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March-April 2014 (Vol. 10, No. 2)

BREAKING NEWS: CELL STEM BREAKTHROUGHSCIENTISTS DISCOVER WAY TO "GROW YOUR OWN"

One of the most ethically sensitive issues in American society, save abortion, has been the issue of stem cells and, in particular, the harvesting of them from human embryos, a process which results in the embryo’s destruction.

Now, however, scientists believe that they have discovered a “game-changer” in stem cell research: a way for humans to reproduce their own, bypassing the ethical problems associated with their harvesting in the past.

As reported recently by Reuters:

In experiments that could open a new era in stem cell biology, scientists have found a simple way to reprogram mature animal cells back into an embryonic-like state that allows them to generate many types of tissue.

The research, described as game-changing by experts in the field, suggests human cells could in future be reprogrammed by the same technique, offering a simpler way to replace damaged cells or grow new organs for sick and injured people.

This Could Be the Game-changer

The chairman of regenerative medicine bioprocessing at University College London, Chris Mason, who was not involved in any of the research, said that the approach, using mice, was “the most simple, lowest-cost and quickest method” to generate what are called pluripotent cells, or those which are able to develop into a number of different cells, from mature ones.

“If it works in man, this could be the game-changer that ultimately makes a wide range of cell therapies available using the patient’s own cells as starting material—the age of personalized medicine would have finally arrived,” he told the newswire service.

The results of the research, which were reported in a pair of papers published in the journal Nature, involved scientists from the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Japan, as well as Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the US.

Scientists took skin and blood cells and allowed them to multiply before subjecting them to stress “almost to the point of death” by exposing them to various factors, the team explained. These factors included low oxygen, trauma and acidic environments. One “stressful” event was bathing cells in a weak acidic solution for around a half-hour.

Within a few days, researchers discovered that the cells not only lived but recovered naturally by changing into a state resembling that of an embryonic cell:

These stem cells—dubbed Stimulus-Triggered Acquisition of Pluripotency, or STAP, cells by the researchers—were then able to differentiate and mature into different types of cells and tissue, depending on the environments they were put in.

“If we can work out the mechanisms by which differentiation states are maintained and lost, it could open up a wide range of possibilities for new research and applications using living cells,” said Haruko Obokata, who led the work at RIKEN.

What makes stem cells so important is that they are the body’s so-called master cells; they are able to differentiate into all other types of cells. Researchers say that helping to regenerate tissue and maybe even grow new organs might lead to additional health benefits, such as fighting diseases for which only limited treatment options currently exist.

Source: Natural News. Read more here.

FEATURED IN THE MARCH-APRIL 2014 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY

1. Bestselling Author Sol Luckman on Speaking of Health Radio (Interview Transcript), by Sol Luckman

2.Fascinating New Study Shows How Emotions Are Mapped on the Human Body,” by Michael Forrester

3.Solfeggio Frequencies Set Body into Full Harmony,” by Karol Jankowiak

4.Seven Tactics to Trick the World into Higher Consciousness,” by Gary Z McGee


Featured Video … The News

1. Bestselling Author Sol Luckman on Speaking of Health Radio (Interview Transcript)

Sol Luckman


NOTE: The following interview, which took place on Speaking of Health Radio on February 7, 2014, has been edited for length and clarity. Enjoy—and to your potential!

Dr. Michael Kudlas: Welcome to another Speaking of Health. This is Dr. Michael Kudlas, Kalamazoo chiropractor in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Speaking of Health is a healthcare show dedicated to all things health. We’re not talking about disease here; we’re not talking about a pill for every ill or a drug for every bug. That socialization nonsense is put out all over the place on TV shows, radio shows and drug commercials. We’re talking about how to optimize yourself to become the perfect human being that you were meant to become—to become the blessing that you were designed to be when you were born. How do we optimize our health? We talk about rest, exercise, good nutrition, positive mental attitude and spinal integrity through chiropractic care, but we also recognize we are a multidimensional humans with physical, emotional, mental, unconscious, subconscious and spiritual aspects. All those levels of health go into our soul’s mission on this planet. In keeping with that, I want you to remember that the opportunity to improve our health comes in many different ways. We have with us today a really fascinating guy. His name is Sol Luckman. He’s a prolific visual artist and a critically acclaimed author of both fiction and nonfiction books, including the international bestselling Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method and its empowering sequel, Potentiate Your DNA: A Practical Guide to Healing & Transformation with the Regenetics Method. We’ve been told that genetics controls our life and our genes dictate what we’re doing and that, based on your gene profile, you may want to cut off both your breasts to prevent getting cancer. This kind of nonsense, while it’s good for medical business, is basically hogwash. Then we have Bruce Lipton who has come out with material that shows we have epigenetic capacities. We’re above our genetics. We have the opportunity to control our genetics. And then we have Sol Luckman who comes out with the idea of meta-genetics: that you can actually change your gene profile and turn on a healing mechanism within your body. This is what I find so fascinating. Your body has the ability to heal its DNA. Sol Luckman has developed a technique that allows you to do that. With that, I’d like to welcome Sol to our show. Are you there, Sol?

Sol Luckman:
I’m here. Thank you for welcoming me so warmly.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Let’s just jump into this idea that our bodies are actually made with the ability to heal our own DNA. How did you come about this idea and make this discovery?

