Everywhere you look in the natural world, you will see intelligent design. From the smallest microbe to the largest mammal. Everything is equipped with everything it needs to fulfil it's purpose.

A deep investigation into the process of metamorphosis, reveals that it is possible to transcend our physical limitations in the same way that a Butterfly overcomes the limitations of being a caterpillar.

A caterpillar cannot go to school to learn how to be a butterfly. The caterpillar has to die and become one. There are no workarounds, or shortcuts.

Photo credit: Yann Harreus

We have been given ‘tools’ that allow us to translate a wide range of energy vibrations, from fear, to love, and everything in between. Emotions’ (feeling experiences) have their own unique vibratory frequency, each one ‘feels’ subtly different.

If we view each emotion as a note on a musical scale, then we can choose to play a song of joy, or, a song of sorrow, simply by hitting the right ‘note’. How hard we hit the ‘note’ determines the intensity of the vibration.


The notes on the keyboard never change. Love is in exactly the same ‘place’ on the keyboard, as it was in the beginning. The state of the Earth is evidence that our capacity to ‘love’ has diminished over time. We are still hitting the right note, but so softly that nobody can hear it.


Even though the flame of our love has burned down low, let us not forget, that one single candle, can light a million other candles.

From the tiniest microbe, to the largest mammal, everything in the analog world shares the same singular, self organising intelligence.


To our way of thinking, such a complex and interconnected system could not possibly exist, let alone be productive or function harmoniously, but it does.


Not one single animal, or insect, is given a productivity schedule, or told what to do, or when to do it, and yet, everything is accomplished effortlessly without us having to think about it.

The most extraordinary aspect of life on Earth is the fact that nothing in nature is controlled. It is like an orchestra made up of billions of different instruments, all playing the same song in perfect harmony, but without the aid of any visible conductor. How is that even possible?.




In order for a digital signal to emulate an analog signal, it must get as close as possible to the original ‘shape’ of the analog wave form. But, have you ever tried pushing a square peg through a round hole?


A digital signal can never emulate the analog original because sound is not the product of a mathematical formula. Sound is a vibration. Mathematics can be used to describe vibrations, but mathematics does not create vibrations.

Sound is the foundation of the universe, Cymatics is the study of the effects of sound frequencies on matter. The image on the left is an example of the effect of sound on a liquid.



“In the beginning, was the Word”.


“The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass,

God is waiting for you”

Werner Heisenberg Quantum physicist