Radionics (also called electromagnetic therapy (EMT)) is a form of therapy. Science has long shown that there is specific evidence that cells are electrical in nature. In 1936, two physicists at the Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, reported that red blood cells in the bodies of people and animals carry enough electricity to light up a lamp. They reported their findings at the American Physical Society in Rochester, New York, stating that the red blood cells carry a surface charge of 15,000,000 electrons. They stated that, ‘if the charges from blood of a full-grown person could be collected and made to pass through a 25-watt electric bulb, it would burn for at least 5 minutes.’
Earliest, the famous surgeon and founder of the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. George Washington Crile (1864-1943), developed his concept of the Bipolar Theory of the living process, his “Radio-Electric Theory” is based on this assumption. Subjecting organisms to injury, emotion, infection, stimulants, narcotics, insomnia, adrenalin and other factors he measured what took place in the cells of the thyroid, adrenal glands and liver from an electric standpoint. His experiments showed that the drive-wheel for all electrical activity operating at a healthy state throughout the body was the brain, thyroid and the adrenal-sympathetic system. Crile believed that these areas processed Solar or Radiant Energy, taking the energy from the sun and cosmos and bringing it into a shortwave field.
In another research center in 1936, Prof. Harold Saxton Burr and Dr. R.G. Meader, both from Yale University School of Medicine, stated that wherever there is life, electrical phenomena would also be found.
Burr and Meader discovered that during the instant of ovulation in a cat or rabbit; during various times of a women’s menstrual cycle; during the appearance of cancer and throughout the healing process; minute variations of electric voltages in the body could be found and measured. The voltage changes were not chaotic currents but currents organized into very definite patterns, associated from species to species and characteristic to some specific action. They stated that the electrical changes were as precise as 'fingerprints.'
The Yale physicists went on to say that it is possible to map out the electrical currents of the entire body of a person, in the same manner as a geophysicist maps the surface of the ground for hidden ore.
Their continued studies in the late 1930s and early 1940s showed that 'taking readings from any two points of the body reflect not only what is going on in the immediate vicinity of those points, but also the TOTAL health activity of any person or animal.'
During their research in the 1930s, the goal of Burr and Meader was to prove that there is a dynamic field of electrical activity, both within and surrounding all physical objects, and that these fields would provide the answers to how 'an animal grows from a single egg into a multiple-celled adult in the midst of the rapidly changing chemistry of development.'
All changes of chemistry that are involved in the human body involved the exchange of electrons, therefore it is the electrical fields - electrons and protons - that have the controlling influence on the human body. The medical approach, for many of our debilitating health problems, should be through the use of electrical therapy, magnetism, and electromagnetics. A perusal of the work of several researchers from the 1930s through 1950s will show that these physicists had mapped out voltage changes in the body, from normal to abnormal, before and during the onset of different diseases and illnesses. Other researchers showed that through the use of electromagnetic frequencies, they could reverse health problems from dis-eased to a more normal condition.
The infamous Flexner Report denounced electrotherapy as "quackery" in 1910, for very good reason: electricity is a drug. Electricity can be administered transcutaneously by focusing a beam or stream of electromagnetic energy towards and into the body, by the insertion of an acupuncture needle, by placing transdermal conductive pads onto the skin, by radiant energy, or by immersing part of a limb into a water bath (electrophoresis). By definition, electricity is a drug:
The solutions for many of our health problems are not, 'just around the next corner;' we may have already passed the most effective solutions, without realizing them. We are journeying within electromagnetic vehicles during our life, and with the proper attunement, our bodies can be strong, healthy and beautiful.
We posit, for all subjects medical, there are exoteric aspects, as well as esoteric aspects.
Esoteric healing traditions today are extant and widespread, called by many names, yet all having historical roots and are a sacred part of humanity. This school was formed to preserve these beliefs and modalities; recognizing them as religious practices whether practitioners of these arts wish to recognize it or not. Failure to recognize or understand their links and commonalities has caused a considerable weakening of their therapeutic potential. Hence their secularization and popularization has deteriorated their vitality.
Serious studies into the more esoteric approaches to healthcare provide considerable importance for anyone professing some form of skill or aptitude in most all of the so-called alternative and complementary medical vocations (secular or religious).
