I am an amateur researcher and have been developing and testing designer compound frequencies as an avocation for over five years now. My initial research with subtle magnetic fields began in 1998. Matching weak molecular magnetic fields with compound electromagnetic frequencies in the sound frequency range is a breakthrough discovery. Nature responds to designer weak electromagnetic lower frequencies. The ability to tune the molecular field of one material into the field of another material, not considered to be magnetic or having the ability to be tuned, is revolutionary and will open the door to new technologies, medical advances and a novel way to interact with our natural world.
Three key insights to this process are:
*** Biological systems respond to designer compound electromagnetic frequencies in the sound frequency range.
*** Audio Recordings capture the dynamic interplay of the vibrating atoms of molecular structures, that are a composite for that area, as very subtle background noise that can only be discerned from the field generated by the electrical audio coil. Playing back the audio recording is replicating this area-specific molecular magnetic field composite that can be extracted. See “Extracting from Audio” page for more information.
*** Molecular structures can be matched directly by hand.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
This is a paradigm shift in the understanding of electromagnetism on a molecular level:
1. Tuning and enhancing the molecular weak field of a material using a designer electromagnetic field from an electrical coil using designer audio files. Visit the “Sample Frequencies” page and my YouTube channel for over 100 designer frequencies.
2. Replicating molecular weak electromagnetic fields that the body recognizes for medical and other ecosystem technologies.
3. A process that replicates the molecular magnetic field of one material into the field of a host material.
4. Replicating area-specific weak fields in Nature
The electromagnetic field from the electrical coil in your speaker is creating the precise field for tuning and not the subsequent mechanical sound wave frequencies. Sound is not necessary if one uses a coil-only device. However, for convenience and practicality use your computer audio speaker with sound.
Apollo 12 Lunar sample 12407,6 by Chuck Northcutt
The area-specific weak electromagnetic field at Surveyor crater on the Lunar surface was replicated by directly comparing the molecular weak field of the sample above and the extracted weak field from the Apollo 12 mission recording at Surveyor crater. You can learn more about this process here.
The area-specific weak field of the Xanadu region on Titan, one of Saturn’s moons, is replicated from an actual audio recording from the descending Huygens spacecraft as it landed on the surface. This to be the only audio recording ever made beyond our Moon with the Apollo missions and gives us a unique opportunity to replicate the area-specific weak field of Titan that has a physiological effect on the body. You can read more about the area-specific weak field replication here.
Tuned items such as silicone wristbands, glass and aluminum behave similarly to an audio/video tape, the magnetic strip on your credit card or the hard drive on your computer. If you place them near a strong magnetic field such as a strong magnet the tuning will be corrupted. Not something to be concerned about in day to day use but it can happen under the right circumstances. If that occurs one can simply re-tune the item. Otherwise, the tuning is permanent.
In the near future, researchers will be able to directly match the molecular field of geological specimens and determine where they originated from. I perform these field matches by hand and from audio, but the underlying physics is there. Here are some applications to consider using this process that would be noninvasive:
1. Complimenting existing medical therapies and rehabilitating promising medications with severe side effects as a electromagnetic field or tuned material.
2. Creating unique medical therapies
3. Matching, replicating and categorizing molecular structures with unique field ID
4. Matching, replicating and categorizing geological sample molecular fields with unique field ID
5. Interacting with bio-systems
6. Enhancing artificial environments
Thomas Lee Jacobs
First published September 9, 2010
Updated September 1, 2013