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Resonant Vibrational Frequencies

Vibrational healing is not a ‘new’ method of healing. Ancient indigenous cultures including the Egyptians, Tibetans, Sumerians, Aboriginals, etc. understood the power of vibration more than 5,000 years ago for treating a whole handbag full of illnesses.

Technological vibrational healing devices began appearing in 1928 when German scientist Erwin Schliephake discovered that sound accelerated healing, but the use of gongs, symbols, bowls, crystal, and even the Great Pyramids of Egypt also provided advanced vibrational healing before these inventions were introduced.

Priore is credited with being one of the most forward thinkers in the 20th century because in hundreds and hundreds of strictly controlled tests with laboratory animals, his machine cured a wide variety of the most difficult kinds of terminal, fatal diseases known today. He did this by using vibrational energy – in the form of longitudinal EM waves. These results were shown to medical scientists as early as 1960.

Priore, Rife, Hulda Clark, John Crane, Tesla (discover of the phase conjugate wave), and numerous others however, were silenced most recently due to the FDA, competing interests in the profitable radiation and chemotherapy industries, and the general undercurrent of keeping people sick and tired so that they cannot experience a fully realized life. What, if any, methods of vibrational therapy have passed through this wall of oppression since the time of Priore?

A Parlor Trick

There’s an old parlor trick that would entertain any among us, but it is  not just opera singers who can shatter glass with the power of their voices by using resonate frequencies. This phenomenon works in more grandiose ways as well, from damaging bridges, to killing cancerous cells and deadly, antibiotic resistant bacteria, yet it is still not a common practice offered when you visit your doctor for an annual check-up. Why?

What is Resonance?

First, let’s look at what sound, resonance and frequencies outside of a medical application can do.

Harmonic oscillation – the movement of sound waves, can happen to such a specific degree that the integrity of large structures is compromised. This oscillation must happen at a resonant frequency though – and these frequencies can be used to either heal or hurt. They can both support the human body by matching its natural vibration, or tear a bridge apart and cause it to fall into the river below.

You can also understand this phenomenon more completely by watching this:

The Latest Research

This brings us to the work of Anthony Holland, a music professor who had a twin interest in biology. His work in resonant frequencies led to the opening of a cancer lab to test what would happen to cancer cells when they were blasted with certain sound waves.

To briefly summarize Holland’s work, he discovered that cancer, including leukemia, uterine and breast cancer, and even MRSA (the antibiotic resistant strain of bacteria responsible for numerous deaths) is easily destroyed at frequencies between 100,000 Hz and 300,000 Hz. In targeted, lab tested experiments, he was able to show actual cancer cells being destroyed by resonant frequencies.

You can see this happening in the video below:

Then there is the work of Dr. Neal Kassell who is a strong supporter of focused ultra sound therapy, a non-invasive method of sending ultrasound waves into a specific place in the body to heal benign tumors, reverse Parkinson’s and even reduce depression and other seeming unlikely candidates for the therapy.

Focused ultrasound is the “FDA-approved” version of some earlier discoveries in sound therapy. It marries:

  • Focused ultrasound which provides energy to treat tissue deep inside the body without harming other areas, and…
  • Magnetic resonance or ultrasound imaging which helps to identify the problem area, and guide the frequencies to the right spot.

You can think of this vibrational delivery method like using a magnifying glass to focus beams of sunlight onto a leaf to burn a hole into it, only in this case, it isn’t light that is being focused, but ultrasound within a target in the body. Depending on the acoustic lens that is used, the target can be as small as 1 X 1.5 mm.

A Problem Persists

The problem with either of these therapies is that they are still on a snail’s pace when it comes to availability to the general public. Though sound therapy isn’t demonized as it was in the time of Priore, Rife and Tesla, research into how it works is still slowed by a medical field that is practicing barbaric medicine funded by interests who originally stifled the emerging discoveries of vibrational therapies’ first pioneers.

The Solution

While we can look to the most recent evidence provided by individuals who are able to break through the wall of silence to keep vibrational therapies from becoming the norm, we can also look to our ancient “healers.”

Here’s what we already know: All cells emit vibration as a result of their metabolic processes. There is an interaction between the cells own “song” and those imposed by the environment, including those applied by vibrational healing devices. The resonance principle relates to the cellular absorption of the healing vibrations and/or their harmonics. In vibrational healing like the Theraphi, resonance principles are employed to re-harmonize cells that have been imprinted with disruptive frequencies.

Such troublesome imprints may have been a result of toxic substances, emotional traumas, pathogens, or long-term exposure to noise pollution. They could also have been purposefully insinuated into a person in order to weaken their form.

The solution, then, is to replace these disruptive frequencies with harmonious ones. Instead of destroying bridges, we build them, with a harmonic wave that reaches right into the cellular structure to support its life – and as a result, our health.

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