Ebola is undoubtedly one of the hottest medical topics of the day and is foremost on the minds of millions worldwide. As news bureaus continue to spew out disturbing reports that Ebola has spread far beyond the borders of West Africa, many are wondering whether this is a major pandemic on the scale of the Black Plague of the Middle Ages or the Spanish flu epidemic that swept the globe at the end of World War I.
While this may sound like science fiction, the different frequencies that make up our voice (click image for larger view) reveal a lot more than just the words that we’re saying. Trained in the use of a unique set of computer programs, it is now possible to produce vocal prints of individuals and determine whether there are potential health concerns, such as exposure to one of the triggers for Ebola.
Sharry Edwards is the founder of a research institute in Ohio called Sound Health Options. She and her team of software developers have designed a series of Windows applications that break down and analyze the different audio frequencies of the human voice to determine whether an individual is experiencing a nutritional deficiency or is likely to encounter a specific health issue.
Most readers of this blog are probably unfamiliar with Sharry’s background and work. Sharry shares aspects of her area of expertise in a two-hour podcast that was recorded on Oct. 13, 2014 on The Power Hour Radio Show hosted by Joyce Riley. To listen to Sharry share her thoughts about Ebola and how it relates to audio frequencies, fast-forward to the 24 minute mark of the first podcast that’s listed below.
<b<Sharry Edwards discusses how the present strains of Ebola that are reported to have no cure have been decoded by the BioAcoustic Biology Institute
The Power Hour | Oct 13, 2014
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In her radio interview, Sharry explains that through her vocal print analysis that the presence of abnormal amounts of copper in our atmosphere is directly related to Ebola. As a point of reference, the late Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri wrote an article entitled “An Updated Look at Aerosol Toxins – Part 1” where the author reported that the 2010 level of copper particulates in Arizona was 9 times the allowable toxic limit. In addition, copper toxicity has also been associated with diseases such as breast cancer.
WHAT CAN WE DO?
Sound Health Options is actively seeking committed volunteers who want to obtain a copy of the Ebola software that they can use to test people in their local area to determine if their friends or family members are exhibiting the copper biomarker associated with this deadly virus. In order to use the software, you will need a USB microphone and access to a Windows computer. Mac users can run the software using a Windows virtualization program such as VMware Fusion or Parallels Desktop.
In order to use the Ebola software beyond a trial period, you will need to agree to provide test results to Sound Health Options. While there is a fee for online classes to learn how to run the software, you can download the Ebola program for free by accessing this web page. After installing the program (in Windows XP/7/8), open the application and write down the Registration ID that appears in the popup window.
Email your name and that Registration ID to this email address and ask for a software serial number.
Finally, always remember that taking organic sulfur helps to detoxify the body. Sulfur is a sticky mineral that readily attaches itself to heavy metals like copper and converts such substances into their sulfate form which the body can safely eliminate. Get in the habit of taking organic sulfur as part of your daily diet.
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