Music, Health and Quantum Physics

Music man, David Van Koevering

musicThe late Dr. David Van Koevering was a musicologist and a specialist in quantum physics. He owned over 600 patents — most of them relating to music.

One of his latest inventions may make huge changes in the area of human health. It is the table of elements synthesizer. It tunes the frequencies and frequency partials to the atomic weight vibration of the elements that make up the human body.

When playing this music you will be causing your body to resonate with your original design set of frequencies. The fundamental frequencies have been embellished with frequency tuned melodic phrases and textures that help the listener relax and absorb the frequencies into their bodies.

musicThe human body is composed of 31 elements. 11 are referred to as abundant elements. The 20 referred to as trace elements are very small in amount. Sickness and disease are distortions of the frequencies of these elements.

Dr. Van Koevering was hoping that listening to music played on the synthesizer will cause disease to be reversed.

To help understand what Dr. Van Koevering was talking about, it helps to do a small study of quantum physics and string theory.

(Quantum means the smallest possible discrete unit of any physical property, such as energy or matter.)

Quantum physics & string theory

These theories state that we are made up of

♦ atoms which are made up of
♦ electrons, protons and neutrons . These in turn are made up of
♦ quarks which are made up of
♦ superstrings .

Different superstrings vibrate at different frequencies. (See the TED video for more information on this.)

musicMany people limit their thinking to the four common dimensions of length, width, height and time. To appreciate the TED video, you will have to be prepared the accept the possibility of eleven dimensions.

Dr. Van Koevering believed that superstrings (and therefore all matter) are the vibration that God spoke into existence when He called all matter to be. God spoke the frequency of each element of the table of elements, atoms, and even the superstrings.

Physicist Brian Greene talks about string theory on TED talk..

Watch Quantum Healing, a TV interview between David Van Koevering and Patricia King.

Watch Sounds and Colors of God, a TV interview between David Van Koevering and Patricia King.

Quantum physics for the layman — consider the book below.

In Search of Schrödinger’s Cat

Quantum theory is so shocking that Einstein could not bring himself to accept it. It is so important that it provides the fundamental underpinning of all modern sciences. Without it, we’d have no nuclear power or nuclear weapons, no TV, no computers. There would be no science of molecular biology, no understanding of DNA and no genetic engineering.

In Search of Schrödinger’s Cat tells the complete story of quantum mechanics. It’s a truth stranger than any fiction. John Gribbin takes us step by step into an ever more bizarre and fascinating place. It just requires that we approach it with an open mind.

He introduces the scientists who developed quantum theory. He investigates the atom, radiation, time travel, the birth of the universe, superconductors and life itself. And in a world full of its own delights, mysteries and surprises, he searches for Schrodinger’s Cat — a search for quantum reality — as he brings every reader to a clear understanding of the most important area of scientific study today — quantum physics. In Search of Schrödinger’s Cat is a fascinating and delightful introduction to the strange world of the quantum — an essential element in understanding today’s world.

Editor’s notes

After studying quantum physics over the past few weeks, this is what I believe:

♦ When God said, ” Let there be light “, I believe that superstrings were created.
♦ Then superstrings come together to form quarks which combined to form larger subatomic particles which combined to form atoms.
♦ These superstrings are moving so fast that they create the properties of solid objects.
♦ Because some superstrings move faster than light, they can carry thoughts from the past and from the future.
♦ A consequence of this is that we can create our own reality.
♦ If we speak negative thoughts, we can create a negative reality. If we speak positive thoughts, we can create a positive reality.

Quantum Physics, a Discussion with David Van Koevering


The late David Van Koevering discussed quantum physics with Patricia King. He discussed ideas like


♦ atoms can be divided into
♦ electrons, photons & neutrons which in turn are divided into
♦ quarks which in turn are divided into
♦ superstrings.

This is according to a quantum physics theory called string theory. This theory requires you to accept the fact that there are eleven dimensions rather than the four we are used to:

♦ Length,
♦ Width,
♦ Height and
♦ Time.

In the interview with Patricia King below, David Van Koevering theorized that at least one of these superstrings travels faster than the speed of light. This means that it would pass through time. This in turn would give one explanation as to why people sometimes dream future events. The superstring simply brings people the memory of a future event.

Danger of Negative Speaking

It may also help explain how we can create our own reality. If we think and speak negatively, we can accept a negative thought that is on a trajectory through time.

If we think and speak positively, we can accept a positive thought that is on a trajectory through time. It is a fact that we can create reality with our thoughts and spoken words. Life and death are in the power of the tongue.     Proverbs 18:21a.

We’re interrelated

Quantum physics could convince you that reality is much different from what you thought it was before you studied the subject. For instance, consider quantum entanglement. This state occurs when particles such as photons, electrons and molecules interact physically and then become separated.

In experiments particles have been together so that the action of one affects the actions of the other. Then, after they are separated by over 100 km, a change in action of one still IMMEDIATELY affects the action of the other particle.

This concept is used in commercial applications of quantum physics.

Watch the television interview between David Van Koevering & Patrica King.

For more information, watch this
YouTube animated video.

Double slit experiment

You may have heard David Van Koevering speak about the double slit experiment. This experiment showed that the appearance of something can change depending upon the perception of the observer. For more information, watch the
double slit experiment cartoon below.

Faster than the speed of light

The idea of traveling faster than the speed of light can refer to the ideas of

  • Creative light &
  • Created light.

Creative light refers to the word God spoke when He created the universe. He spoke with the speed of creative light. One of the things created was the slower created light that travels at approximately 186,000 miles per second.

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