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Bioradiation



Bioradiation

Strange as it appears, it now seems obvious that every living creature broadcasts its presence like a radio station, the sun, or the stars. I have named it bio radiation.

Perhaps it is the same energy as the Asian chi; perhaps it is merely related to it. Perhaps it is the energy that runs along the meridians discovered eons ago by Asian practitioners.

Perhaps it is the energy that faith healers and religious teachers know how to harness, perhaps not.

Perhaps it is the energy that psychics perceive and that drives occult phenomena, perhaps not.

 

 

What is truly amazing is that ordinary persons have discovered such energy well ahead of scientists. Persons using the “art” of kinesiology, pendulums, radionics, dowsing rods and many other forms of “strange energy” have no doubt harnessed a part of this bio radiation. It is a tribute to the generally high intelligence of common people and to their open-mindedness that they discovered this energy, in spite of opposition from scientists of today.

Over a century ago the scientists of Europe proposed the existence of a “life force” called “élan Vitale.” They were scorned out of existence (and out of jobs). Young scientists, (including myself) were systematically taught to scorn this idea.

Of course, we were also taught that a good scientist was unemotional, does not scorn ideas, has a completely open mind, and does not rule something out until it is disproved to their satisfaction.

 

 

The youthfulness of college years is so susceptible to prejudices of all kinds, and the desire for acceptance is so great, that special effort needs to be made to reach neutrality. Or at least to distinguish between emotion and fact. Where have these basic pedagogic principles gone? I was indeed inspired by the phrase “search for truth” but then promptly led down the path of “search for acceptance.”

I do not know what bio radiation, this electrical broadcast from our cells, is made of. Only its frequency was noticed and caught (modulated) in such a way as to be measurable. And this frequency, 1,520,000 to 9,460,000 Hz (for a human infant) is in the radio frequency (RF) range.

Anyone who is experienced with RF knows its strange behavior. Not strange in the “unknown” sense but in the amazing sense. Circuits don't need to be complete or closed for it to travel. Bodies and objects can “pick it up” without being in the circuit. These amazing properties are due to the capacitive and inductive properties of objects all around us, including ourselves.

 

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About The Cure For All Diseases

Hulda Regehr Clark (18 October 1928 in Rosthern, Saskatchewan – 3 September 2009 in Chula Vista, California)[1][2] was a Canadian naturopath, author, and practitioner of alternative medicine. Clark claimed all human disease was related to parasitic infection, and also claimed to be able to cure all diseases, including cancer and HIV/AIDS, by destroying these parasites by "zapping" them with electrical devices which she marketed.[3] Clark wrote several books describing her methods and operated clinics in the United States.

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