Obliterate Conformity

Why Waves Matter.

In 2009, Nobel laureate and HIV co-discoverer Dr. Luc Montagnier put a dent on classical science with a simple wave-water experiment.

Montagnier used a homeopathic routine to dissolve bacterial DNA into water with high enough dilutions to eliminate every single DNA molecule from the sample. A separate clean water sample and the diluted sample were exposed to an extremely low frequency belt known as the Schumann Resonance. The clean water sample was then scanned for information. The scan was sent to another, independent lab, which proceeded to successfully reconstruct the original DNA. The experiment showed that water is able to retain and transmit DNA information when subjected to a specific frequency.

When Montagnier removed Schumann resonances from his water experiment, the water failed to retain the DNA information. When he amplified Schumann resonances, the random strands of DNA began to organize themselves, another intrusion of the second law of thermodynamics.

The discovery hardly made the news.

Montagnier’s experiments were and remain privately funded, sans corporate or subsidy support. The discovery was dismissed by the scientific community, and if it wasn’t for his Nobel fame, Montagnier’s credibility would likely have been roasted. His predecessor, Jacques Benveniste, who pioneered a similar experiment, was branded a charlatan and died soon after, but not before opening the door to a broader mystery.

In classical biochemistry, chemistry defines structure and structure defines function.


Yet, as Montagnier’s experiment shows, the classical notion doesn’t even begin to cover our experiential universe.

Quantum physics tells us that every substance, including human cells, emit a unique electromagnetic fingerprint. How does this fingerprint interact with electromagnetic waves?

In 1970, Dr. Fritz Popp, a German biophysics researcher, used a massive x-ray detector to scan photons in living samples. He wanted to understand the nature of the energy field that surrounds living matter. He discovered that both plants and animals emit light in the form of bio-photons from the cellular nuclei. The cells work like radio transmitters and receivers, exchanging information. Popp could also measure coherence, the level of correlation between distinct frequencies of the cells. High coherence indicated healthy, functional cells. Low coherence indicated problem areas in cell communication, signs of disease.

We get bio-photons from food, water, air and sun. They power cellular transceivers from the cell nucleus. One hundred trillion micro-organisms keep the human body in a homeostasis, thanks to a constant electrical Morse code that manifests as our individual resonance, the human energy field.

Soon after Popp’s discovery, scientists discovered that small D.C. currents stimulate cellular regeneration⁠1. Later, neuropsychiatry began to use electric currents to influence behavior. A growing body of evidence necessitated a broader conceptual framework, culminating with Montagnier’s experiment.


We can presently measure and influence human EM fields with amazing accuracy and influence over their behavior. We can target cells, bacteria, organs, muscles and bones with specific resonances that re-energize their natural state. The practitioners refer to the field as “bioresonance”, “Vitalfeld“ (German for “vital field”), or “frequency medicine,” with little official recognition from the healthcare industry. Wikipedia defines bioresonance as a “pseudoscientific medical practice in which it is proposed that electromagnetic waves can be used to diagnose and treat human illness.” Meanwhile a rapidly growing community of EM practitioners, physiotherapists, dentists, virologists, cardiologists, fertilitists, and other specialist therapists use EM waves to heal people from a wide spectrum of chronic disease, physical fractures, infections, even mitochondrial wear and tear.

Vitalfeld applicationsare in a unique class, able to measure 200 million objects in eight minutes, to pinpoint the areas where cell communication is hampered. Since the oscillations of distressed areas are different from healthy ones, the EM practitioners are able to address problems on an energetic level long before the onset of biochemical symptoms. The frequencies can also support functions like the immune system, the gut biome, specific micro-organisms, even mitochondria, with targeted therapy that is exclusively frequency based.

Our understanding of wave energy is going through a shift between two realities, the same way the Newtonian model had to give way to the classical Einsteinian model, and the latter to the Relativistic Quantum Mechanical model. A shift like this faces immense resistance, it requires the addition of new laws. To reconcile the behavior of gravity, light and a score of new particles like quarks and leptons, scientists had to devise 10- to 26-dimensional superstring models, but when it comes to human health, we prefer to stay lodged in a 4-dimensional reality.

All it takes to prove that we’re electromagnetic beings is to connect two points on our body to a voltage meter, and observe the results. As Soviet scientists would first discover, the voltage on our skin could also be influenced by our thoughts, an observation that led to both the lie detector and the need to add a further dimension to our thinking.


