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    Is Sharry Real ?

    So interesting, real though ?. gets her own thread due to scales of real or crazy, lol medically, lots of blah at start, interview with Sharry starts around seven mins mark

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    The Native Americans, and other indigenous folks have been using sound to heal for a long time.

    The difference with Sharry is that she has had this measured scientifically.

    No one knew how to do that with the native healers and it was believed to be nonsense or witchcraft.

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    Yes I believe so also, amazing times we live in indeed.

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    I wonder if "Experiencers" are having their experiences because they're having new frequencies added to their environment? Seeing things that others cannot, being able to interact with it, etc.

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    The emerging field of Human BioAcoustics? I've never heard of this emerging field, so I did a little investigation. First, I checked out the Guardians of the People website and found that Sharry Edwards considers herself at war with "the American Health Care System." She thinks that "more than ever alternative health-care techniques are needed" and her BioAcoustics is just what the alternative doctor ordered. She presents her work as cutting edge stuff: computer software that can determine whether any negative outcomes can be expected from an immunization or a vaccine by analyzing your voice. In case you're thinking that she's just making this stuff up, think again. She's rediscovered some ancient wisdom:

    Novel research supports the assertion that ancient Templar cross architecture contains math codes that support frequency-based medicine. The idea of revisiting lost knowledge through the use of computer constructed biometics [sic] provides a new paradigm that will change the face of future medicine.

    It changed my facial expression just by reading about it.

    Edwards has a master's degree in education, according to the Sound Health Research Institute, of which she is the "research director." These folks have their own journal, the Journal of BioAcoustic Biology and they have their own association for granting themselves awards. In 2005, The International Association of New Science (IANS -, a domain that is now for sale to any bidder) awarded its top honor to Sharry Edwards.

    What has Edwards discovered in her role as research director of this exciting field of her own invention?

    The frequencies and architectures found in the human voice can be used to identify the innate mathematical biomarkers that represent states of health and wellness. Intrinsic networks of biological signals, called biofrequencies, provide information and direction to produce and reproduce inherent form and function. Tapping into these self-healing biological pathways from brain to neuron to cell has long been a goal of scientific investigations as an approach to promote optimal health.

    Edwards claims that her institution "tested and successfully used countervailing frequencies to quell the symptoms of Swine flu last fall. Now the Institute has been asked to attempt to do the same for the toxins released during the US Gulf Coast BP oil disaster." She doesn't mention who's asked her to save the day after the oil spill in the Gulf or where her flu work took place. These are minor details that only a skeptic would worry about.

    If this nonsense sounds familiar, that's because it is. The noise Edwards is making about biofrequencies is an echo of Dr. Albert Abrams (1863-1924), the "dean of twentieth century charlatans."* This is not Knights Templar wisdom but early 20th century charlatanism. You can read all about it in The Skeptic's Dictionary entry for radionics.

    If you doubt that Edwards is running a medical scam, then consider the disclaimer she posts on her website:

    Disclaimer: Human BioAcoustics, as originated by Sharry Edwards, M. Ed., does not diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions nor does it claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions. HBA researchers do not provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor apply medical, mental health or human development principles.

    What is this woman offering, then? Training and an affiliate program. Where do I sign the petition to have her arrested?
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