Hutchison-Lazaryan frequency generator clears polluted Gulf waters
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Famous anti-gravity researcher, John Hutchison, and his associate, Nancy Lazaryan, have come up with a device that emits a combination of audio and radio frequencies that have the effect of clearing waters polluted by oil and dispersant in less than 24 hours, bringing the native life back.
Concerned about the BP oil gusher disaster, John Hutchison and his research partner, Nancy Lazaryan have come up with a combination of audio and radio frequencies that now have been shown scientifically to reduce the oil and grease in polluted waters in the Gulf of Mexico from 7 ppm to less than 1 ppm, restoring the water's vitality as manifest by the return of fish, dolphins and even barnacles to a region of Perdido Bay in Lillian, Alabama, USA, where they conducted their first test in situ.
John is world famous for his work in eccentric, maverick research creating anti-gravity effects, transmutation of elements, and energy from rock-like compounds. Now, with Nancy's help, he has applied his knowledge of frequencies to produce what could be a solution to the pollution from oil and dispersants in the Gulf and elsewhere in the world.
"The local residents may now finally have hope for getting their Gulf back and restoring it to the healthy body it once was, if not better, before the Oil Disaster," said Cara Fay, who is a friend of John and Nancy, and has been following their work on this project, which began in July, when a sample of polluted water was sent to John's lab in Vancouver, BC. Based on success in finding the right frequencies, John and Nancy recently headed to the Gulf to try a test on location, with scientific documentation by a chemistry lab to corroborate their observations.
The exact reach and potency of the frequencies is yet to be determined, but the device John assembled for this research pulls two kilowatts and, judging subjectively, appears to effect a region of at least more than 1000 yards radially (like a sphere), as verified by sympathetic resonance in the water (detected by oscilloscope) from the projection of audio and radio frequencies over the water. Nancy speculates that the effected area could be as much as several miles. All of the equipment ran off of one extension cord (110 V, 20 amp).
The area was treated with the frequencies for four hours the first day, and by the next morning, the waters were cleared. They then did four more hours of RF frequency that day, to complete the test. The frequency device was situated about 25 feet up the beach from the water.
Nancy, who is from Minnesota, who has experience as a professional broadcast TV camera person, filmed the restoration of sea life, with clearing of the water, new green algae, dolphins, and fish, the day following their test. She said:
"The fish were jumping, ...the water that had been murky brown was a clear green. Two dolphins came into 5 feet of water to visit. Lots of schools of fish and crabs [were] very active in the 'healed waters'. These tones were used by the ancients to HEAL humans."
She doesn't have her computer equipment with her to retrieve the HD footage from her camera, but will be making it available later. John would like to use the footage to interest local media for coverage; to open doors for subsequent test locations.
The tests were conducted from a KOA campground at Perdido Bay.
The test was also documented by chemist Bob Naman, President of Analytical Chemical Testing Laboratory, Inc. (ACT) of Mobile, Alabama. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemists, (Reg. 15488). You can download (pdf) a copy of that report titled: "Chemical Analysis – Water Samples After Frequency Exposure: BP Oil Spill Study – Perdido Bay Water", dated Oct. 26, 2010. (p1 | 2 | 3)
Samples of the water were collected in quart jars on Oct. 18. Control samples were taken 60 miles away. Follow-up samples were collected on Oct. 22. All samples were tested on Oct. 26, showing that the amount of oil and grease "before" the frequency treatment was measured at 7 ppm (parts per million, or milligrams per liter); while the samples that had undergone the frequency exposure measured less than 1 ppm.
The report concludes:
Based on testing performed from samples received, the frequency exposure resulted in the complete removal of Oil and Grease from the after treatment sample source tested. ACT recommends investigation of this process further to determine large-scale capabilities in cleaning water bodies and areas affected by the dissolved oil/dispersant in water.
This applied Frequency Exposure process may have extreme value in the removal of petroleum contamination from a large body of water. It is the opinion of this analyst that the persons involved with this process could have a very serious positive effect on the removal of hydrocarbon contamination from bodies of water. These individuals should be allowed to remain in this country to offer their services to State and Federal Agencies, and Municipalities. I would like to recommend that interested parties be open-minded to their capabilities because some petroleum contamination likely exists in all Gulf of Mexico water sources/bodies.
If this process proves to be capable of clean-up then it should be given an opportunity to have the process showcased to any interested party, including The US Federal Government, US EPA, Homeland Security, as well as BP and any other interested State Environmental Agencies. The process may be proven to be an excellent manner to approach the petroleum-contaminated water columns that are currently present in the Gulf of Mexico.
The best and easiest-to-see example of water column contamination can be found in the lack of the existence of pole-mounted barnacles. These barnacles have become non-existent in every affected water-body seen by the undersigned, in the last few months. It is clear that all water bodies have been affected by the dissolved hydrocarbons. Solutions to this condition have not been presented as of the date of this writing. It is not clear what the impact of dissolved hydrocarbons in Gulf waters will mean. This process may help develop a clean-up plan that can reach a large-scale area.
While the technology is not completely understood by the undersigned, it is clear that the process may have extreme value, and it should be given a chance to be presented and tested on a large scale basis. At this point the undersigned is not aware of any entity that has attempted to undertake the biggest remaining problem that currently exists in the Gulf of Mexico, which is water column contamination by dissolved petroleum due to dispersant use in the Deepwater Horizon Spill.
Finding the Right Frequencies
When samples of polluted Gulf water where sent to John's lab in Canada; Nancy, who can be described as intuitive, worked together with him to identify certain ancient harmonics that have been used for healing. These frequencies were applied both with audio and radio waves to the polluted water samples.
Some of the frequencies employed have been used traditionally in alternative healing for humans. One of the tones, 528 hz, is considered by some to be the frequency of the planet Jupiter. (Ref.) That frequency is alleged to also be used by the ancients to be the "healing frequency" and to repair DNA.
Also called Solfeggio tones, and apparently also tied to Gregorian chants, the team calls these harmonics a healing "stream of sound", in contrast to the streams of oil and dispersant that have plagued the Gulf. Nancy said: "The inspiration for these harmonics comes from the Essenes, a sect of Israel that Jesus was a member [of]. The Essenes 'inner circle' taught of the 'stream of sound', the harmonics of the Creator."
Finding success in these limited experiments in Canada, John and Nancy packed up the necessary lab equipment into a borrowed trailer, and with a borrowed farm truck, left Canada to come to the Gulf.
They are now endeavored to bring the "stream of sound" to the damaged waters of the Gulf, and apparently have very positive results to show. The chemical analysis from the first "open air frequencies" experiment in Perdido Bay has shown that the Gulf water can be restored to health.
"We declare peace," says Nancy, "the war upon the Gulf is over."
The report from Nancy about this development stated that they are not asking for money, but that this is being given as a "gift." However, I'm sure that with extra funds they could do a lot more than they can on their shoestring budget.
Because sound frequencies are being used, I would think that the depth of penetration into the water would be limited. I'd be curious to see how deep their frequency generator can work.
They also need to do studies to see how far away the water is cleared, using the same kind of chemical analysis that was reported above. I would guess that the effect would fall off as a square function of the distance.
I would imagine that scientists would be curious as to just how these frequencies clear up the water. What happens to the chemical compounds that were there? Where did they go? Were the molecules broken up and dispersed, or were they transmuted into something else?
There results will also need to be independently verified by other researchers to gain the full credibility that will lead to much wider adoption of the method.
For more information and video interviews: John Hutchison's Interferometer