Professor William A. Tiller, a professor of materials science and engineering at Stanford University, takes the mind-wave model for a ride in his norm-busting work Science and Human Transformation (1997). He uses precise measurements on human subjects to demonstrate the power of mind over matter. QiGong masters who elevate their palm temperatures between ~4º- 5º centigrade with mental focus. Meditators whose intentionality shows up in electrocardiogram (ECG) and electroencephalogram (EEG) feeds. Mental shifts that translate to chemical changes in hormone and immune systems.

“My working hypothesis is that we are primarily elements of spirit, indestructible and eternal and multiplexed in the Divine. As such, we have a mechanism of perception which is a ten-dimensional mind domain,” says Tiller, in a manner that doesn’t sound like an Ivy League engineering professor.

Mind and matter have a secret love affair in our classical world. The notion steps on religious models where a higher force oversees the creation. But if consciousness is an energy field, it’s more accurate to say that we are part of the higher force.


Evolutionary biologist Robert Wright whose sole focus has been to study the propagation of microbial populations, fauna and flora, also proposes that our real driver is conscious energy (Ec). We strive towards Ec like hungry, energetic beasts, through trial and error, destruction and construction, competition and co-operation, extinction and rebirth, in a wave-like motion, with the overall direction being higher consciousness.

With sufficient Ec, we can modify our thinking and patterned behavior by increasing the laws of observation. The resistance built into the octave necessitates increasing co-operation between increasingly complex entities, like bacteria and humans. Again, great job description for Ec.

How do Schumann resonances fit into this picture?

The Schumann resonance is a planetary wave, generated by the upper layers of our atmosphere, which happens to be an excellent conductor. Lightning feeds the planet with an extremely low frequency (ELF) band which begins at 7.83Hz and extends over five frequencies. Winfried Schumann himself, the son of a physical chemist, was eager to prove that the earth has a pulse, as does any sphere within a sphere where the two are charged and rotate.

And so it goes.

The negatively charged earth interacts with the positively charged ionosphere, creating a belt that controls the pulse of life.

Think of it this way. Schumann resonance is a conscious thought generated by the planet, and we are all part of that thought. Psychiatrist Hans Berger used the first EEG machine to measure the human brain frequency in the 1920s, the result matched with the Schumann resonance. From an electromagnetic perspective, we and the planet are one.

The University of Dusseldorf and the Max Planck Institute for Behavioral Physiology experimented with test subjects who were holed up in bunkers, isolated from Schumann resonances over several weeks. The volunteers suffered emotional distress, migraines and other problems, which were reversed after the scientists re-introduced Schumann frequencies into the bunkers.

Schumann resonances are naturally scarce in cities, where the network of cement buildings and insulated streets form a type of Faraday’s cage. How significant is the effect on our energy level? Take a walk in open nature after being holed up for a few days and judge it for yourself. Lack of Schumann resonances is likely a significant cumulative factor in the global chronic disease and fatigue plague.

An equally damaging factor is the excess frequencies that we employ for modern living. We are the first generation of guinea pigs living under microwave radiation. The microwaves that operate our cellphones, wifi routers, relay stations, radar systems and microwave heaters cook up neurons and disrupt the coherence in living cells, the damage just happens to accumulate slowly.

Microwaves have been linked to brain tumors, cancer, Alzheimer’s, migraines, Parkinson’s, osteoporosis, skin problems, behavioral problems in children, and DNA damage, with little or no media exposure. Cellphone radiation also disrupts the blood-brain barrier, allowing heavy metals and other toxins to enter the brain. As recently as in 2016, a $25 million animal study proved a direct correlation between cellphone radiation and cancer⁠2, but it barely lit a match in the hallway of regulatory polemic.

Electromagnetically perceived, living healthy leads to higher cellular coherence in our body. This means a decent subjugation of harmful EMF as well. The higher the coherence, the better the cells are at producing and distributing energy. We’re designed to be thermodynamic miracles, human combustion engines that produce up to 5,000 times more energy, pound per pound, than the sun.

This is the energy that the mind has power over, if we are ready to adopt the Quantum Relativistic reality.


Energy is the basis of everything. Body, mind and spirit. Only on different frequencies.

A sense of both biochemical and biophysical energy input is necessary to secure a healthy living environment and style.

The biochemical inputs – like food, water, sun and air – provide the raw energy. If you compromise a raw input, there will be trouble. Processed foods and simple carbohydrates wreak havoc on the cell, for example, by depriving it from essential nutrients, but the resulting cellular wear and tear wouldn’t necessarily manifest until 20 years later as a tumor. In a way, the tumor manifests as the accumulation of energy deficiency on cellular level. Like most forms of chronic disease. With frequency medicine, the problem would show up as reduced coherence, something that can be addressed decades before it has the opportunity to manifest as a biochemical symptom.