Sol Luckman:
You know, I came to this idea out of desperation. I had been very sick for years. I received Hepatitis and Yellow Fever vaccines before traveling to South America in the mid-90s; and within a year I was in the grips of a very mysterious, serious autoimmune condition that involved devastating food allergies and chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue, and other degenerative processes in my body. I tried supplements left and right. I tried all kinds of energy medicine, ionic footbaths. I occasionally tried chiropractic and I can say that it did help me some. I was eventually led to qigong and Eastern energy medicine and acupuncture. I got the most relief from energy work in the form of allergy elimination technique (NAET) and BioSET. It was these purely energetic modalities that made me realize there’s something tangible and powerful about pure energy that went beyond the chemical substances I was putting in my body in the form of supplements and beyond any of the mind-body techniques I was utilizing having to do with affirmations or using a positive outlook. Energy was something that seemed to encompass these other areas. Dr. Larry Dossey famously discussed Eras I, II and III in medicine. Era I being mechanical, physical medicine. Era II being mind-body medicine. And Era III being nonlocal medicine, which is essentially energetic. Thus began my desperate search to reverse what was happening with me that led into a lot of shamanic practices and studies and reading alternative texts like Jeremy Narby’s The Cosmic Serpent: DNA & the Origins of Knowledge and other books on DNA and DNA activation. I had a real crash course in genetics and genetic theories. With my partner Leigh, I eventually traveled to South America while I was still very ill and had a series of what I can only describe as mystical experiences. I discuss some of these experiences in Potentiate Your DNA that led to what I often refer to as “downloads” of healing codes, in the language of Leonard Horowitz. Healing codes that I was taught by what I think of as my Higher Self, some aspect of my greater being. I was taught how to intone these codes through a combination of sounds and thought processes centered on language. We could discuss the relationship between language, DNA and healing. It was this series of codes that became Potentiation, or Potentiation Electromagnetic Repatterning. That’s the first DNA activation in the Regenetics Method. There are four DNA activations that follow a certain sequence. Doing Potentiation on myself reversed my illness and took me back in the direction of health and stability in a miraculous way.


Dr. Michael Kudlas:
You pointed out the connection between words and DNA in the Potentiation model. Could you give us a little bit of information on that? I don’t think people quite understand the power of sound and its effect on DNA.

Sol Luckman:
I’d be happy to. Anyone with any background in biblical studies is familiar with the notion that in the beginning was the Word. The fascinating thing about this statement is that it is not an entirely original statement. We find versions of it in mythologies and cosmologies all over the world. The ancient Egyptians believed that the first people were brought into existence through sound. We see similar statements in Mayan mythology. The same basic idea that sound is actually creative of genetic structures is found all over the world.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
That’s interesting. When you see this in one religion, it’s one thing; but seeing it in myths and religions all over the world tends to give credence to it. It seems to be a true human fact regardless of whether some scientist found it in a test tube. Keep going.

Sol Luckman:
From there, leap into the world of shamanism. Regardless of what you think about shamanism or what you think you know about shamanism, it has been studied rigorously by scientists and anthropologists and it does appear that many shamans in the Amazon, for example, can heal people using sound and other techniques. Jeremy Narby, the French anthropologist who wrote The Cosmic Serpent, studied this intensively and realized that when shamans went into various trances using ayahuasca and other substances, they were beholding in their visions the spirit of Ayahuasca, which was identical to the helix of DNA! They were actually being instructed by it—as if they were tapping into some kind of human archetype or nature spirit or perhaps God—depending on how you want to look at—which showed how to use sound and thought to energetically change people’s DNA and heal them. This completely blew my mind. Sometimes during times of great stress and struggle we become more receptive to extreme ideas. I was in a bit of an “altered state” because I was desperate to be healed. But I tried on these ideas, and then I took some other steps in my research as I realized there were other people doing remarkable experiments with sound. You have Hans Jenny, who developed the science of cymatics, the study of the effects of sound on molecular form.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Oh, that’s some fascinating stuff.

Sol Luckman:
What is DNA if not a molecule? If sound can impact molecular form, on a purely physical level it seemed plausible that sound could impact DNA. There was also an emerging field coming out about that time, in the early 2000s, called DNA music. You had people like the composer Susan Alexjander working with David Deamer, a biologist, to make music—symphonies, musical compositions—based on the sound, the infrared frequencies coming from DNA translated into musical notes.

Dr. Michale Kudlas:
Sol, give us a little more information on this concept of sound affecting the molecules in our body. I watched a cymatics tape a couple of times where they played certain frequencies. The way they played them, depending on the sound they made, ended up forming certain shapes, always the same thing. In many cases they were forming the shapes of the old Sanskrit letters. Give us an idea of how sound affects the molecular operations of, well, all of physical nature.

Sol Luckman:
You just reminded me of Dr. Emoto’s research in water and using language in the form of prayer, affirmations or blessings to change the shape of water molecules. There’s a wonderful series of images of the sounds of the Solfeggio scale notes—I’m talking about the 6-note scale discovered by Dr. Joseph Puleo and Dr. Leonard Horowitz and made popular in the book Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse. These are the notes used in the Regenetics Method. You can see what they do to water in a series of images that can be searched online. How beautifully structured and perfectly geometric these molecular configurations are compared to what happens when water is exposed to, say, heavy metal rock where you end up looking at something that you don’t know what you’re looking at! There is no rhyme or reason to these shapes when they’re created by jarring music.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Yes, the crystal nature of those things is just radically different in the water. I have my water sitting on a couple of Emoto’s cards now so that over a 24-hour period the positive aspects of the water crystals are regenerated into the very water I drink. Now, when you talk about the Solfeggio scale, what is that exactly?

