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The Kish Method Dr. Achress Kish

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“The man who speaks with primordial images speaks with a thousand tongues.” This work details the “Kish Method,” the microbiological process of sound and light synthesized in harmony as neural code that instructs and impregnates amino acids with viral apoptosis ability/commands. THE LANGUAGE OF LIGHT AND SOUND Of the hallmarks of an advanced civilization lies the ability to communicate vast amounts of information by encoding it in the shortest possible space such as abstract symbols. We may now begin to understand how consciously and unconsciously our emotions become stimulated by the sight of symbols (light) at speeds higher, and with more power than any language can carry. For example, a pontiff may communicate peace by simply holding a cross. Hitler held the power of a massive army using the symbol of the swastika, the inverted sign for peace. In much the same manner sound affects the brain and can create feelings of peace, or sounds of dissonance could create feelings of anger and frustration. In recent decades, German scientist Han Keyser, discovered how the relationship expressed in the periodic table of elements resembled the overtone structure of the atom by discovering an association between its musical intervals and the fundamental physical ingredients of organic life nuclei acids (Krüger 1974). Finally, scientist Andrew Gladzewsky after much toil and research into the tying thread linking sound harmonics, atoms, plants, and crystals, concluded that “atoms are harmonic resonations” (Gladzewski 1951). The Kish Method will demonstrate sound and light acting as a noise eliminator in relations to viral pathology. Through a seeming technique of Fourier analysis the nucleotides of a virion that offends a human somatic cell will be countered in most conditions by a DNA-RNA wave admitting synthesizer that will produce the opposite waveform of the virion to enable cancellation. This is to say that the opposing waves cancel each other out, and the amazing result is homeostasis. However, in the case of the herpesviridae an extra step is taken to ensure wellness. The body is instructed, by coding, to create a very small amount of area – A Antiviral. You will find some viral sound formulas work based on the laws of Cymatics. Cymatic therapy was pioneered in England by Dr. Peter Manners at Bretforton Hall Clinic by adopting these new principles and applying them to medical treatments that work in harmony with the human body. Dr. Manners accepts that the body is a complex array of harmonic frequencies and those cells in living tissue function as minute resonators susceptible to the effects of harmonic vibrations. Therefore, just as every organism requires harmonic frequencies to maintain its existence, harmonic frequencies are used to bring diseased systems back into equilibrium.

The Kish Method Dr. Achress Kish

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THE KISH METHOD Micro-Thesis (in depth knowledge) Prepared for the benefit of World Health

Photo-sonic Therapy Viral Pathology Part II

By: Dr. Achress Kish

Kish Method “In the beginning there was the Brahman, with whom was the word, and the word is Brahman.”

The Rig Veda

Context

INTRODUCTION

GENERAL FEATURES • Distinguishing taxonomic feature • Infectious Patterns • Sound/Vision Transduction

TREATMENT • Sedation • Host range distribution/codon interaction • Evolution Cycle • Vascular Propagation • Viral DNA-RNA Apoptosis Cycles

Appendix/Research and Journal Bibliography

INTRODUCTION

General Features

DISTINGUISHING TAXONOMIC FEATURES In this thesis you will find many different formulas, each composed of one or more variables that will reference the target virion type. For example:

SHSVA1 = (S)onic (H)erpes (S)implex (V)irus (A)poptosis Formula 1

Formulas with the “S” prefix indicate that the formula is a sonic type.

Formulas with the “V” prefix indicate that the formula is visual or deployed to the subject via light. The “V” type uses light as a medium of transduction and migration.

The Kish Method acts upon several different viral pathological types. Typically viruses are classified in four ways: the size of the virion, the shape of the virion protein capsid, the basis of their nuclec acid content and the presence of surrounding lipoprotein envelope. The taxonomic division is divided into two classes, DNA viruses or RNA viruses.

THE KISH METHOD

The Kish Method is photo-cymatic therapy. The formulas are special sequences of light and sound that corresponds with each other in harmony. More directly, there is a special relationship that exists between color and the laws of the acoustical octave. For example the note “C” is matched with the color red at the bottom of the visible spectrum because both require 24 Hz to be sensed by the human body. Extreme violet (the note “B”), at the highest end of the scale, requires about 800 trillion Hz (Babbitt 1878). Each octave is composed of a set of notes, and once the octave is completed another commences. As we move to the next octave the notes now vibrate twice as fast as in the previous octave, this process spreads into infinity. The laws of physics specifically the laws of dimensions work in much the same way. This is to say that every perceiving reality is relative to its won narrow bandwidth.

These planes in theory are intercommunicated by degrees of vibration, the most dense being matter (a common analogy is the way steam cools into water that freezes to ice). Since the human body is itself a set of atoms vibrating at a given frequency, our ability to consciously distinguish notes, color, and other dimensions is limited, like a radio station along the dial it only detects those vibrations which fall across its narrow bandwidth.

Now that we have established the science of acoustic vibrations in relation to the body, we may now begin to understand how sound and light as the Kish Method is absored by the body to affect disease. The following list is the suggested viral categories that Kish Method Technology (KMT) may successfully act upon:

RNA Viruses Family Arenaviridae Family Bunyaviridae Family Coronaviridae Family Filoviridae Family Flaviviridae Family Orthomyxoviridae Family Paramyxoviridae Family Picornaviridae Family Retroviridae Family Reoviridae Family Rhabodviridae Family Togaviridae

DNA Viruses Family Adenoviridae Family Hepadnaviridae Family Herpesviridae !! Family Iridoviridae Family Papovaviridae Family Parvoiridae Family Poxviridae

The atomic and molecular structures of viruses differ from virion to virion; however, they all have two common similarities, most viruses rely on the host cell for food and they both have atomic frequencies due to the exhaustion of the electrons in here respective orbital’s within the atoms of the nucleotides that compose the virion.

