Cymatics – The Science of the Future

By Peter Pettersson, translation Yarrow Cleaves

In this article we will see what various researchers in this field, which has been given the name of Cymatics, have concluded.

– Is there a connection between sound, vibrations and physical reality?
– Do sound and vibrations have the potential to create?

What is a Cymatic water-sound-motion?

Water in a round cup, that is oscillating up and down with a certain frequency, will react on this impulse with waves on her surface. The water oscillates up and down in the middle, like when a stone is thrown in a pool. Like there a ringwave will grow out, and is been followed by other circular waves, all with the same centre, so concentric.

Read more about it in the last section of this article.

Ernst Chladni

In 1787, the jurist, musician and physicist Ernst Chladni published Entdeckungen über die Theorie des Klangesor ( Discoveries Concerning the Theory of Sound). In this and other pioneering works, Chladni, who was born in 1756, the same year as Mozart, and died in 1829, the same year as Beethoven, laid the foundations for that discipline within physics that came to be called acoustics, the science of sound. Among Chladni´s successes was finding a way to make visible what sound waves generate. With the help of a violin bow which he drew perpendicularly across the edge of flat plates covered with sand, he produced those patterns and shapes which today go by the term Chladni figures. What was the significance of this discovery? Chladni demonstrated once and for all that sound actually does affect physical matter and that it has the quality of creating geometric patterns.

Chladni figures.

What we are seeing in this illustration is primarily two things: areas that are and are not vibrating. When a flat plate of an elastic material is vibrated, the plate oscillates not only as a whole but also as parts. The boundaries between these vibrating parts, which are specific for every particular case, are called node lines and do not vibrate. The other parts are oscillating constantly. If sand is then put on this vibrating plate, the sand (black in the illustration) collects on the non-vibrating node lines. The oscillating parts or areas thus become empty. According to Jenny, the converse is true for liquids; that is to say, water lies on the vibrating parts and not on the node lines.

Lissajous Figures

In 1815 the American mathematician Nathaniel Bowditch began studying the patterns created by the intersection of two sine curves whose axes are perpendicular to each other, sometimes called Bowditch curves but more often Lissajous figures (see left and below images).

This after the French mathematician Jules-Antoine Lissajous, who, independently of Bowditch, investigated them in 1857-58. Both concluded that the condition for these designs to arise was that the frequencies, or oscillations per second, of both curves stood in simple whole-number ratios to each other, such as 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, and so on. In fact, one can produce Lissajous figures even if the frequencies are not in perfect whole-number ratios to each other. If the difference is insignificant, the phenomenon that arises is that the designs keep changing their appearance. They move. What creates the variations in the shapes of these designs is the phase differential, or the angle between the two curves. In other words, the way in which their rhythms or periods coincide. If, on the other hand, the curves have different frequencies and are out of phase with each other, intricate web-like designs arise. These Lissajous figures are all visual examples of waves that meet each other at right angles.

Lissajous figures.
The result of two sine curves meeting at right angles.
Illustration: Typoform, Jenny W. Bryant, Swedish National Encyclopedia

As I pondered the connection between these figures and other areas of knowledge, I came to think about the concept that exists in many societies and their mythologies around the world, which describes the world as a web.


For example, many of the Mesoamerican people regarded the various parts of the universe as products of spinning and weaving: “Conception and birth were/…/ compared with the acts of spinning and weaving; all the Aztec and Mayan creation and fertility goddesses were described as great weavers.”(1) A number of waves crossing each other at right angles look like a woven pattern, and it is precisely that they meet at 90-degree angles that gives rise to Lissajous figures.

Hans Jenny

In 1967, the late Hans Jenny, a Swiss doctor, artist, and researcher, published the bilingual book Kymatik -Wellen und Schwingungen mit ihrer Struktur und Dynamik/ Cymatics – The Structure and Dynamics of Waves and Vibrations. In this book Jenny, like Chladni two hundred years earlier, showed what happens when one takes various materials like sand, spores, iron filings, water, and viscous substances, and places them on vibrating metal plates and membranes. What then appears are shapes and motion- patterns which vary from the nearly perfectly ordered and stationary to those that are turbulently developing, organic, and constantly in motion.

