Scientist and filmmaker David Sereda discussed his latest research on differentials, Zero Point Energy, and the hidden harmonic codes of the universe. "What I've discovered the way the universe is really working is…there are actual precise harmonic codes which are multiple frequencies working in tandem together, kind of like a symphony," he said. These exact dimensions of energies and ratios "produce something that is utterly miraculous and it can lead to anything from antigravity to infinite energy," he continued.
Using mathematical calculations, Sereda conducted lab experiments, building a small harmonic set of wave generators which he used with stones. Certain stones, he explained, have the capacity to hold an electrical charge, and he was able to program codes into the stones, such that they could raise a person's electrical current by touching them. These differential harmonic codes could act "as conduits to extract energy out of the zero point field and pull it into the physical dimension," he stated.
Sereda drew connections from his discoveries to the design and building of the pyramids at Giza which he believes exhibit precise harmonic ratios and dimensions which could have only been arrived at through space/ET technology. He plans to use his harmonic code technology to broadcast a message towards the Pleiades.
First hour guest Dr. Betty Martini gave an update on the dangers of aspartame, the artificial sweetener used in hundreds of products such as diet sodas and chewing gum. She cited studies connecting aspartame usage with cancer and diabetes, and noted that when using the sweetener in combination with other additives such as MSG, it can inhibit nerve growth. She recommended natural alternatives such as Just Like Sugar.
A one-of-a-kind pink Bottlenose dolphin has become an attraction after it surfaced in an inland lake in Louisiana. A charter boat captain who saw the animal, which is actually an albino, described it as "absolutely stunningly pink." More at . The Telegraph
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