Nikola Tesla 3 6 9 "Key to the Universe" 432 Hz Miracle Frequency Music | Quantum Manifestation Code - 1 Hour Track
Nikola Tesla claimed that 3 6 and 9 were the key to the Universe. This 1 hour quantum manifestation code meditation music is tuned to 432 Hz (the miracle tone) and combined with a 369 Hz frequency and a 369 Hz pulsing tone. It also includes pink noise, or what is referred to as “noise energy” to facilitate manifesting miracles when combined with these frequencies.
432Hz – The solfeggio frequency at 432 Hz aligns with our planet’s heartbeat, which releases emotional blockages. It is the natural and harmonious frequency of the universe from a mathematical perspective. 432 frequency music heightens perception, increases the mental clarity of a person and unlocks intuition. It also produces calming effects and decreases anxiety. Many people experience more meditative and relaxing states of body and mind when listening to this frequency because it produces a harmonic and pleasant sound. It is also said to work at the heart chakra directly related to “feeling”, creating positive influences on the spiritual development of the listener.
369Hz follows the path of manifestation from an energy, frequency and vibration standpoint. In other words, 3 6 and 9 represent the pathways that manifest energy into physical form and this path is said to be a vector from the 3rd dimension to the 4th dimension. When these frequencies follow this track, they create a higher dimensional energy that influences the energy circuits of all other points in space. These numbers are also said to be the secret to free energy, something that Nikola Tesla seemed to have understood quite well. Pink Noise –
Pink noise offers “noise energy” as ambient sound. Whereas white noise can sound like static, pink noise is smoother and more soothing across all frequencies. This type of noise blocks out other noises that trigger stressors and has the potential to increase stable sleep and be a great sleep aid because it reduces brain waves. A 2017 study in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found a positive link between pink noise and deep sleep. Covering all the frequencies that the human ear can hear, the intensity of pink noise decreases as the frequency increases. It mimics a soft static or humming and is likened to the sound of waves crashing or rain falling, creating a relaxing rhythm that entrains the brain.
You can fall asleep to this track or run it in the background as you do other things.