Jenny made use of crystal oscillators and an invention of his own by the name of the tonoscope to set these plates and membranes vibrating. This was a major step forward. The advantage with crystal oscillators is that one can determine exactly which frequency and amplitude/volume one wants. It was now possible to research and follow a continuous train of events in which one had the possibility of changing the frequency or the amplitude or both.
The tonoscope was constructed to make the human voice visible without any electronic apparatus as an intermediate link. This yielded the amazing possibility of being able to see the physical image of the vowel, tone or song a human being produced directly. (se below) Not only could you hear a melody – you could see it, too!
Jenny called this new area of research cymatics, which comes from the Greek kyma, wave. Cymatics could be translated as: the study of how vibrations, in the broad sense, generate and influence patterns, shapes and moving processes.

The Creative Vibration

What did Hans Jenny find in his investigations?
In the first place, Jenny produced both the Chladni figures and Lissajous figures in his experiments. He discovered also that if he vibrated a plate at a specific frequency and amplitude – vibration – the shapes and motion patterns characteristic of that vibration appeared in the material on the plate. If he changed the frequency or amplitude, the development and pattern were changed as well. He found that if he increased the frequency, the complexity of the patterns increased, the number of elements became greater. If on the other hand he increased the amplitude, the motions became all the more rapid and turbulent and could even create small eruptions, where the actual material was thrown up in the air.

The development of a pattern in sand (step by step).

Swinging water drops (by Hans Jenny)

 Sand patterns as a function of the size of the plate

The shapes, figures and patterns of motion that appeared proved to be primarily a function of frequency, amplitude, and the inherent characteristics of the various materials. He also discovered that under certain conditions he could make the shapes change continuously, despite his having altered neither frequency nor amplitude!

The vowel A in sand

When Jenny experimented with fluids of various kinds he produced wave motions, spirals, and wave-like patterns in continuous circulation. In his research with plant spores, he found an enormous variety and complexity, but even so, there was a unity in the shapes and dynamic developments that arose. With the help of iron filings, mercury, viscous liquids, plastic-like substances and gases, he investigated the three-dimensional aspects of the effect of vibration.
In his research with the tonoscope, Jenny noticed that when the vowels of the ancient languages of Hebrew and Sanskrit were pronounced, the sand took the shape of the written symbols for these vowels, while our modern languages, on the other hand, did not generate the same result! How is this possible? Did the ancient Hebrews and Indians know this? Is there something to the concept of “sacred language,” which both of these are sometimes called? What qualities do these “sacred languages,” among which Tibetan, Egyptian and Chinese are often numbered, possess? Do they have the power to influence and transform physical reality, to create things through their inherent power, or, to take a concrete example, through the recitation or singing of sacred texts, to heal a person who has gone “out of tune”?

Sound structures in the water drop as a function of the wavelength and a function of the extent

An interesting phenomenon appeared when he took a vibrating plate covered with liquid and tilted it.The liquid did not yield to gravitational influence and run off the vibrating plate but stayed on and went on constructing new shapes as though nothing had happened. If, however, the oscillation was then turned off, the liquid began to run, but if he was really fast and got the vibrations going again, he could get the liquid back in place on the plate. According to Jenny, this was an example of an antigravitational effect created by vibrations.

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In the beginning of Cymatics,Hans Jenny says the following: “In the living as well as non-living parts of nature, the trained eye encounters wide-spread evidence of periodic systems. These systems points to a continuous transformation from the one set condition to the opposite set.”(3) Jenny is saying that we see everywhere examples of vibrations, oscillations, pulses, wave motions, pendulum motions, rhythmic courses of events, serial sequences, and their effects and actions. Throughout the book Jenny emphasises his conception that these phenomena and processes not be taken merely as subjects for mental analysis and theorizing. Only by trying to “enter into”phenomena through empirical and systematic investigation can we create mental structures capably of casting light on ultimate reality. He asks that we not “mix ourselves in with the phenomenon”but rather pay attention to it and allow it to lead us to the inherent and essential. He means that even the purest philosophical theory is nevertheless incapable of grasping the true existence and reality of it in full measure.

