Originally posted by badmedia
Rather than seeing those "waves" as some kind of vibration and frequency, I see it as information and values.
This is exactly
what it is & it's not a new concept either. Many people use it on a regular, perhaps daily, basis. Turn on your radio...
The wave signals that are being broadcast to your receiver are specifically modulated to pass "intelligence." That is to say, any radio signal that
carries any kind of information on it is said to "carry intelligence."
With AM Radio, it's the amplitude of the signal wave that your receiver translates into music & voice...In FM Radio, the amplitude of the signal
stays constant, but it's the frequencies
that are controlled.
The music & voice of the DJ are the "intelligence" riding on the radio signal. Composed of sound waves, the "noise" can indeed change your mood,
as you listen to the music & let your mind wander with it.
The only thing that seems to be new with the idea discussed here is that "sounds waves we can't consciously hear do have a physical effect on us,
but this effect happens on the DNA level." The fact that sounds we can't hear do affect us has been established...It only remains to be seen how
we are affected, as these researchers continue the study.
Originally posted by JayinAR
The dude with the flashy avatar needs to stop using that avatar. Those color changes in bursts like that are known to cause epileptic seizures.
Case in point...
Originally posted by badmedia
It's when people start talking about "changing their frequency" that I become skeptical.
I have to agree here. Our individual DNA patterns have evolved over millions of years along a certain sets of closely-related "frequencies" to
produce an individual variety within the same species...Much the same as 2 different FM radio stations can simply avoid using the same frequency & not
"bleed over" into each other. All you can get is a combination
of signals, but neither of those two "intelligent components" have any real
effect on each other...One intelligent signal does not alter the actual broadcast of intelligence in the other. The mixing of the two signals can
produce some pretty bizzare-sounding results, but the actual signals involved don't change each other. But I'd have to agree with Johnmike that
using UV light frequencies can only result in destroyed DNA...At least until scientists can learn to control the precise frequencies as unerringly as
a musician can control the music-frequencies to achieve positive
Originally posted by Reddupo
That is what Hermes apparently did in his stories in the Hermetic classic, the Kybalion. He came to primitive Egypt and they feared him as a God
because he harnessed the power of sound vibrations and they had no idea.
Do you really know
that this is what Hermes did? Or perhaps did he use something else? Evidence leading to proof of this is "sketchy" at
best, considering that most documentation in that Age of Humans is...Shall we say, "incomplete?"
Have any reliable
Originally posted by B.Morrison
If there weren't human body frequencies that can be determined & adapted to, they would not be able to medically treat people with
One point you're missing here is that doctors don't adapt
ultrasound frequencies with their patients. In most cases, it's used to "scan" &
electronically interpret rebounded signals into an image...As submarine sonar does. In the other case, ultrasound is used merely as a tightly focused,
highly damaging frequency to break up tissues, like kidney stones. Scanning or damage...That's all there is to the current practice of medical
Originally posted by Konspiracy Brotha
Nothing exists in the body for NAUGHT.
That much is a given. If certain DNA sequences had no use for us in the past, we never would have evolved in the first place. Conversely, if the
for certain traits is non-existent, we can't evolve any further. That would be very bad, because Nature has proven time & again that
environmental factors do have an effect
on the paths that our DNA can develop...In time.
Originally posted by norman619
You can look at EVERYTHING as a "frequency" since everything is vibrating.
This much is also true. All known forms of matter & energy are vibrating, right down on the sub-atomic level. The slower the frequency, the more
"solid" it appears & the higher the frequency, the more likely it becomes energy. One of the fundamental Laws of the Universe is that nothing is
static & nothing is wasted, as it all interacts with each other & even converts to different forms. Matter converts to either a different form of
matter (in time) or eventually converts into energy & energy does the same in respect to matter. It's a self-perpetuating cycle; Life eventually dies
& feeds new life to grow & die, which feeds new life...etc.
Originally posted by Angel One
e.g. at night I would think hard about the time I want to awaken the next morning and the next morning I would wake up just before the clock goes off,
this still happens to this day especially for an important event. I wonder if this is one and the same thing as they are saying here.
Not really. Sleep Research has already verified that concentrating on one particular thought & then dreaming about it in your sleep produces positive
results. For example, people who begin to learn a new skill just before going to bed & then concentrating & dreaming about it tend to show marked
improvement in performing the new skill...In comparison to those who don't
try to "dream up new skill."
This seems to be an evolutionary trait, when we had to rely on "fight or flight" to survive...When confronted with something new in the environment
(& surviving to think about it later), we evolved the ability to "dream" new skills or tactical plans that would aid in survival, should a similar
circumstance occur in the future. Dreaming in such a manner actually aided in survival & evolution. It seems to me that consideration of "dreaming
true," compared to "light affecting alteration in DNA," isn't much more than a dead-end or a distraction to the real
issue. So far, the
human mind is still as "not fully understood" as the permutations in DNA.
Originally posted by Anamnesis
Hmmm... not sure why this was a direct response to something I posted. I'm certainly not "in the box". However, it's my belief that there is
always a mechanism by which any "paranormal" phenomena can be explained.
Same here...I just don't think that intentionally altering our DNA with light frequencies is the way to find out though.
What concerns me is that we have human beings, just as fallible as any other, messing around with DNA without really knowing for certain
it is they're messing with...And it's going to take a lot of destroyed DNA to figure it out, just as it took a lot of time & effort for people to
puzzle out sound-harmonics.
Just keep in mind that the entire basis of scientific research is the study of the Natural Universe. Observe, Formulate Theory, then Experiment. If
your theory doesn't fit the facts derived from Experimentation, throw out the theory, not the results. This seems to be too common of a failing in
the scientific community; There's too much "politics" in there anymore...