#152 My amazing guest today is Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, with a truly mind-blowing conversation revolving around the concept of cell regeneration and aging. Todd is a medical doctor, formally trained at Johns Hopkins University. Subsequently, when he was the Chief Medical Resident in the Georgetown University, he experienced a deep insight into a method for matching the vibrational states of biological molecules to neutralize toxins and enhance human biochemical functions.
In this conversation, Todd tells us all about the potential of Qi laser technology to stimulate the cellular regeneration pathways by direct application to the body. We talk about the potentials of extending the human life span, resolving imbalances caused by generational stress and trauma, and how we can cure diseases by affecting their frequencies. If you are interested in aging backwards and resolving the stress which stores in your body, then this is the episode for you.
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About Dr Todd: Dr. Todd Ovokaitys M.D did his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. After 2 years hee was accepted to an accelerated medical training program at Johns Hopkins University Medical School in Baltimore, Maryland. During this time Dr. Todd also studied voice and classical guitar at the Peabody Institute. He received both BA and MD degrees from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Todd’s subsequent training included an Internship and Residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. He was invited to be a Chief Medical Resident in the Georgetown University system, responsible for the teaching program of medical students, interns, and residents. While at Georgetown, Dr. Todd experienced a deep insight into an elegant method for matching the vibrational states of biological molecules to neutralize toxins and enhance human biochemical functions.
He ultimately co-developed a fundamentally new laser electromagnetic resonance technology called QiLaser. Dr. Ovokaitys’s Qi laser technology platform also has the potential to stimulate the cellular regeneration pathways by direct application to the body. The range of modalities also includes the state of the art of stem cell therapies, particularly amplified umbilical cord blood stem cells as well as autologous stem cells derived from the person being treated that are then concentrated and delivered back to the person from whom they were derived. Dr Todd also leads Gematria, a nutritional research and development firm.
Key points with time stamp:
- Todd’s work in his own words (0:19)
- The beginnings of Todd’s work (1:42)
- How is vibration at the molecular level measured? (5:29)
- Is our material world made up of frequencies? (13:45)
- Are we able to alter the nature of matter using frequencies and cure diseases? (14:30)
- What lifestyle choices can be detrimental to our health? (17:50)
- Is trauma held in the body and does it effect the resonance? (22:57)
- What are the potentials for human health and longevity? (30:35)
- Will extending the human life span using science be accessible to the general public? (39:25)
- Todd’s hopes for a shift in consciousness following the pandemic (41:19)
- Where to find Todd’s work and song, The Victory Song (48:06)
- Todd’s morning routine (52:19)
- What Todd leaves us with (55:23)
Mentioned in this episode:
- Nikola Tesla
- Callahan, a biophysicist
- Iterative Mathematics
- Bruce Lipton
- Gabor Mate
- Isabelle Benarous
- Da Vinci 50
- Aubrey de Grey
- Ending Aging (2007), a book by Aubrey de Grey
- Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever (2004), book by Ray Kurzweil
- Growing Younger (2019), Todd’s book
- The Book of Knowledge: The keys of Enoch (1977), book by James J. Hurtak
- Qigong practice
- Taoist principles
- Peptide therapy
Dr Todd Ovokaitys’ Website:
The Victory Song:
The Book of Knowledge:
Good to go. All right. 321 Todd, welcome to the podcast.
My pleasure guy. And so glad to be here, we had a little bit of pre interview chat, I think it’d be fun to see where we go with it.
I know I’m truly excited. And that’s been something I’ve been racking my brains over the last couple of days is is where to take this episode. And everyone that has worked always goes organically. So I’ll be interested to see where it goes today. But before we dive in, I always ask everyone on the show, if you were at an intimate dinner party right now with a bunch of strangers, and this user sit next to someone and they asked you what you did for a living? What would you say?
I say that my work has to do with creating the ultimate of everything. Wow, the greatest in health the greatest in awareness, the greatest in human capability, unlocking all the things that we’re capable of doing. And it’s multi dimensional across our pioneering work in stem cell therapy, our work with creating advanced nutritional supplementation that is high vibrational and clinically validated, it has to do with psycho emotional medicine, the ability to literally deconstruct a condition just by finding the emotional root of it. And that can literally be reversing conditions just with using the right words in the right way.
You know, my first thought there is How the hell do you cover so many areas to bring together to to have the momentum of moving forward of the evolution? You know that that just blows my mind in itself? Where do you start with all this? I don’t know if that’s the best question. But I’m just curious to see. How does it how does it work for you? What do you What are you looking at? and looking for then I should say?
