474. Advanced Light, Sound & Frequency Technologies: A New Paradigm of Healing w/ Aaron Cameron

Aaron Cameron

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Aaron Cameron is the CEO & Founder of Q360 in Malibu, CA, offering non-invasive modalities to help people tap into their own healing capabilities. In this episode, you'll learn about the wildly innovative light, sound, and frequency healing technologies at Q360.

Aaron Cameron is the CEO & Founder of Q360 in Malibu, CA. Aaron’s vision for a state-of-the-art healing center sparked as a child, when he experienced three life-changing events that inspired his journey to harness non-invasive modalities to help people tap into their own healing capabilities.

Aaron’s curiosity led him to the understanding that self-healing was possible by removing blockages in the body through the use of frequencies of sound and light with the quantum energy field. The establishment of Q360 encompasses Mr.Cameron’s life’s work as well as the work of many of his predecessors and mentors.

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services.

Aaron Cameron is the CEO & Founder of The Q360 Club in Malibu, CA, offering non-invasive modalities to help people tap into their own healing capabilities. After various unbelievable and tragic childhood events including being struck by lightning, almost drowning, and watching close friends suffer from nuclear radiation exposure, Aaron decided to dedicate his life to discovering non-invasive ways to heal through leveraging our body’s own frequency.

He produced his own energy and light machines that he used on himself and was soon attracting people from all walks of life to his garage for healing sessions. Inspired by his successes, he created his own state-of-the-art healing center, The Q360 Club in Malibu, in 2018, at which this dialogue took place. 

In this episode, you'll learn about the wildly innovative light, sound, and frequency healing technologies at The Q360 Club. Those include: magnetic resonance devices, the resonant light device, sound wave therapy, the hydrogen mineral cloud room, rife machines, and so much more.

We also discuss the truth about PEMF, how ionic foot baths work, and the benefits of whole body vibration creating more human growth hormone. It’s amazing to realize the many so-called incurable conditions that can be overcome when you give the body what it requires to heal itself.

If you or someone in your orbit are looking to achieve more balance or are simply curious about what’s out there in the world of biofeedback and sound frequency devices, check out The Q360 Club in Malibu. I look forward to coming back real soon.

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services.

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00:05:01 — Opportunities for Clearing Diseases with Cell Voltage Frequency
00:35:05 — Exploring the Possibilities of Biofeedback Devices & Technologies at Q360
  • The first iteration of this center and technologies Aaron had in 2003
  • How the technology was able to help clients clear cancer
  • The impact of geographic stress and lay lines on the endocrine system/thyroid
  • Using copper to conduct energy in your home
  • The power of belief vs knowing in relation to healing
  • Tips for dealing with EMF
  • The types of biofeedback devices, tools and technologies at The Q360 Club
01:21:19 — Sound Frequency, Collective Consciousness & Aaron’s Miraculous Story
  • Dr. Ruth B Down
  • Radionics and quantum entanglement
  • Use cases of measuring sound frequency in the world and throughout history
  • The process of utilizing The Q360 Club’s facilities
  • Examples of collective consciousness and adaptability
  • Exploring benefits of a vibe plate and resonant light machine
  • How Aaron repaired his Achilles tendon
  • Aaron’s experience being struck by lightning

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Aaron Cameron: [00:00:00] I've had so many people, and I'll just use this as an example, it's like, well, I'm not sure because seeing is believing. That's how we've been taught the whole time. And I'm like, well, have you noticed anything? You're like, I'm not sure. Well, I did walk up a flight of stairs. I'm like, well, how many could you do before? And they're like, none. I said, is that an improvement? I'm not sure. Is that good? They're like, yeah, you know what? I do feel better. Okay. Then something's going on here. But it's all about tuning. We can tune a guitar, a piano, a car. Why can't we tune ourselves? This is Aaron Cameron. You're listening to The Life Stylist Podcast.

Luke Storey: [00:00:45] In this episode, you'll learn about the wildly innovative light, sound, and frequency healing technologies at the Q360 Club in Malibu, California; magnetic resonance devices and the truth about PEMF; soulsonic sound wave therapy; the hydrogen mineral cloud room; Rife machines and how specific frequencies support healing and pathogen management, and the history of innovations like the multi-wave oscillator, the Rorschach, and the power of scalar wave technology; cutting-edge diagnostic tools you won't find in hospitals; the critical role of minerals in the process of healing; the resonant light device; EMF as a bio dis regulator and how to harmonize it; why quantum energy is the future of healing; how ionic footbaths work and why the water changes color when you use them; the benefits of whole body vibration and how it creates more human growth hormone; the many so-called incurable conditions that can be overcome when you give the body what it requires to heal itself; and finally, why the industrial medical complex does everything it can to prevent you from learning about all of these alternative therapies. 

This is Episode 474 featuring Aaron Cameron. Born in Ontario, Canada, Aaron's vision for a state-of-the-art healing center sparked as a child when he experienced three life-changing events. The first occurred at age five when he and his mother were walking their dog and got hit by lightning, prompting Aaron's realization of a power much higher than himself. 

The second event occurred at age eight when Aaron was riding his bicycle home alone in a torrential rainstorm and fell into a watery trench. Not knowing how to swim, he began to drown until he felt something grab his wrist and pull him out to safety. When he caught his breath and looked around, there was not a person in sight. 

The third was around age 12 when Aaron's family was living near the largest nuclear station in North America. And due to the toxicity of the environment, Aaron watched as many of his friends and neighbors got sick and underwent invasive treatments that involved chemotherapy and surgery, but none of them survived. Innately, Aaron knew these invasive medical modalities were not the answer and took it upon himself to find the truth about self-healing.

Well, now fast forward to Aaron's adult life in Southern California, where he produced his own energy and light machines that he used on himself and was soon attracting people from all walks of life to his garage for healing sessions. Inspired by his successes, Aaron finally created his own state-of-the-art healing center, Q360, in Malibu in 2018, at which this dialog took place. There, he helped his clients foster optimal health in mind, body, spirit, and amplify their own healing capabilities through the use of sound, light, and the quantum energy field.

Now, we recorded this conversation after I spent an entire day at Q360 doing a circuit of all their offerings. So needless to say, we had a lot to talk about, and I was high as a kite by the time we finally turned the mics on. The show notes for this one are located at lukestorey.com/aaron, A-A-R-O-N. 

Before we jump into this, I want to invite you to join me next week for Episode 475, another epic convo recorded on location in Malibu with legendary music producer Rick Rubin, where we discuss creativity, art, and his new book, The Creative Act: A Way of Being, and of course, the mystical magic of music. 

And check it out. If you'd like me to send you the audio, video, written transcripts, and show notes for next week's episode, here is all you need to do. Just go to lukestorey.com/newsletter and enter your name and best email. That's lukestorey.com/newsletter. And now, my friends, it's time to jump into the incredible healing world of Q360 and Aaron Cameron on The Life Stylist Podcast. 

Man, we are in a-- I was going to say a winter wonderland, but it's now spring. We are in a spring wonderland here. This place is freaking amazing, dude.

Aaron Cameron: [00:04:52] Are you talking about this place?

Luke Storey: [00:04:53] Yes. Q360. Malibu, California.

Aaron Cameron: [00:04:56] Okay. Yeah, it's interesting.

Luke Storey: [00:04:57] It's so cool. Our mutual friend Doyle has been telling me about you guys for, I don't know, three years or something.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:04] What took you so long to get here?

Luke Storey: [00:05:06] Well, I moved. That's the thing.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:08] Okay, well, you're off the hook. That's fine. It's good.

Luke Storey: [00:05:11] It's a long drive from Austin, Texas.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:13] Yeah, it's a minute.

Luke Storey: [00:05:14] But he was telling me about it shortly before the lockdown, and I was like, yeah, I'm going to get out there. He's like, dude, we got to go. And then the lockdown happened and I just holed up in Laurel Canyon and didn't leave until I got a U-Haul and left for good. So it was really fun to be back here.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:29] You got out in time, man. I'm not sure.

Luke Storey: [00:05:31] It was good timing.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:31] All the taxes and stuff with California. I don't know.

Luke Storey: [00:05:35] It's pretty nice. I like that part. But to be honest, I've been staying in Venice on the west side and spending some time up here in Malibu. And I'm like, ah, I didn't think I missed California because it just got weird during that period, and I was like, I'm out. But I got to admit, I've been like, shit, it's pretty nice here.

Aaron Cameron: [00:05:53] It's nice. Beautiful view.

Luke Storey: [00:05:57] Yeah. We're looking at the ocean right now. This is my second podcast this week in the Malibu overlooking the ocean.

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:02] So it's like what brought me down here is this. You look at the water. I'm Pisces. Mountains, that's all we need. However, some of the individuals that are here, they could maybe go or stay. I'm not sure. I'm not saying anything that's PC or not. I'm not sure how to--

Luke Storey: [00:06:22] The elected officials, I would say, could be on the first boat out.

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:25] Yeah. We can get them on the-- 

Luke Storey: [00:06:27] Actually, I was talking to--

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:28] Olympic or was it a Titanic? I'm not sure.

Luke Storey: [00:06:30] The Titanic.

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:32] Whatever.

Luke Storey: [00:06:32] That would be my vote. It's funny, I was texting with Doyle and I was having a just a beautiful California moment and I went, man, God, there are some things here I really miss. There are parts that are so beautiful. And he texted me the perfect answer and he said, dude, California is amazing. The only problem is it's in California.

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:48] That's right.

Luke Storey: [00:06:49] But I mean, I lived here for 32 years in LA, and I mean, I loved it. I had many lives and careers. And it was very good to me. So I honor it. But anyway, you come from Toronto.

Aaron Cameron: [00:06:59] Yes.

Luke Storey: [00:07:00] And you were telling me a little earlier that you got into this stuff, what, 2003? We're talking about frequency technologies and things like that.

Aaron Cameron: [00:07:08] It goes back further than that. I got into this-- here, I'll give you a little rundown. It's been an odyssey really. I couldn't have planned it. Don't know if I want to change it or not. It's been a path. I was living next to a nuclear facility, Pickering, Ontario, Canada. I was 12 years old, and all of a sudden, did you hear so-and-so down the street? They have cancer. And I'm like, no, I didn't. And then family members and stuff. And we're close proximity to a very large nuclear facility, one of the largest ones in North America. CANDU reactor is 5'8 stone ridge line.

