Friday, October 7, 2016

What bioacoustic vocal profiling reveals about the health of the presidential candidates

In partnership with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, MIT's federally funded Lincoln Laboratory is developing a computer algorithm to identify vocal biomarkers that could help diagnose mild traumatic brain injury, or concussion. The Army's interest in human bioacoustics began in 2010 when they awarded a contract to Sound Health Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, the pioneer in this emerging medical field.

Sharry Edwards is the pioneer in the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology. Her 30 years of research is being used at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, OH.​ ​

Currently, Edwards and her team at Sound Health are using human voice and the associated frequencies to help clients resolve health issues such as: macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis, headaches, muscle stress, brain trauma, weight issues and nutritional concerns. The technology she brings to the stage is cutting edge! This technology can identify health and well-being possibilities that you have never encountered. ​

Sharry Edwards' work is now included in The Duke University Encyclopedia of New Medicine, by Leonard A. Wisnecki and The Scientific Basis of Integrative Medicine, by Lucy Anderson. The effects of BioAcoustic Biology, now accepted by these prestigious medical encyclopedias, have unlimited health and wellness potential. ​

According to Edwards, "BioAcoustics Voice Spectral Analysis can detect hidden or underlying stresses in the body that are expressed as disease." The vocal print can identify toxins, pathogens and nutritional supplements that are too low or too high. In addition, vocal print can be used to match the most compatible treatment remedy to each client. The introduction of the proper low frequency sound to the body, indicated through voice analysis, has been shown to control: pain, body temperature, heart rhythm, and blood pressure. It has also been shown to regenerate body tissue, and alleviate the symptoms of many diseases (in some cases, even those considered to be incurable).

This 8 minute video is a great introduction to BioAcoustics from its founder, Sharry Edwards.

The Importance of Trump's Health (PDF File)
(This analysis saw use of statin drugs weeks before Trump publicly disclosed it on the Dr. Oz TV program. )

Could Human BioAcoustic Clarify Some of Hillary's Health Issues? (PDF File)

Army partners with MIT Lincoln Lab on voice analysis program to detect brain injury

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  1. Philip Caron9/26/16, 10:52 AM

    It seems that Human Bioacoustic Health = Sharry Edwards. This is a one person show. In an interview at Ms. Edwards claims that human vaccinations are purposefully being used as a bioweapon to annihilate a large proportion of the earth's population and that she and her company are under possible threat of extermination because their technology can counter the vaccines. Her statement is not terribly clear or convincing (to me). So I'm not putting much credence in the seemingly scientific analysis of candidates' health from voice prints.

    1. She did invent the term, but others are researching the use of sound in human health.

  2. Bob Lombard9/26/16, 3:00 PM

    Does she mention flu shots? They (that's They) admit that the shots are not 100% effective. Selective assassinations, probably. And polio vaccinations - a LOT of the kids who got them are dead now!

  3. Sharry Edwards work has stand the test of time with hundreds of testimonials and thousands whose health has benefited from her cutting-edge technology. Thanks to her good heart, working with computer engineers, she has developed software to record and assess individual's voice prints to determine the necessary tones necessary for bioacoustic balance. Then the body heals itself. Everything is frequency. Do NOT negate her work. After all if MIT chose to steal her work (for their own profit$$$) without giving her credit, this lends her outstanding credibility. She deserves great honor for her pioneer work and her focus to bring this knowledge to the people outside of the realm of $Big Pharma$ or barbaric (funded by Big Pharma) $AMA$.

    1. Philip Caron10/9/16, 9:39 PM

      Citations, please.

  4. Robert O'Leary10/11/16, 2:45 PM

    Hi, Sharry Edwards is not a one person show. She has practitioners in many parts of the world. I am one of them. Sharry has won awards (Scientist of the Year Award from the International Forum on New Science in 2001 (See and was a 2002 O’Spurgeon Award Recipient. O’Spurgeon awards are given to persons for their contributions to the frontier of science and medicine (See, her work is part of the Duke University Encyclopedia of New Medicine (See Please take the time to get to know her work so that you can be aware of what it really has to offer and the promise that it holds for supporting our body's own innate ability to self-heal. One place to start would be either her article, "Breaking the Sound Barrier of Disease" (See or the biography about her, written by the award-winning artist and author, Jill Mattson, called Secret Sounds (See Thank you.

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