The baleen whales (or mysticetes) are the other group of cetaceans. This group includes 11 species ranging in length from the pygmy right whale at 21 feet (6.4 m) to the largest whale, the blue whale at 100 feet (30.5 m). Baleen whales have two blowholes and instead of teeth, have hundreds of rows of baleen plates, which are made of keratin, a substance in our hair and fingernails. The baleen strains out small fish and plankton from the water for food. Most baleen whales feed by taking a large mouthful of food and water, and then push the water out gaps between their baleen plates with their tongues. The food gets trapped on the inside fringed edge of the baleen. Most baleen whales eat krill (shrimp-like animals) or small fish. Right and bowhead whales are baleen whales that feed in a slightly different way called skimming. Water and food flows through a gap in the front of their mouth where the baleen is missing and the food gets trapped in the baleen fringe while the water flows out between the baleen plates. Even though baleen whales eat very small animals, which are low on the food chain, these whales are all very large and eat great quantities at once. For instance, the blue whale is the largest animal on earth, weighing up to 150 tons. Baby blue whales gain 10 pounds (4.5 kg) an hour! Because of the poisoning of the Pacific ocean due to Fukushima, whales are now endangered. In the global currency reset, we are going to be cleaning up Fukushima. The dolphins and whales exude love and harmony from which we can all learn. It is wonderful to know we have such fine companions on the planet. People have learned from cetaceans to reestablish natural births. Dr. Michel Odent reinvented waterbirth starting in France. Odent is concerned that the high percentage of C-sections and associated pitocin and other drugs used in birth are rapidly decreasing our ability to give birth naturally. Since the experiences and imprintings around gestation and birth profoundly affect the rest of one's life. Whatever we encounter at birth is accepted as "love" and we then strive to recreate this in our lives. It is therefore quite important that women and babies are afforded the best of care, especially around birth. To have a whole generation who are birthed and raised properly changes the planet.
The ministry’s new policy further noted: “Whereas cetaceans, in general, are highly intelligent and sensitive, and various scientists who have researched dolphin behaviour have suggested that the unusually high intelligence as compared to other animals, means that dolphins should be seen as ‘non-human persons’ and as such should have their own specific rights and it is morally unacceptable to keep them captive for entertainment purpose.”
Definition of Love and Harmony
The Beginning of Dolphin Assisted Therapy
Human High Frequency Saccule Perception
Through these mechanisms, ultrasound causes improved healing of bone fractures and non-unions and improves healing soft tissue injuries etc. Ultrasound can affect cell membranes, and chemistry and even alter gene expression. We know that electromagnetic fields at the proper frequencies resonate with specific biological structures. Royal Raymond Rife and his intellectual descendants have found frequencies that resonate with and destroy pathogens. To understand how this works, we must briefly explain nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). If one stimulates molecules, crystals or tissues with EM fields (usually in radio frequencies, “RF”) while holding them in strong, steady magnetic fields, one finds frequencies at which protons absorb the RF strongly and spin rapidly. The resonant frequencies differ for protons in water or in fatty tissue, for example. Protons absorb electromagnetic energy only at specific combinations of radio frequency and magnetic field – the point of nuclear magnetic resonance. For example, in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system, a person is placed in a strong magnetic field to "lock" the protons in place. Then a radio signal is scanned through many frequencies to find the NMR spectrum. Using computer processing, detailed images of the body, brain and other tissues are created that reflect differences in tissue chemistry. One can even detect specific elements, such as calcium.
As Rife and others found, some frequencies can disrupt cell structures. Above we see a Paramecium caudatum, a single celled animal, undergoing evisceration, electroporation, and disintegration when exposed to a 1150 Hz AC field from a Rife/Bare plasma device.37 What determines the effective frequency is the 0.5 Gauss magnetic field of the Earth. If we include the Earth’s magnetic field in our consideration, we find that the NMR frequencies are lower and that even a 1050 Hz signal is at the NMR frequency for key elements in the cell wall of the Paramecium. The above discussion shows that resonances occur which can disrupt cell membranes and the frequencies are well within a dolphin’s frequency range and as we shall see, dolphins can create electomagnetic fields that can cause effects identical to those seen above and in electromedicine in general. While the examples given have to do with resonances that kill cells, we also know from the work of Robert Beck, Robert O. Becker, Royal Raymond Rife, and Cyril Smith, et alia, there are many frequencies that heal and promote well being, and can even cause limb regeneration in mammals. There is a vast landscape to explore here.
Dr. Stephen Birch has demonstrated that free dolphins swimming with people generate a fundamental tone on average of about 26 Hz. This can cause a piezoelectric effect in our bodies which can cause a cascade of effects that lowers the frequency of the electroencephalogram and increases its power. This is consistent with his model and indicates an increase in the levels of endorphins. We would also suggest that compounds new to us may be released as well. We propose to call them EnDolphins as coined by Star Newland.
Imagine the fields a pod of 20 or more dolphins might create with all of them singing their songs with up to 5 unique sounds each, all of it blended into a harmonious and in phase symphony, with their electromagnetics combined with their acoustic fields, all changing dynamically with the pod’s underwater ballet. A milieu of such richness can easily duplicate and surely go far beyond current ultrasound therapy and electromedicine. The dolphins have yet to show us all they know. Their potential goes beyond what we have observed. Some of these are summarized in the figure below.
So we come to the end of the beginning of our tale. Dolphins can change us in many ways, through their love, joy, empathy, and touch, or produce sharply focused, precisely targeted, high-intensity sound and ultrasound capable of changing bones and joints, resonating specific structures, entraining brain waves and the heart. Through piezoelectricity, electromagnetic fields are generated that can affect tissues, neurons, behaviors like circadian rhythms and, ultimately, gene expression. These results correspond with known effects of ultrasound and electromedicine.
With increased experience, knowledge, better communication and communion with the dolphins, therapeutic results will improve and expand. We need a Dolphin-Human Habitat where we are free to explore all this together with free dolphins that choose to be with us Dolphin therapy is best approached by letting the clients become friends with the dolphins and to permit this, one should allow as much time as possible in the water with them over as many days as possible. There should be more study of the acoustic and electrical environment produced by the dolphins as part of the therapy and interaction. This will move us to an era of documented results and eventually to extensive interaction with M.D.’s (Medical Dolphins). Some of our progress is currently hampered by laws based on obsolete views of the Cetacea that still consider them lowly animals. This currently leads to whaling, destructive fishing practices, military operations that threaten the Cetacea and an overall lack of concern for their home, the waters of the Earth. In reality the Cetacea are members of a vast, ancient culture that have been and are always offering us their assistance. We have only to realize this, respect the Cetacea and rejoin our age-old partnership. It is we who must remember our connection with the waters of the planet and their loving inhabitants.
For the benefit of all of us, especially the children, let us go to the essence of the Cetacea, learn to communicate fluently, then the humans, dolphins and whales can move forward together as co-species, in mutual love and respect and joy, as we have done for eons before.
In Love and harmony...
Until next week, I am your host Karen Hudes.