440Hz Vs. 432Hz, and why?

Today’s conventional music defines A by frequency of 440Hz, and everything else is derivatives of this frequency. There are, however, people who will change this. i.e., to change the A to be represented by 432Hz.

Many arguments are presented by these two groups to convince others of their cause. People Claim lots of things; some say that the brain has a better advantage of 432Hz and 440Hz cause violence and stress. I don’t want to go into these discussions. I believe if you are interested in this aspect of the discussion, you can investigate yourself. I will show you instead of an aspect of these, which is more mysterious.

There are many YouTube videos and articles on the internet about the subject. However, one thing which caught my attention was the digit root of the 432Hz. You may ask, what is the digit root?

I will try to explain this by an example. Consider the number 25987. Suppose you consider each number without its position value. i.e., consider that each digit has the same position value. We can then make the following equation.

2+5+9+8+7, the sum of these numbers will give us 31; since we are looking for a digit root, we continue 3+1 with give us 4. The digit root for 25987 is 4. (I know this is confusing, but please bear with me.).

Now consider the digit root for 432. You have 4+3+2, which gives you 9.

If you research a bit on the internet you will find out that numbers 3, 6, and 9 consider being somewhat mystical. (Even tesla believe that understanding these three numbers will give you the knowledge of the universe.)

Please consider the figures below:

Nothing strange; really, it is simple trigonometry. A circle has 360 degrees. If you divide the circle to half, each part will have 180 degrees. If we continue dividing the circle to 4 and 8 pieces.  You will get 90 degrees and 45 degrees for each piece of the pie.

Below are the digit roots of these operations. We can continue to eternity, and the result will be the same.

As you can see, after each operation, the digit root is 9. SI this a coincident, or there is a divine purpose in it. I don’t know but find the subject interesting, especially when I noticed that the digit root of the 432Hz is 9. I feel better when I listen to music, which is tuned with 432hz. Unfortunately, you can not find much music out there tuned with this frequency.

Do you want to hear something, stranger? Number 9 plus any number will return the same number as digit root. It is like number 9 is not there at all.

Let me show this with an example.

9+3=12=> 1+2=3 9 plus 3 give us 12, and the digit root for 12 is three i.e., the same number with 9 was added to. Another example 9+5=14 => 1+4 =5. Do you see what I mean?  I am not sure if one can decide if 432Hz is a better frequency just because of this article, but it makes you think. Isn’t it?

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