18 June 2012

Bio-Frequency, the Vibrations of Life and Death

All is vibration is a well known principle derived from the observation that all things are in a constant state of motion or vibration at set frequencies- Energy or matter- it's the same. It's all about frequency or vibration. Studies show that some vibrations foster good growth and health, others are 'bad vibes" that destroy life.

Frequency Levels and Plant Growth

Contributed by Jennifer Villatoro

I've been interested with frequency levels and have been researching and discussing with others of how frequencies effect the growth of plants. Has anyone ever used sound to grow anything?

There is a researcher, Dorothy Retallack who published her work in 1973 on music and plants named The Sound of Music and Plants. In one experiment, Retallack found that plants thrived when she played a tone intermittently, but died when she played the same tone constantly. In another experiment, she found that plants grew better when she played “soothing” music on the radio, whereas rock music affected plant growth negatively.

Most plants and animals use enzymes to break down molecular components during their life processes. And each of these enzymes has a unique crystalline form with a specific vibratory frequency.

Bruce Tainio from Tainio Technology learned during his work with plants, soil, and water in his agricultural projects he invented and built a machine called a BT3 Frequency Monitoring System.
This device uses a highly sensitive sensor to measure bio-electrical frequencies of plant nutrients and essential oils.

Essential oils (EOs) in the higher frequency ranges tend to influence emotional levels. EOs in the lower frequencies have more effect on structural and physical changes, including cells, hormones, and bones, as well as viruses, bacteria, and fungi.

The measured frequencies of essential oils begin at 52 MHz, the frequency of basil oil, and go as high as 320 MHz — the frequency of rose oil. For comparison, fresh produce has a frequency up to 15 MHz, dry herbs from 12 to 22 MHz, and fresh herbs from 20 to 27 MHz. Processed and canned foods have no measurable frequency whatsoever.

The vibrational frequency of an oil reflects–its bio-energy or life force and its original intent.

The study of frequencies raises an important question – how do the frequencies of substances found in our environment affect our personal frequency? Based on his studies, researcher Nikola Tesla said that, if we could eliminate certain outside frequencies that interfered in our bodies, we would have greater resistance toward disease. (taken from www.biospiritual-energy-healing.com/vibrational-frequency.html)

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