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  Messages 109-108 deleted by author 08-10-2005 08:40 AM
Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
04:13 AM ET (US)
Some important frequencies were added to the Lyme program on 10 July and more typos corrected.

I encourage everyone to join the Google group which will replace this list by the end of the year:
Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
03:09 PM ET (US)
You are correct. There was a typo in the Lyme frequency program and I have corrected it as you indicated.

The primary frequencies are generated from the scalar octaves by the vbackfreq command. This produces, in effect, a primary frequency carrier wave with the scalar octave superimposed on it.

Experiments have shown that this works best.
12:12 PM ET (US)
Was looking over your posted frequencies for Lyme and am trying to figure out what the significance of the commented out frequencies is.... At first I thought that the commented out frequencies were the actual frequencies that you come up with via the Aurameter and the frequencies below them were calculated scalar frequencies, but your latest addition (the third set of freqs) to the Lyme set doesn't seem to follow that pattern or I'm just missing it.

Also noted what may be a typo on the first set of Lyme freqs?

11565.02975 scalar octave - all active frequencies are scalar octaves below

should this be;
11565.02975 #scalar octave - all active frequencies are scalar octaves below

thanks for posting your work and these frequencies
Edited 07-09-2005 12:13 PM
Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
10:09 PM ET (US)
It is important to run the ABPA for a full cycle as the inventor has embedded safety codes which assure that the body is balanced properly and these are only complete after a full cycle.

I'm normally running frequencies for much longer than a cycle so do not need to worry about it.
Dave ShreevePerson was signed in when posted
08:52 PM ET (US)
Since the ABPA seems to run in cycles of 40 seconds (mine actually seems to take 42 seconds), I wonder if there might be any benefit in running frequencies for durations of multiples of this.

My idea: If each light on the ABPA represents an individual step in a process, then the frequency should run at least for 40 seconds minimum to assure that all steps have been run in the process.

Often times when running convergences, the individual frequencies may only be held for a portion of this time (for example, 10 seconds or less). Maybe the full benefit of their value had not been achieved because the ABPA had not fully processed it.

Just a thought.
Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
03:01 PM ET (US)
The use of "pulse 64 75" in the F100 program modulates the primary frequency with a 64hz wave at 75% duty cycle. This means that the square wave (which I always use and runs by default in the F100 series devices) is positive 75% of the time and 0 voltage 25% of the time when run in offset mode.

Turf, who runs the Yahoo group electroherbalism, first pointed out that this helps absorption of the frequency by the body or by pathogens in the body. Working with other clinicians, I have tested this out using the Aurameter on hundreds of people and found that for general purposes 64hz and 75% duty cycle work well.
Dave ShreevePerson was signed in when posted
02:22 PM ET (US)
Thanks for the link, Dr. Sutherland: a fascinating web site, albeit, one way over my head. Why are all the cool books written in German?!

Thank goodness for people like you who translate bits of these ideas into usable concepts for the layperson.

The only effect I noticed from running the nanobacteria frequencies at the scalar octave (via the f155 and the ABPA) was a thickened tongue coat that evening. In chinese medicine this is interpreted as "dampness" or "phlegm", which could reflect some sort of waste accumulation or die off. The tongue coat has returned to normal this morning (I drank a good bit of ozonated water, thinking this might help clear things up)

Here is my modification of your program:

repeat 16
dwell 60
duty 50
pulse 64 75
43644.3 #mercury release
4202.30 #DNA database
converge 12 1
converge 1.5 .05 #dropped down for the smaller freqs.
#previously: converge 30 1
137692.91 #scalar octave of 2765636 (divide by e^3)
176024.47 #3535546
181506.08 #3645647
172614.5 #3467055
172623.47 #3467235
converge .25 .05 #5 1
172628.2 #3467330
172631.18 #3467390
172656.57 #3467900
172661.55 #3468000
converge .5 .05 #10 1
172632.43 #3467415
converge 2 .05 #40 1
172640.39 #3467575
172662.55 #3468020
converge 33 1
converge 4 0.1
1902 317 #CAFL list freqs that work
end repeat

My setup was not perfect. My photo for the ABPA was taken by a friend on his 7.1 megapixel camera and then he printed it on a very nice printer with photo quality paper (I do not know the dpi, but it is a brand new printer). However, I must assume that his camera translated the picture to a jpg (he plugs the memory card directly into the printer and I could not review the file on my pc) which maybe resulted in information loss. And then the picture itself would not fit in the ABPA well so I have it folded in half.

I am curious about the frequency running on channel B: 64hz with a 75% duty cycle. Is there a working theory behind this or was it established via the aurameter?

You had mentioned using a carrier frequency of the actual pathogen...this implies that channel B, in this case the 64hz wave, is what is modulating the carrier, channel A (which runs the actual pathogenic numbers).

I feel like I need some kind of working-theory FAQ to help explain general ideas underneath this stuff. In trying to experiment or modify my program for testing purposes, I feel I really dont benefit from people's experience out there because I miss the point behind what is being done...[the purpose and selection of the channel B frequency, for example].

Thank goodness for this forum!

Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
07:25 AM ET (US)
The F160's are a nice device. I have four of them I plan to upgrade to the F1000. The main reason is that I run four of them on the same computer and it takes a lot of computer resource. The F1000 will have a chip in it that will run the program and offload that function from the computer.

If anyone wants an F160, I will sell one for half the price of the F1000 when that is announced.

On the topic of scalar octaves, this is a difficult question to answer, as I developed and tested them after studying papers at the Global Scaling site <http://www.aw-verlag.ch/Global-Scaling_EN.htm>;.

My goal with scalar octaves was to cut frequency broadcast times with the ABPA by more than 50% and I suspected that any scalar octave would have the same effect as the primary frequency. The former has proved to be a reliable assumption, although I always use the primary frequency as a carrier wave (which you will not be able to do in many cases with the F155). The later does not seem to be the case, although the scalar octaves appear to be more reliable than dividing by two to get what we might call binary octaves. These are commonly used and I used them successfully for years.

I am getting enough questions about this that I will post a note on my website sometime soon. Those who subscribe to my Google group will get it automatically <http://groups-beta.google.com/group/ElectronicMedicine>;.
Edited 03-30-2005 07:26 AM
Dave ShreevePerson was signed in when posted
09:33 PM ET (US)
Since Atelier Robbin has sold out of their f160 generator and the replacement is anticipated to cost $1000, I made the decision to purchase their f155. The thing I didnt study carefully in making this decision is that the f155 only can produce frequencies up to 1.5Mhz or so. So here is my question for Dr. Sutherland:

To approximate the effect of a frequency above 1.5Mhz, what is your recommendation?

Here are some of my guesses:

-to divide the desired frequency by increasing integers until we get a number within the range of our generator
(So for example, if I was trying to produce the 3467055 frequency---one of the nanabacteria program, I could try dividing by 2 to get 1733527.5. But this is still out of range, so I might try dividing by 3 to get a number which my machine could generate.) ...Or perhaps this is wrong, perhaps we need only odd or even numbers (my understanding of harmonics is definitely limited!)

-take the "scalar octave". Based on Dr. Sutherland's posts I've decided that this means to divide the frequency by the number e raised to the 3rd power. I have no idea where this idea comes from, but somehow I suspect this to be a good guess. (My google search on scalar octave returned Dr. Sutherland's references to it in his f160 programs and then the rest seem to be related to a computer program called "Octave"--->no luck.)

Dr Sutherland, any internet resources you may know of to help explain what you mean by scalar octave would be awesome.

I'm going to try and run the nanobacteria program using scalar octaves of Dr. Sutherland's frequencies. We'll see if they create any subjective results :)

Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
12:32 PM ET (US)
New frequencies for the current flu have been posted. See http://frequencyresearch.com/ for details.

repeat 10
dwell 360
duty 50
pulse 64 75
converge 27 1
#mites and mycoplasma
676786 666637 656675 656347 646654 575737
264573 10776
222365 10644
255644 10544
166645 166626
365546 255455 133465 66464
374667 266677 157464 66677 25636
354444 265776 166565 66446
466457 366666 266556 156567
474656 356466 272667 156663
#those with EMEM devices can run these frequencies
converge 4 .1
14654 14446 9764 9376 8666 7556 7446 7277 6646 6245 5667 2444 2265
2247 1974 1755 1476 1144 1027 663 654 556 537 517 496 476 447 367 254 226 175 46 16 8
end repeat
Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
09:09 PM ET (US)
I have given Alan my feedback on the cables and we are waiting for him to produce them.

Meanwhile the most effective cable is the original cable that comes with the ABPA.

If the GB4000 puts out the same voltage as the FSCAN power port or F160 (up to 16 volts), it should work the same.
Daniel L. Caldwell
09:02 PM ET (US)
Dr. Jeff Sutherland,

You commented awhile back about a cable Alan Back made for you that let you adjust the impedence from a frequency generator (I believe you use an FScan) to match the input to the ABPA. You said this was designed to find the best match and then Alan would make a cable.

1) Have you determined the correct match yet?
2) How will you go about determining the best match without
   the possibilty of over-driving the ABPA?
3) Do you have any info on this cable you can share?
4) I am trying to hook up my ABPA to my GB4000 and have
   some specs for the GB4000. Do you have some for the
   FScan I could compare them to?

Dr. Jeff SutherlandPerson was signed in when posted
11:01 AM ET (US)
A "blog" item is an item posted on my web site:

The is formerly http://jeffsutherland.com/complementary/ which still works. However it was convenient to give it a unique URL.

I use Google's Blogger site to generate postings. Since Google is starting up groups that do not have offensive ads like Yahoo, it is convenient to have them automatically post to the Google group for individuals who want to receive them when they are posted.
Daniel L. Caldwell
02:55 AM ET (US)
I am sorry for being ignorant. What is a blog item? Your site is terrific. There is no other place to get this info on the ABPA.
Dr. Jeff Sutherland
04:12 PM ET (US)
I have started a new Google Group to automatically post blog items as they appear. Some of you may want to subscribe.

Edited 12-11-2004 04:14 PM
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