(Minghui.org) This pandemic has lasted 18 months, with the latest wave of infections spreading in India, Taiwan, mainland China, and other places. At the same time, new virus variants have emerged with increased infectivity and transmissibility. This has also reduced the specificity and effect of vaccines. Since there are no miracle drugs available, can we boost people’s immunity to safely and completely fend off viruses?
In fact, there have been people who improved or quickly recovered from Covid-19 infections without medical treatment. How did it happen?
As mentioned below, scientists have found that human DNA seems to have more functions than merely recording genetic information.
By piecing together related information, one may find there have already been ways to bolster immunity. I hope the discussions in this article will lead you on a journey toward health and more understandings of life.
This is an important topic because the emerging variants of the virus have reduced the vaccine’s effectiveness. Without magic medicine, improving immunity could be critical for us to counter the virus.
Let us review the common phenomenon of resonance, which is when the vibration of one physical system triggers the vibration of another physical system. In other words, when the frequencies of two objects are the same, the vibration could easily pass from one to another. The most common form is acoustic resonance. There are many types of resonance in our life, such as that of musical instruments, the response of our eardrums to sound, and resonance in electrical circuits.
We can start with sound. As we know, sound has different frequencies. For example, high-pitched sound is sharp, while low-frequency sound is deep. In fact, heat, sunlight, mental activity, emotions, thoughts, words, the human body, and the universe are all waves with frequencies. Therefore, can mind and emotion have physical resonance? This is an interesting topic since it is related to our health and immunity. We will come back to this topic later.
Here are a few experiments.
Backster: Emotion and DNA
Cleve Backster, an interrogation specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), was best known for his experiments with plants in the 1960s. In 1966, he discovered and recorded plants demonstrating emotions, feeling pain, and displaying extrasensory perception (ESP). Referring to that as primary perception, he published the work in International Journal of Parapsychology in 1968.
In another experiment conducted by Backster, he took DNA samples from volunteers and connected them with a sensor to record changes. When the volunteers stayed in another room and experienced emotional changes, their DNA samples also had a strong electrical response at the same time. That is, human emotions could produce some frequencies that could be received by their DNA across space, forming resonance.
People have learned that a good mood helps improve health and immunity. But facing all kinds of stress in life, especially the threat of the pandemic, managing emotions is not easy.
Could there be waves in the universe that would trigger positive resonance in us and our DNA? If so, it could benefit us in many ways. Where can we find it, then?
Let’s look at a second experiment.
Rein: Mind Intent and DNA
Glen Rein, a biologist who trained at the University of London, found that the human mind could affect DNA structure.
Normally, DNA exists in the shape of a double helix. When DNA is replicated, damaged or denatured, it will go through unwinding. Such structural changes of unwinding and rewinding can be measured by absorbance at 260 nm.
In Rein’s experiment, DNA samples, such as human placental DNA, were placed in deionized water with treatment to partially unwind (denature) the DNA. Several volunteers then looked at the DNA samples with a strong mind to unwind or rewind the DNA. As a result, between 2% and 10% of the samples had structural changes, while only 1% of the samples changed in the control group (where volunteers stared at the samples without using any mind intent).
This finding showed the close relationship between the human mind and DNA. One possible explanation is that mental activities are waves that can be detected by DNA and form resonance.
Numerous scientists have studied the frequencies of the earth. One of them was Nikola Tesla, and another was Winfried Otto Schumann.
Tesla was an American inventor, electrical engineer, and mechanical engineer. In 1899, he moved his lab to Colorado Springs, where he could study high-voltage electricity in high-altitude areas. He found that the earth is a conductor and produced artificial lightning.
Besides his work on alternating current (AC), Tesla also put in a lot of effort studying wireless electrical power distribution and wireless communication. Based on his experimental results and calculations, he estimated the frequency of the earth to be close to 8 Hz.
This was further explored by German physicist Winfried Otto Schumann in 1950s. More specifically, it was a series of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the earth's electromagnetic field spectrum known as Schumann resonances (SR).
In fact, the space between the surface of the earth and the conductive ionosphere acts as a closed wave guide, while dimensions of the earth cause this wave guide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves. The cavity is naturally excited by electrical currents in lightning. The fundamental mode is a standing wave in the earth–ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the earth. The lowest-frequency mode has a frequency of 7.83 Hz.
Interestingly, the frequency of the earth is about the same as that of the hippocampus in the human brain. “The human brain's alpha waves function in this range and the electrical resonance of the earth is between 6 and 8 hertz. Thus, our entire biological system–the brain and the earth itself–work on the same frequencies,” Tesla once wrote.
It has been shown that injury to the hippocampus would cause memory loss and a weakened sense of orientation. Furthermore, scientists have designed small generators that produce Schumann resonances for astronauts to carry to maintain their physiological condition.
DNA and Waves
Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Peter Gariaev has researched laser technology, dark matter, nano-structure, super conductivity, cosmic rays, and gamma astronomy.
In one experiment, Gariaev showed DNA could absorb protons. After placing DNA in a quartz container, he treated the sample with a weak laser light. A detection instrument indicated that the DNA had absorbed all protons like a sponge that absorbs water.
Instead of just passing through, light energy could be absorbed by the human body like water. The energy can then be stored and utilized. The phenomenon of Schumann resonances mentioned above is also an example of the human body absorbing energy from the universe for self-protection.
Radios and Waves
Many cell phones nowadays have wireless charging capabilities. Without a wire, the battery can be charged through an electromagnetic coil. This wireless charging works in a similar way to how a radio receives signals from a radio station.
Inside a radio is a tuner that selects the frequency. Part of the tuner is an adjustable coil of wire known as an inductor. When the tuner is adjusted, it can receive signals from different radio stations.
As we have seen from above, energy such as Schumann resonances is beneficial to the human body. Then, are there other types of energy in the cosmos that can benefit us?
(To be continued)