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Evolution of Bio-Energetic Medicine

And some of the historic Scientists and Doctors who have contributed.

The following two sections, not only validate the use of the QEnergySpa, BEFE but also helps to explain how and why it works. The first section offers a short and succinct version of the second section which is a more detailed history of bio-energetic medicine. This history shows what conclusions and observations scientists have made, based on experimental work.

Science conclusively shows that “Body chemistry is governed by quantum cellular fields” Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prize Laureate, 1969. “Exposing water to an extremely weak extrinsic magnetic field is sufficient to imprint its frequency into the water and thereby into living systems and to treat various diseases by placing human organisms in water.” Dr. Nordenström, Nobel Prize Laureate. Furthermore, it offers a fantastic weapon of prevention by the use of bio-resonance, Paul Schmidt 2003.

Summary Outline of Energetic Medicine

“All matter is energy” Albert Einstein, 1905 Nobel Prize winner. The Universe is a place of law and order, organized and maintained by an Electro-dynamic field capable of determining the position and movement of all charged particles.

Electrical devices (such as computers, clocks, TV sets, etc.) emit an electrical field and a magnetic field, as do bacteria and viruses. The earth produces an electromagnetic field, from which we are inseparable. These are natural fields that interact with our life force field.

The Human Energy Field (HEF) and electrical nature have many properties which are similar to electromagnetic fields. Some of these properties include:

  1. The electrical format is in the nature of a Direct Current (DC).
  2. Living systems are using and emitting frequencies from milli-hertz to gigahertz and these radiate out from the source, reducing in strength with distance.
  3. The field can be conducted through a wire travelling at 13 feet per second; a speed dependent on the density of the wire rather than its conductivity.
  4. Part of this HEF can be focused like a light through a lens, while another part of the field would flow around the lens, like a candle flame flows around something placed in its path.
  5. Air currents also move the field, suggesting a composition similar to a gas.
  6. It has energetic properties, like a light wave, and also particulate, like a fluid.
  7. It is capable of being measured and mapped with a standard voltmeter.
  8. It is similar to the body shape and the central nervous system.
  9. Alterations in the electromagnetic field result in changes physiologically and psychologically.

Listed below are commonly used instruments that utilise electromagnetic fields and the HEF:

  • ECG – Electrocardiogram, measures the rhythm of the heart.
  • EEG – Electroencephalogram, records the fluctuations in electrical potential through the skull from the cortex.
  • MCG – Magneto-cardiogram, records the magnetic field produced by the human heart.
  • MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging, uses a powerful magnetic field to reconstruct an internal image of the body.

The human body emits different frequencies: cells, tissues and organs each have their specific frequencies. These frequencies together form a complex, total frequency spectrum. Scientists have concluded that the bio-chemical reactions and vital processes in living cells are directed, controlled, regulated and triggered by the flow of electricity or electromagnetic vibrations. Furthermore, some reactions in the living cell happen faster than what corresponds to motion in 37° temperature, suggesting that “The field starts it all” Dr. Harold Saxon Burr 1940’s. Scientists state that biological information is exchanged via complex electromagnetic fields or electromagnetic waves or vibrations, this is in stark contrast to the still widespread belief that the biochemical processes are the central cause of disease, guiding growth, repair and regeneration.

The “Signature Field” 1970’s, Dr. Valorie Hunt of a healthy human being is composed of balanced, coherent energy patterns across the full spectrum of frequencies. Sick organs do not emit harmonious energy patterns. Contraction of a disease by a person or one of that person’s organs is preceded by disease-causing electromagnetic frequencies or energy patterns, which interfere with the body’s innate Bio signature and lead to the organism or the organ becoming afflicted.

“Illness encroaches when the flow is restricted, and death occurs when the energy transfer stops” 1978 Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyl, Nobel Prize Laureate. Diseases always start at higher frequencies but manifest by themselves (in other words, can be diagnosed by the normal orthodox medicine) in frequencies below 100 KHz.

“Treating humans without the concept of energy is treating dead matter” 1978 Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyl. “Diseases are to be diagnosed and prevented via energy field assessment” George Crile 2007. Once the organism is described as an electromagnetic entity, this strongly suggests the reason for the efficacy as the most direct means of restoring the body’s impacted electromagnetic field to its normal state.

“… Anomalous magnetic field effects in water and in living biological systems are only explicable in terms of coherence phenomena” Pohl 1981. Dr. Nordenström, Nobel Prize Laureate, suggests that exposing water to an extremely weak extrinsic magnetic field is sufficient to imprint its frequency into the water and thereby into living systems and to treat various diseases by placing human organisms in water.

Paul Schmidt 2003 suggested that it is possible to not only discover a disease before it actually manifests itself but also offers a fantastic means of prevention by the use of bio-resonance.

