Tuning Your Body Using Tuning Forks of the Harmonic Musical Scale Bursts Cancer Cells!
On of the main reasons I love using tuning forks is the positive effect that sound frequencies have on your body. Research conducted by Fabian Maman along with his colleague Helene Grimal, has shown that cancer cells explode with the correct use of musical frequencies.
In 1981, musician, composer and acupuncturist Fabien Maman conducted a revolutionary sound-cellular biology experiment showing the impacts of acoustic sound on human cells. He found that through a series of acoustic sounds, he could explode cancer cells, as well as energize and empower healthy ones. He also found that healthy cells changed shape and color according to the pitch and timbre of each note, and that when cells felt a ‘vibratory affinity’ with a certain note, the cells’ aura transformed into a mandala shape of vibrant color.
In the color palettes above, you can see the cell wall is destroyed.
These pictures above were taken while a xylophone was used over a period of fourteen minutes playing the Ionian Scale (nine musical notes C-D-E-F-G-A-B- and C and D from the next octave above.) “The structure quickly disorganized. Fourteen minutes was enough time to explode the cell when I used these nine different frequencies”, says Maman.
The most dramatic influence on the cells came from the human voice when Maman sang the same scale into the cells. In this experiment the cancer cells experienced a total explosion within nine minutes.
You might be wondering, “What are Tuning Forks?”
Tuning forks emit vibrational sound waves. Traditionally they are used to tune musical instruments.
They are also used in medicine as a preferred method of testing for certain types of hearing loss. Testing for hearing loss with a tuning fork is called a Rinne test. The Rinne test involves a doctor placing a humming tuning fork near the patient’s skull. The doctor will then place the fork near the patient’s ear. Using a stopwatch, the doctor will time how long the patient can hear it by the skull and the ear. If the patient feels the fork more through the jaw than they can hear it through the ear there is a problem conducting soundwaves.
When X-rays aren’t quickly accessible, doctors or athletic trainers can quickly determine if there is a bone fracture by striking a tuning fork and placing the vibrating fork close to the affected area. The outcome is determined by pain and reduction of sound transmission in the affected area. The sensitivity of the tuning-fork tests are high, ranging from 75% to 92%.
Tuning forks can also provide sound therapy for a deep state of relaxation and meditation. They are also used for a variety of other health complaints, as well as balancing of the Chakra and Meridian energy systems.
When used on Acupuncture points, they stimulate homeostasis in the autonomic nervous system for balance in the body and mind.
How do They Work?
The vibration of a tuning fork is felt as it resonates through muscle, bones, and organs creating entrainment. This is synchronization of the body’s systems, organs, and tissues to the frequency of the fork reaching a harmonic natural rhythm.
The treatment stimulates healing of tissue at the cellular level getting to the root cause of disharmony.
It works because each of our tissues, organs and cells have their own frequency. Musical instruments have varying sound waves, which penetrate the human body, causing vibrations within the cell. Specific vibrations strengthen healthy cells while regenerating weaker cells.
Tuning forks used for sound healing come in a variety of sets and frequencies. By directing the sound waves of correct tuning forks at key acupuncture and reflexology points, the sound travels through the body to the appropriate organ, gland, bone, or tissue. The healing frequency directs the body’s cells to tune up to their proper healthy pitch enabling them to function as they should.
How do Tuning Forks Burst Cancer Cells?
The findings in the laboratory setting urged Maman to continue his study, but this time he chose to work with two breast cancer patients. Each woman committed to tone for three-and-a-half hours per day over a period of a month. In one case, the tumor vanished completely.
The second woman underwent surgery to remove the tumor. Her surgeon reported that the tumor had reduced in size considerably and had literally dried up. She recovered fully from the surgery and made a complete recovery. Maman’s explanation for this incredible phenomenon was substantiated by the photographs he had taken during his case studies.
He says, “the cancer cells show evidence of cell nuclei incapable of maintaining their structure as the sound wave frequencies attack the cytoplasmic and nuclear membranes.”
The vibration of sound literally transforms the cell structure. As the voice intensifies and time passes with no break in sound, the vibratory rate becomes too powerful, and the cells cannot adapt or stabilize themselves. Therefore, the cell dies because it is not able to accommodate its structure and synchronize with the collection of sound.
They cannot live in an atmosphere of dissonance and they cannot become resonant with the body. Therefore, the tumor cells destabilize, disorganize, disintegrate, explode and are ultimately destroyed in the presence of pure sound.
For this reason, the use of tuning forks with a specific anti-cancer protocol would be a great addition to traditional cancer therapies. The protocol can also be used prophylactically as a monthly wellness regime.
Tuning Forks and Nitric Oxide Release
According to John Beaulieu in his book, Human Tuning: Sound Healing With Tuning Forks (2010), research indicates the vibration from tuning forks when placed on or over the body stimulates the release of nitric oxide (NO) from neural, endothelial, and immune cells. It is released to surrounding tissues as a gas. This gas is fundamental to all living organisms. It is made within our vascular, nerve, and immune cells. It participates in the healthy function of all main organ systems. The release occurs in rhythmic six-minute cycles called, “puffing”. This is directly related to the balance of our parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. It is our yin and yang balance according to Chinese Medicine.
Under stress this rhythmic cycle is compromised. With a reduction in NO release tissue pathology occurs over time. Symptoms arise such as lack of energy, joint pain, depression, decreased libido, headaches, memory loss, and poor digestion. These symptoms can escalate into serious diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, autoimmune disorders, and cancer.
Miraculously, research shows and Otto tuning fork at 128 Hz. will spike release of NO and enhance NO rhythmic puffing cycles. This balances the autonomic nervous system, and signals destruction of anti-bacterial, anti-viral microbes, and balances free-radicals.
Moreover, the Otto 128 is the difference between the tone of a perfect fifth. For instance, the difference between the notes C256 and G384 equals 128cps. Thus, when you are listening to the perfect fifth you are also hearing a 128cps pulse. It is the sound of the perfect fifth and 128 traveling through the body that can stimulate the release of NO as well as the release of anti-bacterial, anti-viral and free-radicals.
The benefits described by researchers are that of anti-aging, enhanced cellular vitality, improved metabolism, digestion, vascular flow, and a greater sense of well-being.
The effects are physical, mental-emotional and spiritual.
I would like to reiterate that the use of tuning forks with a specific anti-cancer protocol would be a great addition to traditional cancer therapies. The protocol can also be used prophylactically as a monthly wellness regime.
Dr. Michele Arnold
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Beaulieu, John (2010). Human Tuning: Sound Healing With Tuning Forks. Biosonic Enterprises, Ltd. New York.
Maman, Fabian. The Role of music in the twenty-first century. Redondo Beach, CA.: Tama-Dõ Press, 1997.
Tuning forks in determining fractures. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5076288/
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