Sol Luckman
: I was wondering if I might come back around to that. I wanted to talk a little bit more about language, sound and molecular structure.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Oh, sure.

Sol Luckman:
The Solfeggio is important, but it’s not the most important aspect of what we do. The most important aspect is the linguistic, language-based aspect of the Regenetics Method.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Tell us more about that.

Sol Luckman:
For now let’s move on from Emoto—who is basing his work, let’s be clear, not just on thought, but on language. He’s using human language—any language will do—to affect the physical world. This has been absolutely proven. Language changes the shape of water molecules. There’s another indication of the enormous power of human language. The ancients told us that somehow language was involved in creating us and the physical world. “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light.” He said it. He didn’t think it. He didn’t intend it. He didn’t wish it. He said it.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Yep.

Sol Luckman:
So we have Emoto looking at the effect of language and sound on water molecules. Now, fast forward to the work of Dr. Peter Gariaev, an amazing Russian scientist who developed something called wave-genetics, which is a fascinating form of sound healing that uses complex algorithms to translate the alkaline molecular sequences of DNA into sound and light frequencies.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Ah.

Sol Luckman:
So it’s a language-based translation. He takes the sequences of DNA and transforms them into linguistically based sound and light frequencies.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Wow.

Sol Luckman:
Then he uses these energies that go through a computer system to beam them to a recipient for healing. He could take frequencies from a healthy liver, for example, and translate these into linguistic sound and light frequencies, beam them at someone else and heal their liver. He has done this with rats that were given a poison to destroy their pancreas. Beaming healthy linguistic frequencies at these rats caused the pancreas to regenerate. It even goes beyond this and gets a little more sci-fi. I published several of Dr. Garaiev’s articles in my free ezine, DNA Monthly, which is now in its tenth year. He was able to take the frequencies from a salamander embryo and beam them into frog eggs. What came out of those eggs were healthy little salamanders, not frogs. This is where we travel all the way back to the biblical story of creation and how language in a profound sense is creative of life.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Wow, that’s fascinating. Absolutely fascinating. It sounds to me like that’s where healing should be. Not necessarily in this Era I, drugs-and-chemicals idea.

Sol Luckman:
Well, certainly the contemporary theory and practice of genetics is Era I. It’s cut and splice. It’s basically surgery at the microscopic level. It’s highly materialistic and that is what I think of as genetics. That corresponds to Era I medicine in Dossey’s view. Era II moves on to epigenetics, which corresponds to mind-body medicine. Epigenetics is basically the idea that our thoughts can impact, positively or negatively, our genetic expression. This is the realm of Bruce Lipton, a huge hero of mine. He has been able in numerous books and talks and articles to show how this functions, how we have a remarkable degree of control over our own genetic expression. It’s not that we are born with a tendency to develop a certain type of cancer and that’s all she wrote, hang on for the ride, you’re going to be getting chemo someday. It’s not that at all. It is that we actually, through our thoughts, have the ability to determine whether those potential cancer genes, if you will, ever manifest. To simplify a little, people who are more positive, upbeat and self-empowered tend to not have those genes go into their full cancerous expression. That’s Era II and epigenetics, the mind-body connection. What we’re talking about in this discussion is something that respects Era II very much but goes beyond it, into what Dossey calls Era III, or nonlocal, medicine. You referred to it in the show notes as “mega-genetics.” It is what goes beyond genetics or gives rise to genetics. If I’m not monologuing too much, I would love to talk a little bit about Dewey Larson’s connection to this work.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
No, go ahead.

Sol Luckman:
Enter Dewey Larson, a brilliant scientist and engineer who wrote a series of books starting in the late 1950s. Beyond Space and Time is one of his books. Larson theorized that we live in a mirroring universe. He developed essentially what was a unified theory that posited two mirror realities that were constantly interfacing with one another. In Larsonian physics we inhabit space-time. There is a parallel reality he called time-space. It is the inverse of our reality. Time-space is another, coordinate reality. Just like we have dimensions here, there would be dimensions in time-space. In this model our energy body is an actual, living body. It is a person in a sense, our twin, living in time-space. For someone living in time-space, we are the energy body of that person. So there are actual human blueprints for our form that we’re interfacing with all the time in a phase shift, if you will. If you shift the angular momentum of our reality ninety degrees, you pop over into time-space, basically. You go there when you dream. This idea of a blueprint for our genetic structure existing in time-space has been very important in my own work, because we can access time-space through various techniques to shift elements of the blueprint. I believe—though he would not put it in these terms—this is what Peter Gariaev, a biophysicist, is doing when using sound and light linguistic energies to impact DNA. I believe he’s accessing time-space, changing genetics; then that change flows back into space-time and either heals or transforms the organism.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
I hope if you’ve been following this conversation, you can appreciate what Sol Luckman is talking about here. The stuff he’s explaining is in his second book, Potentiate Your DNA, where he shows you how to do this for yourself. This is teachable material. This is material that every child should be exposed to to help them promote who they are. We’re not talking about self-esteem here. We’re talking about self-optimization, becoming the very best soul you can be on the planet. And there’s a way to do that, a mechanical way that has spiritual underpinnings and the science of physics behind it to alter reality. But we’re talking about the new physics, not the old physics. This is quantum mechanics, quantum physics, moving into the nonlocal way the universe works. A whole different set of rules, a whole different set of opportunities for us to manifest our health. Wouldn’t you agree, Sol?