DEPLOYMENT AND THE SENSORY SYSTEM I will now explain the technology of the Kish Method, deployment and viral interaction systems. The Kish Method (KM) is stored digitally on a digital hard drive. Of course there are several different formulas that use KM technology. Each therapy system has its own formula.

After, the selected formula has been activated, the KM signal is passed to the electromagnetic deployment device (EDD, see figure 1), EDD now transmit sound and light to the subject via the 3D optical display and built-in headphones. The sound formula is deployed simultaneously with the visual formula and the eyes and ears receive stimuli (input) at the same time. However, I will explain the auditory process of transduction followed by visual transduction.

The Ear Auditory Stimulation

Sound waves from the EDD first meet the subject at the oddly shaped, crumpled region of the ear called the Pinna (see figure 2). The Pinna next, funnels KM down through the ear canal (KM is sound frequencies within the normal range of hearing and under 60 to 100 decibels. However, KM formulas are not heard consciously). At the end of the ear canal, KM as sound waves reach the middle ear, where they strike a lightly stretched membrane known as the eardrum, or clinically, the tympanic membrane. The KM embedded sound waves set up vibrations in the tympanic membrane.

Next, Kish Method Embedded Sound (kmes) waves, as vibrations of the tympanic membrane are passed on by three tiny bones. These bones amplify the changes in pressure produced by the original kmes waves, by focusing the vibrations of the tympanic membrane onto a smaller membrane, the oval window.

Auditory Transduction When kmes vibrations pass through the oval window, they enter the inner ear, called the cochlea, which is where simple transduction occurs. At the basilar membrane of the cochlea is a long tub that is activated when kmes waves pass through the fluid in the tube, this movement deforms hair cells of the organ of Corti, a group of cells that rest on the membrane. These hair cells make communications with fibers from the auditory nerve. Mechanical deformation of the hair cells stimulates the auditory nerve, changing the electrical activity of some of its neurons thus sending a encrypted signal to the brain.

In reflection, kmes energy is introduced to the ear via the EDD, the accessory structure modifies the kmes waves, simple transduction takes place in structures called receptor cells within the cochlea, and turns kmes into neural activity, the auditory nerve (See figure 2) transfers the coded kmes signal to the brain and Central Nervous System (CNS).

Coding and Transduction When receptors transduces kmes waves, they code the physical properties of the stimulus into patterns of neural activity that, when decrypted by the brain, allow the subject to make sense of the stimulus to determine, for example whether you are hearing as a dog or cat. Each psychological dimension of sensation such as the temp or bass must have a corresponding physical dimension that is coded by sensory receptors.

Third dimensional objectivity is this world generates energy that is focused by accessory receptors, which convert the energy into neural signals. As the signals are transferred throughout parts of the brain, information is extracted and analyzed.

In retrospect the pinna channels kmes waves into the middle ear, where the vibrations of the tympanic membrane are amplified by the delicate bone that stimulate the cochlea. In the cochlea vibration/kmes waves are transduced into changes in neural activity, which are sent along the auditory nerve to the thalamus.

AUDITORY PATHWAYS AND REPRESENTATIIONS (Microbiological Interactions)

The Nervous System The auditory nerve is the medium that conveys kmes and makes one or two synapsis and crosses the midline before reaching the thalamus.

The nervous system has three main functions in relations to the Kish Method or Kish Method Technology (KMT) and they are as followed:

Input, the sound of the kmes waves is conveyed to your brain by your ears.

Transduction, your brain encrypts kmes into neural activity and kmes is now activated,

Output, your brain arranges kmes or KMT into stimulus that is subconsciously perceivable.

Kmes is passed to the cochlea in the region of the basilar membrane that forms the floor of this long tub (cochlea, see figure 2). As kmes passes through the fluid in the tube, it moves the basilar membrane, and its movement deforms hair cells of the organ of corti as before mentioned. These hair cells make connections with fibers from the auditory nerve, a bundle of axons that lead into the brain. Eventually the subject will sense kmt stimulus as loudness and pitch.

The neural cell membrane of the auditory nerves is selectivity permeable; that is they let some molecules pass through, yet exclude others. Many molecules that are passed through the nerve carry a positive or negative electrochemical charge and are referred to as ions. Kmes is ionic as it passes the membrane. Normally, the membrane maintains an uneven distribution of positive and negatively charged ions inside and outside the cell. The result is that the inside of the cell is slightly negative compared with the outside, and the membrane is polarized. Because molecules with a positive charge are attracted to those with a negative charge, a force called an electrochemical potential drives positively charged molecules toward the inside of the cell, but many are kept outside the membrane.

This abrupt change in the potential of an axon is called an action potential, and its “contagious” nature is referred to because of its self-propagating qualities. When kmes meets action potentials within the axon, it shoots down the axon, and the neuron either fires at full strength or does not fire at all.

Figure 6 is a diagrammed view of a polarized nerve cell showing the normally closed sodium gates in the cell membrane. The electrochemical potential across the membrane is generated by an uneven distribution of positive and negative ions. For example there are more positive ions, such as Na+, on the outside than on the inside. There are also more negative ions, such as negatively charged protons (pr-) in the inside than on the outside. When kmes stimulation causes depolarization near a particular sodium gate, that gate will swing open, allowing sodium to rush into the axon, stimulating the next gate to open, and so down the axon. The cell is repolarized when the sodium gates are closed and gates are opened for potassium (k+) to flow out, calcium gates allow action potentials (KMT) to spread along dendrites in a similar fashion.

