Health Rays

Not all radiation is dangerous, it can have a healing effect.

Tijn Touber | February 2003 issue
Cell phones, microwave ovens, TV towers, X-rayed food … research continues to prove that X-rays and radiation undermine people’s health. Fortunately there is a development in the opposite direction. Scientists are increasingly experimenting with radiation equipment that enhances patients’ recovery by amplifying the frequencies of the body organs. One of the pioneers in this field is David Wagner, of the Tachyon Institiute in England. Wagner showed an early talent for technology, building his first electric generator when he was only eight years old. He also quickly became spiritually aware under the strong influence of his missionary grandparents. In his book Kindred Spirit (autumn, 2002), Wagner describes how he united these two worlds while developing a medical instrument, inspired by an accident, which left him partially paralysed and in great pain.
Wagner’s research is focussed on tachyons, particles that move at speeds faster than light and thus travel between the world of frequencies – our visible world – and what is known as the zero-point energy field. According to scientists at Princeton and Stanford universities, this field of so-called free energy might be the key to solving mysteries that have confounded scientists for centuries. The field is thought to consist of an incredible amount of quantum energy in what scientists call empty space. According to some scientists, all living creatures are essentially small bundles of quantum energy that exchange information with this pulsating field. Tachyons are thought to be the carriers that transport the energy.
David Wagner defines sickness and health as processes that are related to the organization of energy. When our energy fields lose their coherence, we become ill, and according to the law of entropy our system is then subject to accelerated decay. Order becomes chaos, and the young grow old. Only energy from outside the existing system might be able to stop this process. Wagner’s nerve pains largely disappeared through the use of his self-developed machine that re-establishes the link with the zero-point field. The law of entropy – decay – is then reversed, which allows healing to take place. An interesting side thought is that if tachyons do indeed move faster than light, they actually exist outside of time. This would allow both forward and backward movements in time to take place.
How Wagner’s machine works is a secret, but he claims to be able to “tachyonize” existing materials, be it clothing, rocks or pills. By altering its molecular structure the machine can purportedly transform an object into a tachyon-attracting antenna in two weeks. By now there are over four hundred “tachyon tools”, including eye masks, earplugs, headbands and shoe soles. An interesting concept, but one that seems bound to remain just that, given Wagner’s apparent continuing refusal to grant any further insights into how his machine works.
The German magazine Esotera (October, 2002) also reports on radiation machines that induce healing. The Compens machine, which does not have to be plugged in, emits biophotons, which also supposedly originate from the “highest regions”. When a human body receives these photons, it “remembers” its original state of being and, what’s more, is fed by this primeval energy. The inventor Walter Zapf, of the Urdirect Company, takes his invention into the twilight zone between mind and matter. “Quantum physics has proven that photons can be both particles and waves at the same time.” This is reason enough for Zapf to assume that his machine influences both the body and the mind. Three treatments cost 60 Euros and are purported to be beneficial for all kinds of pain. The Bionic 880 also works with photons, but has, so the builders say, a much wider application: insomnia, weight problems, hyperactivity and depression are but a few of the applications. However, unlike the Compens unit, this machine does need to be plugged in.
Using radiation for healing is not a new idea. The Egyptians, the Chinese, the Mayas, the Greeks and the Romans experimented with magnets. Descriptions of such experiments have been found in the writings of Aristotle, Plato and Homer. They attributed healing powers to magnets and described its use in the treatment of, among others, paralysis, arthritis and swollen joints. The theory behind magnetic therapy is simple: organs are made up of specialized cells, which produce a magnetic field with a strength that depends on the level of activity. Thus, each part of the human body can be regarded as a micro magnet. It follows that health can be defined as a state of harmony (balance) between the magnetic fields of the different groups of cells. Magnetic therapy is thought to bring misaligned cells back to their original energy level by means of a magnetic field.
The Dutch journal Medisch Dossier (February, 2002), describes the research being conducted by the German biophysicist Fritz Albert Popp, who built a photon amplifier after discovering that living organisms emit highly coherent light signals. Popp speculated that the body’s light emissions might be responsible for the coordination of body processes, and could explain how the body is capable of performing many functions simultaneously. He hypothesized that the signals are sent through the body by photons at the speed of light. In quantum physics, “quantum coherence” means that subatomic particles are capable of cooperating. These particles are joined by means of electromagnetic fields and are able to communicate with each other, much like a mass of tuning forks beginning to resonate on the same wavelength. It is not difficult to comprehend that a disturbance of these fields can result in disease, and that, conversely, stimulating these fields may lead to recovery and health.
 

