Melanin: A Key to Freedom
Melanin and the Ear
Richard King, M.D.
pg. 29 "Black Melanin is a critical biogpigment; The Black Chemical of Life, found throughout the entire body of all humans, skin, eyes, brain, endocrine glands, blood, heart, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, kidney/urogential tract, sexual organs,et.
Of course melanin is also present in the ear of humans and is critically involved in the hearing of sound. Perhaps, given the current phase of world wide achievements by the creative talents of Africans in the arena of music the study of melanin, hearing, and music, may be a "key to the key" of melanin as a key to freedom.
The study of sound is a study of vibration and music (harmonics/resonance=key).
Sound is a form light, particular range of vibrations or movements of atoms in the spectrum of light; Life.
Melanin as a photoreceptor, receiver of light, is a door through which light enters the human form through the various sensory organ information portals to self organize, to feed the self or soul of humans while in the physical body.
Melanin is found throughout the ear in humans and the presence of melanin in the inner ear is of great importance. Marie-LouiseBarrenas and Fredrik Lindren in their article, "The influence of Inner Ear Melanin on Susceptibility To TTS in Humans, Scan, Audio. 1990 19:97-102 reported, "In the literature most reports concerning thresholds or permanent NIHL (PTS) (ABILITY TO HEAR SOUND) in different ethic groups or races indicate that hearing is better preserved in coloured than in white populations. Buch & Raiford (1931) studied the hearing thresholds were superior in coloured compared with white males in the frequency range above 2 kHz, and this difference increased with age. Roset et. al. (1962) investigated hearing thresholds in 541 primitive tribes people living in a relatively noise-free area in the Republic of Sudan. These people showed better hearing thresholds in the high frequencies than has been reported from any similar study of modern western civilization. Post (1964) evaluated the results of hearing examinations of American conscripts from World War II and found that coloured men above middle age had better hearing thresholds at high frequencies than white men in the same age groups, especially in males over 30 years of age. Karsai et. al. (1972) studied 836 dock workers with relatively uniform background of noise exposure and found significantly better hearing thresholds for high frequency tones among coloured workers than among white workers. Royster et. al. (1980) investigated a noise-exposed population and found that black females as a group tended to show less loss at higher ages than did the white males.
In 1985, Attias & Pratt (Auditory-Evoked Potential Correlates of Susceptibility To Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Audiology 1985: 24:149-56) found significant correlation between iris and skin pigmentation on the one hand susceptibility to noise on the other, i.e., the more pigment in the iris (outer surface of eye) and skin, the less PTS (low susceptibility). . . Tota & Bocci (1967) (The Importance Of the Colour of the Iris of the Evaluation Of Resistance To Auditory Fatigue. Rev. Otoneuroophtalmol 42:183-92) and Hood et. al. (1976) (The Influence of Eye Colour Upon Temporary Threshold Shift, Audiology 15:449-444) found a positive correlation between eye-color and TTS, i.e., brown-eyed persons were less susceptible to TTS than blue-eyed persons.
Thus, melanin is critical to hearing.
African people hear a wider range of sound than European in particular the low bass sounds. Indeed, the "Blacker The Berry, The Sweeter The Juice." the Blacker the color of the Eye (Iris) there is more melanin (Juice of Life) present in the inner ear and the greater the ability to hear sound/light. This universal law concerns the role of melanin as an energy translational door that applies to most sensory organ receptors be it skin (feelings/touch/gravity), eye (vision), hearing (sound), taste, and smell and their corresponding soul extrasensory expansions. (Ernest J. Stevens, Lights, Colors, Tones and Nature's Finer Forcers: Marvelous Discoveries, Basic and Active Principles, Functions of Electrons, Magnetons, Atoms, Cold-Lights, Odics, Auras and Radio 1974 Health Research P.O Box 70 Mokelumme Hill, California 95245) (Author M. Young The Reflexive Universe: Evolution of Consciousness, 1976, Robert Briggs Associates, Box 9, Mill Valley, California 94941).
A.M. Meyer Zum Gottesberge, in the article, Physiology and Pathophysciology of Inner Ear Melanin, Pigment Cell Research 1988 1:238-249 has written that melanin in the inner ear is involved in the control of the calcium ions by the actual movement of the melanin containing cells, melanocytes along inner ear blood vessels and the inner ear endolymphatic fluid.
Again, evidence of the current intense world wide study melanin can be appreciated upon reviewing the many publications by Africancentric such as King (1-17), Barnes (20), Welsing (21); new theorists such as Barr (22), Breathnach (23) and Meyer zum Gottesberge (25); and a vast assembly of other scientists who comprise the international Pigment Cell Conference."
Peace be upon you
Melanin: A Key to Freedom with an extensive glossary & bibliography By Richard King, M.D.