Converting Audio Tones to the Visible Spectrum of Light

Before getting into Planetary Harmonics and Bio-harmonic resonances, let us first explore the octave of visible light, that which the human eye sees, and its relation to sound. The octave of visible light, extending from the colour red to the colour violet, is forty octaves higher than the middle audio octave, that which you would hear on a piano keyboard. Light, however, is measured by its wavelength, whereas sound is measured by its frequency.

Frequency is a measure of how many waves occur in a given moment of time. The most common unit of measure for frequency is the Hertz (named after the German physicist Heinrich Hertz). One Hertz = one cycle per second. A frequency of 60 Hertz means that there are 60 cycles occurring in one second. People with computers often hear of Megahertz (MHz) or Gigahertz (GHz) (106 or 109 hertz, respectively) when referring to how fast their computer memory or hard drive runs. The frequencies within the light octave are much faster than this…

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