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The invention relates to a radiesthesia rod to be employed in biodetection, biolocation, measuring energetic and bioenergetic fields, diagnosing energetic anomalies, in qualitative and quantitative measurements, in all said applications the rod being used together with a special protractor. According to the invention, the radiesthesia rod consists of a cross-shaped assembly (1) made of metal wire along two perpendicular lines (D1 and D2), where one line (D1) contains two wire pieces of equal sizes (b), welded in the extension of each other, while, along a line (D2) there are similarly welded two other wire pieces, one of them having a size (a) and the other one having other size (I), the two half sizes (b) of the first arm of the rod cross being welded or soldered to the rod arm having a size (a+I), where the assembly (1) works together with a special protractor (2).
Test device determining sensitivity to radiation
A spring pendulum performs mechanical vibrations in a plane or rotations. It consists of a handle and metal tube (1) contg. an extractable spring element (4) in the form of an elastic wire with a wt. (5) on one end. The spring element can slide tightly in the tube and when extracted is held in the radial position by a rubber or plastics bearing acting as a slightly elastic clamp. The wt. is a ball of non-magnetic material. USE/ADVANTAGE - For determining energy and physical properties and influences of radiation for natural healing. Exhibits high sensitivity and reproducibility over long operating life and is insensitive to local magnetic fields. Radiesthesia, i.e. diagnosing sensitivity to radiation, e.g. magnetic or electric, by pendulum.
The art of dowsing, the effect of radiation, magnetic and electric fields on the behavior and well-being of living organisms, constantly gaining in importance, so that also address the classical natural sciences with the relevant phenomena.
Essential tool for qualitative and quantitative measurement is relatively pendulum, which was significantly enhanced in primitive forms in recent times.
The invention is concerned with the development and perfection of the pendulum for use in dowsing towards smaller size, better handling, greater sensitivity, reliability and reproducibility of the measurement results, as well as lower maintenance, easier repair and longer life.
In a narrower sense, the invention relates to a test device for determining the energetic and physical conditions and influences in the field of dowsing natural medicine, in the form of to mechanical vibrations in a plane or for rotation capable spring pendulum for use in human hand, preferably in a horizontal position, consisting of a handle and serves as a metallic protective tube sleeve mounted therein, extensible spring element in the form of an elastic wire and a mass element located at its end.
In the art of dowsing of naturopathy are to determine energy flows, radiation effects, compatibility and incompatibility of substances, foods, and medicines to interact with living organisms or parts of the body subtle, highly sensitive instruments are needed.
A substantial space is thus a pendulum, the spring pendulum swing towards other species is gaining more and more importance.
Metal pendulum are both known as gravitational pendulum such as a spring pendulum in numerous designs.
Among the latter win the plugged together or drawable structures of their relative small size and excellent maneuverability due to increases in importance.
A really handy device for the hand of the doctor or the engineer is missing, however, is still on the market.
Executed instruments are, for example, the "bio-tensor" and the "Bioantenne" for use in natural medicine.
It cited the following publications:
- Dr. Josef Oberbach: "The biotensor, Beagle of ill health and natural events"
- Dr. Josef Oberbach: "The biotensor, the universal tester"
- Hardy Burbaum: "The new dimension of Schwingpendelns in dowsing" and others, The Nature Doctor No. 3/1989.
The commercially available devices can still unsatisfactory.
There is therefore a great need for improvement, advancement and simplification of the pendulum for dowsing.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
The invention has for its object to provide a spring pendulum to determine the physical conditions (energy flow, energy distribution) in the art of dowsing, which has a long life with maximum sensitivity and reproducibility, against disturbing local magnetic fields is insensitive and a high degree of maneuverability both in transport ensured at rest as in the handling during operation.
The unit should be kept as small as possible in the dimensions to require little space during transport and to carry out measurements in the confined space area with sufficient accuracy in operating condition.
This object is achieved in that the above-mentioned test, the spring element is longitudinally arranged tightly fitting slidable in the sleeve and that it is held in a radial position in the extended state in a substantially acting as a soft elastic fixed stock of rubber or plastics, and that the mass member of a ball of a non-magnetic material is.
The invention is described by the following, explained in more detail by Figures embodiments.
In the drawings:
1 shows a longitudinal section through a first embodiment of the pendulum with an elastic clamping of the spring element at one end,
2 shows a longitudinal section through a second embodiment of the pendulum with an elastic clamping of the spring member in a slidable piston.
1 shows a longitudinal section through a first embodiment of the pendulum with an elastic clamping of the spring element at one end. 1, serving as a handle sleeve and the protective tube made of a nonmagnetic stainless steel material, in this case from a corrosion-resistant austenitic Cr / Ni-steel. 2 illustrates a stopper formed as a rotational body made of a plastic
In this case, nylon is selected.
The plug 2 is the use of 3, preferably made of brass. 4 is a pull spring element in the form of a non-magnetic, bent at its inner end metal wire: spring hard, cold-worked austenitic Cr / Ni steel.
The fixed end of the spring element 4, non-magnetic mass element 5 has the form of a metal ball, in this case also consists of Cr / Ni-steel. 6 is the other end of the sleeve 1 final gland (polyamide) comprising the bearing 7 (elastic clamping) for the spring member 4 in the form of a rotation body concentric.
This camp consists of 7 natural rubber a certain hardness and thus sets the arm span of the spring element 4 in the working position against fixed (rigid) clamping down considerably.
The elasticity of the pendulum will be increased considerably.
The bearing 7 is provided on its inner face with a stop (catch) 8th
This is in this case made of brass.
The stop plate is to ensure that the bent end of the spring element 4 does not dig into the working position in the comparatively soft bearing 7.
Figure 2 refers to a longitudinal section through a second embodiment of the pendulum with an elastic clamping of the spring member in a slidable piston.
The sleeve 1 and 4 correspond to the extendable spring element in their designs and materials virtually Figure
1 Also the plug with its 2 and 3 use the stuffing box 6 correspond to those of FIG 1 The bearing 7 for the elastic clamping of the spring member 4 is here in a longitudinal direction of the sleeve with sliding fit displaceable severe, provided with a sealing ring as a friction element 11, piston 10 9 is located between a spring element and mass element 5 4 fastener which is no need to solder or weld connection.
All other terms and symbols correspond to those of Figures 1 and require no further explanation.
See Figure 1
It is made of a spring pendulum with retractable spring element.
The casing 1 serving as a handle and the protective tube, consisting of a cold-drawn blank tube of 18 mm outer diameter, 17 mm inner diameter, 0.5 mm wall thickness and 180 mm length.
The material was a non-magnetic corrosion-resistant steel with the material number nac 14 301 DIN (German standard).
Both the plug 2, as 6 is a stuffing box for the plastic has been used on the basis of polyamide with tradename PA6.
The plug 2 had an outer diameter of 17 mm and had a hole of 6.8 mm diameter for receiving the insert made of brass 3.
The latter was 24 mm long and had a concentric blind hole of 4.2 mm diameter and 20 mm depth.
The retractable spring element 4 consisted of a corrosion resistant non-magnetic spring tempered Cr / Ni steel wire (quality super hard) called 188 and had a diameter of 1 mm.
The mass element 5 had the shape of a ball diameter of 15 mm and was made of stainless steel AISI 111 W 4,401th
The camp 7 (elastic fixed) for the spring element 4 is made of natural rubber with the trade name Viton 75 SH A and had an outer diameter of 7 minutes, so it will be tight and adherent pressed into the bore of the stuffing box 6 of 6.8 mm diameter could.
It had a central through hole of 0.5 mm diameter Which serves to lock the stop plate 8 consisted of brass and had a bore diameter of 1 mm, so that the spring element is able to move effortlessly gliding.
In the fully extended operative condition, the entire pendulum including handle had a length of about 340 mm.
See Figure 2
Analogously to Example 1 is manufactured using a spring pendant of drawable spring element and the sliding piston.
The sleeve 1 is composed of a bare tube of 20 mm outer diameter, 17 mm inner diameter, 0.75 mm wall thickness and 157 mm length from a corrosion resistant, non-magnetic steel of the same composition as in Example I. The plug 2 of plastic was virtually identical with that of Example 1
The same was true for the stuffing box 6 with the difference that this was not provided for the inclusion of an additional component, but only a central hole of 5 mm in diameter for the passage of the spring element 4 had.
The latter was substantially the same as in Example 1 but had a thickness of 1.2 mm and a length of 145 mm.
It was on both ends bent at right angles in order to lock or Fixation in the adjacent component.
The use of 3 had a different stop function according to its flat shape with a flat front and back was made of brass.
The mass element 5 was formed as a sphere of 18 mm diameter made of nonmagnetic stainless steel and had a slightly larger central hole of 5 mm diameter for receiving the cylindrical mounting member 9.
The latter had been fastened tight fit in the mass element 5 and mediated the positive connection between this and the spring element 4
The fastening member 9 also consisted of a stainless Cr / Ni-steel.
The provided with an annular groove, and a frictional member 11 in the form of a sealing ring of rubber cylindrical piston 10 comprised of a plastic based on polyamide, having an outer diameter of 17 mm, such that a sliding fit was ensured in the sleeve 1.
It contains in its interior the cylindrical bearing 7 of natural rubber with an outer diameter of 9.5 mm and a hole of 1.1 mm for receiving the spring element 4 When ready, the pendulum had a total length of about 295 mm.
The invention is not limited to the embodiments.
The test for determining the energetic and physical conditions and influences in the field of dowsing natural medicine, in the form of to mechanical vibrations in a plane or for rotation capable spring pendulum for use in human hand, preferably in a horizontal position consists of a handle and a conduit serving metallic shell 1, a mounted therein and extendable spring element 4 in form of an elastic wire, and an on-the end of mass element 5, wherein the spring element 4 fits slidably disposed tightly in the barrel 1 in the longitudinal direction and in the extended state in a substantially acting as a soft elastic clamping bearing 7 of rubber or plastics stated in the radial position and the mass element 5 consists of a ball of a non-magnetic material.
In a first embodiment of the test apparatus, the sleeve 1 is closed at one end by a plug 2 with insert 3 and is provided at the other end to a final packing box 6, in which the a resilient clamping of the extendable spring member 4 serving as a metal wire stock 7 is concentric and radially symmetric firmly pressed, the latter having a bore such that the spring member 4 is retained therein with a tight sliding fit in the extended state by the arm span is chosen so low that under the influence of a lateral force on the mass element 5 of the deflection of pendulum caused twice that value is at least the pendulum would otherwise expand at total rigid clamping of the spring member 4, and further comprising the bearing 7 on its inner side with a serving as a locking stop plate 8, and the spring element 4, at its inner, a mass element 5 opposite end provided with a hook angle, or as a stop in the longitudinal direction.
In a second embodiment of the test apparatus, the sleeve 1 is terminated at one end with a plug 2 with insert 3 and provided at the other end with one final stuffing box 6, in which there is a central hole with a sufficiently large diameter so that the retractable spring element can be 4 to move axially therein without touching and provide the inner end of the spring element 4 with a bracket or hook and elastically clamped in the bearing 7, which is coaxial in turn provided in an with a acting as a seal ring friction member 11, tightly displaceable with a sliding fit in the sleeve 1 piston 10 is located in, wherein the arm span of the spring element 4 is so low in the storage 7, that the deflection caused by the influence of a lateral force on the mass element 5 of the pendulum is at least twice that value, the pendulum otherwise in total rigid clamping of the spring member would show 4, further wherein the spring element 4 is provided at its outer end to a bracket or hook and is connected by a tight-fitting, the press-fit and force-locking connecting element 9 adherent to the ground element 5.
The sleeve 1, the spring member 4 and the mass element 5 are preferably made of a diamagnetic or non-magnetic metallic material, wherein the mass member has a spherical shape 5.
Advantageously, the sleeve 1 and mass element 5 of non-magnetic stainless Cr / Ni-steel, and the spring element 4 of non-magnetic stainless Cr-steel or spring-hardened spring hard Cr / Ni-steel.
Advantages of the Invention
- Handy, beanspruchendes for transporting little space instrument.
- High sensitivity despite the relatively short length of the spring element due to highly elastic soft clamping of the latter.
- Oxydationsbeständige, corrosion-resistant design long life.
- Unbeeinflussbarkeit otherwise interfering with local magnetic fields due to use of non-magnetic materials.
1 sleeve (handle, protection tube)
4 Pull spring element (metal wire)
5 mass element (metal ball)
The subject of the invention is a translucent pendulum suspended by a flexible thread and containing an electronic device which is both a detector and an amplifier with electronic components and novel components allowing high sensitivity, leading to better selection while providing the necessary electronic energy. This pendulum is highly reliable and completely independent of the use
7 Storage (elastic fixed) for spring element
8 stop (arrest)
9 fastener for mass element
11 friction element (sealing ring)
Radioelectric pendulum and electronic components for dowsing (radiesthesia)
The subject of the invention is a translucent pendulum suspended by a flexible thread and containing an electronic device which is both a detector and an amplifier with electronic components and novel components allowing high sensitivity, leading to better selection while providing the necessary electronic energy. This pendulum is highly reliable and completely independent of the user.
The object of the invention is a-clock for all research in all branches of dowsing.
Various clocks that occur are all characterized by the fact that all their components are without dynamic action on our environment.
Only events beyond control and to any extent, and as rotations or oscillations are visible, but not measurable or comparable to the operator or witnesses of a search.
This gives rise, despite some successes, to endless and fruitless controversy because these clocks are inert.
The object of the present invention overcomes these disadvantages by providing the pendulum of a radio receiver, also producing the electricity needed to operate both daylight and artificial light.
This receiver has a tuning circuit over a wide frequency band and various organs miniaturized electronic nature, also producing the electric current required to operate them, both natural light and artificial light.
The object of the invention necessarily includes a receiver tuned to a broad band of frequencies determined by experiment and calculation.
This receiver has several floors of amplification allows both detection and resonance.
Such a circuit will not be described as familiar to all technicians.
A first patent had already elements and purpose of one invention that this patent does not change, either in its purpose or in its basic structure.
But note that the miniaturization allow to use special products, in small amounts, but significant, which is never found in normal integrated circuits.
These chemical constituents are organic products that facilitate both the detection of waves from organic bodies, such as the brain, and are generally found in the family of various hydrocarbons.
The accompanying drawings show, for example, an embodiment of the invention.
Fig.1 in the A is the lower part of the pendulum B translucent plastic, which encloses the electronic circuit can accommodate C.0n O nucleus of a soft iron.
Freeze is the one type of a conventional circuit diagram with the conventional amplifiers receptor organs without power source.
This device provides, first, improving multiply by two million sensibxlité the early achievements.
The pendulum is again able to detect waves whose 1> amplitude of less than ten picovolts.
Made of or the extreme sensitivity of the device was able to increase the capacity of the frequency band in the ratio of three to one.
The spreading of the band may further-much better selection of waves captured, which are maintained and unamortized nature, which ensures the rejection of unwanted frequencies, and makes the results more reliable.