Right? Well, we’ve been beginning with the idea of vibrational medicine. So it all began with the idea of the importance of DNA. And even when I was in grade school, when I was 13 years old, I just had a deep internal knowingness that if we understood everything about DNA, that we would know how to reverse any disease to perform at a different level and to completely re script the human lifespan, and the human life experience. So I’ve inserted that since I’ve been in eighth grade. And everything is really flowed from that certainty. So it begins with DNA begins with vibrational medicine. And then the latest evolution, this is literally how our thinking has crystallized just in the past few weeks, is that what we’re working on, in part is what I would call VB PS are very best protocols. So if there is any issue and of course, I’m an MD by training, Johns Hopkins and Georgetown is where I did my medical school and internship residency, Chief residency and fellowship in intensive care medicine. So I’ve done all of that in terms of the formal training just to understand the landscape of human biology, and the capability of current medical therapeutics. So that’s the prerequisite to being able to dive deeper. And so very best protocols have to do with whatever name an intention, name or condition. It’s multi layered, it’s multi dimensional, if you really want to create the best result for anything. You can’t just address one part of it. There’s the cellular biological part, there is the biochemical, physiological part. There’s the cycle, emotional part, there’s the spiritual part, there’s the vibrational part, the intentional part, it all works together. And for a given person, the key to unlocking their situation, a whether it’s simply a medical condition to improve or to relieve, or whether it’s wanting to achieve a high level of fitness, or a higher level of cognitive function, that there is often a place you need to start You always have to find a way to create the first proof of improvement, the brain needs to see that you can get better. Once the brain knows you can get better, you start taking the limit of how much better you can get, you have to start somewhere, create an improvement, but then, for each person, you need a multi layered menu of what you can use to create the best result.
on it, got it. Because you know it, there’s two things that jumped out at me then. One is that the current medical status tends to look at things in isolation, which is, seems to be an issue in terms of disease anyway. And the other thing I was thinking about what you said, then is when it comes to measuring, so the brain knows we can see progress. So I’m assuming that feeds into our intention, and almost maneuvering forward that we we are supporting ourselves instead of sabotaging ourselves in our progress. And by measuring. I was reading on your website that you were measuring at a molecular level and the speed of the vibration and then actually creating a vibration to match or influence the vibration that’s going on at the molecular level. How do you measure that? How do you how do you see the improvements there?
It depends on the system. So one example, our very earliest work, the original reason that the laser technology that we use for a variety of multi dimensional purposes now. And that gets into some pretty interesting physics, where we create a beam, where we combine waves so that light becomes invisible, multi dimensional and goes forward and backward in time or create timelessness out of photons. It’s very interesting. And the inspiration for that came with a profound insight I had when I was working in the intensive care units doing pulmonary in intensive care medicine at Georgetown. So I was a pulmonary fellow. And one of the things that I was doing a lot of was bronchoscopic procedures on patients with AIDS, they often develop pneumonia. And unlike a normal person who develops the monese usually just one thing, it’s no caucus or it’s marvelous. It’s one thing or another. But with HIV, it’s usually multifaceted. You can’t just get one diagnosis, it could be five different things causing that problem, I don’t be one thing. But it could be five things, you have to do a lot more intensive diagnostic procedures, often actually passing a tube through the nose, down the windpipe into the lung and actually getting biopsies and washings just to see everything that it possibly could be. And while in the midst of doing that, I just had an insight. And the insight was that it’s probable of the wasn’t known what at the time, that somehow the genetic material of HIV folded differently or structured differently than the human genetic material. And the core concept is very basic physics, which is the principle of natural resonance, which means that everything physical in the cosmos, everything from the energy levels in an atom to the bond between two atoms to a crystal wineglass at an opera singer can shatter if she hits the right note that’s in resonance with it to a bridge that if the wind gusts in the right way in resonance, it can actually shake it up and break it up to Nikola Tesla putting a little oscillator at the beam at the base of a big building that was starting to shake the building down because they hit the natural frequency of it to a whole planet. Everything in the universe that’s material has a natural way that it vibrates. Its so called natural frequencies at its fundamental frequency. So the idea was if there was some structural difference, that there would be a vibrational difference and we could potentially use that as a way to literally vibrate HIV into something that was no longer pathological pathogenic. So it’s a long way to ask us to answer fascinating Yeah, absolutely
To use it as an example. A biophysicist named Callahan was a Ritter engineer in World War Two and when he left that that he began to study of all things, the antennas of insects, so He understood antenna theory, and everything is scalable. So, for example, he could tell you why cabbage moth could detect one part in a million billion billions of cabbage molecules in the air, because of the way that that molecule vibrates the antennas in the mouth, which is a structural, vibrational resonance issue. So what he did, he made it a scale model of the glycoprotein. The so called spikes on the surface of HIV, have a similar material, any played frequencies until he found resonance and scaled it back. And he calculated the so called primary coherent frequency, which then translates to a wavelength. And then based on that as a fundamental, I found the harmonic that was the visible wavelength. And that was what we used for our HIV related treatments.
Wow. And what were the results like?
So when we created the specialized waveform that we create when we combine waves, in a special way, so this gets into our core physics, lasers, which I began studying when I was in the third grade, by the way.
That’s pretty fun. So I could tell you when I was in the third grade, that laser stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.
Wow, I did not know that.
Mm hmm. And what a laser does it create waves of light that are in phase. And because they’re in phase that creates an amplified wave, what we have invented and patented, is an optical device that allows us to take those waves and alter their pathway so that the waves combine exactly out of phase. And when you combine them out of phase, you cancel the electric and magnetic field vectors, and it becomes invisible. Wow. So it’s in optical terms, it’s simply causing interference. And when the waves are in phase, and they amplify it’s called constructive interference. When they’re out of phase, and it cancels, it’s called destructive interference, we created in essence, a way to create so called non infringing destructive interference. So what’s wild Is that another way of showing that wave where the ways literally some eight to a sum zero, is one way of going to the right, in phase with a wave going to the left. And a physical interpretation is that the wave going to the brightest going forward in space and time and the one going the other direction is going backwards in space and time.
So, hence, going forward and back in time will be on time.
Right? Or it’s time less time less sorry. Yes. So it’s creating the physical concept, or the construct of what’s called the eternal now, where past present future collapses into a singularity. It’s creating it out of waves of light.
So, so that’s what…the because that’s what the Yogi’s, everybody’s been talking about the omnipresence which is beyond that, right? Which is what you’re speaking of now. So I’m just trying to get my head around a little bit, then if everything is frequency, like what you explained incredibly well, then, and it’s oscillating beyond time and into time, does that mean then that frequency is actually creating the material world? And by changing the frequency you’re actually affecting the matter, as it manifests in this world? Is that how am I that’s how my head is going? But I don’t know.
That is one interpretation. Yes. Okay. literally changing the sub structure in the void that rearranges the quantum potentials that alters the nature of the matter. Yes.
Wow. How much?
And to answer your question,Yeah. When we used that wave form. With the wavelength that was tuned to the virus by virtue of the quantum modeling of the so called frequency of those protein spikes of the virus, the carrier wave alone, just that frequency in that wave anti wave form, when we applied it to human cells, in fact, with HIV, that alone was able to reduce the production of virus by roughly 80%.
when we went a step further, and this required doing so called quantum chemistry, and this required a supercomputer, and it’s basically a model, whereby you look at a molecule as weights and springs, and the atomic mass is, is the correlate of the mass. And the bond strength is the correlate of the spring constant. And this is all in oscillation, there are different angles and different vectors. And there’s a type of complex math called iterative mathematics, where you do calculations over and over to get a closer and closer approximation of the overall effect. So for each of the amino acids, we calculated, the so called a coherent frequency, the literally the overall frequency of that amino acid structure, as well as the so called quality of resonance, which does a number of times you have to stimulate something to get it into full resonance. So, for example, you are singing the note to shatter the wineglass, you have to, you have to have those oscillations coming a certain number of times to build it to resonance to the point that the glass will shatter, for example. So the Q factor is in number of cycles, the number of times you need to ring the bell as if the bell to ring as loud as it’s going to ring. So we can’t do those calculations. Now we looked at a replication protein for the virus. And then we found that there were a certain number of extra pieces of information we had to add to the signal. And if we create a complex enough signal modulating onto the carrier wave, we could inhibit the virus below detectability. Just with frequency.
That’s amazing. Yeah, this never gets talked about, and even what’s going on in the world right now. With a respiratory issue.
Right. I got.
So what is getting us into trouble in the first place? Do you think because obviously, we can I mean, I’m not I’m saying obviously. But my mind is thinking we can go and we can look at these things, multi dimensionally, and work with it and get it back into resonance, or even better than it’s ever resonated before. Right? What are what is going on in our in the external world? That’s getting us into trouble in the first place?
Which dimension of trouble? Are you talking about?
I guess ill health and disease like, you know, the lifestyle choices we’re making? because quite often we see people only raise it like themes thinking now my mindset has worked in the past that we were looking for an external thing to, to repair and fix something. But then we’re not addressing the other end of some of the choices that we’re making that’s getting us into ill health in the first place.
Well, that is also a multi layered answer, multi level question. And it’s a multi layered answer. And it might be easy to pick a particular issue, as opposed to like, the issues of humanity in general. That said, I can make some overall comments, please. And whatever the condition, even if it’s an infectious disease, and this is a bit a little bit controversial. So I am an MD with a very strong conventional training. So I understand the landscape of Western medicine, and its model and its way of diagnosing and treating conditions. So there’s that and it’s powerful, and it’s helpful in many circumstances. And the reason I do what I do now is because I found that it was incomplete. There was another layer of understanding to really get to the core of things to get to the root of things and At the basis of any disturbance, whether it’s a physical health condition, or a, even a psychological or psychiatric issue, fundamentally, things go back to how we are individually programmed. And that has to do with the things that are said while we’re in the womb, that go into our psyches, literally as posthypnotic suggestions, and if you read some work like that of Dr. Bruce Lipton, who is reviewing the whole literature, that up to the time, we’re seven, much of everything we hear, our brains are such that they are receiving everything as though it’s a command from the outside environment. So whatever whatever is, whatever is said to us or about us, particularly by those that we view as important for our survival, especially our parents, and teachers, and relatives, friends, and family, all that fits together, that each of us has, what a particular stratum of unresolved unconscious conflicts, big stresses that we’ve had, that we bury in our subconscious, to keep us from being exhausted and distracted, we just hide it away. And based on what those conflicts are, that is what tends to express itself in different types of imbalance conditions, physical, emotional, and mental. And not only that, not just what we’ve experienced from the time we were in the womb to seven years old, and and there are other stresses and conflicts that happen after we are less prone to suggestion. In addition to that, we also carry the genealogical stresses of our parents and ancestors that they haven’t resolved either. Wow. Yeah. So one view of life, is that our purpose in life is to resolve our own instead of our ancestors in genealogical conflict. And once we resolve it for ourselves, or for our ancestors, we solve it for our clan. So that’s one answer of why there’s so many imbalances. There is the millennial history of all of humankind, and all the cultures on the earth and all the things that we’ve gone through and the various traumas, individually and collectively, that we have to process.
Beautiful, you know, I’ve had Dr. Bruce Lipton on speak about this and also Dr. Gabor Mate. Recently, I’m not sure if you’re familiar with him as well. But so would you then say it’s fair to say if we go back to the, the, the trauma or whatever the input is that has been held at an unconscious level? Is that being held in the body? And is that affecting the resonance?
Haha, good question. It’s an excellent question. There are many different theories about that. And there are many different systems of approaching and clearing those subconscious issues. I know Dr. Bruce Lipton likes Ne t, as or psych k as methods that he will use or recommend. There is one system that I’ve learned recently that I like because it’s really laser focused, and it’s practical. And it goes back, very interestingly to an oncologist in Germany, who developed testicular cancer. And he then very ingeniously made the connection between his cancer and the tragic loss of his 20 year old son. And he processed that trauma and his cancer disappeared. His wife had a similar trauma or very cancer, not testicular, she, prior to the trauma and it disappeared. And then he did the further exploration because he was an oncologist he looked for Is there a stress in each of these cases and what he found out that not only was there a stress, but their stress was typical for the specific type of cancer that was caused. That there was one One type that cause breast cancer, the type that caused lung cancer, the type that cause colon and liver cancer, and it was specific to that particular type of malignancy. And that in this construct, cancer wasn’t Renegade chaotic cells that were out to get us. cancer was a biological solution to allow us to survive into the next moment. For example, the conflict in breast cancer was worried over the survival of our children. And what does the brain have to work with? It has to the cells of our body. So mother worried about her child, metaphorically, is creating a super breast to create especially nutrient rich mouth to help to ensure the survival of her child. It’s simplistic and it’s basic, but the brain at its primal level is very, very basic and very metaphoric. And one of the viewpoints of the system, which does seem to be at least logically defensible, is that the brain doesn’t really differentiate if something is physically real, versus symbolic, or metaphorical or imaginary. It may we know this from hypnotherapy, we know from neuro linguistic programming, that our landscape works that way. If it’s real or imagined, subaqua metaphoric, it translates it the same way. And in this system, it is the perceived experience that determines where something translates to. Now, what was amazing about that work, which was a doctor Hummer, is that he found that based on the stress, the perceived experience of that stress, it actually translated to precise parts of the brain. And if the stress was big enough, there was actually a lesion, you could see on a CAT scan, that looked like dropping a pebble in a pond of water and seeing concentric circles. And the bigger the stress, the more literally intense the waveform extended, the ripples coming from that point, and based upon work went into the brain that also translated to the organ that was affected. So there are certain readers, I don’t know how many of them that are up by for, there are a few of them, that they can look at a CAT scan, they can say, Okay, well, this is where the big stresses were. And these are the organs that would be affected. And then based on whether you have the diagnosis, whether you have the scan that shows the part of the brain that’s affected, then based on the system, you know, the landscape of the particular type of conflict, and then it’s the art of asking the right questions to find a backdoor to get that which is hidden from view, release the emotion and have the way to relieve the stress. That is part of the dynamic of creating the condition. Wow. Wow.
That’s incredible, isn’t it?
Yeah. Yeah. It’s Burrell Atari. Yeah. I learned about it, it was it was mind blowing. And there’s a whole Lance, there’s actually, over 40 years of development of this art and the practitioners using it, there is a whole landscape. So every bone, every muscle, every nerve, every organ, has a specific conflict related to it. And depending upon the precise nature of their even subtle hues, to how those conflicts are shaded.
Wow. And then that’s been with us for so long. From the conscious mind, we just not even aware that that’s actually happening. Quite often,
part of the dynamic is that the conflict as well, often a little part of the brain, so that it no longer troubles us the metaphor is, say you buy this beautiful new home, and you’re really excited about living it but you get in it’s just full of junk. Like every room is full of junk, you can’t even move it’s full of so much junk. You don’t want to throw it all out. So maybe some of you actually discard but you’re still bunch you’re gonna save. So you take all that junk and you stuffed it into one room. That room isn’t so useful anymore because it’s full of all the junk. But then the rest of the house is livable. And that’s what the brain does. When it’s under a big stress. It literally forces it into one little corner. And that particular area becomes hard to view. It’s really interesting. We’ve sponsored trainings, but The three best people in the world I found that teach this particular art, they have different flavors of their expertise. It’s really fascinating. And when there is a particular conflict area being discussed, you know, who in the class has that? Because they keep asking, What did you say, in that particular part of life, that particular dynamic, that people have that conflict, they literally have trouble even hearing the words about it.
With all your research and looking at this, and how far can we take this? Like, what is our potential because I know you’ve been looking at human potential, and even longevity? And, you know, I mean, for me, on a personal level, I’d love to think I’m gonna grow young as I get older, or at least, you know, have a great quality of life when I’m older and not just drag myself across the finish line, you know? What is your research? And where are your findings? Where does your mind go with all this?
Well, as we discussed before we came on our team, our group really is focused now on this idea that we’re calling the best human potential. And that actually was coined with a conversation I had with one of my mentors in this area that I talked about with this psycho emotional medicine, or integrative psycho biology is another phrase you could use. For fact, after we have our discussion, I’m going to be having a session with her and and a client to get to the motion would have their issue and aim to clear it. So her name is Isabelle benarous. And she is part of the tradition of pioneering and the phrases as best human potential. And it’s this whole idea of going beyond this sort of tame notion of health and wellness. Of course, it’s it’s great to pay attention to your diet, your exercise your lifestyle, doing yoga, meditating, taking appropriate nutritional supplementation, because you don’t have everything we need in our food anymore. No other things are relevant to, to being healthy and well. Yet, health and wellness is only part of the equation. And some people define health as well. You don’t have diabetes, or high blood pressure, or elevated cholesterol, or any neurologic issues. So you’ve basically healthy and health, defined as the absence of a diagnosed disease, I think, is extremely limited. So the idea of human potential really is what are we capable of becoming? What can we aspire to, in terms of this one, look at one critical dynamic, you know, what is our potential for longevity?And I’ve recently been invited to be part of the fact that they have something called the da Vinci 50, which are the gathered, experts, I guess you want to call it or authorities are pioneers in the area of human longevity. We are now at a point with what we understand with our biology, chemistry, the way DNA works, that there are many people, including, say Aubrey de Grey, who wrote the book ending aging, who boldly wrote in the book that people reading this book today did live to be 1000 years or more. And if you ask the question, well, how is it possible? If it appears that the human lifespan is limited to about 120? So if you look at the world record, in terms of how long people have lived that are documented, right? And we hear about Yogi’s in India that they saved hundreds of years and that may be true, but it’s kind of hard to document. There was a an herbalist in China, who was said to live to be 256 years old and his secret was taking goji berries, also called the mortal berries. And that said science typically says 120 appears to be what limits it and there are two ages clocks in DNA. One is called telomeres, the other is called DNA methylation. And when the telomeres shortened by about 50%, from the length that were born, or when there was a loss of about 40% of the methyl groups that are our little chemical tags and specific parts of our DNA, that either of those conditions tends to limit the human lifespan when you lose that much your telomeres that much of your methylation, that the cells tend to lose the ability to regenerate, and that that ends the human lifespan. Well, even the work we’re doing with stem cells, already suggests a workaround. So you’ve probably wondered about biblical health like, Methuselah, Genesis 527, who was said to live to be 969 years? I say, Well, people have been close to that. Now is that is that even possible. And what we’re working with now, and we’re about to publish, actually, in what could be a bit of a groundbreaking paper that we’re calling the Manchester paper, is there’s this incredible type of stem cell in the body, called a V STL, or very small embryonic like stem cell, that, for unknown reasons, goes into hibernation at around the time that we’re born. What that means is that whether you’re five or 50, or 90 years old, that these stem cells that have gone into hibernation, they maintain the telomere length of one day old cells. And what we’ve developed and proven are about to publish, is that with our laser technology, we are able to take those cells that we’ve separated just from someone’s blood. And when we stimulate them, the countable numbers go to much higher levels from report levels on the order of 1002 numbers, that can be even half a million per CC, that we all of a sudden have meaningful numbers for treatment. But also these freshly awakened cells have telomeres that are perfect match for you that your own cells that have to the mirrors as long as your newborn level. So we literally have the potential enter, doing even now the work of sending newborn Calvary stem cells to tissue that can repair that tissue and literally reset the aging clock. So what that one simple maneuver that we’re doing now means we’re changing the human potential lifespan, that alone could be profound. And that’s just one piece of all the pieces that are things we can do vibrationally, emotionally, nutritionally well, chemically, with what we do with elements of our mind, with intention with doing this process of relieving the emotional blocks to living longer, all these pieces can work together, and all these elements I expect are going to get better and better. So what is the potential for our human lifespan? I wouldn’t even put a particular limit on it right now. I mean, every five years, that number is probably going to change. And there was this interesting quote, written by the author of Fantastic Voyage live long enough to live forever, which is, which was Kurzweil. That if you live another five years, there’ll be the technology to extend life for 30 years. And then if you live 30 more years, we may have the ability to extend life to to no particular limit. We may have the potential, really to live almost as long as we may like to biologically while maintaining a youthful physiology. Wow.
That’s mind blowing. We’re really that close.
We’re that close, I think Yeah. Wow.
That’s really hard to even wrap your head around. Really, when you think about it. It’s incredible. Do you think that would be something that would be become quite accessible for people?
Well, I believe it’s going to become more and more accessible. And I think it’s more than just technological. And more and more, I believe it’s going to be people doing their personal homework. addressing their unconscious conflicts, yeah, which is really being the brave warrior literally fight out there but the fight you know, the inner demons as it were the things that haven’t been resolved either for the client or for you personally. And to the degree that we look at ourselves as vibrational conscious awareness beings, that hard that will be accomplished, maybe at some point, all of it just by a shift in consciousness state itself, and technology that will support our being able to live longer and healthier, even without doing all of the other work. But I think ultimately, the achievement of being able to live very youthful a very long time is going to be what happens with our vibrational state with our awareness states with doing our personal homework, with having the sort of life discipline where we understand energy, we use the breath, we address our emotional conflicts, we create an ambience of compassion as we do all those things, will not only do be able to live happier, more healthfully, I think also a lot longer. Amazing.
Are you with the year we’ve had so far? It has been quite a crazy year, to say the least. Yeah. Are you hopeful for for shifts in consciousness and the future of us
I’m more than hopeful, actually, I think it’s certain. And this pandemic, has served the purpose of what I will call a pattern interrupt. Until the pandemic was pretty much life as usual, people continue to under usual treadmills, whatever their pattern was, get up at a certain hour, you need to save, go to work, do your thing, come back, you know, watch whatever you do on the telly and press on. So it’s offered an opportunity just to people in general, much more than has ever been the case that I remember to really just stop for a moment, take a look at everything and reflect and just say, Wow, okay, is this the reality that I really care to continue? Is this what I would like to do is this what I want to continue to experience, but I want to shift my trajectory a little bit. And as you know, even a very small change in trajectory can make a very big change in destination. So I believe that this pandemic has offered a chance, despite all of the challenges of it, to give everyone an opportunity to sit back, stop, reflect, and really decide, the question is, you know, what is my personal direction? And where do I want to go? Where do I want to wind up? Where do I want to continue in this way, I think it’s actually part of something that could be quite constructive. And here’s something that is part of the organic evolution of our chat, which is, we haven’t talked about the part of our work that has to do with tones and the power of making certain tones with the voice that are like key codes to awakening. Remember, it’s in the cells, for want of a better word or to achieve certain states of awareness that are entered by vibrational patterns, that we only need our human voice to create especially gatherer groups of people to do it. And last September, in the sacred Villa mountains of Bulgaria, we gathered for a choir, called the wisdom choir, because it was near Sofia, when that’s the capital of Bulgaria. And my spiritual assignment for the choir was to write a piece of music called the victory song. And the victory song was stated to be what a civilization sings when it goes from duality consciousness to unity consciousness. And the idea is if we sing that now, we’re literally accelerating, bringing that positive future into the present, like a type of vibrational time machine to bring an enlightened future to us more quickly. And at that event, my assignment was to go from a two part correlation. pattern. So most of the choirs that we’ve created, we have large groups of people. And we have the fundamental choir that sings one type of pattern with particular notes. And then the harmonic choir that we often see even different syllables at different pitches, that creates a very complex series of overtones and harmonics. That has created some very profound altered states almost like plant medicine without needing the plants basically. Yeah. And the assignment was to go from two part to four parts to create literally a four part composition. And the name given to this piece of music. Last September was celebration of victory, Big C, little old big V or co v. So the abbreviation of the title of the song is the same as the virus is now part of the pandemic. I think there is literally a can, it’s not an accident, I think there’s a synchronicity, but everything, even creating all the chunks of the virus is ultimately about a catalyst for moving into a higher state of awareness more quickly. As remembering
That’s mind blowing, you know, it’s interesting with with, even, as you say, using the voice and tone, and because you look back at ancient civilizations, you know, you look at the monks in the monastery there all the time for hours, right? Day days, even, you know, and so, so I’m just trying to break this down in my head. And for my listeners as well, just before we wrap this up, you know, many open loops, but essentially, if we are using different tones, we not only can be affecting the frequency we talked about within ourselves, but the frequency of consciousness, and if consciousness is omnipresent, then this beyond time, hence, we can bring that forward now into this time
with it. Yeah, right. And we can tap into a very desirable high consciousness feature from the present.
Which is the purpose of the victory song and then even more accelerated by the celebration of victory song. And the information given at the time was, we were communicating with the cosmos, creating a type of quantum field transmitter with the connected pineal glands of all the choristers. And we were just giving a basic message with a two part communication, which is that, you know, we’re here we made it, we’ve gotten this far. And the fourth part goes from baby, talk to my adult talk with the cosmos, that we’re here, but we’re ready to go to the next level, we’re ready to accelerate evolution, we’re ready for the technology and the solutions to be able to have a planet that functions at at a different level. Yeah,
got it. Do you? Do you have any of that on on record? Did you record it? Or did it when you were in Bulgaria? Or is there a website?
Well, there there are a variety of websites. And for those that are interested in in learning more about what we’re doing, I think there’s two things that I might offer everyone just as a as a next place to go. And one, I’ve written a little book called growing younger. Because, of course, if we’re going to create this enhanced world, it’s certainly fun to like be around long enough to really enjoy it. And not just go beyond just living, just longevity from the standpoint of keeping in a body going long, but really high vitality, youthful, rejuvenated body of ever increasing functionality. That’s more or the image. And so that particularly categorizes some of the research that we’ve done with the vibrationally, enhanced interdimensional laser enhanced nutrients. And we’ve shown the ability to turn back the aging clock as much as eight to 12 years within two months of using a particular program of nutrition plus a very mild exercise program of walking 30 minutes a day, which most people can do. So growing younger is a catalogue of things to be done to turn back the clock now to have those minimally five plus years that Ray Kurzweil talks about, to then get to having 30 more years and then open the potential for who knows how long that can be and how healthy that can be. And beyond that, as we This burden ourselves of the emotional conflicts ours and those of our ancestors that keep us in a box. What potentials can we unfold? What do you think there’s so many superhero movies? Are those just things that you see in a movie? Or are we seeing that because all those abilities are really our potential, we just need to unlock them. And as more and more of us unlock levels of ability becomes more accessible to everyone else. So I would offer that book, and then the victory song I would like to share as well. So people want that we can just give them a free download of it. That’s about seven minutes long. It has a it has this whole journey of vibration and a really big finish. So we can what I think for just for ease, I’ll just give an email people can can send a question and then we’ll be able to give people a link or for the downloads. And if people have questions, it’s mostly about what for them is ideal from a nutritional and metabolic sense, because we’ve created a variety of formulas for enhancing intelligence, cognition, longevity, overall anti aging, or or regenerating different bodily systems. So that website is demetria gm at ri ay. and that goes back to the ancient system called gematria. Just under the Mystery Schools, which translated letters and words into numbers, and then it was about decoding the information, the pattern of the numbers. And then in the book by jj hardtack, the keys of Enoch, the book of knowledge gematria is defined as the science of determining the input energy required to build a body of consciousness. So anyone who would like either the book or the download of the victory song, I would just suggest sending an email to email@example.com
Beautiful, thank you. And for everyone listening, all those links will be below so they can pause this. And a lot of people are the show notes as well. I got, I gotta ask you one more question before we wrap up here. And that is what is your morning routine look like? Is it like you get up for just a cup of coffee? Or have you got this?
I got a whole thing going.
Yeah, I was gonna say.
So, I do two different types of meditation. One is a type of Qigong practice, that is based on Taoist principles, that is called the 100 days to immortality. And, actually, I’ve never shared that in a public format for that sort of thing even exists. But there there is a practice. That’s something that I could be cajoled into sharing. That’s a breathing practice that activates the central meridians called a microcosmic orbit, which is part of staying youthful for a very long time. And then there’s another type of meditation. And that takes about 20 or 30 minutes to do the whole process. And there’s another that is really going into complete stillness. Lyrically, stilling the mind totally and completely for 20 or 30 minutes. And that’s based on a shaman that I’m working with from Chile at the moment, who’s very gifted. And I also do a machine called the Alcor 360, which is ingenious technology. And I’ve currently got the record at 142 days in a row, which is a device where you’re like, in a chair, and then the great number of degrees you go back, the harder it is, and you work against gravity, and you get turned all the way around. But one rotation a minute, five rotations in one direction, five rotations in the other. And it’s probably the fastest, most efficient way to build your core strength from from like, all the way around your entire car. And it builds it balances everything from your pelvis to your octopus. And then, of course, I did my own stem cell treatments. I’ve you know, as I’ve improved and iterated develop the protocols, I did that myself, and there’s a whole program of yoga, diet and exercise that goes with it. I’ve gotten into peptide therapy with my trainer from Australia actually, so I can say hi to my friend Paolo from Melbourne, who is a three time world bodybuilding champion. And he’s been my mentor and understanding peptides and how to use those for, for optimizing your personal, physical potential and beyond. So, all these pieces work together.
Amazing. Amazing. I wish I could tap into your brain for weeks, honestly. Incredible. And I asked everyone on the show, Todd to finish as well. With everything we’ve covered today, is there anything you’d like to leave the listeners to ponder on?
I’d say if you would ask yourself the question. What is it merely possible for me to do or achieve? And putting aside all ideas of of restrictions, limitations, whatever they might be, if, if it were possible to achieve everything I could imagine, what would that be?
Perfect. That’s a great question to start the day with every morning. So I just want to thank you for coming on the show today and sharing your wisdom that was absolutely brilliant. My mind is officially blown. I’m going to be relisting to this a couple of times to wrap my head around many of the concepts and the things that you share in your research. And I just want you to know that I genuinely appreciate it and giving up your time and sharing across them. I have no doubt everyone here today. Got a lot out of that as well.
My great pleasure and honor.
Thank you. Thank you so welcome. There we go.