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Paiste 36" Planetary Pluto Gong (B Stock)

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Note: This gong is being offered at a special price for minor cosmetic reasons. Close-ups and details are at the end of the video below.


36" Pluto C#3 - 140.25 Hz

We recommend purchasing an M6 Paiste Gong Mallet for this gong! You can find them here: Paiste Mallets

Paiste Planet Gongs are tuned to the orbits of the celestial bodies in our solar system. These frequencies are made audible thanks to the groundbreaking work of Hans Cousto, author of The Cosmic Octave.

Planet Gongs are similar to Paiste's Symphonic Gong series. The difference is that each gong is tuned to a dominant fundamental tone as listed, as well as a prominent harmonic overtone in the 4th octave.

Listeners can experience the energy of these celestial bodies via the vibrations these gongs create. When played with intention, Planet Gongs open up possibilities for spiritual and emotional healing.

Pluto would be the farthest planet from the sun if it were still a planet, and was discovered in 1930. Though it is named after the mythological god of the underworld, the creators of myths didn’t even know that Pluto existed. The name came from an 11-year-old girl in England. 

In general Pluto is associated with Scorpio. Pluto is very harmonically tuned to the (earth) moon and Neptune. To both of them it has an exact quint-quant relation. Pluto is about 40 times farther away from the earth as the sun and a little smaller than the (earth) moon. Nevertheless it is attached to great importance in recent astrology.

The true lonely planet, cast out from the original order by science who see it as only a rock (egads!), Pluto knows what it feels like to be left out, knows what it’s like to live on the fringe, inside and outside. Moving through signs every 13 - 30 years, Pluto also holds generations within its energy. Play the Paiste Pluto Gong for the transformation of group dynamic, for the little rock that, while not technically a planet, totally rocks.



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