21 July 2012

Frequency Foundation Webinar 10 August 2012

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Registration Open for the First EVER Dr. Sutherland Webinar
Thank you for your interest and feedback for the first Dr. Sutherland Frequency Foundation Mentoring Webinar designed to help you learn the CORE of Dr. Sutherland's success developing frequency products. We really do appreciate your time and participation. Because we have so many expressing interest, we've been able to give you a lower price for our first webinar. Below are the details: 
What:  Frequency Mentoring Workshop with Dr. Jeff Sutherland to inspire and mentor you in developing your own frequency products
Date:  August 10, 2012
Time:  3pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) 
Price:  Early Bird Special Price until August 1st is $175.  After August 1st price is $195
Click here to register: www.LivingNow.net/webinar
All attendees will have access to the recorded webinar for a limited time afterwards (so if something comes up and you can't make it, you can still view it. We have limited seats so please sign up today). 
After registering, you may email us up to 3 questions for Dr. Sutherland regarding his longevity research, finding frequences with the aurameter, or how he uses his lab. The webinar is your opportunity to learn from the best and improve your life.

All attendees will be entered into a drawing for products with a value ranging from $250 to $1000. Sign up soon!

Click here to registerwww.LivingNow.net/webinar
If you do not already have an Aurameter you will want one for the class. Please go to www.dowsing.com and order the chrome professional model (Dr. Sutherland's favorite). Let them know you're attending the Dr. Sutherland webinar, and you'll receive a small discount. Or, call Davina Cox at 805-649-5721 in Santa Barbara, California. 
There is limited space for this webinar so please sign up soon. Attendees of this first webinar will receive a nice discount for our next webinar (if we have one--depending on your requests and interest). The success of these webinars depends on you! Thank you, again, for participating. This will be great fun! And, who knows, if the webinar is a success, we may even have a more advanced East Coast Workshop (but, of course, we can't promise anything at this time). 

Need help? 
For part-time or occasional help with things like creating newsletters (like this one), website design or content, database entry, invoices/billing or any other general administrative assistance, we have a great referral for you -- Angie Tislow -- our soon-to-be daughter-in-law who is a wonderful help to us and others. (She comes highly recommended -- not that we're biased or anything!!). Her rates are reasonable, too. She can be contacted at angelantislow@gmail.com.

Frequency Sets

Many of you have asked where to get frequency sets. Dr Sutherland has several specific sets, including his newest one for Rosacea. To subscribe, go to his blog at http://blog.frequencyfoundation.com and click on the square that says: Frequency Subscription and Photoanalysis.

Also, we've had good results with some of the generic frequencies -- if you're interested in those, go to www.frequencysets.com. The password for the website is 165sets. They offer about 250+ sets for about $75. Instructions come with your purchase for downloading to your F100 program.

Our mission is to provide the best in cutting-edge longevity research and tools. Dr. Sutherland is living proof of the effectiveness of his work and is willing to share his considerable talents in our first mentoring webinar. 
Please contact us at dale.fawcett@gmail.com or call (360) 598-6585 with any questions. 
Dale and Carol Fawcett
Longevity Research

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Mina Bissell: Experiments that point to a new understanding of cancer

20 July 2012

The Week: FDA's Secret Spying Was a Vast Operation

A surveillance operation by the Food and Drug Administration against its own scientists was wider than previously known and approved by the agency’s in-house counsel, according to reports published this week. In 2010, the agency began a narrow investigation into leaks, but the probe grew into a campaign to counter the agency’s critics, capturing more than 80,000 pages of private emails and documents that scientists had sent to congressmen, lawyers, and other officials. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) said that “the FDA is discouraging whistle-blowers,” and has “absolutely no business” reading private emails. “They think they can be the Gestapo and do anything they want.”

12 July 2012

Remote Scanning Technology

The current state of the art for frequency devices is remote scanning technologies like the ABPA, SG-1,  or simply dowsing or muscle testing techniques. The military has developed many of these technologies over the last 50 years, but most of them are kept secret. This allows naysayers to accuse anyone who mentions them of being a "pseudoscientist."

Occassionally, one of these technologies leaks out into public awareness. The one below was funded by the CIA and is definitely not pseudoscience. Our so-called experts on "pseudoscience" will be scanned at the airport at the molecular level like anyone else by a remote device.

