This is an awesome concept and it has to do with vibrational resonances, specifically B flat and the Heart Chakra.
there is a black hole at the center of a galaxy way off in the solar system that has been beaming Earth with the constant musical equivalent of B flat.
has multiple components that recently came together in a conversation about the persuasive power of music, but I don’t’ want to delve too deep into that topic because that’s a whole other rabbit hole. However, holes are an intricate piece to this puzzle, specifically Black Holes and this is where the insight begins.
According to some astronomers in England, there is a black hole at the center of a galaxy way off in the solar system that has been beaming Earth with the constant musical equivalent of B flat. However, we can’t hear it because it is way out of our perceptual range, there is no doubt that we can feel it, and that constant vibration has been at the essence of every life experience ever.
The other interesting part
was brought to me an interview with the musician Mason Jennings, and if you haven’t ever heard his music, I highly recommend it. Like many of my favorite artists though, it wasn’t something I was completely drawn to at first. But as my auditory relationship progressed with his music, I realized what it is I love about his music. It comes from the heart, and as he explains in this interview, he has tapped into this idea with one of his songs “I love you and Buddha too,” which he wrote in the key of B Flat. According to the interview with Jennings, if you look at love songs from a historical stand point, many of those songs were also written in the magical key of B Flat, and as it turns out, the heart chakra resonates on the same frequencies, but more than romantic love the heart chakra is the source of universal love, compassion, empathy and an inner abundance.