A variant and earlier school, also called "radionics" claimed that disease can be diagnosed and treated by applying electromagnetic radiation (EMR), such as radio waves, to the body from an electrically powered device. This concept behind radionics originated in the early 1900s with Albert Abrams (1864–1924), who became a millionaire by leasing radionic machines which he designed himself. Radionics contradicts some of the principles of physics and biology and, as such, is widely considered "pseudoscientific." The United States Food and Drug Administration does not recognize any legitimate medical uses for radionic devices and in the past has radically and even violently suppressed advocates and practitioners.
RADIONICS AND RADIESTHESIA
“Radiesthesia” is a word, which was coined in 1920 by the French abbot Bouly and it comes from the Latin word “Radius” (ray) and from the Greek word “Aisthesis” (sensation). The diagnostician is really a "diviner", the person, who is able to sense, through a 'stick plate', pendulum, biotensor or dowsing rod, the vibrations of impulses and the radiations issued by things, people, animals, grounds, and so on....
In ancient times called Dowsing, it was used for the search of springs of water or to find metals such as gold. Then man realized that the radiations are issued, not only by water and metals, but also by each form of life. Sensitives realized that this “resonance” between an inorganic substance and the mind of man could be extended to any field. Here the reason for choosing the specific word “Radiesthesia” as opposed to "radionics" as a definition to indicate the study of the waves and vibrations issued by any object or element within the range of human sensitivity.
So Radiesthesia is the esoteric study for the search of waves and vibrations issued by any element.
The main “radiesthesic” working tools, that the “diviner” uses for all kinds of searches, are pendulums made of rock crystal, wood or metal, biotensor, and dowsing rods which are used as help to detect the vibrations and radiations issued by any element and people. Abram's took this to the next level by make a device composed of rheostat, electrical components. In the 1900s, Albert Abrams (1864–1924) claimed to detect "energy frequencies" in people's bodies. The idea was that a healthy person will have certain energy frequencies moving through their body that define health, while an unhealthy person will exhibit other, different energy frequencies that define disorders. He said he could cure people by "balancing" their discordant frequencies through "radionic" frequencies, and claimed that his devices were so sensitive enough that he could tell someone's religion by looking at a drop of blood.
In one form of radionics popularized by Abrams, some blood on a bit of
filter paper is attached to a device Abrams called a dynamizer, which is
attached by wires to a string of other devices and then to the forehead
of a healthy volunteer, facing west in a dim light. By tapping on his
abdomen and searching for areas of "dullness", disease in the donor of
the blood is diagnosed by proxy. Handwriting analysis is also used to
diagnose disease under this scheme.
Having done this, the practitioner may use a special device known he invented called an oscilloclast or any of a range of other devices to broadcast
vibrations at the patient in order to attempt to heal them.
We will see that Radiesthesia has got a multiplicity of uses and actually has a long history on planet earth. There is a bridge between the flow of electrical current and a flow of 'vital energy' on a more subtle plane called 'aether.' The two parallel each other because electricity is the condensation and flow of aether. Electricity's quantity is measured as 'voltage,' its power measured as 'amperes,' and its quality measured as 'frequency.'
Contemporary proponents of radionics or EMT claim that where there is an imbalance of electromagnetic fields or frequencies, within the body, that it causes diseases or other illnesses by disrupting the body's chemical makeup. Science has led us to this point of understanding, however the means of achieving this is what is in question. These practitioners believe that applications of electromagnetic energy from outside the body can correct these imbalances. Like magnet therapy, electromagnetic therapy has been proposed by practitioners for a variety of purposes. What we know now is that "frequency" is the holy grail.
Electrotherapy has long proven its value. Raw, pure electron energy delivered by a device or even the human hands adds voltage to the human body for which it is ever generating and using as source energy. However, when this energy is pulsated, frequencies are produced which have further modifying influences on the human frame. What this course, and a complementary course TERRA THERAPY, will teach the student, are the basic spectrums of EM energy and its application to biology and medicine.
History of ElectroDiagnosis
Electrodermatography is the recording of the electrical resistance of the skin. In skin conductance, an electrodermographer imposes an imperceptible current across the skin and measures how easily it travels through the skin. The electrodermatogram (EDG) is derived by a particular method of measuring skin resistance and the subject of this course.
