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triggering cell immunity - part 5 - scalar warfare, pandemics and soul signatures

Triggering Cell Immunity - Part 5 - Scalar Warfare, Pandemics and Soul Signatures

By Peter Farley www.4truthseekers. org

In the Journal Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (Publisher Springer Netherlands) Mark S. Rider and Jeanne Achterberg of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, reported the findings of their study on the effect of music-assisted imagery on neutrophils and lymphocytes.

The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of cell-specific mental imagery on neutrophil and lymphocyte cell counts. A neutrophil is a type of white blood cell, specifically a form of granulocyte, (Neutrophil granulocytes, generally referred to as neutrophils) are the most abundant type of white blood cells in mammals and form an essential part of the innate immune system. They are filled with neutrally-staining granules, tiny sacs of enzymes that help the cell to kill and digest microorganisms it has engulfed by phagocytosis. The neutrophil has a lifespan of about 3 days. A lymphocyte is a type of T cell and B cell in the vertebrate immune system.

Subjects in the study were randomly assigned to one of two experimental groups that underwent a 6-week training program focusing on images of morphology, location, and movement of either neutrophils or lymphocytes. Music was used to enhance the imagery of the subjects. Peripheral white blood cell and differential counts were determined before and after the final 20-minute imagery session. Results indicated that neutrophils decreased significantly in the neutrophil-change group while lymphocytes did not. The reverse occurred in the lymphocyte-change group, with only the lymphocytes decreasing significantly. The authors concluded that under the conditions of the present study, cell-specific imagery was associated with decreases in peripheral blood cell counts of lymphocytes and neutrophils.



There are two great pillars on which Creation Itself is founded, one being Light (both as a particle and a wave the individual and collective nature of Soul) and Sound, usually in the form of, yes, you guessed it, music. Hence all the references we `hear' to the music of the spheres or dimensions.

Light is actually the Female or negative polarity of Creation while Sound is the masculine or positive polarity. This is akin to Heart being the female energy and Mind being the Male energy. The Trinity of Creation is Masculine + Feminine + Neutral (Spirit). Question any of the spiritual paths you may follow that do not make reference to BOTH the Light and the Sound of God.




One cannot underestimate the role of music as a device for the desensitizing and conditioning of modern society. There is nothing new in the concept that music has the power to adjust and channel the collective consciousness of massive groups of people.

In the days of philosophers like Plato and Socrates there was a profound understanding and respect for the tremendous influence that music can have on its listeners. Much of their research was based solely on the practice of careful observation; tracing certain musical influences and using the cause to effect principles of critical deduction. Plato, for example, observed the effect that music had on society in his day and concluded, "In order to take the spiritual temperature of an individual or society, one must mark the music."

Socrates also did extensive study into the effects of music, recognizing its potential as an instrument of indoctrination and character development:

"Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, on which they mightily fasten, imparting grace, and making the soul of him who is rightly educated graceful, or of him who is ill-educated ungraceful." He also understood the significance of training while still in the time of youth. ". . . now in the days of his youth, even before he is able to know the reason why" (The Republic of Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett. Oxford Clarendon Press, 1888, page 88)

The seriousness of Socrates' view on certain musical modes can be deduced by the following statement:

"Any musical innovation is full of danger to the whole state, and ought to be prohibited . . . when modes of music change, the fundamental laws of the state always change with them."
(Aristotle, The Politics, translated by T. A. Sinclair, revised by T. J. Saunders, London: Penguin, 1981, book 8, section 5, page 466)

Look at the changes and musical `innovations' of the 50s and 60s and reflect then on the changes that also took place in society during these very same decades.

Military music induces feelings of patriotism in the listener, while Tchaikovsky' s use of strings takes the listener's emotions on a rollercoaster ride of Six Flags proportions. Watch any movie without its musical score and see how little one is drawn into the action of the plot.Sound brought the walls down in Jericho and helped raise the stones to the top of the Great Pyramid.

2010-10-18