Sharry Edwards
Category: Sound Research

Exploring the Potential to Provide a Novel, Mobile, Non-invasive Approach to the Pandemic Threat from Resistant and Mutating Pathogens via Low Frequency Sound Presentation


In an attempt to examine the incursion of resistant andmutating pathogens plaguing our world population, a pilot study was undertakento explore the possibility that low frequency sound presentation could be usedto influence pathogenic activity within the blood.

Preliminaryresults suggest that the use of infra-sound can be used to “decloak” the bubble-likebarrier used by invading pathogens to mask their presence within the body.  In addition, specific frequency sets seem tosupport the immune system in its attempts to identify and influence theactivity of the body's killer cells thereby causing a decrease in patientsymptoms.

Althougha controversial idea, it has been proposed that when an invading pathogeninfiltrates an organism, the pathogen seeks to conceal its identity in order toescape detection by the immune system. It is postulated that when proteindigestion is inefficient, invading pathogens can more easily capitalize on thesituation by using protein debris to cloak themselves and therefore avoid discovery.

During this small study(n=17) the presentation of ambient, low -frequency analog sound was shown tofacilitate the degradation of the three-dimensional protective barrier employedby pathogens.  Afilmed recording of the activity under the microscope showed the abatement ofthe attack on a T-cell after the protective barrier was degraded using lowfrequency analog sound presentation.  Thebehavior of the neutrophils (cells that support immune response) seemed to galvanizein a manner designed to defeat the invading pathogen.  The activity of the neutrophils was nil untilthe pathogen began to decloak; even though the separation between the two wasminute.  As the breach of the ringedbarrier was initiated, it seemed obvious that the neutrophils had not beenaware of the attack on the nearby T-cell. After the decloaking, the neutrophils continued to assemble around andupon the invading pathogen.

Sincethe use of computerized vocal sampling was successfully used to identifyresistant and mutating pathogens, and ambient sound presentation was successfullyused in an attempt to support the body’s immune system, this novel techniquehas the potential to provide nearly instant frequency-based identification of invadingand mutating pathogens and at the same timesupport the body in a non-invasive manner.  Digital vocal sampling would allow this technique to be accomplishedfrom a distance via a computer using a mobile system.

Usingthe data from this pilot study, it is anticipated that the information could beextrapolated to identify and eradicate bioterrorist-exploited pathogens such asanthrax, Avian flu, smallpox, salmonella, etc. but controlled studies wouldneed to be undertaken to validate both detection and eradication of suchdangerous and potentially lethal pathogens.            

KeyWords:resistant pathogens, mutating pathogens, evading pathogens, dark field bloodmicroscopy, Epstein Barr, Chlamydia pneumoniae, low frequency sound, infrasound, Vocal Profiling, Human BioAcoustics, BioAcoustic Biology, Avian Flu,pandemic, anthrax, smallpox, national security

Sharry Edwards, MEd, Director,Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, PO Box 267, Albany, Ohio  45710, USA,; TerrenceBugno, MD, FACR, Oncologist; CarolBurgeron, RN, Dark field microscopy instructor. 


Exploringthe Potential to Provide a Novel, Mobile,Non-invasive and Nearly Instantaneous Approach to the Pandemic Threat fromResistant and Mutating Pathogens via Low Frequency Sound Presentation

Throughout history mankind has been plagued by pathogenic organisms which havebeen held responsible for a myriad of ailments. Through the advent of modernbiochemical antibiotics, many of these diseases have been eradicated while manymore have been created or have mutated to take their place.
1  Our entire ecosystem has now become vulnerableto these resistant pathogens due to the fact that as these invaders move fromhost to host they mutate so that what worked against them today doesn't worktomorrow.2 Such pathogens as Epstein Barr andchronic fatigue have devastated the lives of many people while causing a rangeof reactions from asymptomatic to florid infections.  AIDS deaths in 2005 were estimated to be 2.8million.3   The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates thatvarious strains of influenza kill approximately 36,000 people and account forover 200,000 hospitalizations each year.4

