"Amid all the fear and misinformation currently swirling around the rapidly worsening global "coronavirus situation," tonight we present new scientific hope for those most vulnerable to the disease.I missed the show, but I was intrigued to know more about these "demonstrably positive medical effects". Here's what an internet search revealed.
A few weeks ago, as a means of amplifying their demonstrably positive medical effects, I suggested that Sharry Edwards' revolutionary "bio-acoustic resonance" protocols -- using specific sound frequencies to eliminate harmful viruses and bacteria in humans and their pets -- be carried out inside one of Charlie Ziese's "torsion-field amplifying" modern pyramids.note 1
The first of a series of such "pyramid resonance experiments" has now been carried out -- with some truly remarkable results ... and global implications." [emph. added]
Institute of Bioacoustic Biology and Sound Health
Sharry Edwards™ runs an outfit called 'The Institute of Bioacoustic Biology and Sound Health" in Albany, Ohio. Among the claims on the Institute's website I found these:
" the sounds of the voice can act as a holographic representation of health and wellness."
" is it now possible to reverse diseases and traumas previously thought to be incurable."
"The effects of BioAcoustic Biology ... have unlimited health and wellness potential."
"The research being conducted by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology is on the forefront of energy medicine; creating the doorway to our next dimension of health revolution. In addition, the techniques hold promise in answering questions about how our universe was formed."
Remarkable talent, she says
Sharry Edwards herself (who inexplicably appends a ™ to her own name) makes no claim of academic achievment, but writes that she has a remarkable talent.
"My sacred story eludes me because my unusual talent was present before my memory begins, hence I don’t know how my ability to make history by creating the future, will evolve."This is, apparently, a "talent" that can be learned. The Institute of Bioacoustic Biology and Sound Health offers several training courses, for example:
"I can hear and duplicate the sounds/frequencies that people need to balance and become well. My mission is to provide the tools and solutions to the public in the hopes of making a difference and selfishly hope my time on the planet will leave it a better place."
BioAcoustic Basics Technician Course, 2 days
$300, plus yearly renewal fee $300
BioAcoustic Professional, 5 days
$5600 inc. equipment, plus yearly renewal fee $400
..but it's NOT medical
Applicants for these courses are required to sign a "Confidentiality agreement," from which they learn:
- this technique is not a medical treatment and ... it is not presented, either expressly or implied, as a medical treatment.
- Sharry Edwards is not a licensed physician and is not holding herself out as a licensed physician nor as practicing medicine.
So, OK, Ms. Edwards™ is running a business. Nothing wrong with that, but what seems to be missing here is any of that "demonstrably positive medical effect" or "elimination of harmful viruses and bacteria" that Hoagland wrote about. It looks very much as if he was making claims for Edwards™ that she herself couldn't deliver.
 Here's Charlie Ziese's web page."All pyramids are passive torsion generators, and therefore producers of chi/prana/orgone/aetheric energy" — see what I mean about "beyond the fringe"??
Making claims for someone is what these frauds (my opinion) do: The smart ones know that they can't legally make the claims, so they have "testimonials" from their users or from others that make the claims for them so that they are not held accountable.
Edwards isn't making those claims because if she did, the long arm of the law would (rightfully) descend upon her. The FDA (among others) takes a dim view of medical fraud. We all know Hoagland does not share that view.
I think you're right Chris.
Hello Expat, it's been a long time! I'm so glad you're still doing this. I recently encountered a Mensa member on Facebook who was touting the benefits of bio-accoustic therapy. She stated or strongly implied it could protect us from COVID-19, and, if I recall correctly, was also an effective treatment for cancer and HIV.
Words fail me.
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