Some events are hosted by the Integratron, and some are hosted by outside facilitators. 

Sonic Geometry Events at the Integratron

Eric Rankin facilitates these very popular frequency events. You can participate in his ongoing “Sonic Geometry” experiments in the Integratron.

Sunday, December 6, 2020

Please book EARLY, these sell out quickly!

Each event begins at 11:30am with a caravan out to Giant Rock where, in 1953, aeronautical engineer George Van Tassel had a close encounter with interstellar travelers who commissioned him to build the Integratron. Following the caravan, you will have the opportunity to experience the Integratron as a sonically activated frequency machine. Very few people know that the bottom floor of this structure is where “cellular rejuvenation” was to occur, and Eric honors the original design and purpose of this vortex generator in the way that it was built. We believe his work delivers an in-depth experience of the Integratron’s energy field along with essential knowledge about energy, frequency and vibration.

During this session, you will also get the full back-story of the Integratron’s creation, a refresher course describing Sonic Geometry, and then experience very specific sets of electronic frequencies. You will be amazed by what this structure does with energy, vibration and numerically perfect harmonics. Following a light dinner, you will get to hear organic frequencies in the domed sound chamber of the Integratron. After the tone session in the sound chamber, you will gather for a debriefing session before departing the grounds at 6:00pm.

As the discoverer of geometry’s relationship to musical harmonics, Eric has been featured on Gaia TV and History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” series. He is also a featured presenter at Contact in the Desert, Star Knowledge Conference, Portal to Ascension and other popular conferences and festivals. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to delve deep into the mysteries of geometry, frequency and extraterrestrial contact!

The cost is $144 per person. For full details and to register for the Sonic Geometry events, please visit the Sonic Geometry website. Watch Eric’s Sonic Geometry video, Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form.

Alien Star Dust: Signal to Noise (Virtual Event)

Collective – Interactive – Guided – Art + Science – Meditation journey: Transmitted live, virtually from the INTEGRATRON

December 21, 2020 on the Winter Solstice – 4:00pm (with optional discussion prior, see below)



 We invite you to join this unique experience at this extraordinary moment in time!  Jointly Hosted By: Art/Sci UCLA, HarvestWorks Digital Media Art Center, and the Integratron.

As a participant you will receive on registration:

  • YouTube link to participate live on 12/21/2020
  • A dot of light on Earth (participant’s unique location)
  • A unique tone from sound bowls (recorded at the Integratron)
  • A collective creation of beautifully layered frequencies occur when all participants join!

The map is updated in real time with a timer that counts down to 4:40 pm PDT, December 21, 2020. Additionally, participants will receive a PDF of a meteor that is created with Augmented Reality (AR) generating an animation that is updated in real time.

Join us as we mark the end of the year at the Winter solstice; December 21, 2020:

  • Falls on the first Jupiter-Saturn conjunction since the year 2000, and the closest one since the year 1623.
  • On this day, Jupiter and Saturn will be only 0.1 degrees apart – that is just 1/5 of a full moon diameter.
  • This extraordinary celestial event in 2020 will not be matched again until March 15, 2080.

There are three events that we invite you to join – all streamed live from the Integratron.  These are included in your $21 fee.  Each registrant will receive a link to participate live in any or all of:

12:00pm – 2:00pm – PST PANEL / DISCUSSION: Before the event, listen to a panel of artists and scientists who will talk about the acoustics, astronomy, collective energy and other aspects of our contemporary state of being.

4:00pm PST – ON SITE: At twilight, a live walk-through of the Integratron.  We start the projection map of the seven meteorites falling on earth, in between each, we project the map of the connected dots of participants. (Drone shots).

4:40pm PST 33 minute Performance / Meditation: The entire event is virtual, interactive and transmitting worldwide – visualizations will give the audience a sense of collective experience.  in addition to the immersive audio journey. HEADPHONES highly recommended for binaural sound experience.


In 2008, artist Victoria Vesna, together with her partner, nanoscientist James Gimzewski, premiered the Blue Morph project at the Integratron. The following year she returned with Tibetan monks for an event that fused art, science and spirituality through frequencies of the inaudible and invisible. Twelve years later, Vesna returns to the dome with a celebrated new project, ALIEN STAR DUST: Signal to Noise, which premiered March 10th in Vienna at the meteorite gallery of the Natural History museum. The work evolved into a collective networked meditation in times of crisis and quarantine.

On site at the Integratron, Vesna will be joined by sound artists John Brumley, Ivana Dama and Clinton Van Arman and remotely by Paul Geluso and Rhiannon Catalyst in New York and Anna Nacher in Slovakia. Animations shared and projected on the Integratron are created together with Eli Joteva and Debra Isaac.