Sol Luckman:
I definitely agree. That has been my experience. I’ve had the privilege and blessing to work with a lot of clients and have a lot of readers do their own Potentiation and the feedback has been incredible. Go to www.PhoenixRegenetics.org and read the Testimonials. They just go for pages and they’re quite extraordinary.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
It’s truly amazing. I’ve had Potentiation and the second activation, Articulation, and I’ve become a Potentiator Facilitator to help people help themselves. You have stuff laid out so beautifully, so elegantly that it’s really quite simple. Or it’s as simple as it can be—let me put it that way. My wife, Janet, performed her own Potentiation. I had you do it for me. So we each had a different experience in the sense of how it was accomplished. We both had fascinating results. Give us some more on this Potentiation business now. How does this work?


Sol Luckman: Well, we’re using language, right?

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Yes.

Sol Luckman:
We’re using sound and light. One of the realizations I made while doing the research into the Regenetics Method and beginning to develop and introduce it was that a lot of energetic modalities—which would be Era II modalities in my nomenclature—are mostly light-based. They employ light to effect healing. I realized from my own experience and observation that that can help, and in some cases it can absolutely take care of the problem. But sound goes deeper.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Yeah.

Sol Luckman:
There’s a common misconception that you even get with people you would think would be very familiar with this territory that what Gariaev is doing with wave-genetics is just translating everything into a laser beam and zapping some creature and healing it with light. David Wilcock says this verbatim in his materials. But that’s not true. If you read Garaiev’s work, he’s using light to assess the frequency patterns of the diseased and healthy organs. Then he’s translating that into sound and using sound as the healing energy.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
So in effect light is just a carrier mechanism.

Sol Luckman:
Light is a diagnostic carrier wave.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Yeah, okay.

Sol Luckman:
And sound is what powers it up.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Okay.

Sol Luckman:
What we have going on these days is a renaissance of sound healing. If you google “sound healing,” you will get millions of pages. There are lots of good articles that have been written on sound healing. We’ve published a number of them in DNA Monthly which you can read in the Archives. Moving forward, I realized that light itself wasn’t going deep enough to cure what was a very difficult situation in my own physiology. So I began experimenting with the notion that sound needed to be included. Eventually, I realized that I needed to employ both sound and light, which is consistent with what Gariaev is doing. At least on a philosophical level. I’m not using machines. This is all human-based. This is human technology. Not technology technology.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Right.

Sol Luckman:
Using sound and light together became a very powerful modality for activating DNA and prompting the activated DNA to address physical, emotional, mental and even spiritual situations. It was quite an unfoldment. A parallel realization that occurred during these various epiphanies was that we’re not talking about just any kind of sound. We’re talking about a) language-based sound and b) specifically vowels. I came to think of the five vowels—a, e, i, o and u in English—as a kind of distillation of the many vowels you find in other languages. For example, in Hebrew there are many more vowels, little tiny nuances of vowels. Everything seemed to have been distilled in the modern languages of the West—in the Romance languages, for example, and in English—into five core vowels that, kinesiologically and energetically, appear to correspond to, get this, the [nucleotide bases] of DNA and RNA (of which there are also five). This was a huge realization, and an empowering one, that allowed me to move forward with the idea that we could use the vowel sounds to “play” DNA at an energetic level, to stimulate it as if we were playing a piano, using vowels sounds that correspond to the makeup of DNA itself. And lo and behold, what came out of this was an extremely powerful modality where, in the case of Potentiation, one 30-minute session does something that I’m not aware of any other modality on the planet doing. Maybe there are other modalities like this, but I’m not aware of them. In the case of Potentiation, one 30-minute session initiates a 42-week process that goes through your energy fields—otherwise known as the chakras or auric fields in esoteric literature—in a specific sequence and works on different organ systems, emotions, areas of toxicity in the body … all in a systematic fashion powered up by this one initial session. The process lasts for an entire gestation cycle, 42 weeks, just over nine months. Are you aware of any other energetic modality that initiates this type of lengthy transformation?

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
No, not at all, and it does it in a very systematic manner, doesn’t it? I mean, it’s not random.

Sol Luckman:
No, it’s not. We discovered that the energy body, the time-space template, our twin template, is structured in layers or concentric circles, depending on whether you conceptualize it relative to the chakras or the auric fields. The chakras are stacked up and down through the spinal column and up into the head. The energy moves through these layers. Each layer is connected to an organ system or organ systems, a set of emotions, a set of microorganisms, toxins, etc. These systems within a given energy layer form what we call an ecosystem where they’re all interrelated. This is why for many people lungs and heavy metal toxicity from mercury and dental amalgams create lung and skin problems simultaneously—because all of those elements belong in the same ecosystem. Hopefully, I haven’t lost listeners at this point. I realize this is a little technical. It’s all explained in Potentiate Your DNA, including charts of how these ecosystems line up and what’s in each ecosystem.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Well, this is really fascinating. Some of it correlates to the ancient traditional Chinese method of looking at things, and some of it doesn’t. There are other connections, so that if there are other healing practitioners out there, they would understand the connections involving their healing practice. But Regenetics seems to be overarching, encompassing. This is the way our system works, and these different healing traditions come underneath. This seems to be a grand scale of the way the body works, the way the body is from an energy perspective, not necessarily a chemical one. We’re talking about a highly advanced form of healing involving sound, consciousness and the connection between physical reality as we understand it, which we can experience with the senses, and the higher levels, the subtle energy bodies, the light and sound bodies that make up the more subtle realities of who we are. Sol, give us some more information on this. Where do you want to take this next?

