Frequency Research Workshop – Seattle 20 Aug 2005

Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Dr. Dick Loyd will discuss their latest findings in identifying frequencies for balancing the body and improving health, well-being and longevity.

Many people have asked for help in using the Cameron Aurameter and saliva testing to identify frequencies. New ways to use the FSCAN for scanning the body, the Advanced Biophoton Analyzer for remote transmission of frequencies, and the new F165 frequency generator will be discussed. Hardware and cabling for enhancement of these devices will be explained along with plate zapping techniques to target specific organ systems and enhance their function. The workshop will be as hands on as possible given space and time constraints.

It will be held at the Doubletree Guest Suites Seattle-Southcenter about 15 minutes from the Seattle airport (not the SeaTac Doubletree). Discounts on rooms are available by talking to Doubletree manager Karen Dodge at 206-575-8220.

The workshop will be held from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, 20 August 2005 and the early bird registration fee is $295 until 15 August. Late registration will be $350. There will be a reception on Friday evening prior to the workshop at 5:30-6:30pm followed by presentations and discussion with Dr. Sutherland and Dr. Loyd. The fee for the reception is $25 for workshop participants and $50 for those only attending the reception.

All questions on the workshop should be directed to Dale Fawcett at (360) 598-6585. You can sign up for the workshop by clicking on the link below – Paypal or credit cards.

Seattle Workshop, Early Bird Registration – $295
Seattle Workshop plus Reception, Early Bird Registration – $320Seattle Reception Only – $50

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  • Jeff Sutherland Posted July 31, 2005 9:24 pm

    Information on the Dr. Sutherland’s Workshop to be held in Seattle on Saturday, 20 August 2005, has just been posted. Sign up at http://frequencyresearch.org/

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