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Bio-Resonance Therapy: history

Bio-Resonance is one of the five branches of Energy medicine that deals with electromagnetic frequency information originating in the body. It has been in the center of attention for a long time, and many scientists believe this may be the answer to many health-related questions that haven't been answered for decades.

Dr. G. E. Poesnecker discusses it in his book "It's Only Natural". Here is what he says:

“… Since the beginning of man's existence on earth, he has pondered the nature of life itself. Even with all our great scientific advances, there is still no CONSENSUS on the basic nature of the life within us and other animate beings. The most generally accepted theories are based on the chemical and/or stimulative-inhibitive theory of existence. The most we can get from most authorities is that it may be of some value to regard life as the sum total of the properties and activities of a highly organized aggregate of various chemical compounds that we call protoplasm.

Among these properties, they have called attention to irritability as a diagnostic property of a living body. Upon this Herbert Spencer based his classic definition: “Life is the continuous adjustment of internal relations to external relations.” Observation teaches us that this adjustment to environmental changes is possible only within narrow physiologic limits. For example, the human body can adjust itself to changes in external temperature only when these changes are very moderate. Viewed from this angle, they hold that life is the interplay between the organism and its environment by which the organism either adjusts itself to the environment or adjusts the environment to itself.

Such a definition tells only what life does; it doesn't tell what life is. Unfortunately, such an attitude has frequently been the nature of science since its inception. When a scientist is incapable of explaining something, he describes what he sees, makes up a few Latin or Greek names for the rest to impress us and then goes on to something else. This is particularly true in medicine, where most of the tongue-twisting disease names have nothing whatsoever to do with the cause or true nature of the disease but are only the description of its most obvious symptoms in Latin or Greek.

Some researchers haven't been satisfied with such smug descriptions of the nature of life. Some have listened to the voice of their conscience when contemplating the usual theories on the nature of life and have been able to see through the usual inane double talk couched in Latin and Greek, which all too often passes for scientific thought. They realize that much of the phenomena we encounter in living can’t be explained readily by the stimulus/response theory of life as put forth by their orthodox colleagues.

Surprisingly, many of these researchers have developed concepts similar to each other, even though their work has been accomplished without knowledge of their fellow investigators. All these studies have gone beyond the chemical or mechanical basis of life and have been carried into the molecular and atomic structure of matter. From this effort first developed an electrical, then an electronic, and finally a vibratory, or wave concept, of life and the activities carried out by the living subject.

Some of the most well-known researchers in this field were Dr. Georges Lakhovsky, Professor Jacques d’Arsonval (the discoverer of the meter movement that goes under his name), Dr. George W. Crile, Dr. Albert Abrams, Nicola Tesla and Ivan G. McDaniel (who advanced this theory into the psychological, mental, and spiritual spheres of human activity)… “

A Russian scientist and engineer Georges Lakhovsky published his book 'The Secret of Life' in 1925, stating that every cell in the body of every living creature emits certain signals of electromagnetic origin, playing a role similar to that of a tiny electric circuit, similar to how a radio transmitter and receiver work. The fact Georges Lakhovsky was a scientist and engineer, enabled him to make those conclusions based on his vast knowledge and experiencing, proving the theories successfully.

By 1920s, it was already known that the Earth was under a constant effect of invisible and almost undetectable time radiation. The scientist firmly believed those exact ultra-short waves were the ones that made life on the Earth possible.

Georges Lakhovsky also believed every cell represents a tiny resonating circuit that can be an indicator of the way a certain person's body is functioning, which could be essential for determining how healthy a certain individual is. A disease will occur if some external reason causes the cells to resonate in a different, distorted way. In the same work, 'The Secret of Life', he wrote the following: “What is life? It is the dynamic equilibrium of all cells, the harmony of multiple radiations that react upon one another. What is disease? It is the oscillatory disequilibrium of cells, originating from eternal causes. It is, more especially, the struggle between microbic radiation and cellular radiation.” It was his firm belief that those impulses are keeping our bodies healthy, and any distortions could result in diseases and health problems of all kinds.

When trying to prove his scientific theories, Lakhovsky was intending to devise a method that cold be used to help the cells affected regain their vitality by restoring their proper resonance rate. This is why one of his first inventions was Radio-cellulo-oscillator supposed to subject the cells to a series of oscillations, for the cells to find their correct frequencies and restore their healthy state on their own. That way, he believed, they could fight off an infection or restore any damage done by any diseases or conditions.

Lakhovsky used plants to prove his theories, inoculating 10 plans with a special kind of "plant cancer" and watching them develop tumors over the next few days. In a month, every plant developed a tumor, and this is when the new method was first applied, in its very basic form. The scientist used a copper wire to make an open-ended coil around the center of one plant, holding it in place with an ebonite stick. The coil was supposed to be an antenna to collect energy waves and concentrate them, its diameter (30 cm) setting the range of frequencies. Using this method, he established the coil of that particular diameter could capture the frequencies lying right within the frequency range used by the plant, reinforcing the impulses received from the plant affected by cancer. This kind of influence soon allowed inverting the unhealthy oscillations produced by cancerous cells, destroying the disease. A few weeks later, the tumors fell off, and 2 months after the experiment, the plant was healthy again. The other plants died within a month. In Lakhovsky's 'The Secret of Life', you can see pictures of the plant that managed to survive due to the scientist's effort, 2 months, half a year and one year after the experiment. With the copper wire coil in place, the plant continued to thrive for the next three years. Lakhovsky made sure the result was not coincidental, carrying out 2 more experiments like that, and they all produced the same amazing result.

