are often lost to the mists of time; such is the case with the birth of (hu)man
and ‘mother’ Earth (this planet we find ourselves inhabiting). Various
disparate cultural beliefs tell stories of how (hu)man ‘evolved’ on Earth, and
how this planet we call ‘home’ came to be. They fill countless tombs, that are
often contradictory, though many seem to follow a ‘golden’ thread of truth. The
telling of those tales is not the story that follows (for such a tale, to be
truthful, has been well articulated elsewhere), instead this is the tale of how
(hu)man is ‘integral’ to any observation of Earth and likewise, Earth (nature
and the planets) are integral to any proper and full ‘understanding’ of (hu)man.
We are the story of Earth; this planet tells our tale.

forces of ‘nature’ are mirrored within us. They take the form of ‘fractals’
(geometric patterns that repeat in/over scale to produce similar, often
irregular, shapes and forms), in the same way that ‘sacred’ geometry is present
within (hu)man, nature and the cosmos. These fractals are mostly absent within
our ‘man-made’ environment(s) (which by-and-large lack any aesthetic beauty, or
‘true’ geometry, in place of only pure functionality), however they are found
everywhere in nature (and within (hu)man’s ‘physical’ body). Therefore, they
can be said to be part of the ‘foundation’ of all creation, and life (at least
‘natural’ life, not created by (hu)man). There is a view/belief that (hu)man’s
‘observation’ of (particular) fractals produces a ‘beneficial’ effect in terms
of our health and wellbeing. It is as if (hu)man has a predisposition towards
reacting ‘positively’ to/with nature.

this ‘modern’ world, exposure to nature has been massively reduced in most of
our lives, as a result (hu)man is progressively becoming deprived (removed
from) the ‘restorative’ healing and calming effect of nature. We find ourselves
subject to an increase in ‘stress’ from the lives we lead, often to ‘unhealthy’
and ‘harmful’ levels. This has a ‘negative’ effect, not only at an individual
level, but also across our communities and society as a whole. In fact, there
has been a plethora of medical research on this ‘phenomena’ – how prolonged
levels of stress causes increased blood pressure, ‘energy’ depletion, decreased
cognitive function, even a reduced immune system. But research has also shown
that this negative impact from stress can be very quickly reversed by looking
at and immersing ourselves in ‘nature’. This is due to the very ‘geometry’ of
nature (the fractals), and their relationship within (hu)man. It appears that
our ‘mind’ possesses an inherent propensity for recognising and ‘resonating’
with nature’s fractals.

and (hu)man are more connected than most modern ‘science’ likes to acknowledge.
We are a product of our ‘environment’. Throughout history (hu)man has been
influenced by the geographical locations they ‘inhabit’. We are literally
shaped in accordance with our ‘habitat’ – Earth. We are intimately connected.
In fact (hu)man’s ‘physical’ body is similar to Earth in many ways. For a start
we are both comprised predominantly of the element of ‘Water’, just as the
streams and rivers that criss-cross this planet play an important role in
sustaining ‘life’ by carrying this water, so too does the circulatory system
(veins and arteries) within (hu)man carry ‘Blood’ throughout our bodies keeping
us ‘alive’. We are thus both comprised of the same ‘Elements’, the trees are
said to be the ‘lungs’ of the Earth providing the ‘Air’ we breath (as can be
seen from the image above), our lungs clearly resemble their ‘Earthly’
counterpart. Unsurprisingly, our life support systems are the same – the
respiratory, nervous, musculoskeletal, reproductive, digestive, and immune
systems of (hu)man, are mirrored on Earth (in one form or another), and both
rely on the balance/stability of the elements – Air, Water, Earth (land), and
Fire (heat) in order to survive. According to the words of our old friend

“Medicine rests upon four pillars – philosophy,
astronomy, alchemy, and ethics. The first pillar is the philosophical knowledge
of earth and water; the second, astronomy, supplies its full understanding of
that which is fiery and airy nature; the third is an adequate explanation of
the properties of all the four elements – that is to say, of the whole cosmos –
and an introduction into the art of their transformations; and finally, the
fourth shows the physician those virtues which must stay with him up until his
death, and it should support and complete the three other pillars”.