1997 William A. Tiller, stated “Future medicine will be based on controlling energy in the body”

The History of Bio-Energetic Medicine

Bio-energetic therapies in one form or another are extensive and have been around for many centuries

5,000 years ago, ancient spiritual traditions of India spoke of a universal energy called prana; the source of all life. Yogis work with this energy through breathing techniques, meditation and physical exercise to achieve altered states of consciousness and longevity.

3,000 years ago. The Chinese made use of the energy fields that pervade the body and organs called ‘Chi’ or ‘Qi’. Qigong masters use mind control to move and control the Chi in order to improve health and longevity, and also to enhance awareness, psychic powers and spiritual development.

The ancient Qigong masters also developed the first model for acupuncture. They inserted needles, placed magnets or used moxa at specific acupuncture points or meridians to balance the yin and yang of the human energy field and thus generated good health.

538 B.C the Kabbalah (Jewish mystical teachings) calls the energy the Astral Light while the Hebrews called it Ruach, the Greeks Psyche or Pneuma (the breath of the gods), and the Romans Spiritus.

500 B.C. – The Western Philosopher Pythagorus accepted the      existence of energy in the form of light that could produce a variety of effects in the human body. He believed that there is a universal energy pervading all of nature and he taught that its light could cure sick patients.

Christian paintings and sculptures show a halo around the head of Christ and other spiritual leaders. Similarly, we see this halo on statues and paintings of Buddha and energy or light coming from the fingers of many of the gods of India. In fact, there are references made to the phenomenon of the human energy field (HEF) or the aura of the body, in 97 different cultures, according to John White in his book “Future Science.”

In the early 12th century scholars Boirac and Liebault said that humans have an energy that can act on somebody else’s energy field,  either at a distance or nearby. According to Liebault, a person can have a healthy or unhealthy effect on someone else’s energy field, by their mere presence.

1780 Luigi Galvani, an Italian biologist, anatomist and physician, was one of the
first to experimentally investigate the phenomenon of what came to be known as the “bio-electro-genesis”. In a series of experiments performed at the University of Bologna, Galvani found that the electric current delivered by a Leyden jar or a rotating static electrical generator caused the contraction of the muscles in the leg of a frog and many other animals, either by applying the charge to the muscle or to the nerve. This he called animal electricity, the life force within the muscles of the frog. He later performed the same experiments on human cadavers.

1800‘s – Franz Anton Mesmer, Austrian physician, is the father of modern hypnotism (previously known as mesmerism). He suggested that an electromagnetic field might exist around the human body and that the power of this fluid-like field might also be able to exert influence on the field of another. He was the first to use magnets, electrodes and other similar techniques to cure his patients.

Early 1800’s – Carlo Matteucci, a pioneer in the study of bioelectricity and a professor of physics, found by using a sensitive galvanometer, that when the integrity of living tissue is perturbed – as in amputation or other injury – electric currents are generated in the vicinity of the problem area. He proved that injured biological tissues generated direct electrical currents and that the tissues could be summed up, as in Alessandro Volta’s (1745-1827) electric pile. Mateucci developed what he called a “rheoscopic frog”, by using the cut nerve of a frog’s leg and its attached muscle as a kind of sensitive electricity detector.

Mid-1800’s Dr. Carl (Karl) Ludwig von Reichenbach, spent 30 years experimenting with the human energy field (which he called the odic field). He found that this field had many properties which were similar to the electromagnetic field described by Mesmer. It could be conducted through a wire travelling at 13 feet per second; the speed depended on the density of the wire rather than its conductivity. He showed that part of this Human energy field could be focused like a light through a lens, while another part of the field would flow around the lens, like a candle flame flows around something placed in its path. Air currents would also move the field. This suggests a composition similar to a gas. Von Reichenbach’s experiments suggest the odic or auric field is energetic, like a light wave, and also particulate, like a fluid. He also showed the right side of the body as having a positive pole, and the left as negative, which is consistent with the ancient Chinese principles of yin and yang.

Around 1891 Gotch and Horsley showed that during electric stimulation of the cortex causing muscular action of the leg, a sustained electromotive force is present in the spinal cord. Not only did they measure an electric signal but they were able to pick out the paths in the spinal cord over which this wave travelled, showing that the current found its way along an intricate pathway from the cortex to the muscles.

In 1900 Sir Frederick Mott found that a nerve cell behaved like a battery. Electricity travels from areas of higher to areas of lower potential. In the animal organism the nerve-cell batteries are connected by microscopically fine prolongations of the nerve cells. Just as in artificial electric batteries, constant discharge is prevented by “make and break” switch whereas constant discharge of the nerve-cell battery is prevented by a “make and break” mechanism called a synapse. Electricity alone can close the switch (synapse), complete the circuit and fire the change.

