August 31, 2011
Massimo Citro is an M.D. and psychotherapist with a refreshingly open-minded approach to healing. His willingness to consider homeopathy is, in itself, a remarkable achievement for a physician, but he’s taken it a step further and developed his own version of homeopathic practice.
The standard homeopathic remedies are plants or minerals dissolved in alcohol, then diluted with water again and again until there is no discernible trace of the active substance; in short, a homeopathic remedy appears to be just water. But how is it that homeopathy has maintained its popularity and garnered a hearty success record if it’s no more than a sip of H2O?
As Citro explains in THE BASIC CODE OF THE UNIVERSE, the plain old water of homeopathy is deceptive. While it contains none of the actual substances dissolved in the original formulation, it “keeps memory of the solute… [and] emits specific low-frequency electromagnetic signals that are both recordable and reproducible.” This may sound like the loose babble of a quack but Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier confirmed it in his 2009 paper, “Electromagnetic Signals Are Produced by Aqueous Nanostructures Derived from Bacterial DNA Sequences.” In simpler terms as written by Citro, “the diluted substance imposes its own vibration –its information—on the molecules of water.”
When the fluids in a human body lose rhythm, some amount of the body’s regulating energy is lost, causing the body to exhibit symptoms of illness. By introducing water that carries the needed information, homeopathic remedies provide a healthful beat, if you will, that draws the body back into its coherent state.
Citro’s Pharmacological Frequency Transfer (TFF) method uses the energy of the Akashic Field, an unseen but universal store of information, rather than plant and mineral substances to imbue water with healing vibration. This innovative approach to healing is the focus of THE BASIC CODE OF THE UNIVERSE, which delves into a number of disciplines to explain how TFF works, including quantum physics, vibrational medicine, the nature of consciousness, and the effect of thoughts and emotion on plants and water. Much of what Citro covers is heavy on scientific theory and research: consequently, it can easily get ahead of the reader who hasn’t at least a passing acquaintance with the key discoveries in these fields.
While not a breezy read, THE BASIC CODE OF THE UNIVERSE is certainly an important contribution to the field of healing modalities, and it is an intriguing and well-documented exploration of the potential of TFF.