of (hu)man, across countless cultures and civilisations, have known this simple
fact (living their lives in ‘accordance’ with the Earth and the elements), and
have also been aware of the significance of ‘Astrology’ in relation to our
growth within the womb, the organs and parts of (hu)man’s body, the food we
consume, and the diseases we face, thus resulting in – ‘medicine’. The planets
represent forces (or ‘energies’) loose on/across Earth, in the same way that
diseases are represented by ‘harmful’ energies loose in this world – as a
result diseases came to be understood as the ‘manifestations’ of planetary
energies (waves/frequencies). But, after about 1700 the medical profession (and
(hu)man in general) paid less and less attention to such matters, and the term
‘Medical Astrology’ soon became debased, linked to occultism, and came into
disrepute and was shunned. But applying Astrology to medicine has ancient
roots, it is fair to say that Astrology ‘dominated’ practically everything
within (hu)man’s life for a long period of time – many systems of knowledge
depended upon it, and it would shape entire worldviews. Although today (like
the truth about creation), such knowledge has been lost to the mists of time,
and no longer form a basis for ‘healing’.

planets have ‘rulership’ over (hu)man’s physical body. In brief: Our brain and
nerves are ruled by Mercury, our heart by the Sun, our arteries by Mars, our
veins by Saturn, our respiratory system by Mercury, our digestive system by
Venus, our endocrine system by Neptune and Uranus, our kidneys are ruled by
Venus, whilst our Liver is ruled by Jupiter, our reproduction system by both
Venus and Mars (the testes by Pluto, the ovaries by the Moon), our muscles by
Mars, our skin by Saturn (along with our bones and skeletal system), and our
teeth and nails are ruled by Mars and Saturn. Ancient Astrologers also assigned
the signs of the Zodiac to rule over particular ‘parts’ of the body, although
for this story we will focus on the planets.

these words, we can conclude, that the Sun ‘governs’ the flow of energy
throughout (hu)man’s body and does this by ‘ruling’ the heart function,
circulation, and vitality. The Moon governs the fluid within our body (in the
same way the Moon controls the tides), and ‘influences’ water retention, blood
flow, cellular moisture, and digestive motion. Mercury governs mental
functions, promoting creative thought and intellect, as well as the
‘calculations’ of the brain (including (hu)man’s automatic body functions – breathing
and blinking). It is rational to conclude that whilst the Moon governs
digestive ‘motion’, Mercury governs digestive ‘function’. Venus governs our
sensory organs, playing a primary function with the ‘pleasurable’ aspects of
nourishment through ‘rulership’ of the tongue, taste, swallowing, the mouth and
saliva. This ‘sensory’ influence extends to our sensory perception of touch,
and Venus assists with the regulation of ‘sweetness’ within (hu)man’s body (the
regulation of insulin and the balance of sugars/carbohydrates to use modern

is easy to remember the influence Mars has within (hu)man’s body. As the ‘red’
planet within our solar system, Mars governs our red blood cells and the
natural oxidation within the body. Jupiter governs (hu)man’s physical growth
and assists in the elimination/purging of toxins through its ‘rulership’ of the
liver. Saturn governs our ‘structures’, influencing (hu)man’s bone density, and
the distribution of calcium and other vitamins. Uranus governs our nervous system
(on both an individual and societal scale) and has a role in (hu)man’s
respiratory function (our bronchial tubes, diaphragm, lungs, cilia, and
trachea). Neptune ‘influences’ the function of most of (hu)man’s glands,
governing our endocrine system (the thyroid, adrenal, pituitary glands), and
our lymphatic system (although Uranus has ‘primacy’ over this system, with the
two planets working in harmony). Pluto has the ‘power’ of renewal and governs
(hu)man’s ability to regenerate and rejuvenate our physical bodies. This role
with ‘healing’ also means Pluto has ‘rulership’ over our immune system and
governs ‘birth’ and ‘death’ on a cellular level. In the words of Nicholas
Culpeper, renown herbalist, physician and astrologer:

