Frequency-based antidotes were designed to assuage the symptoms associated with exposure to Benzene – a carcinogen that is a natural constituent of crude oil and Corexit – a chemical being used to disperse layers of oil.
(PRWEB) July 24, 2010
The Sound Health Research Institute decoded, tested and successfully used countervailing frequencies to quell the symptoms of Swine flu last fall. Now the Institute has been asked to attempt to do the same for the toxins released during the US Gulf Coast oil disaster. This article summarizes their efforts toward that mission and provides frequencies that may have the potential to countervail oil and dispersant toxins.
The frequencies and architectures found in the human voice can be used to identify the innate mathematical biomarkers that represent states of health and wellness. Intrinsic networks of biological signals, called biofrequencies, provide information and direction to produce and reproduce inherent form and function. Tapping into these self-healing biological pathways from brain to neuron to cell has long been a goal of scientific investigations as an approach to promote optimal health. Human BioAcoustics is such a system and was used for the purposes of this report.
The inhabitants and clean-up crews within the vicinity of the BP oil disaster are reporting flu like symptoms including respiratory stress, headaches, nausea, skin rashes, burning eyes and irritated lungs.
In the hope of providing practical, inexpensive solutions for the symptomatic people in the area, the attached file divulges, BioAcoustically derived, frequency-based antidotes that can be used individually or by broadcast. Using extrapolations from a previous project, these antidotes were designed to assuage the symptoms associated with exposure to Benzene – a carcinogen that is a natural constituent of crude oil and Corexit – a chemical being used to disperse layers of oil.
The previous frequency-based experiment with swine flu used intermittent, ambient presentation of low-frequency sounds over a 24 hour period. Since the swine flu frequencies were published, a Compact Disc (CD) was created for experiment use by the public. People using the swine flu CD, reported the reversal of flu/cold/pneumonia-like symptoms; and the elimination of sinusitis and bronchial issues.
Based on the encouraging outcomes from the swine flu CD a particular set of frequencies have been identified as the countervailing frequencies that are allied with the symptom causing proteins produced by the toxic substances being used in the Gulf oil spill clean-up efforts. The frequencies are published for experimental purposes only and can be found as an attachment to this news release.
Suggestion: These frequencies have been prepared for use with “Rife-like” devices in mind. Do not use these frequencies with a BioAcoustic device. These frequencies need to be used in combination with the colored pairings. The chart color-groups each pair that need to be used together: (A, D#, A) and (E, E, A#). The frequencies can be used ambivalently, like music through the air; low-frequency amplification, barely audible, is optimal. We have not tested, nor do we recommend, direct skin conduction using these frequencies.
Sound Health is committed to the continued study of addressing wellness through the use of BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling, sound therapy and frequency medicine. If you are willing to share your findings or are interested in helping increase our efforts to reach the Gulf oil spill area public; please contact the BioAcoustic Research Institute located in Albany, Ohio, USA.
Sharry Edwards,™ Director of the Institute conducting these studies states “If there is anything that can help, it should at least be given a chance. These people have few options, and we believe the public has the right to this information. When properly informed, people are intelligent enough to make decisions based on personal experience and observations.”
The Sound Health Research Institute, a registered 501C(3) non profit, has provided these frequencies to the public in the hope that symptoms experienced from the Gulf oil spill toxins can be contained using inexpensive, non-invasive methods of self help.
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