Las Vegas Workshop Agenda: Mimicking Gaston Naessens Work With Frequencies
At the Las Vegas Workshop 17-19 Feb 2006, new research findings will be discussed. One item on the agenda is using frequencies to mimic the action of a drug as noted in the Jacques Beneviste patent posted previously.
Christopher Bird reviewed Rife’s work and was sent to investigate Gaston Naessens who constructed a microscope with resolution similar to Rife’s. Naessens viewed the lifecycle of somatids, subcellular organisms that he thought were the basis of all life. Chronically ill patients always had abnormal somatid pleomorphic forms in their blood. He developed 714-X, a drug injected into a lymph node in the groin that normalized the somatid life cycle by enhancing the immune system.
With this approach he restored 750 out of 1000 cancer patients to health leading to his persecution and trial in Canada, a trial which he won. Christopher Bird provides a compelling narrative of trial proceedings in The Persecution and Trial of Gaston Naessens.
What if there was a frequency program that could be used to plate zap lymph nodes that generated the same effect. This is an interesting topic of research which will be discussed at the Las Vegas Frequency Research Workshop.