What Hans Jenny pointed out is the resemblance between the shapes and patterns we see around us in physical reality and the shapes and patterns he generated in his investgations. Jenny was convinced that biological evolution was a result of vibrations, and that their nature determined the ultimate outcome. He speculated that every cell had its own frequency and that a number of cells with the same frequency created a new frequency which was in harmony with the original, which in its turn possibly formed an organ that also created a new frequency in harmony with the two preceding ones. Jenny was saying that the key to understanding how we can heal the body with the help of tones lies in our understanding of how different frequencies influence genes, cells and various structures in the body. He also suggested that through the study of the human ear and larynx we would be able to come to a deeper understanding of the ultimate cause of vibrations.


In the closing chapter of the book Cymatics, Jenny sums up these phenomena in a three-part unity. The fundamental and generative power is in the vibration which, with its periodicity, sustains phenomena with its two poles. At one pole we have form, the figurative pattern. At the other is motion, the dynamic process.


These three fields – vibration and periodicity as the ground field, and form and motion as the two poles – constitute an indivisible whole, Jenny says, even though one can dominate sometimes. Does this trinity have something within science that corresponds? Yes, according to John Beaulieu, American polarity and music therapist. In his book Music and Sound in the Healing Arts,he draws a comparison between his own three-part structure, which in many respects resembles Jenny´s, and the conclusions researchers working with subatomic particles have reached. “There is a similarity between cymatic pictures and quantum particles. In both cases that which appeares to be a solid form is also a wave. They are both created and simultaneously organized by the principle of pulse (Read:principle of vibration). This is the great mystery with sound: there is no solidity! A form that appears solid is actually created by a underlying vibration.”(4) In an attempt to explain the unity in this dualism between wave and form, physics developed the quantum field theory, in which the quantum field, or in our terminology, the vibration, is understood as the one true reality, and the particle or form, and the wave or motion, are only two polar manifestations of the one reality, vibration, says Beaulieu.
In conclusion, I would like to cite Cathie E. Guzetta´s poetic contemplation of where the investigation of the relationship between sound and the arising of various life forms might lead us in the future: “The forms of snowflakes and faces of flowers may take on their shape because they are responding to some sound in nature. Likewise, it is possible that crystals, plants, and human beings may be, in some way, music that has taken on visible form.”(5)

Disclaimer! The quotes from Hans Jenny´s book Cymaticsis not exactly as they appear in the book. The reason for this is that the author of the article doesn´t have access to the book in question for the moment, but he´s working on it. Although the overall spirit and meaning of the quotes is accurate the responsibility lies totaly on the author.


  • Klein, Cecilia F.: “Woven Heaven, Tangled Earth: A Weaver´s Paradigm of the Mesoamerican Cosmos”, in Ethnoastronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the American Tropics, Ed. by Anthony P. Aveni and Gary Urton, Annals of the Academy of Science, Vol. 385, New York, 1982, p. 15
  • McClellan, Randall: The Healing Forces of Music: History, Theory and Practice, Element, Inc., 1991, p. 50
  • Jenny, Hans: Kymatik: Wellen und Schwingungen mit ihrer Struktur und Dynamik/Cymatics: The Structure and Dynamics of Waves and Vibrations, Basilius Press, 1967, p. 10
  • Beaulieu, John: Music and Sound in the Healing Arts, Station Hill Press, 1987, p. 40
  • Guzzetta, Cathie E.: Music Therapy: Nursing the Music of the Soul, in Music: Physician for the Times to Come, Campbell, Don (Editor), Quest Books, 1991, p. 149

Mind Over Matter

by Robert Baird

“Understanding the fact that we are essentially water is the key to uncovering the mysteries of the universe…”

Water Crystals Respond

Dr. Masaru Emoto (The Hidden Message in Water) has shown some really fantastic interactions not unlike Tiller’s experiments in lattice formation and interactions between mind and other energy around us.

“My efforts to photograph ice crystals and conduct research began to move ahead. Then one day the researcher – who was as caught up in the project as I – said something completely out of the blue: ‘Let’s see what happens when we expose the water to music.’

