No Disassemble aka Christopher Jordan joins TruthSeekah in this episode of The TruthSeekah Podcast as they discuss the power of music, spirituality and crystals! Jessy Clark also joins TruthSeekah as a cohost of this episode, halfway through they talk about healing energy and ecstatic encounters.

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Incorporating styles ranging from traditional electronica and ambient to experimental and even brainwave synthesis into his music. No Disassemble is often compared to such electronic artists as Kraftwerk, Sphongle and Silver Apples. Originally from Houston, musician and audio engineer Christopher Jordan began his journey of composing and recording electronic music in the late 90s and was a monthly recurring guest for five years on 90.1 KPFT’s Sunday avant-garde music program. Since that time, Christopher has recorded numerous albums varying from standard electronic music, to albums incorporating the frequencies of the planets and binaural beats. Christopher has also been experimenting in the studio with making music utilizing real-time brainwaves to drive his synthesizers and producing mixed media visualizations to his music. Most recently Christopher has been publishing his music through the HC Universal Network where he produces and hosts numerous podcasts as well as composing music for use by podcasters within this network and beyond.” My latest album Puer Ad Somnum is the first album released using the concepts of binaural beats and pure tone frequency therapy to create music for deep relaxation, meditation, and brainwave entrainment. It utilizes not only natural brainwaves encoded in binaural beats, but also the sound of the heartbeat of an unborn child and the heartbeat of the mother as heard by the child in within the mother’s womb subtly underlaid within the music. This album is available exclusively on my website until wide release to all digital platforms March 9, 2021!

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