And all these people are getting cancer on my street. And I couldn't understand, okay, why are we using radiation? I'm 12 years old. And why are we using radiation to fix cancer when it's causing cancer? And I'm like, when we move to Chernobyl, would we do this? And they're like, shut up, kid. Go away. Beat it. You don't know what you're talking about. So anyway, that question led me to this moment in time of now. It's been an odyssey. No joke. So the truth of how things actually really work as opposed to what we're taught, it's inverted. It's completely inverted. As above so is below. No joke.

Luke Storey: [00:08:30] Who are some of the first pioneers and inventors that you started to discover? The Royal Rife or Tesla.

Aaron Cameron: [00:08:39] Actually Linus Pauling.

Luke Storey: [00:08:41] Oh, Linus Pauling.

Aaron Cameron: [00:08:41] Seriously.

Luke Storey: [00:08:41] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:08:42] Antioxidant, vitamin C, that stuff.

Luke Storey: [00:08:46] Modern molecular medicine and stuff.

Aaron Cameron: [00:08:47] Yeah. Well, then, look at David Hudson with Ormus, orbitally re-arranged monoatomic elements. 

Luke Storey: [00:08:55] Ah, you just reminded me, dude. I was going to bring you this incredible-- I interviewed a guy named David Reid the other day, and he's got a product called-- 

Aaron Cameron: [00:09:02] Why does he sound familiar?

Luke Storey: [00:09:03] He's an Australian guy. He's got a product called Manna, and I get overloaded with products. I'm not easily impressed at this point. God bless all the companies, but it's like everything's out, I figured. He scoured the earth in the Himalayas, and the Dead Sea, and Israel, all over to source the most potent Shilajit and also sea plasma from the Dead Sea, which he then has this process to amplify or extract the Ormus. And so it's this stuff called Manna. It comes in a little packet. It's one gram of Shilajit and then highly concentrated Ormus sea minerals. And it is so fucking awesome because I know you're into minerals.

Aaron Cameron: [00:09:41] Did you try it?

Luke Storey: [00:09:41] Yeah, I have it. I was going to bring you one and--

Aaron Cameron: [00:09:43] Man, I want to try it because I'm going to test it and see. I mean, I'm open to anything that works. Best practices, that's my--

Luke Storey: [00:09:50] Do you muscle test stuff? I saw you guys doing some pendulum stuff here.

Aaron Cameron: [00:09:54] Yes. I have equipment here that takes the human element out of it, if you will. It measures in real time. It can test up into the 96, 97% accuracy. It just sends a ping. Does this work for the individual taking-- I'm not here to sell people anything. So muscle testing sometimes is like, yeah, go to our mineral shop and buy all of our shit.

Luke Storey: [00:10:20] Yeah. Like with the little EMF pendants and stuff at the health shows.

Aaron Cameron: [00:10:23] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:10:24] And you're like, you were pressing harder the second time.

Aaron Cameron: [00:10:26] Yeah. The guy's hanging on your arm, pulling it down. Yeah, I'm not into that, but yes, we do. I'm very neutral. I just want people to get the best stuff, whatever they need. We're the guys down the river. So that's the philosophy here. My center is designed for all self-healing. I don't heal anybody that comes in here. However, I brought in everything from the great people, women and men, that built way better technology over 100 years ago. They were ostracized or whatever. This is a tribute to them. No joke.

From Tesla to Ruth Drown to Huxley, all these people that had better technologies. Buddy of mine, Sam, all the stuff that's here, they tried to get it into a pure thing and it didn't work so well because it was about maybe money, whatever the agenda was. It lent itself that way. So yeah. We do a lot of different testing to see what is working with the terrain. Just because it says it's doing something, well, where is the manufacturer? Has it process? Titanium dioxide? Where are the ingredients? Do they work with that particular individual? Is it going to have a voltage drain or is it going to have a voltage gain?

Now, a healthy person, a resting cell, you can go look at Jerry-- I'm so glad these guys are saying it now because I've been talking about this stuff for years and it's just like, okay, they can say it. They have the accolades and that's super cool. So a resting cell, if you want to call it homeostasis, I'm pretty sure that's trademarked. We'll just say balanced, runs between -22 to -25 millivolts. So that is, if you look at it, you have Duracell batteries, carbon, zinc, electron potential, but they have to touch in order to conduct.

Luke Storey: [00:12:24] So like if you put two AA batteries in the wrong way, nothing happens.

Aaron Cameron: [00:12:28] It flips the polarity. It's not going to send a charge. So when a battery starts to become depleted, it's like a drill. You don't put it on charge or your iPad or whatever it is. What happens is the battery goes to its last moment and it drains. It becomes a potential of a hot battery, and that is where dis ease of cell occurs. So anything 30 plus millivolts as opposed to -25 millivolts, it flips the polarity and that's where dis ease of cell is, it's a cell, cell voltage, whatever. And that's where we have conditions, syndromes, other diseases I'm not going to get into, but that's where things start to fail. 

And a body will take energy from somewhere else. For instance, suprarenal. It's a parallel pack with what? Thyroid. So when we have issues with our suprarenal, we have issues with thyroid. Thyroid is a thermostat for the body. It allows the heat fluctuation. If it's not working right, there's cell voltage discrepancy, the TSH, thyroid stimulating hormone, will start to go the opposite direction, and then T4T3 conversion doesn't work, and that runs cell voltage. So then you go to T3, T2, T1. That is the mitochondria voltage. 

So now we're not getting our ATP. We're not getting our energy to that actual energy system and it starts to fail, and we have dis ease of cell. And by the way, if you eat food, everything you break down by gastric system, it converts ATP back into light, red light, infrared light. We are light. We breathe light, which is oxygen. We see with light. So I don't know. It's all spectrum of light.

Luke Storey: [00:14:24] It's so good. You reminded me of the deuterium piece.

Aaron Cameron: [00:14:29] Oh, yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:14:31] Dude, I'm going to send you, if you're interested-- I did years ago. This is maybe five, probably five years ago. I did a couple deep dive shows on deuterium, deuterium-depleted water, and all that with a couple of scientists.

Aaron Cameron: [00:14:43] Who was it?

Luke Storey: [00:14:45] Dr. Laszlo Boros and Dr.Que. 

Aaron Cameron: [00:14:51] They sound familiar.

Luke Storey: [00:14:52] They're from here. I mean, not from here, but they're based--

Aaron Cameron: [00:14:55] UCLA? Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:14:56] UCLA is Laszlo Boros. Always gets his first and last name confused. And then Dr. Que is a PhD immunologist. And they were partners at the time working on some deuterium stuff, and then they went their own ways. But anyway, I've done a few of them on that and it's something I'm really fascinated by. And you talked about the mitochondria, and the reason I raise that is because I was asking someone here at the clinic, around the foot baths. I said, have you done it with distilled water? 

Aaron Cameron: [00:15:25] You can explain that whole thing.

Luke Storey: [00:15:26] But she goes, oh, we sometimes do it with deuterium-depleted water. And I was like, What? I never heard of that. What's that? What's up with that? So let's do the foot bath thing and your take on deuterium.

Aaron Cameron: [00:15:37] Okay, so footpath, ionic foot bath, it was approved as hydrotherapy 1974. I worked with a gentleman that was doing all the research, Dr. Cornwallis. He's still around. I thought he was gone. They tried to-- whatever they do. So he would do a full submersion with putting people in a bathtub, and he would do a five-day turnaround and change voltage, and people didn't have that crisis, if you will. So people go and they go, oh, there's a color chart with green to whatever, gallbladder and this and this and this. That's not how it really worked. 

We're looking at particles. You're creating-- it's like a-- how do we put it? When you energize something, let's say you want to paint a surface and you put a charge on it, and now you have a sprayer, and it's now drawing everything towards that negative charge. So that's how we-- two different paint jobs. You energize it so it's drawn. 

So what we're doing is we're speeding up the body's ability to sweat. Perspiration. You're opening up pores, you're creating a draw, like pulses, into water. Well, we're 72.8% water. Makes sense. So it's opening up the pores and it's allowing that flow to sweat it out. That's what footbaths do.  And that's the real science behind it. It's just like, get the toxins out.

Luke Storey: [00:17:14] I'm glad to know it's legit because as I was telling you earlier, I had one for a few years and I was like, I don't know if it's doing anything. And then I thought it was a scam because I put distilled water in it and then the water didn't turn color. So I was like, oh, it's fake. Because I thought it was like toxins coming out, and then you explained, because there's no electrolytes in the water, there's nothing to oxidize.

Aaron Cameron: [00:17:35] Distilled water, it collapses the structure. And I'll give a whole class on that later. There's no conductivity. You can send distilled water pretty much in a lightning storm, you're not going to conduct. You're safe in electricity. You're not going to be energized. So same with reverse osmosis. It steals all the minerals out of the structure of water, so it collapses it. And when you drink that, distilled water or reverse osmosis, what does water want to do? It wants to fill its cup first, so it steals your electrolytes, so it dehydrates more. 

One of the biggest signs of people that drink distilled water, reverse osmosis, they start to lose copper, gray hair, collagen. Thiamine, amino acid creates it. So now all the collagen starts to go. They look really depleted now. A very good friend of mine, Robert Slovak, who's a water scientist--

Luke Storey: [00:18:35] I know Robert.

Aaron Cameron: [00:18:35] Okay. So his brother-- 

Luke Storey: [00:18:37] He's been on the show a bunch of times. 

Aaron Cameron: [00:18:38] His brother--

Luke Storey: [00:18:39] What happened?

Aaron Cameron: [00:18:40] To much of what?

Luke Storey: [00:18:41] Was he drinking-- oh, RO water?

Aaron Cameron: [00:18:44] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:18:44] He wasn't re-mineralizing it?

Aaron Cameron: [00:18:45] He wasn't at the time. Then Robert found the Quinton, and you need to have minerals. So Mahatma Gandhi, in 1939, he marched for the what? Salt tax. It wasn't about that. It was about having minerals. Minerals create amino acids. Amino acids creates a peptide, protein, cell, organ, self. That's a very fundamental grain of sand that builds a brick, that builds a building. That's a structural part. And then you have the photonic energy where light shines. Photosynthesis. Plants. We ingest plants to get what? Vitamins, which are also enzymes. It's all photon.

Luke Storey: [00:19:31] Wow. So where does the deuterium-depleted water come in in the foot bath?

Aaron Cameron: [00:19:36] I used to make this in my garage, and I would hit it with a microwave. Now the frequency of water is 2.45GHz. Sounds like 5G something. Anyway, I'm not going to get into it. All right. So that's how you start to ionize. You create friction, radiation, heat. So Michael Faraday cage, whatever, microwave. And you match the resonant frequency of H2O, and it creates it to start to move, oscillate, create friction, radiation, heat. 

