More on Music & Math and Incidentally on God

“Music is a system of harmonic relationships inherent within the quantized fractal structure of the cosmos.” ~ Marshall Lefferts

Posted by Nassim Haramein

Someone else said that the Universe was, at the center, a chord that was the sound of God. And that’s what makes everything run, orbit, spin, hum, and sing out with Life. A famous conductor said those basic words more or less. That is also more or less the same thing as said by Lefferts.

Of course that means Death also, as there is no Life without Death. (Being made to occur from a chord somewhere in the center of the Universe or Cosmos.) I always wonder things from that point such as, what is the cord? Is it a C cord? That’s what immediately jumps to mind. But then that’s nothing mysterious and shouldn’t it be mysterious? Is it the secret cord that David played before the Lord according to Leonard Cohen? And what happens if The Chord goes silent? Yes, the End, naturally, but how? A major massive explosion? A complete disappearance? An Absolute Nothing? And does something ever occur if there is no one to bear witness? If there is no one to see or note that something once was, was it ever so?

If I had the head for it I’d attend the course: Explore the universe of frequency, vibration and resonance in the free Unified Science Course in the Resonance Academy at But I’m afraid it would be much beyond my capabilities. Although I do adore fractals.

Wait…wait…does the Chord ever change? As much as it causes, is it affected by? Does its color or tone change with major events? I see my mind as a child hopping about on one foot to another, unable to stay still for learning. I’d like to have a few words with this Secret Chord!

Oh what dreams shall I dream tonight…

Victorian Soul


Posted by Electric Lit

I wonder where it went, don’t you? That soul that lived a Victorian life only to leave it behind?

And then, here we are, living in the future. Sometimes it’s so much that we feel gobsmacked. Like seeing both the past and the future of our very selves, and yet even that, in this moment.

Eye of the Cosmos taken from the Hubble Telescope.


posted by Expanding Knowledge