I knew that it was possible for the vibrations of music to have an effect on the water. I myself enjoy music immensely, and as a child had even had hopes of becoming a professional musician, and so I was all in favour of this off-the-wall experiment.

At first we had no idea what music we would use and under what conditions we would conduct the experiment. But after considerable trial and error, we reached the conclusion that the best method was probably the simplest – put a bottle of water on a table between two speakers and expose it to a volume at which a person might normally listen to music. We would also need to use the same water that we had used in previous experiments.

We first tried distilled water from a drugstore.

The results astounded us. Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, with its bright and clear tones, resulted in beautiful and well-formed crystals. Mozart’s 40th Symphony, a graceful prayer to beauty, created crystals that were delicate and elegant. And the crystals formed by exposure to Chopin’s Etude in E, Op. 10, No. 3, surprised us with their lovely detail.

All the classical music that we exposed the water to resulted in well-formed crystals with distinct characteristics. In contrast, the water exposed to violent heavy-metal music resulted in fragmented and malformed crystals at best.

Can words affect water, too?

But our experimenting didn’t stop there. We next thought about what would happen if we wrote words or phrases like ‘Thank you’ and ‘Fool’ on pieces of paper, and wrapped the paper around the bottles of water with the words facing in. It didn’t seem logical for water to ‘read’ the writing, understand the meaning, and change its form accordingly. But I knew from the experiment with music that strange things could happen. We felt as if we were explorers setting out on a journey through an unmapped jungle.

The results of the experiments didn’t disappoint us. Water exposed to ‘Thank you’ formed beautiful hexagonal crystals, but water exposed to the word ‘Fool’ produced crystals similar to the water exposed to heavy-metal music, malformed and fragmented.” (4)

  • What laws of science or lattice formation are at work here?
  • How connected is life and what amount of soul or ‘chhi’ is in all things?
  • Could the ancients and even more materialistic man of the present use these energies to find water or minerals?


The following quote is a review I found on for a book I have only read about but seems to confirm many other things. The book is written by a former Chair of Material Sciences at Stanford and I think it fits the work of Dr. Don Robins as well as other Intelligent Design researchers we have discussed.

“Mind Over Matter — Proven!, June 11, 2002
Reviewer: Dave Stein, Scientific Editor, Frontier Perspectives

In striking contrast with many books focused on next-generation physics, mathematics, biology, psychology, or medicine, Conscious Acts of Creation combines a brilliant theoretical model with several rigorous experiments that explore the influence of human intention on physical reality – in living as well as inanimate systems. It is in these convincing demonstrations that the principle “as above, so below” comes to life. Even more profoundly, the book establishes that repetition of the experiments in given locales can dramatically increase the power of the locales to reproduce the results – with some locales retaining their conditioning or “charge” for more than a year! These findings lend plausibility to that which mystics know as “sacred space.”

A postulated theoretical model provides a launch point for interpreting the experimental results. Its major cornerstone is an eight-dimensional biconformal base space with two four-dimensional, Fourier transform related subspaces. One subspace corresponds to our everyday world, whereas the other subspace is a reciprocal or inverse “etheric” space – roughly analogous to k-space but with additional postulated properties including superluminal “velocities” (presumably in inverse units) and interchanged roles of electricity and magnetism. The model incorporates nonlocality, a scientific principle that may someday prove to be the underpinning for phenomena such as parapsychology and distant healing. Furthermore, the authors note similarities between their model and models proposed by other scientists, some highly prominent. Granted, the model becomes more speculative when it associates even higher dimensionalities with emotion, mind, and spirit. Even then, however, it remains consistent with various esoteric teachings, and it may yet provide the empowering mechanism for manifestation of intention (where the two subspaces, in some ways mutually symmetric, appear to play asymmetric roles) and in otherwise connecting science with spirit. Readers who disagree with the postulated model will nonetheless benefit from the authors’ brilliant insights.

Mysticism aside, the postulated “mind over matter” mechanisms include a possible role for variation in atomic and molecular ground state energies. The observed space conditioning is discussed in the context of gauge symmetries. Rounding out the model are the insightful discussions of augmented electromagnetism (which the authors associate with Qi), inner self-management techniques such as Qi Gong and Yoga, and even the existence of two phases of liquid water. In Chapters 9 and 10, the authors become futurists as they suggest possible implications of reciprocal space engineering for medicine, pharmacology, communications, and manufacturing.