So you put food in, it has moisture, matches moisture. That's what heats up the food. You put a piece of paper in there, there's no moisture. What happens? Nothing, because it's not matched to that resonance. That's how everything works. You have to have a resonant frequency. So that's how the microwave's always working.

So if you want to start to break down deuterium-depleted water, you hit it with a microwave and you release the deuterium isotope, which is a heavier isotope of the hydrogen and water. So I used to make this in the garage, and then I would freeze it, and the heavier water would freeze quicker, and I'd scoop it out. However, I was telling Robert and some scientists, I'm like, why don't you just take like a scope, follow it all the way down, keep remarking the frequency and take it down to zero? You don't have to put it through a filter.

So deuterium depleted water, they use it in a lot of different science with mitochondria to reset neutrality in the body so there's no voltage discrepancy, and that mitochondria goes all the way up from-- goes up to the surface. There's so many different properties.

Luke Storey: [00:21:22] So is that discrepancy in voltage with water that say, 155 PPM, a lot of deuterium, your average tap water, or low altitude, is that what gums up the nanomotors in the mitochondria that hinders the ATP production?

Aaron Cameron: [00:21:41] Partly. That's the only part of it.

Luke Storey: [00:21:42] There's more to it?

Aaron Cameron: [00:21:42] There's so much more to this man. We're opening up like a wormhole. No joke.

Luke Storey: [00:21:47] I love it. I could call this show The Wormhole podcast. I mean, that's how we roll.

Aaron Cameron: [00:21:52] Why not? Just open the door. We're in Australia. Why not?

Luke Storey: [00:21:56] Yeah. How does this voltage situation with the deuterium-depleted water then work in the footbath?

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:04] I was doing it test. I had a growth on my calf and I'm just like, well, instead of processed water, I going to use a deuterium-depleted water, which is very, very low, and it's going to give me the conductivity, but it's not going to have any memory to it. So I used it and it cleared the situation.

Luke Storey: [00:22:27] From drinking it?

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:28] No, I just ran frequencies through it.

Luke Storey: [00:22:31] Whoa.

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:31] So I do a lot of these-- I test so many things, man. It's crazy.

Luke Storey: [00:22:35] Wow. I wish I lived closer. I would be in here all the time.

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:38] It's like a little, I don't know.

Luke Storey: [00:22:40] It's a laboratory.

Luke Storey: [00:22:43] It kind of is.

Luke Storey: [00:22:44] In a sense, because you have all the diagnostic pieces too, which is-- 

Luke Storey: [00:22:47] I can't even call it diagnostic.

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:48] That's a trademark-- 

Luke Storey: [00:22:49] Oh, okay, medical term.

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:50] So these are biofeedback assessment.

Luke Storey: [00:22:54] Assessment. There you go.

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:55] Body mapping.

Luke Storey: [00:22:56] There you go. 

Aaron Cameron: [00:22:56] Hmm. What's going on with your cell voltage today? And we can look at in real time and correct in real time. Now, that is very important. So a lot of people, they go through standard care, which is awesome. I mean, I love all the men and women that do that. They're really trying to help people. Whether they know stuff or not, that's to be debated. However, when you look at how the body works-- there was a guy that once said-- oh my God, what was his name? Do no harm, let food be thy medicine. Hippocrates.

Anyway, I'm just joking. But everything that we're doing, we're doing more aggression. It's a war on this and that, whatever. And they're not using the system as a whole. They're looking at-- well, you go to your nephrologist, cardiologist. I mean, these parts are all connected, aren't they? They're all part of it.

Luke Storey: [00:23:59] There should be a practitioner that's just called a bodily system-ist.

Aaron Cameron: [00:24:04] Right. I don't know. So I wanted to develop something that used old science. I mean, the stuff I'm using is Ayurvedic, 8,600 plus years, to Chinese traditional, to even Western allopathic, which means alternative medicine, 182, 183 years. It's best practices. It's a 360 approach for people to understand how to change their state from the emotion, which is 80%, all the way down to what are they eating? Is glysophate in it? I'm not sure. Is there something that is not allowing the body to get the information it needs to?

So going back to the term depleted water, I mean, yeah, everything gets gummed up. I've looked at all these different processes, how we can utilize different ways to send signals. It's all about sending signals. And that's how I got into all this stuff. I'll give you a little quick side note with this, and I'll get back and I'll wrap it up, and it'll be cool. 

Twelve years old, people dying on my street with cancer, wanted to help them. Couldn't understand why we're using radiation, just didn't make sense, when the radiation was causing cancer, and it was causing a cell voltage discrepancy. It's a proton charge. A resting potential of a healthy human cell works at -25 millivolts. It's a negative charge. Hydroxyl. Interesting, right? 

When a cell divides in order to have a perfect copy of cell division, it must be between -50 to -90 millivolts. And that's where you get a perfect Xerox copy. And the telomeres, Leonard Hayflick, 1962, said, the little shoestring on the telomeres, which, by the way, on chromosome, it's a tuning fork. I'll show you what it looks like in a minute. It starts shrinking down.

Poor copy, poor copy, death of cell, apoptosis. Or poor copy, poor copy, protector cell, continuous cell, cancer, quarantine cell. And that's how it really works, proven by many great people over the last 100 plus years. We have a war on cancer. Now, turn off cancer. It's the last moment of defense. It's built into every single cell in our body.

Luke Storey: [00:26:25] See, I thought the cancer thing was a chemotherapy deficiency.

Aaron Cameron: [00:26:30] Yeah, well, it could be. We might need more, I'm not sure. I'm looking for whatever works for everyone. But when I look at all the stats from when I started to now, they haven't changed in that many years. It's 3 to 5%. They said, look, you want to go on your studies and stuff? You made 5%. Would I pass you?  It's so weird. Three to 5%. And here's how it's presented. Within five years, 97% of the people will make it. 

Well, what they should say is, five years, 97% of the people don't make it. And you don't have to cut parts off to do this. Burn it. Poison it. No. And that's how-- it's cell voltage, so anything at any moment of time can become cancer as a protector cell. It's life extension technologies. That's in Florida right now. They take a light chain antibody out of-- I don't know if we censor this part or not.

Luke Storey: [00:27:45] No, that's okay. I've interviewed some super far out people on the show. No one is phased by anything.

Aaron Cameron: [00:27:50] Well, maybe I'm medium far out.

Luke Storey: [00:27:51] Yeah. You can go as far out as you want.

Aaron Cameron: [00:27:54] So there is vats of multiple myeloma that they take, and they take the light chain antibody out of it as a technology, just like everything comes from something. Metal, iron, ore to, whatever. Everything comes from the planet or research from an extraction, tincture, plant medicine, whatever frequency. Okay. So I'm just giving how it works.

So they take a light chain antibody from multiple myeloma and they use that as a smart bomb chemo for 100,000, and the same tech. And you have to dig into this. Pregnancy test kit for five bucks. Yeah, it's weird. So there's a lot of stuff, and I'm all for best practices. But it's a disease maintenance thing that I couldn't stand. I can't do it.

Luke Storey: [00:28:54] It's frustrating. It's like a lot of this, the cycle that we're stuck in at our stage of medical evolution or devolution--

Luke Storey: [00:29:06] It's maybe devolution.

Luke Storey: [00:29:08] It's the war against principle. It's like the war on drugs. Anytime you're against something, it's like you get caught in a negative feedback loop versus being-- it's a movement for health, and radiance, and vitality, and longevity. Anytime you add that, a war against the thing, against the cancer, against the--

Aaron Cameron: [00:29:28] You don't fight anything. Be neutral. So that goes back to the Holy Trinity. It goes back to Nikola Tesla. Positive, negative, and neutral. You want to understand the universe thing, again, energy, vibration, frequency. His numbers were 3, 6, 9 when they confiscated his stuff. Base 12, thoracic 12. That's how I built that Tesla coil over there. 

It's interesting because at the top of the apex, you have the energy, the male, if you will, masculine. Animated sun comes into view in the morning, it animates us with what? Red light. Infrared light. It powers our hydrogen, which is the number one on even the fake periodic table that they teach in college. Walter D. Russell was a-- it's a different thing. But hydrogen is divided into the whole-- if you want to look at the periodic table, the atomic weight is divided by hydrogen on the whole table.

So hydrogen is the base source. So in the morning, when sun comes into view, it animates us with the color red, and it gets us motion, get up, move around. Now, if it's cloudy in Seattle or Toronto, where I'm from, I might want to just light a fire and watch a movie if it's dark. Okay. So as the sun goes by, noon, hydrogen rotates on the color green. Did you go on the cloud?

Luke Storey: [00:30:58] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [00:30:58] What color did you see?

Luke Storey: [00:31:00] Pink.

Aaron Cameron: [00:31:01] When it came out?

Luke Storey: [00:31:02] Green. Oh, I didn't notice.

Aaron Cameron: [00:31:04] It resets your neutral of the hydrogen. The color spectrum, man. You go back to homeostasis, that's trademark. Balance. You go back to balance. So as the sun goes by, high noon, neutral hydrogen, it goes into a violet color. What happens? We have a 180-degree polarity shift on how we think in the morning versus evening. So if you get on a jet, you go from LA to New York, it flips your polarity and that's called jet lag. But you can flip it back really quickly. Just simple stuff. So light is very, very, very important. Do you remember, oh my God, Sean Connery, James Bond?

Luke Storey: [00:31:45] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [00:31:45] I mean, they painted that lady gold. Goldfinger. Remember that?

Luke Storey: [00:31:50] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:31:50] Oh, my God. But she suffocated, why? Even though she could breathe through her nose or mouth, she suffocated because they blocked skin. Epithelial cells need light, which is oxygen. They need it. It has to breathe. Interesting, right? And he's tied to the table, and he's like, do you expect me to talk Goldfinger? Mr. Bond, I expect you to die. Remember that? It was a brilliant moment. However, Quantum of Solace, it was the same thing. But the lady was painted in black gold. She suffocated. We need light. 

Prior. Re-spirit. I don't know. Something about that. It's like you bring in oxygen. Oxygen is flow. And water is flow, like Bruce Lee said, be like water and flow. I don't know. So all these things I wanted to bring together, and I got into this because I wanted to know how can we do stuff that's better? And it turns out there is a lot better technology in the 1900s.

Luke Storey: [00:32:53] When you started this, this outfit here, what was the first iteration of it? What's this device? There's so many things in here that--

Aaron Cameron: [00:33:01] I know. I mean, this is like a-- I know.

