Can we decode the language of the Universe through cymatics? When I was researching my articles, Cymatics – Sacred Geometry – DNA and Perception is Reality, I found information on cymatics. Another post I wrote, one for a sister site – Beyond 2012 HQ, and now reproduced here on TimberwolfHQ, Crop Circles and 2012, referred to crop circles as cymatic images. This article attracted the attention of John Stuart Reid from Cymascope.com. He left a number of tantalising comments there and elsewhere. I have been corresponding with John and have agreed to review his site here on Timberwolf HQ.
What is Cymascope.com?
A quote from the Cymascope website that I feel sums up the ideas that drive the site is:
“Vibration underpins all matter in the universe.”1
Cymascope.com is a website which features a landing page identifying the various information and products available to site visitors. This page gives you the option to focus on Cymatic Research or the Cymatic Store. I checked out the research topics section first and found lots of information on the wide applications of cymatics. There are links to, among other topics:
What information is there about vibration?
I spent some time working my way through the fascinating collection of information John and his research associates have compiled on the site. The data is presented in easily understandable language that even a person with no scientific training is able to read, absorb and understand. Areas of intrigue for me were located under the topics of Astrophysics, Biology, Physics and Sound Therapy. One fascinating aspect of this research is the emerging ability to decipher the language of dolphins found in the oceanography section. As a Spiritual Warrior and Seeker of the Way, these topics hold information that I find support my own ideas with activating redundant DNA and healing.
Interesting facts about Sound and Biology
To illustrate my point, I’ve included an excerpt from the Biology section of Cymascope.com:
Around 3.5 billion years ago, following formation of the oceans, the first primitive life forms are believed to have evolved in the primordial oceans. Recent research suggests that simple amino acids were brought to earth by comets, effectively ‘seeding’ the oceans with organic compounds, helping to enrich the primordial ‘soup’ from which life sprang. The CymaScope team worked with sounds derived from Comet 67p’s interaction with the solar wind.
Surprisingly, many of the sounds, when rendered visible with the CymaScope instrument, were found to contain life-related geometries. The European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft and Philae lander found evidence of organic compounds in the comet’s dust-covered surface, supporting the ocean-seeding hypothesis.
Accepting that the oceans were seeded from space does not explain the structuring and organizing force that triggered life, a puzzle that continues to baffle biologists. Many scientists have come to believe that fierce lightning storms ripping through the early atmosphere were the magical ingredient that literally ‘sparked life’. 2
I could provide additional quotes and information from the site, yet that would diminish the joy of discovery for you, my readers. Just know that if you’re intrigued by how cymatics can transform your thinking, a visit to Cymascope.com is worthwhile. Plus, the site has a shop where you can buy items and participate in their creation.3
Check out Cymascope.com
Take a moment to visit John’s site. Afterward, return here and share your thoughts on the presented information by leaving a comment.
*** Update 5 December 2023***
There are some interesting links and videos to review and watch. Drop by and have a look.