Early 1900’s Dr. Wilhelm Reich an Austrian-American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst colleague of Freud’s studied the changes or imbalances in the energy flow in relation to physical and psychological disease. He built an “accumulator” to concentrate and harness the energy for, what he believed was its health benefits. He used a high power microscope to observe the energy field of micro-organisms and human blood cells in the laboratory. Reich’s experiments showed that all life contains orgone energy and when this energy diminishes in the cells, either through injury or aging, the cells undergo a death process that Reich termed “bionous degeneration”.

Willem Einthoven, a Dutch doctor and physiologist, invented the first practical electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) in 1903 and as a result received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1924. This device used a very thin filament of conductive wire passing between very strong electromagnets. When the current produced by the heart was passed through a filament, the electromagnetic field caused the string to move. A light shining on the string would cast a shadow on a moving roll of photographic paper, thus forming a continuous curve showing the movement of the string. The resulting graph from the ECG indicates the rhythm of the heart.

In 1911 Walter Kilner found that the appearance of the “aura” (as he called it) differs considerably from subject to subject depending on age, sex, mental ability and health. Certain diseases showed as patches or irregularities in the aura which led him to develop a system of diagnosis on the basis of colour, texture, volume and general appearance. He successfully treated many conditions, including epilepsy, liver disease, tumours, appendicitis and hysteria. Research based on his work continues to this day in Europe.

1912 – Loeb and Beutner observed currents at sites of injury.

Dr. Albert Abrams (in 1914 he authored “Human Energy”) theorized that a disease condition puts our radioactivity incompatible with the body. He believed you could alter the polarity of the affected cells and restore the electrical balance.


Royal Raymond Rife, in the early 1900’s, successfully eliminated cancer and other diseases using an electronic device he invented that emitted specific frequencies. Dr. Rife believed that germs are responsible for creating disease in the body. He believed that germs have their specific frequency and that their frequencies disrupt the cells natural oscillation. He found that when he subjected the germs to the correct short-wave frequencies the germs disintegrated allowing the immune system to heal.

In 1923 the Russian, Alexander Gurwitsch discovered that living cells gave off a form of radiant energy called mitogenetic radiation, which stimulated the growth of
other tissues. He claimed that fundamental biological functions, such as cell division, communicated via ultraviolet light. According to Gurwitsch, the human body emits a vectorial “biological field”. This field is responsible for the existence of the unifying organizing principle of all the manifestations of life and all the vital processes taking place in its realm. The field is continuously supplied with the energy of metabolism. Its actual dynamic state is modulated by the elementary cellular fields, while the “synthetic” field in its turn coordinates their metabolic activity.

1924 – 1929 Hans Berger invented the electroencephalogram (EEG) after discovering electrical activity of the brain (variations in voltage). The EEG registers the spontaneous fluctuations in electrical potential that can be recorded through the skull from the cortex.

Albert Einstein, German Physicist received the Nobel Prize in 1921 but not for his theory on relativity, rather for his 1905 work on the photoelectric effect. He said that “all matter is energy”. He paved the way for quantum physics, building the conceptual model from which we understand the human energy field and human consciousness.

In 1924, Ralph S. Lillie spoke about nerve tissue and stated that “a relation of direct proportion should thus exist between the electric conductivity of the medium and the rate of propagation of the excitation wave”.

In 1925, Georges Lakhovsky a Russian engineer published a book called The Secret of Life in which he identified that every living thing emits radiation (electro-magnetic signals) and that a cell’s nucleus acts as an electrical oscillating circuit, similar to a radio transmitter and receiver. He built an apparatus, which he called a Radio-Cellulo-Oscillator, with the firm belief that the cells vibrate at extremely short wavelengths. The very weak cell vibration, when placed in the field of multiple vibrations, finds its own frequency and starts again to oscillate normally through the phenomenon of resonance. He suggested that this type of vibration, produced by radio waves is harmless, unlike those of x-rays and radium.

Dr. George De La Warr & Dr. Ruth developed and built instruments to detect radiations from living tissues that they called Radionics, utilizing the human biological energy field. Their most impressive work were the photographs taken using the patient’s hair. These photographs showed diseases in living tissue, such as tumours, cysts within the liver and malignant brain tumours.

1930’s Einthoven & Jolly confirmed that when light falls on the retina, an electric current is produced in the optic nerve.

In 1936 the American astronomer and biologist, Gustav Benjamin Stromberg, proposed that the structure of organisms is bound by a system of immaterial waves or living fields.

1939 Semyon Davidovich Kirlian – Quoted as saying “All living organisms emit an energy field.” The Russian electrician and his wife, Valentina, a teacher and journalist, became fascinated by the sight of a tiny flash of light which occurred between the electrodes of an electrotherapy machine and the skin of a patient. They invented a new type of photography. The original system photographed static images of fingers or leaves. They developed a special optical instrument to observe the motion of this luminous phenomenon. They observed the hand as either flashing, sparkling, steadily glowing, or as diminishing particles of light. They also showed the difference in the HEF of a human being harbouring a disease that had not yet manifested symptoms.