Many pathogens have become resistant and this has causedextreme concern for those responsible for public health.  A 1998 study by a Tufts University MedicalSchool in Boston directed by Stuart Levy supported the notion that germs cangenetically mutate into tougher super-strains.5  Itwas reported in an Associated Press article that “Germs can genetically mutateinto tougher ‘super- strains’ if they are repeatedly exposed to, but not killedby, antibiotic drugs and antibacterial agents.”6  The article reported that public healthofficials have blamed the indiscriminate prescription of antibiotics by doctorsfor the spread of drug-resistant bacteria. Federal figures show that the top six bacteria found in hospitals areresistant to at least one drug.Researchersat Beth IsraelDeaconess MedicalCenter (Boston, MA) presenteda paper in September, 2000 at the Infectious Disease Society of America.  Dr. Eli Perencevich, lead author of the studystated, “With more commercial soaps containing anti-bacterials, bacteria maybecome resistant to these soaps and the speed with which the resistancedevelops is likely related to the amount used by the public”.7    The latest government policy seems tobe to warn against expected incursions but insist that they don't have theresources to keep up with the mutations. What precautions should be taken by individuals?  How can the public be protected? 

Forthe common person, these invaders have no face. Not in all cases does a personeven know in what way he/she may have become exposed, from our food and watersupplies to the atmosphere we share on an airplane. Causes can range fromunsanitary conditions and habits to ignorance and laziness. Sometimes there isn't any outward sign before a strikeoccurs.  From a defense against terrorismperspective, such incursions are likely.

Whatwe do know is that our planet and our bodies are constantly challenged by thepathogens that are causing a plethora of diseases and syndromes. Hulda Clarkstates that cancer, one of the most feared of diseases, is caused by thesepathogens.8 Heart disease and pulmonary embolismhave been connected to Chlamydia pneumoniae. Jeffrey Bland, Ph.D. in hispublication, Genetic Nutritioneering, co-authored with Sara Bernum, MA, Blandreported that the University of Utah School of Medicine, cardiology division,confirmed a strong correlation between heart disease and infection with Chlamydiapneumoniae.9Chronic fatigue shows a strong connection to EpsteinBarr. The list is long and growing.

To add to the problem, these pathogens have beenable to use the inefficiency of the body’s own processes to support invasion strategies.Many people believe, and this study supports, the premise that invadingpathogens have the ability to create a protective camouflage, using the body’sown biochemical debris, so that the immune system will be deceived intoaccepting the invader pathogen as part of normal form and function. 

The results of this pilot project showed that the presentation of low frequencyanalog sound, in specific frequency sets, have been able, under microscopicobservation, to dissolve the coating used by some pathogens to cloak andprotect themselves from detection by the body's defense mechanisms. Thetechnique was used successfully against Epstein Barr, a virus; Chlamydiapneumoniae, a bacteria; and Candida, a yeast.


In an attempt to verify the incursion of an invading pathogen and provide apossible self-evaluating solution, a pilot study was undertaken to explore thepossibility that low frequency sound presentation could be used to influencepathogenic activity within the blood.

During the small study (N=17), pathogens perceived to be Epstein Barr,Chlamydia pneumoniae and yeast were identified in blood samples. Ambient lowfrequency sound was then presented directly to the blood samples. In each casethe sound frequency had the ability to influence the body’s response to the invadingpathogen.

Subjects: Blood samples were drawn from persons who had been medically identifiedas having either Epstein Barr or the Chlamydia pneumoniae pathogens present;and from associates and family members of these subjects.  In addition two vocal samples of 44 secondduration were recorded.  In addition astandard lab test was done to confirm the presence or absence of bothpathogens. The high cost of these tests prevented the lab examination of bloodsamples from every associate subjects.  Self-reportsummaries were used to further establish the presence of symptoms of EpsteinBarr and Chlamydia pneumoniae.

Blood samples were prepared for viewing via a dark field-microscope. Specificpathogens were identified by dark-field expert, Carol Burgeron.  As a pathogen appeared on the video screen, ananalog, low frequency, ambient sound was presented to the pathogen. A video wasmade of the blood sample activity as the process progressed.

As the low frequency sound formula set was presented, the ringed barrier of thepathogen began to vibrate and break-away from the T-cell. Video samples at 2,5, and 8 minutes show that as the ringed barrier deteriorated, the nearbyneutrophils that, to this point, were inactive began to move to intercept thepathogen.