Sol Luckman:
Earlier we kind of got off the subject of the Solfeggio scale. You were mentioning something during the break about Hildegard of Bingen that I thought was a fascinating story about what may have been the Solfeggio scale.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
At that time she was an abbess, which meant she ran an abbey. They did not have a priest where she was, so she was in charge. She was extraordinarily gifted. Her books on healing and herbology still survive. She also wrote music. When a teenager in her parish committed suicide, she buried him in the cemetery. Well, that was sacrilege because committing suicide took one away from the opportunity, according to the Church, to go to heaven, so he couldn’t be buried in sacred ground. The Roman Church ordered her to dig him up and put him in the woods and she refused, saying that every soul is sacred and can be buried on sacred soil. Of course, defying the Church was a problem and they punished her by forbidding her singing. At that time the Solfeggio scale was used in most of the Gregorian chants. With the Solfeggio tones one had the opportunity for a spiritual experience just by singing the notes. That would have been quite a punishment to her. I have a healing massage technique where we use the Solfeggio tuning forks. It’s a very powerful way of healing. But these tones and about 160 Gregorian chants were mysteriously misplaced or taken away during medieval times, only to be recently rediscovered as explained by Horowitz in Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse. Your work uses these forks, which are indeed special.


Sol Luckman:
They are the forks of the ancient 6-note Solfeggio scale which Horowitz theorizes to be the creational scale. I just published an article on my blog entitled Solfeggio Frequencies Set Body into Full Harmony by someone else who is working with the Solfeggio. It’s a very nice article that lays out the basic premises from Horowitz’s and Puleo’s work as to what the Solfeggio notes represent. They basically progress from the low note at 396 Hz all the way up to 852 Hz through what is described by Horowitz as liberating guilt and fear, undoing situations and facilitating change, transformation and miracles including DNA repair, connecting and relationships, expression and solutions, and finally returning to spiritual order. These notes are facilitators for expanding consciousness of our greater reality as human beings.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Connecting us to the heavens.

Sol Luckman:
Yes, or uniting earth and heaven. The alchemists would have said, “As above, so below.” As without, so within. These notes are powerful tools which Leigh and I combine with vowel sequences, where we double intone vowel sequences using sound combined with a thought—that’s sound and light—to activate DNA and facilitate healing and transformation.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
And this is what turns on the natural healing method that allows DNA to repair itself. Correct?

Sol Luckman:
Yes, we think of Potentiation in particular as an “ener-genetic reset.”

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
That is so cool.

Sol Luckman:
It basically helps the system reset itself so that it can begin undoing or unwinding its own trauma and toxicities that are stored not only genetically and molecularly in the body, but also in the energy blueprint itself. Correcting the blueprint is a starting point; then the blueprint begins to correct issues in the physical world. The concept here is that in some profound sense the blueprint is a function of consciousness that underlies the physical reality of the body.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
This gives a whole new meaning to the statement that we “are made in His image.” If that’s true, then all of these things you’re saying are true. I’m sure He doesn’t need to get a flu shot every year, and if we have the opportunity to do the things that you teach us to do in Potentiate Your DNA, the same would apply to us. Now, we’ve got about one minute and a half. I can’t believe how fast this hour has flown. It has just really zipped by. Is there anything else you’d like to say in closing?

Sol Luckman: Yes, I would love to let listeners know that I’m in the process of releasing a novel called Snooze: A Story of Awakening, which is about a boy named Max, whose nickname is “Snooze,” who begins to learn to access time-space and harness his power by utilizing the blueprint and the energy field. It’s a sci-fi novel that deals directly with many of the subjects we’ve discussed today that I’m going to be offering at least for a limited time free online as a download. It will also be available as a paperback.

Dr. Michael Kudlas:
Great! Sol Luckman, I want to thank you for being on our show!

Copyright © 2014 Sol Luckman. All Rights Reserved.

[DISCLAIMER: The Developers and all certified Facilitators of the Regenetics Method offer DNA activation as educators and ordained ministers, not medical doctors, and do not purport to diagnose, prevent or treat illness of any kind. Regenetics Method information and sessions are offered, and accepted, as exercises of freedom of speech and religion. The Developers and Facilitators of the Regenetics Method make no recommendations, claims, promises or guarantees relative to specific health challenges. You are solely responsible for your own medical treatment and care.]

[Sol Luckman is a prolific visual artist and critically acclaimed author of fiction and nonfiction. His numerous books include the international bestselling Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method and its empowering sequel, Potentiate Your DNA: A Practical Guide to Healing & Transformation with the Regenetics Method. For information on the “revolutionary healing science” (Nexus) of the Regenetics Method, check out www.PhoenixRegenetics.org. Sol’s latest novel, Snooze: A Story of Awakening, set for release in 2014, is the riveting, coming-of-age tale of one extraordinary boy’s awakening to the world-changing reality of his dreams. Learn more about Sol’s art and writing at www.CrowRising.com.]


2. Fascinating New Study Shows How Emotions Are Mapped on the Human Body

Michael Forrester

Emotions coordinate our behavior and physiological states during survival-salient events and pleasurable interactions. Even though we are often consciously aware of our current emotional state, such as anger or happiness, the mechanisms giving rise to these subjective sensations have remained unresolved. Brilliant research by Finnish scientists has mapped the areas of our body that experience an increase or decrease in sensory activity when we experience a particular emotion.

Depending on whether we are happy, sad or angry, we have physiological sensations that are located in different areas of the body. We overlook this reality from one day to the next (the famous “lump in the breast” generated by anxiety, the feeling of warmth that pervades our face and cheeks when we feel shame, etc.) and do not consciously realize the location of these body areas activated by our emotions and how they vary considerably depending on the nature of the emotion.

