Scalar Waves


In the 1900s, Nicola Tesla discovered longitudinal electromagnetic waves. These waves enable the transmission of energy without loss over long distances, the passage of energy through solid metal objects without loss of power, and the transport of energy without the use of cables. Tesla did not explain how this worked in his patents and he did not give a name to these waves. In the 2nd century, they were called scalar waves. These waves have a spiral (vortex-like) or longitudinal shape, and not sinusoidal or transverse like electromagnetic waves. For this reason they are very penetrating and are received by antennas of the same shape: the DNA of each cell of a plant, animal or human being.


Cells use scalar fields to communicate. Blockages disrupt this natural communication. Scalar fields introduce energy, which restores this communication. Mitochondria are the "power plants" of cells. Scalar fields recharge the mitochondria, giving your cells the energy they need to open and clear blockages. Once the blockages are cleared, our bodies can return to a healthy state. There is a saying in traditional Chinese medicine: "Where there is free flow, there is no pain or disease". Many disorders, diseases and injuries benefit from these treatments and there are no side effects. This method has been validated by countless scientific studies and shows astonishing results. amazing results. The electricity in your body has its own magnetic field. It consists of about 100 billion cells, all powered by electrical energy and influenced by the field. A healthy person has a cell voltage between 70 and 100 millivolts. Aging, stress, poor diet or the environment can reduce this voltage. It has been found that a person with a cell voltage of 30 to 50 mV is likely to suffer from a chronic disease, and cancer is observed in people below 15 to 20 millivolts.


This new study from the University of Alabama reopens the debate over the use of electromagnetic frequencies to treat cancer. These results, published in the British Journal of Cancer, are the subject of an editorial published in the January 17 edition of the same journal, which puts this new study into perspective in the context of the history of research on the biological effects of electromagnetic fields. The researchers recall the already recognized applications of electromagnetic frequencies, in the reduction of fractures in certain bones, the reduction of pain or the healing of wounds after surgery. Several studies show how specific frequencies can be used to diagnose tumors and how the clinical use of specific frequencies can be useful against cancer. When certain frequencies induce the decrease of tumor progression:  Researchers compared the growth rates of human tumor cell lines from liver and breast cancers to normal cells from these tissues exposed to specific amplitudes of electromagnetic frequencies. The researchers found a reduced growth rate of tumor cells exposed to electromagnetic fields, but no change in the growth rate of normal cells from the same tissue type. The inhibitory effect on the growth rate is "dose-dependent" on the intensity of the magnetic field and the duration of exposure. These new results on the biological effects induced by electromagnetic fields reopen the debate on the beneficial effects of this type of therapy. According to the authors, all of these data should be able to reopen an evaluation of this type of potentially effective treatment for cancer, but also for other diseases. This study demonstrates that, depending on the amplitude, tumor cells can be targeted while sparing normal cells.

Every living or non-living thing has a resonance frequency, a distinct frequency that defines it. When we send a specific resonance frequency to a thing, we make the thing enter  that defines it. When we send a specific resonance frequency to a thing, we make the thing enter "resonance,", which is to say that it vibrates and eventually breaks.

In 1940, the Tacoma Bridge underwent this phenomenon in a spectacular way. The wind was blowing in a storm, and by the greatest of chances, at the resonance frequency of the bridge.


A wave is defined by its frequency (number of oscillations per second) and its amplitude (the strength of the wave). To make something enter into resonance, you need to know exactly the right frequency.

Let's remember Hergé's Castafiore, who broke glasses with her voice. We will reproduce this phenomenon with the help of physics.


First, we will determine the right frequency. 


Now that we know the right frequency, we just have to bombard the glass with a wave that has this frequency and a sufficient amplitude.

The glass resonated and shattered.

With the Spooky Rife, we are going to do the same thing, but with sick cells, viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc.

We will first determine the right frequency, and then we will destroy the "problem" in a wave transmission.

The destruction of a bacterium, for example, cannot be done directly, because almost every organism is parasitized by smaller organisms, which would spread in our body when their host is destroyed.

We must therefore proceed in order, destroying the organisms that parasitize our objective, starting with the smallest and working up to the desired body.

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