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Sharry Edwards - BioAcoustically Speaking
May 15, 2004

Research Report:  Lupus as an Example of Human BioAcoustic Analysis

 Human BioAcoustics is a research modality dedicated to the idea that the voice is a holographic representation of the body. Tapping into the network of nerve pathways from the larynx (voice box) via the vagus nerve to the brain, Frequency EquivalentsSM* are being investigated as a method of pre-diagnostic and complementary management, to support optimal health and wellness.

Using fundamental mathematical concepts, biological pathways are expressed as frequency relationships that can be utilized to distinguish novel biometric associations. Vocal Profiling
SM, using the tenets of BioAcoustic BiologySM, has been described as being "beyond medicine" because of its potential to provide an unsullied glimpse into the inherent form and function of the body.

Pilot Study Identifies Cholesterol Biofrequency Patterns Associated with Onset of Lupus. The diffusion of reported symptoms associated with lupus, an autoimmune disease, were brought together in a pilot study that was designed to determine frequency based roots associated with lupus.

Using computerized vocal samples from a small group of women who suffer from lupus, three common biochemical Frequency Equivalents* were found: Inositol, aldosterone and corticosterone. Even though these compounds are very different in their properties and function within the body, inefficient cholesterol management was found to be the most common, but not the most severe, lupus marker. A comparison of each lupus patient's vocal profile using cholesterol as a base, revealed that adenosine diphosphate (ADP), Lipoic acid and GABA are the biofrequency roots of cholesterol
insufficiencies associated with lupus. Each lupus sufferer would, of course, express these defaults individually.

Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect various parts of the body, including the skin, joints, blood, and kidneys. Immune response antibodies build up in the tissues and can cause inflammation, injury to tissues, and pain. For some people, lupus is a mild disease affecting only a few organs. For others, it can cause serious and even life-threatening problems.

The Lupus Foundation of American estimates that 500,000 to 1.5 million Americans have been diagnosed with lupus. Sixteen thousand new cases are diagnosed each year. Medical science has not yet developed a cure for lupus but has developed several diverse theories concerning its cause.

BioAcoustically Speaking the frequency pathways of GABA, ADP and Lipoic Acid may be an efficient means to control the cholesterol inefficiency associated with lupus. Mary J. Roman, MD, a cardiologist at Cornell University in NY, writes that the association of cholesterol disturbance and lupus has long been known, but is as yet not understood1.

Vocal Profiling may be an avenue to determine the biofrequency root associated with many diseases. It must be stressedthat individual vocal assessment is required to reveal individual faults within the basic frequency pathways to be addressed. There are, of course, other (secondary) issues that must be considered individually for each lupus sufferer. Additional issues associated with the frequency related Lupus/Cholesterol pathway include Candida, cardiomyopathy, thyroid issues, Parkinson like symptoms, hyperprolinemia, tooth plaque and Kreb cycle insufficiency.

Inositol is a non-essential nutrient associated with the B complex family of vitamins and supports nerve, brain and muscle metabolism. Inositol is complementary to folic acid, Vitamins B6, B12, choline and methionine and has been associated with inefficient immune response disorders such as lupus. Aldosterone is secreted by the cortex of the adrenal gland. It acts on the kidney to help regulate sodium and blood pressure. Lupus has been associated with defective stimulation of Aldosterone. Corticosterone imbalances have been associated with lupus but there has never been a methodology that could determine which of these issues were stressed or why these biochemicals were at issue among lupus patients as a heterogeneous group.

ADP is involved in DNA repair and apoptosis, both of which may be of relevance in lupus pathogenesis2. Lipoic acid is a co factor for the use of ADP and is often recommended as a supplement to support patients during lupus treatment. GABA - gamma aminobutyric acid is referenced in several articles and research papers in association with lupus and DHEA.

Thus, Human BioAcoustic evaluation can be seen to complement standard medical theories regarding lupus, from the viewpoint of the normal structure and function of the body, suggesting, for each individual, specific nutritional considerations and challenges. Human BioAcoustics provides a precise frequency based window on the workings of the body which, as in this example, can often be seen to generally support what other evaluative sciences have to report on the unique biomarkers of individuals diagnosed with lupus.  This research modality therefore, once again, shows how it can take its place alongside other non-invasive pre-diagnostic techniques that provide individualized evaluation of structure and function.

This is an initial report on research in progress.  We expect to post further developments here as we confirm them.

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*Frequency Equivalent - a frequency representation of a person, place, thing or emotion.

Disclaimer: The above considerations are not intended to diagnose, treat or mitigate any disease and are to be treated as frequency related suggestions for educational purposes only. Lupus frequencies associated with Lyme disease associated frequencies are not included here.

References

1. Davis, Jeanie L. Lupus Patients Risk Early Heart Disease. WEBMD Health. <http://my.webmd.com/content/article/78/95854.htm>.

2. Bruce, Ian N., and Ahmad A. Yasmeen. Arthritis Research & Therapy Review: Genetic epidemiology: Systemic lupus erythematosus <http://arthritis-research.com/content/3/6/331.>

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