The Integratron Experience
During my visit to the Yucca Valley in California in September 2011 last year, I had the unique experience of a Sound bath at the Integratron, not far from where my daughter lives in the Yucca Valley and who organized the trip to the Integratron. Looks like she thought I could do with a bit of rejuvenating my aging cells. Well that is what the Integratron is supposed to do, recharging the human cells like recharging a battery. The theory as I understand is that the since we are a mass of DNA, the spiral structure of the DNA will respond and vibrate in sympathy with multiwave sound frequencies that it can sympathise with. Each of the body cells may sympathise with a different frequency and hence the Multiwave frequency bath produced by vibrating crystal quartz bowls of various sizes and frequencies are designed to do just that. The theory was mooted by George Lakhovsky and termed the Multiwave Oscillator for healing. This is an excerpt from the Integratron website. “…Lakhovsky pointed out that all cells capable of reproduction contain in their nuclei “filaments” of highly conductive material surrounded by insulating media. This filament, which may be the RNA-DNA complex, is always in the form of a spiral or helix, in other words, a coil. Therefore, each will react as a tuned circuit if its resonant frequency can be approximated by an external oscillating coil…” It is a fascinating place.
There is lots of interesting information regarding the Integratron and I do not intend to reproduce it here. For those who are technically minded and need to know the basics and the theory of the rejuvenation process, here is the Link. http://www.integratron.com/Welcome.html
As you approach the Integratron, the first impression is that of a mini observatory. I have added a few photos at the bottom of the page.
The “sound bath” experience is truly fascinating. The sound is created by gently rubbing the inside edges of specially manufactured 99% pure quartz crystal bowls of various sizes, with what appeared to be rubber stoppers that you normally find on the ends of steel chairs and tables and attached to a small stick. During the half hour of being immersed in these sounds inside an elliptical chamber, that looked like the upper half of an egg shell made entirely of word and glued together without a single nail, I must have dozed off. At some point during the sound bath your body seems to get attuned and I closed my jaws tight, afraid my fillings would drop out! When I woke up I must agree, that I felt really relaxed. Do the sounds put you to sleep like some Mothers hum their babies to sleep? There may be some merit in that. It brought back memories of my time in India. The bathroom we had was merely four walls and a shower. The bathroom singer that I usually am, did produce at certain notes a tremendous vibration that engulfed your whole body. It was a fascinating experience then, to keep humming that note and experience those vibrations. I suppose the only difference is, whilst the air in the bathroom vibrates to the frequency of a particular note the frequencies to have the cells in your body vibrate in sympathy will be drawn from the range of multi wave frequencies that the Integratron sound bowls produces.
The bowls themselves are precisely crafted to represent the musical C scale with a few sharps (I think, I did not note it down).
So, if you ever go down to the Moronga Basin, Yucca Valley, Palm Springs, or Joshua tree in the high country, a visit to this interesting place associated with UFO’s, the US Military and an assumed German Spy, is worth a visit. As with vibrating sounds, Australia’s didgeridoos have also had an experience in this unique chamber of sound.
A model of the Integratron that shows the energy capturing diopters and its transmission to the coils below the first floor.
The coils below the first floor
The Alumnium Diopters on a ring that rotates on a cushion of air.
The Quartz Crystal Bowls and exciting sticks.
Offerings from Visitors to the Centre.
The mattress you lie on – for the Sound Bath.
The Morongo Basin – and the places to visit.
I would go again if I visit that part of California.
The Morongo Basin