Sep, 21st 2020

Does this resonate?

By Andy Hall

Curious Andy Hall is director of product development & engineering at AMS Group, Amsterdam and has a lifelong fascination with all things technical, especially the work of Einstein and Tesla. Andy was particularly surprised at the above quote, because it would have been easier for Tesla to say “resonance” instead of “energy, frequency and vibration,” so what was this brilliant man alluding to?

Then Andy came across the work of a lesser known psychologist, the Frenchman Jacques Lacan, and found an interesting parallel between resonance as described in classical physics and the response of the human psyche to external stimuli. Could Tesla have been telling us to look further than just mathematics and physics? That resonance is the unifying phenomenon throughout the universe and the underlying factor in emotion, psychological state and the thing we refer to as love?

Tonight’s presentation will explain the workings of resonance with practical examples and the link to the work of Jacques Lacan. We will investigate different forms of resonance to which we are exposed and the effects on us as sentient beings. The final part of the presentation looks at quantum-level resonance and how it transcends time and space.

The Program

Doors open : 18:30

Diner: 19:00

Start Program: 20:00


Sep, 21st 2020


Mayer Manor, Nes 116


- 00:00

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration”

– Nikola Tesla
homo sum humani nihil a me alienum puto