“No man ought to commit his life into the hands
of that Physician, who is ignorant of Astrologic: because he is a Physician of
no value”.

today would balk at these words; that planetary ‘frequencies’ are influencing
the internal organs of (hu)man would be ignored as archaic ‘superstition’, or
so you would think… Research into fractal patterns and their role in biology
has been very informative (particularly in relation to cardiology), and now
doctors/scientists have concluded that (several) human organs have been found
to have fractal anatomy (our coronary vessels in the heart, our neurons,
bronchial trees, and the biliary and urinary tubing systems within our liver
and lungs – to give just some examples). Science is confirming what the ancient
mystics, and Astrologers of old have always known – that we live within a
‘universal’ field of energy and are ‘enveloped’ in this ocean of ‘frequency’
waves that surrounds, connects, and forms all ‘matter’. (Hu)man (as well as the
planets) are literally composed of the ‘same’ substance, which our conscious
‘mind’ interacts with, sending and receiving ‘signals’ through our ‘brain’ and
‘heart’ (as well as via our other energy bodies).

Winfried Otto Schumann came up with the ‘
Schumann Resonance’ theory to
partially describe this phenomena – his calculations showed that
electromagnetic ‘waves’ are extremely low ‘frequencies’, and his ‘resonance
field’ theory showed that there are a set of frequencies being produced by
‘electromagnetic’ waves within Earth’s lower ionosphere. His research
highlighted that (hu)man’s physical body emits vibrations, and that the
‘frequency’ of our planet is increasing, as if ‘evolving’. Essentially, ‘Earth’
is a giant resonator, and the Schumann resonance encircles the Earth, flowing
around the planet causing resonance fluctuations in the ionosphere. We are
similar ‘receivers’ of this universal energy. As we know from the hermetic
principles: the universe is ‘mental’, all/everything is ‘mind’, and everything
is in harmony with each other – ‘As above, so below, as below, so above’.
(Hu)man’s mind creates ‘matter’, and this reality we experience. Some of the
other principles state that nothing rests, ‘everything’ moves, everything
‘vibrates’. And that the pendulum swing manifests in everything; the measure of
the swing to the left is the measure of the swing to the right, rhythm
compensates and maintains all.

wisdom that these ‘principles’ provide, enable us to better understand the
relationship between the ancient astrological knowledge about ‘medicine’, and
modern science’s take on the matter. In essence, Earth’s ‘heartbeat’ is a wave,
a frequency of 7.83 Hz, which is the same frequency as (hu)man’s Alpha and
Theta brainwaves. It is at this vibration that we are relaxed, the frequency
that promotes cell regeneration and ‘healing’ to occur (within us and on a
planetary level). But thanks to our modern way of living these waves are out of
‘balance’, electromagnetic fields are being generated by man-made
infrastructure and technology which are (in many cases) more ‘powerful’ and
cause increased disease in (hu)man (and nature). Science has demonstrated that
only when this frequency (7.83 Hz) is present can new ‘life’ occur, and as such
our ‘modern’ way of living is putting ‘nature’, (hu)man, and the future ‘lives’
of (hu)man out of ‘tune’. Our ‘technology’ is not the key to solving (hu)man’s
problems, it is more likely to be the ‘cause’ of our ills.

physical ‘existence’ here within Earth is comprised of these ‘waves’.
Everything vibrating at different frequencies, including different parts of our
bodies. (Hu)man’s heart has a ‘sonic’ signature that is different from the
lungs. And we have an ‘optimal’ frequency, a healthy state of vibration
(believed to be between 62-70 MHz), and when (hu)man’s frequency drops to 58
MHz or below, this is when/where ‘disease’ starts. To complicate matters, our
physical body is not stable (much like this ‘reality’ of ours) and our
frequency level varies dependent on the parameters of our environment, our
physical fitness, the food(s) and
substances that we consume, and our levels of stress/anxiety. Research shows
that (hu)man’s brain vibrates at between 72-90 MHz (with normal brain resonance
being at 72 MHz, slightly higher than our resting ‘healthy’ state), whilst our
physical body vibrates at 62-78 MHz (specific frequencies produce effects on
our physical body and mind, with 40 Hz being shown to promote ‘healing’,
specifically in relation to Alzheimer’s, and chronic pain management, but also
Stroke recovery, and Cancer treatment). 

