Now where did I come across this link? I spend so much time voyaging around the internet, noting articles and ideas to come back to later, that I can rarely remember the original linkage. However, this one was in my ‘to investigate further’ box, so here goes.
The site, www.blindedbyscience.co.uk, is about Matthew Silverstone’s book of the same name, and is about vibrations. Vibrations in water, the sun, the moon, plants, bees and birds – and humans. And its genesis was in Matthew’s teenage son, who, although it is not spelt out in the pages I have read so far, seems to have been suffering from serious ME. Certainly, conventional medical science was able to do nothing for him and Matthew had become his full time carer.
At this point Matthew was told to go and hug, well at least touch, a tree. He was more than sceptical but his son was prepared to try and, as they say, it worked for him: six months later he totally was restored to health.
OK – I can hear you all snorting – pull the other one… But I suggest that you log into the site. If nothing else, his blog is an interesting for his exploration of the by-ways of internet marketing… But he offers you enough of each chapter to arouse your interest and even though his introduction is slightly messianic, it was intriguing enough to tempt me further. And given my personal interest in electromagnetic radiation…. I think I shall at least buy the e-book.
But all you have to do is to look at the site! www.blindedbyscience.co.uk