639 Hz Solfeggio | Royalty Free Meditation Music

639 Hz Solfeggio

The royalty free 639 Hz solfeggio meditation plays the 639 Hz. solfeggio frequency pure sine wave for one hour.

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The complete healing radiant Light descends upon the listener filling the personal mind with the influences of balance, health and tranquility. Mystifying sweeps of the Light on the path of return, embrace spacious counter melodies, igniting the means of approach to the precious internal unification of opposites.

Long associated with meditation music the solfeggio frequencies are reputed to be the original frequencies used by the Gregorian Monks when they chanted in meditation. The chant, based on the original six notes, penetrates deep into the conscious and subconscious mind, drawing forth emotional reactions which we are sometimes unable to completely control. These original frequencies are said to have been ‘lost’ over the centuries with the introduction of various new tuning methods.

The solfeggio scale was ‘rediscovered’ by Dr Joseph Barber who said to have been guided intuitively to find a pattern of six repeating codes in the Book of Numbers. He found in Chapter 7, verses 12 through 83, number references that, when deciphered using a numerological technique, could be reduced to a single digit. This revealed a series of six electromagnetic sound frequencies which he determined to be the six missing tones of the ancient Solfeggio scale.