A Re-Soundingly Successful Experiment
Recently, in Germany, researchers took the DNA of a 17-year-old boy, recorded its sound frequencies, and saved them. The boy was accidentally killed, but the scientists still had his DNA frequency patterns. Later, the DNA frequencies of the 17-year-old were transmitted into the body of a man in his late thirties. And the man almost became the young boy. His skin became youthful, he became slim, his hair went back to its natural color. Today he's in his forties and he still looks like a much younger man.
Sir Peter Guy Manning, M.D.
Cymatics As Science
In the early 18th century, the German physicist Ernst Chladni, the ''father of acoustics,'' covered plates with thin layers of sand, set them vibrating, and observed the patterns that were made in response to different sound stimuli.
In 1967, nearly three hundred years later, Hans Jenny, a Swiss doctor, artist, and researcher, published Cymatics The Structure and Dynamics of Waves and Vibrations. In this book, published in both German and English, Jenny, like his precursor, showed what happens when one takes various materials like sand, water, or iron filings, and places them on vibrating metal surfaces.
When this is done, shapes and motion-patterns appear. Some of these patterns are nearly perfectly ordered and are stationary. Others develop in a turbulent, organic fashion, and are constantly in motion.
Jenny used crystal oscillators, and invented what he called a ''tonoscope'' to set his plates and membranes vibrating. One of the most fascinating discoveries he made was that the vowels of Hebrew and Sanskrit, when toned into his media, formed the actual patterns of the letters themselves! Modern languages did not have this effect. All of which leads to the speculation that there may be some truth in the concept of a ''sacred language'' an actual, physical reason why the recitation of sacred mantras and texts may have real healing properties.
Jenny thought that evolution was a result of vibrations, with the vibrations of one level of organization, such as that of cells, each one unique, combining to create glands and organs and so on, each new level being a harmonic of the previous one. Jenny saw that we could heal the body with sound by understanding how different frequencies influence the genes, cells, and organs of the body.
Out of Jenny's work, and that of other scientists in the late fifties, came the reality of using sound to transmute diseased cells into their healthy counterparts.
Enter the Age of Miracles
It was Sir Peter Guy Manners, British medical doctor, who collated the work that had been done in cymatics research and developed from it the therapy of Cymatics. Stated most simply, Cymatics therapy uses a toning device to transmit into diseased areas of the body the signature vibrations of healthy organs and tissues.
We called Dr. Manners at his academy in Bretforton, England. He told us that he had started off in ordinary medicine, but that a couple years into his training he'd reached a startling realization.
As part of my training, I and my fellow students would observe doctors in the process of treating their patients. And so we are sitting there with this doctor, and some patient comes in with a headache, and the doctor says, 'Take these two tablets.' And the patient goes off. But he comes back in a fortnight or so, a couple weeks, and he says, 'Those tablets did the trick, but now I've got a little tummy upset.' And we watch the doctor give him some different tablets, and he goes off. And then later this same patient is back again, 'Oh, those tablets were wonderful, but now I've got a bit of diarrhea, you see.'
Knowing that there had to be a better way of healing than what was taught to him in medical school, Dr. Manners traveled all over the world seeking to find out what other options existed for treating patients. He spent time studying with scientists in Germany (''I liked the kind of research they were doing''), Russia, and the United States.
''And I realized, we started out with one patient, and now we've got three!''
Somewhere in his travels, Manners met up with Hans Jenny. ''He was interested in making forms and shapes with sound, and these coincided with the forms and shapes of anatomy and physiology,'' Dr. Manners said. Out of this observation came Cymatics, or Bioresonance, therapy the use of sound to transform diseased tissue into its healthy counterpart.
Cymatics probes are used to transmit bioresonance energy, in the form of electronic pulses, from the Cymatics instrument directly to human tissue. Another method of application is through fluids. Water or a homeopathic preparation is placed on a Bioresonance Energizer, which imprints the bioenergetic patterns into the solution. Also, there are units which can transmit bioenergy patterns into a bathtub or hydrotherapy unit. Yet another unit combines bioenergetic frequencies with color.
You can see how all of this works by realizing that there is no difference between the energetic pattern of an object and the object itself. We are made of energy. If we transmit a healthy frequency into diseased tissue, we cause it to take on the frequency and thus, the actuality of healthy tissue.
When asked what brings people to Cymatics therapy, Dr. Manners said, ''They choose it because a tremendous percentage want to move out of the drug scene.'' And he stresses that, at least in the U.K., Cymatics has earned scientific recognition. "Scientists like it because its techniques can be explained and quantified, and the results are predictable. We know scientifically what will happen,'' Manners said, ''if we transmit a certain combination of frequencies into the tissue.''
The instrument that is used to transmit sound vibrations into the human body is currently known as the Mark VI. It has replaced Mark I through V. ''This instrument,'' Dr. Manners says, ''holds up to 390 commutations of frequencies, sounds which will regenerate organs and tissues in the body.''
Cymatics and the Fountain of Youth
Perhaps the most exciting possible application of Cymatics, as we indicate in the story that leads off this article, is its potential to reverse the aging process.
''When you're born,'' Dr. Manners said, ''every cell multiplies. Then, at puberty, the frequency patterns of the cells change, and instead of multiplying, cell replaces cell. As we age, cells still replace each other, but the tempo slows down.
''Within a few years of time we will be able to prevent this slowing down of cell replacement. And this can all be done with sound. If we take a frequency sample of your DNA at age 18, and save it, then later, if we transmit this frequency to your cells, they will rejuvenate.''
The Future of Advanced Medicine
Sir Peter Guy Manners is an M.D. ''But I don't administer drugs,'' he says. Drugs, he claims, are destructive. The type of medicine he practices is constructive. And although in the United States constructive healing modalities go under the name of ''alternative therapy,'' in the United Kingdom they are referred to as Advanced Medicine. And the doctors who practice Advanced Medicine, instead of being hounded by professional and governmental organizations, may even aspire to knighthood.
''It used to be, when doctors didn't know how to heal an arm or a leg, they just amputated it,'' Manners said. ''By the year 2010, medicine as it's known today will be as out of date as chopping off limbs. Prepare to accept the wonders of technology as established, scientific fact. Miracles will become the natural thing.
''Miracles,'' concludes Dr. Manners, ''were simply things people didn't understand. Today, we can explain miracles. Miracles fit right in with advanced technology.''
There are Cymatics clinics in many countries, and more Cymatics therapists are needed. If you would personally like to pursue Cymatics therapy, as a subject or as a career, Dr. Manners invites you to call or write to him. His contact information, biography, and more information about Cymatics can be found at cymatics.org.uk.
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