As you know, from reading my book “Dimensions Next Door: Hacking Space-time” there’s a whole chapter based on the Peoplenomics research into something called “The Light Crown Project.”
The core idea is simple enough: Every time a neuron fires, a photon is ejected by the electro-chemical reaction. Ergo, if you want to change how the neurons work, all you need to do is pump them with light at certain frequencies.
That light in general, and specifically in modern medicine low-level laser light therapy (LLLT) works to efficacious ends is beyond dispute. The government’s own www.pubmed.gov database offers more than 5-thousand papers on point.
One of these, just out this month from A.P. Commer of Ulm, Germany, offers a hint that light-therapy will be an important tool in fighting one curse of aging:
The most plausible mechanism of biostimulatory effect of red-to NIR light consists of its impact on the nanoscopic interfacial water layers in mitochondria and the extracellular matrix (ECM) where mitochondrial reactive oxygen species (ROS) induce an increase in the viscosity of the water layers bound to the predominantly hydrophilic surfaces in the intramitochondrial space as well as the ECM, where the process progressively propagates with age. The biostimulatory effect of red-to NIR light consists of counteracting the ROS-induced elevation of interfacial water viscosities, thereby instantly restoring the normal mitochondrial function, including the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) by the rotary motor (ATP synthase).”
How far will LLLLT move anti-aging? No telling – yet.
But our own experience has been remarkable. Elaine, diagnosed with Age-Related Macular Degeneration about 5-years back, we on a prescribed light therapy regimen and she no long as AMD. All that’s left is some residual wrinkling of a membrane of the macula.
We make no medical claims AND we’re not selling anything. Just telling you our own results.
The underlying technology is in trials in Canada and Europe and it will be along when it gets here.
We’re reminded that “modern medicine” has been really slow on the uptake when new technology shows up. It’s been known that since the 1930’s that oxygenation can improve the odds of beating cancer…and there are some good summaries of how it works, like over here.
Again, we are blessed to have a “shirt-tale” relative who personally had cancer and went the hyperbaric oxygen route and has now been free of cancer for years.
Medicine (if you hadn’t noticed) is very much about business models as anything. As one researcher was quoted in a YouTube video as saying “We really need to invent a blood pressure pills that’s as good as Vitamin D…which would be proprietary…”
There’s a good Mayo Clinic article over here: “Vitamin D deficiency: Can it cause High Blood Pressure?”
Again, as we pragmatically look at the data, the further you get away from the tropics, the higher the risk of heart attacks. The tropics have? Lots of Sun and the Sun allows the body to manufacture Vitamin D. Countries where “taking the sun” even when it’s cold and snowy (Germany comes to mind) are acting on this at an almost social-instinctual basis. but I digress.
The REAL topic this morning is a result of my study of the Bruce Gernon encounter with time travel back in 1970. Read “The Fog: A Never Before Published Theory of the Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon.”
As you know, I review much of the data in my book – a lot of which hadn’t been revealed publicly before .
Which you need to know in order to understand the point I’m about to make:
A 2016 M.I.T. paper reveals that pulsed light in the 40 Hertz area MAY REVERSE ALZHEIMERS. At least in mice…
As to their technique?
“In a study of mice that were genetically programmed to develop Alzheimer’s but did not yet show any plaque accumulation or behavioral symptoms, (Dr. of neuroscience Li-Huei) Tsai and her colleagues found impaired gamma oscillations during patterns of activity that are essential for learning and memory while running a maze.
Next, the researchers stimulated gamma oscillations at 40 hertz in a brain region called the hippocampus, which is critical in memory formation and retrieval. These initial studies relied on a technique known as optogenetics, co-pioneered by Boyden, which allows scientists to control the activity of genetically modified neurons by shining light on them. Using this approach, the researchers stimulated certain brain cells known as interneurons, which then synchronize the gamma activity of excitatory neurons.”
Since we have all the gear to begin tinkering in this area here at Olde Man Labs, here’s what we started pumping into a “Light Crown” last Saturday:
Since my dad died of Alzheimer’s, although I don’t show any of the symptoms, based on Elaine’s positive experience with light therapy, I figure what the heck: II can pump 40 Hz in my ears (in background as audio_) when working and as a Light Crown pumped light to the trigeminal nerve bundle. Not as directed as the M.I.T. work, but then again, I’m not sure of any downside. None came to mind…
While I was “zapping” this way, an interesting thought came to mind:
Is it possible that people’s brains can retool time?
In a conventional scientific analysis, Bruce Gernon’s flight the afternoon of December 1, 1970, might have triggered something that allowed him to manipulate time. Think about this for a second.
He was northwest bound, three bladed prop at 2,500 RPM. That’s a “flicker rate” of 125 Hz.
See where this is going?
In some of the accounts there, “subjects” who were placed in “the alien chair” were zapped with multiple fields of microwave energy. And since these were modulated it is possible that the accounts of “people projecting things from their subconscious out in the world” might not be all hokum.
Is it possible that a combination of external frequency inputs (flickers and sounds) might combine under special circumstances to allow people to (knowingly or otherwise) bend space-time?
It’s an intriguing proposition. Could it be induced by light pumping rather than simply zapping someone with multiple microwave wavefronts?
So that one will go on the list of experiments, too: Spend some time working on 40 HZ, but then work on flickering a light at the 125 Hz a three-bladed prop spinning 2500 RPM would produce when the nose of an aircraft is pitched up for climb as the sun’s low in the December afternoon sky.
Might work on doing the Miracle Money Technique while in that state, too….(amplification?).
Lots of questions and damn little resource…but if we could, a whole month from late November to mid December would be spent in a Beech A36 flying from Andros Town to West Palm Beach (in 1/2 mile formation with another aircraft) and taking off a few minutes after 3 PM….
OK, the lab awaits…we have a financial train wreck to watch, too.
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