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DNA and Cell Reprogramming via Epigenetic Information Delivered by Magnetic Fields, Sound Vibrations and Coherent Water

Dr. Carlo Ventura, M.D., Ph.D., and Rollin McCraty, Ph.D.

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For decades scientists have used only chemical-based approaches to regulate human cell growth and to determine what kind of cell a stem cell becomes in the body.

Now fascinating new research is showing stem-cell programming may not be restricted to chemical signaling, that it’s possible it also can be achieved by extremely low frequency signals in electromagnetic fields similar to the fields produced by the human heart and Earth.

This hourlong online presentation will be given by Dr. Carlo Ventura, M.D., a professor and noted researcher at the University of Bologna in Italy. It will be hosted by HeartMath Institute Director of Research Dr. Rollin McCraty.

Dr. Ventura will discuss strategies for programming stem cells that are orchestrated by extremely subtle information delivered via quantum-field signaling. Some experts believe this area of research may lead to revolutionary strategies in regenerative medicine.

Webinar participants will learn about:

  • Development of a process akin to a “time machine” that is capable of reprogramming adult cells into other types of cells.
  • A finding that cells can produce acoustic/sound vibrations and the ability of cells to express vibrational signatures, which change depending on the task the cells are performing and which reflect the cells’ health.
  • The possibility that sounds emitted by organs contain information that regulates cellular functions at molecular, submolecular, and quantum levels.
  • Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier’s revolutionary experiment in which he purports that a virtually identical copy of a fragment of DNA in one test tube was “teleported” via electromagnetic signals to a second test tube containing pure water.
  • New research being conducted to determine if the results of Montagnier’s DNA teleport experiments can be recreated at the whole cell level in stem-cell cultures.