The cell as a cymatic resonator

The cell is a 3-D Chladni plate consisting of a structured water gel in a constant state of cymatic vibration where molecules exchange energy with each other and with the collective field.
Organelles and proteins are assembled, minerals are regulated and everything functions within this environment.

The standard description of the cell is a bag of water containing various molecular machines that transport and regulate minerals and are responsible for the assembly of larger more complex molecules from smaller building blocks. This begs the question however: “How are these molecular machines themselves constructed?” They cannot be constructed from even more complex molecules still or we we go on for ever!

Watch the Resonance Experiment video to see how readily elements can be assembled into various patterns according to the supplied frequencies. A similar consideration applies to the contents of a living cell.

Molecules having the same resonant frequency will be attracted to the same interference nodes in the cell and are ready to be assembled into larger entities.

Now as it happens, a functional protein consists of a collection of amino acids all having the same characteristic frequency (Cosic 1995) so different proteins will automatically be assembled in different parts of the cell and there is no need for molecular motors or ribosomes.

These vibrational patterns are responsible for the physical assembly of molecules, for the energy required to form the molecular bonds and for the transport of the molecule to its final destination.

The vibration creates the molecules which in turn serve to modulate the vibrations themselves, giving the whole cell a complex electro-acoustic structure. Microtubules, proteins and DNA all act as antennae, receiving electromagnetic energy (photons) and converting it to acoustic (physical) gel vibrations.

In the middle of all this activity are self-organising ‘quantum domains’ of water which will operate according to a time ordered schedule, first vibrating at one frequency to assemble a particular protein before moving on to the next ‘note’ in the scale. See: Quantum Coherent Domains

DNA is a photon buffer. Being a fractal antenna it will mop up a variety of stray frequencies possibly including infra-red (the ‘waste’ of the electromagnetic spectrum), convert them into something more useful, and release them in an organised fashion.

By extension, the whole body is a Chladni plate.

A photon is released from the DNA which impacts a molecule and lifts an electron from the base state leaving a ‘hole’ which is available for molecular bonding with a neighbouring molecule. The photon is released after the bonding and moves on to the next molecule to facilitate 100,000 reactions per second (Popp).

Minerals are assumed to arrange themselves within intracellular water via diffusion fuelled by Brownian motion, ie the random vibration of molecules.
If this were true however, we would expect them to be evenly dispersed throughout the cell and this just is not the case; something is arranging them and maintaining quite strong ion gradients.

“The main point is not so much that the gradients keep the cell from going berserk but merely that they exist. Ions in contiguous zones are maintained at disparate concentrations. Such ions are evidently not freely diffusible, for if they were, the gradients would quickly disappear. Something restrains the ions.” – Gerald Pollack

Extract from Phonon Guided Biology.. by Geesink and Meijer:
My note: A CD is a (quantum) Coherent Domain of water, that is to say, a small volume of water where the molecular structure has changed in such a way to give the domain unique properties of its own that are not found in classical H2O.

“Cosic later introduced the idea of dynamic electromagnetic field interactions: that molecules recognize their particular targets and vice versa through the principle of electromagnetic resonance. An advantage of molecular resonance is that it is extremely selective, to less than 0.01-0.1 percent of the resonant frequency All molecules have their own spectrum of vibrational frequencies (Cosic, 1994).”

Hans Geesink

” If the molecule’s spectrum contains a frequency matching that of the water CD, it would get attracted to the CD, and become a guest participant in the CD’s coherent oscillation, and settle on the CD’s surface. There is independent evidence that molecules taking part in a biochemical reaction do share a common frequency, which is how they attract each other, essentially by resonating to the same frequency.

“It stands to reason that if cell water is exposed to EM field and quantum states in the frequencies detected by us, it will lead to a “geometric imprinting” that resembles the above mentioned Chladni patterns at a much smaller scale and thereby exerts a coherent ordering of cell plasma, including the associated macromolecules. It is of interest that a new quantum state of water molecules was discovered with a 6-fold rotational symmetry, in which the water dipole molecules are arranged in a kind of superposition, that is if they are placed in tiny channels in tiny spaces of the type that also occur in living cells. (Johnson, 2009; Kolesnikov 2016).”

