tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8423416434784154788.post6954899601107131389..comments2017-08-17T08:01:37.758-07:00Comments on Our Solaris: “There is no such thing as a victim”Dennis Bortkohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00974337386398892207noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8423416434784154788.post-67662089335574593962014-12-23T21:07:47.707-08:002014-12-23T21:07:47.707-08:00Thx for your insight; The method i have been usin...Thx for your insight; The method i have been using, based on what i read, is, in audacity, change pitch --> then click from F down to A then input 440 hz to 432hz and the rest automatically changed itself. I will be trying the Timescale/pitch you showed in your video on the subject.A Loner - Truth Seekernoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8423416434784154788.post-90121070917265680662014-12-23T01:35:50.090-08:002014-12-23T01:35:50.090-08:00Hello! Thank you for your comments! Yes, I'm a...Hello! Thank you for your comments! Yes, I'm aware of Mark Passio and specifically I'm aware of his "New Age Bullshit" work, which is very well done. I have not seen the video that you're referring to.<br /><br />Regarding 432 Hz, I used to also use "-1.776"; however, "-1.818" is more precise, so this is what I use now. I first was using "-1.776" because that was the first thing I read on a forum when first was searching on conversion numbers for this several years back; and this is what I was exposed to it, so I started using this number. However, later on I started using the more accurate "-1.818". I'm not sure regarding the Illuminati angle to this and 1776. That's the first I've heard of it. The furthermore reason for why it doesn't completely make sense if; for example, I use Adobe Audition to convert to 432 Hz and in their pitch shift converter they don't have an area to input the percent change. So I have to type in the equivalent semitones change. -1.776 would be -0.31 semitones. -1.818 would be -0.32 semitones. So here the numerical significance of the 1776 number disappears because it only seems relevant when it's a percent change but not when a semitones change. I don't see any relevance in 31 or 32 or 0.318, which a more precise number.<br /><br />Let me know if this clears it up for you!Dennis Bortkohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00974337386398892207noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8423416434784154788.post-6402307820404336192014-12-21T22:41:26.309-08:002014-12-21T22:41:26.309-08:00interesting post; have you by any chance looked at...interesting post; have you by any chance looked at the youtube of Mark Passio, mainly his "streetwise spirituality" video ? It somewhat mirrors what you say here. Also, I am and have been converting my music to 432 hz for a while now and just recently found your vids; I cant remember where I have read about 432hz but here is one thing I cant get straight: Which is better, -1.818 or -1.776 ? I recall reading that -1.776 was the one to use because the illuminati, created in 1776, had applied that change to get to 440 hz so to undo their crap, using -1.776 would be best; What are your thoughts on this ? Thx in advance !A Loner - Truth Seakernoreply@blogger.com