Luke Storey: [00:33:04] No. I like going meta. We could go meta and weave in and out of this. It's all beautiful. It's all lovely. But I would also be remiss just out of my own curiosity. What's the thing at the front door? It looks like a metal detector, and then there's a big white box and-- 

Aaron Cameron: [00:33:21] Oh. So that was a prototype. Groups of people I work with. Does a way to sanitize the room, not sterilize because it's a different meaning to that, but sanitize the room. It's using water, and I put frequencies behind it and structure it. 

Luke Storey: [00:33:44] Oh, wow. So when people come through the threshold, it's like--

Aaron Cameron: [00:33:46] Yeah. And it stays in the atmosphere for six to eight hours. So it works on all the different viral fragments and stuff. That's pretty cool.

Luke Storey: [00:33:54] What's your take on dealing with EMF? This is something I've done. I mean, so many podcasts on all of the different testing, and shielding, and harmonizing, and everything from the quantum stuff to the hard physics of blocking, and Faraday, and all the things. Where do you think we are with that, and what can we do about it now that it's so prevalent? Being back here in LA, I'm just like, holy shit, in the two years I've been gone, it is just 5G-ed to the--. 

Aaron Cameron: [00:34:27] Well, that's milliwatt.

Luke Storey: [00:34:28] I know, dude. And they're everywhere. I mean, you have them in downtown Austin. They've done a bit of it, but I live in the sticks, and we don't have it out there, thankfully.

Aaron Cameron: [00:34:36] So before 2019, there was 13,800 towers. Now there's--

Luke Storey: [00:34:40] In the country?

Aaron Cameron: [00:34:41] In California.

Luke Storey: [00:34:42] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:34:42] And now there's 300 thousand plus towers. So every square inch is covered by a milliwatt, which is the frequency of water, 2.45GHz to the exponent of five. So what it does is two things. It ionizes. It speeds up cellular division, shortens telomeres. And we go through a process of age fast. People walk around with cell phones on their head. I've worked with so many-- you can see what it does. It creates a bad battery in our cell voltage. 

Now, I'm not saying bad stuff about technology. I love technology. All we have to do is filter it. Whether people are doing it with good or bad intent, that's another subject matter. What I'm saying is it's no different than filtering your water today. You're not going to go down to Mexico and just drink the tap water. Well, we know people that probably had Montezuma's revenge. So it's like knowing stuff to fix it. 

Now, the second part of that is it bounces off of high density, let's say, concrete or bone, and it creates extreme low frequency which blocks receptor site, so now calcium receptor sites aren't working properly. So we have another voltage discrepancy and it causes dis ease of cell. And that's part of that tech.

Luke Storey: [00:36:13] And is that the piece of the calcium-- what's it called? The calcium voltage?  It opens up the voltage of your cell and allows all this influx of calcium.

Aaron Cameron: [00:36:24] Yeah. So it's like a bad battery. It's like the terminals are now calcified, so you're not getting on your-- 

Luke Storey: [00:36:31] Calcium gated voltage channels. I think that's the word I was looking for.

Aaron Cameron: [00:36:34] It blocks it. So it corrodes. You've got to un-corrode it. So now-- 

Luke Storey: [00:36:40] What are what are some of the things that you've discovered that are good for mitigating, filtering, blocking and harmonizing all that stuff.

Aaron Cameron: [00:36:47] Cloth, Faraday cage, certain technologies, some of Ayurveda too. Doing ley lines too. I look at everything all around.

Luke Storey: [00:36:59] I wonder if-- because in here there's all these Rife machines and oscillators--

Aaron Cameron: [00:37:03] Yeah, I negate this stuff, dude.

Luke Storey: [00:37:05] But you guys have Wi-Fi in here. So I was in here and I was like, oh, I bet all the positive fields that the native EMF, the right frequencies that are of the earth and of our cosmos versus the non-native EMF and these weird frequencies, you're probably overriding it. All right.

Aaron Cameron: [00:37:22] Well, no, I went to measures when I got this space. I did the ley lines here. I did conditioning of the 60Hz grid because, remember, alternating current, great, however dirty energy 60Hz, on and off switch. Potential disease, on and off, just being in a 60Hz grid. So I balance everything in this whole field. Then I have quantum stuff offsite too, working. So that's this energy. Yeah. I balance everything, man.

Luke Storey: [00:37:57] Tell me about the cloud room, which I posted on my Instagram today.

Aaron Cameron: [00:38:02] It's cool.

Aaron Cameron: [00:38:02] If anyone's watching, we'll call the show notes lukestorey.com/360. Cool. It won't be Episode 360 because we passed that, but that'll be the show notes. And there's an Instagram post I did today that I took inside your cloud room, this pink cloud. And it was fun. So if people want to see a visual of it, follow me on Instagram @lukestorey and you'll see it. But I walked in there and I was like, whatever this is, I want to be in here. Just felt really good.

Aaron Cameron: [00:38:29] So the only one in the world that does this. It completely redoxes cell voltage.

Luke Storey: [00:38:37] Really?

Aaron Cameron: [00:38:38] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:38:38] In how long? I think I was in there 15 minutes or something. Is that a typical--

Aaron Cameron: [00:38:41] The longer, the better. So back in 30s, children that were born with severe damage, or whatever, DNA structure, they would nebulize minerals, ionically. They breathe it, and it would help repair the nucleotide's DNA, amino acids. Okay. So this has a full spectrum. I drop out the sodium. Sodium chloride IV push or any type of IV or--

Luke Storey: [00:39:19] Like magnesium chloride instead of sodium chloride? 

Aaron Cameron: [00:39:20] Yeah, but I modify it. Every group--

Luke Storey: [00:39:23] So the mist in the air-- 

Luke Storey: [00:39:25] It's a full spectrum without sodium. It's got all minerals of life, everything in there. So it completely-- wherever your body needs it, it recharges cellular voltage. It's like a battery pack.

Luke Storey: [00:39:39] And that's going in your skin and your lungs.

Aaron Cameron: [00:39:41] You breathe it. It's ionic. Totally ionic.

Luke Storey: [00:39:44] Wow. And what's the-- is there a hydrogen element to it?

Aaron Cameron: [00:39:46] Yeah. Well, it's separating oxygen and hydrogen.

Luke Storey: [00:39:50] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:39:51] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:39:51] Wow.

Aaron Cameron: [00:39:52] Plus light. So full spectrum light. Well, you eat plants for what? Vitamins. Vitamins are what? Photon. Photosynthesis. Vitamins. So enzymes are photon. Vitamins, photon. So it's photon activated to light with the structure that builds-- so the mineral makes amino acid, the proton, which is peptide, cell, organ, self. So that's the structure, the scaffold. Plus consciousness, I programed frequency into it for whoever's in there.

Luke Storey: [00:40:39] How often do you go in there? I mean, I see--

Aaron Cameron: [00:40:41] Whenever I can. I mean, my whole family, I've kept everybody-- I mean, my God, I come over here sometimes in the morning with dogs that are sick. I'm just like, all right, I'm going to the thing. And it's funny, but this--

Luke Storey: [00:40:56] When I've been in here, and we're after business hours now and everyone's gone but, I mean, you're in here really working with all kinds of different people. I mean, you have a great staff. By the way, your staff is really beautiful and helpful.

Aaron Cameron: [00:41:09] Thank you. They're why this place exists.

Luke Storey: [00:41:12] Good job on the HR because everyone has been just really, really lovely. But I see you just moving around. And when I was here the other day, like, hey, nice to meet you and you're off and doing your thing. I mean, do you get just fully energized and fueled by the work you're doing here?

Aaron Cameron: [00:41:28] I do. Giving back and helping people, when they overcome challenges that they're told they've got to pack their bag, and they're here, man, there's nothing more satisfying to help somebody achieve their goal and deconstruct that whole story of-- it's so not true. We've done the last thing for over 100 plus years. We can split an atom. That's incredible. I don't know. Cause a nuclear explosion, whatever. Can't figure out what's causing discord, disease? There's something wrong here. Seriously. So in Western medicine, you go back to Rife. You're saying Rife.

Luke Storey: [00:42:15] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [00:42:15] So one of his biggest things-- and people, this is amazing. Rife, 1921, builds the world's most powerful microscope, 31,000 times resolution. That's pretty amazing. In 1980, we had a 5X machine. So 31,000 times, for a first time could see a virus. Now, here's the difference. His scope, he put glycerin and he was able to dampen and block the electron bombardment into the sample and his agar or the dish. He was shielding it so he could see stuff without disturbing stuff. 

The electronic microscopy we use in Western standard care right now, they bombard so many electrons. It's like, I put my agar or my sample. I turn on a high heat boil. It boils everything in pieces, fragments, and carcasses. They destroy the subject while trying to see it, therefore bloodwork comes back inconclusive. And they're like, what's your name? We've never seen it. We're going to name a syndrome after you. Here's your label. Go home and think about it. Because they destroy it.

Luke Storey: [00:43:27] Trippy.

Aaron Cameron: [00:43:28] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:43:28] So speaking of Rife, you guys have all these different-- 

Aaron Cameron: [00:43:34] Well, these are different ways to drive it. Rife was outlawed many years ago.

Luke Storey: [00:43:39] Oh, okay. For people watching the video, when this is on-- 

Aaron Cameron: [00:43:43] Let's turn it on.

Luke Storey: [00:43:44] Are there noble gases in here or something?

Aaron Cameron: [00:43:48] This one's using-- let's just see if I can turn this on so you can get an effect here. This has got neon. So it's an inert gas. Noble gas. Let's see here. And I have many different machines to-- here, we'll just use this one. We'll go. That's on. It's on. Okay. To drive different ways of frequencies. And I have to change it all the time.

Luke Storey: [00:44:24] There we go.

Aaron Cameron: [00:44:25] So that's creating a field.

Luke Storey: [00:44:27] And this needs to be on your skin.

Aaron Cameron: [00:44:29] It doesn't.

Luke Storey: [00:44:30] Oh, really? Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:44:31] When you put it on your skin, it accelerates. And if I put you on a grounding pad, you're completing a circuit. But just coming into the view of it. I'm getting it. You're getting it.

Luke Storey: [00:44:39] I'm going to grab the grounding pad.

Aaron Cameron: [00:44:40] Yeah, you'll feel it. Actually, here. Luke, put it on scan and then push it on your-- you're grounded with that thing. I wouldn't suggest that. You might short yourself out.

Luke Storey: [00:44:55] Oh, actually, yeah. That's something to think about because you're--

Aaron Cameron: [00:44:58] You're all connected here.

