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  • I was having yet another conversation with the same person who helped me learn about the Key of D as 'my' home key. This time it was about ways to expand and evolve...from conscious to DNA. He suggested I contact the person from whom I got my Key of D forks, remembering that he ad developed a tuning fork for this specific purpose.

    So I gave Randy a call. "Yes," he said, "I do have forks for that purpose. But it's eleven forks...not one. The forks are calibrated to the frequencies of the different the rings of Saturn...using NASA data."

    Big investment, eleven forks with such a specific nature. So I decided not to purchase them.

    But almost immediately after I hung up, I already began to put some pieces together. Saturn and sound...and my upcoming Saturn Return in a couple of years. That only happens two or three times in one's life.

    So a couple of minutes later, I called him back and said I wanted them.

    When they arrived and I listened to them, my first impression was of how jarring and foreign sounding they are when played in combination. No 'harmonies' like those of my D forks.

    The actual frequency for each four decimal the name of the ring are imprinted right onto the forks themselves. Just by way of example, the imprint would be something like "Ring A-2" and "603.0582." This is not actual frequency as I have agreed to keep the frequencies to myself.

    This is what some of them sound like when put together in twos... The reasons for putting them together with each other are many. First, for this story, it's because they live together as they surround Saturn.

    [Photo by Barbara, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2012]
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