EAV and Bioresonance – eBook: Table of Contents

This book is about facts. We avoid lengthy prose wherever possible. Therefore the book is divided in sections for each main topic. These section are like building blocks which logically and step-by-step draw the whole picture. Each section begins with an illustration to help the understanding, similar to a live seminar. You will find almost no cross links to other sections. This way, even the more complex subjects are easy to learn and use in the daily practice.

This is what you will learn

Section / IllustrationTopicPage
Illustration 1A stable organism can balance out...11
Illustration 2Treatment methods12
Illustration 3Bioresonance basic regulation13
Bioresonance basic application16
How long should the basic application be?17
Illustration 4Principles of EAV19
Illustration 5Dr. Voll's scale of EAV22
The normal EAV reading22
"Pathognomonic" readings22
The high reading23
The low reading25
The needle drop26
The needle rise29
Illustration 6The Priorities in EAV30
Illustration 7The EAV Measurement Nodes on the Hands33
The EAV measurement nodes on the hands, Part 133
Where do we actually have to carry out our EAV measurements?33
Lymphatic System Meridian, LY35
Lungs Meridian, LU36
Large/Small Intestine Meridian, LI/SI37
The EAV measurement nodes on the hands, Part 239
Nerve degeneration/Nerve System Meridian, NS39
Pericardium Meridian (PE)40
The measurement nodes on the hands, Part 343
Allergy Meridian, AL43
Organ degeneration Meridian, OD44
Endocrine System Meridian, TW45
Heart Meridian, HT46
Illustration 8The EAV measurement nodes on the feet48
Spleen Meridian, SP48
Pancreas Meridian, PA48
Liver Meridian, LV49
Gall Bladder Meridian, GB49
Fatty organ degeneration Meridian, FD50
Joints Meridian, JT50
Stomach Meridian, ST51
Connective tissue degeneration Meridian, CT52
Skin Meridian, SK53
Kidneys Meridian, KI54
Bladder Meridian, BL54
Illustrations 9 and 10The EAV Verification Nodes56
The node-search assistant57
Illustration 11How do we perform our EAV measurements?58
The parabolic electrode60
The Kramer electrode61
Illustrations 12 and 13Skin or node?62
Illustration 14Basic EAV Measurement66
Illustration 15EAV Resonance Test Part 169
The discovery69
The definition70
Structure is important72
Where shall I start?73
Which test sample to choose?74
Illustration 16How to Prepare Test Drops75
Illustration 15EAV Resonance Test, Part 282
Cellular phones and PCs85
The "erasing ampoule"86
Test kits for EAV and Bioresonance87
Illustration 17Transferring Test Substances by Bioresonance88
In-phase (A) or inverse (Ai)?89
Enough time for the transfer?91
Testing at the pericardium meridian92
. . . it was too much. What then?93
Regarding liquids93
Constant mode93
General recommendation93
The resonance points94
Suddenly high readings at the endocrine or lymphatic system nodes95
How long does bioresonance last?96
Illustration 17aEAV Resonance test: Bioresonance programs97
Meridian programs97
Special programs98
Illustration 17bEAV Resonance test: The Wave Scanner100
Illustration 18Types of Allergies103
Type 1 allergies103
Further types of allergies104
Illustration 19The rules for allergies, Part 1105
Perform a basic regulation105
Assess the general status105
Testing for allergens108
Illustration 20Inverse transfer of test substances111
Transferring single allergens112
Illustration 19The rules for allergies, Part 2114
Illustration 21Weakening an "allergy engram."115
Many transfers seem necessary116
Emergency kits116
The rules for allergies, Part 3117
Illustration 22Measuring inverse (Ai) test substances117