Every object on this planet, still or alive, has an electrical frequency that can be measured accurately.
Electrical frequency is being measured by counting the number of occurrences of a repeating current flow per second.
This unit is called Hertz (Hz) and for convenience, it is defined in multiplying units like KHz, MHz, GHz, and THz. When referring to living organisms the proper frequency measuring unit is MHz Megahertz equals 106 Hz.
People might ask how come a living organism like the human being has measurable frequencies. The definite answer is how is it possible that human beings would NOT radiate in certain frequencies?
The human body is a radiant machine. Every living element in our body radiates. Our brain operates on electrical current, our ears absorb sounds vibrations, and we produce voices and temperature.
As was said, living organisms have measurable frequencies on various levels from the entire body down to the cellular level.
That fact has enabled scientist to conduct researches on humans and map their frequencies. It turned out quite clearly that there are frequency differences in healthy humans in comparison to ill ones.
Moreover, scientists discovered that each illness has a different frequency that is always within a definite range. During the first steps of that line of research those results were considered as a new diagnostic discovery, yet as the research progressed and researches started running frequency measures on human cells, it turned out that those cells also reacted to direct external light and sound frequencies.
The most incredible discovery was that ill cells reacted to very precise levels of frequencies and were cured or eliminated whilst nearby healthy cells remained intact.
It has also been discovered that the general human healthy frequency is within the range of 62-72 Hz and when it drops to lower levels it enables the appearance of a variety of diseases.
Though this line of research seemed like a major breakthrough, it was not yet able to create a meaningful statistical impact.
In some cases, there was a very positive impact whereas in other cases there was no impact at all. Scientists started exploring other elements besides sheer frequency i.e. the Hz measurement.
It appeared that with many diseases the waveform and wavelength sweep had made a tremendous difference in the overall impact.
Any movement of an object in any frequency can be changed by an external intervention of another frequency and the frequency of the human body and its cells is of no exception.
That means that sets of frequencies directed at inflicted cells of a certain disease had to have these additional elements defined by very precise data parameters, in order to create that desirable impact. Those new elements were added to radio, light and sound devices.
Now the elementary research, which produced a large variety of disease-related frequencies has turned into a high expertise research field.
In a way, it seems to be closer to biochemistry than to physics. It is no longer as simple as some people thought. Now, this field requires in-depth knowledge in order to produce effective sets of frequencies.
The beginning of the third millennium opens new horizons for frequency medicine and as it seems now, this process has already begun and it looks very promising for the humankind.
*This article was originally published at www.healtone.com By Dr. Galina Merline.