Dirk Meijer

“The particular water clusters posses unique terahertz frequency vibrational modes in the 1-6 THz range and are supposed instrumental in cellular architecture, protein folding, structuring of DNA/RNA, in addition to EM phonon coupling and specific absorption of gravitational active virtual photons from vacuum fluctuations. In an astrophysical context, the structured water in cosmic dust may contribute to cosmic background radiation and is candidate for baryonic dark matter (Johnson, 2009).”

“If a water coherence domain was to accept a number of guest molecules, then the excitation energy stored in the CD would become available to those molecules. When the amount of stored energy matches the activation energy of the molecules, it would be transferred to them, thereby producing their chemical activation, the energy discharge of the CD and a chemical reaction array; the CD would then behave as a multimode laser.” Del Giudice.

Emilio Del Giudice

“The energy output of the chemical reactions is released .. and is absorbed by the water domain. A corresponding shift of the domain frequency is produced, changing in turn the molecular species able to be attracted and opening consequently a new biochemical cycle. Each cycle is therefore opened by the outcome of the previous one. The possibility of a time ordered array of biochemical reactions emerges.” Del Giudice

George Lakhovsky 1869-1942 “What then is this universal radiation in living beings? In deriving support from the most recent discoveries in the domain of radiations, my theory demonstrates that the cell, is nothing but an electromagnetic resonator, capable of emitting and absorbing radiations of very high frequency.”

George Lakhovsky

What is Life? It is the dynamic equilibrium of all cells, the harmony of multiple radiations which react upon one another.” – Lakhovsky

What is disease? It is the oscillatory disequilibrium of cells, originating from external causes. It is, more especially, the struggle between microbic radiation and cellular radiation. For the microbe, unicellular organism, acts also by virtue of its radiation. If microbic radiation is predominant, disease is the result, and when vital resistance is completely overcome, death occurs. If cellular radiation gains the ascendant, restoration of health follows.” – Lakhovsky


This model gives us a completely new way of thinking about cellular biology, genetics, disease, health, healing and medicine.

  • Gene expression can now be thought of in terms of characteristic frequencies if it is needed at all
  • There seems little need now for ribosomes or any molecular assembly machines
  • If the normal function of the cell depends upon a particular mode of vibration then dysfunction can be seen as vibrational dissonance or incoherence
  • Artificial electromagnetic radiation is obviously a cause for concern
  • Both disease and health can now be characterised somewhat in terms of characteristic frequencies
  • If all cellular activity is fundamentally vibrational we should think about medicine and healing in terms of vibration
  • ‘Nutrition’ for a cell is a substance that adds or strengthens a propitious frequency to the environment
  • A ‘toxin’ is a substance that tends to cause dissonance in the cellular harmony
  • Genetic engineering will clearly not work whilst scientists are using a completely inappropriate model of the cell
  • We can think now about embryonic development in terms of vibration
  • We can speculate that the creation of the first ever cell, the origins of life, was likely aided by some external vibrational energy, either acoustic or electromagnetic
  • Given that life has been subjected to the Earth’s electric and magnetic fields for thousand of millennia we can ask what impact this has had on human evolution and if geo-vibrational variations are in some way linked to the large discontinuities in the fossil record.


Macromolecular bioactivity: Is it resonant interaction between macromolecules? – Theory and applications. IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering. 41. 1101-14.
Irena Cosic (1995).

Phonon Guided Biology: Architecture of Life and Conscious Perception Are Mediated by Toroidal Coupling of Phonon, Photon and Electron Information Fluxes at Discrete Eigenfrequencies – Page 23
Dirk K. F. Meijer and Hans J. H. Geesink

Water Dynamics at the Root of Metamorphosis in Living Organisms
Del Giudice, Spinetti, Tedeschi

DNA is a fractal antenna in electromagnetic fields
Blank, Goodman (2011)

Amazing resonance experiment – YouTube video

Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life (p. 44) – Gerald Pollack

The Secret of Life – George Lakhovsky

Water molecules characterize the structure of DNA genetic material

The Role of Water H-Bond Imbalances in B-DNA Substate Transitions and Peptide Recognition Revealed by Time-Resolved FTIR SpectroscopyJournal of the American Chemical Society, 2011; 133 (15): 5834 DOI: 10.1021/ja108863v
Authors: Hassan Khesbak, Olesya Savchuk, Satoru Tsushima, Karim Fahmy.