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When Our Cell Phones Chat with Our Genes
Our DNA can understand what we are saying on our cell phones. But this little known, additional hazard of today's microwave technology also conceals a valuable opportunity for the future - provided we replace unnatural cellular phone technology with a more natural means of telecommunications.
Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf
During a course we gave in Berlin some time ago, we happened
to notice a young woman in the audience, Patricia B. She had
a thick bandage wrapped around her right forearm.
When we inquired about this, she told us that she had a painful,
protracted case of tendonitis, and she even asked us to help
her, since medical treatment up to that point yielded no results.
We did not have anything on hand for treatment purposes that
day, and yet we did know a possible way to give this woman first
aid, at least.
We took a cell phone from its pouch and made a call –
to keep it simple, to the answering machine in our office. As
soon as the connection was made, Franz pointed the cell phone’s
antenna towards Patricia’s forearm, and at the same time
spoke a few positive, healing affirmations: “Your arm
is back to normal. In every cell of your arm, the DNA is seeing
to it that everything will again function in a normal, healthy
The entire procedure only lasted a few minutes. Patricia reported
that her lower arm tingled and felt very warm during this period.
Even after these few minutes she felt a significant improvement
in her condition.
When we met with the group again one week later, we saw that
Patricia had come without a bandage this time. When we asked
her how she was doing, it turned out that she could almost completely
forget the problem with the tendonitis. The pain did not come
The other participants in the course listened to this actually
quite personal conversation with great interest, and soon we
ascertained that everyone in the group who owned a cell phone
had brought it with them this particular day. Naturally we were
asked to explain the apparent “miracle” of healing
by cell phone.
It goes without saying that this was no miracle, but a thoroughly
explainable event nowadays. First, however, to demonstrate that
this was not just a matter of chance, we asked participants
who owned cell phone to “call up their DNA” in a
similar manner, while pointing the device to some part of their
body with minor problems.
Whenever a relatively large group of people are sitting together
in one place, you can be sure that the group will include some
people who are experiencing some kind of pain, or whose bodies
are otherwise not as they should be. This occasion was no exception,
and the results of this unusual experiment were astonishing.
Within a few minutes, an older woman was rid of her headache,
and a man was rid of the discomfort in his stomach that he had
felt since lunchtime.
This brings up two questions. First: Is there a scientific explanation
for what happened to these people? And second: Can cell phones
be considered therapeutic devices from now on?
Second question first, the answer is, “Certainly not.”
We can state, unequivocally, that a cell phone will never be
a standard recommended treatment. However, it is perfectly legitimate
to use a device like this as a stopgap measure, as first aid.
Much more importantly, however, demonstrations like this indicate
a direction to take for developing equipment that truly is suited
for therapy – equipment, in other words, that makes use
of the mechanisms at work here, while using frequencies that
are more natural and better tolerated than cell phone frequencies.
This brings us now to the answer to the first question.
When you look at the double helix of the genetic code (see the
illustration), your own DNA is smiling back at you, so to speak.
We hope that you are both satisfied with each other! In any
case, we live in a day and age that’s not as easy for
DNA as it used to be. The source of the problem is the incredible
mix of electromagnetic waves that we all have to wade through
day after day.
When you first look at it, this fascinating macromolecule, which
resides in the nucleus of every cell in the body, seems to be
a self-contained unit that carries out its job from within this
protected location, continuously constructing and maintaining
the body from the inside out. It doesn’t seem to worry
the least bit about the world outside.
DNA Communicates Through Light
This assumption is false, it turns out – a misjudgment
decades old, because for too long, science has been studying
genetics in an unnecessarily one-sided manner, based purely
in biochemistry, while paying too little attention to physics.
In truth, DNA is not just a blueprint for constructing the body;
it is also a storage medium for optical information
as well as an organ for communication.
The German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp spent many years studying
biophoton emission, i.e., the light that the body naturally
emits. Popp’s studies indicate that DNA is one of the
main suppliers of biophotons. Through comprehensive studies,
he discovered that DNA is a harmonic oscillator – an oscillating
system with its own particular frequency, or resonating frequency.
Using the length of the DNA molecule (about two meters, when
stretched out), and the known speed of light, DNA’s own
frequency is calculated as about 150 megahertz. And that brings
us to cell phones: The standard frequencies of modern telecommunication
businesses all use (numerous) upper harmonic waves in this frequency.
