We are living in a time of technological progress like never before. There is new computer technology, new advances in the fields of science and healthcare – too much to mention. We are being bombarded with information on the internet to an overwhelming degree. Who or what do we belief? What is truth and what is just another scam? This article is specifically about one such “advance” in the alternative healthcare sector: the role of frequencies in health and healing. “What frequency?” you may askâ€¦.. Allow me to explain:
You may have heard the teachings about the healing power of linen orÂ crystalsÂ due to a fixed frequency that is radiated by it, the healing power of the Hebrew Language or maybe the statement that essential oils each has a signature frequency, and this frequency gives these oils its special healing ability. It is also said that the human body has a specialÂ vibrationÂ frequency, and so does every organ, even every disease has a specific frequency.Â Â The basic teaching is: if you harmonizeÂ Â certain frequencies you getÂ balance and if the body is in balance it can heal itself.
I am not saying it is wrong to wear natural fibers like linen, it is healthy to do so and I am not against using natural remedies or essential oils. There is nothing wrong with using something like tea tree oil to help with healing. It becomes a problem when you use a combination of oils to improve your courageÂ or finances or the like. It also becomesÂ a problem when our source of healing is oils or something else due to some metaphysical or supernatural reason.
I am about to show you the error in all these teachings. We will focus specifically on vibrationÂ therapy.
In order for me to show you the root of these erroneous teachings I am makingÂ excerptsÂ from an article by Robert Carroll.Â Â You can read the full article at<http://www.skepdic.com/
This healing with frequencies is also referred to as Radionics orÂ vibrationÂ healing. Radionics orÂ vibrationÂ healingÂ Â is a form of energy medicine created by Dr Albert Abrams (1863-1924). Abrams claimed to be able to detect distinct energies or vibrations being emitted from healthy and diseased tissue in all living things. He invented devices which he said could measure this energy and created a system for evaluating vibrations as signs of health or disease.
Here is a description of a demonstration of his discovery:
He laid a healthy man facing west and thumping his upper abdomen told a student to listen carefully the changes of reverberation. Then, he let a doctor hold a sample of cancer cells near the subject’s forehead. He asked the doctor to touch the man’s forehead with the cancer cells in intervals of several seconds. When a sample of the cancer cells touched the man’s forehead, the percussion sound changed from a resonant sound to a dull sound. He concluded that the vibration of a diseased cell sample was received by the human body and affected the human cells.
This doesn’t sound kosher, does it?
He even invented a device that, he said, could transmit healthy vibrations to sick tissue or organs, thereby restoring them to a healthy state.Â Â Abrams’s treatment consisted of sending good energy to the diseased area to counteract the bad energy.
Abrams diagnosed patients both in person and at a distance. In person, he would hook up his machine (with a drop of the patient’s blood in it) by a wire to the patient. By tapping on the stomach of the patient, claimed Abrams, a vibration would be sent through the patient’s spine that he could measure and then translate into medical diagnosis. At a distance, he’d use the procedure mentioned above where he would compare the energy of the blood of a healthy person with that of the patient.
The American Medical Association (AMA) had one of the black boxes, he used, opened and examined.Â They found nothing in the machine that could either read or send energy waves as Abrams had been claiming. In other words, this was one big scam!
A few years after Abram’s death, Ruth Drown (1891-1965) took the baton from Abrams and created her own therapy and black box. Ruth Drown was a naturopath and osteopath.Â Â Drown’s black box was tested at the University of Chicago, but it failed to work as promised.
Researchers who have put Drown and other Radionics advocates to the test have been unable to verify their diagnostic claims.
The users of the black boxes may be able to produce measurable readings on ohmmeters or rheostats, but there is no justification for assuming that the measure of electrical resistance has anything to do with healthy or diseased vibrations of electrons or energies. However, advocates do not necessarily identify energy or vibrations with radiation or electromagnetic fields, as Abrams did. They are as likely to identify the energy with auras, chi or orgoneÂ not with anything physical. For example:
… one of Abrams’s many imitators was Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971).Â Â During the 1920, he claimed to have developed a powerful microscope that could detect living microbes by the color of auras emitted by their vibratory rates. His Rife Frequency Generator allegedly generates radio waves with precisely the same frequency, causing the offending bacteria to shatter in the same manner as a crystal glass breaks in response to the voice of an opera singer. The American Cancer Society has pointed out that although sound waves can produce vibrations that break glass, radio waves at the power level emitted by a Rife generator do not have sufficient energy to destroy bacteria.*
Rife’s work lives on in the practice ofÂ Diane Spindler, Hulda Clark, and many others.
