Wrap your body in a magnetic field

Miracle of Magnetics
by Dr. William Pawluk, MD, MSc.
The human body floats in a sea of magnetic fields - those of the earth, moon, sun, and other galactic fields. The body is full of magnetic materials. Every cell and atom of the body is a small magnetic dynamo. The body's fields, which are very tiny, are measured in devices called SQUIDS. The earth's field is 100,000 times or more stronger than the body's! We are so dependent on the earth's fields that astronauts in space for long periods require artificial magnetic fields to maintain health
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Magnetic fields penetrate the body as if it were air. Nothing in the body stands in the way of a magnetic field. The body is 70% or more water, which doesn't reduce or block magnetic fields. A strong magnet held on one side of the hand can easily deflect a compass needle on the other side of the same hand.

SQUIDS show that tissues exposed to magnets have enhanced magnetic signals afterward for some time. Various types of magnets produce these effects. They include permanent magnets, such as flat magnetic pads and electromagnets of various kinds, such as MRI machines and nerve conduction testing devices.

Magnetics act on the body in many ways:

They affect some chemical processes within and between cells. Chemists use sensitive magnetic equipment to measure simple and complex molecules. Researchers at Harvard found that salt water passes a membrane quicker with a magnetic field.
They can affect nerve signals. High strength magnets can cause anesthesia, through a principle in physics called the Hall effect. Dr. Robert Becker (author of Body Electric) put salamanders to sleep before surgery with electromagnets more safely than anesthetics. Magnets can stop epileptic seizures. They are also used to study and map nerve structures deep in the brain, normally only accessible during brain surgery.

I hope the above has helped to inform you about the exciting new field of biomagnetics which has great potential to help people. We are clearly seeing a new day in medical sciences and health care with the expanded awareness and use of complementary techniques of care.

Several books have been written on magnetic therapy. Check your library or bookstore.


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Originally presented in Baltimore Resource Journal, Vol 9, No. 2, Summer 1995, Baltimore Maryland. Dr. William Pawluk, MD, MSc has been a Board-certified family doctor since 1974, has training in acupuncture, hypnosis and homeopathy and is on the faculty at Hopkins. .

Wrap your body in a magnetic field

USING A

Rife/Crane system with the electric blanket option for
meditation, stress relief, blood pressure, hypertension


Passing the Rife/Crane frequency through the body via plasma type tubes ur through the feet or hands via copper plates, is the normal way to facilitate a frequency through the body.
As the Body is very sensitive to magnetic fields, you can now wrap the body in your chosen frequency, using a simple electric blanket, and the Rife/Crane ces (RCS) unit.therfore encouraging
We have developed a system that plugs into your Rife/Crane unit, and allows
the induction of any magnetic field chosen.

Set your computer to run at
these suggeted frequencies

14hz for 30 seconds
12hz for 30 seconds

10hz for 30 seconds
7.82hz for 300 seconds
4.5hz for 300 seconds



one could also use the CES ear clips
at the same time ...
see

CYCLES PER SECOND (HERTZ), and Correspondences to MENTAL STATES,

Early in the 20th century, there was a discovery that minute electrical pulses, one milliampere (mA) or less, directly applied to the head, could affect human perception and the brain.. Pulses were used to promote relaxation and sleep. This line of research was further developed and refined by the Soviets beginning in 1949, treating sleep disorders, and later moved into using pulses to relieve some psychological and emotional conditions like depression and anxiety.

Rife/Crane system with the electric blanket option for back problems

Turn your electric blanket into a magnetic field

 

A few suggested frequencies.

Backache and spasms (1) - 120, 212, 240, 424, 465, 528, 760, 727, 787, 880,
1550, 2112, 5K, 10K

Back pain (1) - 9.3, 9.4, 9.6, 7.6, 7.7, 3, 0.5, 432, 465, 727, 728, 776,
784, 787
suggested run time 3 mins per frequency


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How well did you sleep last night?
Millions of People regularly suffer from sleep difficulties. Are you one of them?

