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Silent Antenna for Broadcasting Frequencies

Published on 9/19/2018
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If you are interested in working with audio frequencies or other wave recordings, you may find this gadget quite handy. The gadget is the silent antenna shown attached to my mp3 player. That player contains numerous audios of many types and the antenna allows me to play the frequencies silently.




You may have guessed that I am sensitive to sound and don’t care for background noise. This antenna -- called an “emitter” by Dr. Kurt Ebert -- lets me sleep while broadcasting silently. But silence isn’t its only virtue. It broadcasts 40 feet in all directions and goes through walls. That lets me play it from one end of the house to the other -- useful for broadcasting arthritis relief or cold remedy to my cats, most of whom are feral and elderly.


Though I no longer actively trap feral cats for spay/neuter, or help maintain a colony, It’s clear to me that this emitter would be excellent for rescuers aware of sick or injured cats they are unable to approach. It could also be helpful for livestock or wildlife spread over wide areas.


Dr. Kurt Ebert, who sells this emitter on his website, is a  clinical and neuro psychologist. He sells frequency recordings on CDs and also in mp3 format for various human and animal ailments. He does this by using sound to stimulate the body meridians -- same as the meridians used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The emitter is sold with his CDs as he admits they “sound terrible”. That is true of most frequency recordings unless the developer covers the frequency with nature sounds, music or pink or white noise.


When I first contacted Dr. Ebert back in 2014 about using the emitter with frequencies from other sources, he said he had no experience with that but had received feedback that the emitter worked with other frequencies too. Since then, I have found that it works beautifully with homeopathic, brainwave entrainment and Rife-type frequencies.



This emitter is a great accessory for those working with frequency therapy.




If you are curious about frequency healing, but confused by all the different types of frequencies and the different ways they work, here is my guide. I began using frequencies with a feral cat who had cancer, and wrote about the different types after I sorted it out for myself. You may learn more here.


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