Extracts from a paper by Dr. James C. Roberts MD FACC (Cardiologist) and the late Jacques Benveniste MD, provided irrefutable scientific proof that vibrational exchange is the language of biochemistry.
This is the concept that underlies the pagradigm of homeopathy. As doctors we were taught that molecules we administer – drugs, vitamins, hormones, etc, ‘work’ by binding to receptors on the cell membrane, triggering a change within the cell – a ‘drug’ or biological effect.
It makes sense for our cell membranes to have specific receptors for hormones, vitamins and other ‘normal human’ substances, but does it make sense for our cells to have receptors for drugs? Why should nature or evolution provide us with receptors for molecules that have yet to be invented?
In the vibrational paradigm, the molecules we give you as well as the molecules produced in your body that govern your physiology, work not by binding to a receptor on the wall of a cell, but by emitting an electromagnetic signal. This signal vibrates at a frequency that can be sensed by the cells in your body. Drugs work not by binding to the cell, but by getting sufficiently close to the cell so that their frequencies can be sensed and responded to.
Therefore, it follows that administering a therapeutic molecule would be unnecessary, if we could give you the frequency of that molecule instead. In homeopathy, it is the frequency emitted by the treatment molecule that blocks the receptor. In homeopathy we don’t need to give you the molecule that emits the frequency of interest; we simply give you its frequency, but in concentrated form. Homeopathic preparations contain only the frequencies once emitted by a therapeutic agent. A solution of a therapeutic molecule is diluted over and over again to the point where no molecules of the original substance remain. All that is left is its frequency in concentrated form. The more dilute, the greater the concentration of frequencies and the more powerful its therapeutic effect.
The physics by which serial dilution concentrates frequencies is difficult to understand. Suffice it to say that removing a molecule from a solution that once emitted a frequency, creates a hyperproton – basically concentrated energy. Dr Benveniste demonstrated that the frequency emitted from a therapeutic agent could be recorded and digitised, and then ‘played’ to a biological system to generate the same biological effect – as if the original molecule was administered in intact form. This is digital homepopathy. Digital homeopathy is all about the frequency; not the molecule that emits the frequency.