Rife/Crane system with the electric blanket option for Deep Sleep
lay in a tuned magnetic field for deep rest/Sleep

The effects of these magnetic inductions may also include
a. Relaxation of tense muscle tissue
b. Muscle repair and toning
c. Ion transfer; calcium, potassium and sodium balance
d. Balancing of energy flow in the body

Insomnia1.0, 3.59, 3, 7.83, 10, 1550, 1500,
880, 802, 6000, 304
hz

Or Set yout computer to ramp down from 14hz to 1hz in 30 second intervals

 

Rife/Crane system with the electric blanket option
wrap your body in a magnetic field for many health problems

Sitting in a tuned magnetic field
This is a compilation of frequencies from many sources.
RIFE FREQUENCIES

laying in a tuned magnetic field

CRANE FREQUENCIES

How Magnetic Fields Affect The Body Part 4 by Edward A. Hacmac, D.C.

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Another scientist whose comprehensive studies of magnetic fields and healing have been widely published is Physicist/Psychologist Dr. Buryl Payne, inventor of the first biofeedback instruments and former professor at Boston University and Goddard College. His recent books, The Body Magnetic and Getting Started in Magnetic Healing have served as authoritative handbooks for professionals and lay people alike.
According to Dr. Payne, sensitive research instruments have allowed scientists to document some of the ways magnetic fields affect living organisms. He cites specific factors now known to be involved in magnetic healing. Among them are:

Increased blood flow with resultant increased oxygen- carrying capacity, both of which are basic to helping the body heal itself;
Changes in migration of calcium ions which can either bring calcium ions to heal a broken bone in half the usual time, or can help move calcium away from painful, arthritic joints;
The pH balance (acid/alkaline) of various body fluids (often out of balance in conjunction with illness or abnormal conditions) can apparently be altered by magnetic fields;
Hormone production from the endocrine glands can be either increased or decreased by magnetic stimulation; Altering of enzyme activity and other biochemical processes.
As an example of specific effects created when a magnetic field is applied to the body, below are typical changes that have been documented:

Electricity is generated in blood vessels;
Ionized particles increase in the blood;
Autonomic nerves are excited;
Circulation is improved.
To better understand the implications of providing the body with an adequate magnetic environment, it is important to understand the basic movement of certain body fluids and their role in health and disease.

In a somewhat simplified explanation, as the heart pumps approximately 80 times per minute, blood in the arteries forces nutrient-laden liquid through pores in the capillaries into the cell area to nourish the cells. (This liquid is called plasma while it is in the bloodstream and is re-named "lymph" once it leaves the bloodstream.)

The blood proteins in the vessels have a high affinity for water, and aid in pulling liquid back into the blood vessels. Through the venous system, the "used" blood is returned to the heart and lungs for purification and recharging.

Because each individual cell, and the body as a whole, is an electrical generator, the cells must have oxygen to convert glucose into energy, and the balance of potassium/sodium within each cell must remain correct to keep the generators going.

The blood plasma contains numerous cells and protein molecules suspended in it. Under ordinary conditions, the normal blood pressure causes some of the blood proteins to continually seep through the tiny capillary pores into the spaces around the cells. There is not enough pressure in the cells to push these proteins back through the pores, so they must be continually removed and returned to the blood stream via the lymphatic system.

Pain and disease begin when conditions cause the capillary pores to dilate and allow the escape of significant quantities of blood proteins into the cellular area. This crowding of the proteins attracts fluid (inflammation), causes pain, and deprives some of the cells in the area of proper oxygen and nutrients, resulting in poor cellular functioning. These malfunctioning cells, if not carried away and disposed of by the lymphatic system, begin to destroy healthy cells and may keep proliferating into cancer or reenter the bloodstream and cause leukemia.

If the lymphatic system completely fails to function and these blood proteins become trapped throughout the body, death can occur within hours.

According to Dr. C. Sarnuel West, chemist and internationally recognized lymphologist, trapped blood proteins are the one common denominator present in all pain and disease...

In citing circumstances which can cause trapped blood proteins, Dr. West lists the following: shallow breathing, improper exercise, shock, stress, anger, fear, tea, coffee, liquor, tobacco, drugs, salt, sugar, fat, high-cholesterol food, too much meat and others.

Many years of research and clinical application have shown that the simple introduction of a magnetic field can provide stimulation and enhancement of the lymphatic system, as well as every cell within the body. The magnetic field does not heal; it merely aids the cells in creating an optimum environment in which the body can begin to heal itself. Between the circulatory, lymphatic and neurological effects, outstanding advances in health can be obtained.

