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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Measuring EMF for Diagnosis-Adequacy of the Electric and Magnetic Measurements

Submission: April 16, 2018; Published: May 17, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2018.05.000608

ISSN: 2576-8816
Volume5 Issue2

Abstract

As our science and medicine develop farther, we will start seeing better the ruling and regulating role of the human nonlinear EMF and its importance for our health and wellbeing. I have a sensitive patented energy meter measuring the electrical component of the human EMF and I have been doing measurement with it for the last 40 years. This allows me to march ahead of my time. In this article, we show the adequateness of the magnetic and electric measurement, i.e. when we measure, it doesn’t matter are we measuring the electric or the magnetic component of the human EMF. Dr. Methvin used magnets combined with kinestiziology for diagnosis, i.e. to find the points that need to be treated to bring back the magnetic balance and restore the health. I was doing electrical measurements with my sensitive patented energy meter to find the electrical imbalance. Both methods found that the same points need to be treated to restore the balance and bring back the health. This proved that measurements of both the magnetic and the electrical components of the human EMF are equally valuable tools for diagnosis and they recommend treatment of the same points for healing.

Keywords: Using magnets for diagnosis; Using electrical measurement for diagnosis; Magnets to find way of healing; Electrical measurements to find way of healing; Adequate results with magnetic or electric measurements

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