About The Frequency Method
The origins of the DNA-related frequency method are now more than 20 years old. During 1997-1999, Charlene Boehm explored the work of Royal Rife and other researchers who had investigated the use of frequencies or resonance in efforts to influence pathogens. After months of looking at various biophysical and harmonic relationships - especially in relation to pathogen DNA – a pattern was discovered that seemed to hold particular potential for further investigation.
Radio antennas transmit or absorb best in the presence of wavelengths that correspond in some way to their length. A DNA molecule can react in a similar way if an electromagnetic wavelength is matched to the physical length of the molecule. It is subsequently possible to compute a frequency which corresponds to that wavelength.
A paper detailing those biophysical and mathematical relationships was released in August 1999. Soon thereafter, a U.S. patent application was submitted on the method. After a lengthy examination process, a patent was granted on October 9, 2007 (U.S. 7,280,874).
After the 1999 paper was written, it was discovered that the concept of DNA molecule having resonant characteristics was not an entirely new idea. The early 1980s saw considerable interest in this area of biophysics, as evidenced by several scientific papers from those years (1-4). While exact details regarding how electromagnetic frequency emissions might influence a DNA molecule are not yet fully understood, it is thought there may be an interaction of the emission’s wavelength with the DNA strand or its immediate surrounding environment.
Since 1999, numerous people have used the DNA frequency method against pathogens in a beneficial way. We hope to continue this activity by offering our material on a consulting basis to researchers at a reasonable cost. For more information, please see the FAQs and other pages of this website, some of which include free-access reference material about infectious diseases and their associated pathogens. The fee-based portion of the consulting service offers sets of frequencies based on the original DNA frequency method, along with more recent proprietary advances and other information closely related to the method.
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1. Van Zandt LL, Kohli M, Prohofsky EW. Absorption of Microwave Radiation by DNA double helix in aquo. Biopolymers 21(7):1465-1468 (Jul 1982).
2. Swicord ML, Edwards GS, Sagripanti GL, Davis CC. Chain-Length-Dependent Microwave Absorption of DNA. Biopolymers 22(12):2513-2516 (Dec 1983).
3. Edwards GS, Davis CC, Saffer JD, Swicord ML. Resonant Microwave Absorption of Selected DNA Molecules. Physical Review Letters 53(13):1284-1287 (Sep 1984).
4. Edwards GS, Davis CC, Saffer JD, Swicord ML. Microwave-Field-Driven Acoustic-Modes in DNA. Biophysical Journal 47:799-807 (Jun 1985).