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Cleveland, OH – Einstein once said, “We still do not know one thousandth of one percent of what nature has revealed to us.” What lies beyond our physical world and the answers withheld from us has always been a source of endless curiosity.

Scientific Vibrations is a religious and metaphysical information source lead by metaphysical scientist, Fayimon Albach. A student and teacher of religion and philosophy for over 40 years, Albach claims he can detect unseen vibrations from people, places and things to reveal unseen truths.

“Sometimes what I say offends people,” says Albach. “I believe the truth offends a lot of people.”

The metaphysical sciences go beyond religion to include astrology, numerology, palm reading and even radiothesia, the practice of using the human energy field to access information. While his beliefs might place him out of the mainstream of religious thought, according to Albach, they are founded on the same principles as all major religions.

“I’m what you call a born-again believer. My beliefs are simple. I believe in justice, righteousness and love,” explains Albach. “If we have love, justice and righteousness, what else do we need? We deal in healing. Man can’t serve God without serving other human beings. If you don’t help each other, what can we do for God?”

Albach admits there are those who remain skeptical of his methods. Still, he believes it’s simply part of the risk you take when you share certain truths; a risk he believes is worth it.

“People are afraid of things they don’t understand. We fear what’s unknown to us,” says Albach. “Imagine if we opened our hearts to new ideas. There’s so much we don’t know; unbelief will deter you from learning things. It’s a more positive way of looking at the world.”