THE HIDDEN KNOWLEDGE OF VIBRATION | This is Absolutely Mind Blowing (Ancient Egyptian/Cancer Cure)

In a series of controlled experiments,  Dr. Anthony Holland and a team of cancer  researchers investigated the effects of  vibrations on cancer cells. Upon exposing  pancreatic cancer cells to resonant vibrations,  the cells underwent structural changes,  as if attempting to resonate with the vibrations.

This alteration marked the beginning of cancer cell destruction. The research   demonstrated that cancer cells are vulnerable to frequencies ranging from 100,000 to 300,000 hertz.  The team then focused on experimenting  with leukemia cells.

According to the  independent evaluations by two experts  Dr. Holland and his team were able to kill  25-42% of the leukemia cells and  decrease their growth rate by up to 65%.  The researchers also attempted to target the  antibiotic-resistant superbug MRSA, which  causes thousands of deaths annually and can  have toxic side effects when treated with  drugs.

Using frequency therapy, Dr.  Holland and his team were able to eliminate  antibiotic resistance of MRSA and  effectively kill the bug with a   minimal amount of antibiotics.  The investigation into the mysteries of the  universe and the potential for improving  human life has been a longstanding pursuit  for scientists.

Nikola Tesla, a well-known  Serbian American inventor, famously stated  that “If you want to find the secrets of the  universe, think in terms of energy, frequency,  and vibration,” while Albert Einstein  declared that “Everything in Life is Vibrations.

”  These influential figures recognised the  significance of sound, vibration, and frequency  in our lives, but it is only recently that  modern science has begun to  fully understand their impact.

Throughout history, ancient civilizations  have been aware of the transformative power of  sound, frequency and vibrations. From  ancient practices to modern scientific  discoveries, the effects of vibrations have  been studied and utilized for a variety of  purposes.

In this video, we’ll delve into the  rich history of these practices and explore  the latest findings on the power of vibrations.  Be sure to like this video and subscribe to  our channel to stay up-to-date on our latest  content.

Without further ado, let’s begin.  Did you know that everything in the universe,   from the stars in the sky to the phone in your hand, is made up of atoms and molecules?   These tiny particles are always in motion, vibrating at specific frequencies.

Each object in the universe has its own unique frequency or vibrational energy,   which makes it one of a kind. And if you know the frequency of a particular object, you can amplify   it until it destroys itself.

Just think about breaking glass with sound.   The glass has its own natural  resonance frequency, and if a  sound wave vibrates at that frequency with  enough intensity, the glass will shatter. It’s  incredible how everything in the universe  is connected through these vibrational  energies.

These vibrations happen in your body too.  These are small vibrations, things you cannot  feel. Inside each cell in your body, molecules  vibrate at specific rates. These vibrations  can generate electromagnetic energy waves.

Scientists have even been able to detect  these vibrations using advanced  technology like atomic force microscopes.   According to experts, these vibrations and the  electromagnetic energy they produce can have a  significant impact on your cells and the  functions of your body.

Different molecules  vibrate at different rates, and these rates  can change based on the conditions around  them. It’s widely believed that certain  frequencies can prevent or even destroy diseases.

One of the pioneers in this field was Dr.  Albert Abrams, who believed that all matter  vibrates and that these vibrations are specific  to the type of matter and its composition.  He also developed the theory of radionics,  which posits that diseases emit specific  electromagnetic frequencies.

Building on this work, American scientist  Royal Raymond Rife invented a device called  the Rife machine in the 1920s to treat  cancer. This machine uses low-energy  electromagnetic waves similar to radio waves  to target cancer cells, causing them to  undergo cell death.

According to Rife, using  the machine for a few minutes each day for  a certain period of time can cure cancer. In  1934, a group of doctors conducted a study  using the Rife machine on 16 terminally ill  cancer patients in a San Diego hospital, and  14 of the patients were cured within 70 days.

The other two patients were reported to be   cured 20 days later.This discovery has the  potential to completely transform the medical  industry, yet for unknown reasons, it  has been suppressed and kept under wraps.

Despite the collaborative effort to suppress  the information and destroy all evidence of  this groundbreaking technology, other scientists  were able to independently confirm the  validity of the discovery through testing.

