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hibernation_1500Hibernation is based on the 417Hz Solfeggio tone “Re”, referring to the “resonare fibris” passage in The Hymn of John The Baptist meaning to “resonate most purely”. According to Dr. Joseph Puleo’s book “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse”, this tone is said to break up crystallized emotional patterns and to facilitate change and transformation.

Hibernation uses binaural and monaural beats to take you deeper and deeper into the Delta state, which is associated with the ‪deepest stages of sleep‬.

“Hibernation” Testimonials

This blend of ambient music and brainwave technologies is as organic as it gets. […] These recordings have convinced me that there is an acceptable approach in this – still experimental – kind of music. Hibernation sets a standard, if this term is applicable to any living modern art. And it works it’s magic! This is one grossly overlooked album…”

– Alex, on Bandcamp

So grateful for this album – saved my sanity – Use it most nights to get to sleep.”

– Moon Rabbit, on Bandcamp

His isochronic sounds/music with special delta frequencies really work!! Check it out! Useful for meditation and/or healing sessions! Note: the ambient music behind is not boring, as it can be for this kind of purpose, and that’s a good point!

– Shivatronic, on Bandcamp


WARNING: This music contains audio brainwave entrainment technologies. People who are subject to seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental conditions should not listen to this music without first consulting a physician. DO NOT listen to this music while driving, operating heavy machinery, or performing any other activities that require focused attention. Although binaural beats entrainment audio may contribute to wellness, it is not intended as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. No medical claims are intended express or implied. No statements made have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For best results, use stereo headphones or earbuds.