What is a Bio-resonance Scan?
Introduction to the Sensitive Imago
SENSITIV - Sensitive
IMAGO - Individual, Monitoring, Anatomic, Graphic, Objects
A well-known medical and philosophical postulate says that there is the need rather to treat a patient, than the disease, but modern therapy focuses mostly on the disease and the suppression of symptoms. People tried to change this situation for a long time. Even in 1940 -1945 a research program was implemented under the guidance of Burr, the Professor of Yale University School of Medicine. Many biologists and researchers of higher education took part. The output of the program can be summarized as: "All the living organisms have electric fields and as a consequence, the magnetic fields of complex nature. These fields are completely lost with the death". Electromagnetic phenomenon is very important in the organization, structure and functioning of living systems, both in healthy state and in case of some illness. In the cells and between the cells is a constant and instant exchange of information, carried out by means of electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic fluctuations are the most important force of the nature. They control the metabolism, growth, distribution of hormones, pain sensation and all the physical manifestations of life. Binding forces within the molecule are the electromagnetic force. Thus, the molecules are not linked physically, but by the electromagnetic interaction.
A human is a complex electromagnetic system that interacts with the environment in different frequency bands. They can be divided into basic frequencies, supporting frequencies and energy-informational frequencies of cell exchange. Energy-informational frequencies of cell exchange are 40-70 GHz (equivalent to 40-70 billion cycles per second). This is perhaps the most important for the human range of frequencies.
Basic frequencies – 7.8 and 14.1 Hz – are the frequencies of alpha and beta rhythms in the brain. They practically coincide with fluctuations in the magnetic field of the Earth. In such a way nature protects the human in the evolution: the human biorhythms, like a tuning fork, synchronize and resonate with the electromagnetic field of the Earth.
Biological effects of the electromagnetic fields depend primarily on two parameters -the power and frequency of the radiation.
Depending on the power thermal and non thermal effects are distinguished.
Conventional boundary between these regions is in the value of 10 milliwatts per square centimeter of irradiated surface. With this value of the power the tissue can be warmed to a few tens degrees..
How well the electromagnetic energy is absorbed in the human body depends on the radiation frequency.
For example, very high frequency waves (30 - 300 MHz) are weakly absorbed in the tissues as compared with ultra high frequency (UHF) waves (300 - 3000 MHz). Microwave radiation (3 - 30 GHz) can be completely "stuck" in a living tissue to the depth of a few centimeters. The radiation of extremely high frequency band (EHF) (30 - 300 GHz) has a large influence on a biological organism.
Energy-information exchange of the body is characterized by the relative dynamic constancy of the internal environment (blood, tissue) and the stability of the basic physiological functions (blood circulation, respiration, metabolism, and so on). Many complex processes flow on the energy-information level. Interaction takes place in a range of extremely high frequencies generated by the cells.
Communicating with each other at frequencies of 40-70 GHz, the cells form a common torsion field, which can record them in a certain position in space. They create a wide variety of cell association: the internal organs, bones, muscles and so on.
Dr. Harold Burr of Yale University discovered that a change in electromagnetic pulse precedes the disease. It means that the diagnosis of energy-information exchange of the body is able to assess the state of human health, and, what is the most important, to make warning prediction, even predict disease and take preventative measures to avoid it.
The testing is based on the resonance theory of feedback with the human body. This is accompanied by activation of subcortical brain structures, the hypothalamic region (central section of the regulation of all the functions of the body) and registration of incoming signals from it.
The following factors must be present for the effect of resonance in biological systems:
- Characteristics of vibration, or the type of vibration. The coincidence of the oscillation spectrum increases the probability of resonance effect.
- The frequency or number of the vibrations per second. For the presence of the resonance effect in biological system the frequency of the annexed oscillations must coincide with the frequency of the biological system.
- Amplitude, the height fluctuations; the more the amplitude, the more likely occurrence of resonance.
SENSITIV IMAGO equipment using electromagnetic waves can generate neuronal activity in the brain of the patient. And vice versa, the neurons manifests their selective ability to enhance hardly detectable signals of the body (the phenomenon of bioresonance). It should be noted that the creation of this diagnostic method was preceded by many years of research, the aims of which are: Firstly, the exact identification of the localization of subcortical structures responsible for regulating the activity of a particular organ; Secondly, to establish a link between the intensity of the signal received from the hypothalamus, and the severity of the pathological process in a particular organ; Thirdly, to create a virtual model of healthy organs and various forms of diseases. In addition, there is a huge statistical data on the distribution of diseases in different groups according to sex and age of the patient, which allows us to predict the state of the human body by introducing of primary information such as sex and age. Full spectrum of electromagnetic patient’s oscillations, that are the combination of all the oscillations of the atoms, molecules, tissues, organs and body systems, consists of two different types of oscillations: the physiological and the pathological one
Physiological ("harmonic") fluctuations are those one that come from healthy organs. Each organ has a specific, peculiar for it only spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations, which can be displayed as a graph.
For each organ of the human body there is defined frequency band, recorded in the table. For example, for the heart it is 700-800 Hz, which increases in case of stenocardia up to the level of 1500 Hz. For the kidneys is 600-700 Hz with an increase in case of inflammation up to 900 Hz, for the liver is 300 - 400 Hz with an increase in case of inflammation up to 600 Hz. The graph displays the reference processes written into the software as the basic data
Testing with bioresonance and comparison of patient characteristics of the wave with the reference process has become crucial for the development of such modern diagnostic method of energy-information diagnostics as Nonlinear Analysis (NLS). This is one of the latest advances in medicine, which allows capturing and reflecting in the form of maps and tables the slightest changes in biological structures of living organisms. Frequency characteristics of healthy organs are systematized and divided into 13 filters (groups). This is shown in the table.
Peripheral nervous system, receptors ENDOCRINE ORGANS LUNGS, IMMUNITY KIDNEYS, BLADDER LIVER, GALL BLADDER UTERUS, PROSTATE SMALL INTESTINE, PANCREAS STOMACH, LARGE INTESTINE BLOOD, SPLEEN HEART, VESSELS BONES, JOINTS SKIN, HAIR, NAILS
Each filter contains information simultaneously of several organs (the next in frequency). During the testing the electromagnetic characteristics of the organ (or system) can be transformed into the graph. Each person has individual graphs, they do not repeat, because it is the sum of all the processes - diagnoses (and their degree of severity) and microorganisms that are present in the body at the moment. Automatically the software compares the reference processes (graphs) recorded in the software database, with graphs, obtained from the patient. When there is coincidence of the graphs, then there are the processes of reference for review, by which we judge the state of the organism.
Any pathological process has its own specific vibration. In memory of the computer graphics there are more than 10 200 pathological processes taking into account the severity of the disease, age, sex and other characteristics.
Pathological ("disharmonious") oscillations occur when the delicate processes of management change due to interference of oscillations which are not peculiar to the organism. These violations in the future lead to physical manifestations of the disease, if the regulatory system of the body was not able to adequately compensate them.