Wholetones Fraud – Consumer Alert on Michael Tyrell Solfeggio Rip-Off
PUBLIC APOLOGY, NOTICE OF FRAUD AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFRINGEMENT
IT HAS COME TO OUR ATTENTION that several unscrupulous people have infringed on Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz‘s intellectual properties in their commercial use of the Solfeggio frequencies and the intelligence Dr. Horowitz published to explain his pioneering works, including the doctor’s book Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse published in 1998. We are greatly disturbed by the widespread unethical misappropriation, unfair and deceptive competition, and neglect of professional attributions among “light workers” and “conscious” artists no less. Hypocrites have commercialized Dr. Horowitz’s frequency revelations, especially his 528 industrial and intellectual properties, without ethical attributions.
Among these unscrupulous agents of deception, the most egregious abuse has been by Michael Tyrell’s “Wholetones” fraud:
(1) Tyrell claimed to have “discovered” Dr. Horowitz’s discoveries; yet Tyrell provided no substantive basis for his claims that his discoveries pre-dated Dr. Horowitz 1998 publication of the Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse book.
(2) Tyrell claims that he was “granted” the “King David 528” revelations. This is a reprehensible claim in light of Tyrell purporting to be a researcher beginning his enterprise in 2010. Dr. Horowitz published extensively the King David 528Hz connection beginning in 1998, and heavily heralded this “key of the house of David” in 2008, two years before Tyrell started his deceptive enterprise.
(3) Mr. Tyrell and his unscrupulous publisher, Barton Publishing, who has a horrible reputation on the Internet for ripping people off, made no apology or correction what-so-ever when Dr. Horowitz demanded corrections and proper attribution.
(4) Lacking integrity and advanced “consciousness,” Mr. Tyrell actually called Dr. Horowitz at one point. Tyrell was panicked by a State of Florida consumer fraud indictment opposing Tyrell’s and Barton Publishing’s false claims he was making to sell his ‘Wholestones’ album. Tyrell urgently requested Dr. Horowitz’s advice, how to respond to the attorney general’s indictment. Tyrell, at that point, falsely inferred that Tyrell got his medical claims from Dr. Horowitz’s work.
Dr. Horowitz scolded Tyrell, told him to do proper research before making foolish medical claims, and suggested Tyrell plead guilty, because he was guilty of making false claims.