Many biomagnetic practitioners are now offering education, treatment, and magnetic devices to those seeking alternative health care. Among the most viable of these options is a magnetic sleep system developed in Japan. Users are able to sleep nightly within a cocoon of balanced magnetic energy to revitalize their bodies, with the system providing ongoing effectiveness levels. Manufacturers of these magnetotherapeutic mattresses are claiming that the use of their products replaces the magnetism lost through natural decay, interference caused by electromagnetic fields and metallic structures in our environments.

 

Depression
Depression (due to drugs or toxins) - 1.1, 73hz
Depression (due to outside circumstances) - 3.5, 787hz
Depression, anxiety, trembling, weakness - 3.5, 800hz


CES

Early in the 20th century, there was a discovery that minute electrical pulses, one milliampere (mA) or less, directly applied to the head, could affect human perception and the brain.. Pulses were used to promote relaxation and sleep. This line of research was further developed and refined by the Soviets beginning in 1949, treating sleep disorders, and later moved into using pulses to relieve some psychological and emotional conditions like depression and anxiety.


Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is the application of low-level, pulsed electrical currents (usually not exceeding one milliampere), applied to the head for medical and/or psychological purposes. It is primarily used to treat both state (situational) and trait (chronic) anxiety, but it is also indispensable for treating pain patients.
Experimentation with low intensity electrical stimulation of the brain was first reported by Drs. Leduc and Rouxeau of France in 1902. Initially, this method was called electrosleep as it was thought to be able to induce sleep. Since then, it has been referred to by many other names, the most popular being transcranial electrotherapy (TCET) and neuroelectric therapy (NET). Research on using what is now referred to as cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) began in the Soviet Union during the 1950's.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is a simple treatment that can easily be administered at any time. The current is applied by easy-to-use clip electrodes that attach on the ear lobes, or by stethoscope-type electrodes placed behind the ears. In the 1960's and early 1970's, electrodes were placed directly on the eyes because it was thought that the low level of current used in CES could not otherwise penetrate the cranium. This electrode placement has been abandoned over 20 years ago.
Anxiety reduction is usually experienced during a treatment, but may be seen hours later, or as late as one day after treatment. In some people, it may require a series of five to ten daily treatments to be effective.

Cranial electrotherapy stimulation leaves the user alert while inducing a relaxed state. Psychologists call this an alpha state. The effect differs from pharmaceutical treatment in that people usually report feeling that their bodies are more relaxed, while their minds are more alert. Most people experience a feeling that their bodies are lighter, while thinking is clearer and more creative. A mild tingling sensation at the electrode sites may also be experienced. The current should never be raised to a level that is uncomfortable. One 20 minute session is often all that is needed to effectively control anxiety for at least a day, and the effects are usually cumulative. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation may also be used as an adjunct to anxiolytic medication and/or psychotherapy, behavioral modification, and other methods of treatment. For people who have difficulty falling asleep, CES should be used at least three hours before going to bed or the increased alertness may interfere with sleep. It is difficult to adequately describe the CES experience. Only trying it or witnessing its use will do that.
After treatment, there are usually no physical limitations imposed so most people can resume normal activities immediately. Some people may experience a euphoric feeling, or a state of deep relaxation that may temporarily impair their mental and/or physical abilities for the performance of potentially hazardous tasks, such as operating a motor vehicle or heavy machinery, for up to several hours after treatment.
At present, there are over 100 research studies on CES in humans and over 20 experimental animal studies. No significant lasting side effects have ever been reported. Occasional self-limiting headache, discomfort or skin irritation under the electrodes, or lightheadedness may occur.
Reductions in:
blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and heart rate.
anxiety disorders
depression and insomnia

eg
anxiety disorders (5 - 12 Hz),
anxiety disorders . 5 Hz

Do you have joint pain, arthritis, tennis elbow, aching muscles

Your Rife/Crane unit can be used as a TENS

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) works by sending soothing pulses across the surface of the skin and along the nerve fibres. The pulses prevent pain signals reaching the brain, just like a gate not letting anything pass. They also stimulate your body to produce higher levels of its own natural painkillers, called "Endorphins".

