Bioscan SWA

Bioscan SWA

The bioscan-SWA contains/combines live computer science, biophysics, electrical engineering and high-tech science. Electrical engineering is used to measure the very low magnetic field of human cells based on the theory of the scalar-physics findings.

The bioscan-SWA analysis is a similar functionality compared to the cell communication within the human body. Because of this functionality, it is possible to capture information about imbalances, stress and regulation (defect and excess) of our energetic body field.

The bioscan-SWA allows full body analysis and provides results for over 250 parameters taken during a measurement time of 90 seconds.

How it works

After a therapist has performed a Bioscan analysis they will naturally want to compare the results to a blood test. Generally they will find a completely contrary picture in comparison to the blood test. A typical example is when looking at the thyroid. So what is the reason for this strong discrepancy between blood tests (usually showing underfunction) and the Bioscan (usually showing an overfunction)?

Primarily, one needs to get an understanding of exactly how the measurements are made. The scalar wave measurement taken with the Bioscan sends out a high frequency wave together with a low frequency modulated wave via the nervous system (a single cable system according to Tesla) into the body and receives an intracellular response from the cell, from the DNA. This response is then recorded by the software and interpreted for us. You can compare this with the analogy of shouting in the mountains and then waiting to hear the echo. Overall over 250 different signals are sent out to the organs and either a strong or weak frequency is received back which can be used to determine the health of the organs.

In a material environment, vibrations and spiritual thoughts don’t play a measurable role. The investigations of Masaru Emoto are a great help in understanding the intangible. Emoto has been engaged in the study of water since the beginning of the 1990’s. He was of the opinion that water could record and store the effects of thoughts, feelings (vibrations) and from DNA. He was able to demonstrate this through his experiments.

Since every person has their very own and unique DNA, it is this that enables tele-diagnosis, tele-therapy and telepathy which are related to resonance and lower vibrations. Here in the West we do not have instruments to measure these phenomena but they can be measured and shown indirectly with NLS systems like Bioscan.

The original concept behind the Bioscan-SWA is related to the understanding of cell communication and it’s effects within and between the cells. Russian research and development has helped to promote its development and application.

Renowned scientists like Niels Bohr, Prof. Dr. Konstantin Meyl, Erwin Schroedinger, Carl Friedrich von Weizaecker and many others have, through their research in quantum mechanics, laid the foundation for scalar technology.

An attempt to explain the effects of radiation and vibrations on living organisms becomes clear when mitochondria and ATP (Adenosine triphosphate, the universal energy holder in the organism)  are looked at. There are over one trillion (1,000,000,000,000,000) mitochondria in the living organism and these are responsible for the creation of ATP. Mitochondria have their own DNA, whose ring molecules are antennae for vibrations. Since these structures are unimaginably small and hence only the very shortest wavelengths and smallest amplitudes are suitable. With these frequencies, or rather, for such frequency patterns, resistance decreases within a few millimetres and so distances of several millimetres do not produce resistance. The wide band width system is important along with the inverse phase between base and signal. Matter works with energy, vibration and resonance and seen physically these are very small scalar waves (longitudinal waves) such as contained in homeopathy, homeopathic remedies, medicines and supplements.

In a blood analysis we are testing to measure what substances (minerals, blood cells, hormones etc) are present in the blood. It is only a momentary image of the blood at that point in time, whereas the Bioscan analysis is showing a longer term situation within the body. Naturally, this is also only a momentary record but in comparison to other tests methods such as Oligoscan, that with minerals about 3 months is needed before changes become clearlyvisible in both systems. For this reason daily testing is superfluous and only detracts from desired results. Let us take the reaction patterns according to Hans Selye which show that an impulse (in this case a measurement) triggers a 3 day ‘shock reaction’ followed by a 4 day ‘opposing shock reaction’ (assuming that the hormonal glands are in a state of health). In accordance to this pattern one can say that an impulse, independent of type, needs approximately one week processing time within the organism. Hence one should not retest more frequently than weekly! The same applies to a blood test. If we analyse the blood in the morning it would be different to blood taken in the afternoon or evening. This would especially apply to the regulators – namely the hormones since they have fluctuations throughout the day (take the cortisol levels and its daily profile as an example).

When the Bioscan-SWA indicates an excess of thyroid hormone it indicates that the organism ‘is under pressure’ and it cannot utilise it’s hormones. Additionally we see an over function in the TSH values (lowered readings).

Yet a blood test may show an underfunctioning of the thyroid. Why? When a system is under pressure the organism will try to establish homeostasis via it’s regulatory systems, in this case the blood and it would not add more pressure to the system since it would otherwise crash. The natural reaction, within the regulatory element, is to reduce the hormones since there is already an excess within the organism. Further, if the organism is deficient in zinc or selenium then the hormones cannot absorbed by the cells.

In such cases, we have seen that by halving the amount of medication (L-Thyroxine) and adding in a selenium supplement, the problem is resolved. It was possible to validate this with bioton-metre measurements. When thyroid hormones are substituted, a supplementation of, for example, selenium in the morning and zinc in the evening corrects the overfunction that was measured with the Bioscan.

This is different in the case of the blood sugar protocol. Here the intracellular blood values HbA1c (glycated Haemoglobin) are measured in the blood tests, the same as with the Bioscan. Interestingly in both of these methods there is a correlation.

Hence if a method is used in the blood analysis that measures the intra-cellular values, the bioscan measurements correlate. There is need for caution however – Bioscan only reports blood glucose levels above 8.6.  The HbA1c is generally “marginal” with values over 9 indicating  Diabetes Type II.

Magnesium deficiencycan be measured via the intracellular magnesium in the erythrocytes which can be confirmed by the Bioscan measurements. Yet here one must pay attention to the indicators that show a “hidden lack of magnesium” e.g. low oxygen consumption of the heart.

Interestingly there is a further phenomena that needs to be taken into consideration – vitamin  levels in the blood. Often we have seen that patients have very high levels of vitamin D in the blood tests yet the Bioscan reading shows a lowered level of vitamin D3. There can be several causes for this :

  1. The type of vitamin D (producer dependent) that is being supplemented which can be measured in the blood, but cannot be absorbed by the cells. This can often also be seen with zinc and this is due to the composition of the zinc being used e.g. only 1% of zinc-gluconate can be metabolised, whereas zinc-citrate approx 60% can be metabolised, and hence has a much higher bio-availability.
  2. Can be due to an inability of the liver or kidneys to metabolise the vitamin D. This occurs most often
  3. There is a magnesium deficiency; vitamin D needs magnesium in order to be activated

The next case is when the Bioscan reading measures sufficient vitamin D and yet the blood test shows a deficiency.

One needs to understand the physiology or function of vitamin D. Vitamin D is a hormone which helps the body, amongst other functions, to extract calcium from the gut or the bones. Previously we had a ratio of 1:1 or 2:1 calcium to magnesium yet now we have a ratio of 10:1 / 15:1 calcium: magnesium. Assuming that the body would calcify from an excess of calcium then it becomes clear why the organism would lower the vitamin D levels in order not to assimilate further calcium. Incidentally, Electro-smog causes an activation of the calcium-ion channels which leads to an increased flow of calcium into the cells. The calcification of the cells and especially the mitochondria can only be prevented and altered with magnesium. In this way we create a magnesium deficiency. Please take into account the present hype of foods with high calcium content.

These few examples should give us the impulse to look away from the known and standard thought processes and to help us to experiment and research from another perspective and as always to look for the deeper causative factors that lead to deficiencies or excesses.