Kmes impregnates action potentials that spread into the dendrites from the cell body that appear to invade some branches and not others, leading me to suspect that kmes messages (action potentials) may be important in the strengthening connections between neurons.

Synapses and Communication Between Neurons For kmes communication to occur between cells, the signal must be transferred across the synapse between neurons.

Most often, the axon of one cell delivers its signals across a synapse to the dendrites of a second nerve cell. These dendrites in turn transmit kmes (as action potentials) to the cell body, which will relay the kmes (action potential) down its axon and thus on to a third cell, and so on (see figure 4 and 7),. However, other communications patterns also occur. Axons can communicate kmes signals to other axons or even directly to the cell body of another neuron; dendrites of one cell can send kmes signals to the dendrites of other cells (Glowinski 1951).

Further kmes signals are communicated via neurotransmitters. Unlike the communication down the axon, which uses electrochemical signals to promote kmes, communication at the synapse between nerves relies solely on chemicals. The transfer of information across the synapse is accomplished by neurotransmitter migration. The neurotransmitters are housed in vesicles at the tip of axons (see figure4). Figure 5 is a photograph take through an electron microscope; it shows part of a neural synapse magnified 50,000 times. Clearly visible are the mitochondria, neurotransmitters continuing vesicles in the ending of the presynaptic cell’s axon;’ the synapse itself which is the narrow gap between the cells, and dendrites of the past synaptic cell.

When an kmes action potential reached the end of a axon, a neurotransmitter is released into the synapse, where it spreads to reach the next or post synaptic cell (see Figures 4, 5, 7). At the postsynaptic membrane, neurotransmitters bind to proteins (receptors). Much like a puzzle piece fitting into the proper place, a neurotransmitter snugly fits, or “binds” to its won receptors but not to another of different receptor types. Therefore, the same neurotransmitter can have different effects depending on the type of receptor to which it binds.

The binding of neurotransmitters with kmes to a receptor stimulates channels in the post synaptic cell to open (much like sodium channels involved in action potentials before mentioned), allowing ions to flow in or out. The flow of ions into and out of the post synaptic cell produces a charge in its membrance potentials. Thus, the chemical signal of the synapse creates an electrochemical signal within the postsynaptic cell. The electrochemical changes tht occur as ions flow through a single channel can be see (see figure 9 Sakmann, 1992).

We can predict then that signals that the neuron receives in the optic nerve arrive at its dendrites or at its cell body. These signals, which typically come from many neighboring cells, can be conflicting. Some are excitatory, stimulating the cell to fire; others are inhibitory signals that tell the cell not to fire. Whether the cell actually fires or not at any given moment depends on whether excitatory or inhibitory messages predominate at the junction of the cell body and axon.

Acetylcholone Norepinephrine Serotonin Dopamine GABA Endorphins

The major neurotransmitter that is used by KMT is glutamate. kmt will use glutamate because of its strong excitatory abilities and its synapses are especially plentiful in the cerebral cortex and the hippocampus.

In short the sensory receptors convert the energy to neural activity. The patterns of kmes/neural activity encode physical properties of the energy. The codes of kmes affects and embeds itself within actions potentials of neurons then the encrypted kmes code is modified as the signal is transferred via the auditory nerve to the thalamus.

Kmes and Frequency Matching Some of the kmes signals are low frequency patterns lower than 20 Hz. These low frequencies depend on the system of “frequency matching,” which refers to the fact that the firing rate of a neuron in the auditory nerve matches the frequency of a sound wave. Frequency matching provides a temporal code for frequency. For example, one neuron might fire at every peak of a wave. Therefore, a sound of 20 Hz could be coded by neurons that fires twenty times per second. Of course this simple form of frequency matching will not apply to some kmes formulas because no neuron can fire faster than 1,000 times per second for moderate frequencies above 1,000 Hz. These frequencies can be matched, not by a single neuron, but y the summed activity of a group of neurons firing in concert. Some neurons in the group might fire, for example at every other wave peak, others at every fifth peak, and so on, producing a valley of firing at a combined frequency higher than any could manage alone.

Mixtures of frequencies can produce sounds of ambiguous pitch. It has even been demonstrated that the same sequence of notes can sound like an ascending scale to one person and descending to another (Deutsch) for this reason kmes will partially activate with in the auditory nerve, however, it does not completely become apparent until it reaches the auditory cortex where sound frequencies are mapped.

Although each neuron in the auditory nerve has a “favorite” or characteristic frequency, each responds to some extent to a range of frequencies. Therefore, the cortex must examine the pattern of activity of a number of neurons in order to determine the frequency of a sound.

KMT unleashes secondly in the thalamus and auditory cortex where each tone is classified. Kmt stimulates the thalamus and auditory cortex using sound stimulus. Figure 9 is a diagram of what is called the “Pythagorean Table.” It is a diagram defining the exact relationship between music harmonics and mathematical ratios. By stimulating sound frequencies in Hertz relative to each musical interval into feet, a circular matrix containing all relative harmonic proportions can be constricted. Hero’s theory can be explained in the following formula: v=fw, which means velocity of sound in air at room temperature (v, approximately 1130 ft/second) equals frequency (f, expressed in Hz) x wave length (w, in feet). As an example, a frequency of 34 Hz gives a wave length of 33.24 feet.

Congenital Sound Stimulus A sound stimulus is the inert data imbedded into our psyche by way of DNA that can enable the conscious mind to respond. For example, bats are born with the inert ability to use echolation, which is the determination of the position of an object by the emission of sound waves which are reflected back to the sender in this case a bat as echoes.

