Bioresonance Devices such as Mora and Bicom
Current theories about Bioresonance are unrealistic. Simple inversion of signals is not enough.Bioresonance was developed in the early seventies when microelectronics was just making its debut and it was only “logical” that accordingly one would also perceive the human body as a complex electronic circuitry made up of conductors, capacitors and inductances. In a way, this was an extension of EAV, the work of Dr. Voll who was the creator of EDS and who used DC currents to diagnose disease states via conductivity measurements of different body points.The assumption made by the creators of Bioresonance was that if the body is mainly electrical circuitry, disease must be found in the distortion of electrical signals as they travel through this circuitry. Obviously although we can measure that living cells create electrical potential and currents flow via different pathways through the body, we have no idea what different waveforms mean apart from some rudimentary assumptions about some generalized categories of brain and cardiac rhythms. Oscilloscope views of actual signals in the tissues look like electric noise without any traceable regularities.The early pioneers of bio-resonance were not discouraged by these complications and made the bold approximation that if they sampled this electric noise at any point on the body and then fed it through a simple electronic phase shifter that would effectively invert the signal and then feed it back to the client, this might cure his disease. And in fact Bioresonance has proven to be useful in a wide variety of disease conditions and so it was assumed that the theory was right and that that was what actually happened.
Physicists could never follow this logic, but also from a common sense point of view it is hard to believe that the root cause of disease is an electrical signal that, if inverted, removes the disease. A much more likely explanation is that the electrical signal is kind of a representation of the state of health, just like the facial expression tells us much about a person’s state, and that feeding back this signal acts like a mirror that triggers self awareness and thus, indirectly, a healing process. This theory is reaffirmed by the observation of researchers who worked with so-called bio-circuits that were essentially only wires connected between different parts of the body and, by this simple means and without any devices involved, could be curative in many cases.
Along the same line of reasoning, bio-resonance has become more elaborate in that current Bioresonance devices usually contain an EDS part for analysis as well as electric filters to selectively filter out specific frequency bands. What the different treatment programs for individual diseases are in fact doing is never made public, but some are talking about disease-specific signatures that have been recorded and are played back. Truly, if such electrical signatures existed, they would make the diagnosis of disease very simple and any other lab work outdated; however the reality is much more complex and at the present moment all that we can see electronically is incomprehensible noise.
Inergetix-CoRe is going in a new direction in Bioresonance in that it is actually applying specific frequencies to the body and then registering the response on the informational level. If the resonance is high or low this will, depending on the selected treatment mode, trigger a specific response from the system. Therefore, rather than just assume that the best is always a simple inversion of the existing pattern – as is done in traditional Bioresonance procedures, the Inergetix-CoRe System goes into a feedback loop where it asks the body whether or not it wants more of a specific frequency.
Free Bicom/Mora Device comparison and Inergetix-CoRe™ demo
The Inergetix-CoRe System compared with Bioresonance (such as Bicom/Mora) and EAV/EDS (such as Avatar and Dermatron) devices
Most Bioresonance and EAV systems today comprise a database of virtual remedies for testing and treating, and in this respect they are similar to Inergetix-CoRe. However, the difference is that they use a point probe for ‘measuring’, stating that this is a physical process. The readings change greatly with almost imperceptible differences in the speed of application of the point. In this way, these instruments work as a sophisticated pendulum and depend on the manual and intuitive development of the practitioner.
(this image below shows the Bicom system equipment)
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(this image below shows the Mora system)
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