The structure of the integrated circuit allows for optical coupling with other devices.
This optical coupling can also provide electrical energy that is necessary to one power of transitive circuit.
To use the pendulum is hung by flexible wire E.
The object of the invention is used in all cases to use the pendulum dowsing described remplagant remarkably inert dewlap straight through the reception with remarkable finesse of the new body were mentioned.
This avoids misinterpretation of micro-perviennent signals to the operator.
PENDULUMS FOR RADIESTHESIA OR WATER DIVINING
I, JEAN BORGNI, a French citizen of 4 Rue Xavier de Maistre, 06100 Nice, France, a French citizen, do hereby declare the invention, for which I pray that a patent may be granted to me, and the method by which it is to be performed, to be particularly described in and by the following statement:
The invention relates to pendulums used in the various areas of radiesthesia: water divining, finding creatures (living or dead) and articles, and medical and parapsychological investigations. Various improvements have been made to inert pendulums of all kinds. In particular, some have been equipped with means for amplifying the waves received, so eliminating regrettable errors. However, the amplification is not selective, and this causes difficulties for the operator.
To overcome these disadvantages the invention proposes that every device, with or without amplifying means, should be preceded by a sensor tuned to a frequency band encompassing the frequency of the subject of the investigations. This sensor, or antenna or scanner is followed by a conventional detecting device which can generally be followed by two electronic amplification stages comprising field effect transistors, as found commercially. The sensor will be set to select between 500 and 600 MHz. In this way the user of the pendulum receives not a confused mass of signals, but only those relevant to his investigation.
Thus according to the present invention there is provided a pendulum capable of detecting very small electric currents and adapted for use in radiesthesia or waterdivining, which comprises a pendulum bob and a thread or wire by means of which the pendulum bob is adapted to be suspended, characterised in that the pendulum bob contains an electronic circuit capable of selectively detecting radiation in which the bob is suspended thus to increase the discrimination of the pendulum, said circuit comprising a turned detector circuit adapted to detect radiation in the 500 to 600 MHz, followed by an amplifier stage.
A device embodying the invention will now be described, by way of example, with reference to the accompanying drawings.
Fig. 1 shows a cross-section through the pendulum, and
Fig 2 is a circuit diagram of the detector, which is energised by a small battery.
A cavity or shell A in the bottom of the pendulum houses the battery B, for reasons of gravitational balance. The upper body part C of the pendulum contains an entry at the top for a suspending thread or wire D, which effects operation of a switch E (not shown in Fig 2) so that the battery does not supply current unless the pendulum is suspended, which connects F, G. The tuned detector-sensor assembly is shown installed at H but the miniaturised circuit (Fig 2) cannot be shown in the sectional drawing (Fig 1).
The detector-sensor assembly H comprises a circuit arrangement of a sensor coil S, capacitors C1, C2, C3, C4, resistors R1, R2, R3, R4, field effect transistor T and diodes D1, D2, connected as shown in Fig 2 and tuned to the desired selection frequency in the range 500 to 600 MHz.
The sensor coil S may be subject to the effect of the earth's magnetic field only, but alternatively a controllable influence may be exerted by means of a diamagnetic mass or body I. The drawing does not show the amplifying means, if any, since this may be conventional; in one such embodiment a system employing two field effect transistor stages is employed for amplification purposes.
The invention can be applied wherever conventional pendulums are used, and it replaces these in a remarkable fashion, eliminating errors in the interpretation of signals.
A new or improved apparatus for use in the study and practice of radiesthesia
Apparatus for use in radiesthesia comprises a light source 2, a collinating quartz rod 5 directing light therefrom on to a slit 6 whence it is divided by a prism system 11 into a spectrum focused on a projection screen 1 inclined to the direction of the beam, and a holder 8 for specimen slides 10. The screen 1 is calibrated according to the Turenne, Lesourd or other radiesthesia rule and the spectrum produced by the specimen e.g. blood or urine, is visible on the screen. The apparatus may be combined with other apparatus used in radiesthesia e.g. that described in Specification 515,866.
I, DOUGLAS WALTER ATKINSON, a British Subject, of " Hildaslea," Angmering, Sussex, do hereby declare the nature of this invention to be as follows:
In the study and practice of Radiesthesia, which is based on observation of effects produced by radiant energy emitted by the human body, various forms of apparatus have been used to locate physiological defects, diseased tissue, to determine the general state or health, and so on of patients under observation.
One particular appliance which is used in this field is known as the Turenne Rule and comprises a linear scale which is marked at intervals representing critical wave-lengths of radiant energy corresponding to different physiological components or groups of organs of the human body. A similar appliance has been evolved by Lesourd for the same purpose.
An object of this invention is to provide a new or improved apparatus for visually reproducing the effects of the radiant energy of the various parts of the body, my invention being based on the discovery that the wave-length of this energy has some relationship to the effect produced on a beam of light by a sample of blood or other matter taken from the patient's body.
The apparatus according to this invention comprises a projection surface or plate of frosted glass or other rigid material etched or otherwise marked with divisions or other markings corresponding to the Turenne or Lesourd Rule, a light source mounted for producing a beam whose axis is transverse to the plane of said plate, a crystal prism arranged in front of said light source and adapted to break up the beam therefrom and project its spectrum on to said plate, an aperture-provided screen between said light source and prism, and a holder for the introduction of one or more slides into the path of the beam from said light source to the prism.
The light source may be an electric lamp bulb or other suitable element and is preferably arranged within a closed housing, the light being able to pass out from this housing through a quartz rod which serves to direct a pencil of light, provided with an ultra violet component, in the required direction towards the prism.
To enable the light beam, which is refracted by passage through the prism, to register with the desired range of the projection surface, the housing and/or the quartz rod thereof may be mounted so as to be angularly movable to vary the angle which the light pencil emergent therefrom initially makes with the projection surface. Alternatively, or in addition, the prism itself may be mounted in the apparatus so as to be rotatable for adjusting the position of the refracted beam in relation to the projection surface. Again, the prism and/or the light source may be mounted for movement towards or away from one another.
With these aids, the parts can be adjusted until the correct "focus') on the projection surface is obtained, with the visible spectrum extending between the Turenne markings 5 to 80. Suitable clamping devices are provided for securing the parts in their appropriately-adjusted positions.
The screen between the light source and prism is preferably provided with a narrow slot for the passage of light rays, and this screen can also be adjustable to compensate for adjustment of the light source or prism
The holder previously referred to prefer ably is in the form of a frame, e.g., of rectangular shape, furnished with perimetrical grooves for receiving and retaining one or more slides.
The whole apparatus is preferably so arranged that the projection plate is horizontally-disposed, the operator then observing this plate from above, i.e., from the opposite side from the light-source and prism. With such an arrangement, the use of material such as frosted glass is preferred for the plate, the markings being made on the upper side of the plate. It will be apparent, however, that other arrangements- are possible within the scope of this invention, and that the light source and prism could be located above the plate, or the plate could be disposed with its projection surface in a vertical plane.
In using the apparatus described, a sample of the patient's blood or other matter, e.g., urine is placed between the two slides and these are then inserted in the holder so as to be at right angles to the light beam from the sourer. This produces a characteristic change in the spectrum indicated on the projection surface or plate and provides useful medical evidence.
The apparatus which I have devised can be used on its own for observation or testing purposes, or can be combined with other apparatus at present in use in Radiesthesia; for instance it may be incorporated with electronic apparatus, used in Radiesthesia, for example, the so-called Drown or Delawarr apparatus.
In the study and practice of Radiesthesia, which is based on observation of effects produced by radiant energy emitted by the human body and other forms of matter, various forms of apparatus have been used to indicate physiological conditions, diseased tissue, to determine the general state of health, and so on of patients under observation.
One particular appliance which is used in this field is known as the Turenne Rule and comprises a linear scale which is marked at intervals representing critical wave-lengths of such radiant energy, see for example page 113 of "Les mineraux, Les andes des formes geometriques, etc.," by Turenne, 1935 Edition. Similar appliances have been evolved by Lesourd (see e.g., page 44 of "Vie Maladies Radiations," by G. Lesourd, 1937 Edition) and by others for the same purpose. These rules are generally used in conjunction with a swinging pendulum for carrying out the requisite tests.
An object of this invention is to provide a new or improved apparatus for indicating the radiant energy of the various parts of the body, my invention being based on the discovery that the wave-length of this energy has some relationship to the effect produced on a beam of light by a sample of blood or other matter taken from the patient's body.
The apparatus according to this invention comprises a projection surface, e.g., a plate, of frosted glass or other rigid material which is etched or otherwise furnished with divisions or other markings corresponding to the Turenne, Lesourd, or other Rules used in Radiesthesia, a light source, means for directing a light beam, from said source, in a direction inclined to the plane of said surface, an optical system arranged in the path of said light beam and adapted to break the latter up and project its spectrum on said surface, an aperture-provided screen associated with said optiCal system, and a holder for the introduction of one or more slides into the path of the ~ light beam, whereby the latter, after passage through said slide or slides and said optical system, will be projected on to said surface.
The light source may be an electric lamp bulb or other suitable element and is preferably arranged within a closed housing which prohibits the issuance of light except through a quartz rod which serves to direct a pencil of light, provided with an ultra violet component, in the required direction towards the optical system.
The optical system will be appropriately constructed so that the light beam, after dispersion by the system, will register with the desired range of the projection surface. To this end the system will comprise a plurality of crystal prisms. The housing and/or the quartz rod thereof may be mounted for adjustment to vary the distance between the housing and the optical system.
The aperture in the screen between the light source and prism is preferably in the form of a slot of adjustable width for the passage of the light rays.
The holder can also be adjustable to compensate for adjustment of the light source and permit correct focusing of the light beam on the projection surface.
Parts of one form of apparatus according to the present invention are diagammatically illustrated in side view in the single figure of the accompanying drawing.
In this drawing, 1 denotes a plate of frosted glass representing the projection surface. This plate 1 is horizontally disposed in a casing which, for convenience, has not been illustrated, and the plate is provided on its upper surface with graduated, etched markings corresponding to those on the Turenne Rule. These markings are actually furnished on the horizontal upper surface of the plate 1.
The light source consists of an electric lamb bulb 2 mounted in a socket 3 which is connected to a source of current in conventional fashion. The lamp 2 is arranged in a housing 4 of rectangular prismatic form the walls of which are closed and coated with darkening material so as to prohibit the emergence of light, except through a quartz rod 5 which passes through the front wall of tile housing. The rod 5 is so directed that the light pencil which issues from this rod has its axis directed obliquely to the plane of the plate 1. Mounted next to the housing 4 is a holder 8 having a peripheral channel 9 for receiving and locating a pair of quartz glass plates or slides 10 between which the sample to be tested is smeared.
After passage through the plates 10, the light pencil reaches an optical system 11 which serves to disperse the beam and cast it on to the under surface of the plate 1.
The system 11 is provided with a support 12 which also carries a pair of shutters or slides 7 which are mounted on the support 12 for movement towards or away from each other to vary the width of a slot 6 between them. This permits adjustment of the width of the light beam reaching the optical system 11.
The optical system 11 is diagrammatically shown as comprising three quartz prisms 13, 14 and 15, these being so selected and arranged that the light beam, after refraction and dispersion by the passage therethrough, will be projected on to the plate 1 over the appropriate range. In the visible spectrum, this will extend from the marking 13, representing red, to the markings 78 to 80. representing the violet component.
To assist in the initial " focusing," provision is made for adjustment of the respective distances apart of the optical system 11, the holder 8, and the housing 4 and its quartz rod 5. To these several ends, set screws 16 passing through slots 17 in flanges 18 and 19, on the holder 8 and the housing 4 respectively, permit adjustment of these components of the apparatus in the direction of the light beam.
With these aids, the components can be adjusted until the correct " focus " on the projection surface is obtained, with the visible spectrum extending between the Turenne markings 5 to 80.
As indicated by the drawing, the whole apparatus is preferably so arranged that the projection plate 1 is horizontally-disposed, the operator then observing this plate from above, i.e. from the opposite side from the light-source and prism. It will be apparent, however, that other arrangements are possible within the scope of this invention, and that the light source and prism could be located abore the plate, or the plate could be disposed with its projection surface in a vertical plane.
In using the apparatus described, a sample of the patient's blood or other matter, e.g. urine, is placed between the two slides 10 and these are then inserted in tile holder S so as to be at right angles to the light beam from the source. This produces a characteristic change in the spectrum indicated on the projection plate 1 and provides useful medical evidence.
The apparatus which I have devised can be used on its own for observation or testing purposes, or can be combined will other apparatus at present in use in Radiesthesia : for instance it may be incorporated with electronic apparatus used in Radiesthesia, for example the so-called Drown apparatus (see British Patent No. 515,S66). Again the apparatus can be used in conjunction with the pendulum testing method.
Tensor to be used in radionics, made of fiber glass or carbon fibers with wooden handle
The new design of a tensor is a dowsing rod for single-handed use, assembled of a wooden handle (1), a fiber glass stick (2), a wooden cone (3), and a cover of polycarbonate (4). The traditional version is made of copper, brass, stainless steel, or wood causing a deviation of the acquired data because of the specific qualities of the material. The author Paul Schmidt relates the expansive forces of the vital energy of an individual to the negative influences of metal, which shall be excluded by the use of fiber glass or carbon fibers for the production of the new design of a tensor.
 The invention relates to a tensor is constructed such that metallic valuable materials are not necessary.
 The tensor or the single-handed rod is a commonly known in radionics device, be carried out with the measurements.
 For this device different metallic and non-metallic materials are used, such as copper alloys, brass, stainless steel, plastics and wood. The DE 201 05 120 U1 discloses such a construction.
 As a result, that is just not always achieved or distorted by metallic materials the intended purpose, which can lead to an optimal testing does not occur or will be missed.
 As a system image 1 - 2 - 3 from the book by Paul Schmidt - Symphony of life forces the negative influences of metal are shown.
 Figure 1 - shows no metal influences a life force of about 1.5 m
 Figure 2 - shows with a metal chain - Item 1 - a life force of approximately 0.75 m
 Figure 3 - shows with metal chain - Item 1 - and metal bracelet - Pos 2, only 0.50 m
 Figure 4 shows a metal-free tensor.
The object of the invention
 The object of the invention is to propose a device which is adapted to reduce the interference by metals in the testing.
These tasks  achieved by the use of non-metallic materials such as carbon and glass fiber rods.
List of Reference Numerals
1 Wood Handle
2 fiberglass rod
3 wooden cone (oscillating body)
4 Cases of polycarbonate
Material for protection against radiation, detected by practitioners of elementals dowsing and radionics and radiesthetics
Material for shrouding against radiation is a sheet or film or board, with two or more layers, where each layer is composed of natural or synthetic rubber or their mixtures. The layers are stretched before bonding together in one or more direction by 5-40% of their length for a period of 0.1-2.5 hours. The natural rubber in each separate layer is a cis 1,4 unsaturated polymer or trans 1,4 gutta-percha. Material for shrouding against radiation is a sheet or film or board, with two or more layers, where each layer is composed of natural or synthetic rubber or their mixtures. The layers are stretched before bonding together in one or more direction by 5-40% of their length for a period of 0.1-2.5 hours. The natural rubber in each separate layer is an unsaturated polymer with fundamental units with rubber in the cis-1.4 configuration or gutta-percha in the trans-1.4 configuration.