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Health Rays

Not all radiation is dangerous, it can have a healing effect.

Tijn Touber | February 2003 issue
Cell phones, microwave ovens, TV towers, X-rayed food … research continues to prove that X-rays and radiation undermine people’s health. Fortunately there is a development in the opposite direction. Scientists are increasingly experimenting with radiation equipment that enhances patients’ recovery by amplifying the frequencies of the body organs. One of the pioneers in this field is David Wagner, of the Tachyon Institiute in England. Wagner showed an early talent for technology, building his first electric generator when he was only eight years old. He also quickly became spiritually aware under the strong influence of his missionary grandparents. In his book Kindred Spirit (autumn, 2002), Wagner describes how he united these two worlds while developing a medical instrument, inspired by an accident, which left him partially paralysed and in great pain.
Wagner’s research is focussed on tachyons, particles that move at speeds faster than light and thus travel between the world of frequencies – our visible world – and what is known as the zero-point energy field. According to scientists at Princeton and Stanford universities, this field of so-called free energy might be the key to solving mysteries that have confounded scientists for centuries. The field is thought to consist of an incredible amount of quantum energy in what scientists call empty space. According to some scientists, all living creatures are essentially small bundles of quantum energy that exchange information with this pulsating field. Tachyons are thought to be the carriers that transport the energy.
David Wagner defines sickness and health as processes that are related to the organization of energy. When our energy fields lose their coherence, we become ill, and according to the law of entropy our system is then subject to accelerated decay. Order becomes chaos, and the young grow old. Only energy from outside the existing system might be able to stop this process. Wagner’s nerve pains largely disappeared through the use of his self-developed machine that re-establishes the link with the zero-point field. The law of entropy – decay – is then reversed, which allows healing to take place. An interesting side thought is that if tachyons do indeed move faster than light, they actually exist outside of time. This would allow both forward and backward movements in time to take place.
How Wagner’s machine works is a secret, but he claims to be able to “tachyonize” existing materials, be it clothing, rocks or pills. By altering its molecular structure the machine can purportedly transform an object into a tachyon-attracting antenna in two weeks. By now there are over four hundred “tachyon tools”, including eye masks, earplugs, headbands and shoe soles. An interesting concept, but one that seems bound to remain just that, given Wagner’s apparent continuing refusal to grant any further insights into how his machine works.
The German magazine Esotera (October, 2002) also reports on radiation machines that induce healing. The Compens machine, which does not have to be plugged in, emits biophotons, which also supposedly originate from the “highest regions”. When a human body receives these photons, it “remembers” its original state of being and, what’s more, is fed by this primeval energy. The inventor Walter Zapf, of the Urdirect Company, takes his invention into the twilight zone between mind and matter. “Quantum physics has proven that photons can be both particles and waves at the same time.” This is reason enough for Zapf to assume that his machine influences both the body and the mind. Three treatments cost 60 Euros and are purported to be beneficial for all kinds of pain. The Bionic 880 also works with photons, but has, so the builders say, a much wider application: insomnia, weight problems, hyperactivity and depression are but a few of the applications. However, unlike the Compens unit, this machine does need to be plugged in.
Using radiation for healing is not a new idea. The Egyptians, the Chinese, the Mayas, the Greeks and the Romans experimented with magnets. Descriptions of such experiments have been found in the writings of Aristotle, Plato and Homer. They attributed healing powers to magnets and described its use in the treatment of, among others, paralysis, arthritis and swollen joints. The theory behind magnetic therapy is simple: organs are made up of specialized cells, which produce a magnetic field with a strength that depends on the level of activity. Thus, each part of the human body can be regarded as a micro magnet. It follows that health can be defined as a state of harmony (balance) between the magnetic fields of the different groups of cells. Magnetic therapy is thought to bring misaligned cells back to their original energy level by means of a magnetic field.
The Dutch journal Medisch Dossier (February, 2002), describes the research being conducted by the German biophysicist Fritz Albert Popp, who built a photon amplifier after discovering that living organisms emit highly coherent light signals. Popp speculated that the body’s light emissions might be responsible for the coordination of body processes, and could explain how the body is capable of performing many functions simultaneously. He hypothesized that the signals are sent through the body by photons at the speed of light. In quantum physics, “quantum coherence” means that subatomic particles are capable of cooperating. These particles are joined by means of electromagnetic fields and are able to communicate with each other, much like a mass of tuning forks beginning to resonate on the same wavelength. It is not difficult to comprehend that a disturbance of these fields can result in disease, and that, conversely, stimulating these fields may lead to recovery and health.
 

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