Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast,
To soften Rocks, or bend a knotted Oak.
I've read, that things inanimate have mov'd,
And, as with living Souls, have been inform'd,
By Magick Numbers and persuasive Sound."
William Congreve (1670-1729) English Playwright and Poet
from the play The Mourning Bride, written in 1697.
Health Through Music
As we have continued to research the music we have generated from the Torah and the Tenach, we have been getting reports of people getting significant help when they turn the music on and play it in their houses during the day. One of the most interesting reports came from a man who allegedly contracted the Swine (H1N1) Flu. He was so sick he had trouble getting out of bed. He did though, and stumbled over to his computer and turned on the music. Within 30 minutes, he stopped vomiting and was able to rest in his bed and get some sleep. By the next morning, he was fine and going back to work. When we inquired further, we found out that he had just played the first two chapters of Genesis a couple of times before he started getting relief.
While this testimonial can't in any way be considered medical research, we cannot overlook what happened. We have read reports of what these influenza viruses have done in Eastern Europe and other locations. Therefore, we have decided to upload a simple Music of Heaven-Creation file that people can download for free. Just right-click on the button below and save the file to your local drive. Then just load this file into your computer's Media player and play it out the window. If this works right, you should see some results in a few hours.
Free File Downloads - The Music of Creation
We offer a variety of formats to download our Music of Creation files, based in part on the quality of music and the capabilities of the Internet Connection your computer has. Unless otherwise stated, all of these files are recorded at 44.1 Mhz, which is above CD quality. To download these files, right-click on the hyper-links and select a location to download them to your computer.
Dial-up Music Files
If you have a dial-up connection, we would suggest downloading one of the following files:
Otherwise, your downloads will take too long and the risk for parity errors is rather high. If you want to download the larger files, we would suggest that you find someone with a high-speed Internet connection and ask them to download the files for you. They can then give them to you on a CD, DVD or even a "Jump Drive" or "Pen Drive."
Medium-Speed DSL or Cable Connection
There are several High-Speed Internet connections now used by computer users. If your connection is less than 1 Megabyte Per second, either download one of the two files listed above or download one of these files:
320 BPS MP3 File (Medium Quality Download) Download size = 27.82 Megabytes
16-Bit Windows Media File (Medium-High Quality Download) Download size = 51.94 Megabytes
High-Speed Internet Music Files
If your High-Speed Internet connection is greater than 10 Gigabita per second, you might be interested on our high-quality downloads:
All WMA (Windows Media) and MP3 files will play on most media players, while FLAC files are only known to play on WinAMP media players. They may work on other media players, but we are unaware of any at the moment.
We would appreciate any and all reports on how well this music works, even if it does not work at all. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how well this file is working.
Check back from time to time, as we will be updating this file as we do more research. Remember, this research is not done for free. We rely upon your contributions to continue this work.