Researchers around the world are slowly integrating research on how our energetic and emotional states cause health and/or disease. How we connect emotionally to our overall wellness and wellbeing may indeed be more relevant than any supplement, food, exercise, medical intervention or health treatment.

Finnish scientists have for the first time mapped areas of the body activated according to each emotion (happiness, sadness, anger, etc). This map was compiled following a study of 700 Finnish, Swedish and Taiwanese volunteers.

The researchers used a topographical self-report tool to reveal that different emotional states are associated with topographically distinct and culturally universal bodily sensations; these sensations could underlie conscious emotional experiences. Monitoring the topography of emotion-triggered bodily sensations brings forth a unique tool for emotion research and could even provide a biomarker for emotional disorders.


Participants were first asked to watch video sequences associated with different emotions and identify parts of their body where they felt an increase or decrease of bodily sensations.

Emotions are often felt in the body. Somatosensory feedback has been proposed to trigger conscious emotional experiences. The resulting map shows that each type of emotion activates a network of specific areas of the body, distinct from those activated by other types of emotions.

Every type of emotion carries a specific, unique energy and a different vibrational frequency. All organs, tissues, membranes, glands and cells vibrate in precise frequencies in the human body and they are all influenced by our emotions.

Different emotions were consistently associated with statistically separable bodily sensation maps across experiments. These maps were concordant across West European and East Asian samples. Statistical classifiers distinguished emotion-specific activation maps accurately, confirming independence of topographies across emotions.

The body map shows that emotions such as anger are mainly active in the chest and the lower part of the face and arms, with particular intensity in the hands. Disgust activates the body areas which are mainly concentrated around the mouth and throat.

As for love, three areas are concerned: the face, chest and lower abdomen. Finally, happiness is probably the most significant emotion that solicits our entire body to respond. The study showed that happiness generates bodily sensations in all areas, especially in the face and chest.

The body map identifies areas in which test subjects experienced increased sensory activity when emotion was felt, but also lists the areas that were home to a decrease in sensory activity. Thus, we learn that the emotions associated with depression have the effect of generating a feeling of decline in sensory activity in the arms and legs.

The results obtained show a remarkable consistency, suggesting that the mechanisms underlying bodily sensations that we perceive when we experience a particular emotion are likely dictated by energetic patterns and biology rather than culture.

The researchers proposed that emotions represented in the somatosensory system are culturally universal categorical somatotopic maps. Perception of these emotion-triggered bodily changes may play a key role in generating consciously felt emotions.

This research was published December 31, 2013 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences under the title Bodily Maps of Emotions.

Copyright © 2014 Michael Forrester. All Rights Reserved.

[Michael Forrester is a spiritual counselor and is a practicing motivational speaker for corporations in Japan, Canada and the United States.]


3. Solfeggio Frequencies Set Body into Full Harmony

Karol Jankowiak

What Are the Solfeggio Frequencies?

Solfeggio frequencies make up the ancient 6-tone scale thought to have been used in sacred music, including the beautiful and well known Gregorian Chants. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart spiritual blessings when sung in harmony. Each Solfeggio tone is composed of a frequency required to balance your energy and keep your body, mind and spirit in perfect harmony.

The main six Solfeggio frequencies are:

396 Hz – Liberating Guilt & Fear

417 Hz – Undoing Situations & Facilitating Change

528 Hz – Transformation & Miracles (DNA Repair)

639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships

741 Hz – Expression/Solutions

852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order

Where Do These Tones Come from?

According to Professor Willi Apel, the origin of the ancient Solfeggio scale can be traced back to a Medieval hymn to John the Baptist. The hymn has this peculiarity that the first six lines of the music commenced respectively on the first six successive notes of the scale, and thus the first syllable of each line was sung to a note one degree higher than the first syllable of the line that preceded it. Because the music held mathematical resonance, the original frequencies were capable of spiritually inspiring mankind to be more “god-kind.”

The original Solfeggio scale was developed by a Benedictine monk, Guido d’Arezzo (c.991 AD–c.1050 AD). It was used by singers to learn chants and songs more easily. Today we know the Solfeggio scale as seven ascending notes assigned to the syllables Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti. The original scale was six ascending notes assigned to Ut-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La. The syllables for the scale were taken from a hymn to St. John the Baptist, Ut Queant Laxis, written by Paulus Diaconus.

In the mid-1970s, Dr. Joseph Puleo, a physician and America’s leading herbalist, found six electromagnetic sound frequencies that corresponded to the syllables from the hymn to St. John the Baptist.

How Were the Frequencies Discovered?

According to the documentation provided in Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse, Dr. Puleo was introduced, through a vision, to the Pythagorean method of numeral reduction. Using this method, he discovered the pattern of six repeating codes in the Book of Numbers, Chapter 7, verses 12 through 83.

The Pythagorean method is a simple reduction method, used to turn big numbers into single digits. The values of all digits in the number are added up. When after the first addition the number still contains more than one digit, the process is repeated.

Here’s an example: 456 can be reduced to 4 + 5 + 6 = 15, and subsequently reduced to 1 + 5 = 6. So the number 456 reduces eventually to the single digit 6.

Dr. Puleo found repetitions of a single issue or subject in the Book of Numbers. In Chapter 7, verse 12 he found a reference to the first day, the second day was mentioned in verse 18, the third day in verse 24, and so forth until the final reference in verse 78 speaks of the twelfth day.

