In A Nutshell
There are a lot of people that say they don’t like modern music. According to Leonard Horowitz, that’s for a very good reason. After the world adopted a standardized tuning frequency of A = 440 Hz, we all started to get a little out of sync with the natural world, which vibrates on a slightly different scale. So why adopt this odd frequency? Because the Illuminati and the Rockefellers are using it to weaponize music and push us along the road to a species-wide cleansing under Illuminati rule. Duh.
The Whole Bushel
There are some conspiracy theorists that put so much time, effort, and thought into their theories that they’re almost hypnotic.
According to author, anti-vaccination proponent, and conspiracy fan Leonard Horowitz, there’s an incredibly simple and incredibly insidious reason for all the anxiety and hostility in the world today. Chances are good that you might be exposed to it right now . . . and that’s just what they want.
Horowitz calls it the “military commercialization of music,” and he’s talking about the establishment of A = 440 Hz as a standard for tuning instruments. He claims that the most natural frequency is A = 444 Hz, as that’s the scale that everything else in the world vibrates at. When we deviate from that, we feel unnatural, anxious, aggressive, and angry without entirely knowing why.
And, let’s be honest, that describes a lot of the population for a lot of the time.
We may even be able to see how this might be accurate, at least to a point. Different music certainly makes us feel different ways. Whether we’re listening to classical or death metal, there’s a very clear way that music can impact our moods and feelings.
Horowitz doesn’t stop there, though. According to his theory, the Rockfeller Foundation, which was in league with Mayer Amschel Bauer (Rothschild), creator and founder of the Illuminati, started investigating the different frequencies of music with the idea of weaponizing them. They wanted to know how they could control large portions of the population with music, making people feel angry or sad, and how they could create scenes of nothing less than mass hysteria.
Needless to say, there were research grants and studies, funding and programs, all coming to a head during World War II and leading to a sort of musical weapon that was developed alongside the more well-known atomic bomb.
It all led to the use of weaponized frequencies during wartime, but Horowitz says that it continued well beyond that. The slightly distressing, slightly off frequency of A = 440 Hz became the world’s standard for tuning instruments, not in spite of its emotional connection, but because of it.
The best examples of the power of musical frequency can be seen in crowd settings, like concerts, Horowitz says. It’s why women were falling all over themselves seeing The Beatles in concert, and it’s why concerts are still largely emotional events, in one form or another.
It hasn’t gone unused, either. Horowitz says that various military units all over the world are using the frequency when a situation calls for some serious crowd control. The US Navy, along with big companies like RCA and GE, were all a part of creating this massive network, he claims, and in the end, it’s all about carrying out of the Rockefeller’s core causes: eugenics and the cleansing of the population.
The Rockefeller family, along with other well-known names in American history, were outspoken supporters of the eugenics movement well before it fell into the ideology of the Nazis. And, according to Horowitz, their partnership with the Illuminati led to the development of something that the Nazis never perfected—crowd control with music.
It’s why so many people find modern music so annoying, he says. There’s something vaguely unsettling about it, and that’s because we know that it’s quite literally interfering with the harmony of nature and everything within it . . . slowly driving us all to the brink of an Illuminati-controlled cleansing.
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