On the experimental side, the authors set the example in thoroughness and scientific rigor, although the in-depth discussion of the protocols as well as the order of topics may impact the book’s readability. A mitigating factor is the brilliant introduction to gauge theory and the elucidation of several other topics including self-sustained oscillations, crystallography, and reciprocal space. In fact, the book is a mini physics course that presents various principles of electromagnetism, thermodynamics, solid-state physics, and quantum mechanics in a readable and understandable way. Also included is a brilliant discussion of enzymes, coenzymes and the electron transport chain as they relate to the experiments.

Scientists, healers, and others who investigate or work with subtle energies will appreciate the authors’ insights on repeatability of experimental results. In the mainstream scientific community, replication of results is a test for credibility; yet consistent results in healing, dowsing, remote viewing, and ESP are often elusive. Armed with successful demonstrations of space conditioning, the authors shed new light on this longstanding issue – although they discuss other factors, both geocosmic and human, that can also impact repeatability of results.

Conscious Acts of Creation makes a convincing case that the powerful effects of intention and emotion can no longer be disregarded – in healing, in scientific research, or even in everyday life. The authors’ findings may indeed have profound consequences for the concept of scientific “objectivity.” More significantly, this book will take the reader beyond the realm of the everyday world and will expand one’s view of himself or herself as a co-creator of reality. It is for this reason that Conscious Acts of Creation is essential reading – not only for scientists, engineers, and health care practitioners (both mainstream and complementary) but also for others who seek to maximize their human experiences. Conscious Acts of Creation indeed heralds and points a way ahead for ‘the emergence of a new physics.’

Copyright Robert Baird
Author of Diverse Druids
Guest ‘author”‘ at
Columnist for The ES Press Magazine: Article Source:

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The Hidden Message in Water by Masaru Emoto

Book Description
The Hidden Messages in Water is an eye-opening theory showing how water is deeply connected to people’s individual and collective consciousness. Drawing from his own research, scientific researcher, healer, and popular lecturer Dr. Masaru Emoto describes the ability of water to absorb, hold, and even retransmit human feelings and emotions. Using high-speed photography, he found that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward it. Music, visual images, words written on paper, and photographs also have an impact on the crystal structure. Emoto theorizes that since water has the ability to receive a wide range of frequencies, it can also reflect the universe in this manner. He found that water from clear springs and water exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns, while polluted water and water exposed to negative thoughts forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. Emoto believes that since people are 70 percent water, and the Earth is 70 percent water, we can heal our planet and ourselves by consciously expressing love and goodwill.

From the Publisher
We are very pleased to be able to offer the first book published in the United States of Masaru Emoto’s work. We are also gratified by the overwhelming reception to this book. We have received calls from people of all backgrounds and interest who are fascinated and inspired by his research with water. Masaru always says in his lectures that he did not have any special training that led to his discovery of what is hidden in water. He says that he is only one small man doing this work–that we all have this potential in us. We hope that his work allows you to see the possibility of what one person can do that can affect the rest of the world. We thank the film makers of “What the Bleep Do We Know?” for spreading the word about Masaru’s work.Thank you also for your interest in Masaru Emoto’s work and your support of Independent publishing. –Cynthia Black, President, Beyond Words Publishing

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What is a Cymatic water-sound-motion?  

Water in a round cup, that is oscillating up and down with a certain frequency, will  react on this impulse with  waves on her surface.  The water oscillates up and down in the middle, like when a stone is thrown in a pool. Like there a ringwave will grow out, and is been followed by other circular waves, all with the same centre, so concentric.

When they meet the circular border (the cup), those waves will bounce back to the centre. Outgoing and backstreaming waves will influence each other, they interfere.
Then we turn the volume higher, and the water begins to dance, i bit like a hidden drumhead…

Vibrating of Circular Membranes

The vibration of a circular membrane , for exemple of a drum, bear resemblance to the general pattern in the watersurface (that forms a kind of membrane as well), namely one, two, three or more regular devided crests and troughs oscillating up and down.  On you can find an animation. And on wikipedia ,you can also see such a drumhead in oscillation.

