Chaotic Electric – 21st Century Health Hazard

The human body is a magnificent organism. Designed by an all-wise Creator, it’s busy repairing and rebuilding its 75 trillion cells on a continual basis from the moment of conception until the day we die. It’s all about electrical energy, the harmonic electrical system of the body. In this context, the chaotic electrical environment in which we live becomes a serious challenge.

In his book Cross Currents, Dr. Robert Becker shares his research on the electrical system of the human being. He describes a control mechanism that starts, regulates, and stops the healing process. He states his conviction that the escalation of illness and disease in modern society may be due to the bombardment of the body’s harmonic electricdynamics system by harsh man-made chaotic electric frequencies.

Becker’s research on salamanders convinced him that it had what he described as a “repair-loop” that stimulated not only the repair, but also actual replacement of missing body parts. Based on the repair-loop theory (and confirmed through intuited research),  Dr. Becker postulated that the human body also checks out as having similar electrical circuitry also capable of complete cellular repair. A strong immune system is commonly believed to be responsible for keeping the body healthy but intuited research tells us that it is only one part of the twelve-part human Repair Loop, all parts being of equal importance. With this in mind is it any wonder that true wellness is often so elusive.

Again, through intuited research it was discovered that there are four damaging key factors that damage and thereby interfere with the Repair Loop’s role in cellular repair: Severe toxicity, body trauma (including dental trauma, accidents and surgery), emotional trauma and chaotic electrical overload. Although the first three are relatively easy to trace, electrical is not because it’s neither seen nor felt, making it a hidden health hazard.2

The Body Electric

The energy output of the human subtle electrical system can be scientifically measured by using EKG’s (electrocardiograms) and EEG’s (electro-encephalograms). Readouts are possible because of the electro-magnetic-chemical nature of cellular function based on the proper balance of water and electrolytes. A healthy system outputs frequencies between 62 and 68 harmonic hertz. Electric lights, operate at 60 chaotic hertz, are quite capable of causing severe damage to, and even destruction of, the human harmonic system that is “us”.

One aspect of the chaotic vs. harmonic electric phenomenon is the potential accumulation by the cells of harmful electrical frequencies, much like a capacitor that collects, stores and emits electric. Slowly and insidiously electric collects to the point of “critical mass”, before a health challenge appears, which seemingly out of nowhere. Years of such accumulated electro-pollution can alter cell function with manifesting multiple symptoms: from headaches, unrelenting fatigue, digestive, heart and colon malfunction to name a few. The cellular mutations of cancer and leukemia can also be traced to the scrambled frequencies of the cells cause by electrical overload.

Edgar Cayce, the renowned psychic of the 30’s taught that each organ of the body has an “electronic-unit of vibration” which is necessary to sustain its physical existence. He taught that this natural electric energy could be changed by “injury, disease, or lack of the elimination of toxins”. Cell damage by chaotic electric was virtually unknown at that time.2

Because we cannot see, hear, smell or touch many of the dangers in our environment today, even when they’re brought to our attention it is easy to disregard the warnings. Chaotic electric is one of those invisible and ignored dangers. We are surrounded by these potentially harmful chaotic frequencies in many forms and all extremely harmful to our cellular harmonic system. Immersing us in a pool of potentially harmful chaotic frequencies.4

According to Dr. Becker, there is no place on the planet that is free of electro-magnetic contamination: television stations, AM and FM radio, short wave transmitters, cell phones, radar devices, electric power transmission lines, the electric wiring in our homes and offices, and “The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program” in Alaska. This is but a tiny piece of a mind-boggling problem- the proliferation of wireless technology with the potential of serious electric and/’or radiation damage to the human body at the cellular level. Scientific studies now show that exposure to microwaves may cause spontaneous mutations and possible genetic effects, immune system dysfunction, brain tumors and brain cancer and much, much more.

In Florida, the “lightning-strike capital of the world”, the moist air tends to hold the charge of the almost daily near lightning strikes. This is another natural phenomenon that can affect the body over a period of time because it adds to the accumulation of chaotic electric resulting in similar symptomology potentially speeding up cellular electrical overload.

There is another inescapable source of natural electric that occurs periodically. NASA scientists at NASA warned us in the fall of 2003 and again in 2008 that the highly charged particles being hurled at the earth from solar flares were a threat to electrical utilities, potentially causing, possible blackouts of voice radio and television communicators. Although they said that there was “no direct threat on the ground because of the earth’s thick atmosphere”. They were wrong.

At the Center, we were fielding calls for the above and more. Margie in her 60’s was frantic because of a racing heart- understandable. The heart is an electrical organ!

Electric overload can also show up as anxiety, disorientation, sleeplessness, or damaged mucus membranes causing nosebleeds, itchy eyes, hypersensitivity, digestive and breathing difficulties.

