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Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 21:48:36 -0500

I've heard of it, but know of no really scientific study or results on it.  That's really the reason I locked in on the Priore work so long ago; it was performed by scientists under scientific protocols, and the results reported in the refereed journals.  It was also checked out by the French government.  So the work was not anecdotal, but gave one something solid to get one's teeth into.

As another example, there are zillions of EM "zappers" which various inventors and builders advance and praise, and sell. Again, I don't know of any rigorous scientific work done with them under proper protocols.

So I stayed with the proven Priore thing, even though I also think it can be done with sound.  But I don't envision any magic forms, shapes, etc., but focusing on the sound technology itself.

Heard the President's speech earlier, and it was excellent.



Subject: Priore and other "harmonic" treatments
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 10:36:23 -0500

While doing some background work looking into material acoustic resonance, I found some interesting references to "Cymatics."  Apparently based on the results of Dr. Hans Jenny's 3D visualizations and mathematical analysis of Chladni figures, Cymatics involves an application of complex acoustic waveforms for the healing of certain ailments.  The gist of this area of study is that disease represents a discord within the body's healthy resonance.  According to practitioners of Cymatics, the body can be brought back into resonance and, hence, made healthy again, by dosing the body with the proper complex acoustic waveforms.  'Sounds a lot like Priore, but at acoustic and near-acoustic frequencies of mechanical resonance.