Totally safe, totally drug free, leaving you totally in control.
Simply hook your rife crane systen to two small copper disks and place on either
side of the painfull area, plug into the CES function
Put your Altered States rife/crane system on 15 hz for blood flow stimulation
For deep trauma
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COLLOIDAL SILVER, YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM'S BEST FRIEND
Colloidal Silver , which is a solution in which microscopic, electrically charged particles of Silver are in suspension, is known to kill 650 different kinds of pathogens, such as bacteria, fungus, viruses, streptococcus and many others, by inhibiting the enzyme which allow their oxygen metabolism. And it does so in minutes, safely, with no none side effect.

Connect your rife crane systen to two silver rods and place on either
side of the glass of purified water, plug into the CES function.For aproximatly 5 mins
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"In every instance in which colloidal silver has been used by me, it has been successful. Even when antibiotics failed. "
- Albert Cullum, M.D.

"We now have more than twenty patients using colloidal silver. We are getting excellent results in a variety of conditions."
- Dr. W.E. Winslow, Diplomate,
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Take a look at the many different and varied uses for COLLOIDAL SILVER
in everyday health and hygiene:

Spray pet bedding and let dry
Dab on cuts, grazes, rashes, sunburn and razor nicks
Mix a little into your pet's drinking water, birdbaths and cut flower vases
Help reduce tooth decay, mouth sores and bad breath. Colloidal Silver is said to work by eliminating bacteria deep in throat and on back of tongue.
Add to human and/or pet shampoos to gain disinfectant benefits
Add to suspected drinking water when travelling or camping
Spray onto burns for rapid healing without scarring.
Use to sterilise any household items like toothbrushes or washing up brushes
Spray on rubbish to prevent decay odours
Use on kitchen cloths and sponges to wipe down worktops and cutting boards
Dab onto acne
Spray in shoes, between toes, on skin to give relief to skin itches, athletes foot, fungi etc.
Add to bath water, gargle and nasal spray.
Aids recovery from colds, flu, pneumonia, respiratory infections and viruses
Eye and ear infections, warts and some moles vanish (put on plaster and wear overnight each night until gone)
Use with cotton buds on fingernail, toenail, and ear fungi
Spray refrigerator, freezer and food storage bin interiors
Use routinely in laundry final rinse water and always before packing away seasonal clothes
Spray plant foliage to help prevent plant diseases like mould and rot
Wipe telephone mouthpieces, pipe stems, headphones, hearing aids, eyeglass frames, hairbrushes and combs
Excellent for nappies and nappy rash.
Wipe around toilet seats, bowls, tile floors, sinks, door knobs
Kills persistent odours
Rinse invalid's pillowcases, sheets, towels and bedclothes

attention deficit disorder (12 - 14 Hz).

Tinnitus
At the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, the use of CES (CRANIAL electrical stimulation) to treat tinnitus was evaluated in a two experiment study. In experiment 1, 7 males, and 3 females from 23 to 69 years old (mean of 43 years) reported a total of 18 ears with tinnitus. Otological and audiological evaluations revealed all subjects except 1 had varying degrees of sensory hearing loss. 1 - 17 treatments of 50 microamperes Alpha-Stim stimulation(CES) was given at 0.5, 1.0, or 2.0 Hz at 13 sites around the ear for 24 seconds to 2 minutes. The tinnitus was matched after each treatment with simulated sounds from a Norwest SG-1 Tinnitus Synthesizer using an ascending procedure. 6 of the 10 subjects reported at least a 60% improvement in 8 of 18 ears, confirmed by tinnitus matching. 3 additional subjects (3 ears) were undecided whether improvement had occurred. The permanence of improvement lasted from 8 hours to 2 months (last contact with the experimenter).

Post radiation Cancer

King, GE, Scheetz, J, Jacobs, RF, & Martin, JW. Electrotherapy and hyperbaric oxygen: promising treatments for post radiation complications. Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 62(3):331-334, 1989. Also published in the book, Emerging Electromagnetic Medicine, 283-289, edited by ME O'Conner, RHC Bentall and JC Monahan, Springer Verlag, New York, 1990.

37 head and neck cancer patients with postsurgery and radiation sequelae were given 1 - 37 hyperbaric oxygen therapy and Alpha-Stim treatments, or Alpha-Stim treatments alone over a 3 year period at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas. The conditions and treatments of the patients varied so a valid comparison of their treatment modalities was not possible.

