Spectrum is the big picture or a log of
all the energy frequencies observed by scientists thus far. It is called
"electromagnetic" (EM) because energy has both an electrical and magnetic
The EM Spectrum describes energy frequencies from a
few cycles per second to several million cycles per second. A vibration is made
up of energy pulsations of positive and negative polarity. We call that
"frequency." Low frequencies, for example, describe the electrical energy of
brainwaves. A few hundred cycles per second is what we call sound; a few
thousand cycles per second are radio waves, and several million cycles per
second are called light.
So, from sound to light there is a very broad range of
frequencies. Vibrations in matter give us audible sound. Vibrations in the ether
give us heat, light ultraviolet rays, x-rays and radio.
Color is simply a
specific light frequency. Subtle energy and thought vibrations are scalar waves,
also known as
Scalar Energy and could be considered a 4th dimensional component of every 3rd
dimensional vibration. Valerie Hunt's "The Science of Human Vibrations,"
describes the aura as containing millions of harmonic frequencies that gently
penetrate the body through the skin.