of the planetary frequencies has also been undertaken and has confirmed what
was understood by the ancients, that there is an inherent ‘harmony’ of the
spheres. Each of the planets (within our solar system) vibrate (as do their
cycles, such that the synodic day of the Sun or Moon produces a different
frequency and thus tone than the sidereal day), this vibrating frequency
produces not only ‘tone’, but also tempo. For example, the Sun has a tone of
126.22 Hz, which if played as the key on a piano would be a ‘B’ note, and it
‘plays’ at a tempo of 118.3 bpm. When we correlate this with the vibrational
frequencies of the organs within (hu)man’s body we can see that the planets are
playing a tune through the cosmos, that is picked up by us (as ‘receivers’),
together they/we create the ‘song’ of creation and manifest ‘life’. Mercury
plays a ‘C sharp’ with its orbit around the Sun and Earth, Venus plays an ‘A’,
Earth a ‘C sharp’, Mars’ ‘D’, Jupiter’s ‘F sharp’, Saturn’s ‘D’, Uranus’ ‘G
sharp’, Neptune’s ‘G sharp’, and Pluto’s ‘C sharp’. This is the ‘music of the
spheres’ and it is the tune sung by (hu)man’s physical body, as we are
literally composed of rhythmic frequency waves that produce the ‘reality’ of a
physical human being ‘alive’ on/in Earth.

Yearning for harmony is the
‘state’ of the cosmos, and the ‘goal’ of (hu)man. Everything is designed to be
in its ‘proper’ place. Each is interconnected with the other, and they function
as a ‘whole’. Trouble only arises when this function is inhibited, misdirected,
or repressed – that is to say, out of ‘harmony’. When we talk about the
language of Astrology, we regard the planets ‘energies’ as influencing (hu)man
and nature, however the planets do not ‘
make things happen’, do they? They are surely symbolic – the
Sun is ‘said’ to serve the ‘function’ in (hu)man’s biology as the heart,
similar to the Sun’s function as the ‘heart’ of our solar system. But, we live
in (what modern science terms) a ‘quantum universe’, one which operates very
differently to the ‘science’ we were taught in school.

likewise refer to the Sun and Moon as ‘planets’, which often confuses. This is
primarily for convenience but is due to the astrological teachings that have
passed down to us. The Sun and the Moon are given special ‘status’ in
astrology, they are termed the ‘Lights’, symbolising the life-giving and
form-giving ‘element’ of reality/existence. The Sun is the ‘fountainhead’ of
all life/energy, representing the will and purpose of all life, whilst the Moon
represents the ever-changing life ‘experience’, that gives ‘form’ and nourishes
the ‘purpose’ provided by the Sun’s energy. This is evidenced by their
operation within (hu)man’s physical body, with the Sun ‘governing’ the flow of
‘energy’, the heart function, circulation, and vitality, whilst the Moon governs
the fluid within our physical body, ‘influencing’ blood flow, cellular
moisture, and digestive motion. Together they symbolise/are the ‘foundation’
for existence and provide the necessary ‘function(s)’ to ensure ‘life’.

order to better understand this, we need to take some lessons from Alchemy. The
ancient Alchemists ‘observation’ of nature revealed everything moves in
‘cycles’, that there is a ‘rhythm’ to everything, and that ‘vibration’ is a
periodic event (that is also cyclic in nature). They understood these ‘sacred’
cycles, and what underpinned them – the ‘elements’ (by which we mean
‘energetic’ states with their own ‘essential’ qualities, as opposed to the
‘material’ bodies of the same name). They know that the ‘energy’ of life (what
is referred to as ‘Niter’) operates through/by the elements of ‘Fire’ and ‘Air’
(which are ‘volatile’ energies active in nature), whilst the ‘energy’ of matter
(what Alchemists refer to as ‘Salt’) operates through ‘Water’ and ‘Earth’ (the
‘fixed’ energies in nature). These ‘elements’ are the four ‘fundamental’ forces
governing the activity of everything within the cosmos (both macro and micro),
and the mixture of these elemental ‘qualities’ is the vehicle through which
Alchemy’s ‘three essentials’ operate, that is – how (hu)man ‘interprets’ and
‘manipulates’ this physical reality called ‘life’.