 The present invention relates to a device for shielding from radiation, especially of interference with the features stated in the preamble of the protective claim 1.
 Under the technical term "interference" refers mainly physically not properly measurable, possibly biological effects causing radiation, such as the emanations of geodetic areas of irritation, power lines, water lines, metal deposits, oil deposits, electronic or electrical devices, equipment and machinery as well as all other detectable radiation of diviners.
 These detectable by diviners and dowsers radiation can possibly exert adverse effects on human or animal organisms or organisms.
 From the Austrian Patent AT 397 346 B is an arrangement for protection against terrestrial radiation and to shield earth radiation emerges.
 This known arrangement for screening earth radiation comprises a coil having one end connected to an outlet of the ground line is connected, while the other end is connected through an intermediate metal foil, for example, on the wall or the floor to the ground potential.
 This known device for screening of terrestrial radiation is therefore particularly disadvantageous because they contact the ground wire to an electrical outlet requires a life-threatening manipulating a socket and their use is therefore dangerous, inconvenient and associated with a considerable design effort and craftsmanship.
 The Austrian Patent AT 409 930 B discloses a system for manipulation of the metal films, the influence of this arrangement with metal foils are used to shield from EMI.
 This from the Austrian Patent AT 409 930 B known arrangement also includes a coil, one end of which is connected to the ground wire in a socket connection and is spaced only slightly from the neutral conductor and phase of this outlet.
 The other end of the coil is connected there to a metal foil which is the other side to a container of "right-handed" water connection.
 [By "right-handed water" is there understood the technical term used by rod-goers and sensitive people. "Right Turn water" occurs in nature and can be identified by diviners and dowsers.
 The coil and the dextrorotatory water appear there at least three hours to the intermediate metal foil and metal foil are like this, the suppressive or the interference-suppressing properties lend.
 This from the Austrian Patent AT 409 930 B known device is also already so extremely disadvantageous because it making contact with the ground wire an electrical outlet requires a life-threatening manipulating an AC outlet and their use is therefore dangerous, complicated and with a considerable design and craftsmanship effort.
 The object of the present invention is therefore to provide a device for shielding from radiation, especially by diviners and dowsers detectable interference, which does not require a lethal tampering with an electrical outlet whose use is fast, simple and completely harmless and also people without knowledge in the field of Electrical and without distinctive craftsmanship is open and which is not associated with a distinct design effort and also has radiesthetically detectable, excellent anti-jamming or interference-suppressing properties, thus reducing the effects of interference on humans and / or animals be minimized or turned off, and where such protection is particularly intense and very long lasting.
 According to the invention this object is achieved by a generic device by the features specified in the characterizing part of the protective claim 1.
 Particularly preferred embodiments are the subject matter of the dependent claims.
 As a rule, the inventive device for shielding radiation from a two-or multi-layer sheet, foil, film or plate-like structure.
 Each individual layer can be, for example, synthetic rubber or natural rubber or latex or rubber, or mixtures thereof.
 Preferably, for each individual layer is a layer stretching.
 The stretch film may for example be stretched before its connection with its vertically adjacent single layer in one or more directions in the range of 5 to 40% of its length uniaxially, biaxially or multi-axially, preferably in the range of 7% to 30% of their length, in particular in the range of 8% to 25% of its length.
 In general, the apparatus of the invention for shielding is formed such that the individual layers for a period ranging from 0.1 hours to 2.5 hours, preferably in the range of 0.2 hours to 2.0 hours, in particular in range of from 0.3 hours to 1.5 hours have undergone stretching.
 The adjacent individual layers may have a right angle or an acute angle or an obtuse angle aligned stretching directions. Preferably, the stretching directions of vertically adjacent individual layers are aligned with each other at right angles.
 Alternatively, it may be comprising the inventive device for shielding radiation by a stretching apparatus in which two or more individual layers which after the combination of their individual layers together in one or more directions of stretching in the range from 5 to 40% of its length monoaxially, biaxially or multiaxially undergoes stretching, preferably in the range of 7% to 30% of their length, in particular in the range from 8% to 25% of its length.
 As a rule, the individual plies of a plurality of, multi-layer device according to the invention for screening then the stretching, for example for a period in the range of 0.1 hours to 2.5 hours, preferably in the range of 0.2 hours to 2.0 hours, in particular in the range of 0.3 hours to 1.5 hours exposure.
 Also in this case, the stretching directions may be perpendicular or at an acute angle or an obtuse angle to each other. Preferably, the two or more directions of stretching are then aligned substantially perpendicular to each other.
 A particular advantage of the inventive device for shielding radiation lies in its thinness and the related outstanding handling.
 For example, each individual layer has a thickness ranging from 0.1 mm to 2.0 mm, preferably in the range of 0.2 mm to 1.5 mm, in particular from 0.25 mm to 1.0 mm having.
 The total thickness of the inventive multi-layer device for shielding of radiation, for example in the range from 0.3 mm to 5 mm, preferably in the range of 0.4 mm to 4 mm, in particular from 0.5 mm to 3 mm lie.
 The length and the width of the inventive multi-layer device for shielding of radiation, for example in the range from 0.5 cm to 3.5 m, preferably in the range of 1.0 cm to 3.0 m, in particular from 1.5 cm to 2.5 m lie.
 The length and the width of the multilayer device according to the invention may be the same or different.
 In particularly preferred embodiments of the inventive device for shielding radiation, the nature of each individual layer, for example, rubber, an unsaturated polymer (polyisoprene) with
 as the repeating units be that (rubber) or is present in the cis-1 ,4-configuration, in the trans-1 ,4-configuration (gutta percha).
 The synthetic rubber which may be included in the inventive device for shielding radiation can for example be selected from the group of acrylate rubber, polyester-urethane rubber, brominated butyl rubber, polybutadiene, chlorinated butyl rubber, chlorinated polyethylene, epichlorohydrin (homopolymer) polychloroprene, sulfurized polyethylene, ethylene acrylate rubber, epichlorohydrin (copolymers), sulfur cross-linked ethylene-propylene terpolymers, peroxide crosslinked ethylene-propylene copolymers, polyether-urethane rubber, ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, fluoro rubber, fluoro silicone rubber hydrogenated nitrile rubber, vinyl-containing butyl rubber, dimethylpolysiloxane, nitrile rubber having a low ACN content, medium ACN content or high ACN content, natural rubber (synthetic polyisoprene), thioplasts, Polyfluorphosphazene, polynorbornene, styrene-butadiene rubber, or carboxyl group-containing natural rubber or mixtures thereof, comprising.
 A particular advantage of the inventive multi-layer device for shielding radiation is the fact that their molecules or molecules of each individual stretch film may be longitudinally oriented by drawing in the direction of stretching, so that each single layer of the inventive multi-layer device or the multi-layer with respect to the apparatus itself optionally may come to be reduced or the function of a filtering and / or absorbing device for eliminating polarization interference.
 In preferred embodiments of the inventive device for shielding radiation, one or more individual layers which comprise one or more pigments, organic or inorganic dyes, lithopone, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, chromium compounds or its compounds or mixtures thereof.
 The two or more individual layers of the inventive multilayer device for shielding radiation can be irreversibly connected to one another through a vulcanization process.
 Alternatively, the two or more individual layers can be reversibly releasably connected with each other.
 For this purpose, two or more individual layers can be brought reversibly example by Velcro fasteners, magnets, buttons, or a zip fastener with each other.
 In the inventive multilayer device to be reduced, to filter or even completely shielded against radiation, it is preferably detectable by diviners and / or dowsers interference which or from water veins, power lines, electrical or electronic devices, equipment and machinery geodesic emanating from areas of irritation.
 In particularly preferred embodiments, the inventive device for complete or partial shielding particular interference one or more port facilities or port areas for one or more electrically conductive, temporarily or permanently attachable, can be clamped, anchored, or other connections to one or more metal plates, metal vessels or containers.
 Preferably, in these metal plates or metal containers or containers in these one or more identical or different gems or minerals be provided.
 These gems or minerals can for example be selected from the group consisting of agate, adularia, African jade, actinolite, alexandrite, almandine, Amazonite, Amethyst, Ametrine, Amorspfeil, amphibole, andalusite, Andenopal, andradite, anhydrite, stibnite, Apache Tears , Apatite, Apophyllite, apricot agate, aquamarine, aragonite, Astrophyllite, eye agate, augite, Australian rhyolite, Australit, Aventurine, Azurite, azure-malachite, carnelian, barite, Bediasit, rock crystal, amber, beryl, Billitonit, biotite, Bixbite, Blue John , Bloodstone, Bohemian garnet, bornite, Botswana Agate, Boulder Opal, brazilianite, Bronzite, Bytownite, calcite, Cavansite Chalcedony Chalcedonrose, chiastolite, Chloropal, chrome diopside, chrysoberyl, chrysocolla, peridot, Chrysopal, chrysoprase, citrine, celestite, cordierite, covellite, kyanite, Cymophan, demantoid, Dendritenachat, Dendritenchalcedon, Dendritopal, Diamond, Diopside, Dioptase, kyanite, dolomite, dravite, Dumortierite, opal, iron pebbles, iron meteorite, iron, quartz, elbaite, enstatite, epidote, eudialyte, Euclase, Hawkeye, Television stone, fire agate, fire opal, flint, Fleischopal, flint, fluorite, fossilized tree resin, peace agate, Fuchsite, jet, galena, Girasol, gold, garnet, grossular, hematite, halite, Heliodorus, heliotrope, Herkimer Quartz, Herman Over balls, Hessonite, Hiddenite, Holzopal, Hornstein, howlite, Hyalite, Hyacinth, Imperial, Indicolite, Indochinit, Iolite, Irgisit, Icelandic lime, Ivorit, jadeite, jargon, Jasper, Javait, carnelian, Kascholong, cassiterite, silica wood, coral, Kunzite, copper, Kupferchalcedon , azurite, labradorite, Lace Agate, Picture Jasper, Lapis Lazuli, Larimar Lazurite, Lazulite, Living Stones, Leopardenjaspis, lepidolite, Libyan glass, Liddicoatite, limonite, magnesite, magnetite, mahogany obsidian, malachite, Manganocalcit, marcasite, Maramures Diamond , Matura diamond, Melanite, meteorites, microcline, milk opal, milky quartz, moldavite, moonstone, Mookaite, moss agate, Moosopal, Moqui Marbles Morganite, Morion, muscovite, jade, obsidian, oligoclase, olivine, onyx, opal, orthoclase, Padparadscha, Pectolite, peridot, pearls, Petalite, phantom quartz, Philip Init, Pietersite, plagioclase, plasma, platinum, pleonaste, Popjaspis, porcellanite, prase, Prasopal, Purpurite, Pyknit, pyrite, pyromorphite, pyrope, quartz, quartz cat's eye, quartz substances, smoky quartz, active arc obsidian, rhodochrosite, Rhodolite, Rhodonite, Rhyolite, Rizalit, Rose Quartz, Rubellite, Ruby, Rutile, Rutile Quartz, Sagenit, sapphire, carnelian, onyx, snowflake obsidian, black tourmaline, black opal, sulfur, selenite, septaria, serpentine, siderite , silver, skeletal quartz, emerald, Smithsonite, Sodalite, Sunstone, Spectrolite, spessartine, sphalerite, Shen, spinel, spodumene, Starlit, staurolite, rock salt, star agate, star sapphire, bulls eye, Sugilite, Tanzanite, Tektite, Thulite, Tiger Eye, Tiger Iron, titanite , Topaz, Topaz Imperial, debris Agate, Tsavorite, charoite, Turquoise, Turitella Agate, Tourmaline, Tourmaline, ulexite, unakite, Uvite, Uvarovite, Vanadinite, variscite, Venus Hair, verdelite, Petrified wood, vivianite, volcanic glass, Wachsopal, Watermelon tourmaline, Wavellite, wolframite, cloud agate, Worobjewit, Wulfenite, zircon and zoisite or mixtures thereof comprises.
 The direct or indirect connection between the novel multi-layer device for shielding radiation on the one hand and one or more gemstones or minerals on the other hand can cause to the so-called chakra teachers and according to gemstone therapy, the energy of gems or minerals the inventive multilayer device for shielding passes and the inventive multilayer device is therefore also applicable to the gemstone therapy or after the chakra teachers.
 In particularly preferred embodiments of the inventive multi-layer device for shielding particular interference can or metal containers, metal plates or containers for gemstones and minerals with the multilayer device for shielding or with the individual layers prior to bonding to one another over a period, for example, in range of from 0.1 hours to 5.0 hours, preferably in the range of 0.2 hours to 4.0 hours, in particular in the range of 0.3 hours to 3.0 hours, and temporarily reversibly directly or indirectly connected to one another be brought.
 The inventive multi-layer device for shielding in particular interference, for example in the form of a bed pad, a covering for a housing of an electronic or electrical device, an anti-slip mat of sound insulation, a wallpaper, a sheet or in the form of a small fibers (lint) receiving device shaft be designed for apparel or pet care.
 If, for example, for laying or for assembly purposes is required, the inventive multi-layer device for partial or complete shielding particular interference for reinforcing carbon fibers, plastic fibers, natural fibers or glass fibers in a separate backing layer or in individual layers, or between the individual layers may comprise.
 In summary, it should be noted that due to the inventive device in particular for EMI shielding of a hitherto absolutely required, lethal manipulation of a socket is no longer required for the first time.
 The use of the inventive device, for example, by putting under the protected object or wrapping the interference-emitting object is very fast and simple and also completely harmless.
Even people without knowledge in the field of Electrical and without strong technical skills can bring to use the apparatus of the invention.
 A further significant advantage of the inventive device is that it requires no design effort.
 It is particularly advantageous in the case of the present invention means that it has excellent, radiesthetically detectable anti-jamming or interference-suppressing properties.
Fluid transformation using a tachyon beam
Apparatus 1 for the transformation of fluids, particularly water, comprises a generally ovoid container made primarily of copper. Preferably, the internal fluid-contacting surface of the container has a silver coating. The container may be substantially free of ferrous metal and can comprise two half shells 2, 3. A method of positioning the apparatus comprises the steps of divining, preferably by dowsing, the location and orientation of a tachyon beam 8 striking the earth and subsequently positioning the apparatus within the tachyon bean. The major axis 11 of the apparatus can be oriented at an angle of between 15 and 20Â DEG to the angle of the tachyon beam, whilst the centre of gravity of the apparatus may be located at a height of between 50 and 75 cm from the surface 10 of the earth. A method of treating water by placing the water in such a positioned apparatus is claimed, wherein the apparatus is left in position for at least a day. The use of such treated water in medicine, particularly for relief of the symptoms of diarrhoea, malaria or HIV infection is also claimed.