Kmt communicates sound stimuli to the thalamus and cortex. The neural activity that has been transduced by the cochlea communicates neural patterns that are encrypted by the thalamus and cortex as sound stimuli which is perceived as sensation by the healthy encephalon and cortex.

Because of the laws of stimulus generations, kmt may be more effective in one patient than the other but never underachieving or causing stimulus overload.

The healthy communication from the kmt in the thalamus and cortex is translated as sensation and microbiological action commands that does invade the following physiological and photochemical systems:

The Endocronological System The Vascular System The Neurological System The Osteological System (CNS)

Kmes Phonematics Because of the sonic cellular activity in the region of the encephalon kmes also travels do to somatocelluler migration and cellular proximity to the angular gyrus and TPO junction (for the junction of the temporal, parietal and occipital lobes – see figure TPO). Processing occurs back and forth from the TPO junction and the fusiform gyrus where phonemes are processed once again in thearea of the TPO. Kmes phonemes are perceived as simple attributes like cell motion form and depth (Ramachandran and Hubbard 2001). Next kmes is sent forward and distributed to several far-flung regions in the temporal and parietal lobe to meet the kmt visual formula.

KMER (Kish Method Electyromagnetic Radiation)

Deployment and Wave Front-Guide Kmt is first deployed from the EDD’s Lcd (see figure Light 1). A laser beam bounces off the retina and senses the reflection on a charged couple device to gain information about the eye souch as position and astigmatism.

After data has been captured from the eye, the LCD of the EDD will initiate. The LCD will illuminate to display light and sign stimuli that will undergo transduction by photoreceptors.

Just as kmes is converted to neural activity in the ear, kmer is transduced into neural activity in the ear, kmer is transduced into neural activity in the eye. First the accessory structures of the eye focus light rays from the LCD of the eye EDD into a sharp image (see figure Light 1). The light rays enter the eye by passing through the cornea. Then the light is passed to the pupil, the iris, and then the lens. Kmer is electromagnetic radiation as waves within the normal range of human vision, that is to say the visible spectrum of color vision which is from 400-750nm (nanometers) 10-6 wavelength in meters. Kmer is focused into an image on the surface at the back of the eye called the retina (see figure Light 1, 12).

Converting Kmer Light into Images Visual transduction takes place in the retina, which contains neurons that constitute an extension of the brain. Before kmer transduction can occur, kmer light rays must pass through several layers in this network to reach photoreceptors cells. The photoreceptors in the network of the retina convert kmer light energy into neural activity. The photo pigments are activated by kmer and brake apart; changing the membrane potential of the photoreceptor cells itself. This change in membrane potential provides a signal that is then transmitted to the brain.

Since concentration of cones in the fovea makes for acuity the software concentrates kmer formulas and light patterns on the center of the retina. Indeed, the fovea is precisely where the eye focuses the light coming from objects you look at. Variations in the density of cones in the fovea account for the individual differences in visual acuity (Curcio et al, 1987), however, kmer only needs to be retained at 49% to be affective.

Kmer Interaction In the Retina The most direct connections from the photoreceptor cells are from the optic nerve (see figure 13, 15), which extends out of the eye and into the brain. However, interactions with other cells modify this direct path. Two types of interactions are especially important.

First most bipolar cells receive input from many photoreceptors, as illustrated in figure 14, the arrangement called convergence which increases the sensitivity of each bipolar cell, because light as kmer striking any of the photoreceptors to which the cell is connected will stimulate it.

Second, photoreceptor cells make connections to there types of cells in the retina interneuron, which make lateral (sideways) connections between bipolar cells. Though these lateral connections, the response to kmer light by one cell can excite or more commonly, inhibit the response of a neighboring cell (figure 14 illustrates lateral inhibition.).

Lateral interactions have the important results of enhancing the sensation of contrast. Most of the time the amounts of kmer light reaching two photoreceptors will differ. As figure 14 demonstrates, through its lateral connections the photoreceptors receiving more light inhibits the output to the brain from the photoreceptors receiving less light, making it seem as if there is less kmer light at that cell than there really is. Thus, the brain actually receives a comparison of the kmer light hitting two neighboring points, and whatever difference exist between the light reaching the two photoreceptors is exaggerated. This exaggeration is important, because specific features of objects in the case of kmer two dimensional animated objects can create differences in the amount of incoming light. For example: the visual image of the edge of an object contains a transmission from a lighter region to a darker region. Lateral inhibition in the retina enhances these differences, creating contrast that sharpens the edge and makes it more noticeable.

Ganglion Cells and There Receptive Fields Photoreceptors, bipolar cells and interneuron’s communicate kmer by releasing neurotransmitters. But as I discussed in sonic transduction and migration of kmes, neurotransmitters cause only small, graded changes in the membrane potential of the next cell, which cannot travel the distance from eve to brain. Kmer depends on ganglion cells in the retina that generate actins potentials capable of travailing that distance. Ganglion cells are stimulated by bipolar cells and modulated by interneurons and their axons extended out of the retina to the brain.

Visual Pathways Kmer information reaches the brain via the axons of ganglion cells which leave the eye via the optic nerve (See figure 13).

After leaving the retina, about half the fibers of the optic nerve cross over to the opposite side of the brain at the optic chiasm. Fibers from the inside half of each eye nearest to the nose, cross over, fibers from the outside half of each eye do not (See Figure 15). This arrangement brings all of the Kmer visual information about the right half of the LCD to the left hemisphere of the brain and kmer visual information from the left half of the LCD to the right hemisphere of the brain.