The Pythagorean reduction of these verse numbers is:

Verse 12 = 1 + 2 = 3

Verse 18 = 1 + 8 = 9

Verse 24 = 2 + 4 = 6

Verse 30 = 3 + 0 = 3

Verse 36 = 3 + 6 = 9

Verse 42 = 4 + 2 = 6

… until verse 78.

Do you see the repetition of 396? This is the first frequency.

Dr. Puleo found the next frequency by looking at verse 13, which mentions an offering. Six verses down, in verse 19, the same offering or idea is repeated, six verses down at verse 25 there is another repeat, etc. Thus, by using the Pythagorean method of reduction, again he discovered a pattern. This pattern is 417. It is the second frequency. The rest of the frequencies were found using the same method.

Secret Meanings of the Ancient Syllables

As mentioned, the syllables used to denote the tones are: Ut, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La. They were taken from the first stanza of the hymn to St. John the Baptist:

Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris

Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum

Solve polluti Labii reatum

Sancte Iohannes


Literal translation from Latin: “In order that the slaves might resonate (resound) the miracles (wonders) of your creations with loosened (expanded) vocal chords. Wash the guilt from (our) polluted lip. Saint John.”

In other words … So people could live together in peace and communicate in harmony about miracles in their lives, and how God blessed them to produce this “magic,” people’s true unpolluted spiritual natures required revelation.


The above text seems to suggest that the Solfeggio notes open up a channel of communication with the Divine.

Each syllable was thoroughly studied by Dr. Puleo and other professional researchers.

Click here for detailed description of each tone.

Why the Modern World Forgot the Solfeggio

The Solfeggio frequencies were lost because throughout history different tuning applications have been used. Ancient tuning practices used a system of tuning known as Just Intonation. The method of Just Intonation featured pure intervals between every note that were mathematically related by ratios of small whole numbers leading to a much purer sound.

The tuning practice adopted for Western cultures from about the 16th century and used today is known as “12-Tone Equal Temperament.” According to Joachim Ernst-Berendt, the 12-Tone Equal Temperament mistunes all consonant intervals except the octave. Our modern scale can create situations such as “boxed-in” thinking, stuffed and suppressed emotions, and fear-based or lack consciousness, all of which then tend to manifest in physical symptoms called “dis-ease.”

Our modern musical scale is out of sync when compared with the original Solfeggio scale. If we want to bring harmony into our lives, we need to replace the dissonant Western scale with the web of subtle and clear intervallic relationships of the Solfeggio scale. Let the music become once again a tool to raise human nature and a method to connect us with Source.

Your Secret Key to the Universe

Nikola Tesla, the great genius and father of electromagnetic engineering, said, “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would hold a key to the universe.” The 3, 6, and 9 are the fundamental root vibrations of the Solfeggio frequencies.

Albert Einstein stated: “Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.” All matter beings vibrate at specific rates and everything has its own melody. The musical nature of nuclear matter from atoms to galaxies is now finally being recognized by science.

That is why these frequencies are so powerful. They can literally bring you back to the original tones of the heavenly spheres and put your body into a balanced resonance. Solfeggio music is the key to the Universe. You can either throw it away or you can use it to find healing and harmony, health and wellbeing.

Copyright © 2014 Karol Jankowiak. All Rights Reserved.

[Karol Jankowiak is an artist, technologist, independent sound researcher, and educated philosopher. He is the founder of AttunedVibrations.com where, along with his wife, he promotes healing sound frequencies and alternative musical tunings. Karol left his successful corporate career to dedicate his life to helping others in transforming their own lives and rediscovering their true potential as vibrational beings. Connect with him on Facebook.]

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4. Seven Tactics to Trick the World into Higher Consciousness

Gary "Z" McGee


In a culture where “thinking outside the box” is a common cliché that gets tossed around by people who simply do not think outside the box, we sometimes need ways to jump-start our world views, to stimulate our weltanschauungs, and to kick open our third eye. Here are seven tactics that just might give us the momentum we need to launch us out of our comfort zones and into a higher state of awareness.

1. Don’t Be Afraid of Fear


“Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious.” —Rumi

Don’t fear transformation, transform fear. Change is an absolute. Nothing ever stays the same. Suppressing or denying this absolute fact is a recipe for personal disaster. Only cowards suppress their fear. Only cowards deny change. Subsume cowardice by assuming a heroic posture toward life. Realize that fear is natural, except it for what it is, and then transform it into courage. This is emotional alchemy at its best. Nobody is perfect. We all have fears. Change for the better should never be a goal of perfect conception but advancement from misconception to ever more refined misconception.

The ability to transform fear is precisely the ability to stretch comfort zones, break mental paradigms, push envelopes, and think outside boxes. When we can do these things we discover the ability to launch ourselves into higher realms of consciousness.

2. Put the “Thorough” in Thoreau


“Disobedience, the rarest and most courageous of the virtues, is seldom distinguished from neglect, the laziest and commonest of the vices.” —George Bernard Shaw

This tactic comes down to a choice: liberty or slavery. As Henry David Thoreau wrote, “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.” Secession from civilization can be an art form when we live deliberately as an example for how others can deliberately live. Life is too short not to seize it. Life is too precious not to play with it, mold it, and make it our own.

All forms of human government will lead to self-interest, consumerism, immoderation, ill-discipline and a general lack of humility if there are not checks and balances in place to keep it transparent. The key to keeping the “spirit,” or pneuma, of democracy alive, and preventing those that uphold it from slipping into tyranny and power-mongering, is to set up internal checks and balances. Namely: strategic civil disobedience that leads to economic and ecologic equilibrium.