Field of the Invention
The invention relates to methods and apparatus for the transformation of fluids, especially water. Fluids so transformed may be used as part of a treatment or prophylaxis regime for a range of disorders.
The treatment of disease and other malaise in humans, and in animals, is complex, and therc are many thcrapeutic regimens that prove effective although their mode of action is unknown. In some cases, such as homeopathy, the results obtained appear to be at odds with established scientific principles. It is undoubted that many patients value the effect that homeopathic treatments have on their conditions, and it is demonstrable that homeopathy is practiced by many scientifically-qualified medical practitioners as an adjunct to their more conventional (in the context of developed Western Medicine) treatments. The prevailing view amongst the established scientific community is that any benefits of such treatment must be the result of a placebo effect. Other commentators posit alternative explanations, e.g. based upon hitherto unknown properties of water.
Whatever the truth about these treatments may turn out to be, such interventions are widely practiced, not only by independent practitioners, but also by national heath services in many countries, including the National Health Service in the United Kingdom.
A body of expertise has been developed over the years, and methodologies for the practice of the therapy and the production of the therapeutic materials used are well developed, documented and repeatable.
Within the context of conventional Western medicine also, there are drugs in common usage whose mechanism of action is unknown, and many whose efficacy is still a matter of debate, but which nonetheless find widespread usage.
There are also many methodologies (both in the healthcare context and elsewhett) undertaken by practitioners who seem to posscss a desirable capability, but which othcr people find hard, if not impossible, to master. Such people may be described as gifted, talented, or merely skilled; but whatever the words chosen they, and others like them, Is appear to be able to perform tasks that others cannot.
The inventor has a desire to both protect and share the present invention with the world.
Methodologies for transforming water will be described in a way which will enable reproduction by others skilled in the relevant art. Apparatus used in the method will also be described that can be readily reproduced. Water transfbmied by the methods and apparatus described herein may be used in a trealment or prophylactic regimen, and results from confidential trials will be presented to demonstrate its effect.
Summary of thc Invention
Accordingly, the invention provides, in a first aspect, apparatus for transforming fluids, particularly water, comprising a generally ovoid container and being made primarily of copper. Preferably, said copper is between 1 and 3 mm thick most preferably approximately 2mm thick.
More preferably, the internal fluid-contacting surface of said container is coated with silver, and more preferably still, said container is substantially free of ferrous metal.
In any apparatus of the first aspect it is preferred that said container has a volume of between I and S litres, and preferably approximately 2.25 litres.
In any apparatus of the first aspect it is preferred that said container comprises two half shells. This facilitates manufacture, and provides access to the interior of the container for cleaning.
It is further preferred that said apparatus further comprises valve means providing controllable fluid communication between the interior and exterior of the container. In prefeffed embodiments, an inlet and an outlet valve is provided, each located on respective halves of a two part container.
In a second aspect, the invention provides a method of positioning apparatus according to the first aspect comprising the steps of: divining the location and orientation of a tachyon beam striking the Earth; and positioning said apparatus within said taehyon beam. Said divination is preferably carried out by dowsing, and more preferably by use of a dowsing pendulum.
Preferably said method further comprises the step of orienting the major axis of said apparatus at an angle of between 15 and 200 to the angle of the taehyon beam, and more preferably at about 170 to the beam.
More preferably the method of the second aspect further comprises the step of locating the centre of gravity of said apparatus at a height of between 50 and 75cm from the surface of the Earth. Most preferably said apparatus is positioned at a height of approximately 63 cm from the surface of the Earth.
In a third aspect, the invention provides a method of treating water comprising the steps of instilling said water into apparatus according to any apparatus of the first aspect; positioning said apparatus according to a method of the second aspect; and leaving said apparatus in substantially the same position for a period of at least 1 day.
Preferably said apparatus is left in position for between 2 and 3 days.
Also included within the scope of the invention is apparatus for transforming fluids substantially as described herein with reference to and as illustrated by any appropriate combination of the accompanying drawings.
Also included within the scope of the invention is a method of positioning apparatus for transforming fluids, said method being substantially as described herein with reference to and as illustrated by any appropriate combination of the accompanying drawings.
Also included within the scope of the invention is a method of treating water substantially as described herein with reference to and as illustrated by any appropriate combination of the accompanying drawings.
In a fourth aspect, the invention provides the use of water transformed by a method according to the second aspect of the invention, in medicine.
More preferably, said use comprises use for the reliefof symptoms of diarrhoea, malaria or HP! infection.
In any use herein, it is preferred that said treated water is used within three days of transformation, and immediately the dose is removed from the apparatus.
Brief Description of the Drawings
The invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which: Figures 1 and 2 illustrate, in schematic cross-sectional form, apparatus of the present invention; Figure 3 illustrates the positioning of apparatus of the present invention within a tachyon beam; and Figures 4-6 show the effect of water treated according to the present invention on volunteers having FIIV infection.
Description of Prcfcrred Embodimcnts
The invention has its origin in a discovery by the inventor that there are regions in the world where an unexpected dowsing response maybe obtained, having the form of an elliptical shape on the ground. Dowsing is a skill that has been practiced over many years, and has found application in many fields including, and perhaps most common in the public perception, the discovery of water sources. However, dowsing (a form of divination) may, by concentration of the dowser, be used to answer other questions as well as thosc relating to the prescncc or absence of water.
Practitioners of the art will have their own techniques and apparatus, often in the form of a pcndulum whosc swinging motion providcs the rcsponsc to the concentration poscd by the dowsing practitioner. For example, a clockwise rotation of a pendulim might (for a particular practitioner) indicate a positive response (e.g. "yes" to concentrated thought), an anticlockwisc motion indicating a negative response, and no rotation might indicate that there is no response, or the practitioner is not entitled to know the thought. Whatever the particular form of response, people skilled in the art of dowsing will know the response that is appropriate in their own practice, and will be able to find these dowsing response fields, Indeed, confidential trials carried out by the inventor with two other skillod dowsers confirmed that thcy were also ablc to detect the dowsing responsc field dcscribcd hcrcin.
The inventor believes that the response field is the result of a tachyon beam normally striking the Earth. Tachyons are believed to be subatomic particles that travel faster than light, a property that, of course, seems to challenge cunently established views of the physical world. However, recent experimental evidence from CERN (Organisaiion Européenne pour ía Recherche Nucléaire) appears to be consistent with neutrinos travelling faster than light, and this is receiving serious scientific scrutiny around the world. Whatever the outcome of those studies, and whatever the nature of the phenomenon causing the dowsing response field, it remains that it may be detected by a person ski lied in the art of dowsing. For the purpose of this application, we shall refer to the phenomenon as being caused by a contribution from a tachyon beam interacting with an earth force or forces. Should this turn out not to be the causal agent, the invention may still be worked as described.
The tachyon beam strikes the surface of the Earth at an angle of approximately 51[deg.] to the horizontal. The beam itself typically has a circumference of between 8.5 and 9 inches (ca. 21.6 to 22.9 cm), and results in an elliptical dowsing response field approximately S feet (ca. 2.4m) across at ground level. In the parlance of dowsing, as would be understood by a person skilled in the art, the tachyon beam has a positive dowsing response. The beam and the ovoid dowsing response field may be detected by divination with e.g. a pendulum or rods. A dowser may find the response field (and the orientation of the tachyon beam) by asking questions about the location of the beam perimeter and orientation, and seeking a response using their preferred dowsing apparatus.
There is an additional elliptical dowsing response field is also associated with a generally vertical beam emanating from the Earth. These Earthly beams have a negative character.
In some cases, the response field comprises four such Earthly beams, one from each of the cardinal points. In this case, it is common that the North (and West beams) have a positive character, the South (and East beams) being negative.
In further instances, the dowsing response field appears to be associated with two cosmic rays, one having a positive character, the other negative. The inventor has determined that the energy of the rays has an equivalence of approximately 153 Gd\'. This figure is within the range postulated for the mass equivalence of the Higgs Boson (having a mass equivalence range of between 115 and 185 GeV/c2), whose existence and characteristics are yet to be confirmed by conventional physics. This correlation might be coincidental, but it is nonetheless interesting, and might shed some light on the mechanism of action of the methods described herein.
The inventor has found that water, placed within a receptacle located within the tachyon beam, and orientated in a particular way, is transformed over time, typically over a period of one to three days. The transformation of the water may be detected by a change in the dowsing response to the water. The inventor has found that the optimum position for the receptacle is approximately 25 inches (ca. 63.5 cm) from the ground surface. The optimum orientation of the receptacle containing the water is to orient the major axis of the container at an angle of 19[deg.] to the tachyon beam, away from the horizontal, thereby assuming an orientation of approximately 700 from the horizontal. It might be coincidental, but 19[deg.] is approximately the value of Kelvin's Wedge, a well known phenomenon in fluid dynamics. Whether there is a mechanistic effect underlying this association is not relevant to the ability to position the container in the correct way.
Containers particularly suitable for the transformation process arc described herein.
Figure 1 illustrates, in schematic cross-section, apparatus particularly suitable for containing fluid (such as water) for treatment in a tachyon beam. The apparatus, generally indicated by 1, comprises an ovoid receptacle of approximately 2.25 litres capacity, and formed predominantly of copper, although other volume capacities are envisaged. For convenience in manufacturing, the container comprises an upper shell 2 and a lower shell 3, each having a flange portion 4 miming around the perimeter of the open end of the shells 2, 3. The shells may be formed by a copper spinning process and clamped together using the flanges 4 to form a watertight seal. The walls of each shell are approximately 2 mm thick.
In particularly preferred embodiments of the container, the inner surface 5 of the shells is coated with a layer of silver (not illustrated), for example by electroplating.
The container also comprises an inlet valve 6 to allow water to be introduced to the interior of the container, and an outlet valve 7 to allow treated water to be conveniently removed. The inlet valve 6 is located to one side, and near the top of the upper shell 2.
The outlet valve 7 is located centrally at the bottom of the lower shell 3.
Figure 2 illustrates, again in schematic cross-sectional form, the ovoid container of Figure 1 orientated at an angle 0 to the vertical. Like components are numbered accordingly. The angle 0 is measured between the major axis of the ellipse and a vertical datum.
Figure 3 illustrates, again in schematic cross-sectional form, apparatus of the present invention located within a tachyon beam. Like elements of the apparatus arc correspondingly numbered. In the diagram, the tachyon beam 8 is illustrated schematically by the two dashed lines 9A and 9B. The tachyon beam is shown to be orientated at an angle of DT to the horizontal ground level 10. The major axis 11 of the container is oriented at an angle e to the tachyon beam. The inventor has found that the tachyon beams generally subtend an angle of 510 to the horizontal (i.e. j = 510) optimum value for t, is approximately 19[deg.], making the angle between the major axis 11 of the container and the horizontal 7Ø0 The centre of gravity ofthe container is positioned at a height h above ground level 10.
An optimum height is approximately 25 inches (cci. 63.5 cm).
In order to treat water using the method of the invention, an elliptical dowsing response field is first detected by divination. To avoid erroneous effects, the location should be free of electrical interference such as oversailing power lines, metal fences, vibrating machinery and the like. The correct location is preferably determined using sense searching", aided by spinning hand-held pendulums, and the concentration of thc dowsing practitioner. As an aid to the dowsing practitioner, the pertinent locations are where one (or more) cosmic rays and Earth Rays coincide to produce a vortex to which they all contribute. The term "vortex" is not necessarily to be construed in the technical sense of spirally spinning fluid, but is more a wave property of the Cosmic and Earthly wave combination.
Once the tachyon beam is detected from the elliptical dowsing response field, the container is charged with water, and suspended within the tachyon beam at the required angle. Normal tap water may be used, and this is nominally positively charged, as determined by its dowsing response. When positioning the container, ferrous metals such as iron should be avoided as e.g. support materials. For example, no iron nails or fittings should be used.
The "concentration point" of the intersecting beams is "captured" within the copper egg-shaped vessel. The shape of the container (egg-shaped) confines the parameters of the trees and ensures that they are captured to mature. The maturing process (i.e. the transformation process) takes approximately two and a half days. When matured, the water is nominally negatively charged.
Use of the Transformed (Mature' Water Initially, the inventor was asked to supply water treated by the method and apparatus disclosed herein, referred to hereafter as "mature water", to see whether ft might have any Is effect on children suffering front diarrhoea, and!br whom no other treatment was available. Believing that, at wont, the mature water would do no harm to the children, the inventor agreed. One teaspoon (cxi. 5m1) of the mature water was given to each of 160 children on a daily basis in an orphanage in Zambia for whom diarrhoea was endemic.
The dosage had good results with a reduction of around 80% in the number of children afflicted, and over the subsequent two years there was little occurrence of diarrhoea in the orphanage school. Following repositioning of the vessel to a more effective location, the remaining 20% of children suffering from diarrhoea indicated it was no longer a problem and that thcir health had improvcd. It is believed that the potency of the water from the second location is that of 2.1 times.
At a later date time, the headmaster of the school contacted the inventor, explaining that he believed he had malaria. He was aware of the effect on the incidence of diarrhoea, and asked whether he could also take some of the water to see whether it had any effect. The inventor agreed, and requested to monitor the headmaster's blood stream, remotely, using so a dowsing technique. He obtained a numerical result from the dowsing activity and recorded it. The headmaster took one tablespoon (ca. 15 ml) of the mature water twice daily. Successive remote monitoring the headmaster's blood showed changes in the dowsing response and after two days the change in the response was particularly apparent.
The inventor contacted the headmaster who told him that he had had the best night's sleep for a long time, and that he felt much better. The headmaster was very grateful and believed that the mature water was the cause ofhis recovery.
The headmaster then asked whether he could give some of the mature water to a friend, a 66 year old lady, who was bedridden, and suffering from FIIV infection. She gave the inventor the consent to remotely monitor her by dowsing. In order to treat her, water obtained according to a further aspect of the invention was used. In this aspect it is envisaged that the water in the vessel is distributed in like manner to the inside of an egg.
Namely that there is a central volume of more effective water, typically around 4.2 times as potent as "normal" water, said central volume being surrounded by a layer of less potent, typically around 2.1 times as potent as "normal" water. Water of desired potency can be extracted using a syringe. After three days, the lady was able to stand, and after 97 days of treatment her disease appeared to be in remission. She consulted her local doctor who tested her immune system, and was very surprised by how strong it appeared to be.
The remote monitoring results, which monitored "excess positive ions", during this initial study showed the readings to be descending in a form closely resembling a logarithmic curve.
This is clearly not a controlled study, but prompted the inventor to allow further subjects with HIV infection to take the water. Again, the inventor had no reason to believe that the mature water could do any harm to the subjects, and no other medication available to them was withheld in the tests.
A number of other subjects took daily doses of the mature water, and the state of the blood was again monitored remotely by dowsing, on approximately a twice-daily basis.
