The Quantum Theory of Holy Languages
The quantum theory of holy languages (QTHL) encompasses the three most influential fields of knowledge: science kabbalah, quantum physics and mathematic. Applications of this theory in alternative medicine by use existing human experience has many practical statements. In essence, all of QTHL is founded on following fundamental presuppositions:
1. Electricity and magnetic energy exist in the human body, controlling the heartbeat, stimulating muscles, etc. Each molecule in the human body actually contains a small amount of electricity and magnetic energy. Every cell resonates at a particular frequency. Our physical, mental, emotional, and intuitive energies are corresponding to the unique electromagnetic vibrations.
2. The processes that within a human being and between human beings and their environment are managed by electromagnetic vibrations.
3. Indicium's, human society, the nature and universe form ecology of complex systems and sub-systems all of which interact and mutually influence each other through electromagnetic vibrations
4. The Holy Hebrew is the unique language based on kabalistic sources. The letters and words in Hebrew are coded by a special way. This code describes the harmony of electromagnetic vibrations of light.
5. The sacred texts are coded by codes of electromagnetic vibrations of light, which are depended from properties of letters, words and phrases in Holy Hebrew.
6. The sacred texts codes describe the harmony of colors, as the proportional correlations of RGB (red green blue).
7. Healing Colors Environment is formed by use of the proportional correlations RGB and practical information around psychology of colors and therapeutic properties of colors
The quantum theory of holy languages is addressing to the unique properties of Holy Hebrew in order to coming to conclusive proofs how electromagnetic vibrations and universal harmony of colors are coded in sacred texts. Electromagnetic vibrations or electromagnetic healing is one of the most profound and fundamental alternative therapies in the field of alternative medicine and holistic health that includes bio resonance, sound therapy, color therapy, bio electromagnetic fields etc Therefore this theory have a potential to offer numerous innovations in future.
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