28 February 2007

Feb 2007 Flu Frequency Update: Version 2.01



Flu season is here and the CDC flu charts are headed straight up! All the flu outbreaks I have seen during years where I have been analyzing frequencies have been transmitted by parasites infected with viruses, fungi, bacteria, insects, and smaller parasites inside larger parasites. The infected parasites keep reinfecting you so the symptoms linger. They also stir up other pathogens that might be quietly lingering in your body, particularly Lyme infections which exist in the majority of the population.

For those who got a good case of this year’s flu, it was the worst in recent memory – a month of congestion, sneezing, coughing, asthma symptoms, headaches, joint, and muscle aches and pains, with repeated reinfection. This is the most complex flu observed to date by the Frequency Foundation as it is carried by dozens of Lyme organisms. For those already infected with Lyme (more than 50% of people tested) it stirs up a dormant Lyme infection and makes the flu worse than ever.

The latest version of this flu frequency set contains:
· 2 flu viruses
· 13 helper viruses
· over a dozen insect frequencies
· at least half a dozen strains of the Lyme babesia parasite
· over a dozen strains of other Lyme parasites
· and the Gregory cancer “virus” (a type of nanobacteria) [1]

To make things worse, many of the parasites are infected with the other flu organisms so killing them with frequencies or otherwise releases more flu organisms and the brucella bacteria which is major component of Lyme disease.

Frequency sets are provided in the F100 programming language for use on F165 or other frequency generators, and for transmission by Advanced BioPhoton Analyzers (APBAs). Details on how to translate them to FSCAN devices are provided. Programs for plasma devices that operate under 10,000 hz are also included.

Frequencies will be emailed in PDF files within a day of purchase. Those researchers having the capability to apply these frequency sets may find them useful.

























18 February 2007

Experience Report on Harmony Chips


BTW, having great results on energy with the Harmony Chips despite diagnosed Chronic Fatigue. I am wearing three (3) in a headset when I meditate and achieving deep meditation states quickly and easily. Wearing this configuration has helped effectiveness of my power naps. When I wear the headset to sleep, I wake up even after only four hours of sleep, feeling rested. While I would not recommend doing this every day, those of us who are forced into short nights because of work and travel schedules will find these chips beneficial.

While I am awake, I wear one (1) chip on the thymus and one (1) on the solar plexus. If standing on concrete floors, I have found that my feet last longer with two (2) chips in my shoes. My productivity and efficiency have been boosted some 500%.

Putting a chip under my water is producing delicious water. I can really tasted the differences now. Seem to be able to notice chemicals and wanting to drink and eat more healthy food.

Hair and nails are growing much faster. Manicures have to be redone every three days now, as opposed to every two weeks. I feel stronger, healthier, more vibrant.

I recommend that any road warrior such as myself travel at least with four (4) chips. Having five (5) makes it much easier to show to someone who wants to see a chip.

Chris Abiera
CIO
Now Training Inc.

FatBuster Bacteria Frequencies

Indirect immunofluorescence image of Methanobrevibacter smithii with specific calibrated antibody probe. Magnification x4000. By Everly Conway de Macario and Alberto J. L. Macario.

Stomach bug makes food yield more calories
Mice with a hefty dose of a certain gut bacteria are fatter.
by Helen Pearson, May 26, 2006
news@nature.com

Scientists have identified a key microbe in our guts that helps us glean more calories from food. The discovery backs the idea that the type of microbes in our gut help to determine how much weight we gain, and that seeding the intestine with particular bugs could help fight obesity…

The researchers took mice that had been grown in a sterile environment, with no microbes in their guts, and injected them with a very common strain of human intestinal bacteria, called Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron. Some of the mice also received a dose of of M. smithii.

About 100 times more microorganisms took up residence in the colon of mice injected with both B. theta and M. smithii than in those injected with B. theta alone. This suggests that the presence of waste-removing M. smithii was somehow helping other bacteria to thrive. "There's something cool going on," Buck says.

When both microbes were present, B. theta boosted the activity of genes involved in breaking down and metabolizing fructans a food component common in onions, wheat and asparagus that the human gut cannot digest by itself. B. theta converted the fructans into fatty acids, some of which were taken up by the mouse gut and either used as fuel or stored as fat.

In humans, around 10% of our calories come from such microbe-manufactured fatty acids. After a few weeks, mice with both types of microbe had approximately 40% more of a particular fatty acid called acetate in their blood, and carried 15% more fat.

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Frequency sets are provided in the F100 programming language for use on F165 or other frequency generators, and for transmission by Advanced BioPhoton Analyzers (APBAs). Details on how to translate them to FSCAN devices are provided. Programs for plasma devices that operate under 10,000 hz are also included.

Frequencies will be emailed in PDF files within a day of purchase. Those researchers having the capability to apply these frequency sets may find them useful.