For many years I have used cutting edge medical techniques to assist and better enable the body to heal. It started with magnets in the latter half of the 1990s, but very quickly moved to Scenar – a Russian technology developed by a team of Doctors and scientists to speed up the body’s healing, and kick start it where necessary. I attended the very first training course that was held in the UK in 1997 by some of the developing Russian scientists and Doctors. In 1998, I became the first veterinarian in the world to routinely use Scenar for treating animals, and it has worked wonders on many occasions where conventional veterinary colleagues had given up all hope, or only offered surgery or palliative care. There are of course some instances where surgery is the only option, but even then, Scenar will speed up recovery and achieve a better healing with reduced scarring and the best chance of returning to full functionality.
Given that I was originally trained to treat people with Scenar, I have also continued working as a human practitioner in parallel with my veterinary work. Results in these human cases have been equally miraculous at times. In Russia, Scenar is primarily used to treat people, where it has 80-90% success rate for all conditions and body systems with approximately 2/3 of these successes being a complete cure. For years I have considered it to be the most powerful healing tool in the world. I don’t think any other physical therapy kit I’ve looked at has ever really come close, and I’ve checked out many great options!
I consider my eLybra to be the pinnacle of bioresonance systems. Between it and Scenar (they can be combined where appropriate) I think they offer the highest potential to aid recovery that is possible. The various supplements I sometimes recommend add icing to the cake at times too, especially the StemEnhance Ultra that increases circulating stem cell numbers.
If there is a limitation of Scenar, it is that it can only get the body to heal according to the current state of the DNA. It probably doesn’t sound like much of a limitation at all, because the neuropeptides it causes the body to release can switch on and switch off genes according to what is required for healing. That’s why it is so powerful and widely applicable – because it works at such a fundamental level in the body. Old injuries can be treated as well as newer ones, although the body can take a bit longer to respond as it has to readjust and correct any adaptations that have occurred over time as compensation. Working with the body to encourage it to heal itself is also inevitably slower with older individuals where DNA will have inevitably tended to deteriorate too, and metabolism is slower.
The whole subject of Energy Medicine and the use of frequency for health, or anything else for that matter, has been a fascinating journey for me. Physics wasn’t my strongest A level, but over the last 20+ years I’ve learnt so much about Quantum Physics and other areas of Physics that are related to how the body functions, and how I now work, that I consider an understanding of Biophysics to be the fundamental foundation of any medical discipline. Biochemistry and Biophysics are inseparable once you understand the Biophysics, yet it is hardly taught as a discipline in its own right, let alone within medical teaching.
Since the time I leant about Scenar, I realised that Russia is by far the leaders in understanding frequency and biophysics. They are decades ahead in their understanding of how EMFs used for Telecoms can do harm, and how the correct application of frequency can heal. They have experimented extensively on the effects of frequency on the body (eg Project Bizarre) and have set EMF safety limits more appropriately than ICNIRP recommendations that have been adopted by the UK, USA and many other countries.
Coming back to the Russian way of thinking that is much more rational and pragmatic, when they were looking at DNA they did not consider that there was 95% “junk DNA” and only 5% coding DNA. They logically recognised that all DNA has a functional role. Whilst Dr Craig Ventnor was sequencing the human genome, Dr Peter Gariaev put together a team of Russians that included linguistics experts, biologist, physicists etc who could all bring their respective understanding and expertise to investigating and understanding DNA.
Gariaev’s wisdom in constructing such a diverse team was not reliant on the rather basic understanding of DNA as put forward by Crick & Watson, who were recognised with a Nobel Prize for working out its double helix structure. Gariaev knew that there was far more to DNA than just the physical sequencing of the nucleotides and codons. As far back as the 1920s and 1930s, Russian scientists, A. G. Gurvich and A. A. Lubishchev postulated that our DNA operates at the quantum level as waves and fields.
Building on this knowledge, Gariaev’s team concluded that what the West considered to be Junk DNA was not junk at all. It consisted of linguistic syntaxes that gave context to what the West considered to be functional DNA, and how it is expressed. His team discovered that there are different syntaxes of DNA within different regions of the world that are remarkably similar to the spoken language syntaxes of the same region. It is therefore not really surprising that Gariaev's team discovered that words can alter the expression of DNA. Anybody who doubts the power of the vibration of words should take a look at the work of Dr Masaru Emoto and his "messages from water" work.
He also proved in a number of experiments, that the information of DNA was not held within the physical structure of the DNA. However, a bit like a telephone number the correct sequence is necessary to access the correct bridge to the information. Mutations are a bit like interference on the line which results in a Chinese Whispers variation of the information, which has implications for the functionality of whatever was supposed to be coded for.
Gariaev and then others, such as Vladimir Poponin, proved that if DNA was introduced into a vacuum and its biophoton “signature” detected, the DNA remained detectable for up to a month after the DNA was removed, provided that the container was not disturbed. This was termed Phantom DNA. The following graphs were obtained during confirmatory experiments repeated by Poponin at the Heartmath Institute in CA, USA
In another ground-breaking experiment that proves information is held on the quantum level of the DNA and can be transferred, two embryos; one a frog, the other a salamander, were isolated from each other whilst a low power laser was directed through the salamander embryo onto the frog embryo. The frog embryo grew into an adult salamander!
Peter Gariaev developed Wave Genetics on the back of this research where they learned how to use a photograph of an individual to access the information of the individual’s DNA at the time the photograph was taken. You can think of the DNA information a bit like a blockchain. Changes in the DNA, through mutation or degeneration, create a new block of information storage. A photograph is simply the address and password to access the relevant blockchain at that corresponding time that the photo was taken.
Once this information is captured it can be recorded and converted into an audio file. Simply listening to this audio file at regular intervals will influence the current block in the blockchain and gradually reinforce the inclusion of this historical information going forward.
Gariaev and his team did some other experiments where they used a sound file generated from healthy lab rats to rejuvenate and restore to full function, the pancreas of rats treated with a pancreatic toxin. This work has been repeated and verified by third parties.
Gariaev then widened the access and use of this technique to help people improve their health status. The sound file used has to be very close to the resonant frequency of the recipient DNA. This is why an individual’s own past DNA information is able to change their current DNA expression. This principle also enables sibling DNA sound files to help each other where there are congenital DNA defects that are not present in another sibling. Gariaev has used this principle to treat babies born with Down’s Syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis. The farther away the originator DNA sound file is from the individual's DNA to be treated, the less effective it becomes. Siblings are the strongest connection which becomes weaker if a parental, or cousin’s sound file is used for example.
This technology has been used to treat patients of the Moscow clinic where the Doctors are linked to Prof Gariaev’s work. It has also been used in a very few other individual centres in other countries such as Slovenia.
Prof Peter Gariaev was attacked by other scientists for his work and theories but was vindicated through his persistence and clinical applications when he was nominated for a Nobel Prize for Medicine for the coming year. It is a tragedy that he unexpectedly died in Nov 2020 not long after he received his nomination. I have no doubt that he would have been awarded the Prize, as his discoveries, theories and their application will undoubtedly move Medicine forward in never-before-seen giant steps that challenges established beliefs to the core.
I am very proud and pleased to announce that I will be acting as an official agent for this amazing healing technology. The website link at the end of the blog will tell you much more about it, and where you can buy the different Matrices – whether individualised to you, or an animal, or one (or more) of the range of Universal Matrices, Information Creams or Gariaev-Mishin Modulator. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly.
This technology has wider implications for our understanding of how we interfere with DNA that I will go into in another blog.
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