#1 – Two minutes after low frequency analog soundpresentation.  The ringed protein barrier(arrow) is noticeable as is the lack of neutrophils (white areas) within thesample.

#2 – Five minutes after low frequency analog soundpresentation.  Notice that the ringedprotein barrier has starting to dissipate and the sample is beginning tobrighten as the neutraphils invade the pathogen.  Note the increase in the white areaindicating an increase in neutrophils.

#3 – Eight minutesafter low frequency analog sound presentation. Notice the breaking away of the ringed protective barrier as the neutrophilsgalvanize on and around the T-cell.  Withinfifteen minutes, the pathogen was no longer discernible.  Note the increase in Neutrophil activity.

It was found during this study that eachpathogen required the use of a specific frequency to facilitate thebreaking-away of the cloaking barrier. This frequency was then determined to be the Frequency Equivalent(tm)
·of that particular pathogen.

A total of 31 vocal prints were evaluated. Of theseprints, 17 exhibited the Frequency Equivalents for Epstein Barr, Chlamydiapneumoniae or yeast.

Experimenters: Sharry Edwards, M.Ed., Director, Institute of BioAcoustic Biology; Carol Burgeron, RN, Dark fieldmicroscopy instructor; Terrence Bugno,MD, FACR, oncologist; Karen Almashy, Medical Assistant, Phlebotomist.  All experimenters were trained in a specificlow frequency analog presentation technique: Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling.


A filmed recording of the activity under the microscope showed that as the cloakingbubble of the pathogen was dissolved, the neutrophils were activated. Theactivity of the neutrophils was nil until the pathogen was decloaked eventhough the two were separated by minute distances. As the decloaking transpired,it seemed obvious that the neutrophils were not aware of the invader pathogenuntil the ringed protein debris barrier had begun to dissolve. After thedecloaking, the neutrophils immediately and completely consumed the pathogen.

In the beginning of the study, frequencies identified in Hulda Clark'spublication, Cure For All Disease, were used but it was found that mutationshad occurred making the frequencies published by Clark unusable for thepurposes of this particular study.  New,exacting Frequency Equivalents for each pathogen were determined by thefrequency format that was required to decloak the original pathogen.

Although this was only a pilot study, a review ofthe study shows promise regarding the eradication of resistant and invadingpathogens using low frequency analog sound presentation.

Below is a listing of the findings involving EpsteinBarr, Chlamydia pneumoniae and yeast.  Specificfrequencies are not listed here to prevent inappropriate use of thesefrequencies. Musical notes, which provide approximations, as identified by theeven tempered scale, have been substituted.

Specific Pathogen Findings: Epstein Barr, Chlamydiapneumoniae, Yeast

Epstein Barr

- Listed in Clark as being a frequency relating to the musical note of C#

- Was found to range from sharp C# to flat D

- When the pathogen numbers were high there was anactive infection plus symptoms (the symptoms varied in intensity- the mostcommon being fatigue

- When the Reciprocal·was high, antibodies were present in the blood tests

- When detoxing Epstein Barr - ears and throatinfections, pain and sensitivity in those areas was noticed

- Reports show that Epstein Barr pathogens tend toaggregate in the head lymphatic and neck area

- Epstein Barr is a virus


- Not listed in Clark

- Not the sexually transmitted variety - this strainis airborne

- Frequency correlation = a sharp C#

- Also involves the note of A - which has beenassociated with blood clotting co-factors and enzyme activity

- Chlamydia pneumoniae attacks the lungs and pulmonary;heart and circulatory systems - symptoms include: labored breathing, dizzinessand passing out, accelerated heart rate, high blood pressure, confusedthinking, loss of short term memory

- For active cases, a narrow range of C# was presentin each chart

- Notes of flat A and sharp A# were involved

- For those with high protease, symptoms did notappear to be as severe

- For those with blood type O, symptoms were shortand less severe

- When the Base·was high, an active infection was present

- When the Reciprocal was high, antibodies werebeing produced as verified by blood tests

- There is a presumption that the Chlamydia induceda protective clot-like cloak to prevent detection

- A protective coating cloaked the entire pathogenfrom the neutrophils

- Eating fatty foods or heavy meals exacerbated thelabored breathing more than would be normally expected