It all began in 1833 when Dr. Duchenne de Boulogne became so interested in the procedure of electropuncture that he devoted much of the remainder of his long life to electrical stimulation. He soon found that he could stimulate muscles electrically without piercing the skin and devised cloth-covered electrodes for percutaneous stimulation, the basic design of which is still used. Duchenne called his method of application "localized electrization" and was one of the first to use the alternating current for treatment. Duchenne mapped out the muscles of facial expression and formed the basis of Dr. Charles' famous Jade Facial system to remove facial wrinkles.
In 1952, Reinhold Voll began his quest to map out the points of Electroacupuncture and devising EAV (Electroacupuncture according to Voll). In 1979, Dr. Voll became Dr. Charles' mentor and continues to practice and map out its points to this day.
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Terra Therapy (Earthing/Grounding Therapeutics)
Terra, Latin, literally means ‘earth’: Earth Therapy. An alternate name for Planet Earth, as well as the Latin name for our planet.
Man/woman mandatorily lives in an electrical biosphere, breathing within Schumann's resonator, while walking on electric and magnetic fields traversing the earth playing important parts in all biological kingdoms. Schumann's resonant tank energy is derived from lightning created by polar discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth's ground surface and the ionosphere. There are on average approximately 1,800 thunderstorms occurring at any one time around the world, with up to 100 lightning strikes per second. On Earth, the lightning frequency is approximately 44 (± 5) times per second, or nearly 1.4 billion flashes per year and the average duration is 0.2 seconds made up from a number of much shorter flashes (strokes) of around 60 to 70 microseconds. Human's walk in that most active cavity.
The earth's biosphere has well documented effects upon biological circadian rhythms and glandular modulations. Perverse, cosmopathogenic energy effects upon human health was first recorded in the Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine and formed the basis of acupuncture practice. The ultimate energy derived from food in mammals is the captured electron, the basis of all chemical reactions on planet earth. Only recently have these scientific observations translated into their effects on human health and adaption. The only real documented, natural cure of cancer (spontaneous remission) are victims who have survived a lightning strike! This provides more than ample food for thought and forms the basis of this most important course of study. The author believes, Nicola Tesla would have said "I told you so".
In the late 1990s an academic-called "pseudoscientific variant" called earthing or grounding started to be marketed, under the notion that the earth functions as an electrical grounding for people and that touching the earth provides an array of health benefits "based on an understanding of antioxidant activity". Such is the pabulum of armchair academia when quantum understandings are lacking. Earthing, acupuncture, and other modalities has been part of nature cure for thousands of years, just relatively undocumented because it is part of folklore and common sense. That the earth provides a low resistance path for the flow of electrical charge (either positive or negative) can be easily measured and is axiomatic for electrical safety. The earth-ground essentially serves as an infinite reservoir for both heat and electricity, which can be either a source of electrons; or sink for electrons (a bottomless pit) depending on locale, moisture, temperature, season, air ionic content, and other parameters.
Grounding is used as a safety precaution for electrical equipment and working with metal or other conductive materials, including water, that might come into contact with electricity (from lightning or power lines, for example). The low resistance path to the ground means that any static electrical build up or any short circuit or lightning strike can be discharged harmlessly and naturally into the earth, rather than cause damage to the equipment or operator touching such equipment.
However, therapeutically, grounding also provides the only natural pathway for biologic energy flow for those creatures who walk with their feet on the ground. This course will detail who, how and why that operates. The overall concept once again becomes the 'bull in the China Shoppe' in light electrotherapeutics and quantum medicine, and accounts for those therapeutic failures since electrotherapy was denounced in Flexner's 1910 report as 'quackery.' The academia who followed Flexner are the very loons who have been quacking ever since!
As we have learned from the global warming hoax, anytime the mainstream scientific community considers anything as pseudoscience, it warrants investigation! Earthing turns electrotherapy and acupuncture upside down on its head.
The Jade famous Derma Ray, now in its 30th year (2019) of success, includes a set of the glass electrodes (7 each) are filled with neon gas which has an orange color providing warmth and drainage. The therapeutic influence of violet electrodes is from argon having a cooling and soothing effect upon the nerves. The Violet Ray High Frequency provides a pleasant, tingling sensation to the skin and scalp by it's ability to "increase oxygenation" in the form of Ozone (O3) into the skin and blood.
