http://www.cymaticsconference.comSounds Made Visible –
CymaScope inventor John Stuart Reid
See the Sacred Geometry of the Stars and Sounds of our Cells
Nov 6-8, 2015 in Atlanta, GA
From the cosmos to the cellular level–see “sound made visible!” with acoustic physics researcher and inventor John Stuart Reid, at the Cymatics Conference in Atlanta!
Saturday, November 7, Atlanta, GA~John Stuart Reid presents an overview of his investigation into the healing aspects of audible sound. He will share details of his work that spans almost two decades and begins with a seemingly miraculous healing of his lower back during acoustics experiments in the Great Pyramid. The experiments were so successful that he was inspired to design a new type of scientific instrument that could make sound visible—the CymaScope—and now he has developed a new version of this instrument, a miniature CymaScope, so small it fits under the objective lens of a powerful Nikon microscope. The results of his work in rendering audible sound visible in the microscopic realm have led him to exciting conclusions that he will be sharing during his talk.
See the Sounds of the Stars, Sounds at the Cellular Level — From the cosmos to the cellular level–see “sound made visible!” with acoustic physics researcher and inventor John Stuart Reid, at the Cymatics Conference in Atlanta!
November 5-8, 2015, Atlanta, GA www.CymaticsConference.com
Howard Levy—Multiple Grammy Award Winner heard regularly on PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION (www.levyland.com/).
John Stuart Reid—Acoustic physics researcher, inventor of the Cymascope, an instrument that makes sound visible (http://www.cymascope.com/).
Gabriel Kelemen—Professor of Art History & Design at West University, Timisoara, Romania
Kate Holland—Atlanta choreographer, yoga teacher and sound therapist, premiering “Dreaming Paradise” who has groundbreaking work with war veterans and Alzheimer’s patients.
Sue Raimond—Harpist, author, filmmaker provides music to soothe our four-legged and winged friends (http://petpause2000.com/).
Sarajane Williams—Harpist and nurse (she runs a cardiac catheterization clinic in New Jersey) will both perform live (Friday night) and lecture on Vibraacoutic Harp Therapy on Saturday’s program (http://www.vibroacousticharp.com/).
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