Everything in our world is a waveform (sometimes called pattern, or sine-wave signature) or could even be seen as sound. All things—your bodies, planets, absolutely everything—are waveforms. If you choose this particular way of looking at Reality and superimpose that view over the reality of the harmonics of music (an aspect of sound), we can begin to talk about different dimensions.
The dimensional levels are nothing but differing base-rate wavelengths. The only difference between this dimension and any other is the length of its basic waveform. It’s just like a television or radio set. When you turn the dial, you pick up a different wavelength. Then you get a different image on your TV screen or a different station on your radio. It’s exactly the same for dimensional levels.
This universe — and by that I mean all the stars and atoms going infinitely out and infinitely in forever—has a base wavelength of about 7.23 centimeters. You can pick any spot in this room and go infinitely in or infinitely out forever within this particular universe. In a spiritual sense this 7.23-cm wavelength is Om, the Hindu sound of the universe. Every object in this universe produces a sound according to its construction. Each object makes a unique sound. If you average the sounds of all the objects in this universe, this third dimension, you would get this 7.23-cm wavelength, and it would be the true sound of Om for this dimension.
This wavelength is also the exact average distance between our eyes, from the center of one pupil to the other—that is, if you take a hundred people and average them. It’s also the exact average distance from the tip of our chins to the tip of our noses, the distance across our palms and the distance between our chakras, to give a few more examples. This 7.23-cm length is located throughout our bodies in various ways because we are emerged within this particular universe, and it is embedded within us.
It was Bell Laboratories that discovered this wavelength, not some spiritual person sitting in a cave somewhere. When they first put up the microwave system that went around the United States and pulled the on switch, they found static in their system. You see, Bell Labs just happened to pick for the system’s sending frequency one slightly longer than seven centimeters. Why they chose that wavelength, I don’t know. They tried to find the static, looked through their equipment, and tried everything they could. First they thought it was coming from inside the Earth. Eventually they looked into the heavens and found it, and said, “Oh, no, it’s coming from everywhere!” In order to get rid of the static, they did something that we as a nation and a planet are still suffering from: They upped the power 50,000 times over what they would normally need, which created a very powerful field, so that the 7.23-cm wavelength coming from everywhere would not interfere.
For reasons such as the above, I believe that 7.23 centimeters is the wavelength of our universe, this third dimension. As you go up into dimensional levels, the wavelength gets shorter and shorter, with higher and higher energy. As you go down in dimensional levels, the wavelength gets longer and longer, with lower and lower energy, more and more dense. Just as with a piano, there’s a space between the notes, so that when you hit one note, there’s a very definite place where the next note is. In this waveform universe we exist in, there is a very definite place where the next dimensional level exists. It’s a specific wavelength relative to this one.
Musicians, music theorists and physicists discovered long ago that there are places between the notes called over-tones. Between each step of the chromatic scale there are twelve major overtones. (A group in California has discovered over 200 minor overtones between each note.)
If we show each note in the chromatic scale as a circle, we have thirteen circles. Each circle represents a white or black key and the shaded circle at the end would be the thirteenth note that begins the next octave. The black circle on this illustration represents the third dimension, our known universe, and the fourth circle, the fourth dimension.
The twelve major overtones between any two notes, or dimensions, are a replica of the larger pattern. It’s holographic. If you carry it further, between each overtone you’ll find another twelve overtones that replicate the whole pattern. It goes down and up literally forever. This is called a geometrical progression, only in harmonics. If you continue to study it, you’ll find that each of the unique musical scales that have been discovered produces a different octave of experience—more universes to explore!
You’ve probably heard people talk about the 144 dimensions and how the number 144 relates to other spiritual subjects. This is because there are twelve notes in an octave and twelve overtones between each note; and 12 x 12 = 144 dimensional levels between each octave. To be specific, there are 12 major dimensions and 132 minor dimensions within each octave (though in truth the progression goes on forever). This diagram represents one octave. The thirteenth note repeats, then there’s another octave above that one. There’s an octave of universes below this and an octave above, and it stretches on theoretically forever. So as big and as infinite as this universe seems (which is just an illusion any-way), there are still an infinite number of other ways to express the one Reality, and each dimension is experientially completely different from any other.
From the book “Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life” by Drunvalo Melchizedek