>still listening to the 440 hz jew
432 is a number that we find throughout nature. The more we divorce ourselves from nature, the more we will suffer. It's as simple as that. All of the music I listen to is at 432 hz, shouldn't you do the same?
>1584 + 432
>the mind unleashed
>front page has a post about the matrix
>the more we divorce ourselves from nature, the more we will suffer
>thinking life should be just about pleasure and that you can have it without pain
>falling for the 432 meme
>>thinking life should be just about pleasure and that you can have it without pain
>not wanting to improve upon life
>fucking metal listening emos should just an hero already.
>DO IT FAGGOT!
You should kill yourself promoting here your fucking shit blog, about shit conspiracy and heresy, you fucking sucks and this bullshit Chakra talk smell like dogshit.
GET THE FUCK OUTHERE
Probably bait, but I can't stand this 432 stuff. It's complete bullshit, but for some reason hippies buy into it. That picture doesn't say anything, no one ever says where in nature 432 appears, and the fact that all the music you listen to uses equal temperament tuning anyway invalidates any benefits that might have existed.
>Thinking this Nazi rhetoric is a real thing.
>actually thinking there is any difference in musical composition when using equal temperament western tuning.
In short, 432 tuning does nothing other than transpose pieces of music down a quarter step. Its simple mathematics.
432 does somewhat feel more harmonious and warmer, like it flows better.
That being said, maybe I (as well as the other anon in this thread) are just more capable of picking up the difference right now because we can listen to one, and then listen to another a fraction of a second later, giving us a good comparison.
But if we were to hear those pieces separately without any reference to the other one, in the middle of the day, I'm not sure we could really tell the difference.
Kind of like if you asked someone which of two colors is the brightest. It's obviously easier to tell wih the two colors next to each others, but would you notice if you house was painted one instead of another?