Compare it with this film of a water surface oscillating in the same manner:

Watersoundimages can not simply be reduced to this because of several reasons:

  • A drum-membrane has a fixed boundary, while our waterdisc can glide free up and down the border of the cup, and that linear waterboundary will moreover wave in itself. (film…)
  • This watermembrane is much more flexible then a drummembrane, and can transform in very small details, small (regular) ripples, which travel arround over the global membrane, and superpose with each other. Their interference tops reflect the light to the camera.
  • The regular devision into 2, 3, 4, 5 sectors is probable caused by the global vibration like our drumhead.
  • So, unlike in a drummembrane, inside this general oscillation appear smaller patterns and details, moving over the surface, inside the general devisions. The whole figure can slowly or fast rotate as a whole, sometimes alternating left and right.
  • The watermembrane is “glued” on the watermass, which give other effects to the transformations of the surface then the air in a drum.
  • In a watersoundimage we generate a continues, regular impuls, the watermovements organise themselves into a regular pattern, even more time-changes appear in a metamorphosis that maintains regularity!

A drop of water (or mercury) that is brought into vibration, also will show spherical harmonic forms and formchanges. How should react a balloon or a soapbubble?

When we put a light right above the centre of our cup, and look to it or film it perpendicular, we see the watersurface  being devided in a regular way by several radials: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and so on. Like when you slice a (round) pizza in equal pieces. Spontaneously you start counting. The midpoint-angles between the radials are equal.          

This partition in equal sectors is almost the only thing that you can see with the naked eye, because everything happens so fast. The rest of the structures can only be seen clearly by photographing them, the changes by filming them. On such a foto you will see that inside a circle-sector all kind of patterns appear, and what is more, in all the sectors the same figure.

Hans Jenny, inventor and investigator of those wavephenomenon in water described them as a three-unity: the periodic, pulsating VIBRATION generates the two poles of FORM (figures, patterns, images, structure) and MOTION (dynamics,streaming, processes)

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 Links and Resources

  • — Cymascope John Stuart Reid
  • — Dolphin Research Jack Kassewitz
  • — Video of Cymatics of salt grains on vibrating square metal plate
  • — DIY Cymatics
  • — Rosslyn Chapel Cymatics Music Video on YouTube
  • — Cymatics Hexagon on North Pole of the planet Saturn
  • —  Beautiful Cymatics images & video capturing the interaction of sounds with liquids