Beyond the raw energy inputs, we have to make sure we interact with Schumann Resonances, aka nature, and eliminate excess unnatural radiation from our environment. There is no need to become a recluse, simple tricks like switching routers and phones off for the night, may give cells enough of a break to repair the damage at night, when most of the healing happens in any case. The better sleep alone is worth it.

In the near future, we have the capability of increasing Schumann Resonances artificially, to give coherence a chance in the home environment. Sign up for the newsletter below to stay tuned.

Jan Wellmann
Founder & Health Coach
Energy For Living


1 William A. Tiller, PhD, 1997 “Science and Human Transformation”

2 https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/major-cell-phone-radiation-study-reignites-cancer-questions/

Published in Truth-OutNation Of Change, OpenDemocracy, DisInfo


It’s Monday morning and you’re preparing your first cup of coffee when the tanks roll into your neighborhood. Phone lines are cut, curfew is activated, and doors are broken down.

You sigh. It’s another “cleanout day” in the not too distant future.

The War On Terror has infiltrated every layer of society. Internet sites track the spread of extremism like the CDC tracks a lethal virus. The threat is pandemic and online news sources agree: In order to keep you safe, weekly cleanout campaigns must ramp up all across the nation – yet again.

Today you just happen to be in the red zone.

The main annoyance about being in a red zone is usually the loss of your phone signal. But today is different.

A close friend has gone missing – along with his past. Online he is linked to terrorist affiliations. The rest of his life has been erased.

You post a “WTF” remark on social media and 60 minutes later you hear a loud bang as the front door crashes in.

Dystopia As A Recurring Theme

The dystopian reality where everyone is a suspect and the war is an ongoing battle to “keep you safe” is a recurring theme in literature, sci-fi, movies, and historical reality – from Terry Gilliam’s Brazil to Augusto Pinochet’s Chile.

Dystopia is an archetypal projection of the future because it’s a repetitive construct of our past.

From the rise of the Hellenic tyranny to the 20th century dictators, tyrants have maintained power by waging clandestine wars against the citizens who doubt their legitimacy. It’s the perfect self-perpetuating machine. Enemies feed the totalitarian society with a purpose while the economy is fed with a permanent war.

It would be overly buoyant to expect that we’ve learned enough from our past to avoid a recurrence. Looking at the current fundamentals, you could argue that the table is set. We live in the midst of a burgeoning military industrial complex that Roosevelt warned us 50 years ago. Forty percent of every U.S. income tax dollar is spent on defense. Out of 162 countries studied by the Institute For Economics and Peace in 2014, only 11 were not in a conflict.

To build a tyranny, you first have to set the Reichstag on fire.

Meanwhile we’re still in the honeymoon phase of Internet’s promise. Cyberspace makes life more convenient, transparent, and in some ways a bit safer. Citizen surveillance catches racist cops and serial pedophiles. Even Arab Spring launched online. Unjust systems watch out for tweets. Only a few regimes remain immune, like North Korea where Internet is used exclusively by the government.

(North Korea is a gift to mankind because it provides a lucid example of how directly proportional the proliferation of alternate viewpoints is to the level of cultural evolution. Having a conversation with a North Korean is about as inspiring as having a conversation with a 19th century gramophone.)

Despite all the obvious advantages of total connectivity, the technological upside of digital tyranny is almost too sweet to pass up.

The Internet is an open system that already contains enough individual metrics to predict and alter your future behavior. Done right, digital totalitarianism doesn’t have to become apparent. It can layer up snugly with a seemingly normal society, growing innocently along with customer service quality.

Facebook can already predict your personality type, length of your relationship and job performance and use them to target you with products, content and activity. A British MP recently called for a parliamentary investigation of Facebook after finding out about their experimentation with “massive-scale emotional contagion” (a psychological technique to “converge” group emotions). More than two million American voters were influenced by a Facebook psychology experiment in the 2012 presidential election, and a similar, more massive campaign was executed on Election Day 2014 – with a Republican landslide.

For Facebook, it’s a way to improve conversion rates, but imagine these algorithms in the wrong hands. “Soft attacks” that erode your life by manipulating your social circle, credit record, career opportunities, and financial records. “Hard attacks” that erase your digital identity overnight and leave the vestiges for the cleanout crew.

