All organs of the body contain the same genetic information and for each group of cells, there is a function/action.
Vibrational medicine
YEAR 2017
DATE WFriday, March 03
TOPIC Vibrational Medicine
AUTHOR Dr. Carlos Orozco  (BSc, MSc, ND, MD, PhD, FPAMS)

Vibrational medicine is that one that acts at an energy level modifying the altered vibrational frequency in the individual in order to restore the balance (physical-mental-emotional).
All organs of the body contain the same genetic information and for each group of cells, there is a function/action. This means that the set of cells composing the organ has a particular vibration within a range; outside of which a disharmony is created in the vital functioning of the body and disease begins to show up or to appear.

Human beings, their organs, and cells, even though being the same in form and function, keep the established differences between genes, environment, diet, and karma. It is important to remember here, the importance of taking care of our thoughts which are energy with an emotional load and that can affect our bodies through the emitted vibrations, affecting the aura of the person and even make him/her sick.
The cells of the human body are a triduum of matter, consciousness, and energy, and have their own intelligence so that they know when we are feeding them wrong. In 1970, Dr. John Diamond discovered that the muscles are strengthened or weakened in the presence of positive or negative emotional stimuli through kinesiological tests that have a binary response of strength or weakness with which we can test whether a food is acceptable vibrationally for our body. In 1985, Dr. David R. Hawkins, PhD in Physiology, Director of the Institute for Advanced Theoretical Research in USA., designed a calibration instrument of “relative truth” using a calibration scale of relative truth of the people, stating that muscles are strengthened or weakened facing truth and untruth, being their answer binary and not dependent on the person. This method, called kinesiology, allows distinguishing the truth (Book: Power vs. Force, Ed. Hay House). While it is not practical to test each food kinesiological in patients to assess if it is vibrationally incompatible, when a patient refers specifically to a food intolerance it can be performed and it will be valuable.
In 1992, A. A. Garaiev and A. Pomponi published in Nature, “The DNA Phantom Effect”, showing the alignment of the photons of a light beam projected on DNA placed on a vacuum bed and the photons remained with the same form of DNA once removed from the chamber. It was demonstrated later how emotions affect the structure of DNA. Recently Luc Montagnier, Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2008 because of his contribution in establishing that HIV causes AIDS, has reported that DNA can send electromagnetic traces of itself to distant cells and fluids. He suggests that enzymes can confuse the spectral fingerprints of real DNA and faithfully copy them in order to reproduce them. Indeed, this would equate to a kind of quantum tele transportation quantum of DNA.
As it can be seen, quantum physicists, epigeneticists and science will not stop and continue to research reporting findings that surprise us more every day and which were previously considered as unthinkable or unattainable.
Again, quantum physics is giving us new tools to facilitate the care of our patients and applied to epigenetic, it allows the development of new paradigms. The keys are resonance and vibration, including the new preventive medicine. All of these require now the new reading systems of vibrational energy recorded in the hair follicle of human beings and now the S-Drive makes this happen


Newton did not understand how this worked and left the task of discovering it to future generations.
Quantum Physics
YEAR 2017
DATE Friday, March 03
TOPIC Quantum Physics
AUTHOR Dr. Carlos Orozco  (BSc, MSc, ND, MD, PhD, FPAMS)

Reviewing history and the evolution of physics, we find that from the very early years of 450 BC, Democritus developed the “Atomic Theory of the Universe” in which he described that matter consisted of particles which he called “atoms” meaning indivisible1. But it was not until the sixteenth century that Classical or Newtonian Physics was developed by Isaac Newton, considered the greatest scientist of all times.

He astonished the world with his great discoveries such as the Gravitational Law that unifies the macrocosm with the microcosm with the postulation of the theory called “gravity”. Newton did not understand how this worked and left the task of discovering it to future generations. Years later, Albert Einstein did it with the development of the Theory of Relativity2, the decomposition or spectrum of the light, passing a white light through a prism and getting the other 6 colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet) and the development of differential and integral calculus.
Newton said matter is made of impenetrable solid particles with defined and permanent dimension and that they combine in order to produce substances that make ordinary objects with fixed and independent attributes for the observer.
When Albert Einstein postulated the reasons of his famous Theory of Relativity in the early XX century, he laid the foundations for the importance of the relative position of the observer in terms of time and space, thus formulating the concept of what we now know as the fourth dimension called space-time. A matrix in which all objects are immersed in the cosmos that includes the micro and macrocosmos, postulating what has just been rediscovered in 2016: gravitational waves which are generated by the gravitational energy in the matrix of space-time. Gravitational energy is not a force! It is known as gravitational potential energy, which is the ability that bodies have to apply an influence which depends only of the configuration of masses surrounding it. This means, if a body is affected by a gravitational field, which we now refer to as an energy quantum field, that has the ability to move due to the force that the masses exerted on it.
Gravitational waves are vibrations in space-time, the material from which the universe is made of. In 1916, Albert Einstein recognized that, according to his General Theory of Relativity formulated in 1905, the most violent bodies of the cosmos bodies release part of its mass in the form of energy through these waves. The German physicist thought it would not be possible to detect them because they originate too far and they would be imperceptible when reaching the Earth. On February 11, 2016, the international press published that a group of researchers announced the detection of these waves for the first time.
How do gravitational waves behave? They are comparable to waves moving on the surface of a pond or sound in air. Gravitational waves distort space-time and, in theory, travel at the speed of light. Its passing can modify the distance between planets, albeit very slight. As Kip Thorne explained, one of the pioneers in the research of these waves, these effects have to be especially intense in the vicinity of the source, where “wild storms” are produced and which distort space, accelerating and decelerating time.