Luke Storey: [00:44:59] This mic is actually hooked up to--

Aaron Cameron: [00:45:01] Yeah, we're not going to do that. You might feel a voltage that-- it's okay. I can--

Luke Storey: [00:45:07] Because oftentimes I'm running this on batteries, but when I travel, I plug it into the--

Aaron Cameron: [00:45:13] So it's a good question that I--

Luke Storey: [00:45:15] Yeah, I'm glad you noticed that. But I can still do skin even though I have electricity on my head?

Aaron Cameron: [00:45:19] No, don't do it. Just hold it there. Yeah, you're good. But we're getting it. If I had my voltage meter, you would see it would respond to me here. Same proximity to you.

Luke Storey: [00:45:32] Okay. Like a skin voltage meter?

Aaron Cameron: [00:45:34] No. Just a electric voltage. So very low amperage. Um, it's sending a signal. Programed so many different frequencies. Frequencies for different things. So we take a body map when people come in here, and then we put them through our program, and then we create a program for them to continue.

Luke Storey: [00:45:58] And what's this particular device called?

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:00] This is the TrueRife F22. Now, Rife, I mean, it's a generator. These are just systems that are using Rife's name, whatever. It's like Elon Musk loves his tech, Tesla, but it's not a Tesla. I'm just saying.

Luke Storey: [00:46:20] So this is producing some degree of amperage and you're running it on--

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:25] Low amperage, low voltage, but it's driving radio waves that you don't ionize, hurt you like a-- 

Luke Storey: [00:46:32] Oh, it's radio waves.

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:33] Yeah, man.

Luke Storey: [00:46:34] Whoa. And then the frequencies are chosen in the software that run through here and go through--

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:38] Yeah. And I write a lot of them too.

Luke Storey: [00:46:39] The plasma tube.

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:40] Depending on our scanners and stuff giving biofeedback.

Luke Storey: [00:46:42] Oh, wow. And what was the biofeedback scanner that I was on the other day?

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:48] It was a non-linear one. Wait, your feet?

Luke Storey: [00:46:50] Yeah, I was on the foot.

Aaron Cameron: [00:46:52] Yeah, that's an SI machine. So it's more calibrated to Western, very accurate, and three-point measurement system. There's over 500 sensors in the box. Most biofeedback have eight. So there's a little difference.

Luke Storey: [00:47:10] Wow. Yeah. That was really interesting. One of the things that I really enjoy in my little home biohacking setup is I don't have anything that sophisticated, unfortunately, but just an HRV thing, or whatever, just different things to assess the body. And I love throwing someone in front of the BioCharger, or the AmpCoil, or doing an ice bath, or whatever, sauna, anything. When I had a hyperbaric chamber, that was fun.

Aaron Cameron: [00:47:38] You don't need that.

Luke Storey: [00:47:39] I got rid of it because it was messing with my ears. The tinnitus.

Aaron Cameron: [00:47:42] It will make it worse. It's more oxidative stress every time.

Luke Storey: [00:47:45] It made it hella worse. So I stopped. But anywho, what I really dig as my own little mad scientist is running an assessment on someone, however crude it might be, and then doing a few things and then coming back and seeing what happened. There's a sense of satisfaction in that, just seeing you move the needle on the biology and the energetics.

Aaron Cameron: [00:48:06] Or ease of movement. How do you feel?

Luke Storey: [00:48:09] Right. Well, I couldn't do this when I walked in here.

Aaron Cameron: [00:48:15] I've had so many people, and I'll just use this as an example, it's like, well, I'm not sure because seeing is believing. That's how we've been taught the whole time. And I'm like, well, have you noticed anything? You're like, I'm not sure. Well, I did walk up a flight of stairs. I'm like, well, how many could you do before? And they're like, none. I said, is that an improvement? I'm not sure. Is that good? They're like, yeah, you know what? I do feel better. Okay. Then something's going on here. But it's all about tuning. We can tune a guitar, a piano, a car. Why can't we tune ourselves?

Luke Storey: [00:48:53] Right. I think that's the thing that turned me on about the frequency stuff in the beginning, thinking about something like the AmpCoil, how it was explained to me. I did some podcast.

Aaron Cameron: [00:49:00] Is that with Aaron?

Luke Storey: [00:49:01] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [00:49:01] I know Aaron.

Luke Storey: [00:49:02] Yeah. Years ago when they first came out, we did a bunch of podcasts and that concept of the Ella Fitzgerald high C shattering the glass, and the way it was explained is like these various pathogens and what have a signature resonant frequency. And you can crack the cell wall of these pathogens with something like lime, or whatever, and render them inert or unable to replicate. And that just fundamentally-- I'm not a deeply scientific person and not necessarily super intelligent in that realm, but that's just like common sense.

Aaron Cameron: [00:49:37] It makes sense, right?

Luke Storey: [00:49:38] Yeah. 

Luke Storey: [00:49:39] The schematics to how things are organized. So going back to Ruth Drown, I'll wrap it up this way, I had to go to the library, found stuff. And this woman, she was Tesla brilliant. Last name Drown. That's pretty much what happened to her career, unfortunately. And this is a tribute to them, by the way. She was elected in 1915 to study with these guys. 

Now, I'll back it up a minute. In 1856, there was two allopathic doctors, Dr. George Starr White, Dr. Abrams. They're like, well, we are looking at everything, electromagnetic spectrum, Newtonian law, physics, so if disease exists, it therefore must be a measured frequency based on this principle. 

So here's how they went to prove their hypothesis. They built a room-size of phone booth. They took a terminally ill patient. Now, they are allopathic doctors, which means alternative medicine. It's weird as hell. 182 years. They took a terminally ill patient in through the back door, sat them comfortably in a chair, bare feet, copper plate. 

A wire would go to an adjacent room, and they'd bring someone that is considered healthy and neutral in through the front door. And the healthy patient was instructed to pick up a paddle that's connected by copper wire to the sick patient. What do you suppose happened?

They felt the same discomfort, same place as sick patient. And for a moment, the sick patient had relief. The guy put it down, or gal put it down, whatever, pick it up again, whatever, heart going on, whatever. They repeat this process over 10,000 times on different patients in 1856, man. 

So fast forward. Ruth, I liked it. Stayed with these guys. Abrams took it over from George. I think he passed on and he's up in [Inaudible]. Ruth stays with these guys. She builds something. 1928, she builds the world's first radio vision device.

So if you can imagine an MRI capability that can see inside the human terrain without ionizing it, creating destruction, 10,000 magnetic gauss like an MRI today, using radio waves, that's what she did. She could see where discord was in real time in the body. 

She goes to present it to her people. She pulls a drape off, she goes, ta da. Look at this. They're like, what is it? Well, it's radio vision. They're like, what does it do? Well, you can see bad voltage, and diseases, and whatever. One guy looks at the other guy, he goes, get rid of it. I don't care. Dump it in a river. I don't give a shit. Get rid of it. Thanks, Ruth. So nice to see you. That's Thomas Edison.

Luke Storey: [00:52:28] No way, dude. Wow.

Aaron Cameron: [00:52:31] So then she starts working on another project. She comes up with this idea by God, down-- whatever people want to call it. She comes up with this idea. She has a terminally ill patient that could not travel to her physical location. They're not going to get a horse and buggy at the time. She has him go down to local and they draw a vial of blood. And send it by Pony Express.

As long as she received them in 72 hours, she would put it under a frequency inert gas, just like you're holding there, and she would drive 880Hz into the sample of blood. What do you suppose happened to the individual not in the same state or town?

Luke Storey: [00:53:12] Got well.

Aaron Cameron: [00:53:13] How?

Luke Storey: [00:53:13] Quantum entanglement.

Aaron Cameron: [00:53:14] Here's how, though. This is interesting. Rosalind, she discovered double helix. Crooks, no, Cricks, I always mess up his name, and Watson, they stole it from her. Double helix, two strand DNA. Now, everyone's a little bit different, but DNA is super coiled around a little histone protein. Otherwise, we'd be like three, 400ft tall. So we're all compressed. All right. So if you unwind human DNA, it's 15.51 inches, approximately, 39.5cm. 

It's a receiver transmitter for light and sound. It's an antenna. She was singing signal here on the blood. And two tuning forks were talking through space and time. I mean, they're looking for a crime scene investigation here, or whatever, to match what? You have to have the coordinates right. So military industrial complex took this stuff. That's why you have a cell phone today.

Luke Storey: [00:54:07] Holy shit.

Aaron Cameron: [00:54:08] And no one knows who Dr. Ruth Drown was. If you Wikipedia her name, loser, paraphrase. No joke. I've collected this stuff for 30 something years, man. So it was just like, what the fuck? What is going on here? We use all this stuff, but people go, well, I don't see anything. Do you see your text message leave? Do you see the selfie when you take-- do you watch the picture go to the other person's phone? Stop it.

Luke Storey: [00:54:36] Is this in the similar realm of radionics?

Aaron Cameron: [00:54:39] This is radionics.

Luke Storey: [00:54:40] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:54:41] This is where it comes from.

Luke Storey: [00:54:43] Oh, I see.

Aaron Cameron: [00:54:43] So you take a picture, it's a capture of light, and light is DNA.

Luke Storey: [00:54:51] See, this is interesting because there's a couple of things that I work with. One is this Leela blocs. I don't know if you've you seen these? These gold blocs, and they're these quantum energy, not generators, but just contain quantum energies. And so you can harmonize the field in your house, etc. And there's another-- 

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:07] We'll change that word. I got to change it right now. Harmony.

Luke Storey: [00:55:11] Harmony?

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:12] That's what it means. It's a curse and a curse. Harmonious, harmonous. It's syntax.

Luke Storey: [00:55:20] Really?

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:21] Yeah. So it's correct grammar.

Luke Storey: [00:55:22] So what's the word?

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:25] Balance.

Luke Storey: [00:55:25] Balance. Okay.

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:27] I'm just saying we got to change this because that keeps us stuck in that moment of time. And that's a trap.

Luke Storey: [00:55:34] Well, I was interviewing a guy today who is a Amanita muscaria mushroom forager and uses them as psychedelics, and medicine, and all this stuff and he was saying how the English language itself is a distortion and is a disempowering frequency. Even if you use positive words like harmonize, it still sucks.

Aaron Cameron: [00:55:59] It doesn't matter.

Luke Storey: [00:56:01] It's like what they did with music when they put it to 4440.

Aaron Cameron: [00:56:05] Yeah. We're going to change this whole thing.

Luke Storey: [00:56:07] Okay. So back to the point. So there's these Leela blocs, and then they have this other service called, God, Quantum Upgrade. And then there's another thing called FLFE or focused life force energy.