Digital dystopia starts with the best of intentions. It can end up as a game changer for our species – by altering our evolutionary course.

The Evolution Factor

Evolution is driven by a simple principle that has both a purpose and a direction, proposes Robert Wright, a Princeton scholar and pioneer in the study of Evolutionary Psychology, in his book Non-Zero: The Logic Of Human Destiny.

The principle is communication – communication that leads to co-operation between increasingly complex entities, like cells or humans.

Cells formed because molecules began communicating with each other via chemical interaction through trial and error. The successful exchanges became the building blocks of life, after an infinite number of mistakes. The cells communicated with each other to form organisms and the organisms eventually united into a multi-organism known as human.

Life seems so incredibly precious because we’re the result of a series of infinitesimally improbable communication successes.

Biological evolution takes billions of years because it takes a generation to pass on a gene. Cultural evolution can take a quantum leap within years, weeks, or even hours – because it spreads via memes (ideas) that can combine, mutate and propagate instantly – if not hindered.

The modern human brain doesn’t differ from the caveman brain in terms of processing capacity. What sets us apart from the Cro-Magnon is our ability to exchange ideas faster.

Modern civilization started the day we invented the alphabet. It accelerated logarithmically the day we built the printing press. The next quantum steps came with electronic communication. As a result, the last century became a fury of cultural evolution. The bulk of what we have achieved and destroyed has unfolded in the last 100 years. The planet is a mess, alas, but meanwhile we’ve developed the tools to become truly powerful communicators (a trait that can also be used to save the planet).

With Internet, the next evolution phase is going to be fury to the power of three.

Only by controlling the principal infrastructure for communication can we hinder the inevitable progress of our species. Which in our case will increasingly be the Internet.

In the past when tyrants built ruling systems that limited the free exchange of ideas, a revolution eventually dismantled their regime. But what if the communication architecture was controlled by the tyrant?

The only way to stop the dystopian future is to spot the early symptoms, before it gets deep into our circuitry.

The Numbness Factor

We already know that the major portals and telecommunications companies are forced to co-operate with the NSA. That PRISM siphons the bulk of our communications and personal data. That 12,000 lobbyists in Washington are making sure the government is an extension of corporate policy, including portal policy. Google has become one of the biggest lobbying spenders in Washington D.C.

Yet we’re numb to it all. We live in an age of information glut where it’s difficult to distinguish between caliber journalism and conspiratorial garbage. And we don’t want to risk being associated with the latter. Investigative jewels, like Julian Assange’s recent Google Is Not What It Seems, risk getting lost in the noise.

Julian’s piece outlines how two Google executives, in particular CEO Eric Schmidt and Director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen, have been getting cozy with the State Department, especially Hillary Clinton. Schmidt takes trips to Afghanistan and sets up think tanks that support US foreign policy. He hangs out with Kissinger, joins the Council on Foreign Relations as the “terrorism expert”, and states in his own book that information companies are the future “Lockheed Martins” in the fight against terrorism. Schmidt also enters into “formal information-sharing” agreements with the NSA, develops applications co-funded with the CIA, and launches spy satellites into space with the Pentagon.

Knock knock, anyone? Google already controls two thirds of the information we access on the Internet. A top-level affiliation between the dominant Internet engine, the military, the spy system, and the government is not just Bolognese.

Schmidt is most likely an incredibly brilliant guy who is following his conscience about what’s right. He may be thinking that American foreign policy may need a digital nudge to make the world a safer place. But he is facilitating an unholy alliance. What Schmidt doesn’t know is which power players may be controlling the algorithms tomorrow and with what intent.

Google hanging out with State Department may seem insignificant in the bigger scope of things. The problem is that it’s not an isolated event. It’s a drop in a flood.

The Endgame

Robert Wright finishes Non-Zero with a prediction about our destiny. But first he makes certain that we understand that evolution has nothing to do with the concept of ethics. The future is neither good nor bad.

Wright believes that evolution has a clear direction, an endgame that all cellular life tends to move towards – and it’s a benevolent one. As long as human societies are allowed to evolve without an interfering force, like a tyranny or a totalitarian structure, we move toward it.

It’s called consciousness.

Not only individual consciousness but the whole enchilada. A planetary-wide blooming that erases distinctions between organisms, fauna and flora, and creates one happy ball of light, before it goes intergalactic.

It sounds more like Philip K. Dick, and could take another billion years, but Wright is a scientist. He’s simply been observing how we roll.

That’s what we risk if we interfere with the Internet.

A happy ball of light.