The Quantum Fretboard: Zero-Point Physics and Musical Harmony

The bridge between the Fretboard and the Head of a guitar is called the Nut

The Head on top of a Nut

Acorn Nut

Acorn Nuts as Silver Bells


December 9, 1965 in Kecksburg, Pennsylvania

“A large, brilliant fireball was seen by thousands in at least six U.S. states and Ontario, Canada. 

A boy said he saw the object land; his mother saw a wisp of blue smoke arising from the woods and alerted authorities. Another reported feeling a vibration and “a thump” about the time the object reportedly landed. Others from Kecksburg, including local volunteer fire department members, reported finding an object in the shape of an acorn and about as large as a Volkswagon Beetle. Writing resembling Egyptian hieroglyphs was also said to be in a band around the base of the object. Witnesses further reported that intense military presence, most notably the United States Army, secured the area, ordered civilians out, and then removed an object on a flatbed truck. The military claimed they searched the woods and found “absolutely nothing.” – Wiki Article on Kecksburg UFO Incident 

Historian Dr. Joseph P. Farrell believes that a free energy device called the Nazi Bell (Die Glocken in German) may have been built and operated by the Nazi Party during World War II.  The purpose of the device would be to generate over-unity, with more energy output that input, freeing Germany from dependence upon traditional combustion energy sources like gasoline and coal.

“[The] basic conception is that the whole universe arises out of a tension between two counter-rotating spirals which create the World Egg. [The Nazi Bell may have been] a kind of hyper-dimensional torsion physics device – you’ve got these two counter-rotating drums into which they’re putting this high-density liquid, which I think may have even incorporated an isomer as one of its components. And of course an isomer is one of these high-spin isotopes, that if you de-excite it, it will release massive amounts of energy.” – JPF (source)

Bell’s Theorem

Bell’s theorem was conceived by John Stewart Bell and published in 1964, stating that the principle of quantum mechanics cannot be explained by hidden local variables obeying the laws of classical physics.

Bell Curve

A Sine Wave is a Bell Curve that Generates Sound Waves

The Magic Harp made of Oak

The acorn and oak tree are important symbols in Irish mythology. Legends have been written about the Uaithne, a richly ornamented magic harp made of oak that put the seasons in their correct order.

A harp has no frets and so a guitar must be used to illustrate the following points…

Guitar frets correspond to the X-axis of a grid whereas the guitar strings represent the Y-axis.


The Nut of the guitar is positioned just below the First Fret and is therefore equivocal to Zero Fret

As shown above, the open strings of a guitar are held down by the zero fret nut. 

The “Do” of an E major scale begins with the open low E String and rises to the open high E string, located two octaves higher. Therefore the lowest and highest notes on the Zero Fret are E. 

These two E-strings represent the “Do-Nut” of E Major.

The Toroidal Field Generated by a Zero-Point Vacuum

The Zero Point Field is Shaped as a Donut


Key 1 and Key 8 of the Tarot’s Major Arcana correspond to the musical note E.

Both characters have an infinity symbol over their head, representing the toroidal field.

Strength is the higher octave of the Magician

The Lemniscate (Infinity Symbol) appears as a Cross Section of the Torus

All musical scales exist in a geometric relationship that can be mapped onto the Torus.

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