Would you like to get into the world of quantum weirdness and spooky healing? Treating pain is a huge topic these days. We have a growing opioid crisis because conventional medicine often fails at diagnosing and treating pain. What if I told you there were alternatives that can work much better? And that they involve spooky entanglements?
In September, I attended a Master class for Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) practitioners in Portland, Oregon. We had a unique experience of evaluating a 24-year-old woman with unusual shoulder dystonia, Vagus nerve dysfunction, and muscular spasm from brachial plexus injury after a car accident. Master FSM practitioner, Carolyn McMakin, DC did an amazing job of restoring her function and alleviating her pain using variable specific frequencies in a short time. Seeing is believing!
I also had an opportunity to evaluate the patient with acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA), which is derived from German-based biological medicine and Eastern acupuncture. From my assessment, her problems were coming from whiplash-related dental TMJ/bite issues preventing her trigeminal nervous system from firing properly, and also affecting her allergy/immunology system. I did a simple dental bite adjustment using an impromptu sugar packet to correct her bite, and her tight biceps became more relaxed.
FSM therapy was developed by McMakin and Harry Van Gelder, DO, ND. She refined the technique by using specific frequencies for neuro-muscular-myofascial pain. For information on its historical roots, see Upton Sinclair’s essay on, “The House of Wonder,” and my article, Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) Therapy: The House of Wonder by a Quack. A chiropractor specializing in FSM, McMakin has successfully treated many difficult cases. Effectiveness of FSM has been documented in academic journals and at major hospitals, including the Cleveland Clinic. Today, FSM is classified as a TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) unit by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration).
FSM and AMA are two of the leading methods used in Energy Medicine for evaluation and treatment of complex multisystem failure patients, including those with intractable pain. How to explain them? In Energy Medicine, the field of quantum biology is leading theoretical biology to understand quantum mechanics at the sub-molecular biological level. As Johnjoe McFadden and Jim Al-Khalili write in the New York Times bestseller, Life on the Edge: The Coming Age of Quantum Biology, plants use chlorophyll as a quantum effect to capture the energy of the Sun, photons, for photosynthesis. Migrating birds use quantum effects to sense magnetic fields using built-in magnetoreceptors for their journey.
Einstein’s successors have focused their quest for a “theory of everything” on string theory — the idea that the fundamental constituents of matter are tiny stringlike objects vibrating at different frequencies. The more you investigate quantum biology, the more you get used to the idea, and to words like, quantum weirdness and quantum entanglement. For example, particles that were once close but are later separated as far as at the opposite sides of the universe are still connected. In effect, prodding one particle would prompt its distant partner to jump instantaneously. Einstein, who gave us the concept of black holes, warped space-time, and gravitational waves, refused to accept it. He derided it as “spooky action at a distance or spooky entanglement.”
Physicists now know that quantum particles can have instantaneous long-range links. Metaphysically, it means we, Mankind and others are connected throughout the universe by waves, particles and frequencies. In fact, we are waves, particles and frequencies. Coincidences, serendipity and accidents are not really coincidental or accidental. It is a part of the spooky entanglement called Life.
Learning about and using FSM and teaching AMA evaluation on this young woman in a funky hotel in Portland, Oregon was coincidental serendipity or quantum entanglement of spooky action at a distance. She had multiple physical traumas and very unusual physical symptoms, with injuries to both her Vagus (autonomic nervous system-ANS) and trigeminal (dental) nerves.
The cranial trigeminal and Vagus nerves are two separate nerves controlling different parts of the body, yet related like one Universe. They react spontaneously to the other side of the system in a way similar to what Einstein called spooky entanglement. You can read more in my articles, Leaky Gut, Leaky Brain: Mind/Body Connection for Irritable Bowel and Irritable Mind, and, Death Certificate for the Unknown Cause: AcciDental Blow up in Medicine. Surprisingly, dental is connected to the rest of the body, and fungus and parasites may entangle your brain.
If you are interested in hearing more about FSM, Carolyn McMakin, DC, is giving an absolutely fascinating lecture on frequency specific micro-current therapy, and presenting impossible cases at the Tenth International Medical Conference, Curing the Incurables: Fungus, Parasites and Dental Conundrum. Five biological dentists, Dr. Douglas Cook, Mark McClure, Nicholas Meyer, Michael Rehme and Stewart Moreland are presenting the dental conundrum. Additional speakers include Daniel Beilin, PhD, OMI, LAc.; Robert Cass, ND; W. Lee Cowden, MD, MD(H); Michael Gerber, MD, HMD; Antonio Jimenez, MD, ND, CNC; Paul Johnson, M. Divinity; Doug Kaufmann; Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD; John Parks Trowbridge, MD; and me. Dr. Garry Gordon is receiving a special honorary award for his lifetime contributions to chelation therapy and alternative medicine.
Welcome to Curing the Incurables: Fungus, Parasites and Dental Conundrum Conference. You may encounter spooky entanglements with opposite like-minded people from another universe. Stay tuned.