Acoustic sigils is a sigil that is made from complex electro-acoustic tones. These tones are selected by the remaining letters from a statement of intent. These letters will be used to make corresponding tones at different frequencies which will then be layered on top of each other to create these acoustic sigils. Once made you can use these acoustic sigils in many different ways such as putting them behind the music in a song, using them like a binary Beats while meditating, or sleeping, or even broadcasting them over a large area to send out your will. These sigils as far as I can tell were first researched, and made by Kevin Max Krebs back in 1996.

1) First things first you’re going to want to make a statement of intent. You can do this just like you are writing one for a normal sigil. Write it however you write your statements of intent, but I will be right in mine as an i-statement in present tense. Pick whatever intention you want to see manifest in the universe, like always this can be anything from protection to love, and much, much more.

Below is the statement I will be using for this example.

“I will follow wolf of antimony’s blog”

2) Remove the vowels, and any repeating letters which leaves me with.


3) Now use the chart below to convert the letters you have to hertz frequencies.

  • A = 20hz.
  • B = 40hz.
  • C = 60hz.
  • D = 80hz.
  • E = 100hz.
  • F = 120hz.
  • G = 140hz.
  • H = 160hz.
  • I = 180hz.
  • J = 200hz.
  • K = 220hz.
  • L = 240hz.
  • M = 260hz.
  • N = 280hz.
  • O = 300hz.
  • P = 320hz.
  • Q = 340hz.
  • R = 360hz.
  • S = 380hz.
  • T = 400hz.
  • U = 420hz.
  • V = 440hz.
  • W = 460hz.
  • X = 480hz.
  • Y = 500hz.
  • Z = 520hz.

Once you convert all your letters over to frequencies it should look something like this.

“ W        L         F        N        T        M        Y        S        B       G ”


4) Now for the last part you’re going to need a program that can generate tones. The first program I can think of is audacity for the PC, Mac, and Linux.

Once you download  the program, and install it, you need to open it up, and generate your first tone. To do this in audacity you need to go up to generate, and then go down to tone. A pop-up should appear in middle of your screen where you can enter information into the fields. You will want to set the waveform to sine, set the frequency to the first frequency that appears on your statement of intent, set the amplitude to 7, and set the duration to a second. This will give you a very well-made tone. After you have that first tone go up to track, and make another mono track, and then make your second tone on it. Keep doing this until you have every one of your tones overlapping each other then exported to your desktop, and there you go you have your very own acoustic sigil, that we’ll be able to be used in your practice.

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