Diagnosis with EMF Low Frequencies or Bioresonance

Introduction

The technology of low electromagnetic frequency of Bioresonance is important diagnostic breakthrough of modern medicine, and perhaps the most significant in the history of medical diagnosis. It is also called electrodermal testing, bio-physical information therapy, BIT, bio-energetic therapy, energy medicine and vibrational medicine. The method is based on the notion that electromagnetic oscillations emitted by diseased organs and cancer cells are different from those emitted by healthy cells. It is promoted for the diagnosis of allergies, asthma, atopic dermatitis (eczema), and for treatment of cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and others.

It is set to rise in popularity as one of the most useful of all diagnostic techniques, in line with the updating of modern medicine to incorporate the last century of findings in physics. At the current time, modern medicine still bases its diagnostic and therapeutic procedures primarily on a mechanistic “billiard ball” Newtonian perspective on human physiology — one that in modern physics has been left behind for at least a century. Eventually, modern medicine will be forced to catch up with science, and at this stage Bioresonance Testing will be destined to become one of the mainstays of medical diagnosis, alongside a systems-based patient interview and case analysis.

This is because Bioresonance Testing is, in essence, the methodology of testing a body based on the “resonance” principles of the underlying energetic and informational physiological domains as defined in physics to be of pre-eminent importance in the functioning of the body. 

Advantages of Bioresonance Testing

There are many types of Bioresonance Testing, but they all share the common characteristic of being based on utilizing the energetic and informational qualities of human physiology for the extraction of important clinical and/or diagnostic information. The great advantages of this approach include:

a) Non-invasive, therefore no side effects

b) Ability to pinpoint exact information concerning the state of internal organs and pernicious factors lodged in them, including many organs and tissues normally inaccessible to diagnostic investigation except under conditions of autopsy (i.e., post-mortem examination)

c) Ability — in the case of the most evolved form of Bioresonance Testing, as utilized in Field Control Therapy (FCT) — to prioritize this information effectively from the perspective of Systems Science, incorporated into a sophisticated bioresonance test “algorithm” which is a series of test steps performed routinely in FCT practice

How is Bioresonance Testing Done 

In place of an electricity-based machine, hundreds of small homeopathic test filters (i.e., informationally/energetically imprinted water, also known as structured water — a separate complex subject for another article!) are used instead, as a part of the diagnostic resonance circuit between practitioner and patient. The patient’s body is then tested in response to these filters, which represent a great variety of different organs, tissues and pernicious factors such as metals, chemicals, bacteria, viruses, fungi and others.

This is achieved thanks to the introduction of a “non-force” version of a method known as “Applied Kinesiology,” a form of muscle-testing which is used to evaluate bodily responses to a variety of inputs. Imagine it as being not dissimilar, in principle, to the traditional medical knee-jerk hammer test, in the sense that the responses being tested for in Field Control Therapy are not under the patient’s conscious control.

Bioresonance Testing Is Not a Substitute for Conventional Medicine

Logically, therefore, Bioresonance Testing is not a substitute or replacement for orthodox medicine. In Field Control Therapy it forms part of a complementary approach. Bioresonance Testing is used specifically to investigate the levels of stress and toxicity, and/or strain due to other pernicious factors, in the many body compartments (the organs and tissues). The kind of information gleaned is not a disease label — nor the ruling out of a disease label. It is not a method which “diagnoses” in the conventional sense. If you as a patient with a health problem are seeking a conventional diagnosis, you will need to see a conventional doctor for that.

Bioresonance  Devices 

There are many devices that use the technology of EMF in order to detect the emissions of the human organs, in histological, cellular level or in chromosomal level and record these emissions whether are normal or out of range, which give important information to use natural products or frequencies in combination in order to regulate the physiology of the ‘defected’ organs. 

Our scientific team has experience in using bioresonant devices and can assist in selecting the right one for each heath professional. Much research has been going on the last 10 years and many results have been reported in many journals with one that a promising called Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, where the effects of this great technology have been proven scientifically.