Using Auditory and Visual Pattern Recognition to Stimulate Synaptic Generation
How Hyperaxon products work.

Hyperaxon software engages the brain's capacity for auditory and visual processing to stimulate synaptic generation.  Each Hyperaxon program embodies and expresses a binary, harmonic Code, (fig. 1.)  The Code has 13 fundamental objects (or cycles or tones), (fig. 2.)  Being harmonic in nature, each of the Code's tones may be expressed as specific sound frequencies and light wavelengths. The tones are inversely related to or complemented by the others; i.e. tone 1 is complemented by tone 13, tone 3 is compemented by tone 11, tone 5 is complemented by tone 9, etc., (fig. 3.)

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To effectively express the Code in sound or light, It must be expressed in stereo, so the complementary nature of the tones can be experienced.  When the Code is expressed in stereo and the brain is exposed to It, sonically and/or graphically, the brain responds to, then recognizes the relationships between the tones, for each unique tone sequence or "stream", (fig. 4.)  This is the fundamental pattern recognition process relative to the software's effectiveness.

Building on that fundamental process,
Hyperaxon (and all Elvea Systems) software combines a minimum of 4 (and up to 16) unique tone streams per program.  When the programs are played, the brain is spurred to recognize the fundamental relationships between the tones and the progressions of tones relative to each of the tone streams.  Thus, the brain is simultaneously stimulated by the pattern recognition process on multiple levels, (fig. 5.)  The synaptic generation promoted by this multilevel pattern recognition process boosts brain capacity and function on many levels, principally evident in cognitive and consciousness enhancement.

Hyperaxon is a software series presented by Elvea Systems.

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Written by Michaele de Cygne
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