Peter Hübner – The Future of Pharmaceutics
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Haase
renowned author founder of the Hans Kayser Institute for Fundamental Harmonical Research at the UNIVERSITY FOR MUSIC &
in Vienna – the most eminent
music university in the world
In a letter to Peter Hübner:
“For many years I have been playing your composition ‘The Song of Life’ to my students, a significant example of that, and how harmonical fundamentals derived by nature can be used as a basis for composition today.
My ‘Fundamental Harmonical Research’ is part of the music therapy course and of the curriculum in 5 departments (faculties) at the University of Music in Vienna, which with around 3000 students and 400 lecturers, is the largest in the world.
I am particularly interested in your ‘Music and Health’ project… actually the objective of my career at the University of Music in Vienna focused on providing a scientific basis for the music therapy education introduced in Vienna.
You will now have a better understanding of why I am interested in your project: the possibility of a cooperation with my Institute exists. In any event, I can at only provide encouragement for your project and would be delighted to see it supported from as many angles as possible.
Given my 25 years experience. I can really encourage you to realise similar efforts … in your planned music faculty and would be happy to provide any advice in this respect.“
Music & Nature: And pharmaceutics does not achieve this today?
Peter Hübner: No, not only does it fail to achieve this, it has never so far strived to achieve it – probably does not consider it feasible. I am therefore continuously trying to take these ideas to this major, vital sector of industry.
Music & Nature: But still presumably without success.
Peter Hübner: Yes, so far without success. But now the picture has changed. For I have outstripped pharmaceutics and its products, with my own musical products in some medical areas. I have achieved this in two ways: firstly, our medical music preparations are in many cases stronger than pharmaceutical ones, secondly, due to their harmonic structure, they produce no unwanted side effects at all and thirdly – I had almost forgotten this point – provision and use of medical music preparations is cheaper and also far more pleasant for patients to use.
Music & Nature: Must the top people in pharmaceutics finally wake up and become more aware of the great competition?
Peter Hübner: Yes, they have to and so they should, because after all, I owe to this industry an important part of our own medical concept: the scientific objective procedure and the possibility of comparison tests. And previous investigations have shown that in many cases, at least up to now, people still also wish to use pharmaceutical products at the same time.
This means then that our music preparations and pharmaceutical products are used in parallel by many specialists, to achieve the optimum desired effect. Medical Resonance Therapy Music® is also often particularly effective in after-treatment, e.g. where unwanted side effects from pharmaceutical products have to be reduced or eliminated within a foreseeable period. So, for the specialists, many options exist for intelligent use of pharmaceutical products and Medical Resonance Therapy in parallel.
Music & Nature: But there are also quite a few cases where the pharmaceutical product has been replaced by Medical Resonance Therapy Music®.
Peter Hübner: Yes, I have heard this heard from several specialists, and this situation concerns the very products, which provide the greatest sales for the pharmaceuticals industry. For this reason, to secure its future, the industry must look towards a convergence or even a relationship with us, if only for economic reasons.
Music & Nature: So, does that mean you want to merge with pharmaceutics?
Peter Hübner: I believe that pharmaceutics is still the guarantor for an objective, scientific procedure for medical services; i.e. the fundamentals of pharmaceutics are my, or our natural partner. It is my view that the conventional pharmaceutical concept simply requires a basic expansion. It is about the natural structuring and creation of the medical product – including the pharmaceutical.
Music & Nature: What should I understand by the natural creation of a pharmaceutical product”?
Peter Hübner: Can I explain this with an example: If I am on a platform waiting for a train, I wait until the train stops, get on, sit down and the train departs. This process appears completely normal to us all. In fact it is. But this is not the case in conventional pharmaceutics; it simply brings passenger and train together – without regard for the respective speeds of the two; it produces and prescribes its products in such a way that in some cases, the passenger has to jump onto a train rushing through the station and in doing so, can sustain a variety of special injuries. These injuries are the unwanted side effects of pharmaceutical products.
The harmonic method is based on harmonising space and time – in comparison with the train example: matching the respective speeds of passenger and train to ensure safe embarkation. This structural matching of space and time of products to the single patient is a completely new concept for pharmaceutics but such modern ideas and dynamic concepts cannot be avoided if patients are to be treated in a natural way.
The only other option is the pure empirical escape into the harmonically structured products of nature itself – that is the use of natural plant extracts.
In various different cultures and particularly in the jungles of Mexico and South America, pharmaceutics has already started to search for special concepts from nature and medicos and to examine them for their potential healing properties. This procedure was born from a technical inability to look at the phenomenon of how the natural is structured.
The winners of this lottery-like strategy will be those who ultimately recognise the natural unity of all the structurally researched products of nature, which they all have in common – this is the principle of harmony, the harmonic laws of nature.
As we know, the microcosm of music is the master of knowledge for the harmonic laws of nature. For this reason, the researcher in this area is always way ahead of researchers in other areas of nature. This is not because he is naturally more intelligent than others, but because by choosing the harmonic, he has chosen the best area of research.
Kepler discovered that without the laws of harmony, there is no ordered, dynamic galaxy.
Modern chrono-biologists have demonstrated that human health always breaks down when the natural harmonic order of the biological system is disturbed.
And even the existence of the natural structure of chemical elements simply proves the power of the natural laws of harmony. For pharmaceutics, this means that it has to relate to the harmonic order which underlies the structure of chemical elements to the harmonic order of the biological system and has to apply it to the system and must make it integrable to it; this means that pharmaceutical products must be structured in such way that they, in themselves are structured harmonically, and furthermore must relate harmonically to the natural harmonic order of living organisms.
Incidentally, this is not my idea but was claimed some 2500 years ago by the great philosopher, mathematician, musicologist and doctor Pythagoras, the accepted founder of our scientific age.