- Depending on how much fatty food or how large themeal, symptoms would dissipate within 1/2 hour to 4 hours

- Protease and serraptase helped to dissipate thesymptoms -those with poor protein digestion, as shown through dark fieldmicroscopy, were most vulnerable

- TRMA (brand name) from Thera-zyme has aparticularly high dose of protease. It proved effective in reducing symptoms

- Chest x-rays do not show the clots that the darkfield procedure identified as being present

- Clotting studies did not indicate anyabnormalities in the blood clotting co-factors

[The literature suggests that a pulmonaryarteriogram or a spiral CT of the lung be ordered to verify the presence ofthese small clots that were associated with Chlamydia.]

- One infected and particularly vulnerable clientexhibited small pinch-like bruises (Petechiae)

- One client, before he arrived at our Clinic,reported that he had been given a pacemaker to stop the accelerated heart rate howeverthe labored breathing symptoms were still present after the placement of thepacemaker

- One client was told that he needed heart surgeryto clear blocked arteries - after testing it was discovered that this was notthe case

- One client was told that absolutely nothing waswrong - it was simply stress

Four persons in the study ended up in the hospital -not one hospital discovered Chlamydia pneumoniae or that a pathogen was thecause of the symptoms

- Reactivation of the infection is possible

- Incubation - 10-14 days

- Doxycyline is reported to kill this strain ofChlamydia pneumoniae

- Giving the Frequency Equivalent for Doxycylineproduced effects as if the medication had been given even though the subjecthad never taken this medication previously


- Species present identified as Candida

- Frequency used as identified by Clark

- Immediate reaction by body immune response

- Yeast in the sample was efficiently scavenged andconsumed

- Presence of yeast confirmed by self report

- This entire process was so quick that it appearedto be uneventful. No secondary trials were required.

- The elimination of yeast was not a primary focusof the study


Why does Frequency Work toDissolve Ringed Protein Barriers used by resistant pathogens to cloakthemselves?


Light, sound, aroma, emotion, vibration, music, nerveimpluses and brain waves can all be measured using frequency.  Everything, at its most common denominator,is frequency.  In reality there are nosolids. We exist in a universe that consists entirely of energy. Einsteinproved this. Frequency defines it.


How does the body know what to do with all of thesefrequencies?  The body hearsfrequency.  The ears change that sensoryinput into biochemical impulses and sends the information to the brain.  The eyes receive frequencies of light, changethose impulses into biochemical energy and sends that information to the brain.  Each sensory organ collects information asfrequency input and changes that input into biochemical impulses and sends thatinformation to the brain.  The brain, inturn, digitizes the information and redistributes it to systems and functionsof the body so that the body can maintain homeostasis.  How does the brain know how/where to route incomingsignals?  Answer:  By the ranges of frequencies involved.  BioAcoustically speaking frequencies aregenerally interpreted as follows:


01-02 cycles per second     =         the brain interprets this asbiomagnetic input

02-04 cycles per second     =          bioelectricalinput

01-04 cycles per second     =          together= genetic frequencies

04-08 cycles per second     =          biochemical/nutritional

08-16 cycles per second     =          structural(muscular/skeletal)

16-32 cycles per second     =         neurophysical


Each frequency, or frequency set, has specific functions,both structurally and functionally, within the body.  Each frequency set does its own work and canshare frequencies from its set with other biological systems.  This has been known to occur but until veryrecently the mechanism by which it occurred was not defined.

Justas there is a system of chemical pathways, referred to as biochemical cascadeswithin the body, so too is there a system of frequency pathways called Mathways™.  This system is being referred to as Sonistry™- a system of sound frequency relationships within the body.

The body in its infinite wisdom has a perfect feedback mechanismthat makes it possible for the body to diagnose, prescribe and provide a set ofsupporting frequency formulations designed to promote self healing.  This system, the voice to provide sound andthe ear to perceive sound, is an intrinsic diagnostic tool that can providepredictive, preventive, curative and reliable options for SELF HEALTH.  No other system in the body is a feedbackloop used in such a conspicious fashion. This system is operating even when we are comatose.  We can only predict that it ceases when ourlife force ceases. 