After some empirical adjustments it was found that a 50 microampere current at 0.5 Hz provided the best results. Stronger currents seemed to enhance fibrous tissue regeneration and actually made the area "tighter". 3 of 16 maxillary resection patients developed osteoradionecrosis. 2 of those received hyperbaric oxygen, and 1 received Alpha-Stim treatment only. The osteoradionecrosis was resolved in all 3 patients. However, retaining or regaining decreased oral opening did not prove to be enhanced specifically by the treatment protocol.

Bibliography

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation as a Treatment for Anxiety in Chemically Dependent Persons, Richard Schmitt, PhD, Thomas Capo, BS, Elvin Boyd, MD, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Vol. 10, No. 2, 158-160, 1986.

Cranial Electrical Stimulation - CES Reduces Anxiety and Depression, Focus on Alcohol and Drug Issues, Vol. 6, No.1, 1983.

Low Intensity Transcranial Electrostimulation Improves Human Learning of a Psychomotor Task, Richard E. Madden, Ph.D., M.S.W.; & Daniel L. Kirsch, Ph.D., American Journal of Electromedicine, 1987.

The Use of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation in Post-Traumatic Amnesia: A Report of Two Cases, Allen Childs, M.D., M. Lynn Crismon, Pharm.D., Brain Injury, Vol. 2, No. 3, 243-247, 1988.

Confirming Evidence of an Effective Treatment for Brain Dysfunction in Alcoholic Patients, Ray B. Smith, Ph.D., M.P.A, Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, Vol. 170, No. 5, 275-277, 1982.

Depression: A Diagnostic, Neurochemical Profile & Therapy with Cranial Electrical Stimulation (CES), C. Norman Shealy, Roger Cady, Robert Wilkie, Richard Cox, Saul Liss, William Clossen, The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vo. 10, No. 4, 319-321, 1989.

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation Treatment of Cognitive Brain Dysfunction in Chemical Dependence, Richard Schmitt, Ph.D., Thomas Capo, Hal Frazier, M.D., Darrell Boren, J Clin Psychiatry, Vol 45: 60-63, 1984.

New Treatments Offer Hope for Agitated Brain Syndrome, Allen Childs, M.D., The Psychiatric Times, Medicine & Behavior, September 1988.

Electrosleep in the Management of Alcoholism, Ray B. Smith, Lois O'Neill, Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 10, No. 6, 675-679, 1975.

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Electrosleep (Electrical Transcranial Stimulation) in the Treatment of Anxiety, Depression and Sleep Disturbance in Chronic Alcoholics, Richard E. McKenzie, Raymond M. Costello, J. Altered States of Consciousness, Vol. 2 (2), 185-195, 1975-76.

Changes in Urinary Free Catecholamines and 17-Ketosteroids with Cerebral Electrotherapy (Electrosleep), David F. Briones, M.D., Saul H. Rosenthal, M.D., University of Texas Medical School at San Antonia, Texas, 57-58, 1973.

Intracerebral Current Levels in Man During Electrosleep Therapy, A. M. Dymond, R. W. Coger, E.A. Serafetinides, Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 10, No. 1, 101-104, 1975.

Treatment of Methadone Withdrawal with Cerebral Electrotherapy (Electrosleep), Evaristo Gomez, Adib R. Mikhail, Brit J. Psychiat., Vol. 134, 111-113, 1978.

Electrosleep, A Preliminary Communication, Saul H. Rosenthal, M.D., Norman L. Wulfsohn, M.D., The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 151, No. 2, 146-151, 1970.

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The Effects of Cerebral Electrotherapy on Short-Term Memory Impairment in Alcoholic Patients, Ray B. Smith, Eleanor Day, The International Journal of the Addictions, Vol 12 (4). 575-582, 1977.

The Effects of Electrosleep on Insomnia Revisited, Rosalind Dymond Cartwright, Ph.D., Marc F. Weiss, The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 161, No. 2, 134-137, 1975.

The Treatment of Insomnia Through the Use of Electrosleep: An EEG Study, Marc F. Weiss, The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 157, No. 2, 108-120, 1973.

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Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES): A Very Safe and Effective Non-Pharmocological Treatment for Anxiety: A Review of the Literature by Lawrence Paros, and Daniel L. Kirsch, 1997,

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