The latest intuited research shows damage to the covering subtle energy of the brain with symptoms of depression, anxiety unreasonable thoughts, angry outbursts and other personality changes.4

Releasing Electrical Overload

There seems to be little doubt about the devastating effects of exposure to aberrant electric frequencies on the human body is increasing, yet this serious health hazard has not been generally recognized by either the medical community or practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine. If and when this time of electric is recognized as harmful, no doubt the search will be on for a “cure”, which most likely will go, down the path of trial and error that has typically left us with more questions than answers for cancer, diabetes and all the other “incurables”. Such has been the case with cancer, diabetes and all the other “incurables”.

We have seen and believe that answers are to be found in the field of energy medicine. For over a decade we have observed increased well-being through the use of, energy medicine programmed to which appear address electrical disharmony at the cellular vibrational level. The secret might be, the cleansing of the body’s 75 trillion cells to the point that their natural frequencies reach the resonant levels associated with the body’s ability to self-repair.

Clearing the harmful electrical fields is of prime importance in the restoration of cellular coherency/harmonic resonance. Now when the cells are once again able to communicate with each other they can get on with the business of getting us well. Chaotic electric might be the cause of your ill-health and may indeed be a contributing factor in many of the new and strange illnesses of our times. And the new field of harm-free “energy medicine” maybe an answer for you and is offering some valid answers.

1 Robert O. Becker, M.D., Cross Currents: The Perils of ElectroPollution, The Promise of Electro Medicine

2 Thomas Sugrue, Story of Edgar Cayce: There is a River

3 James Manning and Dr. Nick Bergich, Angels Don’t Play this HARP

4 Carol Rose Keppler, M.EI, intuited research

Your Business, Heart and Soul

Not too long ago people didn’t talk about heart and soul in connection with business. It seems that when manufacturing shifted out of the home and into factories, compassion stayed home. I think, for example, of the culture of Massachusetts, USA. Business men kissed their wives and kids good-bye in the morning and went out to join the fray that was American business. They believed they could not be entirely ethical and succeed. They believed competition was a basic truth. Actually they were making it up, creating a competitive world with their belief in it. They believed in scarcity and fought scarcity and drew scarcity for the many and even for themselves.

The idea of keeping women and children at home did not apply to the lower classes. Businessmen believed others deserved the lot of laborers. This was an age before pensions. The common laborer worked until he died. Keeping in mind that Social Security and Public Assistance did not exist until 1935 (these came about because of the threat of revolt during The Great Depression), we get a picture of the grim world of the 1800s. I used to live near Lowell, Massachusetts. Sometimes I drove by the deserted brick buildings that had once been cotton mills. I thought of the women and children who had worked eighteen hour days and died of white lung disease from the cotton fibers that accumulated in their lungs, something that did not happen to weavers at home or in cooperatives.

So, if you are a mill owner, you know you are killing people and just to get through each day you have to believe these people don’t matter. Not an ethical place to be. They made compromises-and split the (upper class) family into two parts, the kind world of home and the unkind world of business. It was as if these men thought they could leave their souls at home in the care of the women and return at night to reclaim them.

This mind set lingered through the 1900s. In the 1980s M. Scott Peck offered workshops to businesses to help with communication and mutual respect among workers and bosses. As reported in his book A World Waiting to Be Born, Peck would only do the workshop if the bosses agreed to participate fully. Sometimes a president or vice president refused. Peck concluded that such a person “needed” power based on something other than mutual respect.

The world Peck envisioned is being born today with internet business models that keep the heart and soul. I listen to the Business Whisperer, Kendall Summerhawk, and Jeff Herring the article guy, to name just two out of many, and I know I’m listening to people whose heart and soul are fully integrated with their business. It’s about service and success, and we can all do it.

The Nature of Management

Management is the integration and co-ordination of resources in order to move effectively towards desired objectives. All organisations have some missions that include their reasons for existence. To be effective, organisations must have targets, objectives towards which managers hope to move.

Effectiveness is the heart of all managerial activities. This also refers to how well an organisation reaches its objectives over a period of time.

However, it stresses the long-range continuing nature of organisation. The ability to change, adapt, reach objectives and serve its mission is of prime importance to any organisation. This is easy to understand when it is contrasted with efficiency.

Efficiency is a short-term measure of how well an organisation uses its resources. This measures frequently are used to determine whether the organisation is meeting its short-term targets.

Basically, resources are what managers must use efficiently and effectively. They include human resources example workers at all levels in the firm, capital resources example acquition and use of money.

Technology includes the type of computer you buy, the building needed and the maintenance of the facilities. Clients are those served by the firm, including customers, community etc. Time is a limiting resource. How fast customers are served, when to bring in innovation are important consideration.

A skill of the professional business consultant is the ability to recognise the relative importance and proper or logical location of each function in any specific situation. Thus, the emphasis placed on each function varies with nature of the client business. Hence, there is never a packaged solutions to organisation problems.

Each client organisation differs from the other in the way it organises and intergrates the various organisation functions because of variations in market products, methods, tradition, people and many other aspects.

Finally, the true organisation consultant, then,must recognises this and deals with each individual on its own merits

Martins Okosina