The history of Solfeggio stretches way back, at least to the Old Testament and the Torah. The Torah are the first five books of the the Old Testament. The tone's were given to Moses at Mount Sinai to heal the masses, aligning body and soul so that we, man and women would become closer to God and return to the Garden of Eden or paradise. However for this to happen we first had to listen and absorb these magical and restorative frequencies, but over time the Solfeggio scale was altered and the 152 Gregorian chants that incorporated the original Solfeggio scale have been ‘lost’.
The hidden codes of the Solfeggio frequencies were rediscovered by Joseph Puleo, through perseverance, guidance and a divine source which lead ‘Joey’ eventually to the King James Bible, book of numbers, chapter 7 verses 12 to 83 where he discovered a repetition of sentences within the verses. When unlocked it gave Joey a repeating sequence of 3, 6 and 9. The discovery of the code used the Pythagorean mathematical system of reducing numbers to a single digit. The book that was later written was the healing codes of the biological apocalypse, authors Dr Len Horowitz and Joseph Barber; Joseph Barber was his pen name of Joseph Puleo.
Once the original six frequencies were discovered, the same mathematical method was used to find the missing 3 Solfeggio frequencies. This same method was used to find the Shekinah frequency and I have also added Genesis to the list because in its single figure it represents 9.
Again through the perseverance of ‘Joey’ he discovered the Solfeggio scale was incorporated into the Gregorian chants particularly the Hymn to St John the Baptist or UT queant laxis which is now re-emerging having been lost for many years and surrounded by many theories has to why it was given to the church and subsequently disappeared from the masses. You can listen too the hymn on U.Tube.
The original hymn was written by Paul the Deacon in the 8th century AD and sung with the Solfeggio scale in Latin. The Solfeggio was later changed in the 11th Century by Guido Arezzo from Ut to Do and Le Marie, a French musician in the 17th Century added Si. Later again it was changed to Ti.
The hymn translates to
“So that your servants may sing with clear voices the wonders of your deeds and wash the guilt from their stained lips.”
Dr John Beaulieu’s translation which I feel fits beautifully with our new found knowledge and our journey towards spiritual growth and the Aquarian age of ascension.
“So that we, the servants of the divine, may sing with the tuned voices and bring ourselves resonance with the wonders of the vibrational universe.
We are all familiar with the Do, Re, Mi scale from the sound of music, but when you compare this to the original Solfeggio scale the new modified scale leaves us disenchanted and disconnected from the divine source of the healing. When you listen to music or sound frequencies of the Solfeggio it resonates with every molecule and cell within us, just has it been intended.
The Orginal Solfeggio Scale
UT queant laxis 396 Hz Liberating guilt & fear
RE sonare fibris 417 Hz Undoing situations & facilitating change
Mi ra gestorum 528 Hz Universial Love, transformation & miracles
FA muli tuorum 639 Hz Reconnecting & balancing relationships
SOL ve Polluti 714 Hz Expression & solutions
LA biireatum 852 Hz Awakening intuition
The new modified Scale
Do - Re - Mi - Fa- Sol- La - Ti - Do