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Interview with Luis G. Arguelles, OIF veteran. CCSU Veterans History Project

Interview with Luis G. Arguelles, OIF veteran. CCSU Veterans History Project

Interview conducted by Eileen Hurst. Luis Arguelles enlisted in the US Army in 2003. He went to basic training at Fort Benning, Ga., and was then transferred to Fort Irwin, Ca., a training base for soldiers who were going to be deployed to Iraq. In the January of 2005, Arguelles was deployed to Iraq where his units’ first assignment was in Northern Iraq (Taji). One of their jobs in Taji was to support the effort to look for weapons of mass destruction (WMD’s). However, his main job was as a gunner for the truck that held the units 1st Sergeant. He also held this job when his unit was transferred to Abu Ghraib prison after six months. The shifts for this duty were 12 hours long, and much of the units’ time was spent in the truck. Arguelles describes the conditions that were part of their daily life, including the temperatures, the food, and the supplies. When the soldiers were able to sleep and relax, their barracks were in the prison cells at Abu Ghraib. During his time in Baghdad, he also witnessed three IED (improvised explosive device) explosions, in one of which he was injured. When he returned to the US in January of 2006, he was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury as well as a severe back injury due to this incident. The remainder of Arguelles‘ active duty was spent at Fort Irwin, where he was discharged from in the summer of 2006. After his discharge, he traveled to Florida, and then moved back to Connecticut to find a job. At the time of the interview
Video Rating: 5 / 5 – More Information Sharry Edwards is the recognized leader in the emerging field of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling. Sharry pioneered and developed the theories that have been recognized and incorporated by many health care researchers as they attempt to improve our present health care system using frequency based modalities. She has been called, the “Architect of the Mathematical Matrix for Sound Health”. Sharry received the New Scientist of the Year Award from The International Association of New Science (IANS) in 2001 and is also a recipient of the prestigious 2002 O. Spurgeon English Humanitarian Award at Temple Univesity. Sharry’s work has been published in numerous scientific and medical publications. In this thought provoking presentation, Sharry gives an overview of the system she has researched and developed for over 30 years, called Sonoistry. As a person’s voice is recorded into the system, their frequencies are translated into numeric data that produces information that can be used to specifically identify the status of biochemicals, muscles, genomes, pathogenic exposure, nutrients, toxicities and much, much more. This vocal profiling allows the detection of invading infectious agents. This is one modality that has science to back it up.

6 Responses to “Interview with Luis G. Arguelles, OIF veteran. CCSU Veterans History Project”

  1. reddevilparatrooper says:

    You did your service Brother.. I was an Infantryman myself too..

  2. xBlooWahFullx says:

    I lived by Fort Irwin in Ridgecrest :D

  3. sandradebusk says:

    This is some really great info…Sharry knows her stuff and I have great respect for her! She is an awesome person to know.

  4. TyFord says:

    There is a type of tinnitus which causes the ears to ring in such a way as to be audible by someone else. The ringing can be heard emanating from the ears.

  5. Damdelion says:

    Vocal profiling is a tremendous tool for diagnosing the human body – If McCoy’s black box on StarTrek was an audio recorder, we having been watching Sharry Edwards work for years…

  6. suzazoom says:

    I am very excited to learn about bio-acoustics. I have seen so many people not getting the help they need from the medical profession. I hope someday to learn to use this method to help others.


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