Our ears transmit a stabilizing sound, an oto-acousticemission, that provides a flow of frequencies to the body.  This ability is just now being considered asa viable complement to modern medicine but references from ancientcivilizations reveal that sound was at one timea primary modaility used to balance and maintain health. Tibetans have knownthe positive vibrational affects of bells and chanting.  Chi, the traditional Chinese medicine,recognizes that the body is based on energy and balance.

Theprinciples of sound-based therapies originate with the concept that the brainperceives and generates impulse patterns that can be measured as brain-wavefrequencies which, in turn, are delivered to the body by way of nerve pathways.The theory incorporates the assumption that these frequency impulses serve asdirectives that sustain structural integrity and emotional equilibrium. Whenthese patterns are disrupted, the body seeks to reveal the imbalance bymanifesting symptoms that could be interpreted as symptoms of disease andstress. Inquiries by modern as well as ancient researchers have attempted todevelop a screening procedure that would accurately delineate the frequencymeasurements of the body.

Today it seems that these ancient wisdoms are beingrevisited as conventional medicine, with its previous reliance upon thescientific method, begins to pay attention to the potential of frequency tonourish and support the body's capacity to self-heal.  When the frequencies of the body becomeunbalanced that disorder is expressed through the voice and is manifested asdisease or stress at the structural and biochemical levels of the body.

Ashort sample of the voice - less than a minute - can be assessed using a systemthat analyzes an individual's frequency status. Those frequencies, in specific combinations, can then, be used tosupport normal form and function.

Vocalsample showing numeric ranges used to determine frequency status.  The yellow portion of the graph represents anFFT of vocal frequencies.

VocalProfiling identifies the stressed frequencies of the voice, Sonostats·™,which in turn can be used as a tool to identify and interpret the dynamic,complicated frequency interactions within the body.  The technique has provided insight into thepossibility that the frequencies contained in the vocal patterns present aholographic representation of the human body. Pathogen architectures appear in the vocal print as arched formations asseen below.

Pathogenarchitecture as viewed using FFT of vocal frequencies

Inthe case of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling the modality is based on theconcept that vocal sounds are made possible by the oscillations of the vocalcords located in the larynx (voice box). The muscles of the larynx are innervated by braches of the laryngealnerve, which is a branch of the vagus nerve. Through the entrainment of the vocal cords with the vagus nerve, adirect message pathway from the vocal cords and the brain seems apparent.  The frequencies of the voice, therefore, canbe seen as representations of the parasympathetic nervous system.  Together the sympathetic and parasympatheticnerve branches monitor and manage body functions.

Thesemodels of thought from ingenious minds down through the ages, show that bothscience and philosophy have attempted to correlate the relationships betweenmusic and health, music and emotion, mathematics and music and ultimately mathematicsand health.  The Human BioAcoustic ComputationalModel of Biology is built upon this theoretical base.

Manywell-funded projects manned by conventional scientists are working furiously tocombat the issue of resistant and mutating pathogens. Those in alternativehealth fields are also sharing in the responsibility of this issue. Studiesusing BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling and low frequency analog sound presentationhave shown the ability to ameliorate a wide variety of structural andbiochemical events. It was a logical next step to propose the use of suchtechniques to influence the activity of a pathogen.  

Theemerging “Mathematical Matrix” of Biology being assembled from HumanBioAcoustic research data has the potential to allow Vocal Profiling to be usedto predict health issues; from the very first cries of a newborn through thefrequency foundations of disease and aging.

SoundPresentation provides the management phase through brain wave entrainment usinglow-frequency, ambient sound to integrate brain frequency with heart rhythms.


For those in the study, voice spectral analysis was able to identify persons whohad been infected, those who had created antibodies to Chlamydia pneumoniae andthose who were on their way to being free of the active infection.

Voice spectral analysis showed promise to become an inexpensive and effectivemethod to determine which pathogens were present and which antibodies werebeing manufactured by the body.

Improving protein digestion and the immune system response is a major step ineliminating the materials available for cloaking. Using frequency to decloakinvading and resistant pathogens is a first line of defense after infection.

It is important to note that analog, as opposed to digital, sound presentationwas used based on the research of Robert Becker, MD.
The potential to detect Anthrax and other, bioterrorist engineered pathogensthrough individualized, computerized vocal prints may be as close at hand.

