Perhaps the words, open sesame and others from the fairy tales of old really do have some magical qualities associated with them. At least one seasoned researcher is convinced that sound waves can influence the mind in ways heretofore never expected.

In Japan, Dr. Hideto Tomabechi claims to have discovered the magical combination of sounds that work by affecting the female brain with a subliminal ring tone, known as Rock Melon. Within the ring-tone an embedded sound imitates the cry of an infant. This causes the mind to unconsciously switch to motherhood mode, which in turn makes the chest fill with milk.

Featured on the Discovery channel where he demonstrated his life’s work with sound waves and artificial intelligence, Tomabechi insists that listening to the cell phone ring-tone 20 times a day for a couple of days, that one of his subjects reported her breasts grew in size by almost an entire inch!

The man is no sham.  He is a legitimate researcher whose expertise was utilized to de-program members of the cult responsible for the 1995 Tokyo subway nerve gas attacks.

There can be no doubt that sound powerfully affects the human brain. Soft, slow music is relaxing, an upbeat tempo is energizing and memories erupt from every corner of recall when a song from your past reappears. But breast size? That’s a horse of another color, as the old saying goes.

Dr. Tomabechi has opened up a bizarre new door, to say the least. The power of the mind is amazing and perhaps more of an untapped frontier than the modern world realizes. He claims he has ring-tones for other things as well; memory enhancement, baldness, smoking cessation and being more attractive to the opposite sex.

Does Merlin the magician really live and work in Japan?

Can ring-tones perform alchemy and transform tin to gold and improve ABCs in the lingerie field?

Perhaps only time will tell the true realization of this fascinating concept.

In the meantime….  my phone is ringing.

What do YOU think about this?




M Dee Dubroff is the penname of this freelance writer and former teacher originally from Brooklyn, New York. A writer of ghostly and horror fiction, she has branched out into the world of humorous non fiction writing and maintains eight web sites covering a wide variety of topics. She also writes feature articles for several local newspapers. Her book entitled: A Taste of Funny, and her website, Eat, Drink And Really Be Merry ( feature many well researched and humorous articles on the subject of food and drink.