Cymatics Related Videos

  • — Vibration Creates Form This is a clip from a David Icke Documentary called “Freedom Road
  • — Resonance Phenomena in 2D on a Plane The plane is vibrated…
  • — Cornstarch at 35-55hz A petri dish full of cornstarch and water, vibrated by a 35-55hz sine
  • — hexagon 19 flower of life standing wave liquid in infrasound … life flower hexagon cymatic faraday chladni .
  • — Cymatics on Saturn Saturn Hexagon Mystifies Scientists March 27, 2007
  • — resonance Dr. Hans Jenny in his study of Cymatics
  • — Magnetic Liquid is Crazy Take some magnetic liquid add a magnet, and you get instant cool
  • — Webs of Maya Victory!!! Our video has reached the number one spot on Google video
  • — Chladni Patterns on a Square Plate When sand is sprinkled on a vibrating square plate …
  • — The Rosslyn Stave Angel – Music Cipher The Rosslyn Stave Angel – Music Cipher
  • — ants,mice and alligators v cymatics The rhythm of the universe the wave of the future
  • — Cymatics – Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 1 of 3) Hans Jenny’s rare old video
  • — resonance3 Dr. Hans Jenny in his study of Cymatics
  • — Harmonics – Salt on a vibrating table Salt on a table, vibrating at different frequencies
  • — Hidden World: Cymatics The work of German photographer Alexander Lauterwasser is presented
  • — Sound Waves Seeing Sound Waves
  • — Cymatics, Metatron’s Cube, Love and Gratitude water crystal.
  • — diy synth cymatics water playing my synth through water
  • — Cymatics – Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 2 of 3) Hans Jenny’s rare old video.
  • — Beautiful Cymatics & Wave Phenomena Cymatics – the interaction of sound with liquids and materials
  • — (Cymatics) Sound Part 1 – Salt Sound and Vibration in salt crystals
  • — (Cymatics) Sound Part 5 – Cornstarch Sound and Vibration in a Cornstarch Solution … Sound vibration cymatics
  • — cymatics convection spiral secret ymatic faraday chladni convection
  • — Cymatic Non Newtonian Fluid Experiment A Non Newtonian fluid exposed to vibration can for interesting results.
  • — DIY projector Cheap way of having a cinema in you room! without shelling out hundreds of $$
  • — Acoustic water dance Simple sound experiment – I filled plastic cup with water and placed directly on speaker cone.
  • — Resonantie How a resonance has influence on rice
  • — Cymatacon 1 An experiment with sub bass tones and liquids
  • — Cymatics One: The Morning Star Weeps Cymatics is the study of wave phenomena.
  • — Sound and Salt See what happens when high frequency sound is exerted on grains of salt
  • — (Cymatics) Sound Part 4 – Water Sound and Vibration in Water
  • — (Cymatics) Sound Part 2 – Graphite Sound and Vibration in Graphite
  • — (Cymatics) Sound Part 3 – Glycerin Sound and Vibration in Glycerin
  • — Cymatics animating inert substances with audible sound
  • — Salt lake NT A physic experiment showing how different soundwaves really looksl
  • — Cymatic experiment A simple experiment demonstrating the visualisation of cymatics
  • — Cymatics – Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 3 of 3) Hans Jenny’s rare old video.
  • — Chladni Patterns – Adjust your volume! Chladni Patterns Two-dimensional standing waves
  • — The Art Of Sound Table that resonates with sound causing sand to form patterns


  1. Sacha says

    The work of Masaru Emoto, whom you quote as a reliable source, is “widely seen as pseudo-science”, as written on the Wikipedia page on his work ( It seems that he never shared his methods with the scientific community and only provided unverifiable conclusions to uncritical readers.

    I have a strong interest in the relationship between sound, psyche and matter, but I wonder if any real research can be found on this. I don’t know about the other researchers you mention, but Hans Jenny showing that vocalising Hebrew or Sanskrit words can result in the words forming themselves with sand seems extremely unlikely. If anybody could show this in a systematic way they would instantly become world-famous. It also seems very easy to disprove.

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  3. J.a says

    For sure the biological matrix that supports the building blocks of life do resonate to frequencies of different levels the results prove that structures can be made through the resonate fields, what if someday we could harness these matrix’s and use them for a wide range of applications to develop our understanding of harmonious systems that interact with cellular structures which would give us a better way for nature is the way to knowledge of existance.

  4. says

    Spiritual and esoteric leaders from all over the world have known since the beginning of history that the body, the material world and all of life can be manipulated through, words, sounds, music and vibration. Western science, in the form of theoretical physics and molecular biology, is now beginning to re-learn theses technologies. If you went and told a shaman from the Amazon jungle or a medicine man from the Hopi tribe or any other ‘primative’ culture about these new findings, they would only be suprised that we are just figuring these things out, as they have known for eons and have based all religions, and belief systems upon this knowledge of the cycles and forces of the universe. I have long thought that sound vibration was the key to unifying the field theory as Einstein so diligently tried to do.

    As a musician and singer of a band for ten years I learned about the multiple effects of sound vibrations that create emotions, that assist us in attaining and mastering altered states of consciousness, and ultimatelt understanding the cosmos and our place in them. With out an understanding of music and sound vibration the universe would not make sense to me. The ancient sages, when they left myths, stories of gods and other philosophies were leaving us signs in metaphoric form of these universal laws. This knowledge is all but lost to our civilizations except through a small number of healers, shaman, prophets, and medicine men who help to preserve this information, which is crucial for the moral evolution of humanity.

    Thank you for this website of information.

    Now we are starting to put the pieces together as a society

  5. Ab Asaff says

    The whole Universe vibrates. Light vibration is what gives us the ability to see it. The creation process started with light or sacred fire if you will, it was completed with manifest sound vibration, The Word, AUMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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