The frequency theory
How do the trillions of cells in our body actually communicate? How does a cell know what kind of cell it actually is? A lot is being said these days about our genes, but one thing is certain: Normally we have the same genes in all of our cells, regardless of whether these cells are in our knee or in our eye. It is absolutely impossible that all of this information is stored in our genes. While morphogenetic fields are being researched in Russia and in China knowledge of meridians (energy paths) has been part of the traditional education of all doctors for millennia, in the modern west these “things” are still relegated to the “esoteric corner” as is cell-to-cell communication via photons (light).
Even if we still have not found any sure answers to these important questions in the 21st century, the statement can still be made that light or waves play a significant role. What Dr. Rife started in 1930, the physicist Schrödinger first expressed with his term of inner order, and what is continued in the modern photon and frequency research, in may quarters is referred to as the future of medicine.
Today we know that in the cell membrane there is a so-called potassium-sodium pump in almost of our cells that generates energy, and indeed that energy that we require for life. For energy practitioners, among which are frequency scientists, there are no illnesses in the medical sense of the word, but only two states, that cells can be in; energetically normal or energetically abnormal. According to American, Russian, and German researchers, thus abnormally functioning cells (e.g. cancer cells) withdraw up to 60 times the normal amount of energy without generating energy themselves. This is also the reason why a small tumor of consisting of only a few hundred cubic centimeters can cause so many difficulties for an adult. It is not the tumor alone that is responsible for the illness, but rather the abnormal energy withdrawal from the healthy cells.
This is precisely the point where the frequency theory comes in, its task is to bring this depolarization (change in the cell voltage) back into order. The cell membrane, consisting of a double layer of phospholipids (fats and phosphates), which is approximately 10 nanometers in thickness, forms the skin of the cell. Membrane proteins are integrated in this membrane. These “antenna” (see also Dr. Budwig’s oil-protein diet) or receptors transfer sensor inputs to the cell, this means that the cell establishes contact with the “outside world” through these antenna, and determines what will come into the cell and what will leaves the cell. Consequently cell behavior is controlled via stimuli from the cell environment and not through the genes in the cell.
Each receptor is calibrated to receive only one type of signal from the environment, and to respond to that type of signal. Through this physical filter a cell is capable of ascertaining its environment and absorbing the necessary substances. The membrane, which is protected by fat, acts like an electric insulator which enables the cytoplasm (cell content) to accept a negative charge condition, as opposed to the layer that surrounds it.
Thus the cell acts like a battery with a minus pole and a plus pole. For the cell the change of its energy state is an electrical signal, which can activate or block specific genetic programs, for example. Cells recognize the surroundings by converting energies of the electromagnetic spectrum into biologically useful information. Different receptor proteins transform light, tones, x-rays, radio oscillations, microwaves, and extremely low frequencies (ELF), into cell combinations by activating effector proteins, which in turn can induce depolarization of the membrane, activation of the enzyme system of the cytoplasm, or a regulating of genetic processes.
The energy environment controls the behavior and well-being of cells and tissues in this manner. This energy regulation always takes priority over the regulation of cell activities through chemical influences.
The frequency approach to therapy:
According to frequency therapists every illness occurs through a reduction of energy production on the part of the potassium-sodium pump. In practical terms this means that if we succeed in supplying the body with the correct frequencies/waves, we can basically cure any illness. What today still sounds like a utopia can very quickly change the entire world of medicine.
Interesting in this regard is also the aspect that the mitochondria theory, the New Medicine theory, balance theory, and frequency theory, are not mutually exclusive – rather they are totally complementary. There is no reason why the disturbances of the potassium-sodium pump cannot occur through disturbances as they are explained in the other theories. It is just the approach to therapy that is different, since frequency therapists believe that it suffices to transfer the correct frequencies to the body so that it can heal itself.
Personally I concur with this opinion. Unfortunately we are not far enough along to understand which frequencies or which transmission possibilities are required for healings to occur. If all the research funding did not go into still more chemotherapy logs, then we would certainly be very close to really effective solutions.