Even thought is energy: Thought is an organized field of energy composed of complex patterns of vibrations that consolidate information. Thoughts are events in the “mind-field” that are available both to the consciousness of the creator and to other minds.3 Here is where the new thought leader comes in with his philosophy confirming Valerie’s perspective: Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., a cell biologist who revolutionized the DNA theory and helps give hope to physicians and patients alike with his ground-breaking concept that it is not DNA which controls our biology. DNA is controlled by extracellular signals, including energetic messages such as thought and belief. Messages can be signaled by sophisticated instruments, which gently, and in a focused way, tap into the communication pathways of our cells and help stimulate repair and regeneration on a cellular level.15
PubMed, the National Library of Medicine, offers more than 30,000 peer-reviewed clinical studies on biofeedback and about 40,000 peer-reviewed clinical studies on electric, magnetic, as well as electromagnetic field stimulation. This constitutes a vast body of documented research conducted over the last 30-years. In the beginning of the 20th century, the East coast was filled with electrotherapists, especially in New York City - possibly due to the fact that Nikola Tesla lived there. Tesla is mostly known for the invention of the first alternating current (AC) motor, which is still ubiquitous in the modern age. He was an absolute genius - years ahead of his time. Tesla was extremely sensitive to the environment in his laboratory, which was filled with electromagnetic waves. Remarkably, he lived to the ripe age of 86, in a time when men had a life expectancy of less than 50 years.16
In 1898, Tesla published an article in The Electrical Engineer17 discussing the therapeutic use of one of his inventions:
“The physician will now be able to obtain an instrument suitable to fulfill many requirements. He will be able to use it in electro-therapeutic treatment in most of the ways enumerated. He will have the facility of providing himself with coils such as he may desire to have for any particular purpose, which will give him any current or any pressure he may wish to obtain.
Such coils will consist of but a few turns of wire, and the expense of preparing them will be quite insignificant. The instrument will also enable him to generate Rontgen rays of much greater power than obtainable with ordinary apparatus. A tube must still be furnished by the manufacturers which will not deteriorate, and which will allow to concentrate larger amounts of energy upon the electrodes. When this is done, nothing will stand in the way of an extensive and efficient application of this beautiful discovery which must ultimately prove itself of the highest value, not only at the hands of the surgeon, but also of the electro-therapist and, what is most important, of the bacteriologist.”
On the other coast of the U.S., another brilliant pioneer birthed the idea to investigate the possibilities of electrical treatment of diseases. Specifically, in San Diego, by a man named Royal Raymond Rife.
Rife was fascinated by bacteriology, microscopes, and electronics. He noticed individual differences in the chemical constituents of disease organisms, saw the indication of electrical characteristics, and observed electrical polarities within these organisms.18
Over the next 30 years, he proved the efficacy of using focused specific resonant frequencies that destroy disease organisms and eliminate chronic disease; including cancer.
As history continued, on October 13, 2009, Goodwin et al. at NASA (The National Aeronautics and Space Administration) filed a patent (Patent No: US 7,601,114 B2) for an electromagnetic apparatus that uses a wire coil to enhance tissue repair in mammals. On August 15, 2005, NASA released an article entitled “Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields – A Countermeasure for Bone Loss and Muscle Atrophy19”, confirming the need for stimulating their astronauts with non-invasive pulsating electromagnetic fields during their residence in space - where they are disconnected from earth’s energy and gravity - to help prevent bone loss and muscle atrophy.
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