1940’s – Gustave Naessens a French microbiologist observed in the blood, tiny light particles which he called the somatid, too small to identify with conventional
microscopic equipment. This prompted him to invent a microscope which he called the somatascope. It has a magnification of 30,000 times and a resolution of 150 angstroms. He theorised that cell division cannot take place without the presence of this tiny life force or energy particle. Naessens “believes that the somatid is the original spark of life, the pinpoint where energy condenses into matter.” According to Naessens, the “somatid represents the manifestation of cosmic energy in a tiny, moving dot of physicality,” as printed in “A New Answer to Cancer” in ‘Well-Being’, September/October, 1993.

In 1950, John Hopps. While experimenting with radio frequency, Hopps found that if a heart stopped beating due to cooling, it could be restarted by artificial stimulation using mechanical or electric means. This discovery lead to Hopps’ invention of the world’s first cardiac pacemaker. The entire unit was powered by 60 Hz household current.

In 1947, Lund showed that plants exhibit a remarkably well defined endogenous electric dipole field. Small currents may aid, mimic or oppose naturally occurring endogenous signals arising either as “currents of injury” or in connection with growth and development.

Yasuda 1953 said that a stimulus of a small Direct Current (DC) applied to living bone resulted in callus formation, even in the absence of a fracture. These findings led to studies on the potential use of such currents in treating non-union bones.

Siniukhin 1957 spoke about currents exhibited in plants.

1940’s Dr. Harold Saxon Burr (at the medical facility of Yale University) stated that “the field starts it all”. After a major five-year research project he concluded that “all living organisms possess complex electromagnetic fields”. His main study was on salamanders. He discovered that young salamanders possessed an energy field shaped like an adult salamander and that this field even existed in an unfertilized egg. (R. Gerber, Vibrational Medicine (Santa Fe: Bear and Company, 1988); 62) He also discovered the electrical field around all sorts of other organisms, including humans (H. Burr, ‘The Fields of Life’ (New York: Ballantine, 1972)). He suggested that differences in the electrical charges correlated to the growth, regeneration, sleep, exposure to light and to cancer! (R. O. Becker, and G. Selden, “The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life (Quill, 1985): 83). He showed how the moon can have an effect on the human cell. He suggested that the Universe is a place of law and order, organized and maintained by an electro-dynamic field capable of determining the position and movement of all charged particles, that we are inseparable from it and are impacted by it. It is capable of being measured and mapped with a standard voltmeter. These “fields of life,” or L-fields, are the basic blueprints of all life on this planet. Burr found links between various pathologies and the electric surface potentials of the impacted organs (Burr, 1972). These correlations were generalized (Burr and Northrup, 1935) into a sort of electric template for wellness (the L-field) based on the surface distribution of voltage.

Burdon Sanderson Haldane (mid 1900’s) English physiologist studied the electrical phenomena exhibited by plants and demonstrated that motor plants such as Venus’ fly trap and the sensitive plant show electric variations during their specific response to stimulation.

Ed Skilling (mid 1900) became convinced after studying Rife’s work and equipment that his research was effective not so much for the fact pathogens were killed but more from the harmonics created to build healthy cells. Ed felt Rife equipment worked in much the same way as Lakhovsky’s. Ed Skilling became known for his Photon Sound Beam—a unit that gained the attention of natural health practitioners. The use of both light and sound frequencies and the harmonics produced were proving to stimulate both blood and lymph circulation—two crucial processes for the body to regain health. These two processes increase oxygenation of tissues and stimulate the detoxification process.

1950’s, Dr. Victor Inyushin (Kazakh University in Russia) suggested that the bio-plasmic energy field is a fifth state of matter. (The other four states are solids, liquids, gases, and plasma.) Inyushin’s work shows that the bio-plasmic particles are constantly renewed by chemical processes in the cells and are in constant motion. There is a balance within the bio-plasma that is relatively stable. A severe shift in this balance causes a change in the health of the patients or organism. At the same time, in a healthy being, some of this energy or bio-plasma is radiated into space.

In case of an acute inflammation, we are talking about deterministic chaos (because it is an oriented healing), and in case of healthy tissue, about dynamic order. The degree of order determines at the same time the capacity to adapt to environmental factors, the capacity to quickly regulate the metabolism being a decisive factor. However, at this point something must be clearly stated. The field comes first and not the matter! Matter is to be considered as function of the field. It is absorbed over and over again (in energy, like photons) and renews itself always in the same manner based on a stable field. For this reason the fields are creating enrolling or rather unrolling vortexes. Mass represents the state of a maximal enrolled (bowl) vortex. This is the background of the “blunt relation theory”, according to W. Heisen-berg, Early 1920, after that can be determined either the location or the time of appearance of an electron, nether both together. Scientists of quantum physics call it “smear effect” of a field.

