Moving Parts

Dr. John Reizer

Wintergatan Marble Machine

I wanted to share the video below because of two reasons. Number one, the pure genius of Martin Molin, a Swedish musician, is amazing. Number two, his invention, with all its moving parts, illustrates how many things have to take place for something to work. This machine reminded me of the human body with all its functioning parts.

Intelligence is expressed through matter, and in this case, it is musical intelligence that is being expressed through countless moving parts.

Collective human intelligence (a subset of Vast Intelligence) has the potential to undermine and destroy all things the control freaks managing the world’s business have planned. It’s for this reason that we are continually exposed to negative news and propaganda that attempts to keep humanity mired in nonsense.


Martin Molin


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6 thoughts on “Moving Parts

  1. sandy edwards July 23, 2022 / 12:53 pm


  2. lhakes12 July 23, 2022 / 2:35 pm

    John, what a grand music machine with its many parts, and the clinking of sound frequencies! Much like the human body.

    And recently I discovered tuning forks. I had not heard of them before. But now I have a set and having been playing with them. Although I am not entirely sure if I know what I am doing.
    They are supposed to be for energy healing for the body both mentally and physically.
    And they do make some interesting sounds while they vibrate after you give them a ting.
    Anyway, I just that they would be fun to try.
    And you never know, they might be magic wands! 😀 haha!


    • Dr. John Reizer July 23, 2022 / 2:53 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa. I saw the video last night and thought it would be nice to share with everyone. 🙂


      • lhakes12 July 23, 2022 / 3:07 pm

        Absolutely, John, it is quite unique! And it is fun to watch it play and do its thing!


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