‘three essentials’ relate to the ‘alchemical’ principles of Sulfur, Mercury,
and Salt (philosophical ‘principles’ active in nature, as opposed to their
common ‘materials’). The alchemical ‘Salt’ is said to be the ‘body’ of a thing
(the ‘physical’ matter), that provides a ‘matrix’ where the Sulfur and Mercury
can act. It is a ‘passive’ medium, often called the ‘Virgin’ Earth, which is
said to be influenced by ‘psychic’ forces of our subconscious as well as
conditions that affect the various ‘states’ of matter. The alchemical Sulfur is
said to be the ‘soul’ of a thing, conducting the ‘volatile’ principles of Fire
and Air, expressing itself as intellect, ‘will’, or consciousness. Whilst the
alchemical Mercury is the ‘spirit’ of a thing, its ‘vital’ force of life,
dominated by the elements of Air and Water and representing instinctual
‘energies’. In the words of Polish Alchemist Michael Sendivogius (from his 1600
work – ‘
New Chemical Light’):

“The three principles of things are produced
out of the four elements in the following manner: Nature, whose power is in her
obedience to the Will of God, ordained from the very beginning, that the four
elements should incessantly act on one another, so, in obedience to her behest,
the fire began to act on air, and produced Sulfur; air acted on water and
produced Mercury; water, by its action on earth, produced Salt. Earth alone,
having nothing to act upon, did not produce anything, but became the nurse, or
womb, of these three principles.”

we come to the crux of things, this ‘Earth’ is the womb of ‘matter’, and thus
our vessel for a physical manifestation of life, and it is through the elements
(and the above ‘three principles’) that all life exists. To an Alchemist,
everything is ‘alive’ and consists of a Body, Soul, and Spirit (Salt, Sulfur,
and Mercury). And the Astrologer would add that our body, soul, and spirit are
subject to the ‘influences’ of the energetic frequencies of the planets; that
our physical body is constructed in accordance with the ‘cosmos’, thus it is
governed by the planets (in terms of organs, body parts, functions, systems, as
well as lifespan, and stages of existence). There is ‘symmetry’ between the
work of alchemy and astrology, both operate with elements and ‘states’ at a
fundamental level. All planets have an associated element (and ‘state’) that
‘embodies’ the type and nature of the ‘energies’ they emit over/into Earth and
(hu)man through their cycles and rhythms. Everything is ‘evolving’, which is
expressed by ‘exposure’ to waves of energies becoming ‘involved’ with/in
matter, and as a result (hu)man is subject to hindrances and impurities of
‘matter’, and thus our life ‘energy’ can be either weakened or ‘diseased’ by
being out of balance.

practice, we can use this ancient knowledge today in order to better treat
(hu)man’s condition (and health). Each illness we are ‘subject’ too is a
vibrational dis-harmony within our ‘individual’ waveform, which requires
working on in order to return it into ‘harmony’ with our ‘true’ selves. Each
planet has a ‘sphere’ of correspondence – each is associated with a colour,
musical tone, part of the ‘physical’ body, disease/illness, plants/herbs,
minerals/stones, and metals. Knowledge of these ‘sympathies’ provides the means
to harness the subtle ‘forces’ at work across the cosmos and rectify any
‘energy’ imbalance(s) we have. These ‘conditions’ effect not only (hu)man, but
the entire ‘Earth’, nature is linked to/with the life of (hu)man, and vice
versa. Thus, in our technologically driven ‘modern’ existence we have lost
touch with an essential part of our ‘nature’, and it is therefore unsurprising
that we live in a time beset by ‘disease’ and ill-health.

