An important criterion in the definition of the Solfeggio frequencies is that all their base values and octave values in the Theosophical reduction, always result in the “Digital Root” (transverse sums) 3, 6 or 9, known by Tesla.
In his works, Nikola Tesla repeatedly pointed out the importance of these three numbers as basic indexes of the Divine and the creative power. He also pointed to the energetic order relations of our physically describable world.
Concerning the designations of the frequencies I must point out that they are not authentic designations, but have found their way into the world of frequencies by Dr. Leonard Horowitz. However, they have developed since the year 1999 to an own reality independently of Mr. Horowitz.
And here comes an important fact right away:
Why is the frequency 336 HZ not a solfeggio frequency? Or have I now also discovered one?
I quote from the Bach Flower Portal:
“According to the documents presented in “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse,” Dr. Joseph Puleo learned about the Pythagorean method of numerical reduction and discovered the pattern of six repeating codes.
The Pythagorean method is a simple reduction method that converts large numbers into single digits by adding the values of all the digits in the number. If after the first addition the number still contains more than one digit, the process is repeated, e.g. 456 can be reduced to 4 + 5 + 6 = 15 and then reduced to 1 + 5 = 6. Thus, the number 456 eventually reduces to the single digit 6. Following this pattern, Puleo discovered that the Solfeggio frequencies are based on this mathematical reduction and can all be reduced to the transverse sums 3, 6, and 9….”
This is also the case with the frequency 336 HZ (21 HZ). Or what about the frequency 504 HZ (63 HZ)? Or the frequency 648 HZ (81)? No Solfeggios? Did Puleo miss that?
Find new solfeggio frequencies yourself and try the effect!
The principle is simple: you must always think in terms of reference frequencies. Go through all the odd, whole, natural numbers. If you come across a number that adds up to 3 or 6 or 9, you have found a solfeggio frequency! 111 HZ is a nice solfeggio frequency after all.