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Meet Trevor and Shannon

Trevor has 40+ years experience across a number of modalities, which include Sound Healing, Subtle Touch Bodywork©, Hypnotherapy, Body Harmony, counselling, spiritual healing, crystal healing and Voice Analysis.   He has trained with several pioneers in bodywork during the 80 and 90s, including Patrick Collard and Don McFarland.  Drawing on his extensive experience, Trevor has developed a unique therapy termed Subtle Touch Bodywork©.  (See Trevor’s personal testimonials).   He has also trained others both in counselling and bodywork and will developing workshops to teach his own unique form of healing in 2020.


Trevor has worked simultaneously in the corporate, therapeutic and esoteric environments.  He communicates using simple, relevant language to enable clients to experience the Present Moment where issues may seem to be miraculously resolved. 


Shannon is trained in Nutrition and has been a Reiki Master since 1992.  She is a sound and energy healer, a writer and has trained at Leith’s School of Food and Wine.  She runs her own food blog for people with cancer and other chronic diseases at developing her own delicious and nutritious recipes that follow the Budwig Protocol 

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The Solfeggio Frequences

‘Ut queant laxis

Resonare fibris

Mira gestorum

Famuli tuorum

Solve polluti

Labii reatum

Sancte Iohannes’

‘So that your servants may with loosened voices resound the wonders of your deeds, cleanse the guilt from our stained (polluted) lips, O Saint John.’ 


Thus goes the 9th Century Gregorian Hymn to St John the Baptist that lies at the heart of the ‘Solfeggio Frequencies’.  According to Dr Leonard Horowitz, the first word of the first six Latin lines begins with the name and note of the ascending ‘Solfeggio scale’ – a scale supposedly nefariously ‘lost’ or ‘altered’ by the Catholic Church and Pope Gregory I.  


The story behind their ‘rediscovery’ is as intriguing as a Dan Brown novel.  In 1974 Dr Joseph Pulao discovered a set of “healing” frequencies whilst meditating on Chapter 7 of the Book of Numbers in the Bible. Identifying six numbers based on a repetition of numbers found in Verses 12- 83, Pulao applied a Pythagorean reduction, resulting in the identification of a ‘scale’ of frequencies ranging from 396-852Hz.  Later, three further frequencies were added to this ‘scale’ using the principles of sacred geometry (to produce a nine-pointed star) altering the original six-frequency scale to nine. 


During his subsequent research, Pulao claims that several attempts were made on his life - including an attack by two men in black with a laser gun - theatrically underscoring that perhaps he was on to something.  Leonard Horowitz then championed Pulao’s work in his book ‘Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse’, naming them the ‘Solfeggio Frequencies’, and claiming they created positive shifts in those exposed to them.  Horowitz believed that these sounds opened up a channel of communication with the Divine, a belief echoed in the claimed effects of the original six Frequencies: 


UT – 396 Hz – Liberation of Guilt and Fear

RE – 417 Hz - Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change

MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA repair)

FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships

SO – 741 Hz – Cleansing/Expression/Solutions

LA – 852 Hz – Awakening Intuition


The additional frequencies added later using the principles of sacred geometry are:


174 Hz  -  For emotional and physical pain

285 Hz -   For resetting the body to the default mode

936 Hz -   For reconnection with the Divine


Internet research comes up against Horowitz like a brick wall.  His book is the primary resource material, and many websites make breathless, wild claims about the Frequencies, especially the 528Hz so-called love frequency claimed to create miracles, and which, according to Horowitz, is the exact frequency used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA. Such claims inevitably court controversy. 


Musical theorists and detractors assert that the Frequencies do not form a harmonic set, and that Horowitz’s claim regarding the Hymn to St John is untrue.  By coining the term ‘Solfeggio’, Horowitz has also misused an established musical term already linked to the Hymn to St John, and there have been dark suggestions that the Frequencies were used for mind control.  Of course the source material of the Frequencies’ discovery raises one glaring question:  how can the Bible contain coded information about the calibration of frequencies identified by Heinrich Hertz in the late 19th Century?


For the last eighteen months we have experimented using Solfeggio-tuned crystal bowls and instruments, and our experience of the Frequencies is not only do they work, but they seem to work in the way Horowitz claims. Working with one Solfeggio Frequency at a time, we discovered that certain frequencies had to be used judiciously, and that in healing practice people clearly reacted to a Frequency specific to their own personal history.  Some found that their lives changed suddenly, whilst others noticed that incremental changes took place over a passage of time.  Whatever an individual’s personal journey, we found that the Frequencies can and do provide a real tool for self-transformation, especially when used with the power of intent.

Published in The Oracle, January 2014

By Shannon Slater-Dent and Trevor Tredgett


'I came a couple of years ago when I was visiting my friends in Glastonbury to the town hall.  It was amazing and I felt so relaxed afterwards and it helped with my pain.'

-, UK

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