Results from three of the subjects are presented in Figures 4-6. It can be seen that, in all cases, the remotely-dowsed state of the blood (presented graphically as a percentage excess of positive ions) changed dramatically, with the "excess ions" falling progressively over a period of approximately 10 days.
The data were collected remotely by dowsing, with no contact from the inventor to the subjects, or to the person overseeing the study. When collating and analysing the data, the inventor was surprised to see, in each case, that around six days into the treatment the excess positive ions fbr each subject appeared to increase for a short while, before returning to a continual decline towards a "normal" ionic balance. When this finding was related to the person overseeing the study, he revealed that that corresponded to a period when they had run out of the mature water, and so the treatment had been briefly suspended. This fact was unknown to the inventor (who carried out the remote monitoring) until the study was complete.
The subjects in the study reported improvements in their symptoms during the period of administration of the mature water.
APPARATUS FOR DETECTING NATURAL RESOURCES, NATURAL ASSETS, AND DETECTION METHOD.
The present invention refers to an apparatus and method for the detection of natural resources and assets, said device being formed by two hollow rods structured by a stopper (1) having an inner thread (2) which is threaded. The rod has an external thread (3) located at the inner portion (4) thereof, the rod being simultaneously formed by an upper end portion (5), which has an external thread (6) at the end portion thereof that is threaded to the inner thread (7) of the stopper (8). For instance: For dollars, a dollar note is located at the upper inner portion of each dowsing-rod (5), a stopper (8) being also located therein. For finding oil, crude oil is located at the upper portion of the dowsing-rods (5), a stopper (1) and (8) being previously located therein upon filling the rods for finding any material. For finding gold, approximately 10 g of gold are located at the upper portion of the rods (5) and subsequently threaded (6)(7) by locating the stopper (8) of each rod. The rods a re characterised in that they may be made of any material. For finding the natural resources and assets under the surface, the sections (3) of each rod are gripped with both hands, in such a manner that one rod is gripped by each hand, maintaining the sections (5) of each rod parallel to the ground, the rods spinning freely and indicating the displacing direction; if the sections (5) of each rod are slightly crossed while displacing, they indicate that the target is being reached, but when the sections (5) are completely crossed, they indicate the right place or area where the material is located, and according to the distance, the section (5) of the rods being raised indicating that the target is at a longer distance, obstacles not being an inconvenient for the accuracy of the place, either in land, sea or at distance. Hot water, cold water and oil are located approximately at 450 m, at an approximate distance of 400 m; the distance for founding gold, silver and metals depends on the amount thereof in the subsoil, which may be of from about 2 Km to about 3 Km and the depth being more than 450 m; in the ocean, the distance and depth depend on the amount, for example, in an area of 500 m2 the distance may be of about 4000 m and the depth of up to 1000 m.
Pendulum for use as compass for dowsing
The pendulum comprises an overhead wire (2) made of copper along with a common pendulum (1) made of common metal, which is connected at three interconnected metal rings (3,4,5) in freely movable manner. A holding unit is provided, which comprises a cord contactor (6,7) of the electric branch, in which a lower wire piece (8) is fixed at the lower wire connection of the cord contactor. The cord contactor is connected with a wrapping loop to the upper metal ring, such that an upper wire piece (9) is fixed to the upper wire connection.
 In the dowsing dowsing rods and pendulums are now mainly used as a tool for water lines to locate so-called interference fields of earth radiation or to get a mental commuting answers to various questions, such as personality traits, interpersonal relations, etc..
Subject of the invention is a pendulum which, although is also suitable for the above purposes, but mainly for the detection of electrical, electromagnetic and geomagnetic waves or Charges.
It is assumed here that all matter and all living things, including man, earth's magnetic charge has a specific quantity.
 For example, If you hold a regular pendulum above a ferromagnet, it beats at a north pole magnet first time in 120 turns to the left and then 120 times in right turns ..
In a magnetic south pole, it turns first to the right and then 120 times 120 times to the left.
This indicates that negative magnetic charge with links, plus magnetic charge will be displayed with right turns through the swing.
But the pendulum rotates about iron first 120 times 120 times to the left and then to the right.
The specific magnetic charge of iron is therefore indicated with 120/120 Links-/Rechtsdrehungen.
If you hold the pendulum over each one juxtaposed minus or Plus magnet as it swings back and forth between the two, and it therefore shows opposite polarity magnetic fields.
 On the outside, the subject of the invention is different - in the following> Magnetic Spherical <or > MF pendulum> called - from the normal pendulum mainly by a special fixture and metal rings.
The pendulum itself can consist of metals commonly used for aligning, for example copper or brass.
As a holding device is a cord switch, as used in power cables.
The fixed through a screw plug with a hole in the pendant copper wire is so fixed on three metal rings, same or different sizes, such as key rings, which are connected together with a wrapped loop that it can move freely on the fixed ring.
The cord switch two copper wire members are used so that one is connected to the three rings by a coiled loop forming the other top end with copper wire windings and a metal ring at the top end of the cord switch.
Both pieces of wire are in the same fixed line switches such as power cables.
By the switch button allows the copper contact between the two parts of copper wire in the cord switch to interrupt what the <MF-Pendel< für die Unterbrechung der Verbindung zum erdmagnetischen Feld, die durch den oberen Drahtteil mit Windungen zustande kommt, wesentlich ist.
 In the following schematic drawing of the features of the subject invention are shown, and show namely:
1 <sep> senkbleiförmige the pendulum with locking screw
2 <sep> the suspension wire of copper with wrapped loop at the bottom metal ring
3 <sep> the lower metal ring
4 <sep> the central metal ring
5 <sep> the top metal ring
6 <sep> the lower part of the cord switch and connections to the wire fixing screws (1,2) and the shut-off switch (3)
7 <sep> the upper part of the cord switch to the switch knob (4)
8 <sep> the lower connection piece of wire to the connection strap to the metal rings (5)
9 <sep> the upper connecting piece of wire having end turns (6) and the metal ring at the outlet of the cord switch (10)
11 <sep> the whole magnetic pendulum
 In the following embodiments are described the different functions of the magnetic pendulum:
1 The specific magnetic field.
 To determine how much geomagnetic charge a certain material, such as iron contains, the lower ring (3) between the thumb and index finger is held.
The pendulum starts to kick in left turns.
After 120 turns to the left, it suggests to 120 right turns.
When Rose quartz is 70/70 at Onyx 100/100 Left / right turns.
2 Electrostatic waves
 In a conductor can with the <MF-Pendel< können sowohl die elektrostatischen als auch die statischen elektromagnetischen Wellen gemutet werden.
The electrostatic waves with the central metal ring (4), held between the thumb and index finger measured.
The pendulum rotates here 220 times 220 times to the left and then to the right.
The measurement can also be made in a room, whether the electric light or electrical devices are turned on or not.
3 Static electromagnetic waves
 Holding the <MF-Pendel< am oberen Metallring (5) mit ausgeschaltetem Schalterknopf (4), so können damit beispielsweise vor einem eingeschaltetem TV-Gerät die von der Stromquelle unabhängigen, statischen elektromagnetischen Wellen gemessen werden.
There may always be the same amount of left / right turns shown, but the number of turns may vary.
Normally, there are 240/240 Left / right expansions.
When the power is supplied through an overhead line, depending on the humidity part of the electromagnetic charge to the atmosphere can be derived, which is shown with the MF pendulum by a reduced number of turns.
4 The geomagnetic field
 Holding the cord switch (6.7) with off switch button (4) in hand, the Nord-/Südpolachse is constantly displayed, namely by the pendulum swings in this direction back and forth.
Considering a compass under the swinging pendulum, the accuracy of the swing direction can be checked and verified.
When the switch button, the pendulum of the Nord-/Südpolrichtung to Ost-/Westrichtung, which can be verified with the compass changes.
Can therefore be used as a compass, as a special feature the special spherical. However, the air is charged electromagnetically, so the MF pendulum deviates to the west of the Nord-/Südpolachse from, corresponding to the strength of the electromagnetic emmission.
For example, the electromagnetic immission of air displays with 120 swing left or right-turns, the pendulum deviates from 160 degrees from the Nord-/Südpolachse in the compass function.
With the metal ring at the outlet of the cord switch (7), the earth's magnetic field is measured.
If you hold this ring when the switch is off button (4) rotates the pendulum 240 times to the left, making the magnetic North Pole, with the switch button (4) it rotates 240 times to the right, making the magnetic south pole is displayed.
 In summary, one can say that specific magnetic charges in fabrics as well as the electrostatic or the independent, static electromagnetic waves in conductors and in the air are muted by aligning spins with the magnetic field oscillating in a new way, and that it with the function mentioned sites can be employed as a novel compass, both Nord-/Südpolachse and the east / west direction and the global magnetic field by oscillations in the corresponding directions or Turns display.
ELECTRONIC DOWSING SYSTEM
The present invention relates to a system using the same electronic device and an object managing down divination is one divination technique utilizes the wave energy of the person.
Tuning each other it recognizes letters, numbers, shapes, colors, etc., wave energy emitted from the human body, to rebound.
Therefore, it is down to managing method of divination that uses it.
The down Managing, and hanging down on character drawn on the paper, the pendulum the user gave a thin thread, number, and picture, the user praying the worries and wishes, and on the paper in question form This is what you get answers to questions from the motion of the pendulum which moves while tracing the shape.
However, it is for the movement of the pendulum but are not saved as' trajectory, determines that a standardized fortune Therefore not be able to pattern recognition its movement is not possible in this case.
This means that the user was going to judge by intuition each time.
Such systems come it is necessary to incorporate into the computer by numerical data of measuring the movement of the pendulum in order to improve this point is not yet been provided.
In the case of performing various fortune, there is inconvenience such must be replaced each time the pattern of the down Zing for.
The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and has as its object, the divination soft various prepared in user side uptake by converting the numerical data to the computer body movement amount of the pendulum by down Zing it is to be used as the original data.
The present invention is intended to be performed in order to solve the above problems, characteristic of the main personal computer series manner when the numerical data of this taken out as an electric signal the movement of the pendulum is improved down managing conventional methods down using Zing It is that fetching the body.
"Managing Electronic Down System"
Is characterized in that the mounting at the same time or one of the light receiving device or a light source at the tip of the pendulum is improved down managing method that is configured with a pendulum and thin thread conventional were handled as an electric signal the movement of the pendulum.
The light emitted from the light source is transferred to the computer as numeric data momentum pendulum is converted into an electric signal captured by the light receiving device, is measured, the amount of rotation.
It should be noted that it does not matter even one wireless, wired data transfer mode to a PC.
Next will be described first aspect of the present invention, a fourth embodiment the second, third and with reference to the drawings.
(The first embodiment)
Will be described below with reference to FIG 1 a first embodiment of the present invention.
Is characterized in that it incorporates a light receiving device 10 in the seat panel B This embodiment.
Mechanism for receiving the light-receiving device 10 is formed from a data transmission mechanism for the computer C and the conversion mechanism for converting it into an electrical signal to detect the direction of the light source in this mechanism.
I also incorporate the light source 20, a battery 30 in the pendulum A.
Light source 20 is used light-emitting diode, and a light bulb.
Note that I keep to emit light always on when using the light source 20.
A pendulum is suspended in a circle 01 hanging by the filament 02.
Cable 03 is an electrical signal cable that connects the PC and C light receiving device 10.
Will be described below with reference to FIG 2 a second embodiment of the present invention.
There is featured in that the light source 20, the battery 30 is incorporated into the light receiving device 10, a seat panel B in pendulum A feature of this embodiment.
Light receiving device 10 of the pendulum is A, are fed to the computer C via the cable 03 to be converted into an electrical signal receives the light emitted from the light source 20 of the seat panel B.
Will be described below with reference to FIG 3 a third embodiment of the present invention.
A feature of this embodiment is characterized in that it incorporates features a light receiving device 10 a light source 20 in the seat panel B.
Note that it is obtained from the PC power in order to illuminate the light source 20 in this case.
Light emitted from the light source 20 is captured by the light receiving device 10 was placed on the seat Release B reflected by the mirror 40 provided on the pendulum A.
Optical signal taken is fed to the computer C via the cable 03 is an electrical signal by the conversion mechanism of the light-receiving device 10.
Note that changing this embodiment, it is placed in the seat panel B the mirror 40 Further, in the pendulum A light receiving device 10 a light source 20, the cable 03 is that the same effect can be expected to be linked to the pendulum A It goes without saying.
Will be described below with reference to FIG 4 a fourth embodiment of the present invention.
Is characterized in incorporating the electronic camera 50 in a pendulum A feature of this embodiment.
Image you want to capture to the computer, to put on the seat plate 10, for example drawing on paper 60 image composed picture printed or hand-written on the fortune-telling, characters, and numbers from the seat panel B.
Information of various drawn on a piece of paper 60 by 50 this electronic camera is used in divination software to be downloaded to your computer as an image C image.
User when performing a down Managing divination according to the present proposal, I keep running in advance divination software which has been introduced into the personal computer in the first.
The user performs a display on the computer screen to select an image corresponding to the purpose because it Prepare multiple images to be used for purposes of divination fortune in software.
Here can also be utilized to display to another image fortune one has finished as a method of divination then doing the divination while displaying on the computer screen image at the same time is also possible.
The light source 20 at all times, the user is irradiated toward the center of the light receiving device 10.
User bring down Managing the pendulum A and praying while staring at the computer screen.
A pendulum begins to swing down by the Managing phenomenon after a while.
This shaking will be downloaded to your computer in the converted electrically as numerical data as the amount of movement is caught by the light receiving device 10.
It can be considered as a locus which shows the movement of the pendulum A is stored in the computer in a time-series data in this case.
Divination software can be displayed on the screen of divination answer the user determined by pattern analysis to analyze the movement and use the basic data of divination this numerical data.
Note that in the fourth embodiment, which is an image data of divination soft as it reads from the paper placed on the seat board B in the electronic camera 50 image images for performing a fortune.
Is a block diagram of components related to the first embodiment of the present invention.
Is a block diagram of components related to the second embodiment of the present invention.
Is a block diagram of components related to the third embodiment of the present invention.
Is a block diagram of components related to the fourth embodiment of the present invention.
B The board
Wheel hanging 01
10 light receiving device
20 light source
50 electronic camera
60 piece of paper
METHOD OF DIVINATION
To provide a method of divination which is performed by converting the undulatory energy (the soul of language) of the Japanese language into numeric values and using the numeric values, because there is no divination for being performed by focusing attention on undulations of a language and converting them into the numeric values, though a locution naturally varies with different kinds of consciousness and difference attitudes of a heart and verbalization makes desires of individuals and the like delicately different from one another in spite of their homogeneousness. ; SOLUTION: The numeric values of respective Japanese syllabary characters are determined by dowsing; the numeric values corresponding to the respective characters of contents to be divined, which are constructed as sentences, are added together. When numeric values, which are obtained by addition, are 12 or less, the numeric values themselves are applied to twelve kinds of energy. In the case of 13 or more, until respective digit numbers are added together so that numeric values, which are obtained by addition, can reach 12 or less, they are repeatedly added together, and the numeric values, determined by the repeated addition, are applied to the above energy.
