Wake up or die in the nightmares of corporate espionage, greed, corruption, and armed anger. INCEPTION
writer and director, Christopher Nolan, heralds "528" as the "code" through which social transformation, involving music, is achieved.
The new Hollywood blockbuster has moviegoers nationwide curious about the source of a mysterious code used in the plot involving music played in "Room 528," and linked to a forgotten "528" memory.
INCEPTION, another word for creation, stars Leonardo DiCaprio, shown here entering Room 528 to defend against corporate thugs.
Recalling the "key" to Room 528 is crucial to the movie's plot, wherein Cobb (DiCaprio), an expert in the art of mind manipulation, extracts secrets from people's subconscious to serve the "treacherous new world of corporate espionage."
The movie repeats the number "528," a mathematical frequency, in a key phone number, on a napkin, two vault combinations, and the room wherein much of the action occurs during the film's climax. Here, special music must be played at a precise time to "extract" the operatives from their anguish and nightmarish pseudo-realities.
Cobb's psychological operation in Room 528 reconnects the heir to the world's most powerful energy cartel, Robert Fisher (played by Cillian Murphy), to his father's memory. Fisher senior, atheistically representing the corporate alternative to God, is locked in a vault requiring the 528 code to open. Another "528-491" combination unlocks the final safe containing the greatest secret, treasure, motivation, and catharsis for the main characters that have all been struggling with the loss of LOVE.
The idea of linking music for social transcendence with "528" and LOVE in INCEPTION appears to have come from Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, the discoverer of the "Perfect Circle of Sound," and a frequent contributor to Hollywood's screenwriters. The author of 16 books has written extensively on the subject of 528 as it relates to universal construction, healing, Spiritual Renaissance, creationism, and what Nolan terms "inception."
"I am honored that Christopher Nolan, reputed to be a 'dark filmmaker,' thinks so highly of 528Hz music that he chose to promote the frequency in, around, and through "Room 528" at the height of the drama," Dr. Horowitz said.
528 engages the "music of the light," versus the "music of the night." The musical mathematical knowledge about 528, and its spiritual implications, is urgently needed to deal with the planet's corporate criminals.
Nolan wrote, "An idea can transform the world and rewrite all the rules." Horowitz's idea that 528 plays the sound of LOVE, has been rewriting all the rules since 1998 with his writing of Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse. (Tetrahedron Press; 1-888-508-4787) From co-author Dr. Joseph Puleo, a Bible code scholar and naturopath, Horowitz learned that 528Hz frequency is the "MI" note (that stands for "MIracles") in the original Solfeggio musical scale.
Thereafter, leading physicists and mathematicians published proofs that "528/LOVE" is fundamental to universal construction, Pi, Phi, the Fibonacci series, sacred geometry, the circle, square, the hexagonal ring of organic chemistry, and the world of biology. Grass, in fact, grows green because of 528Hz--the color of chlorophyll. And the real da Vinci code, according to Horowitz, has everything to do with these discoveries.
LOVE is what drives Nolan's leading character Cobb, leading lady Mol (Marion Cotillard), and leading victim Fisher, to access their memories in order to reconcile their relationships to reconstruct their lives.
Many people do not understand Nolan's film for its deeper social and metaphysical meanings. Dr. Horowitz attributes a lot of this confusion to the lost memory of 528Hz frequency, believed to be central to spiritual identity and human creativity.
Nolan's film plays on these themes, juxtaposing violence and cataclysm with the dream of "extracting" ourselves from the corporate controlled world of mind control and general madness. The objective is to "get back home."
By Leonard G. Horowitz
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