There would be no need to wait until exposure to Anthrax or other bioterroristthreats have been discovered. For instance, a vocal print could quicklydetermine if the Frequency Equivalents of the Anthrax bacteria exists as partof your energy pattern, your current vulnerability and if a person had beenexposed.

Terrence Bugno, MD has been anintegral part of the BioAcoustics research team. On the current limitations ofbioterrorist pathogens and their conventional treatment, he comments:

Our current approach to dealing with these pathogens has many pitfalls andlimitations, since there's always a 'downside' which is ignored. Take a largepopulation of persons exposed to anthrax and give them a cytotoxic antibioticsuch as Cipro. While effective against Anthrax, it also can rearrange, destroyand alter the normal bacterial flora in the gut and disrupt the inherent immunedefense capabilities. The body has it's own ecology and symbiotic relationshipsin the GI tract, the aerodigestive tract (nose, mouth, throat, airways, lungs)and also the skin. Under antibiotic influence, normal bacteria are also killed.The net result is a changed population of resident bacteria, and the potentialfor genetic mutations of pathogens which render antibiotics ineffective. This scenariohas been seen in hospital systems... what are called nosocomial infections,where antibiotic resistant strains are often discovered. For example, MRSA (methicillinresistant Staph Aureus) is common in hospitalized patients, and requires aggressive,often more toxic antibiotics to be used. The concept of 'prophylactically'treating large groups of patients in a relative locale could have similarconsequences; moreover, the issue of re-establishing the normal bacterial flora(such as with Probiotics, etc.) hasn't been well addressed... but key toregaining normal function... it's an enormous dilemma.

Fortunately, BioAcoustics can obviate much of this problem, and I offer thisas a more selective way to identify, and even eradicate pathogens in comparisonto conventional drugs, even at the risk of incensing pharmaceutical companies.

Using BioAcoustics, both existing and mutated pathogens can be identified withinminutes. Other debilitating diseases such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia,influenza and even AIDS can be identified. Expanding beyond the individual,work is underway to test animals and environments.

Not only can the Frequency Equivalents of these pathogens be identified but lowfrequency analog sound can be used to stimulatethe body to eliminate these pathogens. Preliminary testing shows that lowfrequency analog sound, in specific formulations, may affect mold in non-humanhosts. This would mean that humans, animals, plants and associated localenvironmental terrains could be effectively rid of these threats using lowfrequency analog sounds. A computerized collection program would be able to mappotential pockets of invading pathogens before an outbreak occurred.

Our body functions as a compilation of frequencies and frequency relationships.The brain functions using brain waves, which are measurable as frequency. Theheart emits frequency to keep the heart beating in rhythm. Nerve transmissionis accomplished through the use of frequency pathways. Organs, nerves, tissueand bone are themselves made up of substances, which are, at their base,energy--measurable in cycles per second. The body is alive with frequenciesthat interact in cooperative resonance, in harmony. For, as Einstein proved,energy and matter are interchangeable.

These tenets can be applied to various health, wellness and dis-ease states,and given the world situation, lethal pathogens and even biochemical warfare threats.

The advantage of low frequency analog sound presentationto combat pathogens has the potential to treat the entire body simultaneouslyat a cellular level.  String Theoryproposes that all matter is made of infinitesimally small strings but no one seemsto know what “magic event” causes the formation of specific DNA matter.  If String Theory is a reality, the ideabehind BioAcoustic Biology is the basis for controlling DNA.  Sonistry may well be the RNA of Stringtheory.

This study is ongoing and will continue, as fundingbecomes available, to provide immediate and effective measures to combatmutated pathogenic strains of bacteria, virus and yeast. Top


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·BioAcousticterm of use: A Frequency Equivalent is a numeric representation of a person,place, thing or emotion.  BioAcoustic FE’shave been determined for nutrients, biochemicals, genomes, proteins, toxins,medications, pathogens, emotions, hormones, etc.

· BioAcousticterm of use: A Reciprocal is the mathematically opposite or complementof a frequency as used in BioAcoustic research. It is designed to perform as anantidote.

· *BioAcousticterminology: A Base frequency is the identifying issue as it isexpressed mathematically.

·Sonostat: Anumeric representation of a frequency found in a vocal print. 

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