The present invention relates to the wave energy of the Japanese word has - about divination divine every thing by using the (soul of language).
There was no divination to quantify (Kotodama), is performed using that number - wave energy words Japanese
Movement of fluctuations fundamental things all have, energy and wave  -, and that the consciousness of the human characters and graphics, color, sound, or even viewed as wave in the fundamental I could.
You can rebound or tuned to each other, each wave is emitted or affect, or away or attract each other each other.
To exist - wave energy also words emanating from the consciousness of our own course.
It is what is called (once in a while and a call) Kotodama since ancient times.
We or the mouth actually or words in my head it when doubt and desire, trouble, etc. came into being in mind.
At that time, the words emanating from the consciousness of our own wave energy of the word - is have a.
By try substituting the words doubt and desire, the trouble is, can be the hazy feeling, but to reveal the conviction.
So of mind and consciousness have different, wording also come naturally different, or that it into words, desire of the individual person may differ in subtle yet homogeneous.
However, there was no divination is performed to quantify this by focusing the wave with the words.
Therefore, the wave energy of words Japanese have in the present invention - it is intended to quantify (Kotodama), there is provided a method of divination is performed using the number.
To obtain a numeric value of each hiragana by down Zing [Means for Solving the Problems], it adds a number corresponding to each letter of the desired content divination was documented in 13 or more, that number as it is if the number of 12 or less It is fitted into the - energy 12 different numerical values ??obtained by repeating this until 12 or less by adding st, if there is any.
First embodiment of the invention], I ask a number Japanese (Hiragana) for each.
For example, we down Managing on the letter "A", mosquito numbers of many expressed it - takes down Managing further on the ground, wave energy with the letter "A" - to quantify the .
Those tabulated numbers Hiragana usually used are shown in Figure 2 and Figure 1.
Go by adding the number corresponding to the character of each of the things you want fortune to see this chart.
For example, to calculate the "2 +3 +4 +2 +2 +4" if ", Hiroshi Suzuki."
To fit in - "the energy of the 12" mentioned below as it is number that come up if the numbers from 1 to 12.
To add the number of Dear if number more than 13. "
For Hiroshi Suzuki ", I will be the" 8 "and" 1 +7 "total becomes 17.
It is going to add a number repeatedly until Dear "12" or less when it exceeds "12" yet.
It will become one of the tips in understanding the current status and future about what the contents of the wants divination - "energy of the 12" as mentioned below.
Result energy -1 of 12, the beginning of the "fertilized egg" things, energy-2 all go back to the origin, energy-3 to determine the quality of the "branching point" things, if you have common sense "key" realistically energy-4 can be obtained, energy -5 shake the "wave" heart, energy-6 determined that the "flower" of you have a significant effect on the people around, the possible energy -7, "wind" quirky ideas "Forest energy without diplomatic covering large energy -8, "sun" and all the back of your "-9, full body that puts" fruitful "breath, energy -10 to prepare to the next step," month "anything other party as soon as , energy-11 coordination and unity is multiplied by 100, energy -12 out of which answers with reflection depending on the time and "seed" to foster, energy all begins to move everything "snow" - here, in advance phrases commonly used in fortune-telling It is useful to quantify.
For example, "C of A and B. What"
"A +1 + B +8 + C +2 +1 +6 +5 +8 +6 +5", that is, the sum of the numerical values ??"A, B, C" other than will become one "6". "
"Is of being easily determined - the energy of the" 12 If you make myself understood "6" to those plus a number corresponding A, B, and C ".
Wave energy that emits words, according to the present invention from the consciousness of ourselves have - fortune-telling using (Kotodama) can be.
Replaced by the words question and desire, trouble, is carried out by divination is documented in accordance with the present invention.
Therefore, the thing to embody the abstract thought, it is possible that hazy feeling, but to reveal the conviction.
DEVICE OF GENERATING MAGNETIC FORCE FOR SHIELDING DOWSING RADIATION WAVE
The invention refers to a dowsing rod used in bio-detection and bio-location operations, the diagnosis of energetic anomalies, as well as for various quantitative and qualitative measurements, for which it is used in conjunction with a graded bevel protractor. According to the invention, the rod has two sharp ends positioned on the same axis, which are connected by means of two uneven arms so that the distance (a) between a longitudinal axis ([Omega]) and the surface of a bevel protractor (2) is minimal.
Dowsing pendulum equipped with a laser diode
The invention comprises cells or batteries 1 followed by a switch 2 which powers the control electronics 3 in order to supply, via the electrical wire 4 also used for supporting the pendulum, the laser diode 5 placed at the centre of the pendulum 6. The application of the said device allows an increase in the dowsing detection sensitivity.
The present invention relates to a Pendulum dowsing, equipped with a laser diode, with his usual electronic équipernent, and powered by batteries or batteries.
This allows Pendulum Dowsing increased sensitivity overlay "modulation motives" conveyed by the laser beam, which is the carrier of this information or modulation.
Various explanations of this phenomenon are given in the book of Régis Dutheil, Professor of Physics and Biophysics, under the title Man superluminal
Editions Sand 1990.
The design of the accompanying diagram represents all of the Pendulum Dowsing,
The cells or batteries 1, followed by a switch 2 which supplies the electronic control unit 3 to be operated by the electrical wire 4 also serving as the pendulum lift the laser diode 5, which is in the center of the pendulum body 6 in form and any material.
Dowsing pendulum equipment
The equipment includes twelve pendula. The respective oscillation periods (A to L) of each pendulum, represented in a system of circular coordinates, follows a curve in the shape of a spiral. Each pendulum is made of a spindle (11) to which is fixed an element (12). Each one is made of a cylindrical body (15) having at least one circular groove. ADVANTAGE - Provides ultra-sensitive detection of very weak magnetic fields.
Dowsing has been known since ancient times and is today an important part of Geobiology, especially science that studies the relationship between the health of living organisms and their environments.
Dowsing for the recording and interpretation of electromagnetic fields with extremely low energy are insufficient to be identified, captured and measured by the most sensitive on the market electronics and electrical engineering.
However, these electromagnetic fields play, despite their low intensities, a significant role in the lives of human beings, animals and plants.
Simple tools like the pendulum dowsing, deputizing the temporary absence of ultra-sensitive devices.
Conventionally the waves useful in this area are divided into the following twelve colors:
BLACK - INFRA RED - RED - ORANGE - YELLOW - GREEN - BLUE - INDIGO - VIOLET - ULTRA-VIOLET - WHITE - GREEN NEGATIVE.
These colors are the specialists after Geobiology, directly related to geological phenomena perceived by the dowsers, via a pendulum.
They are particularly important for the interpretation of these phenomena and can include establishing correspondences between them, the emitted waves and motion of pendulums.
According to a recent theory, there is a fundamental relationship between the period of oscillation physics own T of a pendulum and geobiological color waves able to set in motion, a relationship which is reflected in the undifferentiated electromagnetic spectrum colors geobiological - a spiral-shaped curve - divided into twelve equal sectors circle.
The object of the present invention is a set of twelve pendulum dowsing harmonizing with this theory in that it is characterized by the fact that the periods of oscillation own twelve clocks represented in a circular coordinate system after substantially shaped curve staircase.
The attached drawing shows the fig. 2 and 3 two embodiments schematic, and given as non-limiting example, the object of the invention.
The game clocks shown in Fig. 2 is composed of twelve clocks A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L each consist of a rod 11 and a washer 12 engaged and permanently fixed, for example by welding on the rod 11.
Each rod 11 is provided at is upper end, with a loop 13 for attaching the wire 14, of given length, in which the pendulum is intended to be suspended.
Its lower end has a conical shape.
These clocks are distinguished from each other by the distance between the washer 12 and the loop 13.
The game clocks shown in Fig. 3 consists of twelve straight A .......
L each constituted by a cylinder 15 terminating at its lower end by a cylinder 15 and having a circular groove 16.
These clocks are distinguished them by levels which are the grooves 16.
In both embodiments, the periods own different clocks represented in a coordinate system circular oscillation substantially follow a curve-shaped staircase.
IMPROVED HORIZONTAL METALLIC DOWSING INSTRUMENTS
Dowsing (water-divining) pendant
Pendant detecting, selecting and amplifying beneficial energy forces. The invention relates to a pendant making it possible to utilise exclusively beneficial energy forces and which consists of a sensor 1 formed from a set of four hemispheres followed by a collector cylinder and by a micro-vibration selector 2 formed from a geometric motif radiating by shaped waves. This motif 2 is represented by four horizontal lines, from top to bottom: two lines in broken sections (Yin lines) and, below these, two lines of entire sections (Yang lines). The pendant according to the invention is particularly intended as esoteric jewellery.
The present invention relates to a pendant in form with the physical property of capture, Selecter and amp rely exclusively beneficial energies.
This invention relates to the field of waveforms.
It first uses the property hemispheres have arranged vertically one above the other, to capture and focus some energy that living organisms are sensitive.
A set of hemispheres is the "Battery Dowsing" patented the 1.0 in April 1936 and brought the n0816.132.
But this "Pile Dowsing" is a universal transmitter receiver shape, can make all recueillirconcentrer and without any selection.
The "pendant Dowsing" the subject of this patent can change this aspect in selecting the microvibratoire capture thanks to a radiant pattern chosen for this purpose and based on luiaussi Be waves form.
The inventive novelty is here provided by the adåono-tion the "stack radiesthesic" a power collector and a symbolic pattern Rèlîs cylinder!
This set plays the role of selector splendor vibration amplifier them since the auspicious energy then captured by the hemispheres comes ter is added to that emitted by the relief pattern by waveforms.
The principle of duality of this pendant is closer to that of a portable radio with. antenna or framework to capture and circuit tuned to highlight a specific station.
In this picture, the antenna or connection is here represented by the volume of the four hemispheres of the collecting cylinder, while the circuit is given by the symbolic motif in relief.
The pendant of the invention consists of:-a set of four hemispheres arranged vertically one below the other, flat face against face convex, followed by one (1) cylinder of the same diameter / length and indifferent-a geometric pattern rn embossed on the cylinder and four horizontal lines comprising: forming each of the two upper two separate section, the two lower forming chalcone unbroken segment.
Radiant pattern created here, comes from the science of waveforms.
It uses the Yin-Yang symbol with writing. continuous or broken line, but not to ntanpartient known as the eight trigrams and the sixty-four hexagrams of the I Ching Chinese symbols.
I1 is perfectly balanced with two elements Yin (broken line) and two elements Yang (solid line).
Studies show the standard wave radiant exclusively beneficial nature.
Its emissivity is maximum when it is placed vertically (case nendentif) or horizontally according to the North-South magnetic meridian.
The pendant has the dimensions related aved manufacturing processes.
The diameter of the cylinder and hemispheres may be of the order of I2 mm and the total height of 50mm.
It may also serve as a pendulum dowsing, receiver and transmitter of its forms. The pendant of the invention is particularly suitable for jewelery, especially Zen esoteric jewelry.
DEVICE FOR THE NEUTRALIZATION OF THE DOWSING-ROD RESPONSES CAUSED BY SO-CALLED TERRESTRIAL RAYS
Improvements in and Relating to Apparatus for Transmitting Radiation and Methods of Using Same
A device for generating and transmitting a scionic wave (as herein defined) which when reflected by a surface is detectable by a muscular spasm in a dowsing subject moving through the reflected wave. The device comprises a primary part 22 for producing a regularly occurring disturbance such as an oscillation or vibration or rotation and a secondary device 52 which couples the disturbance into a local energy field to produce the scionic wave. Focusing of the wave is achieved using an axial force field such as a magnetic or electric field. Polarisation is achieved using an edge or pin or planar reflection.
Improvements In and Relating To Apparatus for Transmitting Radiation and Methods of Using Same
Field of invention
This invention concerns transmitting devices for transmitting radiation of a type which either itself or other radiation induced by it can be detected by the human nervous system so as to appear as a series of contractions of muscles under the control of the nervous system as experienced by a person undertaking dowsing or water devining as it is sometimes called.
Background to the invention
The applicant who is an experienced dowsing subject has found it possible to create a particular kind of spacial disturbance in the form of radiation which can, be adapted to provide for remote sensing or communication from one place to another.
The spacial disturbance or radiation as it will hereinafter be referred to, exhibits the property of a wave and is best described by it's properties. It can be produced by a variety of devices some of which will be described. It is also produced naturally but usually of sufficiently low intensity as not to be useful unless modified by means to be described.
Some of the properties of the radiation which have been observed are as follows:-
1. It exhibits properties similar to a wave in a plasma.
2. The radiation can be produced in the form of a directed beam of radiated energy of almost any degree of directivity.
3. It has the properties of a wave in or flow of positive charges or particles.
4. A beam of the radiation can be deflected by a magnetic and/or an electrostatic field. The direction of deflection is that which would be expected of a beam of positive charged particles.
5. The radiation appears to have considerable penetrating power and has been found to pass through all substances that have so far been tested although it is believed that in some cases the radiation has been modified after passing through some materials. The materials tested todate include inter alia air, ground, metals and insulators and buildings. No insulation material has been found which will effectively screen it.
6. It's velocity in air varies slightly but is apparently at or near the velocity of sound.
7. It's velocity in other substances appears to vary considerably particularly in water and metals and although it will apparently penetrate these it does so only after a considerable delay.
8. The radiation appears to have the properties of a longitudinal wave but it can apparently be polarised in a somewhat similar way to a light wave. It, therefore, has some of the properties of a light wave and some of a sound wave which, of course, cannot be polarised.
9. The radiation can apparently be produced in a very wide range of frequencies as can an ordinary electromagnetic wave of which this its probably a member.
10. The radiation apparently follows the normal laws of reflection from substances in that the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence from any reflecting surface.
11. Polarisation is achieved by means of devices which will effectively polarise electromagnetic radiation.
12. On reflection from or more particularly when passing through a surface of any substances, the reflected ray appears to produce two conical fields of radiation originating at the point of impact with the surface, one in the forward and another in the reverse direction of the ray.
The included angle of the hollow cone of radiation is apparently 900 and since the cone is centred about the axis normal to the surface, the sides of the hollow cone of radiation are at 450 to the surface.
In addition to the two cones of radiation appearing at a reflective surface, there is apparently a further planar field of radiation centred at the point of impact, the plane being tangential to the plane of the surface on which the radiation is impinging. When the radiation is polarised, all reflected rays are polarised normal to the incident ray. If the incident ray is randomly polarised then so are the reflective rays.
A beam of the radiation which the applicant has discovered will be referred to as a scionic wave.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a device for generating a scionic wave
It is another object of the present invention to propose methods of using such waves for performing certain investigations and measurements.
So far the applicant has used his own dowsing sensation reaction to detect the presence of a scionic wave whether eminating from a transmitting aid or reflected from or refracted through different materials. It is to be understood that the invention particularly the methods to be proposed herein is not limited to this form of detection and any suitable detector may be used which is found to respond to scionic wave radiation.
