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Tremendous frequency power

Hard rock sucks energy not only from a person, but also, for example, from geraniums. Ever since Luther Burbank, it has been known that music and sounds can influence vegetation.

Perhaps the ancients knew this too, because they sang while they were working in the field and used rhythmic dances to rest from the works. But we really only got to know about it after Dan Carlson from Blaine, Minnesota, did the basic research in his life.

After years of hard work, Carlson found out that the sounds that power the plants have the same frequency as the sounds that, according to Tomatis, awaken people.

These are sounds with a frequency of 5000 Hz, the minimum frequency that has a positive effect on us. The discovery of Carlson once again confirmed the genius of Mother Nature. Interestingly, the sounds of bird singing also have a frequency of about 5000 Hz.

Carlson added a pulsating sound frequency of 5,000 Hz, the source of which was the singing of a giant cricket as a background in the recordings of baroque music and other music. He lost this “lunch” music to the plants, and then he sprayed them with nutrients.

Music helped plants to absorb nutrients with an efficiency of 700% compared to normal. As a result, their growth rate increased by 99%. For example, a ten-centimeter plant, whose normal size is about fifty centimeters, for two and a half years of processing, with the help of nutrients and dining music, Carlson grew to 400 meters and entered the Guinness Book of Records.

Musical “fertilizer” Carlson also helped cure seriously damaged plants. Productivity has increased twenty five times. Carlson has achieved a five-fold acceleration of grain growth and is confident that caring for them with nutrients and sounds will help in solving the world problem of nutritional deficiencies.

In the spring of 1993, he went to Russia to help increase the grain harvest there. In 1992, Prince Charles used the Carlson method in the garden of Sadley Castle and grew up to sixty-five roses on one bush, at a rate of five roses.

Will it be better for us, people, to listen to the signal with a frequency of 5000 Hz, added to the baroque music during lunch, to better absorb the nutrients contained in the food?

In any case, as recent studies show, it is a good idea to listen to “some dining music.” When restaurant regulars eat slow classical music, they chew more slowly, digest food better and do not gain weight. When people eat to rock music, they eat very quickly, do not digest food well and as a result gain weight.

How about learning? Will the 5000 Hz signal added to Super Learning’s music help us to assimilate new information?

While Carlson was engaged in growing champion plants, the biochemist Dr. Ayfor Kapeedd discovered how to remove old human memories with the help of sounds.

A world-famous researcher from the Marie Curie Memorial Cancer Research Foundation in Surrey, England, Kapel made a discovery that will allow people not only to memorize information faster, but also to change their state in an instant, and actually control pain.

Directing low-frequency electrical impulses to the human brain, Capel discovered that different frequencies and beam profiles affect the production of various neurotransmitters – chemical messengers in your brain. For example, a signal with a frequency of 10 Hz increased the production of serotonin, a chemical that relaxes and soothes pain.

“Each brain center generates impulses of a certain frequency based on the secretory functions of its main nerves,” says Keipel. “In other words, the internal communication system in the brain — its language is based on frequency modulation.”

If you “talk” to the brain in its own frequency language, you can quickly and dramatically increase the production of necessary nerve transmitters, which can help speed up learning, or relieve pain, or increase the production of chemicals responsible for pleasure, such as endorphin morphine that is created right in the brain.

Scientists quickly figured out which frequencies stimulate the production of basic chemical compounds used by our brain. Production of beta endorphin, which is responsible for pleasure, increases at frequencies from 90 to 111 Hz. Catecholamine, vital for memory and learning, responds to a frequency of 4 Hz. Think about it.

Generate invisible waves, and you can influence the abilities of the individual, her condition, behavior. This is what the villains of the world dream about.

On the other hand, on the bright side, when you know the language of the brain, you can turn it into a completely powerful training apparatus — into a brain machine. People attach themselves to instruments that simultaneously emit hundreds of frequencies, like a large, resonating chorus of inaudible sounds.

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