Aaron Cameron: [00:56:20] I know those guys, too.

Luke Storey: [00:56:21] And so they have these generators, maybe similar to what you've done transmitting something to this address as the unique identifier. And I totally get it. I feel it. I believe in it. I've interviewed all of them. I think they're authentic and integrous people, and are doing really good things for the world. But it's very difficult for people to understand what you just described, the radionics and the quantum entanglement.

How's this thing over there, when she puts my blood in the thing, affecting my blood and my body right here? And so it's like you said, because we can't see it, we think it's not real. But I like the data, the wireless data example that you gave because no one doubts that. We got to find how it works.

Aaron Cameron: [00:57:06] A simple explanation. So when we prospect for oil or gas, what do we do? They're not digging holes everywhere. They measure the sound vibration. So this equipment here, goes back to after the Second World War, former USSR, USA, Japan, they were competing in weapons of sound. USSR, they measure every frequency by octave of everything on this planet. Healthy cell, disease cell, grain of sand, rice. I'm not joking you. Octave of it. I've collected that stuff, too. All right, so you have two tuning forks. They have to match. If they don't match, they won't sing.

Luke Storey: [00:57:44] Really?

Aaron Cameron: [00:57:44] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [00:57:45] Oh, wow.

Aaron Cameron: [00:57:45] Okay. Going to the height of an antenna. However, what does a chromosome look like? They're tuning forks. It's simple. Sound vibration, man. In the beginning--

Luke Storey: [00:58:02] There was a word.

Aaron Cameron: [00:58:02] I don't know. Whatever the hell it was. So light. Light travels really fast, 36,000 miles per second. So when we witness lightning storm, it's already gone up and we're seeing the fall of the photon, whatever. So it's passing through an area. It's creating a sub vibration called a phonon. Photon. Phonon. 90-degree angle. And then there's scalar between them. I'm not going to get into that right now. So that's why you go. One Mississippi, two Mississippi, three Mississippi. 

At 720 mile, whatever, an hour, you have sound. Playing sound. That's how it works. Everything. Sound vibration. Ella Fitzgerald, C vibration, you pulse it, what happens? Shatter. Troops walking in unison, cross bridge, they'd have to break up that, whatever they were doing, whatever, that pounding, march, because if it matched the vibration of the bridge, it would collapse.

Luke Storey: [00:59:06] No way.

Aaron Cameron: [00:59:07] Way.

Luke Storey: [00:59:08] Holy shit. Because of the resonant frequency?

Aaron Cameron: [00:59:11] Yeah. So engineers know this. You have skyscrapers in Dubai, high structures, whatever. Wind loading. They have to have dampers in it to accommodate for the acoustic vibration. Otherwise they'll shatter. Okay, so everything. This works that way.

Luke Storey: [00:59:32] I love you, bro. You're amazing.

Aaron Cameron: [00:59:35] I just wanted to find simple, simple stuff, but love you too, man. You're here. 

Luke Storey: [00:59:39] What do you use the tuning forks you have in your hand for?

Aaron Cameron: [00:59:42] Oh, so this is Solfeggio 9 scale. I have a lot of different tuning forks.  I experiment with a lot of stuff, but I just wanted experiments with people, they could feel it or see it. And it goes back to when they prospect for oil and gas. What do they do? They don't dig holes everywhere. What do they use? Ultrasound. Sonar. G chord. 1200 feet below. Oh, natural gas. They measure all that stuff.
Tesla did this. Oh, my God. He's like, noon tomorrow, I'm going to make an earthquake just to show you how vibration works. He takes this pole, it's 30ft, whatever the height is, and he packs fine granule sand around this pole, metal pole, all the way down, and then larger stone all the way to bigger, crushed three-quarter-rock, whatever. He goes, okay. He hits it. P-wave, S-wave created earthquake.

Luke Storey: [01:00:46] Wow. Okay. Like harp.

Aaron Cameron: [01:00:49] Harp. Yeah. Well, that's great stuff. And that comes from his stuff. But harp is now 5G. They don't need those towers. That's cloud seeding engineering stuff. Not even going to get into that. I've been around all that stuff.

Luke Storey: [01:01:03] I get it. Yeah. It's just when we have an anomalous earthquake, Haiti was the first one. I was like, harp. I mean, I don't know. Just my gut was like, No way was that--

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:15] Katrina? 

Luke Storey: [01:01:16] Was that real?

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:17] It's all part of that.

Luke Storey: [01:01:18] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:19] My buddy died in 2011. He went to Jesse Ventura show. His name is Dr. Fred Bell, the buddy of mine. He was talking about some of the stuff that's happening right now, and whatever. He didn't wake up the next day on that show. He gave me that crystal over there. Big.

Luke Storey: [01:01:41] Wow. I was looking at that today.

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:43] Yeah. That's from him.

Luke Storey: [01:01:44] Yeah. I mean, I hope my audience-- I mean, there's thousands of people that are going to hear this, but I hope it's small enough where I can talk freely and then knock it off.

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:54] No. You're okay.

Aaron Cameron: [01:01:55] You're okay. We're not--. 

Luke Storey: [01:01:57] I mean, I don't get too out there. But I'm not the only one. I mean, I see on TikTok, my wife will send me stuff, and there's 20-year olds that know what harp is and shit. I'm like, what? It used to be this information was so cloaked and fringe. But I think people are starting to become aware of that. 

Aaron Cameron: [01:02:13] They're looking at like, okay, well, how is this even possible? So it opened mind curiosity. I mean, that's what-- I just wanted to help people heal from terminal stuff. I mean, rabbit hole, man.

Luke Storey: [01:02:26] That's what it takes. You were talking about the multi wave oscillator thing you built and you mentioned base 12 mathematics and--

Aaron Cameron: [01:02:34] It's tuned to thoracic 12. That's fine.

Luke Storey: [01:02:37] Because and then that reminded me of interviewing Jerry, the creator of the Rorschach.

Aaron Cameron: [01:02:43] Oh, right. I know Jerry very well.

Luke Storey: [01:02:44] Yeah. And we did a show in Mexico about it, and he was explaining all of that to me, and it was a little over my head, and I've had some really deep experiences in the-- 

Aaron Cameron: [01:03:00] I have Rorschach here.

Luke Storey: [01:03:01] I know. I heard. I haven't done it here, but I've done it many times and have had a couple really trippy experiences, just consciousness expanding, not quite psychedelic, but definitely like, oh, something is happening. That's, undeniable. And there's one actually in Austin that some guys there got, some friends of mine. And any time I've laid in the presence of that and put the headphones on, I mean, I either go into a super deep theta dream state, or in some cases, almost a little time travel-y shit going back to my past and different places. A journey really.

Aaron Cameron: [01:03:39] It's a journey.

Luke Storey: [01:03:39] Yeah. So what's been your experience of working with the Rorschach?

Aaron Cameron: [01:03:45] So much, man. Yeah. That's only part of what I do, though. I mean, great. And I have so many other incredible things that take it to another level of great. So that's like awesome but then everything else I do is beyond that.

Luke Storey: [01:04:05] And when I came in the other day, you were really gracious, and thank you again, for the opportunity. I came to meet Doyle and Elle here, and I came in and they were doing something in that room. Some bells and whistles. I don't know what they were doing. They're like, give us a few minutes. We're in a thing. And then your staff ran me through this whole circuit, this device included and the assessment situation in there. 

And I'm learning the language. And I was like, wow, this is so cool that you can come through and just do a circuit almost like in a gym. You have a membership and it is, I'm assuming that the circuit or the different modalities is different for everyone here.

Aaron Cameron: [01:04:46] Yeah. Right. Some people, when they first come in, depending on their state, energy, what's going on, we may just do a little. You got to peel the layers back on the onion. We got to-- I'm big on lymph and helping get those things out of the system. And then, of course, hydration and electrolytes.

Luke Storey: [01:05:12] Yeah. The way you do things here is on a membership model, right?

Aaron Cameron: [01:05:18] Yeah. So I had to do it that way. It's a PMA, private--

Luke Storey: [01:05:24] Oh, cool. Nice.

Aaron Cameron: [01:05:25] So it's like we're just playing golf here. I don't know what's going on.

Luke Storey: [01:05:28] Yeah. We're just playing with frequencies.

Aaron Cameron: [01:05:30] Yeah. We're just sitting, praying in front of a light bulb. It's good.

Luke Storey: [01:05:34] Yeah. What about the CellSonic?

Aaron Cameron: [01:05:39] So interesting thing, comes from shockwave. It really helps regenerate cell voltage. And that's how I'm going to say on that. So you can take a really unhealthy cell voltage and you can flip polarity and make it a healthy cell voltage.

Luke Storey: [01:05:57] And you've been having success with a number of different challenges.

Aaron Cameron: [01:06:01] Everything. On that, everything else.

Luke Storey: [01:06:04] We did that on my neck in an effort to try and alleviate some of the tinnitus stuff. You said you've been having some success with that. Are you finding-- is it just me or do more people right now seem to be having tinnitus than ever before? I'd never heard of it until I started getting it. And now I don't know if it's like if you're driving a VW bug then that's all you see kind of thing, or is it becoming more prevalent?

Aaron Cameron: [01:06:27] It's more prevalent. It has to do with engineering of stuff. I'll leave it. I don't want to get people too-- and stuff.

Luke Storey: [01:06:39] Yeah. It's environmental.

Aaron Cameron: [01:06:42] It's environmental loading. I don't know if that's correct. I feel the hellfire missile coming right now. I'm just joking.

Luke Storey: [01:06:51] But you've been having some success with the CellSonic with that.

Aaron Cameron: [01:06:55] Lots. Not just with that. I mean, everything we do here. So tonight could be misalignment of the atlas. It could be zygomatic process, the vent from sinusitis from bacterial stuff. Fungal infection, blunt force trauma, emotional discord. There's different things that cause the same symptomatic issue. And so that's how we navigate. So this is like a toolbox for me. 

I have many different tools that drive things now. It's like an MMA fighter versus a boxer. Well, disease, or parasites, or bacteria have consciousness. Viruses aren't alive. It's just a code that slips in. However, virus is within bacteria. Bacteria lives within parasites. So it's very interesting. It's like little Russian dolls that get smaller.

I'll get into other stuff personally after, but consciousness is very interesting. We hear a lot about Candida. Well, you don't want to kill all Candida off, 15 to 20% ratio, because it's good flora food for other organisms, and we share the consciousness with it, though. So, for instance, you're like, oh my God, I feel like chocolate cake. It's like they're making a phone call up to the guy.