Fukada and Yasuda 1957 established that bone has a well characterized piezoelectric property (transforms mechanical stress to an electric potential difference). Becker, 1972; Smith, 1967 used currents to assist in limb regeneration in rats. In 1969, Athenstaedt found a clear tie between electric polarization in the skeleton and human development. These and other observations clearly indicate that electricity, either endogenously available or occurring as the result of internal transduction processes, is used to physiologic advantage in living systems, in guiding growth, repair and regeneration.

Dr. Peter Guy Manners (1960’s), MD, an English Osteopath, was a pioneer in using sound to heal. Dr. Manners correlated different harmonic frequencies that are the healthy resonant frequencies of various parts of the body.

“We participated in a sound wave study. The results were very promising. All our babies had many hours of exposure, sometimes 24 hours. We had broken bones heal an average of half the time. Our head trauma patients also responded well, responding/recovering a full week ahead of past cases. The raccoons’ survival rate increased substantially. We had 1 baby come to us, at 2 days of age, and who was released September 1. Three other raccoons came in, or became seriously ill, and they all recovered. The results, from the sound wave study on people, were just as amazing. We all had increased energy, and didn’t get sick, or run down, during this impossibly busy time.”

1963 Gerhard Baule and Richard McFee of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA recorded the magnetic field produced by the human heart and produced a product called the magneto-cardiogram or the MCG.

In 1965, Russian scientists from the Bio-information Institute of A.S. announced the discovery that living organisms emit vibrations at a frequency of 300 to 2,000 nanometers. They called  this energy the bio-field, or bio-plasma.

Murray Gell-mann, nobel Prize Laureate 1969. He said that “Body chemistry is governed by quantum cellular fields”.

In 1971, Denis Cohen demonstrated that very weak magnetic fields are associated with brain waves, specifically alpha and delta waves. Other researchers had shown that very weak magnetic fields are associated with the human heart. These fields are one (1) to ten (10) million times weaker than the normal steady field of the Earth, which is a weak field itself. The magnetic field of nerve impulses, also first measured in 1971, was found to be approximately a million times weaker than the Earth’s magnetic field.

In the 1970s Dr Franz Morell Electro-Acupuncture and the engineer Eric Rasche suggested that the human body emits different frequencies: cells, tissues and organs each have their specific frequencies. These frequencies together form a total frequency spectrum.Contraction of a disease by a person or one of that person’s organs is preceded by disease causing electromagnetic frequencies or energy patterns, which interferes with the bodies innate Bio signature and lead to the organism or the organ becoming afflicted. Sick organs do not emit harmonious energy patterns. This is in stark contrast to the still widespread belief that the biochemical processes are the central cause of disease. Morell & Rasche developed the first machine the “e-Lybra® 8” that utilized these findings.

In the 1970’s, Dr. Valorie Hunt developed a high frequency AuraMeter™ which recorded and scientifically verified the electrical energy from the human body’s surface. She was the first researcher to make objective, repeatable measurements using fractal mathematics, of the full spectrum of the field surrounding the human body. Her research found that there is a relationship between humans and the environment, revealing human behaviours, emotions, health, illness and disease. The “Signature Field” of a healthy human being is composed of balanced, coherent energy patterns across the full spectrum of frequencies. This coherency shows up on a graph as smooth, gentle, shallow waves evenly distributed throughout the frequency spectrum.

In Dr. Hans Jenny, suggested in 1972 that evolution is a result of vibrations and that their nature determined the ultimate outcome. He speculated that every cell had its own frequency and that a number of cells with the same frequency created a new frequency which was in harmony with the original, which in its turn possibly formed an organ that also created a new frequency in harmony with the two preceding ones. Jenny was saying that the key to understanding how we can heal the body with the help of tones lies in our understanding of how different frequencies influence genes, cells and various structures in the body.

Athenstaedt (1969) and Becker (1974) concluded that living things are expressions of the electromagnetic field, explaining electromagnetic medicine in a new way. They concluded that we can change the intrinsic electromagnetic field when external electromagnetic fields are applied. Once we admit to the possibility that the gestalt (whole) of the body’s physiologic state—homeostasis, metabolic turnover, respiration, enzymatic rates—is no more than an intertwined system that can be represented by a single electromagnetic field, then we are also admitting to the fact that this intrinsic field and therefore its corresponding physiologic state will be changed by imposing a new applied field.

In 1975, Prof Fritze-Albert Popp the German Biophysicists and W. Ludwig proved the existence of low levels of light emission from living cells known as ‘bio-photons’. Living cells exchange biological information by photons, electromagnetic waves or vibrations, within the ultraviolet range. DNA is the source of these bio-photons and there is evidence to support the idea that bio-photons are responsible for the triggering of bio-chemical reactions in living cells.

