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Cymatic Ripples

From Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
August 5, 2013

Cymatic Ripples by ZS Livingstone (Aug. 5, 2013)

A woman shared the Cassini 2006 photos of Saturn's six sided polar vortex [hexagon cloud pattern]. The article attached to the photo included speculation that the 18,000 mile structure in the gases at the poles was created by a tone reverberating through Saturn. The article called it a Cymatic pattern. The frequency would be very low, but very powerful.

Saturn Cymatic Hexagon from CasinniSaturn hexagon image from Casinni 2006

There is a Cymatic Ripple pattern on the Pacific Ocean at the equator.

Cold currents flow up the west coast of South America and then go westward across the Pacific at the equator. There is a ripple pattern of cold currents spiralling with the warmer currents north of the equator. It has a definite frequency to it. The wave length is easily a thousand miles. This is a Cymatic pattern just like Saturn's polar vortex.

Since the medium is water and the speed of sound in water is 4900 feet per second at
80 degrees F.,

Then "c" = 0.928 miles per second

As "c" = frequency multiplied by wavelength

"c" = frequency multiplied by 1000 miles

Frequency = 0.000928 cycles per second

It takes eighteen minutes to complete one wavelength [one complete wave oscillation cycle].

At this extremely low frequency, there is power to create one thousand mile vortices in ocean water. There is huge power at low frequencies.

The source of this frequency would most likely be from the sun and its solar winds.

Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone

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