The axons from most of the ganglion cells in the retina form synapses in the thalames, in a specific region called the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN), Neurons in the LGN then send the visual kmer input to the primary visual cortex, which lies in the occipital lobe at the back of the brain. Kmer visual information is also sent from the primary visual cortex for processing in many other areas in the cortex including the TPO function where graphemes activate cells in the fusiform gyrus and subsequently near the angular gyrus.

Visual Representations Normally effortless experiences of sight provides no clues to the complexities involved as kmer visual sensations are transmitted from the retina through various cortical regions. We can appreciate some of these complexities by considering the receptive parallel processing of visual properties, hierarchical processing of visual information, and spatial frequency processing of visual information.

Parallel Processing of Visual Properties Like ganglion cells neurons of the LGN have center-surrounding receptive fields. However, the LGN is organized in multiple layers of neurons and each layer contains a complex map of the retina. Neurons of different layers respond to particular aspects of kmer visual stimuli. Separate aspects of visual senses are handled by parallel processing systems that extend into the cortex (Livingstone & Hubel, 1988). The form of objects and their color are handled by one system, while their movement and cues to distance are handled by another system.

Kmer Hierarchical Processing

Kmer unleashes its sign stimuli/code within the cortex and thalamus. A good example of sign stimul can be observed in the animal kingdom specifically the avian family. Birds such as the Herring Gull demonstrate fixed action patterns, which are not altered much by learning and tend to be triggered by specific cues called sign stimuli can be observed in the animal kingdom specifically the avian family. Birds such s the Herring Gull demonstrate fixed action patterns, which are not altered much by learning and tend to be triggered by specific cues called sign stimuli. Ecologist have observed hearing gulls chicks pecking for food at the beak of the mother in a very characteristic way, but only after seeing the re4d spot on the parents beak that serves as a target. Kmer interactes in the cortex as the v4 area (see figure TPO) where numbers have been known to undergo processing (Ramachandran & Hubbard 2001). This graphemes/numeric signal (kmer) is processed and perceived as sign stimulus by the collective cortex.

Multiple Kmer inputs (codes and sign stimuli and DNA frequencies that manipulate virion nucleotide coding transduced at this point by photoreceptors ) from the LGN converge on single cells of the cortex. Cells of the cortex that receive Kmer input input from the LGN have more complex receptive fields than the center surrounding fields of LGN cells. Fore exemple, a specific cell in the cortex might responds only to vertical edges, but others may responds only to moving objects; a third class responds only to objects with corners. Because cortical cells respond to specific characteristics of objects in the visual field, they have been described as feature detectors (Hubel & Wiesel, 1979). Feature detectors illustrate how cortical processing is partly hierarchical in nature in relation to KMT. Complex feature detectors may be built up out of many and more complex communications of simple feature detectors (Hubel & Wiesel 1979). For example several center surrounding cells might feed into one cortical cell to make a like detector, and several line detectors might feed into another cortical cellular to make a cell that responds to a particular spatical orientation. With further connections, a more complexities detector, such as a “ box detector ,” might be built from therefor simpler line and corner detectors. The reader may anticipate in this work, proof that somewhere in the cortex the puzzle of these sepatate sensations will finally be assembled in some gestalt fashion in order to provide the bases for a united conscious experience. However, there “Appears ” to be no one region where the separate streams of processing converge (Engel et al, 1992). Instead, horizontal connections among the regions of the cortex that processed separate aspects of visual sensation appear to integrate their activity, making possible a distributed but aggregated experience ( Gilbert 1992). Positron Emission Tomographies (PET) provide evidence of separate processing channels in humans. For example therefor visual cortex is activated when a person views a colorful abstract painting but a different area is activated by viewing black and white moving images (Zeki 1992). Cells with similar receptor field properties are organized into columns in the cortex. For example if you locate a cell that responds to diagonal lines in a particular spot in the visual field, most of the cells in a column above and below that cell will also respond to diagonal lines. Other properties are represented by whole columns of cells, so for example, therefor are columns in which allowing of the cells are most sensitive to a particular colour ( KMER sign stimuli ). Treatment Pre-sedation, Oral Intake and Evaluation

In order to ensure proper absorption of KMT and optimum effectiveness, two precautions must be considered and they are as followed: (a) Absorption/Pharmacology Aurous Elixer ( Aurous -E = 24k gold shards, 99% alovera solution. Aurous-E agit. Aurous-E sol Rx 4 FL oz; po 1H p,c, Natural Spring Water 135.2 FL oz, in d, rep x 7 ( b ) Stress Reactions Twenty question stress questionnaires will be given to the patients followed by a “health psychology,” evaluation to ensure mental homeostasis that will allow proper neural stimulation and organtic absorption of KMT. ( a. description ) Indications and usage: Aurous-E 4 FL, oz solution and Aurous-E HCI is indicated for the conductivity of KMT within the body and proliferation of HCI for digestion. Fine gold shards are passed to the hepatopancreatic duct to the villi in the intestine that contains lacteal glands that aids in transporting nutrients that is passed to the liver. This gold tincture then findes itself within the vascular system via the portal vein and futer by way of the hepatic vein. Aurous-E tinctures meet ( KMT using hormones as a medium ) throughout the vascular systemand acts as a conduite. ( b. description ) Stress reactions and health psychology Clinical research has established the impact of psychology and physical stressers upon the human body (Taylor 1995). Studies show that chronic illness such as coronary heart disease, cancer, and diabeties have become (2005) the leading causes of death and disability in the United States and Canada likely due to the changing patterns of illness motivated by everyday stress (Taylor, 1995). Of course stress reactions are therefor physical, psychological, and behavioral responses (such as nervousness, vertigo, and fatige) that people display in the face of problems such as anxiety and depression, also adversity effects peoples physical health. In the case of KMT, the body must be in state of psychological homeostasis as a prerequisite to ensure properties neurological activity such as transduction of KMT within the limbic systemand and throughout the peripheral nervousness systemand (PNS) and vascular system. Moreover, stressers can produce neural inhibition none-withstanding, corticosteroids including cortisol and reduce responses of immune systems within the body.