In 1976, Bawin and Adey observed that certain frequencies induced and maximised biologic responses. This, he suggested is indicative of resonances observed in many nonliving systems.

In 1976 (and later in 1994, 1999 & 2003), Paul Schmidt Ph. D. utilized a frequency generator to enabled him to isolate, the circumstances under which an organism can be brought into resonance. From his results he built a passive dipole antenna system. He stated that diseases always start at higher frequencies but manifest by themselves in frequencies below 100 KHz. That is by the time the disease has reached frequencies below 100 KHz, it can be diagnosed by the normal orthodox medicine. Schmidt suggested that diseases follow an exact programmed oscillatory path, before they become physically existent. This makes it possible to not only discover a disease before it actually manifests itself but also offers a fantastic weapon of prevention by the use of bio-resonance.

1978 Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyl, Nobel Prize Laureate of Hungary. He was quoted as saying: “Treating humans without the concept of energy is treating dead matter”. “All of the body’s functions are directed, controlled and regulated by the flow of
electricity. Health exists with a smooth flow of electrons. Illness encroaches when the flow is restricted, and Death occurs when the energy transfer stops”. Szent-Gyorgyl was among the first to stress that water – the most abundant and still the most enigmatic substance, should be considered the active participant, if not a solicitous “cradle” for vital processes, rather than just a solvent for bio molecules. He also demonstrated the importance of oxygen dissolved in water for the specific properties of the processes related to electron excitation taking place in it. Szent-Gyorgyl suggested that biology did not succeed in understanding basic living functions because it focussed its attention on a substance in the form of particles dissecting them from two matrixes: water and electromagnetic fields.

In 1979 The biochemist and Nobel Prize winner Albert Lester Lehninger mentions in his textbook that some reactions in the living cell happen faster than what corresponds to motion in 37° temperature. He suggested that the explanation seems to be that the body purposely directs chemical reactions by means of electromagnetic vibrations or biophotons.

Prof. Dr. Cyril W. Smith (University of Salford, England), Dr. R.S.V. Choy and Dr. J.A. Monro proved that allergic reactions can be neutralized by means of electromagnetic vibrations with a certain frequency. From this, they developed the Biocom. “Water and living systems have macroscopic quantum properties that can give rise to a memory for frequencies, long-range effects and entanglement between separate systems”.

Zanakis and M. Politis demonstrated in the 1980s that sharks, rays, monkeys and humans display electrical sensitivities from a tenth of a volt per centimeter down to the level of a tenth of a microvolt per centimeter The two researchers were also able to show that electrical currents in the order of a microampere are associated with human functioning.

Pohl 1981 studied the adverse reactions of electromagnetic effects on hypersensitive patients exposed to electromagnetic stress. Later he reinforced this discovery by observing a dipole electric field in living cells in culture, lending credence to the concept that the organization of organisms may be electrically mediated. He said “There were anomalous magnetic field effects in water and in living biological systems and these were only explicable in terms of coherence phenomena”.

1981 the British Biologist Rupert Sheldrake developed the theory of morphic resonance on phenomena like telepathy which he believes could be explained by morphic fields. Sheldrake argued that certain animals (particularly dogs) can sense when their owners are coming home unexpectedly. He proposed that biological phenomena become more probable the more often they occur. Therefore biological growth and behaviour become guided into patterns laid down by previous similar events. This underlies many aspects of science, from evolution to laws of nature.

In 1983 Reba Goodman et al used both pulsed magnetic fields and sinusoidal magnetic fields. They repeatedly reported electromagnetic-induced genomic changes.

ICR (Ion Cyclotron Resonance) has been observed in bone. In 1985, Liboff also observed ICR in rat behaviour, diatom motility, calcium uptake in cell culture, neurite outgrowth, in plant growth, and in other organisms (Liboff, 2003). In brief, he suggested that the life process itself is an expression of the electromagnetic field.

In 1985, Jacques Benveniste the French immunologist, proposed that cells communicates via electromagnetic signals. All molecules are made from atoms which are constantly vibrating and emitting specific frequencies or infrared radiation in a highly complex manner. These infrared vibrations have been detected for years by scientists and is an essential physical characteristic of matter. Vibrations are the tools by which instructions are sent to the next molecule down the line in the cascade of events which govern biological functions and to a large extent, chemical ones as well.

In 1988, Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig said: “The key to understanding Bio resonance therapy l
ies in knowing and understanding the fact that all vital processes in the organism are influenced and controlled by electromagnetic oscillations. The electromagnetic processes according to the latest scientific findings are functionally super-ordinate to the biochemical processes”.

