Rhythmic Formative Forces of Music

Posted in Uncategorized on July 25, 2014 by Michael Theroux

Order the ebook here:  Rhythmic Formative Forces of Musicimg_4927-modified-2

by Michael Theroux

©1995, All Rights Reserved

Chapters include:

1. The Formative Forces of Music
    Rhythm, Melody, and Harmony

2. The Nature and Meaning of Intervals
     The Artistic Experience in Music

3. Alchemy, Counterpoint, and Projective Geometry
    The Weaving of the Stone

4. The Evocations of Erich Zann
    Musical Experience in Forbidden Dimensions

5. Duende
    The Etheric Thread of Music

6. Of Language and Song
    The Eido-Dendritic Experience of Composition

   Vertical Euphonies in Time – Michael Theroux
   The Eidophone Voice Figures – Magaret Watts Hughes
   Sound in Relation to Health – Horace Leaf

Tuning into the Music of the Spheres with Michael Theroux

Posted in Uncategorized on June 12, 2014 by Michael Theroux

This video interview was conducted on 6-7-2014

M. Illness Project on SoundCloud

Posted in Uncategorized on February 6, 2014 by Michael Theroux

The M. Illness Project on SoundCloud:

M. Illness


Posted in Uncategorized on February 3, 2014 by Michael Theroux

Solo Albums:

Inventions of Harmony and Dissonance (1990)
Mundus Subterraneus (1992)
Plant Tones (1995)
Deros (1997)
The Belly of a Whale (2003)
Drumstick Jacket Outcry (2004)
The Hasenpfeffer Crucifixion (2006)

With others:

Music From the Borderlands (with Michael Riversong) (1997)
Earth Tones (with Gerry Vassilatos) (1998)
Fly Tonight (with Molly Conrad) (2013)
Snow (with Molly Conrad) (2015)

Kali Sara

Posted in Uncategorized on January 28, 2014 by Michael Theroux

Knuckle Dust Trudge…

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on January 21, 2014 by Michael Theroux

A new composition using NoteFlight and TwistedWave apps exclusively.

Bootdisk in Hell

Posted in Uncategorized on January 15, 2014 by Michael Theroux

From the album, Drumstick Jacket Outcry – “Bootdisk in Hell”

My acceptance composition for Karlheinz Stockhausen’s last masterclass…

Le Lapin et la Croix

Posted in Uncategorized on January 12, 2014 by Michael Theroux


The Hasenpfeffer Crucifixion – Oil on canvas – 36″ x 48″
– Michael Theroux, M. Illness Project Album Cover

Earth Tones and Earthquake Precursors

Posted in Uncategorized on January 11, 2014 by Michael Theroux

In 1992, in Northern California, I was privileged to experience 3 very large earthquakes (7.1, 6.5, and 6.3) in the span of 24 hours. At the time I had been conducting experiments with Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio transmissions emanating directly from the earth. Fortunately, I was able to record the VLF transmissions from these quakes.


Here is the article on the experiments: http://explorationscience.org/Articles/quakes.htm

This also culminated in a cassette recording release of “Earth Tones” by myself and Gerry Vassilatos, a fellow researcher:


It can be listened to here: https://michaeltheroux.com/earth-tones-experiments/

Exploration Science

Posted in Uncategorized on January 11, 2014 by Michael Theroux

Exploration Science was created as a repository for exploratory research on the topics of Ether Physics, Biotechnology, Electrical Theory, Informatics, Artificial Intelligence, Plant Research, Radio Science, Alternative Energy, and more. Today there are many emerging fields of scientific endeavor, and while many apply a purely quantitative methodology, a qualitative analysis is included as well. With that stated, all research must be substantiated by reproducible results.

Exploration Science was founded by Michael Theroux, former director of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation (1995-2000). Mr. Theroux began working with BSRF in 1987 under the directorship of Thomas Joseph Brown, and became Director himself in 1995. During his tenure as Director, Theroux orchestrated and conducted several research projects, many of which continue to this day.

All research reprints, articles, reports, and white papers found on explorationscience.org are free of any charge – the site is dedicated to open collaborative effort among researchers in all of the affiliated sciences.

(Unfortunately, explorationscience.org is no more…most of the work should be archived at aetherforce.com)