We the People, we the governed, are these checks and balances. It can be no other way. Civil disobedience is how the disenfranchised lobby congress. We need only have the courage to do so. As Howard Zinn wrote, “Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience.”

3. Count Coup on Thy Self, Count Coup on Thy Neighbor


“To be human is necessarily to be a vulnerable risk-taker; to be a courageous human is to be good at it.” —Jonathan Lear

“Counting coup” is a metaphor for a wake-up call, for shocking ourselves and our fellow man into wakefulness. It can be done either through the written word, street art, or a progressive lifestyle that is in-your-face sustainable. We’re counting coup on that which is unhealthy within us. When we count coup on inertia, sloth, narcissism and extremism, we do it so that vitality, courageous action and diversity can shine through; so that we can, like Thoreau said, “Live deliberately.”

Counting coup on ourselves begins with a cringe, followed by a howl, followed by the continuation of the human leitmotif. We will kick and we will scream, we will sojourn and we will dream, we will hunger and we will ache, we will vacillate and we will vindicate, but we will be alive, clawing our way ever closer to a more self-actualized state; a state where we even learn how to count coup on enlightenment itself.

Tonight, let’s creep up close to the gods talking in their sleep, count coup, and leave with their secrets in our satchel.

4. Artistic Détournement


“One of the unexpectedly important things that art can do for us is to teach us how to suffer more successfully.” —Alain de Botton

This is a strategy of artistic sabotage; a turnabout or derailment; a variation on a previous concept in which the newly created one has a meaning which is antagonistic or antithetical to the original, an artistic counter-weltanschauung dynamics, if you will. It is the meshing of art and anarchy.

This is the use of art and satiric jest to make a point, as opposed to using guns or violence. Here, we are free to be creatively mischievous and openly rail against the State, using art as a tool. A person using a gun is a symbol of failure. Guns are for the weak. Violence is for the immature. True courage isn’t blowing up a hostile tank, it’s counting coup on our enemy through art and high humor. True courage is standing on our feet with joy and love in our heart, holding a pen, or a camera, or a paintbrush, with a smile on our face while the tanks of madmen threaten to roll over us. Violence should only ever be a last-ditch-effort at self-preservation, never a first.

Like Gandhi said, “Nonviolence does not mean meek submission to the will of the evil-doer. It means the pitting of one’s whole soul against the will of the tyrant. Working under this law of our being, it is possible for a single individual to defy the whole might of an unjust empire to save his honor, his spirituality, his soul, and lay the foundation for that empire’s fall … or its regeneration.”

5. Psychosocial Troubleshooting

“By coaching our unconscious, we also discover a potentiality for countless transformations.” —Piero Ferrucci


Psychosocial troubleshooting is the surreptitious planting of seeds (memes), and a rewiring of outdated, parochial systems through strategic infiltration. Here, we learn how to become imperceptible. We regain a taste for anonymity by living simply so that others may simply live, while also maintaining stealth within our proactive approach to bringing progressive sustainability to otherwise unsustainable systems.

Similar to what happened in the trenches of the Occupy Movement, we give ourselves permission to disregard the laws of the corporate-consumerist State, while creating new rules through horizontal democracy. Psychosocial troubleshooting is our moral obligation to strike down the plutocracy that threatens our democracy.

6. Self-dialecticism


“Make no mistake about it—enlightenment is a destructive process. It has nothing to do with becoming better or being happier. Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It’s seeing through the facade of pretense. It’s the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.” —Adyashanti

This is a self-interrogation tactic wherein one has an argument with oneself so as to diagnose or simplify a philosophical or existential dilemma. This teaches humility in the most primordial sense. It’s a full-frontal assault on our own cognitive dissonance, a kind of cognitive dissonance counterintuitive. It gets down to the roots of the cognitive experience and shows exactly how precarious our cognition truly is.

When we see how layered and deep the menagerie of self is, we come to a very profound humility that launches us into a higher state of consciousness. We free ourselves to think in new ways by shedding our old ways like a snake sheds skin.

7. Zeitgeist Dynamics


“In this kind of ontology of immanence, what we are describing is not a creature who is transformed and who transforms the world in turn in some miraculous ways, but rather a creature who takes more of the world into himself and develops new forms of courage and endurance.” —Ernest Becker

This is the tactic of cultural renaissance; of caring for the soul of nature through the embodiment of our cultural depths. Zeitgeist Dynamics is the bestowal of our unique unrivaled soul-work unto our “tribe,” our community, and our world.  With this tactic we realize that in order to be healthy, our ecosystem as a whole must be diverse, fruitful, adaptable and ever changing. We are not looking for rewards, accolades, or fame. Rather, we are seeking personal fulfillment by invigorating the vitality of the “community.”

Within this dynamic we act as both defender and caregiver (warrior/attendant) of the world. We act with compassion and open-minded understanding rather than violence and blind faith. We are the preeminent catalyst; the impossible bridge; the primordial womb, creating tonality in an otherwise atonal world. We are devoted to living the riddle of human destiny heightened to a state of interrogated enlightenment. With this tactic we are all at once self and other; tribe and culture; human and animal; earth and cosmos. We are a force to be reckoned with, because we are a force of human nature first and individuals second.

Copyright © 2014 Gary Z McGee. All Rights Reserved.

[Z, a former Navy Intelligence Specialist turned philosopher, is the author of Birthday Suit of God and The Looking Glass Man. His works are inspired by the great philosophers of the ages and his wide awake view of the modern world.  His recent works can be seen at http://letter-z.hubpages.com, where this article was originally featured.]


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