1988 Karl Pribram discovered that the brain works and stores information not by just neurobiological processes but through wave frequency patterns. Pribram, Russell and Karen DeValois and Fergus Campbell showed that eyes operate by analyzing frequency-energy waves. We do no see but receive the quantum information. (R. DeValois and K. DeValois, ‘Spatial Vision’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988); Pribram, ‘Brain and Perception’: 75-79 and Chapter 9);

DeValois and DeValois’ Spatial Vision’, Annual Review of Psychology, 1980: 309-41).

In 1983 & Mid 1988, Dr. Nordenström, Nobel Prize Laureate, established that the human body has an immense network pathways that are surrounded by electromagnetic fields, the most prominent being the low-resistance vascular network. Based on his Biologically Closed Electric Circuits (BCES) hypothesis, he suggested that pathological disorders should be possible to treat with properly applied electrical signals. He developed a electrochemical method for treating cancer. He suggested the possibility of using an extremely weak extrinsic magnetic field to treat various diseases by placing human organisms in water to promote conductivity.

In 1989 Paul C Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield
invented the Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). They won the Nobel Prize in 2003. MRI does not use ionizing radiation, instead it uses a powerful magnetic field to align the hydrogen atoms in the body. This signal can be manipulated by additional magnetic fields to build up enough information to reconstruct an image of the body.

Cossarizza et al. (1989) observed that lymphocytes from aged humans, when exposed to pulsed magnetic fields, tend to recover much of the immune loss that ordinarily occurs with aging.

Diebert et al., 1994 revisiting the earlier work in electro-biology by Burr, Lund, Becker, and others. They explored the links between bio-electromagnetism or Human electromagnetic fields and acupuncture. They found that an all-inclusive electromagnetic field representation for living systems is fully consistent with this extensive body of work. This electro-genomic field may provide the basis for a new paradigm in biology and medicine that is radically different from the present emphasis on molecular biology and biochemistry. Furthermore, once the organism is described as an electromagnetic entity, this strongly suggests the reason for the efficacy of the various electromagnetic therapies, namely as the most direct means of restoring the body’s impacted electromagnetic field to its normal state.

In the early 1990s, Jacobson predicted that if a gene is appropriately stimulated, it would have the ability to change its place. He also received confirmation of the correctness of his approach using picotesla (extremely weak) electromagnetic fields, in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. He stated that, “It was McClintock who first showed us that genes do not occupy stable loci; they move. They do not crawl as does the cystic fibrosis gene; they jump as well.” In 1993 the major aim of his research was to reveal the role of electron excitation of molecular constituents of living matter in regulation and coordination of biochemical and physiological processes proceeding in living systems. He hypothesised that electron excited states are produced by oxygen free radicals in cellular and extracellular fluids of living systems and that it does not readily dissipate but plays a fundamental bio-energetic and bio-informational role in the emergence and realization of vital processes.

In mid 1900, Burdon Sanderson Haldane, the English physiologist studied the electrical phenomena exhibited by plants and demonstrated that motor plants such as Venus’ fly trap show electric variations during their specific response to stimulation.

In 1994 the “Zapper” was invented by Dr. Hulda Clark, Ph.D. N.D. and her son Geoffrey. Dr. Clark produced a chart of the frequencies for most of the bacteria and viruses ranged from 290’000 Hz to 470’000 Hz. She built a hand held, battery operated frequency generator that kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites simultaneously given sufficient voltage (5 to 10 volts), duration (seven minutes), and frequency (anything from 10 Hz to 500’000 Hz). She states that it takes three treatments to kill everything due to the fact that the first zapping kills viruses, bacteria and parasites. The second zapping kills the released viruses within the first organisms. After a third zapping no viruses, bacteria or parasites exist, even hours later.

Richard Gerber, M.D. states in his book “Vibrational Medicine (1996)”:

  • The difference between physical matter and etheric matter is only a difference of frequency.
  • Because of their differing inherent frequencies, physical and etheric matter can coexist in the same space, just as radio and TV waves can pass through the same space without interference.
  • The higher energy bodies are unseen only because the technologies, which render these energies visible to the naked eye, are still mostly in the developmental stages. The world of radio and x-ray astronomy was also an unseen universe until the appropriate technologies could be developed.
  • The key principle behind magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the fact that the atoms are being stimulated by the transfer of energy of a specific frequency, and the energy is absorbed by the atom only if it is of a particular resonant frequency. It is a revolutionary application of the principle of resonance. With MRI scanners, physicians are using energetic resonance principles to image physical organs of the body in ‘dis-ease states’.
  • When viral and chemical environmental stressors are introduced into the human biological system, the place where they will cause the most damage will be partially determined by the weakest link in the physiologic/subtle energy chain.
  • From an energetic standpoint, the human body, when weakened or shifted from equilibrium, oscillates at a different and less harmonious frequency than when healthy. This abnormal frequency reflects a general state of cellular energetic imbalance within the physical body. When a weakened individual is unable to shift their energetic mode to the needed frequency a certain amount of subtle energetic help may be needed. When supplied with a dose of the needed energetic frequency, it allows the cellular bio-energetic systems to resonate in the proper vibrational mode, thereby throwing off the toxicities of the illness.
  • Energy disturbances in the etheric (subtle) body precede the manifestation of illness in the physical body.

