Recent works by the authors Greg Braden and Jonathan Goldman are must reads. Jonathan Goldman's book, The Divine Name, is a must have in anyone's library. Goldman's concept is something as plain as the nose on our faces. Could God's name be just 4 few sounds? His forward plugs for Greg Braden's book, the God Code. Braden's theory is that God's name is written in our DNA. I liked Goldman's book. I even tried his sample CD and the sound of God is on it. I listened and I can say it was better than champagne! It kind of made me happy and I forgot my cares. It put me in an altered state very quickly. It was kind of spiritual ecstasy, joy or contentment. I couldn't put my finger on it. I don't suggest listening to it in moving vehicle as it can put you in a trance. Both authors are missing something.
I did contact Goldman in regards to something I've discovered inside Freemasonry that might hint at how the sound should be produced. Freemasons are searching for the real name of God. I am not a Freemason and not under oath. This sound represented by the letters YHVH or the Tetragrammaton might have been discovered by Goldman.
I asked Goldman to join all 4 sounds in unison because of some ritual I saw in a book on Freemasonry. I told him the sounds needed to performed in parallel not serial (whereas one sound follows another). I think this would result in a more powerful effect. It may even help to make rituals of ceremonial magic more powerful.
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