A French Composer and A Drum-playing Biologist Nun Walk Into A Science Lab
Once upon a time in the not so distant past, a French composer, sound healer, and alchemist, Fabien Maman, together with a drum-playing nun working as a biologist at the National Center for Research in Paris named Helene Grimal, set out on a quest to prove to the world that sound is one of the most profound tools human beings possess to transform their health and wellbeing.
These two unlikely heroes already understood – as did countless shaman healers, scientific genius-type outliers, and holy men and women before them – the magical transformative power contained in music, rhythm and the frequencies created by human toning. They also understood that it would not be easy to persuade lesser mortals that this wasn’t just another snake oil woo-woo placebo-effect kind of thing. This was the real deal. To convince others they would have to come up with hard evidence utilizing scientific methodology.
Experimenting with human toning
So the pair headed to the laboratory where for eighteen months they performed a series of experiments using low volume (30 to 40 decibel) tones produced by guitar, xylophone, drums, flutes, gongs – all acoustic instruments - and the human voice. Fabien and Helene were no wimps. They could have taken on the mild-mannered common cold. Instead they decided they would cut straight to the chase and tackle the most frightening, towering monster of modern health challenges – the big C.
They performed one set of experiments using uterine cancer cells on glass slides and in petri dishes. They played the Ionian scale – which consists of nine notes: C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C-D – using various instruments over and over into the cells while photographing them using a camera mounted on a microscope. Again and again they watched as the cells literally exploded after 14 to 20 minutes.
And when Fabien sung the same notes into the cells, they totally disintegrated within nine minutes.
Armed with this proof Fabien moved on to live humans actively engaged in fighting the cancer dragon. He taught two women diagnosed with breast cancer to use their voices to tone these same frequencies for three and a half hours every day for a month. At the end of the battle, one participant had totally vanquished her cancerous tumor. It had vanished without a trace. The other woman chose to go ahead with her scheduled surgery after completing Fabien’s experiment. To her surgeons’ bewildered amazement the tumor had greatly reduced in size and literally shriveled up. Happily, she too completely recovered.
Fabien and Helene proved that tumor cells exploded when faced with sustained unrelenting, vibrating, specific sound frequencies over a period of time.
Healing frequencies destabilize cancer cells
Why was this? They concluded that cancer cells are incapable of entraining with these particular frequencies so they become destabilized. And because these mutated structures have lost their ability to resonate with the healthy cells in the body they have no way of stabilizing themselves using the surrounding environment. This destabilization becomes more and more intensified until the cell literally shatters, totally disintegrates and disappears.
“The human voice carries something in its vibration that makes it more powerful than any musical instrument: consciousness. It appeared that the cancer cells were not able to support a progressive accumulation of vibratory frequencies and were destroyed.” Fabien Maman (1997), The Role of Music in the Twenty-first Century, Redondo Beach, CA.
Kudos to Fabien and Helene: pioneers in the quest for Truth, Justice and freedom from disease. The scientific world is finally catching up to what they knew: Frequency shapes this world and gives it form and determines whether we are healthy or diseased. The future of medicine lies in the understanding and utilization of this truth.
Meeting the health challenges facing modern man just might be as simple as raising your voice to make a joyful noise.