Repairing your body/DNA with 528 Hz Frequency

In the ancient times.. Atlantis.. Egypt.. times of the wise priests and godlike beings. It was claimed that great healers would use Magnetism and sound to heal wounds. Wounds that only could be cured through these uses, not with actual physical form change ie Surgery.

It is also stated that Thoth. Jesus. and others spoke a hidden language. The language of the bird i think it was called.
And through this language they could open portals (figuratively or literally i am not sure) To higher levels of dimensia and consciousness.

Repairing Your DNA – with 528 HZ Frequency

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZrBRQn6K0A&eurl=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dETgv…eature=related

It is now believed that the frequencies found by Puleo have healing properties. The frequency of 528 Hz supposedly has healing effects on DNA.The frequency seems to influence the water molecules that surround the DNA helix. Glen Rein of the Quantum Biology Research Lab in New York has performed experiments with in vitro DNA that was exposed to different recordings of musical styles. He used a technique to convert the music into audio scalar waves. He used two phase opposite sound sources from the same music to self-cancel the waves and create scalar audio waves. In the experiment a CD player, an amplifier and a spiral like self-cancelling coil were used. Four styles of music were played to test tubes containing in vitro DNA. The absorption of UV light of the DNA test tube samples was measured after an hour.

Gregorian chants had caused a 5 to 9.1 % increase in the absorption of UV light due to the unwinding of the DNA helix. Sanskrit chanting caused a similar 5.8% to 8.2% effect. Rock (0-1%) and classical music (0-1.1%) had little or no effect. Glen Rein finally concluded that the audible sound waves of the Solfeggio scale can cause resonance in DNA and can have healing effects.

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~ by spyaokid on March 10, 2008.

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