Summary of the invention
According to the present invention a scionic wave transmitter comprises two basic component parts:
(a) Means for producing a regularly occurring disturbance as by oscillating, vibrating or rotating, and
(b) A device for coupling the disturbance into a local energy field to produce a scionic wave.
The first disturbance may be a varying electric field, a varying magnetic field, or a disturbance caused by mechanical action on a fluid medium such as a sound wave on air or a mechanically vibrated member or may comprise an electromagnetic wave.
Coupling devices which have been found to function are as follows:-
(a) In the case of the primary disturbance comprising an electromagnetic wave, any substance which presents a change in dielectric constant or permittivity through which the originating disturbance is travelling, and
(b) Where a physical vibration oscillation or rotation comprises the primary disturbance, any device capable of causing a change in the velocity of the originating disturbance.
Devices which have found to be particularly effective under heading (a) are:
1. A wire helix.
2. A succession of metal and plastics washers (i.e. discs having central apertures).
3. Laminated materials particularly plastics laminates.
4. Plastics, sponge foamed material.
5. Plastics shredded wool.
6. Water vapour.
Although other mechanisms may be at work, the most likely explanation is that the primary disturbance causes positively charged ions in the air (created by other means or by the originating disturbance) to be coupled to the disturbance and for them then to proceed as a wave of positively charged ions, which have their own characteristics, but follow a path governed by the radiating energy of the original disturbance. It would appear that the scionic wave of positively charged ions can be deviated from the path of the radiating primary disturbance by electric or magnetic fields.
Preferred forms of the invention
In a first embodiment an electric lamp is placed behind a helical coil of wire. A scionic wave is produced which emits from both ends of the coil along the axis of the helix. In the device constructed by the applicant, 16 turns of copper wire were wound on a mandrel one cm in diameter and spaced to produce a coil 8 cms long.
In a second embodiment, a cube of plastics foam sponge material was placed in front of an electric lamp or candle. The distance between the source of light and the face of the cube was approximately 2 cms. A scionic wave was found to be produced in the line of the source and the plastics cube.
In the third embodiment, a metal pin was placed in front of an electric lamp or candle. A scionic wave was found to be produced in the line of the source and the obstruction and the wave in this case was found to be polarised.
In a fourth embodiment the metal pin was replaced by an optical polarising filter.
In a fifth embodiment the metal pin of the third embodiment was replaced by a metal or plastics sheet having a straight edge occupying the position of the metal pin.
As a variation of each of the five previously mentioned embodiments, the source of light may be replaced by a source of heat such as a soldering iron tip. In each case a scionic wave is found to be produced in the line of the source and the coupler.
In a sixth embodiment, an oscillating electrical circuit producing a supersonic wave for example at 40K Hz was placed in front of a suitable coupling device such as the helical coil of wire described in embodiment one.
In a seventh embodiment an electrical oscillator was connected to two plates arranged in a plane so that two edges of the plates are almost but not quite touching. The plates are connected to the oscillator through at least one very high resistance and a varying voltage appears between the two plates. A coupling device was located in front of the plate in the form of a helical coil of wire and it was found that a scionic wave if produced in the line of the plates and the coupling device. In this case the wave was found to be polarised. It has been found that if one of the plates is circular and is mounted close to but not touching a second larger plate then a scionic wave is produced which is randomly polarised in a line through the plates and the coupling device.It was also found that if the two plates occupied two planes which are at an angle having a dihedral relative one to the other of approximately 100 then a scionic wave will be produced in the line of the acute angle between the two plates but no scionic wave is found to eminate in the opposite direction. If the two plates are co-planar or substantially co-planar then a scionic wave is apparently produced in both the forward and rearward directions.
In a eighth embodiment a wire was looped down the inside of a helix of another wire and was returned back through the same helix close to the opposite diameter of the helix. When the wire was carrying a varying current, a scionic wave was found to emerge from both ends of the helix. The wave was found to be randomly polarised. By placing a metal reflector in the form of a disc or bar close to one end of the helix, the scionic wave was found to be produced only at the opposite end of the helix.
In a ninth embodiment, the loop of wire previously described as passing through the helix was replaced by two single strands of wire between which an electrostatic field was formed.
In a tenth embodiment a magnet was attached to a cantilever spring so that the magnet was capable of vibrating in line with the vibrations of the spring, and any one of the coupling devices previously mentioned was placed near to the magnet. A scionic wave was found to emerge in a line through the magnet and the coupler.
In a eleventh embodiment, a cantilever spring mounted on a plate but insulated therefrom was supplied with an electric voltage so that a potential difference existed between the plate and the spring. A scionic wave was found to be produced in a line between the vibrating charged plate and a coupling device of any one of the types previously mentioned located close to it. In both this and the preceding embodiment, the best results were obtained when the amplitude of vibration was very small and in fact vibration due to ambient transients were found to be best and no particular driving force was used. On the other hand if the spring member is prevented from vibrating by being clamped then no scionic wave was found to be produced.
In a twelfth embodiment, a sound resonating device in the form of a cylindrical aperture for example 2 mm in diameter and say 16 mm deep is located close to a coupling device with open end of the aperture or cavity close to the coupler.
A scionic wave was found to eminate along the line of the cavity and the coupler.
In a thirteenth embodiment, a small electrical loudspeaker was connected to a white noise generator close in front of which there was located a coupling device. A scionic wave was found to eminate in the line of the source and the coupler.
In a last embodiment, a tuning fork was mounted close to a coupling device of any one of the types already mentioned so as to produce a scionic wave in the line of the fork and the coupler. It was found that the fork could be located either with the coupling device at the ends of the tines or normal to them.
As a result of investigations made by the applicant, it was found that the emerging ray from a transmitter constructed in accordance with any of the preceding embodiments tended to spread and be rather wide. It was found that by passing the ray through an axial magnetic field the ray can be made very narrow and it was found that such a ray could be detected over a distance of many meters.
It was found that the preferred form of axial magnetic field was that produced by an air cord coil located beyond the coupling device with the axis of the coil coaxial with the axis of the radiation eminating from the coupling device. By controlling the current flowing through the coils so a greater or lesser magnetic field density was obtained with the consequent control over the width of the eminating scionic wave.
It was also found by experiment that using an electrostatic lens a similar control over the width of the beam could be obtained.
Applications of the invention
The primary application for the invention todate has been the detection of underwater assistance and a determination of the depth of such systems below the surface.
Whilst it has always been possible to detect the presence of underground water using the dowsing reaction of a suitable subject, the detection of such underground water has always proved to be rather imprecise and as far as can be ascertained, determinations of depth have tended to be more a matter of guess work and hypothesis together with a general knowledge of the geology of the area. Probably the biggest single factor affecting the results of conventional dowsing has been the variableness of the source of the scionic waves which the applicant has discovered interact with the human body to produce the dowsing reaction.Whilst it is clear that such waves exist in nature, and are reflected by a body of water to a much greater extent than by ordinary rock strata and earth, the dowsing subject has usually had difficulty in discriminating between the various informations received by him and to this end the invention provides a much more predictable source of scionic waves which if certain rules are observed will always follow a predictable pattern when reflected by an underground body of water or the like and which therefore will a dowsing subject to double check his findings and by using simple geometry to determine the precise depth of the body of water or other medium which he has detected.
In a method of determining the presence of an underground body of water, a dowsing subject must first direct a scionic of narrow width in a completely vertical direction into the ground. The subject then walks away from the transmitter along any radial path measuring the distance as he walks and watching for a dowsing reaction.
In the area where there is minimal dowsing activity from scionic waves emanating from the ground, it may be sufficient for the dowsing subject simply to note when the first dowsing reaction occurs and the distance from the transmitter, and then to retrace his steps and to try one or two other radial directions to double check that the distance to the first dowsing reaction is the same along each radial path. If so, then he can reasonably assume that he is picking up reflective scionic waves from a body of water underground.
If the dowsing subject wishes to double check his results very carefully then the points along the radial paths followed by him can be plotted on a graph in which the zero crossing point of the graph is located in the centre of the page and in which the plots should occupy generally circular outline centred on the zero crossing point of the two axes of the graph. In the event that the plot of points is slightly elliptical then either a correction can be made to the angle of projection of the scionic wave from the transmitter so that the plot of points is rendered more circular alternatively the dimensions of the ellipse can be used in subsequent computation to determine the depth of the body of water underground.
In an area which is "generally active" as far as a dowsing subject is concerned, it may be necessary to plot far more points along the first two or three radial directions before it is clear which of the points being detected along each radial path is an emanation of a scionic ray from a single body of water or like device underground.
In this connection it will be appreciated that if there is more than one level underground water, then multiple reflections may be received from the different levels of water and in this connection a series of generally concentric plots of points would be obtained as a result of carefully plotting each dowsing reaction position along each of a plurality of radial arms emanating from the transmitting axis.
In the event that some of the points detected along some of the radial arms correspond to points along lines of other scionic waves emanating from faults or other water or subterranean bodies then such lines will soon become apparent as such from the plots of the various points and can be disregarded or taken note of and followed in order to determine an overall picture of the subterranean strata.
The positioning of the transmitter is critical since it is important for a generally circular pattern of plotted points to be obtained that the initiating scionic wave be vertical, to this end the transmitter is preferably provided with means for adjusting the inclination of the transmitter so as to produce a perfectly vertical ray or wave from the transmitter in a generally downward direction.
To this end a spirit level or other levelling aid may be incorporated into the transmitter and preferably the latter is mounted at the other end of the tripod or the like with means for adjusting the attitude of the transmitter relative to the tripod.
In a preferred embodiment of the invention an electrical oscillator generating electrical signals in the frequency range 1 Hz to 25 KHz is connected to the two adjoining and slightly dihedral plates of an initiator for creating the primary disturbance for generating a scionic wave and the latter is directed through a helical coil having coaxially aligned therewith an air coiled coil having a controlled electric current passing therethrough for establishing an axial magnetic field through which the scionic wave passes. The whole is mounted within a housing fitted adjustably at the upper end of a tripod and means is provided for indicating when a base plate of the housing is horizontal. The components are mounted within the housing such that when the base plate is horizontal the scionic wave emanating through the celloid is perpendicular to the base plate i.e. vertical.
The applicant has discovered that if frequencies higher than the range 25 KHz are used then another phenomenon is produced. Thus when light is used as the source instead of the two dihedral plates or radio frequencies are used, the reflective ray can be detected long after the source has been removed. The cause of this is not well understood but appears to be due to charges left in the reflected surface which later reflects scionic waves created from other sources or disturbances such as light impinging on the earth.
The soil appears to be non-dispersive at least over the range 1 Hz to 25 Hz and it is for this reason that the above range is specified as the preferred range for the embodiment previously described.
The invention will now be described by way of example with reference to the accompanying drawings in which:
Fig. 1 is a diagrammatic view of the cones of radiation and plane of radiation apparently obtained when a scionic wave impinges on a reflecting surface at right angles thereto, and
Fig. 2 is a cross-section through one embodiment of apparatus proposed by the applicant or generating and transmitting a scionic ray.
Detailed description of drawings
In Fig. 1 the point of impact of a scionic ray 10 is denoted by reference numeral 12.
The point of impact lies in a plane surface (not shown) of a reflecting material such as water and it is found that a plane wave 14 shown as a disc in the drawing emanates from the point of contact in the plane of the surface.
In a generally rearward direction a first conical wave 16 emanates from the point of contact 12 and beyond the surface of reflection a second hollow cone of transmitted rays is found to exist generally designated 1 8.
The applicant has discovered that the sides of the cones are at 450 to the surface of impact whilst incident reflected and transmitted rays are in a plane normal to the surface of reflection.
Referring now to Fig. 2 of the drawings, a transmitter unit comprises a housing 20 within which is located an electrical oscillator circuit 22 and power supply therefor 24 having a control 26 for adjusting the frequency of the oscillator and an on/off switch 28. A spirit level 30 provides indication as to when the housing is generally horizontal and to facilitate the adjustment and mounting of the housing, the latter is carried at the upper end of a tripod only the upper end of which is shown in the drawing having three legs, 32, 34, and 36 and having a fully adjustable head at the upper end of the legs 32 to 36 generally designated 38 which includes a iocking clamp 40 operated by a handle 42 which can be both raised and lowered and moved sideways and which has a twistable head 44 to allow the latter to be locked in any desired position.
Within the housing 20 is located a pair of plates 46 and 48 which subtend an angle of just less than 1 800 and are connected to the output of the oscillator circuit 22. The amplitude of the latter is adjusted by a pre-set control 50 so as to just produce the appropriate electric field between the two plates 46 and 48 so as to initiate the disturbance required to couple through the helical coil 52 so as to produce the scionic wave discovered by the applicant.
A coil 54 having an air core and an axis which is coaxial with the axis of the coil 52 is located in advance of the outlet exit 56 through which the ray is to pass and a control 58 allows the current flowing through the coil 54 to be adjusted, the current conveniently being obtained from the power supply 24. By increasing the current so the strength of the magnetic field through the coil is increased and the dispersion of the wave is found to be decreased.
In use the unit is set up so as to be completely horizontal and turned on and the beam adjusted so as to produce a narrow pencil like ray impinging normally on the surface of the earth below the tripod. The dowsing subject then walks away from the unit a distance of some few hundred feet and notes any positions along the radial path he has followed at which a dowsing reaction is experienced.
Walking along another one or two circularly spaced radial paths and noting again when dowsing reactions are experienced will soon allow the dowser to determine which of the sets of points are a concentric circle and whether any other concentric circles exist thereby indicating lower levels of water, the radius of each circular pattern of dowsing reaction plottings corresponding to the depth of the water below the projector unit.
Detection of scionic waves
It has been found that there is a physiological reaction to these waves. It appears that the human body and probably those of other creatures react to scionic waves via their nervous system. The effect on the human body is to cause a slight change in the muscle tone. This effect is most noticeable in causing a small movement of the arms via the pectoral and deltoid muscles.
This small movement can be amplified by holding rods or other means to magnify the movement in the arms.
When a narrow beam of scionic waves is directed at the body there is a sensitive spot at the level of the thorax at a point halfway up the sternum and situated some depth in the chest, as shown by directing the beam from the side. It seems likely that body cavities are involved, in particular the trachea, which may cause amplification due to normal loads of vibration of the air column, and a reasonable Q before the oscillating positive charges affect the adjacent nerves.
It is known that nerve axons are sensitive all over their surfaces but apart from the areas of Ranvier they are normally not influenced from their sides. It may possibly be that this external stimulus initiates a sodium/potassium exchange in the axon, which as far as its effect is concerned is treated like any normal nerve stimulus.
Normally the body will react only to scionic waves that arrive along a plane transverse to the body in a vertical plane, i.e. no reaction to waves arriving from in front or behind. By positioning a coupler (such as a sheet of plastics foam material in a metal box) in front of the sternum at a point exactly midway up it, then scionic waves may be detected also in a vertical half disc facing the front. This not only enhances the effect but is more convenient when determining the direction of the wave origin.