Mid 1997, Leading Edge Newspaper:
“…Every cell has its own frequency. When you offer, through technology, a harmonic opportunity to the cell it can choose that frequency and become established to its ideal resonance and become recharged to its normal energy state…When we apply this technology we are affecting the intelligence of each individual cell. Every cell is a hologram for the entire body. This area of cellular resonance is the fundamental aspect of vibrational technology and has been vastly overlooked.”-By Keich Frick.

1997 William A. Tiller, PhD USA said “Future medicine will be based on controlled energy fields”. “Future medicine will be based on controlling energy in the body” – Prof. William Tiller, Nobel Prize Laureate, Stanford University”. He summarizes the four ways subtle energy can relate to and influence the classical electromagnetic phenomena:

  1. Subtle energy may directly influence the ordering of fundamental magnetic properties, which would regulate the fundamental magnetic behaviour of all electromagnetic fields in the range of the subtle energy device.
  2. Subtle energy may be related to magnetic vectors, such that the vectors serve as the media whereby the properties of subtle energy are able to impact electromagnetic phenomena.
  3. Subtle energy may be the rarefied form of magnetic vectors, or one and the same phenomena.
  4. Other properties of subtle energy may exist that impact sub-atomic particle phenomena through quantum field interactions, and thus they would indirectly influence forces such as magnetic phenomena.

Chou, 1997; Xin et al., 1997 Postulated that biologic systems have evolved to use the earth’s magnetic field to their own advantage. They used electrotherapeutic techniques to treat (with some success) a variety of malignant tumours.

1997 Dr. Robert O. Becker, author of “The Body Electric” and “Cross Currents”, applied electric currents to wounds in bone in order to encourage and speed the re-growth. According to Becker, the very weak electrical currents that flow through our bodies have much to do with healing and regeneration of cells. All electrical devices (such as computers, clocks, TV sets, etc.) emit an electrical field and a magnetic field. Our bodies also produce an electromagnetic field, and so does our earth. These are natural fields that work with the life force. Becker researched and mapped a complex electrical field on the body that was shaped like the body and the central nervous system. He named this field “The Direct Current Control System” in his publication of the same name in 1962. He found that this field changes shape and strength with changes in physiological and psychological. Continuing his experiments through 1979, he found particles the size of electrons moving through this field. At a point in time, the injury current reverses polarity. He concluded that this reversal signals the dominance of healing over injury. This in turn implies the existence within living things of a complex electrically based process that first, signals that there is a problem, and second, provides another signal for repair.

Reba Goodman, 2001. Magnetic field-stimulated transcription in cell-free preparations implies that membrane interaction is not an essential element in transmitting the signal to the nucleus. Since magnetic fields penetrate cells and are not limited to interactions with the membrane there may be a direct effect of magnetic fields on DNA through interaction with conducting electrons in the stacked bases of the DNA.

Theresa Dale Ph.D., C.C.N., N.D., Dean of the International College of Naturopathy, “The healing vibrations occur because of the harmonic overtones. The harmonics carry the information, the healing frequency, into the body and thus the cell.

Cardella et al. (2001 and 2002) have shown that exposing water to a passive resonant circuit is sufficient to imprint its frequency into the water and of course into living systems. Successful instrumentation requires that frequencies imprinted into water be converted into oscillations of a classic electromagnetic field. It has been demonstrated in principle (Smith, 1994) that this is possible but the signals obtained were almost at noise level and repeatability was difficult. The ghost effect that plagued Gariaev (Gariaev, et al., 1991) may have contributed. Furthermore, the range of frequencies that could be measured was limited by technical considerations of the kilohertz region while dowsing showed that living systems are using and emitting frequencies from millihertz to gigahertz (Smith, 2003). Bio-information appears to be coded as a frequency of alternating magnetic vector potential. Imprinting a frequency into water (or living systems) may be performed by proximity, contact, succussion, vortexing (the direction of rotation is significant), applying the field of a permanent magnet or an alternating magnetic field at any frequency less than that being imprinted.

Masaru Emoto, author of several books including “Messages From Water” and a Certified and Licensed Doctor of Alternative Medicine, indicated that since we are primarily made of water, it’s obvious that frequencies (in the form of word and intention), would have dramatic effects on us as well.

In his experiments samples of water were collected from different areas of the world. Water from each location was divided and placed into petridishes. Various words were then written and taped to the samples. The samples were then frozen and viewed through a microscope.

2007 “Diseases are to be diagnosed and prevented via energy field assessment” – George Crile Sr., M.D., Founder of the Cleveland Clinic.