Other scientists took a great interest in this matter. Dr. George Crile has a slightly different approach to it though, discussing it in his book 'A Bipolar Theory of Living Processes' (Crile, George W.: A Bipolar Theory of Living Processes. New York, Mac Millan, 1926). It's important to point out, he arrived to a very similar conclusion as his colleague Georges Lakhovsky, stating “It is clear that cellular radiation produces the electric current which operates adaptively the organism as a whole, producing memory, reason, imagination, emotion, special senses, secretions, muscular action, response to infection, normal growth and the growth of benign tumors and cancers-all of which are governed adaptively by the electrical charges that are generated by the short wave or ionizing radiation in the protoplasm.”

Just like any matter, a human cell consists of constantly osculating components called atoms. Atoms are composed of even smaller particles, such as electrons, protons, positrons and neutrons, as well as a few other ones. All the particles mentioned are always on the move, with the electron circling the central part of the atom in a variety of orbits, at a very high speed. This atomic structure can be compared to the solar system, where the sun is the central part of the atom, while the planets are represented by electrons circling in a variety of orbits.

Ivan G. McDaniel was another great scientist who discussed biologic wave systems, stating they are oscillating interconnecting systems that make an organ or a cell function the way they do. This becomes possible because a cell being is an  electromagnetic emitting unit. This is what Ivan G. McDaniel has to say on life on the Earth in his book 'In Lamp of the Soul (McDaniel, Ivan G.: The Lamp of the Soul. Quakertown, Pa., Philosophical Publishing Co. 1942.): “We may therefore picture life on earth as beginning with simple spores, or cells, which were built up by organizing wave systems when earth's conditions were suitable for life to express in that manner. As conditions changed, the fertilized genes were incorporated into the cells, bringing physical and mental growth. When a new gene and its corresponding wave system is introduced into an organism, we would expect to find the new biological wave competing with the older wave for the same cell material, and this may explain the peculiar combination of plant and animal sometimes found in the earlier species. The balance of the activating hormone between the old and the new biological wave systems may flow back and forth until one gains control and eliminates the effect of the other by absorbing all the vitality.”

Fritz Albert Popp, Ph.D. was a German biophysicist who in 1970 decided to focus on the connection between the biophoton energy and coherence in the cells. He used ultra-sensitive light-measuring equipment to detect and monitor the light emitted by the cells. In the course of his study, he was able to prove the theory proposed. He was able to prove that every living cell emits small amounts of light, but there was an even more amazing discovery. Popp found out that besides emitting that light, the cell can also absorb it, and how long it can last depends on how healthy the cell is. The healthier the cell, the longer it can hold the light inside, while a cell affected by some disease will release the light captured soon. He also drew a parallel between a dying cell and dying star in the following way: before its death, the star, similar to the cell, will change into a supernova, with the level of radiation a thousand times higher. It was he who established a healthy cell will emit coherent light, while a cell affected by some disease emits chaotic light.

According to the scientist, our cells receive, store and emit coherent light. In fact, our body is made up of light particles, biophotons, on its most basic sub-molecular level. Those particles are travelling at the speed of light creating their unique frequencies and patterns in every living organism. Detecting this pattern and figuring it out is something that can allow following even most insignificant change in the body and even understanding the DNA/RNA. The cells scan the signals they receive, converting them into electromagnetic impulses,  and every biochemical reaction taking place in the body is followed by a specific electromagnetic signal. That way, cells communicate among themselves in two ways: chemical and electromagnetic, which ultimately affects the very existence of the body and all of its functions.

Another famous scientist Dr. Kikuo Chishima, who happens to be the author of nine volumes summarizing his crucial scientific studies called "Revolution of Biology and Medicine: A New Theory on the Life Science and Its Practical Application to Health & Disease," has also been interested in this matter. He did studies that changed the way red blood cells were looked at, proving that they did not originate in the bone marrow, rather than the intestinal villus. It was also his discovery that red blood cells can be classified according to their cellular resonant environmental conditions into different kinds of germ cells and somatic cells.

Dr. Kikuo Chishima proposed a theory that intestinal villi can absorb the energetic frequency information of the food we consume, along with nutrients. Intestinal villi represent finger-like projections located in the intestine and protruding from the lining of its walls. The work of Dr. Kikuo Chishima reflects a very important aspect: there is no matter existing at the sub-atomic level of the living cells, rather than photons and energy that surrounds them. Not so long ago, DNA was considered the very essence of the definition of life. Now, with all the results of those studies available, one can discover that we always end up on the biophoton level every time: biophotons form sub-atomic particles, sub-atomic particles form molecules, and DNA is only one of the levels.

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