It appears that scionic waves are produced in the atmosphere generally by rays from the sun but also from stellar and other sources such as artificial light and heat sources.
A ray of light or heat or other form of disturbance couples to a scionic wave which probably exists as positive ions in random motion.
The coupling in this case effected by the atmosphere, its particles, and water vapour.
The scionic wave will probably spiral around the earths magnetic field and is finally directed into a vertical path by the electrostatic gradient existing near the surface. The waves have considerable penetrating power and are probably the cause of the phenomenon of dowsing or water divining where the dowser experiences a sudden change in the intensity of the rays when reflected off water or metal under the ground.
Considerable research has been carried out on this dowsing phenomenon but the general natural intensity is low and capricious. It fluctuates with varying cloud cover and at night time and in 10/10 cloud is very low and unpredictable. By generating local and more intense direct beams as described herein and before, better results are obtained in detecting underground water and objects.
An interesting experiment consists of placing a small metal plate at an angle of 450 to the vertical and at the level of the chest. At various times a dowsing reaction from above can be detected, reflected off the plate into a horizontal ray. This ray can be turned through a large angle by an electrostatic or magnetic field placed in front of the plate.
The requirements to produce a scionic beam are firstly to provide at least two sources of some form of radiant energy, whether varying electrical, varying magnetic, electro magnetic or mechanical, such as sound.
Each radiant energy needs to be collimated, and in the form of a narrow beam.
At least two beams need to intersect. The angle of intersection needs to be 105 . The complimentary angle of 75 can be used, but it is not so effective.
Each beam needs to be of dissimilar frequencies, although if a single source is used to provide multiple sources by splitting or reflection for instance, the requirement is met due to the normal broadband of the radiant source. It does not work for instance if the primary source is a sine wave of sound, but two different sound sources of different frequencies, if anharmonic, work well.
The radiant energy sources may be mixed such as one of sound, and one of light, one of heat and one of light or any combination. The scionic beam is produced along a line which bisects the angle of intersection of the beams of energy and extends in both directions away from the point of intersection, in the plane of the two primary beams, irrespective of their relative strengths.
If only two beams of energy are used, then the scionic beam they generate will be polarised such that the plane of polarisation of the scionic beam is normal to it, and in the plane of the two sources of energy.
If three beams of radiant energy are used, they will form the edges of an equiangular tetrahedron and cross at a point. The angle between the beams again being 1050 (or 750). The scionic beam will lie along a line, through the apex of the tetrahedron and make an equal angle with each beam of energy. It will be triply polarised with the three planes of polarisation at 1200 to each other and normal to the scionic beam. If a reflecting surface, especially one of metal is placed normal to the scionic beam, and within a short distance of the point of generation, no scionic radiation is detected beyond it.If another reflecting surface is placed normal to the scionic beam, but on the other side of the point of generation to the first reflector if the distance of the two reflectors to the point of generation is the same, then no scionic beam is detected, outside the two reflectors. If one of the reflectors is moved so that its distance from the point of generation is exactly twice that of the other, then this reflector does not interrupt the scionic beam. In general, if the point of generation of the scionic beasn is placed exactly one third of the way between two reflectors, the nearer one will reflect, and the further one appears transparent. A scionic beam cannot be detected nearer than three metres to its point of generation.
Many methods exist, which can generate a scionic beam, but they all eventually boil down to producing intersecting wave fronts of radiant
energy at one of the above angles.
A scionic beam may be used in conjunction with a static arrangement of geometric forms. The following are given as examples:
(1) A series of pillars of any material are arranged so that the height of the pillars to the distance between their centres is in the ratio of 1 :3/2 and they are in a straight iine, and the number of pillars is notless than three in number.
If they are placed in line with a beam of scionic radiation, they will greatly enhance the strength of the beam in the same line. If the scionic beam is such that the plane of the sources of primary radiation is normal to the height of the pillars, the emerging scionic beam is still polarised in the plane of the primary sources, and of course normal to the height of the pillars.
If the pillars are replaced by discs spaced as above with the plane of the discs normal to the scionic beam, then the scionic beam is unpolarised.
(2) A helix of wire, coaxial with the scionic beam where the spacing of the turns to the diameter accords with the above relationship, then a circularly polarised scionic beam is - produced.
The above relationship was arrived at by experiment, and is empirical but leads to the supposition that there is an effective wavelength generated by the geoPnetric forms such that one wavelength is equal to 3/ times the height of the pillars.
In the above illustration, the pillar spacing was at half wavelength intervals. If the spacing of the pillars is arranged so that they are at intervals of one third of a wavelength, the scionic radiation is changed in direction to be normal to the line of pillars.
If, in the case of the pillars arranged as at first at half wavelength intervals, and if at one end of the line an extra pillar is spaced at one third of multiples of one third of a wavelength, then the scionic beam is suppressed in that direction and enhanced in the other.
If the pillars are capped so forming a series of arches, then the effective wavelength is such that the ratio of the inside height of the pillars to their spacing centre to centre is 3/24The arches are equivalent to a series of slots in any material, and all the above conditions apply, but based on this effective wavelength.
Properties of a scionic wave
1. The speed of propagation in air is of the order of half that of sound;
2. No substance has been found which it will not penetrate
3. Soms reflection takes place off all surfaces, but only off metals and water to any extent, of those tested;
4. It can be polarised;
5. It can be deflected by magnetic and/or electric fields the direction of deflection being that of a positive charge;
6. While no wavelength has been found, a wavelength can be generated based on the geometry of obstructions in its path;
7. One beam will not deflect another whey they intersect;
8. Refraction if it exists must be small, and so far has not been detected;
9. Deflection by a magnetic field is usually complete for a narrow beam. it is independent of the field strength within limits and jumps to a deviation of 52.50 from its path, and no other angle.It is independent of the distance of the deviating field from the source of the scionic beam, and operates within the three metre limit for normal detection;
10. Reflection is usual, i.e. the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection;
11. It is unusual, in that, irrespective of the angle of incidence of a beam to a surface, and in addition to the above usual reflection, there is a reflected beam, which is normal to the reflecting surface. Also a hollow cone of reflection with an internal included angle of 1050 set with its centre along the beam normal to the surface;
12. When the beam passes through a surface such as a sheet of metal, brick wall etc., the emerging beam appears without noted refraction, and also with a mirror image of the cone and normal beam of the other side;
13. In addition to the above reflected beams, a plane of radiation exists in the plane of the metal sheet or brick wall. in the latter case one on each surface, together with two mirror images of the forward cone;
14. The cones of reflection and the reflection normal to the surface only occur with scionic beams, generated by two sources of primary radiation that intersect at 1050 and not in the case of a scionic beam generated by two primary sources that intersect at 750;
15. A scionic beam can be focussed down to a narrower beam, by passing it through a coaxial magnetic field.
The experiments which led to this invention indicate that an unusual form of radiation is involved. It is unlike electromagnetic radiation in that it travels slowly. It is, however, affected by electric and magnetic fields. The angle of 1050 is the angle between the two hydrogen atoms and the oxygen atom in water, and it is therefore suggested that the primary radiation causes some vibration or rotation of water vapour molecules in the air. If the radiation causes the water molecules to be aligned or dimerised, then they may mutually repel and act more like particles and propagate by a kind of falling domino effect. It is noted that a scionic beam is highly collimated and diverged only slightly over a distance of a mile or so. If, on this theory during reorientation, moving charges are involved, they would generate a small potential in the nervous system and account for the muscular reflex.
A device for screening or neutralising dowsing rays or fields
A device for screening the body from dowsing rays or fields comprises a foundation 4 of paper or other suitable material to which is secured rings 1 or loops of metal wire or foil arranged in a common plane so that they do not touch one another. The rings 1 or loops may be made of copper wire or foil and each ring may be broken to form a gap 2.
I, WALTER GISHFORD EDWARDS, a British Subject of "Tadhill", Laverton Lane, Norton St. Philip, Near Bath, do hereby declare this invention, for which I pray that a patent may be granted to me, and the method by which it is to be performed, to be particularly described in and by the fcllowing statement :
The present invention relates to a device for screening or neutralising dowsing rays or fields which are known to have harmful qualities which have detrimental affects on people suffering from functional disorders such as rheumatism, bronchial troubles and other ailments.
These rays or fields exist generally in all kinds of localities and in both towns and in the country and their source appears to be in the upper layers of the atmosphere or outer space. The rays appear to have an affinity for underground veins of water, heavy clay, radioactive deposits and so on and is therefore more concentrated immediately over these deposits. The weather factor has some effect on these rays which vary in intensity and polarisation.
Most people are inherently sensitive physically to these fields and it is the main object of the present invention to provide a device which will act to screen people from these fields or rays and also to neutralise such fields or rays so that they are rendered ineffective or comparatively so.
According to the present invention there is provided a device for the purpose referred to which comprises a foundation of paper or other suitable material to which is secured a multiplicity of loops or rings of metal wire or foil arranged generally in a close formation in a common plane in such a manner that the rings do not touch one another.
Copper has been found to be one suitable material for the rings or loops but other suitable materials may of course be used.
The invention will be more fully described with reference to the accompanying drawing which illustrates a preferred form of the device.
Referring to the drawings, the rings or loops are arranged in a desired formation or pattern on a foundation sheet as closely together as possible without touching so as to form a screen 3.
Complete rings of copper foil or wire are effective to some extent but the screen ing and neutralising of the rays or fields is more efficient if the continuity of each ring is broken so as to leave a small gap 2 which may be about a quarter of an inch.
When manufacturing the screen 3 it has been found to be convenient to mount the metal rings or loops 1 on a foundation material 4 such as paper or other suitable material so that the gaps 2 of all the rings 1 face in the same direction. The facing of the gaps in a common direction however is not essential.
It is however particularly desirable that the metal rings or loops 1 should all be contained generally in the same common plane as it has been found that a discrepancy of a quarter of an inch in the plane of one ring or loop relative to the others will considerably reduce the screening and neutralising properties.
When the rings or loops 1 are formed of copper foil it is convenient to apply these rings or loops to a foundation material 4 by means of adhesive.
From experiments it has been found that very satisfactory results are obtained by making the rings or loops 1 so that they are five inches in diameter but this is not critical as in fact these rings may be any suitable size say anything from four and a half inches in diameter to three feet.
In use the screens are mounted over the patient's bed either by sticking them to the ceiling or laying them on the floor of the room above, which is the more convenient.
Within reasonable limits the vertical height of the screen above the patient does not make any difference.
It will be appreciated of course that a screen may be constructed from one or more strips of paper or other foundation material bearing said copper rings or loops, said strips being secured together edge to edge in any suitable manner so as to extend over the required area.
Referring to the small gap 2 in the ring, it has also been found that screening and neutralising may be obtained by having the ends of the rings overlapping but not touching, i.e. one free end of the ring passes and lies. underneath the other free end.
The present invention relates to a device for screening or neutralising radionic fields.
Radionic fields, including radiations commonly referred to as dowsing rays, are known to have harmful qualities which have detrimental effects on people suffering from functional disorders such as rheumatism, bronchial troubles and other ailments.
These harmful radionic rays and fields exist generally in all kinds of localities and in both towns and in the country. The source of this radiation appears to be in the upper layers of the atmosphere or outer space, and may or may not have some connection with cosmic radiation. The radiation appears to have an affinity for underground veins of water, heavy clay, radioactive deposits and so on, therefore it is more concentrated immediately over these features. The weather factor has some effect on these rays which vary in intensity and polarisation.
Most people are inherently sensitive to these fields in a radiesthetic sense and suffer organic reflexes and it is the main object of the present invention to provide a device which will act to screen people from these rays and also to neutralise such rays that they are rendered ineffective or comparatively so.
According to the present invention there is provided a device for the purpose referred to which comprises a foundation of paper or other suitable material which serves to support loops or rings of metal wire or foil arranged in a required formation or pattern so as to extend over and cover a desired area.
Copper has been found to be one suitable material for the rings or loops but other suitable materials may of course be used.
From experiments it has been found that very satisfactory results are obtained by making the rings or loops so that they are five inches in diameter but this is not critical as in fact these rings may be anything from four and a half inches in diameter to three feet.
Each loop or ring is preferably circular and the rings are arranged as closely together as possible but without touching or over-lapping.
Complete rings of copper are effective to some extent but the screening and neutralising of the radionic fields is more efficient if the continuity of each ring is broken so as to leave a small gap which may be about a quarter of an inch.
When manufacturing the screen it has been found to be convenient to mount the metal rings or loops on a foundation material such as paper or other suitable material so that the gaps of all the rings face in the same direction. This however is not essential.
It is however particularly desirable that the metal rings or loops should all be contained in the same common plane as it has been found that a discrepancy of a quarter of an inch in the level of one loop relative
Electro Magnetic Radionic Camera
Abstract -- A method of obtaining photographic images of specific portions of the human body or of animals, birds, insects, trees, bushes, flowers, plants, seeds or the like, including psychic phenomena, comprises sensing radiation from a sample of the object with an infra-red sensor 5 from which signals are passed to conductor plates 8, 9 between which a photographic medium is placed.
Method for Permanent Optimisation of Bioenergetic States
Abstract -- The invention described above relates to a method for reliably detecting and eliminating positive or negative bioenergetic rays in the human environment and, furthermore, for reliable detection and elimination of positive or negative, in particular also of positive or negative bioenergetic states of high degree of an individual person on the basis of radionic measurement methods by using the "Copen Radionic Analytical Computer Mk5", as specified in detail in the description of the method. The method according to the invention is based partly on the findings which have led to the German Patent Application P 4204709.9, and partly on new findings as set forth in the present patent description. The aim of these measures is to avoid specific states of illness which would otherwise possibly or even necessarily occur when the method is not used.
Normalisation of Energy States of Biological Systems, Organs or Glands
Abstract -- The method involves measuring quantitative deviations of organic energy states from their normal healthy values, expressed in 'bio-energetic units', in the direction of either hyperactivity or hypoactivity in an error-free manner, by a 'Copen Radionic Analytical Computer MK 5' (RTM) or comparable appts., supported if necessary by measurement of reaction to circularly polarised microwaves of geophysical origin. In a second phase, the measured deviations are corrected by application of precisely defined, metered and time-limited doses of bio-energetic radiation directed at specific parts of the body. The treatment is repeated as often as necessary until zero deviation is measurable for at least 25 minutes afterwards.
Radioelectric Pendulum and Electronic Components for Dowsing (radiesthesia)
Abstract -- The subject of the invention is a translucent pendulum suspended by a flexible thread and containing an electronic device which is both a detector and an amplifier with electronic components and novel components allowing high sensitivity, leading to better selection while providing the necessary electronic energy. This pendulum is highly reliable and completely independent of the user.
DEVICE FOR THE NEUTRALIZATION OF THE DOWSING-ROD RESPONSES CAUSED BY SO-CALLED TERRESTRIAL RAYS
DOWSING METHOD FOR TESTING IDENTITY