Homeopathy, Coherence and Resonance
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Homeopathy, Coherence and Resonance
- The concept of Homeopathy used to be disputed by some, but new research has shown interesting links with intra-cellular and inter-cellular communication, involving information sharing. Biophoton emission or bioluminescence, together with new discoveries into the nature of water, along with developments in energy or vibrational medicine and studies on coherence and resonance, have revealed the complex ways in which biological systems inter-communicate and respond to external stress and or disruptive frequencies.
- It involves both dilutions of the agent to the minimum which still produces a biological response, and also succussion or strong shaking which seems to help impart the energetic elements into the water structure. It is now sometimes related to nanomedicine. Modern science might redefine homeopathy as stimulating the biological system's own communication and defense systems by employing frequencies and energies similar to those under stress.
- This form of biological communication can involve coherence and resonance phenomena to overcome stochastic effects. Each person's biological system varies in its sensitivity to any frequency, meaning coherence and resonance effects are variable, and also easily disrupted, leading to variable experimental results. This means that many aspects of electromagnetic energy and subtle energy are still difficult to measure with traditional equipment and some effects can still be detected only by sensitive biological systems which have their own mechanisms for producing resonance effects from particular windows of frequencies.
- Homeopathy in its present form originated with the Hippocratic theory of similarity, or like cures like, as formulated by Dr Samuel Hahnemann in Germany in 1796. It is now practised worldwide for both humans and animals and in some cases plants.
- In the USA the American Institute of Homeopathy was the first US national medical organization, begun in 1844. In the UK, in 1849, Charles Darwin was substantially helped with his chronic illness by homeopathy.
- Hahnemann's terminology sometimes seems to be misunderstood. Hahnemann defined 'homeopathy' in terms of producing similar symptoms, 'allopathy' as the use of drugs to produce symptoms different from those of the illness, thus including the blocking of the actual symptoms, and 'antipathy' as the use of drugs to produce symptoms opposite from those of the illness.
- These terms may be inapplicable to medicine which attempts to stem the cause of an illness by, for instance, blocking specific biological pathways, as in some forms of genetic therapy.
- 'Homeopathy' could be considered, however, as in some ways related to natural remedies, especially nutritional or environmental, designed to increase the body's natural production of necessary elements such as vitamins. Thus it could in one sense, but not in formulation and preparation, be applied to increasing the intake of vitamin C to prevent scurvy by nutritional changes, or the body's natural production of vitamin D by environmental changes.
Biophoton emission or bioluminescence
- An objection to homeopathy used to be that the dilutions left no molecule of the original substance in the water. This became irrelevant once biological communication by biophotons was discovered, for both plants and animals.
- Biophoton emission or bioluminescence was discovered by Alexander Gurwitsch in the 1920s. Their emission from DNA and their coherent nature from healthy tissue was investigated by Prof. Fritz Albert Popp and others.
- Another objection to homeopathy used to be that water could not retain electromagnetic imprints. This was disproved by Beneviste in the 1970s and many other scientists since then, especially once the different coherence of zones of water was discovered. Of particular importance are zones on the surface of a mass of water or adjacent to another substance.
Energy medicine and coherent vibration
- Another objection to homeopathy used to be that biological systems depended on chemical bonds. However, it has long been known that these chemical bonds can be explained in terms of energy transmission and that this energetic form, either in electromagnetic, subtle or acoustic waves or vibrations, appears to be fundamental to biological communication. Prof. Herbert Fröhlich and others have investigated coherent electric vibrations in biological systems.
Studies relating to EMFs, coherence and resonance:
A very few of the many studies showing the effectiveness of homeopathic remedies:
(see also general list above)