This means: The electromagnetic waves emitted from the cell
phone’s antenna cause the DNA to resonate – this
molecule that we carry in every cell.
Now, electromagnetic waves are not, in themselves, bad. Electromagnetic
frequencies (for example, the Schumann frequencies, which are
generated during storms) have always existed in nature and are
even necessary for life. This was clearly demonstrated during
cosmonauts’ long-term stays aboard the MIR space station.
In orbit, where there are no Schumann frequencies, cosmonauts
developed various symptoms in the general area of chronic fatigue
and immune deficiency syndrome (CFIDS syndrome). This immediately
changed when the electromagnetic conditions of normal earth
atmosphere were artificially recreated on board MIR.
As regards technical equipment frequencies, which constitute
the lion’s portion of frequencies encountered in our current
industrial society, it becomes particularly critical when the
frequencies are not just pure sine waves, but are instead modulated
or pulsed radiation – in other words, when information
is imposed on the oscillation.
Biophysicist Prof. Lebrecht von Klitzing explained why: “If
strict periodicity is imposed on a quasi-chaotic system such
as the human body, then the body’s organization becomes
different. Whether that is good or bad is the next question.”
An important difference between healthy natural frequencies
and harmful technical equipment frequencies is that technical
equipment frequencies exhibit regularities that are not found
in nature. Natural forms are always based on the principal of
similarity and resonance; thus, they do not repeat (the vortex
principle). The frequencies of technical equipment, on the other
hand, are based on rigid repetition of a set pattern.
[Natural frequencies are asymmetrical in their flow, while
technically generated frequencies are symmetrical. Here is another
fundamental difference between natural and technical frequencies:
Natural electromagnetic frequencies are based on the principle
of pulsed direct current fields. Our technology, meanwhile,
is based on alternating current fields, which have effects diametrically
opposed to nature.
Alternating current fields generate
friction (heat) and loss of energy (entropy) instead of the
frictionless increase in energy (syntropy) known in nature.
Alternating current fields generate
depolarity, and consequently degeneration, instead of polarity
For this reason, alternating current
fields create chaos (dissonance) in living systems, while
naturally pulsed direct current fields create order (resonance).
Von Klitzings studies show that pulsed radiation, and radiation
that is otherwise modulated in its frequency, cause measurable
changes in the human body. As a rule, we automatically interpret
these changes as bad [which indeed they are, because they
are produced by unnatural microwave technology.—Ed.]
But everything has two sides, and so people can also obtain
healing effects in the body from appropriately modulated frequencies.
[These frequencies cannot be based on today’s standard
microwave technology, since this technology is fundamentally
wrong! – We cannot emphasize that enough. – Ed.].
The principles have been worked out by Dr. Piotr P. Garjajev
and his colleagues at the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow.
Genes Speak Our Language
Garjajev’s findings go far beyond Popp’s: According
to Garjajev’s studies, DNA is not only the transmitter
and receiver of electromagnetic radiation (in the form of energy),
but it also absorbs information contained in the radiation and
interprets it further. Thus, DNA is an extremely complex interactive
optical biochip. In our book Vernetzte Intelligenz
(Cross-Linked Intelligence) we wrote the following
on this subject:
“For example, today we speak almost matter-of-factly about
the “genetic code,” that is, about a systematic
codification of information. However, genetics to date has gotten
stuck at this point, and has relied exclusively on chemistry
to finish the work, without even once calling in language experts.
“In Moscow, things are different. There, the genetic code
was…additionally subjected to thorough examination by
linguists. (Linguistics is the science of the structure and
formation of languages). When studying a language, people investigate
regularities such as syntax (rules for building words from letters),
semantics (the study of the content meaning of words), and rules
“When this scientific knowledge is applied to the genetic
code, it can be seen that this code follows the same rules as
our human languages.
“It should be noted: not the rules of a particular language
(in this case, for example, the Russian language), but rather
rules at a fundamental level where common features reside among
all existing languages of mankind. Thus, the structure of the
genetic code can be connected with every existing human language.
“Scientists have been seeking the ancestral human language
for centuries – Piotr Garjajev and his colleagues may
have found it.”
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