There are three significant aspects of cancer:

  1. Liquid

2. Biochemistry

3. Ether/Subquantum Physics

Each one plays a role in the development of cancer and the progression or reversal of cancer.  By understanding these changes we have reversed cancer and helped patients to heal.

Liquid: The structure of water carries with it frequencies that are generated by DNA but also by pathogens and can be greatly disturbed by metals, such as aluminum, etc., Graphene, and fluoride (a monoatomic anion of fluorine).

Fluoride is the most electronegative element in the periodic table. They alter the structure of water from hexagonal, liquid crystals, that can carry information to a pathogenic “destructured” water, losing its ability to carry information in the cell from DNA. (Jhon) 

Healthy cells have a negative charge on their DNA and this picks up the hydrogens in water creating a battery-like effect with the difference between H+ and distance from it, OH-. EZ Water is an example of a battery activity from a hydrophilic surface creating a charge gradient in water. (Pollack)

The hydrophilic surface on healthy DNA pulls in the H+ and stabilizes the DNA structure. The structured water that this negative charge on the DNA is helping to create, establishes a frequency harmony, along with the chromosome, 528 Hz frequency which also structures water. This helps to keep DNA stable and helps with its “battery-like” effect.

These healthy frequencies can also be additionally disturbed by viruses, bacteria and other pathogens interfering with the healthy frequencies of DNA. In cancer cells, there is only 20% structured water, whereas in healthy cells it is 80 % structured water.

This explains the importance of detoxification in cancer.

Biochemistry/BioPhysics: The changes in the cells of cancer are multiple. They range from the membrane of the cancer cell being fluid and allowing many minerals needed for cell replication to come inside such as calcium, to the cytoplasm of changes in cyclic nucleotides and finally, ornithine decarboxylase (the rate-limiting step in DNA synthesis).

In the nucleus/mitochondria, there is a major change also, which is altering the oxidation in the mitochondria, and which is no longer in glucose oxidation or aerobic metabolism but rather changed into glycolysis, an anaerobic metabolism (Warburg).

This change in cancer pulls back the mitochondria, hyperpolarizing it, to reject the pyruvate from entering the cell and create instead lactic acid through the Cori cycle. This changes the pH and that changes the cellular activity itself and other factors not yet known such as the potential to change frequencies or mediators emitted from the cell that can affect the growth of cancer cells. 

There are many growth factors stimulating tumors to grow, such as fibroblastic growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor, and changes in macrophages from an M1 to a tumor growth factor M2.

The lactic acid also changes the gastrointestinal bacteria lowering the immune system. The immune system is additionally suppressed by factors such as histamine, which stimulates tumor growth and suppresses the immune system, from the mast cells that also change in the environment around a tumor, to releasing Interleukin 10 an immune suppressor that shifts down the Th1 (cancer killer cells) to Th2 and increases T suppressor cells such as FoxP3 cells.

Additionally, there is an activation of myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSC) which can be inactivated by an antihistamine, cimetidine or beta-glucans. This is why mast cells must also be addressed in reversing cancer. 

What these factors or frequencies are in cancer are not fully known.

Apparently, the cancer cell is similar to a fetal cell in its ability to protect itself. This may partially be from the expression of the human endogenous Retroviruses active in tumor cells. Their frequency may play an important role in cancer.  

Ether/Subquantum: As strange as it may seem, the thoughts and visualization from the brain can alter the cancer cell to help it reverse its activity and go into remission. Past traumas can disturb the homeostasis in a cell and allow it to develop into a cancer cell just as simple as can a carcinogen in an animal mode. (Hamer)

These emotions must be additionally dealt with, as they are as important as Biochemistry, Immunology and Toxicology. This is one of the most important steps in healing cancer. It is apparently the area of quantum or subquantum healing. Healing by thought and/or prayer.                                                            

Prof Dr. D. F. Flavin,   www.collmed.org