I have been passionate about this subject for about fifteen years.
I was fortunate to have followed the teaching of Joël Sternheimer. After several years of study and use, as well as cooperating internships with him, he allowed me to deliver training.
Two extraordinary encounters!
Joël Sternheimer and the protéodies: On the one hand, Joel is a man of rare humanity and intelligence, and on the other hand – in my opinion – the protéodies are part of the fundamental discoveries of recent decades.
For these reasons, and many others, of course, I am pleased to present this new science, the Génodique, and to accompany you in this discovery with this website, my lectures and trainings.
What is it about?
To sum up, a protéodie is a music note sequence, audible replica of the waves emitted during the production of the corresponding protein in our cells.
The interest of these notes is that one can establish a form of "communication", an interaction with the living, whether it be of the plant, animal, virus or bacterial kingdom
I wish you a good "walk" on this site. You can contact me by email if you would like additional information.
Génodique is a science that studies the waves associated with the expression of the genome. It is the result of the independent research of a French physicist in theoretical physics. The contribution of additional dimensions to space-time was proposed by Joël Sternheimer to solve – among others – problems of mathematical homogeneity of quantum theory. These additional dimensions are interpreted as subject dimensions, and have properties based on exponentials of 2 1/12, allowing harmonics of octaves to be predicted by quantum waves.
The first applications date from 1985, where one realizes the possibility of interacting directly with the synthesis of proteins of a human, an animal, a plant, a virus or a bacterium with notes of music: the Protéodies.
Since that time, many experiments have been carried out, both on bacteria, algae, cells in culture, plants, animals as well as by the users themselves. A patent has been awarded by the European Patent Office, thus formally validating the reproducibility of the process.
Music Notes to take care
A series of music notes to better understand, and dialogue, to relate to what surrounds us. With those around us, should I say!
In 1983, Joël Sternheimer, a French physicist, published a paper at the Academy of Sciences highlighting that the very structure of the material is conditioned by musical laws!
The question then arises: are there same-order synchronizations in the living? ... The idea of looking towards gene expression (the synthesis of proteins at the heart of our cells) is essential to him.
He studies by his theoretical approach, the waves associated with this natural activity that is taking place within our cells. It deduces a form of "coding" according to the amino acids at play in these protein syntheses, linking, in relation, precise notes of the musical range well known to us all.
With the few descriptions of genes and proteins available at the time, he elaborated a few sequences of notes to be, following his calculations, the audible "replica" of the wave phenomena within the cell. What could have been called in some way, the music of proteins.
At the end of 1985, he observed the first human reaction to listen to such a sequence of musical notes ... In fact, the first Protéodie!
The central place of the subject
The theoretical research of Joël Sternheimer led him to introduce additional dimensions to space-time. That is to say that beyond the dimensions of our usual universe (length, width, height, and time), dimensions that escape our 5 senses necessarily exist to maintain the coherence of the universe. Some of these additional dimensions are interpreted as being dimensions related to the subject.
In short, this would mean that the observation of an object by a person underlies a vibratory "connection" inducing that there is a subject in the observed object.
The implications of these assumptions are very important in the way we perceive and act in the world.
The integration of the subject is a necessity
The subject/object relationship
Fundamental in Génodique, it situates listening to it as a full-fledged human being, as an actor in its own history. Listening to it alone can feel at the time of listening. And the relationship between the practitioner and the listener must respect this reality. Listening is not reduced to being the receiver of a sum of music to listen to, is not a cybernetic system for which such cause mechanically induces or even with a dose of chance programmed, such effect. However, it is the work of the practitioner in Génodique to propose a particular protéodie during the listening test, based on his knowledge. The affinity of a listener for a protéodie determines only the positive effect on the regulation of protein synthesis.
This relation object, leads us to reconsider our relationship to the world. The individual use of protéodies becomes a reflection tool that goes directly through experience. How does a dialogue establish itself between a conscious self, an organic, cellular and molecular self? How do we live it, what do we experience?
How does this experience lead us to reflect on our relationship to ourselves, to the other, our relationship with viruses, the bacteria that eventually become companions of road worthy of interest and respect?
How also our experience comes to highlight the search for meaning (what has meaning, relevance in our history), and increase our discernment between the signifier and the anecdotal?
Learning to use protéodies becomes a living tool, an aid to answer these questions.
The Génodique has a potential interest in various areas:
- Research in biology, medicine, pharmacy, agro-food and industry itself.
- Therapy: Mobilizing self-healing resources from being, inhibiting or helping to diagnose viruses and bacteria, ....
- The sport: Optimization of healings after injuries as well as recovery after exertion. In addition, better understanding of the user of his own potentials.
- Agriculture: Disease Control, better adaptation to drought.
- Livestock: prevention and control of diseases, various stresses related to transport and the environment.
- Music: Replaying musical works, linking inspiration to the molecules possibly involved.
Already, training for the individual use of protéodies is available and specific applications can be offered on a case by case basis to answer specific problems
Research in Génodique and its applications:
The use of protéodies for human use is a process put in place by scientists, and is still in the research and development phase. The influence of protéodies on cell life has been scientifically proven – a judgement of the Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office has recognized ' the causal relationship ' between the diffusion of a protéodie and the specific action on the synthesis of the corresponding protein as ' established and demonstrated without ambiguity.