above were the planetary ‘rulership’ of the organs and systems within (hu)man’s
‘physical’ body, the knowledge contained within the ancient field of ‘medical’
astrology also associated diseases with each of the planets, which were
characterised as: Heart and spinal disorders being associated with the Sun,
along with diseases of expansion/excess (although these were sometimes aligned
with Jupiter), menstrual complaints (as well as mammary issues and water
retention) are associated with the Moon, insanity (as well as tremors or
neurosis) with Mercury, urinary problems and digestive disorders with Venus,
cuts, injuries and bruises (as well as fever/inflammation) with Mars, liver
disorders with Jupiter, and diseases of wasting (such as poisoning,
decline/degeneration, blockages, contractions, and collapse) are associated
with Saturn. In order to deal with these issues, (hu)man used to be well versed
in the plants and herbs associated with each of the planets, and how to use
such to restore ‘balance’ to our bodies.

within herbs are the same complex ‘personalities’ we find within (hu)man. This
is because they grow (develop) under the same cosmological ‘influences’ of the
planets as we do. Just like us, they ‘absorb’ these vibrations/frequencies,
thus the planetary ‘nutrients’ are contained within the herbs and plants that
grow across ‘Earth’ (our natural medicine). The herbs of the Sun are
strengthening (and balancing), assisting with general ‘vitality’, nourishment
of the cardiovascular system, as well as including some that improve the eyes
(vision). The plants/herbs of the Moon act on the fluids of (hu)man’s body
(water and blood), often via the stomach and gut – and thus regulate our mood,
‘gut’ feelings, and the digestive activities within the body.

(as well as Alchemists) understand Mercurial energy to be focused on clarity,
the written and spoken word, and (hu)man’s ‘mind’. As such, the herbs of
Mercury are applied to conditions of our five physical senses and can also
improve our mental focus. Whilst Venusian herbs work on our skin and ‘outer’
layers, with specific herbs that promote euphoria or boost our happiness. Mars
energy is contained in herbs that deal with inflammation or imbalance, as well
as herbs that assist us with remaining alert and physical – such as coffee,
ginkgo, and guarana. Adaptogens are a ‘special’ class of herbs that provide a
great amount of vitality, enhancing our ‘longevity’ in body and mind, as well
as having a powerful ability to prevent the ‘damage’ caused by stress (especially
on organs). It is no surprise that many of these herbs owe their ‘powers’ to
Jupiter, who’s plants/herbs are multiorgan-targeting, and have different
‘biochemical’ effects in different individuals (even being known to affect the
same (hu)man differently when taken at different times).

the ‘inheritance’ of karma, Saturn herbs are associated with the ‘hard’
structures within (hu)man’s physical body – our skeletal system, joints, teeth,
nails, hair, and skin, and are utilised to alleviate symptoms in these areas,
as well as combating (breaking down) any calcification within the body
(particularly in respect to the gallbladder), whilst simultaneously increasing
bile production and clearing stagnant ‘toxins’ from the body. The ancient texts
confined their study to the planets within the bounds of Saturn. As such,
Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto energies in herbs were not known/utilised by the
ancients, however the archetypical Uranian ‘energies’ are of change and
transformation, and thus the herbs of Uranus are (now known) to deal with
erratic energy within us, as well as aiding with the ‘electrical’ currents
within (hu)man’s body, particularly in respect to ‘breathing’ and nervous

herbs of Neptune deal with emotions, dreaming, and delusions, and can dispel
(or create) ‘illusions’ of the mind. Lastly, the herbs of Pluto are
energetically ‘procreative’. Most of them have an inner ‘strength’ (either from
the manner in which they grow, or smell, or the impact they have when taking
them), and they are said to cause deep ‘transformation’ in the body. Plutonian
herbs are found in anti-cancer medication and have also been used to
emotionally ‘shift’ (hu)man’s body into higher frequencies – the herbs of Pluto
touch the abyss and thus allow us to fully ‘evolve’ (we will be returning to
the individual planetary herbs in future stories).

