Seattle Children's Hospital Pediatric Pain Team- by UW Medicine
I would like to make a proposal to UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital and that is offering my services to develop a complementary venue for pain management treatment. State of the art medicines used for pain treatment can be matched on a molecular level as a compound electromagnetic frequency that the body recognizes. An example is the matched frequency for Ibuprofen that is discussed here and on a video here.
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.
There are two ways to use the designer fields. One is simply playing the mp3 audio file through an electrical coil creating the desired electromagnetic field without sound. The other method is tuning material such as a silicone wristband with this designer field that will take on many of the pain relieving characteristics of the original chemical compound. I can envision a blanket-like device with embedded coils that would create a pain mitigating field as well as simply wearing tuned material to that pain relieving frequency. Both methods work. As little as six watts of power is sufficient for a electrical coil device and would work easily with a mp3 docking station.
The beauty of working with matched designer fields for pain therapy may be avoiding adverse reactions due to the actual chemicals, allowing for lower doses of medications, and maneuvering to other effective pain management frequencies if chemical tolerance becomes an issue.
This is my second weak field match of great individuals who have influenced the course of history through peaceful means.
One day in the not too distant future, scientists will acknowledge that the weak magnetic field of molecular structures can be replicated either directly or indirectly via sound recordings. I have written numerous articles at this site on how this can be accomplished and have given examples that can be explored and analyzed. Biological systems can be matched in the same way. This is possible 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. Eventually researchers will develop the tools to validate what I am sharing with you today.
There is a treasure trove of information that can be gleaned from audio recordings that offers detailed information about area-specific weak molecular fields that can be analyzed by devices tuned into this information. The electromagnetic field from the audio coil in your speaker is replicating this weak field that is frozen in time as an archived audio recording, but there is no reason that a live audio stream cannot be used as a tool for remote real time analysis.
I have replicated the weak field of Mahatma Gandhi from a 1931 audio recording of a speech he gave in Kingsley Hall, London, England. The weak field we broadcast, for better use of the term, is how others in close proximity recognize this field signature. That is, our body reacts to this field. It is recognized as a physical and emotional response. Everyone has their own unique weak field signature.
Here is the weak field replication of Mahatma Gandhi as a mp3 audio file. Items such as silicone wristbands and glass blanks can be tuned to this frequency. One can then get a physical glimpse or reflection of what this great man felt like if you were in his presence.