Using a frequency healing device developed by  Rife, they were able to eliminate up to 60%  of cancer cells in patients, demonstrating  the incredible power of resonant frequencies  to heal the body.

However, the FDA took  steps to ensure that all trace of this  technology was destroyed, leaving us to wonder  what other potential medical advances  may have been silenced in the same way.  In recent years, Dr.

Anthony Holland  conducted an extensive research study on the  effects of specific frequencies on living  cells, using a device called the Resonant  Frequency Therapy Device developed  by Dr. James Bare.

After months of  experimentation in the lab, Dr. Holland  discovered that a combination of two specific  frequencies, one low and one high,  could destroy microorganisms. The higher  frequency was found to be 11 times the lower  frequency, a harmonic relationship known  in music as the eleventh harmonic.

When this harmonic was introduced,  microorganisms were observed to  shatter, as if made of crystal glass.  Dr. Holland also experimented targeting  specific organisms with specific frequencies  and found success in this approach as  well.

Around this time, he met a cancer  researcher who was interested in his work,  and together they began exploring the  effects of frequencies on cancer cells.  They focused first on pancreatic cancer and  found that when a resonant vibration was  emitted, the cancer cells changed shape and  size, as if trying to tune into the vibration.

This change in shape marked the beginning of  the destruction of cancer cells. The research  showed that cancer cells were vulnerable  to frequencies between 100,000  hertz and 300,000 hertz.Next,   they turned their attention to leukemia  cells and found that they were able to kill  an average of 25-42% of leukemia cells and  slow the growth rate of cancer by up to  65%.

In addition to cancer cells, this research  also targeted the deadly MRSA, superbug,  which is resistant to many common antibiotics  and causes thousands of deaths each  year. Dr. Holland and his team discovered  that electronic signals could also reduce  antibiotic resistance in MRSA to effectively  kill the bug with a minimal amount of  antibiotics, offering a potential alternative  to traditional treatments with toxic side   effects.

Vibrational energy experts believe  that vibrations can also affect our mental   state. Have you heard of sound healing? It  involves using specific music, instruments,   or vibrations to heal the mind, body, and  spirit.

Sound healing employs specialized sound   frequencies to create a therapeutic environment,  and focusing on these vibrations can help a person   relax and release stress, anxiety, and worry. The use of sound waves for healing is not a   new concept.

Many ancient cultures, such  as Native Americans and ancient Egyptians,   utilized singing and chanting to heal  the body and spirit, and Indian nada yoga   uses sound vibrations to calm the mind.

In modern medicine, there are numerous   types of sound therapy, each with  its own unique uses and benefits.   Neurologic music therapy can reduce stress and  promote relaxation, and a 2017 study found that   music therapy is more effective than prescription  drugs in reducing anxiety levels prior to surgery.

The Bonny method, named after Dr. Helen L.  Bonny, helps individuals explore personal   growth and consciousness through music. Binaural  beats, also known as brainwave entertainment,   stimulate the brain into a specialized state  using pulsing sound and encourage the brain   waves to align with the frequency of the beat.

It is believed that these Binaural beats help   induce relaxation, enhanced focus, and sleep. With the advancement of technology, researchers   can now detect and measure the subtle vibrations  and energy fields in the human body.

More and more   scientists and doctors are showing an interest  in the applications of vibrational medicine. In   the future, we can see a surge of global research  and discoveries in vibrational medicine.

Even the   great Albert Einstein once predicted that “Future  medicine will be the medicine of frequencies.”The   power of vibration, frequency, and sound  is not just used in healing your mind and  body.

It’s believed to have many other  uses too.Did you know that several recent  research studies have successfully levitated  objects through the manipulation of sound  waves? Although modern scientists have not  yet been able to use sound waves to lift  heavy objects, it seems ancient civilisations had  been successful in doing so.

This fascinating story   about acoustic levitation comes from remote Tibet.  In 1939, a Swedish doctor named Dr. Jarl went to a   remote Tibet to treat a high lama. After spending  some time in Tibet, he witnessed how monks use   acoustic sound to levitate rocks to a hilltop.

