Capsule History: over 2,500 years of recorded usage of sound and acoustic principles, since the
time of Pythagoras, are described by numerous authors and researchers. Pythagoras is reported to
have studied in the mystery schools of Egypt which passed down traditions from much earlier
times in Sumeria. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, notable scientists and researchers such
as Hermann Helmholtz, John Keely, Royal Rife, Albert Abrams, Hulda C lark, Robert Monroe,
Robert Sewak and Barbara Hero, to name a few, have contributed their findings and described
the common ideas and fundamentals of vibrational healing, in the public domain.
Paraphrase of a revealing idea: If someone takes the work of another as their own, it is called
plagiarism. If someone takes the work of many others, it is called research. This later idea is
exemplified in many scientific endeavors, but it is notably evident in some branches of sound
therapy. This brief summary is intended to point out the origins of the fundamental concepts of
sound therapy or vibrational healing and give credit where credit is deserved.
There are no totally new ideas under the sun, only rediscovery of ancient and/or universal
principles. If we all ow one person to claim or own the work of others who actually made the
discoveries, then we set the stage to have the work withdrawn or destroyed. Hulda Clark
displayed great insight and instinct in publishing her work before it could be confiscated by the
same forces that destroyed Royal Rife, Albert Abrams and others.
The force of necessity always prompts those “under the gun” to make critical decisions. One
could choose to ignore the threats and continue their course, or one could go into hiding, or one
could take a defensive position hoping to ward off the threats and attacks. Generally, these ways
of dealing with “the gun” have proven both costly and unsuccessful.
One could also go on the offensive, declaring the sources known to exist in the public domain to
disarm “the gun”. By revealing the actual sources, technology can be discussed, independent
evaluations can be made, and hopefully, technology can progress towards a scientific basis. This
is the approach of the authors and others associated with sound therapy…