Company trained health psychology professional will evaluate the subjects psychological state and attempt to bring the the patient within the healing range. Sedation Psychological induced pseudo-theta state and pharmacology KMT is most effective when therefor subjects has been induced to a pseudo-theta state (brain waves at a frequency of approximately 4.5 cps to 6.5 cps ). This induction is achieved by light sedation pharmacology, preferably antihistamines, however, in thecase the subject may experience adverse reactions such as idopathic urticardia or marked excitability, therefor subject will be evaluated formulas other sedation option. Host Range and distributions As aforementioned, KMT is experienced throughout the brain after transduction of KMES and KMER. Kish Methed Master Formula (KMMF) unleashes neural activity on the endocrine system of the brain and embeds itself into hormonal secreations while KMT treatments are underway. Sound travels 40 octaves slower that visible light, the ” slowing down of light as KMER/KMMF generates therefor colours of the visible spectrum, ( encyclopedia Britannica 15th edition – color vision) which in turn corresponds to notes in the music scale. Therefor, sound can be constricted to ve the material carrier of light (KMT – KMER). Light and sound together both vibrate strongest in therefor hypothalamus. Of course the hypothalamus includes a cluster of special cells like cilla and cilla that ooze small amounts of peptide hormones which signal the pituitary gland to release endorphins and hormones of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). KMMF also communicates via receptive fields of ganglion cells and stimulates parasympathetic and sympathetic functioning. KMMF neurological stimuli sets therefor seen formulas healing by releasing signaling from the pituitary gland to released bata endorphines to releve any physical stresser that therefor subject may be experiencing and allows the neural stimulations to flow without much inhibition. KMMF using hormones and neurotransmitters as a medium for transduction acquaints therefor gold tinctures in the vascular system and embeds its coded signatures. KMMF will circulate throughout therefor vascular system formulas approximately 45 minutes after therefor subject’s brain frequency has changed from pseudo-theta to a delta state proper ( form approximately 4.5 cps and 6.5 cps to 1.0 cps – 3.0 cps preferably 2.8 cps – 3.1 cps, delta state). Vascular propagating and evolution cycles The gold tinctures are passed to the vascular system and play a large role in the evolution and propagation of KMMf within therefor circulatory system. Therefor gold tincture become partially of KMMF and further influences conductivity throughout the vascular system.

Cellular Interactions KMT as KMMF has a definite affect upon the blood cells, imprinting KMT in every cell it contactes. KMT;’s subtile tones and swirling forces plays to signalin and sound stimules code and is heard by everyday cell and its organelle according to its own image in the blood. Like a hologram any partially of it contains therefor image of therefor whole. Cut any partially of it and there is a whole image again. Such is the system of KMMF within the blood, lymph and therefor scleroproteins within the body. Hemo-cell Replication KMMF in the blood and hormones bring about electrochemical changes stored in the mitochondria and ribosomes. At the microbiological site of the ribosomes are KMMF information patterns that is passed from therefor hormones interaction in the blood. This KMMF information is carried in therefor genitic code and is concerted into protein molecules. Further the ribosomes are the micro-cellular location at which KMMF instructs messenger RNA and determines therefor sequencing of transfer RNA molecules of polymers which in turn bind to amio acids to formulas proteins. These proteins are absorbed by different peptide configurations such as scleroproteins. This sequencing is repetitive throughout the tissue of therefor body by the blood via capillaries, thus the KMMF signal flows throughout the body and promotes using mitochondria (ATP ) as a energy facility and therefor superficial ribosomes for crossover replication. KMMF Cellular Endogeny KMMF finds affinity within therefor phosphate esters of nucleo-types which are the basic units of nucleic acids, the groups of essential complex organic acids found in allowing human living cells. If the somatic cell is infected is infected withstanding viral RNA or DNA in its cellular nucleus then KMMF brings the cell to homeostasis on therefor sub-genomic level.