According to his record, there was a polished   slab of rock with a cavity in the middle. This  hole had a diameter of one meter and a depth of   about 15 centimeters. Using Yak oxen, a block of  stone was maneuvered into the cavity.

The block   was about one meter wide and one and a half meters  long. Then 13 drums and 6trumpets were set in an   arc of about 90 degrees, 63 meters away from the  large slab of stone. Among the drums, eight stood   out for their unique design, featuring a cross-  section of one meter and a length of one and   a half meters.

These drums were open at one end  and had a metal bottom at the other, upon which   the monks struck with powerful leather clubs. The monk who played the small drum, signalled   the start of the performance after the stone was  placed in position.

The small drum could be heard   even amidst the loud din of the other instruments  for its piercing sound. Then they began to play   the instruments together, singing and chanting  at the same time.

For the first four minutes,   nothing happened. But as the tempo began to  increase, the heavy slab began to sway. After   few moments, the slab suddenly took off into  the air and landed on the top of the cliff,   250m above the ground.

The monks repeated this  process to levitate five to six more rocks   onto the cliff per hour on parabolic flight track  approximately 500 meters long and 250 meters high.   From time to time, a stone would split and the  monks would move the split stones away.

Initially,   Dr. Jarl was skeptical, believing that he  might be the victim of mass psychosis. So,   he decided to film the event to document what he  was seeing. He made two films of the incident,   which showed the same things he had witnessed.

Unfortunately, the English society for which Dr.   Jarl was working confiscated the films and  declared them classified, leaving the rest   of the world unaware of this mysterious and  intriguing spectacle.

Although these tapes   were never seen again, the drawings Dr. Jarl  made of this levitation still remains today.  Modern scientists have also conducted many  experiments on sound waves and levitation.

In 1987, Dr. David Deke designed and built an  acoustic levitation chamber as a micro- gravity   experiment for NASA. The main intention  of the research was to show the effects   of micro-gravity conditions in space shuttles in  orbit.

The chamber was built as a 12-inch cubed   Plexiglass and acted as a Helmholtz Resonant  Cavity, with 3 speakers attached to the cavity   by aluminium acoustic waveguides. Dr. Deke was  able to control movement and levitation in all   three axes in the space by applying a continuous  resonant sound wave and adjusting the amplitude   and phase relationship among the 3 speakers.

In 2016, a joint research team from Brazil and   the UK lifted a 50 mm polystyrene ball several  centimeters off the ground. Interestingly, it   remained suspended for as long as the sound waves  were generated.

They aligned three ultrasonic   transducers in a tripod arrangement, creating a  stationary sound wave that negated the force of   gravity in a localized area. A stationary wave or  a standing wave is a combination of 2 waves with   the same amplitude and frequency, but they move in  opposite directions.

In 2017, a research team from   the University of Bristol levitated a polystyrene  ball with a diameter of 2cm. They used a single   ultrasonic transducer and a sound reflector to  generate a stationary sound wave.

A few years ago,   NASA developed a sonic drilling technology to  mine minerals from rocks discovered on space   missions. This invention re-sparked interest in  the use of sound to generate force and the ability   to levitate objects through sound and vibrations.

Although modern science and research have limited   knowledge of levitation, there are many historical  records and speculations on levitation using   the power of sound and vibrations. There is a popular theory among people that some   large buildings and structures around the world  were built with the use of acoustic levitation.

The pyramids, Stonehenge, and the Roman Temple  of Jupiter at Baalbek are some of these places.  The construction of the Great Pyramid of Egypt  has been the target of much debate over the   years.

No one really knows how they were built.  At present, the Great Pyramid has a height of   138.5m, and its base is measured to be about 230  m2. The whole construction would have required   2.3 million large blocks weighing 6 million  tonnes in total.

It’s generally estimated that   construction of this size involved a workforce  of four to five thousand men over a period of   twenty years. But there is a lesser-known story  about the construction of pyramids.

According to   some historians, the ancient Egyptians may have  had access to a device that could be tuned to a   specific frequency, allowing them to cut massive  stones as if they were cutting butter.

