Pythagoras and the doctrine of harmony

The origin of the word “harmony” is a verb with the meaning “to organize and add”. The original meaning of the word “harmony” as Pythagoras and his followers designed it, is order, assembled from sound and number, effluent into a harmony of the world (cosmos).

The basic philosophy of Pythagoras can be summarized as follows: “the whole universe is harmony and number.” In addition, the Greek word harmony has another meaning: it can also be a musical interval, more precisely an octave. The special feature of the octave is the fact that it includes all tones and always repeats itself continuously from low to high.

For their studies, the Pythagoreans mainly used a measuring instrument that has become known as “monochord”. This is a wooden box on which lengthwise stings are stretched, similar to a stringed instrument. Under the strings chevalets could be moved freely and different lengths could be measured.

With the help of his device it has been demonstrated well that there is reciprocity of side lengths and frequencies (sound).

Probably an exact analogy between a sensation and a scientific mathematical relationship is unique.

Because we all grew up with the fact that our senses as our connection to the world appear to obviously be something very subjective. This idea is, for example, also nominally expressed by everyday wisdom like, “it is in the eye of the beholder”. The amazing discovery of the fact that listening is able to capture an exact law turns this conception upside down.

To gain an understanding of the functioning of the harmonic frequency therapy according to Baklayan®, the following fact, which, by the way each musical-instrument maker knows, should be well-known as the production of all musical instruments is based on this principle:

The ratio of 1 to ½ represents a doubling of frequency and thus the same note of the next octave. Such mathematical ratios apply equally to all remaining notes of an octave.

The G is located in relation to C at a third of the string length; it therefore corresponds to the ratio of one to three: 1/3. The other tones of the octave are likewise based on mathematically harmonious relations.

Table of intervals

Interval Octave Fifth Major third Minor third Fourth Minor sixth Major sixth Whole tone
Frequency ratio 2:1 3:2 5:4 6:5 4:3 8:5 5:3 9:8

Natural health professional Baklayan was convinced that the body with all its meridian systems and organs in its functioning would consist of such proportionalities as well. In 20 years of research, he made it his mission to prove this relationship. He finally managed to succeed in 2010 and then published his findings.

A breakthrough was determining the meridian fundamental frequencies. This results in the 24 frequencies of the Diamond Shield program.

Because of their safety and effectiveness, these frequencies could serve as a starting point for further considerations.

After nearly 20 years of research, he became aware of two facts that were actually long known:

  1. that there are twelve main meridians
  2. that there are 12 tones within an octave, if you count the semitones as well.

In addition, the traditional Chinese medicine has known for thousands of years, that the transfer of energy from one meridian to another follows a carefully defined sequence. This phenomenon has mainly gained reputation in the West through the chinese organ clock. In order to determine the frequency spectrum of each meridian, the frequency in the meridians, of both, the starting point and the end point, needed to be defined. After creating a table that defines, so to speak, 25 levels from bottom to top, it became clear that each of these levels in itself contains a complete application system for the well-being of the body:

  • psychosomatic level
  • control level
  • organ level
  • meridian level
  • chakra level
  • vegetative level
  • organ detox level