Novel research supports the assertion that ancient Templar cross architecture contains math codes that support frequency-based medicine. The idea of revisiting lost knowledge through the use of computer constructed biometics provides a new paradigm that will change the face of future medicine.
(PRWEB) July 2, 2010 -- It usually takes a well-funded scientific breakthrough or an overwhelming catastrophe to facilitate change that actually makes a difference. People are slow to embrace new scientific information because anything fundamentally different from the status quo intimidates them. Although a major disaster forces transformation, people don’t always adjust willingly. The most profound and permanent way to cause a shift in perception is through affirmative life experience.
Over the last decade, US consumers have been challenged by a struggling health care system, their own failing health and the lack of wellness of their families and clientele.
Today we are living with more autism, more heart disease, increased arthritis, diabetes, auto immune disease, insulin resistance, adrenal burnout, high blood pressure... The list seems endless with no hope in sight.
Resistant strains of pathogens, nosocomial (hospital caused) and iatrogenic (doctor caused) diseases are rampant. We are threatened with environmental pollutants, bird flu, swine flu, SARS, MRSA, flesh eating bacteria and unrestrained STD’s.
We have mandatory, uninsurable vaccinations that have been shown to cause an increasingly long list of negative consequences. We have laws that deny us the right to hold accountable the drug companies that fake research and provide tainted products. We have insurance companies and HMO’s that make decisions with our money (premiums we paid) as to whether or not we can receive services, which physician we must utilize and what lab tests are allowed. In no other service organization is the person who is paying for the service so thoroughly abused. These companies are operated with profits in mind, not the provision of quality health care. There is something inherently wrong with the idea that profit is more important than well being.
Deteriorating corporate-run, soon to be government operated, health services are not satisfying the needs of the consumer. These issues cannot be fixed using the same methods that created the problems. It is time for a reality based transformation.
Until now, neither the government nor the private sector has proposed any stabilizing solution as to how to resolve these challenges. For the last few decades, the Institute for BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health, a unique educational research institute nestled in the hills of Appalachia in the US, has been investigating the idea that the voice is a holographic representation of health and wellness.
Known as Vocal Profiling, this innovative biotechnology is the inspiration of an innovative pioneer, Sharry Edwards™, MEd. The idea of analyzing the frequencies and modulation of a human voice to determine emotional, biochemical and structural status of a person is being used by medical facilities and schools; for military applications; in police work for verification purposes; in research studies for issues thought to be incurable, to determine wellness patterns; to relieve the stress of pain; to determine exposure to toxins and pathogens. From working with the firefighter’s union and engineers at ground zero, to assisting physicians in determining the potential cause of health related mysteries, this novel work is Star Trek medicine in the making.
“The list of how Vocal Profiling can be used seems endless and provides an avenue for the integration of energy medicine with the allopathic approach,” states Roman Chrucky, MD. Dr. Chrucky credits this new technology with predicting his heart attack last year and for helping his body reverse a diagnosis of prostate cancer. “My experiences with this technique are very real because they have made a difference in my own life and those of my patients. I’m very happy with this work and very happy that Sharry has stuck to these ideas in the face of much adversity. In my opinion she’s the doctor’s doctor. I send all my perplexing patients to her even though by definition, what she does, is not medicine.”
Edwards and her small staff recently completed a project for the US Army in which her Biotech company, Sound Health explored the use of frequency-based biomarkers to identify and quantify Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the associated Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The implication of the study is the development of a quantitative, mobile, non-invasive identification of close proximity acoustic blast injuries and, ultimately, the restitution of normal brain function and emotional stability.
This new technology utilizes the premise that the body can identify and prescribe for itself using the algorithms of vocalized frequencies to accurately quantify, organize, and extrapolate biometric information.
When asked to show how her techniques could be used to support physical fitness, Edwards responded, “We could easily help athletes and trainers predict which muscles need support. Double blind studies have shown that low-frequency analog sound can relax and/or strengthen selected muscles. Professional teams, and even college teams lose revenue when their star players are on the bench. I think we can help prevent that.”
It has been written that many great philosophers have attempted to decode the mysteries of the universe using math, geometry, music, frequency and architecture. The recent popularity of the movie: The da Vinci Code and Dan Brown’s new book, The Symbol have sparked our imaginations concerning information that has been kept hidden from the populace. While Brown’s book hints at architecture as hidden knowledge, Edwards’ work proves that the ancient Templar cross contains the math codes that support rejuvenation. The idea of revisiting lost knowledge through the use of a mathematical matrix of the frequency field of the body is very alluring. Edwards’ research provides many of the answers concerning Pythagorian string theory and how it can be combined with modern string theory to explain how DNA “strings” can be dominated using frequency.
While the system does not claim to diagnose or ‘treat’ disease, it is well beyond what is presently available. Vocal Profiling allows the body to diagnose and prescribe for itself. BioAcoustic software has been used as a management tool to reveal nutritional, hormonal and biochemical requirements, genetic make-up and status, exposure to toxins, pathogens and allergens, muscle strengths and weaknesses, and how best to manage the body’s resources in terms of anti-aging, weight management, inflammation and stress.
Large companies are beginning to follow in Edwards’ footsteps. Pfizer Pharmaceutical published a paper revealing that Parkinson’s disease could be predicted using vocal analysis. Pfizer has since sold that technology to CogState of Australia.
Change does not happen when there are no options to replace what is presently available. The transformation to SELF HEALTH cannot happen overnight, but with this new technology, there is a significant opportunity for change that uses the body’s own frequency status to support optimal well being.
Using frequency as an intrinsic healing modality is an ancient tool brought forward into the modern era through BioAcoustic Biology; a major innovation that could change the face of future medicine. Through dedication, tenacity and hard work the foundational principles of the voice as an indicator of health will soon become as common as taking your temperature or blood pressure when you visit your health care provider.
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