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Molecular Transcription Resonance System/Molecular Resonance Health Method - Class content (8)

A student asks: Is there only one kind of gravitational wave? Is there a particle that we can attach to different energy in another way for healing? For example: music therapy.

Answer: It should be said that there are four kinds of forces that have been discovered by scientists: gravitational force, electromagnetic force, strong force, and weak force. Scientists continue to look for other undiscovered forces.


Now there is another level of research, called superstring theory, but whether it is the popular gravitational waves or the superstring theory itself of string particles, they all have gravity. Where there is gravity, there are gravitational waves. Every different particle has a gravitational force created by that particle, and as I'm talking to you right now, the magnetic field between us also creates gravitational waves.


For example, water has gravitational waves. Hydrogen (H) is one of the elements that comprise water and has its own gravitational waves. And the multivitamins you eat, those different constituent particles also have the motion of those different particles. Gravitational waves are present in the activity of all particles, but they cannot be detected because the activity is too small.


There is a lot of music therapy and these are frequencies. All particles have gravity, and the frequency can also be said to be composed of continuously jumping particles, and the frequency also has gravitational waves.


Whether you're using music therapy, soul therapy, idiodynamic therapy, psychotherapy, etc. someone claimed these forms of therapy are effective because they use gravitational waves. Wrong, terribly wrong, the concept is incorrect.


I hope you can see what I mean! We can't say that because gravitational waves are a physical phenomenon that exists naturally in the universe, and then using it to treat a patient, the patient's condition will get better. This logic is wrong.


I have always emphasized that it is very important whether the treatment of the patient is effective and whether the selected carrier is suitable for the patient.

You use music to treat a patient, and maybe the music is suitable for the patient and makes the patient comfortable. But if the music you choose is only 10% effective, then his condition is likely to continue to deteriorate, and then the patient may die!



But if you send him to the hospital for treatment at this critical moment, maybe the patient will live longer. So, I keep stressing that there is no single cure for all diseases in the world. Why do I say that? That's because every therapy has blind spots. The blind spot is not that the therapy itself is bad, but that we have not been able to study how to use these therapies more correctly and thoroughly.


It's as if you are now consulting carriers in the MTS group, and Dr. Yen and I have to think about what carrier patients should use. Maybe we used the wrong carrier and the patient's illness did not improve. But this does not mean that LSF is ineffective, only that we have not found a suitable carrier. If today, I find a drug that is completely effective to cure cancer and a drug that is effective for everyone's cancer, then there is no problem in using it as a carrier.


Our medical information is limited, our level is limited. To treat some diseases we have not yet found the most appropriate and effective medicine.

Let's talk about music therapy. Music is made by people. If someone uses music but it is ineffective, that does not mean that all music therapy is ineffective! It is just that it has not been combined into a better score for conquering that disease.


You can all do experiments, and sometimes I say: don't use this, don't use that, it's all to protect you. You can try all kinds of things when you do research, but you sometimes make mistakes and need to know what is best for a patient in an emergency situation. After that, you can still continue your research.


Let's get on with the class.

You know why we keep hammering pictures with a mallet, why patient voices keep playing when you use digital medicine? Because of that we want to keep these particles in constant and regular vibrations. Our bodies have electronic activity, so the electrons in our bodies also oscillate.


If we have the carrier of patient information (such as the patient's voice), we have the communication network between the patient and us. For example, when I was thinking about treating my mother, our communication network was connected.


My "thought", this thought, is the carrier wave; I know that I am treating my mother's illness, and the medicine is passed on to my mother through this "thought" carrier. Simply put, the information you want to give to the patient is put on the carrier wave, and the information must also contain the patient's information of particles. There is particle activity in the patient because the information on the carrier also includes the patient's own information, and the particles attracted by the patient will collide with the particles in the patient's body. This impact creates new and regular molecular bonds to correct the patient's chaotic particle activity.


Take a look at the space-time grid diagram we drew. You can see that on the left side of the picture is the computer. If you are not using a computer today, but the first generation, there will be a mallet on the left side of the picture, a mallet that makes a percussion action.