Throughout history, ancient civilizations, churches, and religious organizations have built structures in specific shapes to maximize sound and create negative ions and electromagnetic energy. These structures were designed to create a specific resonance, utilizing specific materials such as quartz, which is known for its resonant properties. Electromagnetic energy is the energy generated by electrically charged particles, while negative ions are atoms or molecules that have an extra electron. These negative ions are believed to have a positive effect on health and mood. The 11th harmonic is the frequency that corresponds to the color blue and is often associated with the throat chakra. Hertz (Hz) is a unit of measurement that is used to describe the frequency of an oscillation. Frequencies oscillate in different ways, including sinusoidal, square wave, and sawtooth wave. One example of the use of specific structures for sound and energy is the Great Pyramids of Egypt. These structures were built with specific dimensions and materials that created a resonance within the structure itself. It is believed that the pyramids were used for healing and energy transfer, as well as for burial purposes. Old churches also utilized specific geometries and materials to create a resonant space. The shape and size of the building, as well as the materials used in construction, were carefully chosen to create a specific resonance within the building. This resonance was believed to create a sense of awe and wonder, as well as to facilitate prayer and meditation. In some cases, ancient sites were also built with specific geometries and materials to create a resonant space. Stonehenge is an example of an ancient site that was built using specific stones to create a resonant space. It is believed that the stones were arranged to create specific harmonics and to facilitate communication with the spirit world. In Tibetan Buddhist culture, there are stories of monks who were able to levitate stones through the use of specific sound frequencies. These stories suggest that sound has the power to move physical matter, and that the human voice can be used as a tool for healing and transformation. In corporate logos, cubes and sacred geometry are often used to create a sense of stability and balance. For example, the logo of Microsoft incorporates the cube as a symbol of stability and strength. The use of sacred geometry in corporate logos suggests that these shapes have a universal appeal and can create a sense of connection and resonance with the viewer. In conclusion, frequency medicine and scalar energy have been used by ancient civilizations, religious organizations, and even in modern corporate branding. The use of specific geometries and materials to create resonant spaces has been an ongoing practice for thousands of years, and continues to be a powerful tool for healing and transformation.