By dynamizing the electromagnetic properties of DNA,
the Quantum Sound Sequence of Invertone:
Stimulates the sustainable recovery of physical and emotional WELL-BEING,
Stimulates instantly the improvement of SPORTS PERFORMANCES.
The sound and quantum principle of InvertoneThe sound and quantum principle of Invertone was developed by René Pierre Guéraçague, French sound engineer. This invention allows the frequency translation of a proper name, a common name or a set of words. This allows a word to reach the electromagnetic space of molecules, including human DNA one, and to optimize its vital functions.
The principle of Invertone is to capture and exchange information between matter and antimatter of molecules of the human, animal, plant or mineral, through the mediation of sound frequencies and their harmonics, and into the quantum domain, without limitation of time and distance.
More than thirty years of experimentation and epidemiological investigations reveal that the "electromagnetic" part of DNA, 98% of the genome, reacts systematically to the name of the human being, the animal or the plant: "In the beginning was the verb, and the verb became flesh".
In the 1990s, the experiments of the microbiologist Piotr Garjajev and the quantum physicist Vladimir Poponin (Academies of Sciences of Moscow and New York) revealed the non-genetic part of the DNA molecule called "Phantom DNA". This vibratory field is in fact a hyper-frequency information field which integrates and acts directly on the whole of the DNA molecule. It represents approximately 90% of its functionalities.
This discovery confirms the results of the research line of the French engineer René Pierre Guéraçague, whose investigations allowed to create applications in different domains in order to improve the quality of the nano-scalar information of the atomic and subatomic field of the molecules ( electrons, protons, neutrons). This technological advance optimizes the communication between matter and antimatter, according to the concept of hyper-communication already advanced by A. Einstein in the thirties.