New Homeland Security Laser Scanner Reads People At Molecular Level

July 11, 2012 11:01 AM, CBS

File photo of an airport security checkpoint. (Photo by Natalie Behring/Getty Images)
File photo of an airport security checkpoint. (Photo by Natalie Behring/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – The Department of Homeland Security will soon be using a laser at airports that can detect everything about you from over 160-feet away.
Gizmodo reports a scanner that could read people at the molecular level has been invented. This laser-based scanner – which can be used 164-feet away — could read everything from a person’s adrenaline levels, to traces of gun powder on a person’s clothes, to illegal substances — and it can all be done without a physical search. It also could be used on multiple people at a time, eliminating random searches at airports.
The laser-based scanner is expected to be used in airports as soon as 2013, Gizmodo reports.
The scanner is called the Picosecond Programmable Laser. The device works by blasting its target with lasers which vibrate molecules that are then read by the machine that determine what substances a person has been exposed to. This could be Semtex explosives to the bacon and egg sandwich they had for breakfast that morning.
The inventor of this invasive technology is Genia Photonics. Active since 2009, they hold 30 patents on laser technology designed for scanning. In 2011, they formed a partnership with In-Q-Tel, a company chartered by the CIA and Congress to build “a bridge between the Agency and a new set of technology innovators.”
Genia Photonics wouldn’t be the only ones with similar technology as George Washington University developed something similar in 2008, according to Gizmodo. The Russians also developed something akin to the Picosecond Programmable laser. The creators of that scanner claim that “it is even able to detect traces of explosives left by fingerprints.”
But what makes Genia Photonics’ version so special is that the machine is more compact compared to the other devices and can still maintain its incredible range.
Although the technology could be used by “Big Brother,” Genia Photonics states that the device could be far more beneficial being used for medical purposes to check for cancer in real time, lipids detection, and patient monitoring.

09 July 2012

TA-65: The First Second Bridge Technology Available

During my recent visit to Dr. Grossman's Wellness Center, I asked him what was the most significant advance in antiaging medicine since my last visit six years ago. He said TA-65. Flipping the switch to turn on the genes that extend telomere length is the first "Bridge 2" technology to become available. See Dr. Grossman's book, "Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever."

TA-65 is expensive but worth it. You can get wholesale pricing from Dale Fawcett <dale.fawcett@gmail.com>

Nature News 28 Nov 2010

Telomerase reverses ageing process

Dramatic rejuvenation of prematurely aged mice hints at potential therapy.

telomeresProtecting chromosome tips doesn't just prevent ageing. It can reverse it.Peter Lansdorp/Visuals Unlimited/Corbis
Premature ageing can be reversed by reactivating an enzyme that protects the tips of chromosomes, a study in mice suggests.
Mice engineered to lack the enzyme, called telomerase, become prematurely decrepit. But they bounced back to health when the enzyme was replaced. The finding, published online today inNature1, hints that some disorders characterized by early ageing could be treated by boosting telomerase activity.
It also offers the possibility that normal human ageing could be slowed by reawakening the enzyme in cells where it has stopped working, says Ronald DePinho, a cancer geneticist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, who led the new study. "This has implications for thinking about telomerase as a serious anti-ageing intervention."
Other scientists, however, point out that mice lacking telomerase are a poor stand-in for the normal ageing process. Moreover, ramping up telomerase in humans could potentially encourage the growth of tumours.

08 July 2012

Prostate Health Version 1.0




Due to our polluted environment, virtually all older men have enlarged prostates. This can be caused by infection, but even after all infections are eliminated with frequencies, DHT and estrogens will cause enlargement.

Frequencies can be found for these chemical compounds using their chemical structures from the Wikipedia images above. Running these frequencies will cause a breakdown of these chemicals and excretion of them from the body.

Dr. Sears has a good summary of these issues with interesting data developed from treating professional athletes. Click here for more info ...

Frequencies for estradiol, estriol, estrone, and DHT are posted on the subscribers web site.

02 July 2012

Are Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes the Answer to Quell Dengue Fever?

Australian research scientists have developed a strategy for fighting Dengue fever, a viral disease spread by mosquitoes that affects more than 50 million people annually and causes fever and crippling joint and muscle pain—and in some cases even death.
Dengue kills FAR more people worldwide than influenza, yet it is rarely even mentioned by Western media.
A bacterium named Wolbachiapipientis naturally infects many insect species and has the ability to interfere with its host's reproductive ability in such a way that entire populations become infected within just a few generationsi. When Wolbachia infects mosquitoes, the mosquitoes' ability to transmit Dengue virus is almost completely blocked.
Researchers are encouraged that these bacterially infected mosquitoes are safe to humans and, once set loose, are capable of spreading on their own and overtaking the wild mosquito populations that transmit disease to humans.
In two northern Australian towns, between 10,000 and 20,000 of these infected mozzies were released ("mozzie" is Australian for mosquito), and wild mosquito infection rates neared 100 percent—meaning, mosquitoes that can infect humans were almost completely replaced by the ones that can't.
This approach is a change from the swarms of genetically engineered mosquitoes being bred by companies like Oxitec, a British biotechnology company that has released millions of mutant mosquitoes into the fields of unsuspecting Australians.
Oxitec has found a way to genetically manipulate Aedes aegypti, the mosquito species mainly responsible for transmitting Dengue and yellow fever viruses to humans. These "frankenskeeters" represent a new and terrifying twist in potential GMO (genetically modified organisms) dangers—another product of modern science outpacing common sense when big money is thrown into the equation.