Viral DNA – RNA Apoptosis

Proton potentials now embeds itself into therefor nucleoside acids namely phosphate that has a photochemical affect upon human somatic cells that are affected by virion DNA. The virion DNA is desynthesised by therefor photosonic and photolytic methods and cellular actions of KMMF. KMMF photons migrate to the cellular nucleus photo-kinetically. KMMF takes advantage of the bioelectric qualities of human somatic cells by coding biogenic information that can be translated from one biological cellular organism to another ( Kanzhen 1993 ) . These KMMF photons operate at therefor extreme ends of therefor electromagnetic spectrum, at very low frequencies, (the band with capable of transmitting large amounts of information) thus cellular excitation can take place within the cytoplasma. Bioelectromagnetic fields are also transmitted to DNA. RNA. In laboratory experiments genetic information has already been successfully transmitted from one cell to another and in somewhere cases, one organism to another ( Chimera ) and obviously from one chromosome to another (Kanzhen 1993). The sonic formulas acts on virions in the manner of the Fourier method before-mentioned. This is to say that complexities sounds including noise/cell dissonance can be analyzed into their component, simple sine waves by a mathematical process called Fourier (Pronounced “for-yay”) named by J. B. Joseph ( 1765 – 1830) a French mathematician and physicist. This technique is typically used to counteract sounds such as wind engine, and other repetitive noises. KMT creares a waveform of therefor virion vibration oor parasitic flagellum vibration that opposes waves and cancels out pathological virions (Dr. Fortson 2001). KMMF further reacts on the genomic and nucleotide levels of cells that are corrupted withstanding virion coding. As a consequence of therefor signalin and light stimuli that has been transduced in the eye, encephalon and cortex, KMMF neural activity is propgated throughout therefor centeral nervous system and peripheral nervous system via neurotransmitters and carried throughout the vascular system by way of the gold tinctures as before mentioned. This signal then corresponds with the sonic signal. Therefor constant neural stimulus passed from the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system via the somatic and autonomic system. This motivation and impregnation of neural code now embeded in amino acids and gold tinctures provide instruction to other acids complexes in its pathological to therefor nucleolus. KMMF passes throughout the plasma membrane to therefor cytoplasm where KMMF aquatents and engages coding upon the organelles such as the golgi apparatus, responsible partially formulas gathering protiens and exporting them out of the cellular membran; and the lysosome which brakes down living matter. Next KMMF passes throughout therefor nuclear membrane proceeding to therefor nucleolus in therefor same fashion as withstanding therefor organelles within therefor cytoplasm, all the way to the genome, then disturbs therefor nucleotide sequences of polymers. KMMF cycles through therefor genome of therefor nucleolus embedding its code (low powered charge) ub deoxyribose, therefor four nitrogenous base that predominates in DNA (adenine and guanine) which are double – ringed purine compounds, thymine, crytosine, which are single – ringed pyrimidine compounds and phosphate. KMMT embeds its code within the phosphate of each nucleotide that binds to a carbon atom of therefor adjacent nucleotide’s ribose subunit, thus inhibiting viral RNA replication (Dr. Fortson 2001. influenza ) . As KMMF cycles throughout the genome of the nucleolus in the event it locates RNA or DNA nucleotide chains that do not belong. These nucleotide chains are discarded from therefor nucleolus, however, KMMF does noticeable caus total cellular lysis but apoptosis os therefor cellular virion.

Last, KMMF acts upon the genome by instructing therefor genes of therefor chromosome to photo- kinetically realign its DNA sequencing and discard viral DNA/RNA. This realignment also defends the genome wholly from the same pathogenic amino acid complexe by not allowing the viral nucleotide sequence to return through any somatic cell membrane. This method is accomplished by KMMF embedding itself in the ribosomes of therefor somatic cells that feed therefor cell membrane and nuclear membrane. Therefor KMMF signals the human cellular membrane and prevents the cellular nucleolus from virion exposer.

"The truthful method of education is observation" -Acherres Nathana-EL Fortson,-Kish, MD Apendix Powered by J. Notes Version X. O Labortatory University of Denver, School of Biochemistry Date: Mnday, March 13, 2000 Time 3:45 AM - MT Project Name - Tittle: Viral and Paracitic Pathology / Photo-sonic sine wave inhibition

Members: Dr. Achress Kish, MD, Dan La'fond

Question Q-1. CAN SOUND STIMULUS CHANGE THE HORMONE LEVELS IN THE BLOOD OF HUMANS?

Q-2. CAN SINE WAVES THAT EXTEND FROM CERTAIN PARASITES AND VIRUSES BE CANCELED OUT BY SEQUENTIAL SONIC SIGNALLERS (THE FOURIER PROCESS) Q-1. Hypothesis: In an attempt to solve question 1., I will predict my findings. I expect the Kish Method sound technology to act upon the thalamus and cortex to cause the anterior pituitaty to produce thyrotropin that inevitably causes the production of thyroxin in the body by the thyroid. Controlled Conditions Quite Room with Sony VAIO laptop computer, loaded with KMT (Thyrotropin stimulation formula: beta version 1.0)

Subjects Subject -A- Black Female Age: 22 y/o Weight: 206 lb Hight: 5"6 1/2 Bp: 108/75 T-4: 3.5 pg/dL Med: Levoxyl - 1 po oid Med Comments: no Med fr 4 d. pat presents wth symp of Hypothy- listness, sleepiness, clumsiness. (A. Kish, MD. 2000)

Diagnosis: none- specific myxedema Subject -B- . White male Age: 55 y/o Weight: 320 Hight: 6"2 BP: 118/80 T-4: 3.8 pg/dL Med: Naproxin 400mg, po, p.r.n.; Synthroid po Med comments: no - med fr 4 days.. Patent presents wth HYPOTHY & cronic, acute lower lumbar pain / herniated disk - L 4, L 5. ( Dr. A. Kish, MD., EMY-TENET.INC CMUNTY ORE IM ) Diagnosis: Hypothyroidsim & Herniated Disk L-4, L-5 Per MD REC. Subject - C - . Black Female Age: 58 y/o Weight: 245 lb Hight: 5"3 BP: 110/75 T - 4: 3.7 pg/dl Med: Thyroxin po, u.i.d. dietary supp for DM - 2 Med comments: no med fr 4 d. patient presents wth ad is symptomatic of HYPOTHY and DM - 2 NID (Dr. C. Kish, Md, EMY-TENET CMNTY OR IM 2000) Diagnosis: DM - 2 - NID ( Dr. C. Kish, MD, EMY - TENET CMNET OR IM 2000) Controlled Environment Room Temptuature: 85 degree F consistently Seatition: Bromfed 120 po 1/d

