Bodysonic MRA Body Health Analyzer
Until the Dr. Masaru Emoto wrote about Magnetic Resonance Analysing technology in his best seller books, this technology and its applications were known by only a few. Dr Emoto became famous for his work on capturing images in water. This effect on water was given the name the ‘Hado’ effect. He describes it as follows, quote: “Hado is the intrinsic vibration pattern at the atomic level in all matter, the smallest unit of energy. Its basis is the energy of human consciousness”.
He wrote several books on his studies, the first one was “The Message from Water” that was published in 1999. This book and its subsequent follow up books such as “The Hidden Messages in Water” all became international bestsellers.
Essentially, Dr. Emoto captured water’s ‘expressions.’ He developed a technique using a very powerful microscope in a very cold room along with high-speed photography, to photograph newly formed crystals of frozen water samples. Not all water samples crystallize however. Water samples from extremely polluted rivers directly seem to express the ‘state’ the water is in.
Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words show brilliant, complex, and colourful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thoughts, forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colours.
On page 9 of “The Message from Water”, Emoto wrote: “My first encounter with the study of water was when I became acquainted with Dr. Lee H. Lorenzen . . . Since the encounter with Dr. Lorenzen, I had become attracted to the study of water and wanted to know more about the properties of water. I wondered if there were any machines that could measure and see water. It was at this time that through Dr. Lorenzen, I learned about a machine that could measure HADO, called an MRA, Magnetic Resonance Analyzer. It was after this discovery that my research started to advance with increasing speed. The MRA was used in the USA at that time for homeopathy (apopular alternative therapy in Germany). The minute that I saw this machine, an idea flashed through my mind that it could be used in the study of “micro-cluster water” (Magnetic Resonance Water), so I brought it back to Japan as an instrument that could hopefully contribute to my research. As a result, “HADO water” which transcribes HADO information by MRAs in micro-cluster water, that Dr. Lorenzen produced at my request, demonstrated that the physical condition of people can be improved by water”.
The next reference to the MRA appears on page 121 of the book. Emoto wrote: “A machine, “MRA (Magnetic Resonance Analyzer),” which measures various states of HADO, encodes the unique energy pattern of each substance and checks whether it resonates or not, was first developed in the USA 12 years ago. This machine that makes the measurement of HADO possible is called the Magnetic Resonance Analyzer (MRA).
On page 122, Emoto wrote: “HADO measuring instruments, including the MRA (currently, there are many types of HADO measuring instruments, including some domestic models), have HADO transcribing functions. The measurement first starts when the MRA puts out a faint resonance magnetic field, which is then transmitted to the subject and substances to be measured. Then the existence of resonance is checked. By amplifying the output of the measuring instrument HADO information can be transcribed. The information is transcribed onto water because water has the highest retention capacity of information. We also tried transcribing and photographing an immunity code (HADO information of normal immune strength) on to tap water and dam water with the MRA.
Dr. Reinhold Voll
In the early 1950s, Reinhold Voll, a German medical doctor, developed an electronic testing device for finding acupuncture points electrically. He was successful in finding acupuncture points and demonstrating that these points, known to Chinese acupuncturists for millennia, had a different resistance to a tiny electrical current passed through the body, than did the adjacent tissues. Many other researchers have also verified that electrical conductance at the acupuncture points is significantly greater than the surrounding tissue. Voll then began a lifelong search to identify correlations between disease states and changes in the electrical resistance of the various acupuncture points. He thought that if he could identify electrical changes in certain acupuncture points associated with certain diseases, then he might be able to identify those diseases more easily, or earlier, when treatment intervention was likely to be more effective. Voll was successful in identifying many acupuncture points related to specific conditions and published a great deal of information about using acupuncture points diagnostically. (Until Voll, these points had been used mainly for treatment). He found, for example, that patients with lung cancer had abnormal readings on the acupuncture points referred to as lung points.
Voll discovered that certain acupuncture points showed abnormal readings when subjects were reacting allergically. He made several serendipitous discoveries related to “allergy” testing. He noted some unusual readings on certain acupuncture points when a patient had a bottle of medicine in his pocket. He could remove the bottle and consistently get different readings when the bottle was in his pocket compared to when it was not. At first he was baffled as to how a closed bottle of medicine outside the body could affect the acupuncture readings. It was even more baffling when he discovered that the glass bottle of medicine could change the readings when it was in contact anywhere along the closed electric circuit involved with the testing procedure. Voll and his colleagues then began work to identify the nature of these strange phenomena. They inserted a metal plate into the circuit and demonstrated that many substances that prelude changes in acupuncture point readings when ingested could produce the same changes when placed on the plate (even in closed glass bottles). They assumed that there must be some kind of electro-magnetic energy being emitted from the substances, and that these energy fields somehow travelled along the electric circuit to the body (perhaps like the energy waves representing a person's voice travels along the electric circuitry of a telephone line).
Robert O. Becker
Robert Otto Becker (May 31, 1923 − May 14, 2008) was a U.S. orthopedic surgeon and researcher in electrophysiology/ electromedicine. He worked mainly as professor at Upstate Medical Center in State University of New York, Syracuse, and as Director of Orthopedic Surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, New York. Becker was known for his work in bioelectricity and leading the early opposition to high-voltage power lines. Becker has been credited with furthering the awareness of the scientific community to the study of electric potentials in organisms. His work showed that living organisms and animals show a direct current of electric charge which is measurable from their body surface. In the 1960s Becker's research also showed that living bone can piezoelectrically generate electric potentials, which led to work on using electricity in the treatment of ununited fractures.He was the author of the following books:
Electromagnetism and Life. State University of New York Press, Albany 1982, ISBN 0-87395-560-9The Body Electric.
Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life (with Gary Selden). Morrow, New York 1985, ISBN 0-688-06971-1Cross Currents.
The Promise of Electromedicine, the Perils of Electropollution. Torcher, Los Angeles 1990, ISBN 0-87477-536-1
Georges Lakhovsky (Born1869 in the Russian Empire and died 1942 in New York City, USA) was a Russian engineer, scientist, author and inventor.
Georges Lakhovsky published books and articles that claimed and attempted to demonstrate that living cells emit and receive electromagnetic radiations at their own high frequencies. In 1925 Lakhovsky wrote a Radio News Magazine article entitled "Curing Cancer with Ultra Radio Frequencies." In 1929 while in France he was the author of a book "The Secret of Life: Electricity, Radiation and Your Body" (French) in which he claimed and attempted to demonstrate that good or bad health was determined by the relative health of these cellular oscillations, and bacteria, cancers, and other pathogens corrupted them, causing interference with these oscillations.
Dr. Royal Raymond Rife
Dr. Royal Raymond Rife (16 May, 1888 – 5 August, 1971) was an American inventor and early exponent of high-magnification time-lapse cine-micrography.
Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, ‘genius scientist’, trained for six years at the Carl Zeiss Optical Company in Germany and became the inventor of powerful microscopes, leading to the discovery of a revolutionary therapy for viral diseases. Rife reasoned that if he was going to find a cure for diseases such as cancer it was important to be able to see the live virus that caused the disease. The first of several highly advanced microscopes was built in 1920. Noting that certain microorganisms absorbed different frequencies of light, he invented a system of rotating prisms to stain the specimen with light. Extrapolating from this resonant effect of light, he experimented with electromagnetic radio waves and discovered that for each type of virus there was a particular frequency that would cause its disruption.