LIVE LIKE AN EMPEROR, BUT DON'T LOOK LIKE BUDDHA by Cathy D. Slaght
As you may know, this site is devoted to sharing information about a form of quantum software known as the SRC4U.
The SRC4U is actually virtual qi gong.
Qi Gong has an interesting origin. The Chinese Emperors lived well beyond the average age span. This was because they were attended every day by the court physicians.
But because the Emperors were considered "gods", the physicians were not allowed to touch them. They did their work "in the air", making hand movements around the Emperor's physical body.
It was highly effective, because what was actually happening, whether or not they understood it at the time, was that they were working with the etheric field, or template, of the body.
They were clearing non-beneficial energy, allowing the voltage of the energy system to rise.
It was the birth of qi gong.
The SRC4U does the same thing, but instead of movements in the air, the "energy" of the movements is sent via frequency.
May sound crazy, but we do energy work every day with a variety of gadgets. For example, are there little people in your TV, or is frequency being beamed down from a satellite?
While it's beaming qi gong frequency, the SRC4U can also provide a great deal of information about what's going on in the etheric field.
How does it do this?
It's based on mathematical principles. Everything is frequency, and everything is measurable. Software can compute this. This is actually the technology behind television, cell phones, internet, and so on.
Of course we can't "see" the frequency these gadgets are measuring, but we trust it and work with it to make phone calls, watch TV, pull up the internet, and so on.
But WE'RE frequency beings ourselves.
We have a special energy field around us known as the etheric field. This is actually our blueprint, or template. This field can be measured, too.
There is tremendous information contained in this field.
We're looking for numbers, because it's a mathematical universe.
Tomorrow I'll demonstrate how this can work. We're going to scan a few volunteers to see what has caused their "big belly".
We'll start with my scan, though. Ouch.
Cathy D. Slaght