm, that shines light.

      The vibrant quality of the energy depends on the audience. “My sheep know my voice”.

      In that sense, one is a walking and talking cathedral, or a tree.

      Church architecture is a giant man, circumscribed by chorus, derived from amphitheater construction.

      • anakephalaiosis on March 31, 2020 at 8:04 am

        A killing of an Icelandic Bard occurred in Copenhagen, in 1945. Names of perpetrators are kept hidden, to this day, by the Danish government (the Glücksburgs).

        It is always sacred duty, to avenge the Bard, therefore the Danish government will eventually be brought down (by the Rynstafas), for harboring criminals.

        In the angelic war of giants, there are no prisoners taken. Icelanders doing bloodwrack against the USA, has been hushed-up:


        Bloodwrack has no expiration date, because it is sacred duty. That is why Europeans consider Americans to be stupid orcs – violating sacred grounds in Europe.

    • Maatkare3114 on April 1, 2020 at 3:24 am

      goshawks…. Great comment, I agree 100 %

      Much research has shown the effects of music – from the effect of Mozart on babies to the beneficial/harmful effects of different types of music on plants.

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