Electromagnetic and Magnetic Vector Potential Bio-Information and Water

  • C. W. Smith
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Summary

The phenomena of bio-information and water are considered in relation to electromagnetic fields. This first came to the fore when treating electromagnetically hypersensitive patients for whom the use of water treated with an alternating magnetic field, or vector potential, at a frequency specific to the patient, can be therapeutic. Resonances thus written into a sample of water can be read out by a subjective method, but have now also been detected with a low-noise, narrow-band high-gain amplifier. The various threshold conditions found for magnetic potentisation (= influence on the water) are given. Resonance frequencies found in glass ampoules of water held by patients have been used for diagnosis and subsequent therapy. Resonances have also been measured in homoeopathic potencies (= agitated high dilutions) and these must relate to the bio-information imparted during their preparation and “read” by the body following clinical application. It is proposed that the frequency information is carried on the magnetic vector potential and that the magnetic field or succussion (= agitation) “formats” the water.

Zusammenfassung

Phänomene von Bio-Information und Wasser werden in Beziehung zu elektromagnetischen Feldern betrachtet. Anhaltspunkte dafür hatten sich in der Behandlung elektromagnetisch hypersensitiver Patienten ergeben, für die die Verwendung von mit einem magnetischen Wechselfeld oder einem Magnet-Vektor-Potential behandeltem Wasser therapeutische Wirkung haben kann. Resonanzeigenschaften, die auf diese Weise in eine Wasserprobe “eingeschrieben” wurden, können mit Hilfe einer subjektiven Methode herausgelesen werden; sie wurden nun aber auch mittels eines rauscharmen SchmalbandHochleistungsverstärkers gefunden. Die unterschiedlichen Schwellenbedingungen, die für magnetische Potenzierung (= Beeinflussung des Wassers) gefunden wurden, werden angegeben. Resonanzfrequenzen, die von Glasampullen, welche von Patienten gehalten werden, abgeleitet wurden, wurden in Diagnose und nachfolgender Therapie verwendet. Resonanzen wurden auch in homöopathischen verschüttelten Verdünnungen gemessen; diese müssen in Zusammenhang mit der Bio-Information stehen, die während der Zubereitung eingebracht wurde und vom Körper nach der klinischen Anwendung “gelesen” werden. Es wird der Gedanke vorgeschlagen, daß die Information der Schwingungen durch das Magnet-Vektor-Potential übertragen wird und daß ein magnetisches Feld oder Verschüttelung das Wasser “formatiert”.

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