When all tests fail to find either that the black boxes work, as they are supposed to work, or that they are simply measuring electrical resistance, proponents assert that there is aÂ paranormal elementÂ that is “integral to radionics. People this is the problem. The source of this is someone other than YHVH.
Another advocate adds this:… as Radionic treatment takes place at a non-physical level, it cannot harm any living tissue or produce any unnatural side effects.
Something that happens on a non-physical level is not science, and if practiced by unbelievers it can be classified as magic orÂ Â witchcraft. We are told in Scripture not to practice witchcraft.
10 â€œThere shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer,
11 or one who casts a spell, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead.
12 â€œFor whoever does these things is detestable to YHVH; and because of these detestable things YHVH your Elohim will drive them out before you.
Now, what about natural frequencies generated by essential oils, crystals and materials such as wool and linen? Is this based on truth? Some people would point to the research done by Bruce Tainio and Young (of Young essential oils) to prove that these frequencies were measured in a scientific way.
Bruce Tainio invented and build a machine called a BT3 frequency monitoring System. He claimed to be able to measure bio-electrical frequencies of plants, nutrients and essential oil. He also claimed to have developed a way of measuring human electricalÂ vibrationÂ frequencies, by taking readings at various points of the body and averaging those numbers together. HisÂ measurements indicate that the daytime frequency of a healthy human body vibrates in the range of 62 to 68 MHz.
The foundation of Tainio’s research has been laid by Royal Rife early in the 20th century.Â Rife concluded that every disease has a specific frequency.
As I have shown you before this could not be proved then, and I shall show you that it can still not be proven.
Bruce Tainio used to sell a BT3 Monitoring System for $2, 800.00, the frequency counter in the BT3 is a cheap Tenmec device that sells for less than $1 on E-bay according to an engineer. I refer you to my reference for all the technical information. What it basically boils down to it that this Monitoring System is a scam and can not measure radiation from the human body, or from oils or from anything else. It was a very expensive scam.
This frequency meter is extremely sensitive to radio interference orÂ backgroundÂ interference. It would not be possible to measure these frequencies accurately with this apparatus. The only way to shield against the effects of electromagnetic fields would be to work in a completely enclosed shielded room. These areÂ available commercially and run hundreds of thousands ofÂ Â dollars for a good one. You can read all the technical detail on the supplied link. Unless you have this or can do your measurements on a deserted island you would not be able to measure these frequencies. TheÂ backgroundÂ interference makes it impossible.
Here is the link with all the technical detail:
Another comment on this site I found quite insightful: ” these frequencies have nothingÂ to do with the electromagnetic spectrum, and thus cannot be measured withÂ instruments that measure the electromagnetic spectrum. It is my understandingÂ that these frequencies are related to other dimensions, more to the soul orÂ spirit and its interface to the body. That would be measuring theÂ life-forceÂ frequency. These are, I believe, more related to the aura, which cannot be seen orÂ measured by normal instruments either. Thus we are talking about theÂ “frequency” of the aura. Some can see this directly, as different colors.”
ThisÂ proves without a doubt that the measurement of frequencies in this context is not scientific at all but, paranormal, non-physical, new age and occult. It is a lie, and it is not in line with what the Bible teaches. It also proves that the lie started somewhere around the early 1900 or just before and on this lie other people built their lies, and so it continued. The purpose of this lie is deception and the pursuit of riches and still is today. Be careful that you are not misled by these lies or any otherâ€¦
3As He was sitting on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, â€œTell us, when will these things happen, and whatÂ will beÂ the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?â€
4Â And Y’shua answered and said to them, â€œSee to it that no one misleads you.
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