Page 1 ... Concepts and Theory
Page 2 ... Negative green and its effects on humans
Page 3 ... What are the dangers
Page 4 ... Possible solutions and how they work
Page 5 ... Additional material
In 1930, two French researchers, Leon Chaumery and Andre De Belizal discovered that both the circle and the sphere manifest a spectrum of 12 energy qualities, each of which have specific vibrational qualities.
These energy qualities are in resonance with the colours of the spectrum, but are many octaves higher in terms of actual frequency. For this reason they were given the names of colours, although they are not colours.
Right opposite the sun, below the sphere, lay a mysterious and powerful vibration which later on, caused Leon Chaumery’s death.
Since it is opposite the position for 'Green', it was called 'Negative Green' (-G), Although there is nothing negative about it.
These energies were near impossible to study because they would continuously rotate with the sun.
The French team found that by cutting the sphere in half, they could lock these energies in place.
With this discovery it became possible to study these energies in detail. Look at the image below to find where each vibration is located on the hemisphere
This became the key to re-discovering the lost knowledge of the Ancients, particularly that of the Egyptian tradition. The hemisphere is a powerful emitter of Negative Green energy (-G)
We are very familiar with Energy Quantities. We routinely talk about $10, 10Km, 10 apples, 10Watts or 240Volts, these are quantities. But we are not so familiar with Energy Qualities.
I will use an example to explain:
If you are a musician, you will relate well to this: The note A (3rd octave) has a frequency of 440 Hertz. The same note A, at one octave higher, has a frequency of 880 Hertz , and one octave lower is 220 Hertz. So here we have 3 different quantities of frequency, yet a musician will detect these 3 quantities as the same quality, the quality of the note A.
Obviously, something within us is able to recognise the same quality, regardless of the quantity associated with it.
Using the above example, and moving the frequency up many octaves higher, one octave at a time, the quality of the note A will cease to be something we can hear. It will move into ultra sounds, radio frequencies, VHF, UHF, microwaves, colours and then higher harmonics of colours. Yet each value will retain the same quality of the note A, as picked up by the relevant sense, like the sense of sight for the colours.
The colour which has the same quality as the note A is indigo. Here is a table showing the relationship between colours and sounds
As you can see from the table below, as frequencies increase, the signal moves into a different realm of perception, until it leaves this physical realm altogether. The red arrow below is pointing upward, but ultimately we must ask: where are these qualities, carried from octave to octave, generated ? It seems that the obvious answer is from higher realms, "As above, so below" Thus the divine generates and permeates the entire physical realm.
In a prism we can see white light being separated into its original components
The angles at which the various colours exit the prism express a relationship between angles and colours. Leon Chaumery used this principle to design the Virtual Cone Pendulum where the angle generated by the position of the sliding plate, corresponds to the angle of the colour detected by the pendulum.
Here we see the exact relationship: