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Mold, Mold Toxin Frequencies


Other molds and mold toxins Aflatoxin Cytochalasin B Ergot Griseovulvin Sorghum syrup Sterigmatocystin Zearalenone Slime molds Argyria Lycogala Stemonitis kHz 177, 188 77, 91 295 288 277 88, 96, 133, 126 100 kHz 81 126 211

Bacteria and Viruses


Including locations where I commonly found them Low Freq (kHz) Acetobacter aceti Adenovirus Adenovirus (2nd range) Agrobacterium tumefaciens Alcaligenes faecalis Alpha streptococcus Azobacter chroococcum -- causes anthrax in cattle (tooth) Bacillus ahnthracis -- causes anthrax in cattle (tooth) Bacillus anthracis (2nd range) Bacillus anthracis (3rd range) Bacillus anthracis spores Bacillus cereus Bacillus megaterium Bacillus sterothermophilus Bacillus csubtilis spores Bacillus subtilis var. Niger Bacteria capsules (capsulear strain) Bacterial capsules Bacteroides fragilis -- found with common roundworm in Ascaris Bacteroides fragilis (2nd range) Beta streptococcus (tooth) Blepharisma Bordetella pertussis -- "whooping cough" (tooth) Borrelia burgdorferi -- Lyme disease Branhamella (Neisseria) catarrhalis (has hole at 398) Brucella abortus Cabbage Black Rot 393 371.45 369.75 393 386.9 385.4 393 High Freq (kHz) Use freq gen for 3 min @

380, 375

393.5 363.2 359.4 386.95 373.65

398.05 365.3 370.5 391.45 375.85

395, 364, 368 388 374.5

371.85 416.05 362.4 324.3 325.7 380.6 405.65 329.85 378.95 394.9

387.1 418.75 357.6 325 326 387.4 407.45 332.25 382 396.7

385, 380, 375 417.5 360 325 385 406.5 331 380 396

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344

342

316.8 366.1 363.7 364.9 410.75 432.2 364 368.45 384.3 374 382.85 352.1 377 356 393 352.5 342.55 336.41 420.8 293.05 345.75 362.9 420.2 378.7 304.85 365

316 364 362.5

409 430 361 365, 360 382 374 380, 375 350 373 356, 393

350 340 336 418 292, 345.5 360, 355 418 377 302 365

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377.6 409.65

384.65 410.65

382 410

430.55 322.85 342.75 333.85

434.2 323.9 349.3 336.5

432 323.5, 346

334

354.95 363.7 383.75 320.55 345.95 408.75 333.75 327.2 331.25 378.95

355.35 370 389 326 352.1 416.45 339.15 329.5 334.6 383.15

355.1, 368 387 324, 349

413, 336, 328

333 380

329 365.05 382.3 349.45 390.089 394 318 388.4 378.35

329 370.1 386.55 352.1 390.089 394 318 393.45 382.8

329 368, 385 355, 386, 390 351 390.089 394 318 391 380

376.27

380.85

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381

381

378, 381

321.1

318

366.85 360.5 368.15 385.15 427.15 346.85 377.75 416.9 401.75

370.2 375.3 368.85 385.95 429.55 347.4 385.2 422.2 405.2

368 373 368

428 347 383, 419 403

Roundworms, Flatworms, Onecelled Animals


Low Freq (kHz) Acanthamoeba culbertsoni Acanthocephala Anaplasma marginale Anaplasma marginale (2nd range) Ancylostoma braziliense (adult) Ancylostoma caninum Ancylostoma duodenale male Anguillula aceti Ascaris larvae in lung (common roundworm of cats and dogs) Ascaris lumbricoides (m and f) Ascaris megalocephala (male) Babesia bigemina Babesia canis smear Balantidium coli cysts Balantidium sp. Trophozoites (from guinea pig) parasitic ciliate Besnoitia (lung sect.) protozoan Capillaria hepatica (liver sect.) Chilomastix cysts (rat) Chilomastix cysts (rat) (2nd range) 386.4 415.3 397.6 383.1 388 424 403.25 402.9 387, 422 401 400, 393, 386 High Freq (kHz) Use freq gen for 3 min @

404.9 403.85 458.8

409.15 409.7 462.9

408 same 408 460

352.8 424.25 388.95 425.2

361.4 430.65 390.7 427.3

358 428 389, 426

Chilomastix mesnili (trophozoites) Chilomonas, whole mount Clinostomum metacercaria

393.75

400

same 398

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408.15 418.55 425.5 433.8 394.25 430.5 397 381.1 420.95 420.35 421.35 423.8 422 421.75 420.6 427.7 427.35

411.15 423.9 429.65 441 397.1 433.35 400.35 387.8 426.3 422.3 427.3 430.6 427.6 424.7 427.5 435.1 435.45

409 421 428 438 396, 432

398 385 423 421 425 427 425 423 425 434 434

429.5 427.35 427.3 441.75 451.9 421.4 378.75 386.8 448.05 424.45 437.85 398.15 400.05 398 400.2 402.1

436.25 435.2 433 443.2 457.1 426.3 381.8 395.5 455.1 429.55 448.5 404.75 405.1 402.65 403.8 407.4

434 434 432 442 455 424 380 393 453 427 445, 402

403 400 402 405

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436.3 437.8 428.8 417.3 372.3 438.15 405.75 396.85 450.55 473 353 457.35 404.25 398.4

442.1 454.2 444.15 424.5 373.8 445.1 409.15 404.75 454.95 473 353 463.1 415.25 402

440 452, 447 441, 437 422 373 442 407 401 452 473 353 461 412, 407 400

395 403.85 378 388.3 423.2 460.2 434.6 393.75 424.5 423.5 442.35

395 405.57 383.6 408.9 431.4 465.65 451.25 398.7 426 428.55 450

395 404.5 381 406 429 463 448, 442, 438 396 425 426 447

Wart Frequencies
(Most of these are from homemade slides.) Low Freq (kHz) Wart BS Wart CC Wart FR Wart HA Wart HRCm Wart human papilloma plantar 402 426 459.3 434.8 438.9 404.7 High Freq (kHz) 406 432.35 464.75 444.1 448.55 406.75 Use freq gen for 3 min @ 404 430 462 442, 437 446, 441 405

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Tapeworms
Tapeworms are segmented. The first segment is the head, called the scolex. Tapeworms grow by adding a new segment to their body. Tapworms can have very large bandwidths (range of frequencies), and it varies by the length of the specimen! It is as if each new segment has a unique, and slightly lower, frequency. Do not use a frequency generator to kill tapeworms. If you accidentally kill middle segments instead of working your way up from the bottom, you may conceivably promote dispersion! Use only a zapper. [On MiniFG you can choose a specific frequency of the tapeworm and use positiv offset square wave (P3) which is the zapper.] Low Freq (kHz) High Freq (kHz) Cysticercus fasciolaris 436.4 440.05 Diphyllobothrium erinacei (Mansoni) (s467.25 487.55 Diphyllobothrium erinacei eggs Diphyllobothrium latum (scolex) 452.9 472.3 Dipylidium caninum (proglottid compos439.55 444.3 Dipylidium caninum (scolex) 451.95 472.15 Echinococcus granulosus 451.6 461.5 Echinococcus granulosus (cysts) 441.15 446.5 Echinococcus granulosus (eggs) Echinococcus multilocularis 455.85 458.35 Heterophyes heterophyes Hymenolepis cysticercoides 478 481.75 Hymenolepis diminuta 445 481.15 Hymenolepis diminuta ova Hymenolepis nana eggs Moniezia (scolex) 430.35 465.2 Moniezia expansa (composite) 430.35 465.2 Moniezia expansa eggs Moniezia serialis 453.6 457.8 Pigeon tapeworm Taenia pisiformis (cysticercus) 475.2 482.1 Taenia pisiformis eggs (ova) 465.2 469.7 Taenia saginata (cysticercus) 476.5 481.05 Taenia saginata eggs Taenia solium (cysticercus) 475 475 Taenia solium (scolex) 444 448.9 Taenia solium eggs

Mite Frequencies
These are organisms that cold viruses ride in with! k H z 682 707 718 877, 878

Demodex folliculorum (folicle mite) Dermatophagoides (dust mite) Meal mite Ornithonyssus (bird mite)

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Miscellaneous Frequencies
k H z 256 396 288 330 1151

Blue-green Algae Bryozoa cristatalla Mucor mucedo Rhizobium meliloti Rotifer

It is easy to make homemade slides when you or a family member is ill. Finding out the frequencies of these illnesses helps oyu identify them (use the Pathogen Frequency Chart) and also lets you know if you are chrnoically getting them back.