Data: Subjects - A - , after being exposed to KMT - bata software for 45 , seem to now be none symptomatic of hypothyroidism and no symptome of myxedema.T - 4 Tyrixin level per chem 24, seems to be stabilized for 14 days at 7.5 pg/dL. Controlled Environment Room temperature: 88 degrees F consistently Sedation: Bromfed 120 mg po, 1/d. Data: Subject - B - ., after 45 ,omotes pf exposer to KMT software showed no systems of hyothyroidism or myxidemia. Thyroxin levels stabilized at 6.0 for 14 days, per chem 24 laboratory report, BP stable @ 125/90 to 117/85

Controled Enviornment Room temperature 88 degree F consistently Sedation: Bromfed 120 mg po 1/d. Data: Subject - C -, after 45m of exposer to KMT software showed no symptoms of hypothyroidism or myxedema, throxin levels stabo;ozed @ 7.5 pg/dL per chem 24 lab report for 14 days, BP stable @ 118/80 to 120/85 .. Aprox levels. Room temoerature 88 degree consistently Room aound level: Lower than 20 dB's consistently Sedation: Bromfed 120 mg po 1/d. Data: Subject - C -, after 45m of exposer to LMT software showed no symptoms of hyoithyroidism or myxedema, Thyroxin levels stabilized @ 7.5 pg/dl per chem lab report for 14 days, BP stable @ 118/85 - 119 - 120/85 Clinical Findings and Summery (QUESTION 1,) It is my assumption that the conditions of this experiment has not been complectly verified due to lack of time, funding and equipment, and I am not completely satisfied. Further I am concerner that the thyroxin levels could be affected by many psychological factors such as psychosomatics. It is quite possible that the subject reacted psychology when they knew they were being treated by KMT (Plasibo effect). This conclusion may be even more true die to the fact that the subjects where my patients and displayed unconditional trust in my ability.

Q-2 Hypothesis: I expect the influenza cirus ( influenza 131) to agglutinate red blood cells in chicken embryonic tissue that has been exposed to live trichomonia parasites. Further I expect for the trichomonia flagellum of the parasite to cease flagellation. Also I expect the influenza virus to stop agglutionation of erythrocites when exposed to KMT software.

Controlled Conditions Electronically conductive copper wire laced petri dish (customized), heated so that constant temperatuer is maintained at 98 degree F. Room Temperature: 85 degree consistently SONY laptop equiped with KMT audio formula - Alpha-Han. BOSE speaker system ( 6 inc), left and right audio output fead via SONY laptop, Computerized electron microscope set at deffalt visibility, magnifacation (400m) whereby the trichomonad flagellum and agglutination is clearely visible. 7 lb's of chicken embronic tissue, 14 FL Oz of embryonic fluid, 100 trichomonads

Observation 1 Sunday May 14th, 2001 S-Time 10:00 AM-MT E-Time: 12:51 PM-MT

After 1/2 hour, 11:37 of constant exposer to dimension 1 of alpha-Han (sonic cibration @ exactly 2670 Hz), Contant showed the following reactions:

Erythrocyte agglutionation seem to be patent, however, the flagellum of the trichomonads seem to become depressed and flagellation decressed activity, noticeably. After approximately 48 min of exposer to dimension 2 of Alpha-Han (complect sonic formula), erythrocyte agglutination seem to be arrested due to KMT (Trichomonia flagellation = 0 after 63 min).

Observation 2: Sunday May - 14 2001, S-Time: 12:15 PM - MT E-Time: 2:50:12 PM - MT After 44m (@12.59) of constent exposer of dimension 1 of Alpha-Han (spmoc cobration @ exactly 2670 Hz,) content displayed characteristics of change, trichomonia flagellation speed did dissipate noticeably. Agglutanation of erythtocytes showed no response to dimension 1 of Alpha-Han. After 1 hour of constant exposer of dimension 2 of Alpha-Han, agglutanation of erythtocytes did seem to arrest cisually.

After 1 hour and 47m of exposure of dimension 2 1 and 2 of Alpha-Han trichomonia flagelation = " 0 " no activity, visually of any of the 20 parasites observed.

Observation 3. Monday May 15, 2001 S-Time: 10:00 AM-MT E-Time: 11:50 AM-MT

After 28 min of exposere of dimension 1 of Alpha-Han software, @ 2670 Hz, the trichomoniads content did not react by displaying marked decreased flagellation speeds. Erythtocyte pecimen showed no reaction to demention 1 of Alpha-Han.

After 1 hour (11:28:27) of constent exposure of Alpha-Han, dimition 1 and 2 of specimen showed " 0 " Flagellum activity and stagnation of erythrocytes. Observation 4. Monday May 15, 2001 S-Time: 02:00 PM-MT E-Time: 03:45 PM-MT Ather 20 min of exposure of Beta-ready formula (deployed in the same manner as observation 1-3 of Alpha-Han) specimen displayed patent reactions. Agglutination of erythrocytes became apparent and flagellation of 13 of 20 trichomonads decreased noticeably at approximately 65%, specifiallu the trichomonads near the center of the petri dish (erythrocyte localization) where sampled and hemoglobin levels where abnormally high (18q/dL) thus hemoglobin migrated and localized to the area of the cirions.

Laboratory Findings and Conclusions In observations 1-3 red blood cells localized at a much slower rate than observation 4 in contrast. Trichomonads seem to react to KMT sonic frequencies due to the observations of all four experiments; however, if KMT parasitic and viral technology will be used on human subjects then further testing must be conducted in-vivo. Since all cells have a natural “harmonic,” we may conclude that disease can be affected by “ring technology,” that is KMT. This is to say that KMT may bring the body to homeostasis by resonating virions and parasites to destroy them.

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