I made this little commercial in my head. I share this with people. You see this guy? You zoom in through the lens of the eye, binoculars looking and radioing to the guy in the ear. He's like, no, keep going. Have them open the door right now. Fridge opens. Yeah. No. Chocolate cake right there. Chocolate cake. Guy whispers, chocolate cake, and it says to the stomach, hey, incoming. We have chocolate cake. So consciousness. Now, things that have consciousness, if you keep doing a linear approach, it will see your timing and move out of the punch. That's why I have a lot of different tools here.

Luke Storey: [01:08:58] Right. So there's an adaptability.

Aaron Cameron: [01:09:02] Absolutely. It's conscious. Yes. It's like, ionic fluoride. Don't brush your teeth. No, so sorry. Rat poisoning. Yeah. They change the formula every couple of years or every year. Why? One rat eats the poison, dies horrifically. Goes into the field. I was in Australia; rats don't touch that stuff. Consciousness, man.

Luke Storey: [01:09:25] Oh, wow.

Aaron Cameron: [01:09:26] Collective.

Luke Storey: [01:09:27] That's really interesting. That's like that thing where if you have a parasitic infection on a full moon, you'll get all agitated and crazy.

Aaron Cameron: [01:09:36] Because it's actually growing new-- it's like harvest moon. It's growing new larvae.

Luke Storey: [01:09:41] That's what it is? 

Aaron Cameron: [01:09:42] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:09:42] Oh my God.

Aaron Cameron: [01:09:43] So one of the biggest causes of asthma that I've looked at for years, Ascaris lumbricoides larva in the lung. So it goes down the brachial down into the alveoli and the little larva gets stuck there and restricts airway.

Luke Storey: [01:09:59] That's crazy.

Aaron Cameron: [01:10:01] You get rid of it, though.

Luke Storey: [01:10:02] You were mentioning with the different foundations of tinnitus and, of course, having it really bad and trying a bunch of shit to fix it on the physical plane, and I've only made it worse, everything I do, unfortunately.

Aaron Cameron: [01:10:15] Don't put a balloon in your ear.

Luke Storey: [01:10:16] But one thing I discovered was did a nasal test for a MaRCoNS infection, an antibiotic resistant bacteria, and I had it. And so I did a couple of months of nebulizer, and glutathione sprays, and all this stuff. And then I tested again and I still had it. And I was like, what? How did I not clear it? Because I was so diligent.

Aaron Cameron: [01:10:38] Because you have to know the coordinates of the island to hit it.

Luke Storey: [01:10:42] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [01:10:42] It's a different thing.

Luke Storey: [01:10:43] Because it's hidden in all these little cavities, and biofilms, and shit.

Aaron Cameron: [01:10:47] Biofilm to even-- Jonas Salk when he's looking for remedy for polio, he discovered CMV, cytomegalovirus. And that is the origin of herpes, chicken pox, ankylosis, shingles, all that stuff. And over time-- what was it? 1953. They gave people they were testing it. So you get rid of polio, great.

Whatever the agenda was, they were just seeing what it would do and it embeds itself in the ganglia and the nervous system. So any type of stress, low voltage thing pops out, cold sore or whatever. Over time is that, number one, common denominator for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease, MS, Parkinson's, the frontal lobe dementia, dementia, etc. Neurological stuff, but you can get rid of that, too.

Luke Storey: [01:11:40] Wow.

Aaron Cameron: [01:11:41] 315,000 nucleotides. Anyway, that doesn't matter.

Luke Storey: [01:11:45] So you think with something like MaRCoNS, if you know the right frequencies and the right energetics of it, that you could--

Aaron Cameron: [01:11:53] Yes, 100%.

Luke Storey: [01:11:54] Oh, wow. That's cool.

Aaron Cameron: [01:11:55] Yeah. And a virus, sometimes you got to follow it all the way down to absolute zero so you can shatter something and then there's fragments. So for instance, when people come in, let's say, they go and get blood work done, or whatever, when you take a whole and you shatter it, is it more? Tests don't show that. It shows numbers always go up because it's in a gazillion pieces.

Luke Storey: [01:12:18] Oh, interesting.

Aaron Cameron: [01:12:18] So people get scared and go, oh, it's making it worse. No, it's broken down. Now it's going to go through the lymph drainage system. However, that being said, for virus, you hit it, it breaks apart. If you don't follow it down to absolute zero, it can sometimes reconstitute itself.

Luke Storey: [01:12:35] Oh, interesting.

Aaron Cameron: [01:12:36] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:12:37] What's up with this vibe plate you have outside there?

Aaron Cameron: [01:12:40] Oh, so that is vibrational. I mean, it's been around for a long time.

Luke Storey: [01:12:44] Is that like the TurboSonic?

Aaron Cameron: [01:12:46] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:12:46] Is it a speaker or is it a motor?

Aaron Cameron: [01:12:48] No. This is a motor. This is vibrational. So it's on a fulcrum. The closer you are to center point, there's less resistance. The further your feet are apart, anything over 28Hz will stimulate pituitary HGH. So it's really good for bone density. NASA uses it. Never have any straight answer.

Luke Storey: [01:13:11] Because I've been using various vibe plates. The one I have now, the company is called VibePlate and it's a big rack, which is really cool because you can hang on it, and stretch on it, and stuff.

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:19] Yeah, so those are good. I have an AI gym here, man.

Luke Storey: [01:13:23] Yeah.

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:23] No joke.

Luke Storey: [01:13:24] Oh, really?

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:25] [Inaudible] is one. You should see this thing. The axis is-- oh my God. Spots you, everything. It knows millisecond per--

Luke Storey: [01:13:32] Is it the PRx or something?

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:33] No, I'll show you this thing.

Luke Storey: [01:13:34] But the VibePlate I have, I mean, I like it. I use it every day. I have my red light panel there, and I do my whole thing, but it doesn't tell you what frequency it is. It just has a variable, a dial, and you can go bop, bop, bop, bop or ring. But I'm curious. I mean, I have to reach out to them and be like, what do the numbers on the controller--

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:53] Yeah, reach out. They might say it. They might not.

Luke Storey: [01:13:56] Because the one you have is a specific frequency.

Aaron Cameron: [01:13:57] It goes up to 35Hz, which is within the beta-conscious frequency. So I've got all this-- 

Luke Storey: [01:14:09] Did you ever mess with the TurboSonic that has a speaker in it? It's like a vibe--

Aaron Cameron: [01:14:14] I know it very well. Yeah, it's cool.

Luke Storey: [01:14:16] Yeah, those were interesting. They were way out of my price range back in the day when I discovered it. But I love the feeling I would get on that thing, and I'd run it all the way through the-- it had some automated programs from lower to higher frequencies. And man, I'd get on that thing and just feel amazing afterward.

Aaron Cameron: [01:14:31] Yeah, they're great little tools. Ten minutes on that twice a week, that's all you need. And bone density, everything that you want to do to stay fit. Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:14:42] Super cool. And then this other thing I saw over here, I'm just trying to cover everything.

Aaron Cameron: [01:14:49] There's a lot. I know. We could spend hours.

Luke Storey: [01:14:51] And there's probably a bunch of stuff here that I didn't even know.

Aaron Cameron: [01:14:53] This stuff, everything. Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:14:54] What about the resonant light machine? What's that one do?

Luke Storey: [01:14:59] It's a Canadian-- Dr. James Barr, they did a lot of testing on it. Preset programs where you can put programs into it. Different application, different driver, again, another way to be in a space that you get the benefit of being tuned up.

Luke Storey: [01:15:20] Got it. Okay, cool. What else?

Aaron Cameron: [01:15:22] Can't cure anything, remember this. It's forbidden. It's trademark, man. 1953. It's like, you can't do that. However, you can't get well. So that's the difference.

Luke Storey: [01:15:35] What do you hold in the future? What do you think's next? Are you aware of any technologies or modalities that are in the works that are going to really change the game?

Aaron Cameron: [01:15:46] So many. I can't really even talk about it. I work with a lot of different groups. But I can say that regenerative program, it's been here for a long time. And you can do-- I mean, the star is the limit. We can do anything.

Luke Storey: [01:16:08] Do you foresee yourself ever doing any franchise or multiple locations? Are you very happy just being here in LA?

Aaron Cameron: [01:16:18] No. I'm working with groups right now. They want to take this global right now.

Luke Storey: [01:16:22] I have a suggestion for you.

Aaron Cameron: [01:16:23] Sure.

Luke Storey: [01:16:24] Austin, Texas, number two.

Aaron Cameron: [01:16:26] All right. Well, we'll certainly put that on the map.

Luke Storey: [01:16:28] It'll fly there, man. There's a lot of people.

Aaron Cameron: [01:16:31] I want the best people that can do this better than I can. This is just-- I'm setting it free, ghost the machine. This, again, is a tribute to people that-- I mean, the women and men that built this technology so long ago have been forgotten. This is a tribute to them.

Luke Storey: [01:16:50] One thing I've noticed speaking with you today is you've named a number of different noteworthy women. And I find, in the alternative, and in the medical field, and just in all of the scientism field, that women have been-- and also just on the client or patient side, all of the clinical trials are always on the male body. But not necessarily because of the patriarchy, just male bodies are more simple, easy to test and quantify.

But it's interesting that you've named a few radical inventors like this Drown woman and others. That's new to me. I'm used to just like, oh, it's just a bunch of dudes doing this stuff. And maybe males just have more of a proclivity for tinkering around with gadgets than women do. So I don't think it's necessarily all sexism or something, but it's cool to hear that some women really move the needle.

Aaron Cameron: [01:17:41] They moved some stuff.

Luke Storey: [01:17:42] And did some cool stuff.

Aaron Cameron: [01:17:43] But it's the positive, negative, neutral.

Luke Storey: [01:17:47] Right.

Aaron Cameron: [01:17:48] And that's how everything works. And that goes back to the Tesla thing.

Luke Storey: [01:17:52] And that also the positive, and negative, and neutral also is the scale of feminine energy and masculine energy. And then somewhere in the middle you have the embryotic potential of the neutral.

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:05] Not to offend anybody, Christ consciousness, Buddha, God energy, male power versus Holy Spirit, feminine, negative power. It goes the Holy Trinity, Star of David, blood. Your microscope is a pyramid. Tetrahedron.

Luke Storey: [01:18:24] Really?

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:24] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:18:25] Oh, damn.

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:27] Gold, tetrahedron.

Luke Storey: [01:18:28] What?

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:29] Yeah. So there's some weird stuff.