See the documents on: Http://www.epo.org/law-practice/case-law-appeals/recent/t030550fu1.html
The génodique is thus a vast field of research, and practical applications have been made or are under development:
- Cultivation of tomato plants in arid environment in Africa
- Improvement of taste and conservation qualities (tomatoes, melons, avocados)
- Resorption of viral infections (mosaic, pvx) on vegetable crops
- Resorption of a parasitic disease of the vine (ESCA)
- Activation of the fermentation of dough in the manufacture of bread and regulation of acidity
- Stimulation of blue-green algae photosynthesis with greenhouse gas (CO2) fixation
- Stimulatory action on the bacterial luminescence (in vitro)
- Specific modulation of interleukin-2 in leukemia cells in in vitro culture
- Veterinary Applications (dogs, cats), cattle breeding (milk production), silkworm rearing
- Listening therapy of Protéodies in hospital in Tokyo (Joshi University-Idaï, Shinjuku)
- Prediction of protein functions by comparing their génodiques sequences
- Génodique analysis of the molecular sources of the musical inspiration, giving in return semantic indications for the decoding of the corresponding proteins
The research carried out by Génodiciens in France focuses in particular on the result of the wiretaps of Protéodies:
- Looking for proteins that may be at stake in a given situation. Search tools: Publications and data banks available on the Internet.
- Selection of protein (s), and statement of its composition (amino acid sequence).
- Translation of amino acids into notes
- Analysis (including the use of DNA codons) to find just stamps, rhythms and tempo
- Predicting possible side effects by searching for homologies with database sequences
- Decoding itself using a keyboard with a "One key play" key
- Copying to an audio media
- Documentation of the Protéodie
Currently, more than 3000 protéodies have been decoded in 30 years by Joël Sternheimer, corresponding to protein stimulation or inhibition. In view of the knowledge that we have today, the human genome contains some 25 000 genes, or even more proteins, not counting viruses, bacteria, all animal and Plant kingdoms, with which a dialogue is established ... The work therefore continues towards the development of new decodings, as well as documentation of the effects of protéodies.
Principle of Protéodies
In the synthesis of a protein within a cell, successive "clashes" on a ribosome of amino acids carried by their transfer RNA give rise to the emission of scale waves. Each wave is characteristic of the amino acid. The property of the scale wave is that this wave propagates in an infinity of landmarks located at different scales. By the calculation, Joël Sternheimer established the frequency of these scale waves corresponding to the 20 amino acids used by the human body, which provided him with 10 distinct frequencies. The observation was that when we "replay" by transposing it into the audible domain the sequence of the specific frequencies of the amino acids of a protein, an increase in the synthesis of this protein is observed. The sequence of sounds specific to the synthesis or inhibition of a protein is called Protéodie.
The patent of this application allowed the process to be validated by a judgement of the European office which recognized the existence and reproducibility of the phenomenon, in particular on microorganisms and cells in culture, as well as the correlation between the positive reaction of a subject to the listening of a protéodie and the action on the corresponding protein synthesis.
The applications of the génodique are potentially very important. Whether it is in the field of plants, animals or humans.
A Protéodie consists of a series of notes, a kind of melody. However, the relevant information is "scoped" by the sequence of notes. Kind of like language. Words are meaningful, but no idea. When we talk, we use words to convey ideas, concepts, get a message across. And sometimes you don't have to finish the sentence to make yourself understood! Similarly, the Protéodie has a power of evocation for the cell! It gives him a message, as an invitation to produce or decrease the production of a protein. It also happens that the language is inducing emotions: poetry is evocative, the metaphor also. We have found that the Protéodie has, in a direct and profound way, a scope of this order. It happens that listening to a protéodie triggers an emotional puff in a person, a reminiscence of memories sometimes forgotten. The depression of the protein-encoding gene can thus cause the context – sometimes old – to re-emerge, which had induced a blockade at this level.
The characteristics of a Protéodie
- The melody of a protéodie partially eludes human cognitive processes. This means that even after several plays, it is impossible – far from it-even for a seasoned musician, to faithfully transcribe the melody.
- The Protéodie is pleasant, even very appreciated (and perceived in the moment as ' just ', depending on the decoding) when the body is in need of the corresponding stimulation to this protéodie.
- The Protéodie is perceived as unpleasant in the opposite case.
• It happens that with repeated listening (or beyond a certain length of time), a pleasant start protéodie can become frankly unpleasant. This corresponds to a production threshold of the corresponding protein, which has become excess. That is why the spirit in which the listening is to be made is crucial: it is the subject listening which can say whether it is good or not! And often a learning period is needed to learn how to feel "what's going on." In no case can the practitioner (and should) decide on the right or wrong effect of a protéodie on a person.
The use of protéodies is not without revealing some surprises ...:
- When a "battery falls" on a molecule directly implicated in a person's problem, the induced effect can be spectacular, especially in comparison with what is generally expected with respect to music. This is due to the fact that structurally, the musical inspiration is limited to a regulatory access window of a few notes (corresponding to a dozen or so maximum amino acids), through which an interaction can take place with our metabolism: As a result, the observed effect with adequate protéodie is typically tens or hundreds of times higher, to what may be sometimes observed with music. This is often perceived as very surprising, especially the first time.
- For all this, attention should be paid to listening, in order to be able to stop at the first cadence following the fall of the sensation of adequacy perceived by the listener. The first criterion of the effect of a protéodie is its instantaneous recognition by the listening.
A training will allow you first to have the opportunity to experiment, to listen to Protéodies, and then to know how to select them.
My goal is to make you progressively autonomous, independent, and to entrust you a pack of a hundred protéodies. Also, to give you tools to go further: Make new protéodies, or analyze the music with regard to our own genes to offer a new look at the inspiration of composers.
The main objective is to learn how to use the protéodies. namely:
- What can we expect from protéodies
- Understanding the great theoretical principles
- Understand and begin to integrate the notion of subject
- Manage your own listening tests
- Has a hundred protéodies for personal use
- Become autonomous in the choice of protéodies as well as in their use
- Discover the tools available to create new protéodies or analyze musical themes
These courses are aimed at anyone interested, without prerequisites, in biology, physics, mathematics or music.