At the present time, science and society are imposing an information overload on the, which is causing people to be drowning in a sea of confusion and information. A century ago, a diagnosis required a doctor’s medical observation. Today, the doctor insists on numerous studies and expensive research. And even with such extensive research, the question that begs to be asked is whether doctors are making proper use of the gathered information to arrive at an accurate diagnosis. Some, however, may contend that it is possible that a diagnosis may be achieved by an unexplainable feeling called “intuition”.
Modern science has invested many years of research and investigation into the topic of intuition and clairvoyance and, in the recent past, it is now felt that the phenomenon, through scientific research, can be revealed. Research corroborates that through very low electromagnetic frequency, vibrations transmit information within the human body and brain, which generally bypass the senses. Of the 10 million sources of information recognizing only one, the main source of information remains in the subconscious. Information is extracted from the sphere of the subconscious spontaneously and through altered states of consciousness, such as hypnosis, dreaming, meditation, or through the use of psychotropic drugs. Research has discovered that the entire world is profoundly interconnected through a set of information signals. Therefore, techniques allowing the gathering of information from the sphere of the subconscious have become priorities in the development of science.
The result of extensive investigation conducted in the field of the flow of energy information has made possible the creation of innovative equipment that exceeds the previously-conceived barrier between the conscious and subconscious. This analytical process, which has been the mission of many researchers, is now able to provide more information about the environment and the world in which we live. In its infancy, this research has produced devices that were considered classified information, which was shared with only a few elite individuals. As time passed, the veil of secrecy was removed and more people we educated as to the effects of the possibilities of the vast quantum universe. Further research and collaboration has given birth to new devices that are known as “brain machines” or psycho-physical amplifiers (metatrons).
Main Areas of Focus for Application of the “Brain Machines”
Devices classified as “brain machines” have been successfully employed in the fields of financial and social forecasting and in areas involving medical Analysis. The new devices have greatly enhanced many aspects of our lives and have not only brought together various diverse arenas in natural medicine, but have also been inherently responsible for creating a qualitative and quantitative leap in methodology, Analysis accuracy, and more accurate management of the state of the organism.
Research that gave impetus to the creation of such equipment began in 1917 by a man named Nikola Tesla and continued by many more scientists, among them, J. Lakhovsky, who studied the effect of radio frequencies on animals and plants. Then American researcher, Royal Rife, followed in the study and documentation of the beneficial nature of frequencies applied to certain diseases conditions. Rife’s expertise and theory is integrated in many of these new devices including the Vector NLS. In 1950, Reinhold Voll, a German medical doctor, discovered and developed a system for electro-testing of acupuncture points of the human body. Voll employed the first primitive device for investigation of the energy-body state. The study provided insight into the presence of inflammation, degeneration, and atrophy with regard to the relevant body systems. Another extensively employed method of energy-analysis involves a method called aura-analysis, which is measured by the use of Kirlian photography. An aura is the electromagnetic field that surrounds every living being and is manifested in the physical field by electrically charged objects that represent themselves as different colors that surround the body. This electromagnetic field can provide information regarding a person’s emotional state, the quality of consciousness and will determine the level of health regarding an individual organ and organ systems.
The early NLS-Analysis tools will evaluate the state of the bio-energy of each body system individually. The results obtained will be represented both in a visual form that will display the topography of a lesion and in a graphical form. Results presented in this manner allow a practitioner to view changes occurring in body tissue, which helps to determine the characteristics of injury (inflammation or destruction), generally allowing for more precision diagnosing. The investigation is conducted through the amplification of radiation.
The first devices that were developed required manual data input, which means that the diagnosis actively involved the researcher, whose brain, through the use of low-frequency vibrations, became more sensitive and interactive with the radiation of the patient. In other words, earlier devices would compromise both the patient’s and practitioner’s health with exposure to higher levels of radiation. Results have been reported by the deviation of the L-shaped frame in the hand of the operator via use of a special scale called a Fleyndera (scale is in the Analysis module of the program).
This method of examination and study, however, was far too subjective and was considered unsafe for the health of the operator. This led to the creation of trigger sensors that provide automatic entry of information about the health of the patient, which, therefore, is entered into the computer. For the first time, there was the measurement of distant or non-local effects of the interaction of objects, both animate and inanimate in nature, meaning that a transmission from person-to-car was registered in the experiments of VN Kravkov in the 20th of century. Under the guidance of Prof. B. Togatova, the impact of bio-operators has been studied using various semiconductors. Science has proven that the human brain, without the aid of wires, can affect the sensitive sensor in the Vector device. Via the use of remote biofeedback equipment and telemetry devices, developers have designed equipment that perceives brain activity of the operator or the subject, depending upon the objectives of the study, wherein the devices have converted this information into a sequence of pulses by using a special trigger sensor. The human brain will receive a signal regarding the need to test one or more organs of the body, which signal is displayed on the computer monitor and is captured in the headphones of subject. The signal represents a series of electromagnetic oscillations characteristic of healthy organs. Every human body possesses its own particular spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations. The question regarding the state of the health can be explored, and in response to a question, the subject’s brain provides an answer, which is then perceived by the sensors. The outcome represents the state of the body organism.
The Vector provides a response with no use of radiation. The communication is simple, effective, and information gathered about the organs provides an accurate analysis, thus enabling the recognition of changes at the cellular level prior to the manifestation of a serious illness.