(hu)man’s ‘physical’ body is of critical importance today, beset as we are on
all sides by the ‘negative’ effects of our technology, the food we consume,
where we dwell, and the lives we are ‘forced’ to live. Our lives are filled
with ‘stress’ and most of us turn to ‘modern’ medicine to alleviate our ills.
However, this is a dangerous path. ‘Earth’ contains all the power of the
planets (energies); we are modelled in the same manner as the planet we live
upon (fractals and geometry), we both ‘evolve’ through the constant frequencies
of the cosmos bombarding us, and we live and die in accordance with the same
‘rhythm’ – we are indistinguishable. It is imperative that (hu)man returns to
the teachings of the ancients, to a better ‘understanding’ of ourselves through
our connection with nature. Only by obtaining balance and ‘harmony’ with/within
planet Earth does (hu)man stands any chance of improving our overall ‘frequency’
and thus fully realising our potential, and ‘true’ selves…


 In reference to the
‘scientific’ research in relation to nature’s fractals and their influence on
(hu)man’s health and well-being, please see the following:


Meditation, Restoration, and the Management of Mental
Fatigue by Stephen Kaplan. Published online via ‘Environment and Behaviour’ in July
2016 (originally written in 2001).

See: Meditation,
Restoration, and the Management of Mental Fatigue – Stephen Kaplan, 2001


Why Is Nature Beneficial? The Role of Connectedness
to Nature by F. Stephan Mayer, Cynthia McPherson Frantz, E. Bruehlman-Senecal,
& Kyffin Dolliver. Published online via ‘Environment and Behaviour’ in September 2008.

See: Why Is
Nature Beneficial?: The Role of Connectedness to Nature – F. Stephan Mayer,
Cynthia McPherson Frantz, Emma Bruehlman-Senecal, Kyffin Dolliver, 2009


From Molecules to Mindfulness: How vertically
convergent fractal time fluctuations unify cognition and emotion by Carl M.
Anderson. Published online via ‘Consciousness
& Emotion’
in 2000.

See: From molecules to
mindfulness: How vertically convergent fractal time fluctuations unify
cognition and emotion. – PsycNET (


Fractal Architecture Could Be Good For You by Joye
Yannick. Published by ‘Nexus
Network Journal’
in October 2007.

See: Fractal
Architecture Could Be Good for You | SpringerLink


Paracelsus quote taken from:
Paracelsus: Selected Writings’ (link to obtain a copy of this book for



Nicholas Culpeper quote taken
from: ‘The Complete Herbal’, originally published in the 1600s (although
it has been re-written countless times – this link is to obtain a copy of the

See: The
Complete Herbal: Illustrated Original Edition: Culpeper,
Nicholas: 9798688176162: Books


Reference to fractal patterns
in cardiology, see: ‘The fractal heart – embracing mathematics in the
cardiology clinic’
, by Gabriella Captur, Audrey L. Karperien, & James
C. Moon, published on Nature Reviews. Cardiology website.

See: The
fractal heart — embracing mathematics in the cardiology clinic – PMC (


Reference to the Schumann
Resonance, see: ‘A mystical reality of Schumann resonance’ published on
About Smart Cities website.

See: A
mystical reality of Schumann resonance – About Smart Cities®


Reference to body frequencies
and 40 Hz healing properties see: ‘An Hour of Light and Sound a Day might
keep Alzheimer’s at Bay’
published on Scientific American website.

See: An
Hour of Light and Sound a Day Might Keep Alzheimer’s at Bay – Scientific


Reference to the seven
hermetic principles see: ‘The Kybalion: Chapter 2’

See: The Kybalion: Chapter II.
The Seven Hermetic Principles (


Reference to the harmony of
the spheres see: ‘’ for an understanding of the
‘sound’ of the planets (including ‘Alba Mundi’ recording).

See: The
Sound of the Planets (


Michael Sendivogius quote
taken from: ‘The New Chemical Light: A Text of Alchemy’, published in
March 2018 (based on original 17th Century version – link is to
obtain a copy of the book).

See: The
New Chemical Light: A Text of Alchemy: Sendivogius, Michael,
Warwick, Tarl: 9781986689465: Books

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