Skin diseases (eczema, herpes, blackheads, neurodermitis, furuncle, burns, frostbite, bruises, bad injures, etc.)
Hair (falling out, gray, poor quality, etc.)
Infections (nasal, ear and other special electrodes available)
Air passage diseases (trachea infection, bronchitis, asthma, etc.)
Sinus diseases (allergies, head cold, etc.)
Diseases of joints, muscles, tendons
Artery and vein diseases (endarteritis, varicose vein, thrombophlebitis)
- Teacher: Allie Litterer
- Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams: Allie Litterer
Balneotherapy is the treatment of diseases, injuries, and other physical ailments with baths and bathing, esp. in natural mineral waters; as well as to baptize, to cleanse spiritually; initiate or dedicate by purifying mind and body. While it is considered distinct from hydrotherapeutics, there are some overlaps in practice and in underlying principles. Balneotherapy involves hot or cold water, massage through moving water, applications of other wetting agents, all used in accordance to relaxing (sedating) or stimulating properties as recognized. Many mineral waters at spas are rich in particular minerals (silica, sulfur, selenium, radium) which can be absorbed through the skin, each having different therapeutic and nutritive properties as well.
Medicinal clays are also widely used, which practice is known as 'fangotherapy'. The use of medicinal clay in folk medicine goes back to prehistoric times. The indigenous peoples around the world still use clay widely, which is related to geophagy. The first recorded use of medicinal clay goes back to ancient Mesopotamia. A wide variety of clays is being used for medicinal purposes - primarily for external applications, such as the clay baths in health spas (mud therapy), but also internally. Among the clays most commonly used for medicinal purposes are kaolin and the smectite clays such as bentonite, montmorillonite, and Fuller's earth. These are taken internally for detoxification, and medically for the treatment of diarrhea.
The 'hot hay bath' is an ancient Siberian treatment for rheumatism and arthritis, which has specific biological properties. Peat, or turf, is an accumulation of partially decayed vegetation matter or histosol. Peat forms in wetland bogs, moors, muskegs, pocosins, mires, and peat swamp forests. Peat is harvested as an important source of peat baths in certain parts of the world.
Diatomaceous earth (pronounced /ˌdaɪ.ətəˌmeɪʃəs ˈɜrθ/) also known as diatomite or kieselgur, is a naturally occurring, soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that is easily crumbled into a fine white to off-white powder. It is one of our best anti-parasiticals when taken internally. It is also an important source of silica, a vital nutrient for skin and skeletal health.
Thus, the term "balneotherapy" is generally applied to everything relating to spa treatment, including the drinking of waters and clays; and the use of hot baths and natural vapor baths, as well as of the various kinds of mud and sand used for hot applications. Balneotherapy may be recommended for wide range of illnesses, including arthritis, skin conditions and fibromyalgia; as well as a superior form of detoxification for rejuvenation.
ESOTERIC IMPLICATIONS OF THIS COURSE
Taking the Waters and Taking the Cure
Just as we have water cures today, Taking the Waters was, a physical choice and act into healing, cleansing and rejuvenation. What has been significantly lost from the Taking the Waters of ancient times is the integration of the arts, socialization, nutrition, recuperation, and music therapy. These interdisciplinary elements were all part of the spa culture of ancient Greece which Taking the Waters was part of a magnificent culture, which today has been lost. Where once the sick and infirmed Took the Waters in natural springs or temple baths, today's spa client is found Taking the Waters in a hot tub or mineral bath. And while the physical benefits remain, the original spiritual benefits are missing in the secular experience and the forgotten notion of Hygienic culture is all but lost.
Taking the Waters is ancient, with evidence of water being used for healing dating back before written history. Ancient civilizations believed that Taking the Waters was beneficial and healing in many ways, especially for cleansing the body, relaxing the heart and mind, and purifying the soul.
The word baptize derives from baptizo, the transliterated form of the Greek word βάπτειν or baptivzw. In a historical context, it means "to dip, plunge, or immerse" something entirely, e.g. into water. Although commonly associated with Christian baptism, the word is known to have been used in other contexts. For instance, a 2nd century author named Nicander wrote down a pickle recipe which illustrates the common use of the word. He first says that the pickle should be dipped (bapto) into boiling water, followed by a complete submersion (baptizo) in a vinegar solution. The word was also used to explain the process of submerging cloth into a colored dye.
