Can you feel that? It is all around us. Frequencies, sound, and vibrations. In fact, there are frequencies around us that are so subtle, you might not even notice them. Did you know the frequencies can be used for a wide range of purposes, from psychotronic combat to healing?
However, many people fail to understand the true power and significance that sound, and frequencies have on our bodies and minds. Unfortunately, some of the time-intensive research that our dedicated colleagues do gets dismissed as hooky “conspiracy theories”. The reason for this being that there isn’t enough of a focus or desire to understand frequencies and vibrations impact on humans. You might not be aware, but sound and frequencies have their place in several industries: biofeedback, sound therapy, bioelectromagnetism electromagnetics and more.
Sonic Healing and Sound Therapy
As one of the five senses, sound and hearing is a part of the human existence. Furthermore, sound carries an internal connection with humans. Healing techniques are not a new concept. They have been used for thousands of years for religious purposes. For instance, when overtone chanting has been used by Buddhist monks. Therefore, there is a scientific name for how humans perceive sound, and that is called psychoacoustics, which includes the psychological and physiological responses associated with sound. Joshua Leeds, who is an expert in psychoacoustics and the author of The Power of Sound, has studied the effects of sound on the human nervous system:
However, there are a variety of sound healing studies and processes that have been discovered. A few of them include brain-wave entertainment, the synchronicity of sound, crystal bowls, music for healing and frequency medicine.
As an organization, USPA was founded on the research of several notable scientific figures. Therefore, one of them being Nikola Tesla. Tesla studied Non-Hertzian waves. The term originally came from Heinrich Hertz (1857—1894) who discovered that the action of electric and electromagnetic fields as radiating from a wire in transverse waves. Tesla’s research found that non-Hertzian waves could act like a “wireless system” of transmitting energy. Dr. Glen Rein, who is a researcher and a member of USPA, did a study on the effects of Non-Hertzian Scalar waves on the immune system:
“If scalar fields are clinically immunoenhancing, the potential exists for treating immunode6~cient diseases like AIDS, cancer, Ebstein Barr and even flu symptoms with scalar energy. The results presented here indicate that this approach should be far more efficacious than using conventional linear EM fields.”
One of the largest areas of study in the USPA is radionics. Not many people have heard of radionics or the science behind it. Radionics was introduced by Dr. Albert Abrams (1863-1924), who is considered to be the “father of radionics”. Abrams was a Professor of Pathology and later a director of Medical Studies at Sanford University, California. The term “radionics” is somewhat misleading. However, it doesn’t have anything to do with radio or radio waves. It doesn’t have to do with electronics. Rather, data that is obtained through various parts of the body. Radionics machines are used to diagnose disease and treat it with an energy like radio waves.
Although there is a surprising amount of research that has been done in the areas of sound, frequency and medicine- enough to write several books about. At USPA, one of our goals is to share information about this research and spread an awareness of this knowledge. There are several ways that we do this: through our conferences, membership to USPA and our archives. Finally, if you are interested in either of these, please visit their respected pages.
The USPA is nonprofit organization founded in 1975 to serve as a focal point for scientific and technical exploration of the universe of esoteric, spiritual, and psychic arts in the United States of America. Every year, the USPA holds its annual conference for its members. To become a member of USPA, you can fill out the online application or contact our membership coordinator Phyllis Weiland. For general questions or comments about USPA and our organization, send us a message here.