Is there any hope in cryonics to succeed?

Cryonics (from Greek κρύος kryos- meaning icy cold) is the low-temperature preservation of humans who cannot be sustained by contemporary medicine, with the hope that healing and resuscitation may be possible in the future.

Cryonics procedures ideally begin within minutes of cardiac arrest, and use cryoprotectants to prevent ice formation during cryopreservation. However, the idea of cryonics also includes preservation of people after longer post-mortem delays because of the possibility that brain structures encoding memory and personality may still persist or be inferable.

Now here comes the insight in play from the scalar field theory and from what we know about the brain. Our mind is not inside our brain. Therefore preservation of one’s body in a cryonic state is useless. But from what we know about the scalar field theory is that information is still available in a scalar dimension (time), so the good news is that no body is needed for … resurrection, right!?!

Remember Dr. Luc Antoine Montagnier’s experiment with DNA and water? He recorded the EM Signature of the DNA after exciting it with a base 7 Hz frequency, similar to what our planet does with the Schumann Resonance. Our whole Universe is a kind of internet, engineered for persisting and interchange data. We recognize this kind of technology especially in the DNA and magnetosphere interaction. Without the Schumann frequency our DNA Antenna would not be excited enough to the point to produce a scalar wave itself. But there seems to be more: our sun acts like a shield for galactic radiation. The sun’s own magnetosphere, called the heliosphere, is able to resonate with the galactic core. Can you imagine that in a near future something change in the galactic core, our sun or our magnetosphere of the earth and this would trigger hidden memories to flow towards the conscious mind?

Our whole mind, with it’s informations, data, emotions and everything else which is not made of matter, is stored outside our three dimensions of space. Dr. Luc Antoine Montagnier’s experient proved that DNA can be “resurrected“. After he recorded the EM signal, a DNA polymerase chain reaction was started on the other side of the planet, after the original DNA sample was destroyed and the polymerase reaction reproduced a copy of 98% accuracy.

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