In the Egyptian Mysteries the concept of the Supreme Good is expressed as the purpose of virtue, and that is the salvation of the Soul, by liberating it from the ten bodily fetters. This process of liberation is a process of purification both of mind and of body: the former by the study of philosophy and science, and the latter by bodily ascetic disciplines. This training was continued from the baptism of water, and was subsequently followed by the baptism of fire, when the candidate had made the necessary progress. This process transformed man and made him godlike, and fitted him for union with God.
The concept of the Supreme Good, which originally came from the Egyptian Mysteries is the earliest theory of salvation: and Socrates must have derived this doctrine from that source, or indirectly from the Pythagoreans.
The Christian ritual of water baptism traces back to Saint John the Forerunner, who the Bible says baptized many, including our Lord Jesus Christ. Certain forms of baptism were practiced in the Old Testament. In medical astrology, the moment of birth for the construction of the radical chart is know as the "planetary baptism." Additionally, baptism was practiced in some pagan religions as a sign of death and rebirth.
In Christianity, baptism (from Greek βαπτίζω baptizo: "immersing", "performing ablutions", i.e., ritual washing) is for the majority the rite of admission, almost invariably with the use of water, into the Christian Church generally and also membership of a particular church tradition. Baptism has been called a sacrament and an ordinance of Jesus Christ.
Although the term "baptism" is not used to describe the Jewish rituals, the purification rites (or mikvah—ritual immersion) in Jewish laws and tradition have similarity and linkage to baptism. Mikvah was used by the Essenes and Therapeutae. In the Jewish Bible and other Jewish texts, immersion in water for ritual purification was established for restoration to a condition of "ritual purity" in specific circumstances. John the Baptist adopted baptismal immersion as the central sacrament in his messianic movement.
In contrast to a common Protestant viewpoint, baptism is more than just a symbolic act of burial of the old self and resurrection of the new, but an actual supernatural transformation. Baptism is believed to impart cleansing (remission) of sins and union with Christ in his death, burial and resurrection (see Romans 6:3-5; Colossians 2:12, 3:1-4).
What is important to observe is that despite the differences, origins and beliefs among the aboriginals, the Greeks, Jews, Christians and Muslims, all basically agreed on a major canon of spa culture. This basic spa principle asserts that through properly Taking the Waters, one has the possibility of not only experiencing health and hygiene, but also an initiatory and baptismal event which symbolizes personal purification, social regeneration and spiritual transformation.
Today these traditional, natural therapeutic spa practices and healing resort medicines are largely forgotten. Their hidden histories, however, are made available in this Course, and contain a wealth of helpful information ready for rediscovery. Also ready for rediscovery are the holistic and integrated regenerative processes -- what Giedion called "total regeneration." These once well-established natural spa and health resort processes of Taking the Waters can provide a way for you to learn, our speed-driven culture, how to reconnect patrons with Nature's basic elements, and most importantly, with humanity's healthful rhythms and ancient traditions.
- Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams: Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams
„The electrodes applied to percutaneous electrical tumor therapy (PET) lead to an ion flow of positively charged ions to the cathode and a negative ion flux to the anode.”
• breast cancer
• prostate cancer
• Lymph metastasis / lymphoma
• Primary lung cancer and lung metastases
• Primary hepatic carcinoma and liver metastases / liver cancer
• Primary gastric cancers and gastric metastases / stomach cancer
• All other tumors and metastases in the intra – abdominal
• Skin cancer / skin metastases / skin cancer / cancer black / white cancer
- Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams: Allie Litterer
Iontophoresis is a process of transdermal drug delivery by use of a voltage gradient on the skin. Molecules are transported across the stratum corneum by electrophoresis and electroosmosis and the electric field can also increase the permeability of the skin. These phenomena, directly and indirectly, constitute active transport of matter due to an applied electric current. The transport is measured in units of chemical flux, commonly µmol/(cm2*hour).
Iontophoresis has experimental, therapeutic and diagnostic applications. In terms of trace mineral nutrition, there is no faster and finer way of delivering ions into vitally deprived tissues.
In terms of delivering Rife frequencies, there is no better way of doing these combined therapies. In this course the secrets to this little known therapy are revealed! Electronutrition will become a modality of the 21st century.
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