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Miracle in the Gulf of Mexico

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The BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, which began with the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 20, may seem to many people like old news or a crisis that's been resolved for the most part. However, the poisoning of the Gulf has persisted, long after the well was capped.

As the following illustration by BK Lim, Geohazards Specialist, reveals, oil and methane hydrates continue to leak from the cracked seafloor, the result of deepwater drilling adjacent to a salt dome, and a geologic system undermined by eighty-seven straight days of gushing under extreme pressure, "which forced the upsurging hydrocarbons to find weaknesses throughout the greater system . . . through which the hydrocarbons could travel all the way to the seafloor and into the GOM," notes Dr. Tom Termotto, who published the findings of the Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference, conducted over seven months. The Gulf of Mexico is Dying, A Special Report on the BP Gulf Oil Spill

Gulf of Mexico drilled seafloor cross-section
Gulf of Mexico drilled seafloor cross-section
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Official Prognosis

The opening paragraph of the Special Report spells out circumstances so dire, that any efforts at remediation by humans seems impossible:

"It is with deep regret that we publish this report.  We do not take this responsibility lightly, as the consequences of the following observations are of such great import and have such far-reaching ramifications for the entire planet.  Truly, the fate of the oceans of the world hangs in the balance, as does the future of humankind."

As Dr. Termotto points out, "the existing situation is only going to get progressively worse." And, "there currently does not exist the technology or machinery or equipment to repair the damage . . ."

Scientific Miracle in the Gulf

John Hutchison is world-famous for his alternative energy, anti-gravity, and frequencies research and other out-of-the-physics-box experiments and discoveries. Nancy Lazaryan is an intuitive from Minnesota. She works with the beneficial power of harmonics.

Cara Fay, a friend of both John and Nancy, brought samples of Gulf water to John's lab in Vancouver, BC, in July. Together, John and Nancy worked to identify certain ancient harmonics used in healing over the course of millennia. The frequencies were then applied to the polluted water samples with both audio and radio waves, which succeeded in reducing the toxic ppm (parts per million) to zero.

The sample success proved sufficient for them to pack up 6,000 pounds of lab equipment on a borrowed trailer and haul it with a farm truck from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, where they began their experimental work on Perdido Bay. According to Cara Fay, "The chemical analysis from the first "open air frequencies' experiment in Perdido Bay has shown the Gulf water can be restored to health -- restored without the use of dispersants, chemicals or burning -- restored by use of solfeggio tones, also known as Gregorian chants, and a harmonic stream of sound."

One of the tones used by Hutchison, 528 hz, is the frequency of the planet Jupiter and the same frequency known by the ancients as the healing frequency for repairing DNA. The inspiration for these harmonics comes from the Essenes, a group of Israelites which included Jesus as a member and who taught the "stream of sound" as the harmonics of the creator, or universe.

Working from the shoreline, Hutchison and Lazaryan collected samples of water in quart jars on Oct. 18. These control samples, wrapped in several layers of aluminum foil, were taken 60 miles away from the effects of the frequencies. Samples following harmonic treatment 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, while the samples that had undergone the frequency exposure measured less than 1 ppm, a significant, even miraculous reduction in toxic chemical composition.

Not only that, but sea life was returning. Nancy, who has recorded the frequency treatment events, said that the day following their test, "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."

Hutchison estimates his frequency generator is clearing nearly a mile radius of polluted waters in the Gulf in 24 hours. The two proceeded to move eastward along the coastline.

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