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Colbern's EDX data confirms Hutchison-Lazaryan frequency generator clearing
Scientific analysis of the water samples before and after treatment of
Gulf waters by the frequency generator apparatus designed by John Hutchison and
Nancy Lazaryan shows alteration of the chemical composition of the dissolved
solids in the seawater into "normal salt water".
On October 17, we reported
that "Famous anti-gravity researcher, John Hutchison, and his associate,
Nancy Lazaryan, have come up with a device that emits a combination of audio and
radio frequencies that have the effect of clearing waters polluted by oil and
dispersant in less than 24 hours, bringing the native life back."
Then on November 1, we reported
that "Nancy says that local captain of a boat that charters dolphin
sightseeing tours, who had no idea what she and John Hutchison had done in
treating the polluted waters with their radio/audio frequency generator, logged
an entry concerning the change in the water and the dolphins being 'happy'. This
was in a neighboring bay."
Now we get to report that another scientist has produced data
that corroborates that the Hutchison-Lazaryan frequency generator indeed
"alters the chemical composition of the dissolved solids in the
seawater." And "Minor component elements appear to be removed, and the
composition of the salt altered so as to purify the major component salt in the
water (sodium chloride)."
This study was done by Steve Colbern, who happened to be the scheduled guest for
the November 5 Coast to
Coast AM radio show, on the subject of recent results of analyzing alien
implants. Colbern is a Chemist and Materials Scientist with 20 years of
industrial experience. He is currently working in the area of carbon nanotubes.
At the right you can see a before/after comparison of the elemental
composition of the Gulf water sample taken from the same location. Notice
that several elements that show up in the first data are greatly reduced or gone
in the second data, especially O, Mg, Al, Si, S, K, and Ca, while Na and Cl
(table salt) increase.
Below, on the left, is a scanning electron micrograph (electron
microscope) image of the water. In the "before" version, you can
clearly see material, while in the "after" version, no matter
appears. I'm not an expert in these things, but I would guess that the
first image is characteristic of petroleum or possibly indicative of Corexit.
On the right is shown data from energy dispersive Xray (EDX) for elemental
analysis. It shows the difference in the elemental composition of the
"before" and "after" samples. Again, Mg, Si, K, and Ca
are absent in the later data, and you can see reductions in O and S. The
"after" sample is "is almost pure sodium chloride", or salt
-- as sea water should be. He continues: "The
magnesium, silicon, potassium, and calcium observed in the control sample have
disappeared, and a small phosphorus (P) peak is now evident. This element was
most likely also present in the control sample, but was masked by its larger
His last statement is especially interesting: "Investigation of the
mechanism of action of this method should also be undertaken. It is this authors
opinion that the ions and hydrocarbons removed from the water are being
dematerialized and becoming part of the quantum vacuum/zero point energy."
Note that in his analysis,
Colbern corroborates the interpretation of what had been concluded by chemist
Bob Naman in earlier tests that showed that "Close exposure to RF radiation
from the apparatus had previously been shown to reducevthe amount of crude oil
hydrocarbons in the test water from 7 ppm, in the control sample, to
undetectable levels in the irradiated sample."
Earlier this week, John sent me a link to a video that Nancy posted, showing
their work in the Gulf.
Scientist" John Hutchison and Nancy Lazaryan Bring 6 thousand
pounds of military grade frequency generating equipment from Canada to
heal the Gulf water and air after the BP disaster. (YouTube;
November 03, 2010)
"Look CLOSELY at the video of the water treatment in the Gulf.
At 9:11 into the video...there is a "constant" tone being
used. LOOK at the wave pattern in the water. Then go to the
"end"..14:01...the water is UNGULATING to the tones."
Here are some screen grabs from the video showing John tuning the machinery
in the back of the trailer adjacent to the Gulf waters:
The video concludes with the quote: "Which scientists are truly mad?
-- Jerry Cope"
After composing and first posting this page in our news, I was able to call
in to the "Open Lines" segment as the third caller on the Coast to
Coast AM radio show
where Colbern had just been the guest, and bring up the point that John and
Nancy are looking for additional beach front property from which to run more
testing. I tied it in to the previous hour's guest, Steve Colbern, saying
that he was the one to produce this most recent scientific data confirming the
clearing of the water. George Noory was very gracious, adding to the
points I was making, and talking it up, saying they are looking into it as well.
Here is some input I received from Nancy at
November 06, 2010 10:02 AM Mountain:
John and I are getting ready to hook up the trailer and move to a new
site. The article on the Colbern report is not quite accurate.
We had four quarts of water sent to us from Biloxi Bay. Three quarts were kept
in the truck about 100 yards from the lab. One quart we brought into the lab
to work on. When we opened the quart, we were hit with hydrogen sulfide,
strong enough to give us headaches for two days. I video taped the water (that
looked clear, but had tiny, tiny particles in it) and the oscilloscope reading
on the water prior to testing.
We did a series of frequencies on the water in the lab, then John
"cranked it up"....and then he told me what he had just done had a
range of 300 yards. So it was affected by the "cranking it up"
included our "before" water samples in the truck.
We then took oscilloscope readings of ALL the water...Pacific sea water, tap
water, the "polluted lab water" and the water in the truck. I
have the high def video of these oscilloscope readings...basically . . . EVERY
water was reading the same.
The "polluted water" from the Gulf, that we had in the lab (and I
video taped the reading) had previously given us a bizarre reading on the
oscilloscope....after the frequencies, it was the same reading as the tap and
Pacific sea water.
So....what you say in your article about "before" and
"after" is not quite accurate. We have no "before" water
from the lab work. The only "before" water we have is from Perdido
Some folks are concerned about what this treatment will do to "marine
life". All I can say is that John and I were the guinea pigs in the lab.
THAT water was brought to its basic elemental form...and we did not "melt
Hope this helps...thanks for the article...we need to get moving. Will
not have internet access until late tonight or tomorrow.
November 09, 2010 11:22 AM Mountain, Steve St. Clair, President/Co-Founder of EnerHealth
My second hand story comes from a very good friend who is very reliable.
Back in the 50s a friend of his was in the merchant marines/coast guard and
when they were to dump fuel over board they would hit it with very high
frequencies and the oil would just disappear. This was done on purpose and
for that reason. So the idea of high frequency treatments to various
substances has been around for a long time. It just hasnt been common
This same person was in the formula 1 race car business and 20 years ago they
were treating their fuel in the same manner and getting some pretty amazing
results. His opinion was that it was before its time, no one would believe
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On November 10, 2010 8:37 AM Mountain, John Hutchison wrote: (slightly
Great article. There lots of long forgotten techs. Really
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On November 09, 2010 10:45 PM Mountain, Nancy Lazaryan wrote:
Chief Hall of the Coast Guard promised me a return call...that was over 10 days
ago. There are "lots of secrets" the military does not want us to
know. IMO frequency technology is one of these secrets.
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November 10, 2010 Update
On November 10, 2010 8:37 AM Mountain, John Hutchison wrote: (slightly
Media today. Nancy had yesterday some great results with the ocean
waves. [They] could be seen in tune with signaling RF generators and
audio. A great bird about 5 feet tall appeared about 20 feet away from the
trailer. Nancy filmed this whole adventure. I took pictures of this plus
machines running. [Will] post soon.
On November 10, 2010 9:26 AM Mountain, Nancy Lazaryan wrote:
Cops came and stopped us at 7:30PM last night.
[We're] going to see the mayor today, hoping to continue the water treatment.
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