Cymatics is the science of sound made visible. It is based on the principle that when sound encounters a membrane such as your skin or the surface of water, it imprints an invisible pattern of energy.
In other words, the periodic vibrations in the sound sample are converted and become periodic water ripples, creating beautiful geometric patterns that reveal the once hidden realm of sound. If we could see the sounds around us with our eyes we would see myriads of holographic bubbles, each with a kaleidoscopic-like pattern its surface.
It’s an astonishing and poetic fact that many stars have “songs” that radiate out into the Cosmos. The sonic signatures of stars are created by atomic processes, causing the star to ring like a very low-pitched bell, and these rhythmic sounds cause the light of the star to fluctuate. The starlight effectively carries the star song to Earth where it is demodulated by astronomers and converted back into sound.This technique helps astronomers learn more about the processes in the atomic furnace of stars. In collaboration with the Smithsonian Institute and several Universities we imaged the song of the sun and of several stars on the CymaScope instrument. The results are beautiful harmonic patterns that we think will appeal to all interested in the beauty of Nature.Why not consider adding one of our star song images to your art collection?
Chakras are believed to be centres of life force in the body and are derived from an ancient Hindu tradition. The word “chakra” comes from the Sanskrit word for wheel. Chakras are a powerful tool among yogi adepts and energetic healing practitioners in almost every world culture. Our Chakra Mandala section includes an un-retouched 7-sided CymaGlyph created on the CymaScope by the voice of chant master, Jonathan Goldman. Also in the range is a Heart Sutra Mandala created by the voice of Japanese songstress, Izumi Watanabe; and a series of seven beautiful chakra images created using the musical notes preferred by Jonathan Goldman.
Science and technology had reached its pinnacle in ancient India. The study of ancient scientiﬁc disciplines has seen growth and made important contributions to the understanding of the progress of modern science, which also involves methods of the linguist and the philologist. There have been many interesting and invaluable documents/scriptures that encompass knowledge in various disciplines including Ayurveda, Mathematics, Astrology, Astronomy, Archaeology, History, Physics, Chemistry, Metallurgy, Biology, Medicine, Alchemy, Atomic Science, Fine arts (Music, Sculpture and Iconography), Architecture and Languages, all of which on amalgamation with modern science, can lead to the development of novel technologies. The study of Ancient Science and Technology stems from a need to
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The name of the science of Indian alchemy or proto - chemistry, is more generally "The Science of Mercury", or Rasaśāstra, रसशास्त्र in Sanskrit Signiﬁcant progress in alchemy was made in ancient India. An 11th-century Persian chemist and physician named Abū Rayhān Bīrūnī reported that "They have a science similar to alchemy which is quite peculiar to them. They call it Rasâyana, a word composed with rasa, i.e., gold. It means an art which is restricted to certain operations, drugs, and compound medicines, most of which are taken from plants. Its principles restore the health of those who were ill beyond hope, and give back youth to fading old age..." Raseśvara, a school of Indian philosophy was focused on ﬁnding Moksha: perfection, immortality, liberation using mercury. As such it focuses its efforts on transumation of the human body: from mortal to immortal. Many are the traditional stories of alchemists still alive since time immemorial due to the effects of their experiments. The texts of Ayurvedic Medicine and Science have aspects similar to alchemy: concepts of cures for all known diseases, and treatments that focus on anointing the body with oils. Since alchemy eventually became engrained in the vast ﬁeld of Indian erudition, inﬂuences from other metaphysical and philosophical doctrines such as Samkhya, Yoga, Vaisheshika and Ayurveda were inevitable. Nonetheless, most of the Rasayāna texts track their origins back to Kaula tantric schools associated to the teachings of the personality of Matsyendranatha and the lineage of the Natha Siddhas. Two famous examples were Nagarjunacharya and Nityanadhiya. Nagarjunacharya was a Buddhist monk who, in ancient times, ran the great university of Nagarjuna Sagara. His famous book, Rasaratanakaram, is a famous example of early Indian medicine. In traditional Indian medicinal terminology "rusa" translates as "mercury" and Nagarjunacharya was said to have developed a method to convert the mercury into gold.
Although mercury's mystique held the promise of power, many of the ancients also knew it to be toxic. It was in the mining of the element where mercury ﬁrst became associated with human illness beginning as tremors and progressing to severe mental derangement. The largest natural source of mercury is cinnabar, its only known ore, and the richest deposits are found in Spain and Italy. This reddish mineral containing mercury and sulfur has been used as a pigment since prehistoric times. Cinnabar dating from 500 BC has been identiﬁed at a Mayan site in Guatemala, and prehistoric skulls painted with cinnabar have been found in Italy. The Romans used their mercury mines as penal institutions for criminals, slaves, and other undesirables. The warders were among the ﬁrst to recognize that there was a high likelihood that the prisoners would become poisoned and spare the keepers the need for formal executions. Mercury is primarily a neurological poison, causing tremors, extreme mood changes, and eventually loss of hearing and restricted vision. Certain forms of mercury poisoning also cause damage to the liver and kidneys. The life span of a worker in those mines was tragically brief. THEIR IS A BOOK IN ANCIENT INDIA NAMED VIMANIKA SHASHTRA IN THAT THEY INTRODUCE MANY MACHINES WHICH CAN FLY IN THAT THEY DESCRIBE THE MERCURY VORTEX ENGINE WAS BEEN USED EVEN ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS AROUND THE WORLD USES MERCURY IN VARIOUS FROM FROM CHINA TO JAPAN TO MAYAN Archaeologists unearth liquid mercury under the ancient Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico. AND IN CHINA LIKE RIVER OF MERCURY
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