This   advanced technology is thought to have been used  to create the impressive Al Nasal rock formation   in Saudi Arabia and the Puma punku complex,  featuring dozens of perfectly cut stones.

If   you’re skeptical of this possibility, just take  a look at these ancient structures for yourself   and see the incredible craftsmanship on display. According to a 10th century Arab historian named   Abul Hasan Ali Al-Masudi, the ancient Egyptians  used levitation to construct the pyramids.

Al-Masudi described a process in which a  papyrus imprinted with symbols was placed   under the stones and how a metal rod was struck  against the stones to begin levitation. The metal   poles placed on each side would guide the stone  along a fenced path.

From Al-Masudi’s writings,   some also believe that these poles could  have been used to generate sound vibrations,   which would have initiated the levitation.  However, Al-Masudi’s accounts are often met   with skepticism.

As the pyramids were already  thousands of years old at the time of his writing,   it is unclear how he obtained this information.  It could have been a part of oral history   that was passed from generation to generation.

There is no other direct evidence to suggest that   pyramids were built by acoustic levitation. But  interestingly, the Great Pyramid of Giza does have   some remarkable acoustic properties, including the  ability to amplify sounds generated at specific   frequencies.

Even archeological researchers like  Graham Hancock believe that ancient civilizations   are far more advanced than originally thought.  The Egyptians who built the pyramids on the Giza   Plateau seem to have known a lot about sound  and how to use it to produce powerful effects,   possibly acoustic levitation.

There are many other  ancient structures constructed from massive blocks   of stone. In fact, many great monuments and  temples around the world use stones of massive   size, and people have often wondered how they  were able to move and position them so precisely.

A recent study published in the Journal of  Archaeological Science proposed that acoustic   levitation could have moved the gigantic stones in  Stonehenge. Using a computer simulation program,   the researchers suggested that levitation  is a feasible explanation of how ancient   Britons were able to move massive stones from  faraway quarries to the mountain’s location.

Another ancient monument that has been attributed  to acoustic levitation is the Temple of Jupiter   at Baalbek, Lebanon. This Roman temple has  a foundation of three massive stone blocks,   perhaps the largest blocks to be used in  a man-made structure.

Each of these weighs   as much as 1000 tons. Historians agree that Roman  cranes used at the time were not able to lift this   much weight. And no crane would have been able  to position them together with such precision.

Another baffling sight is the Hajar el Hibla,  a monolith found near a quarry nearby. This   rectangular piece of stone is one of the largest  blocks ever cut by humans and weighs nearly 1,200   tons.

It would require thousands of men to even  budge this stone, let alone move it. For many,   the temple’s original method of construction  remains an archeological mystery. But not if   you consider acoustic levitation.

According to  modern researchers on vibration and frequency,   moving a heavy object and splitting or cutting  it evenly is certainly possible with sound waves.  Interestingly, there is another recent creation  some people credit to acoustic levitation.

This   is the Coral Castle located in Florida. It  is an oolite limestone structure built by   the eccentric Latvian-American immigrant Edward  Leedskalnin between 1923 and 1951. This stone   castle complex has nearly a thousand  large stones cut in different shapes:   tables, chairs, slab walls, a  water fountain, a crescent moon,   and a sundial.

Leedskalnin is said to have  cut, shaped, and lifted all stones by himself.  During the period of construction, no one was  allowed to visit the place or observe his work,   so there were no eyewitness records of how he  worked.

Leedskalnin never admitted to using sonic   levitation, but it’s said that he had an interest  in radios and possessed a huge collection of   radio equipment. He also showed a deep interest in  magnetism, frequency, and energy, and wrote books   and pamphlets on it.

In one of his written works,  he admitted: “I have discovered the secrets of the   pyramids and have found out how the Egyptians and  the ancient builders in Peru, Yucutan, and Asia,   with only primitive tools, raised and set in  place blocks of stone weighing many tons!”  If these claims about acoustic levitation are  correct, our ancestors knew the secrets of the   universe: the power of vibration, frequency,  and sound.

But somewhere along the way,   we lost this knowledge. If modern scientists and  researchers were to rediscover these secrets,   the world we know today would  certainly be a very different place!

 

 

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