Harmonic Healing: Charting the Frequencies
The breakthrough in cancer treatment through resonant frequencies involves a careful orchestration of specific Hertz (Hz) frequencies. Here are the frequencies mentioned in the video:
- Leukemia Cells: Effective destruction was observed with frequencies between 100,000 Hz and 300,000 Hz.
- Ovarian and Pancreatic Cancer Cells: Similar frequency ranges were employed, resulting in disrupted growth and cellular disaggregation.
- MRSA Bacteria: Specific frequencies coupled with a small amount of antibiotics effectively targeted and killed MRSA cells.
Power and Duration: The precise power and duration of exposure to these frequencies are critical. Lower power over a sustained period proved effective in ensuring targeted destruction without causing heat or harm to surrounding healthy cells. Inventor James E. Bare’s patent mentioned in the video expired in 2017
Shattering cancer with resonant Hz frequencies: Anthony Holland at TEDxSkidmoreCollege
The Symphony of Science: A Music Professor’s Moonlight Journey into Cancer Research
Introduction: Unlikely Beginnings
A music professor, known for conducting orchestras, ventures into the world of science, sparking a remarkable journey into cancer research. This intriguing transition from music to a groundbreaking discovery in cancer treatment highlights the power of cross-disciplinary exploration.
A Harmonious Dream: A Future Without Cancer
For eight years, a collaboration with open-minded scientists cultivated a shared dream: a future where children no longer suffer from cancer or the harrowing side effects of traditional treatments. This team believed in a better way, a hope that manifested into a tangible discovery.
The Resonance of Healing: Shattering Cancer Cells
Without the use of radiation or drugs, the team leveraged the concept of resonant frequencies to shatter cancer cells. The method, inspired by musical principles, involved finding specific frequencies that could disrupt the cellular structure of cancer cells, much like a singer shattering a crystal glass with the right pitch.
The Science of Frequencies: Tuning Forks to Tumors
The journey began with tuning forks, demonstrating how one vibrating fork can induce a resonant vibration in another. This principle, applied to shattering microorganisms under a microscope, paved the way for targeting cancer cells. The key was to find the right frequencies, which turned out to be a combination of a low and high frequency, with the higher being the eleventh harmonic of the lower.
Microscopic Symphony: Targeted Destruction
Through meticulous experimentation, the team discovered they could target specific microorganisms without harming others. This specificity was crucial for envisioning a treatment that could target cancer cells without damaging healthy cells.
The Laboratory Concerto: From Blepharisma to Cancer Cells
In the lab, the team moved from shattering benign organisms like blepharisma to attacking various cancer cells, including leukemia, ovarian, and pancreatic cancer. Using Dr. James Bare’s Resonant Frequency Therapy Device, they achieved significant results, disrupting cancer cell growth and even killing a substantial percentage of these cells.
A New Hope: Resonance Against MRSA
Expanding their scope, the team also tackled Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a dangerous pathogen resistant to many antibiotics. Their electronic signals not only broke down the antibiotic resistance in MRSA but, in combination with a small amount of antibiotics, effectively killed the bacteria.
The Future of Cancer Treatment: A Vision of Hope
The professor envisions future cancer treatment rooms for children as bright, friendly spaces where healing comes from above in the form of beautiful, pulsing plasma lights. These lights, emitting healing frequencies, would painlessly and non-toxically shatter cancer cells, offering a new, humane approach to cancer treatment.
Conclusion: A Convergence of Music and Science
This extraordinary journey from the orchestra stage to a cancer research lab demonstrates the limitless potential of interdisciplinary collaboration. It’s a testament to how a passion for music can resonate into groundbreaking scientific discoveries, offering new hope in the battle against cancer. The professor’s story is not just about shattering cancer cells but about breaking barriers between disciplines, creating a symphony of science and hope.
James E. Bare has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).