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Shattering Cancer with Resonant Frequencies

Shattering Cancer with Resonant Frequencies

Anthony Holland

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Anthony Holland, Associate Professor, Director of Music Technology, at TEDx Skidmore College 

“You’re killing more cancer cells than as if you had used radiation…”

    I’ve had the great pleasure of working with some brilliant and dedicated scientists who had a common dream: that children in the future would not have to suffer from cancer or from the terrible side effects of toxic drugs or radiation, because we believed there just had to be a better way. 

    And we think we may have found it.

    A scientist said, “You’re killing more cancer cells than as if you had used radiation.” That same scientist went on, “If you had spent millions of dollars developing a new drug that killed this many cancer cells, it would be a home run.” This was an astonishing thing to hear, especially for a music professor (me) who had just completed his first experiments in a cancer lab.

    But we didn’t use any radiation. We didn’t use any drugs. So what did we do?

    Sound frequency.

    We found that because living organisms and cells are liquid crystals, or in the least, they have many properties of liquid crystals, and can be affected by sound. Eliminated, even.

    We started with 100 Hz, and we looked through the microscope to see if anything is happening. We watch for five minutes. Nothing happens.

    So we try 101 Hz. We look through the scope for five minutes, and nothing happens.

    So we try 102, 103 and so on. Over the course of 15 months, we try hundreds and hundreds of frequencies, if not thousands, until we find the magic combination. The answer is you have to have two input frequencies — one low, one high — and the higher frequency must be 11 times the lower. It’s what we, musicians, would call the eleventh harmonic. When we add the eleventh harmonic, we begin to shatter microorganisms like a crystal glass.

    So now we know we can destroy a microorganism, and the question comes up, “But can you target a specific organism with a specific frequency?”


    It also turns out this is the beginning of a process of destruction for cancer cells. We now know that cancer is vulnerable between the frequencies of 100,000 hertz and 300,000 hertz. 

So now we attack leukemia cells… with success. Ovarian cancer cells. Pancreatic cancer. We turn on our electronic signals, and the tumor shrinks and is broken up. The cells are disconnecting, disaggregating; the opposite of forming a tumor. And some of the cells are destroyed.

    Since I was a 17-year-old high-school student with twin interest in both music and science, I never imagined the two would come together in a cancer research lab. I now believe that the future cancer treatment rooms for children will be a very different place. It would be a pleasant place where children gather and make new friends. They probably won’t even know they’re sick. They’ll draw pictures, color in their books, play with their toys, all the while unaware that above them are beautiful blue pinkish plasma lights emanating healing, pulsing electric fields, shattering their cancer, painlessly and non-toxically, one cell at a time.

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