Luke Storey: [01:18:31] There's an interesting component in this conversation too when you were talking about the sun, and the red light, and the masculine energy. How does the moon and the feminine energy-- because the male body is regulated to the cycle of the sun and the female body is regulated to the cycle of the moon. Where does where does the moon play into this world?

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:51] Magnetism.

Luke Storey: [01:18:54] Ah, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [01:18:55] Okay. So we have flow energy, 90-degree angle field of energy. It's cool. I can hear it. You're like, I'm hearing it. It's like, you're lit up. I'm just going to turn it off. It's cool. I was like, I'm getting this through the sound.

Luke Storey: [01:19:17] I thought it was the tinnitus for a minute. I was like, oh, no, that's a new tone. I'm like, no, it was this coming through the mic. So if you guys just heard it, that was this. Super incredible.

Aaron Cameron: [01:19:26] That's a lollipop, man.

Luke Storey: [01:19:28] That's what my wife called it. I sent her a photo and she's like, oh, that's cool. You're playing with the lollipop.

Aaron Cameron: [01:19:33] Yeah. So many people have called that the lollipop. So I'm like, it's sticking.

Luke Storey: [01:19:36] How many people have dropped this thing?

Aaron Cameron: [01:19:39] Oh my God. Yeah. Well-- 

Luke Storey: [01:19:40] Which I'm really trying hard not to do right now. There we go.

Aaron Cameron: [01:19:44] And concrete floors. So it's like, okay.

Luke Storey: [01:19:46] Yeah. When I was holding it the first time, I was like, you know a few people have--

Aaron Cameron: [01:19:50] Oh, yeah, they've done it. So it's just I charge them extra.

Luke Storey: [01:19:53] One question for you here, for people watching the video on that center camera there, they've definitely been going, what in the world is that thing? What is this thing sitting between us?

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:03] So Tesla coil, inert gases in a very interesting configuration. And going back to-- if you look at the two pyramids over it, Star of David, with a holographic projector. So it creates a toroidal field and it just balances-- it's like a tuning fork for the body.

Luke Storey: [01:20:23] And does it need to be plugged in like the BioCharger?

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:25] Yeah. I plug it in.

Luke Storey: [01:20:27] Got it. And then do you have a way to alter the frequencies?

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:32] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:20:33] Oh, okay.

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:34] I rebuilt all this stuff. This is everything.

Luke Storey: [01:20:36] So are you, personally, also techie and good at engineering and shit like that too?

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:40] Big time. Built everything here.

Luke Storey: [01:20:43] Oh, okay?

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:43] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:20:44] Okay. So you have-- 

Aaron Cameron: [01:20:45] I'm like the janitor, so I just get people to do stuff.

Luke Storey: [01:20:49] So cool, man. I've loved talking to you. You're doing such great work here, and I love sharing people like you and the work you're doing with the world because it gives other people the inspiration to continue to carry the knowledge on. I mean, I get so many messages from people, hey, I want to start some healing center. What's the coolest stuff? And I even did-- we'll put it in the show notes at lukestorey.com/360. I did a two-part solo cast a few months ago where I just named every cool thing that I've ever found for people that want to explore a different model like you've created here. 

And some people are going to go the float tank, and ice bath, and sauna route, and some people are going to go into the Rife, and the frequencies, and whatever. But I think it's really fun to share this because there's going to be people listening that have no idea that any of this shit even exists, and they're caught in the medical system, and they can't get out, and they don't know there's another way to-- it's all about balance.

Aaron Cameron: [01:21:48] It's all about balance. It's all about best practices. If somebody needs an Advil at night to get a good night's rest, I'm not saying don't do that. Somebody has an appendix that is ruptured, they need surgery. Car accident, you have to put that arm back on. What I'm saying is it's bringing everything together and having a full system, a 360 degree approach.

Luke Storey: [01:22:13] Complementary rather than contradictory.

Aaron Cameron: [01:22:16] Yeah. And it's like, why are we fighting? Why are we at war? Why are we doing this? It's like, there's so many different ways. This should be first aid. And then if we need to go further with other tech surgeries and whatever, but this should be first aid and rebalance body. And sometimes people need additional support, and I'm okay with it. Do no harm.

Luke Storey: [01:22:42] Tell me about how you healed your Achilles heel.

Aaron Cameron: [01:22:45] Yeah. I just changed the voltage.

Luke Storey: [01:22:48] Isn't that something that is not readily self-healing for people?

Aaron Cameron: [01:22:53] Supposedly. I was looking at it from a perspective of, okay, injury occurred. Separation, recoil, gastrocnemius, hanging off, and my wife goes, I think you need surgery on this. I'm like, I got this. So a week later, I'm able to put pressure on it. Two months later, it was fully recovered, and didn't have any surgery, no cadaver part.

Luke Storey: [01:23:21] Wow. Were you working with PEMF, or what--

Aaron Cameron: [01:23:24] I have a mix of stuff I did here. I just knew I could change the cellular voltage. And so relo effect, red blood cells. So imagine a balloon. It's full of helium. It's floating. Everything's working. It's called vasomotion. You were talking about hyperbaric chamber. Well, that's a mechanical pressure force. They take you 33ft, 40ft with glioblastoma, astrocytoma below. You're being squished. It's uncomfortable. Claustrophobia, whatever. 

The minute you come back to atmospheric pressure, the oxygen therapy is over. However, PEMF, you're using a magnetic field, well, if the helium gets out of the balloon, it collapses the magnetic field and now we have a pancake effect. It's called relo effect. So you have very sticky blood, the viscosity is moving slow, and you have poor circulation, which is like traffic on the 405. However, if you repair the magnetic field, it knows how to three dimensionally look. It separates space, and it flows.

Luke Storey: [01:24:33] Right. So that's what you're looking at when you look at like the live blood cell analysis, the before and after on a PEMF mat. And you see like, holy shit, all the platelets are moving around and not stuck together.

Aaron Cameron: [01:24:44] Exactly. So I knew I could do that with-- well, cells knew how they were designed. Let me give the information to remind it to look that way. And that's how I did it.

Luke Storey: [01:24:58] Cool. So good.

Aaron Cameron: [01:25:00] Yeah, that's how I did it.

Luke Storey: [01:25:01] I love it.

Aaron Cameron: [01:25:02] So, I think.

Luke Storey: [01:25:03] Man, a lot more fun than surgery too. Who have been-- you've named a bunch of people, so this might be difficult, but if you could pick three teachers or teachings that have really impacted your life in a global sense, philosophy of your life, who have been three teachers, or philosophies, or teachings themselves that have really made you who you are?

Aaron Cameron: [01:25:30] I may share that with my mom and dad, they're really hard working individuals that always supported everything. So it was really-- to come from that, amazing.

Luke Storey: [01:25:45] Wow. You're lucky I don't meet many people that had that experience.

Aaron Cameron: [01:25:48] Yeah. And I wish more people had that because it was-- yeah, we went through a lot. I mean, we had nothing to having and not having. And it's been a journey, but I was always fascinated with Tesla, and just energy. But again, at five it's with lightning. So that's when I walked in. So we moved into a new subdivision, Pickering, not Pickering. This is up in Calgary. And they just augured for the divide property line for a fence and this cloud came in in Calgary. It's like, give it 10 minutes, it can change weather. It can be from hot to cold, to snow, to rain, to whatever. 

It's like the Chinook, it's just north of Montana, Whitefish, but five hours or whatever. Big Sky, Alberta. So anyway, I'm five years old and we moved into this place, and we had this dog, and the dog was a white Samoyed, Russian husky. But we had to walk it because there was no fence. So we walk outside, my mom has shoes on. I had no shoes on, and we're walking down the side yard, or whatever. All of a sudden, I lit up. Shit fell over my mom. She was grounded. She had shoes on. I took a full charge. Dog ran down the street. Dog's name was K-I-M-O, Kimo.

Luke Storey: [01:27:19] God. You can't make this up.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:21] It's so weird.

Luke Storey: [01:27:22] We're living in a simulation for sure.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:23] It's so weird, man.

Luke Storey: [01:27:25] So that's so interesting. You had the ultimate frequency experience.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:29] Yeah, I took a charge. And going back to Clayton and Jeff for-- yeah. My nervous system is three times larger than most people, so I have a different wiring mechanism.

Luke Storey: [01:27:44] Wow. So they calibrated you?

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:46] They calibrated me.

Luke Storey: [01:27:47] Interesting.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:49] Yeah. You can have some.

Luke Storey: [01:27:50] What a trip.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:51] This is so bizarre.

Luke Storey: [01:27:53] That's wild.

Aaron Cameron: [01:27:55] Yeah.

Luke Storey: [01:27:55] Holy shit. Well, I knew there was a reason I needed to sit down and talk to you. I mean, Doyle encouraged it, so I'll give him the credit.

Aaron Cameron: [01:28:03] Yeah. Thanks to him.

Luke Storey: [01:28:04] But also, I just knew you were up to some magic in here, So thank you so much for making the time. You worked your ass off all day, and you're sitting here contributing some great value to me and our listeners. So I really appreciate you.

Aaron Cameron: [01:28:15] Well, thank you. And hopefully this-- I just want this out there, and whoever wants to do this, it's out there for you to achieve it and get your family back into balance. You can do it. Definitely.

Luke Storey: [01:28:29] Right on, brother. Thank you.

Aaron Cameron: [01:28:30] Thank you.

Luke Storey: [01:28:33] And with that, this chapter with Aaron Cameron comes to a close. Check it out. If you're ever in Malibu, I highly encourage you to take some time to explore his spot Q360. It is truly something you don't want to miss if this sort of thing interests you. As for me, it's definitely going to be a required stop on my future visits back to my hometown. 

And I would be remiss if I didn't give a shout out to my friend Doyle Bramhall to thank him for his persistence and encouraging me to get over there and meet Aaron over the past few years. And my only wish is that I'd made my way in there before I moved to Texas. Man, this place is incredible, as you might have guessed from the conversation you just heard.

And I've got an invite for you here before we split. If you, like me, are losing faith in our feeble banking and financial systems and want to learn how to insulate yourself from inflation and the devaluation of our fake fiat currency, don't forget to join me and Dr. Christiane Northrup coming up on Friday, June 2nd, 2023, for a free webinar about exactly how to do that. 

To get in on this action, just visit lukestorey.com/goldandsilver to register. And even if you can't join us live on June 2nd, make sure to sign up anyway so we can send you the replay afterward. Again, that's lukestorey.com/goldandsilver. And that link is also in the show description for this episode on your podcast app. Okay, that's it for this one. Thanks for joining us today, and I look forward to sending some inspiration your way next week with Episode 475 featuring Rick Rubin. Until then, stay free, my friends.



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