Results of treating intracellular infestation by Borrelia and other micro-organisms

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Miinchen
CURRENT SITUATION
Borrelia infection was originally regarded as an extremely rare disease caused by the spirochetes of Borrelia burgdorferi. It was thought, 30 years ago, that being bitten by a tick which was itself infected with spirochetes was the only transmis-sion route.
Professor of Biology and author of the book "Cell wall deficient forms: stealth pathogens", Lida Mattmann, was able to isolate living Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes from mosquitoes, fleas, termites, from semen, urine, blood and from cere-brospinal fluid. Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes can infest tendons, muscle cells, ligaments and even actual organs directly. In the initial stages of the disease it is not always possible to see the classic red halo around the site of the bite.
Later, the disease may even affect the heart, nervous system, joints and other organs. We now know, and for me this is a very important distinc-tion, that this infection is able to mimic a whole...

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Results of a pilot study into the link between blood parasites and cancer and their successful treatment

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich
Dear colleagues,
It is a special experience for me to report today on the continuation of the research work about which
I presented a paper last year.
This research work, whose theme is the link between blood parasites and cancer, is largely based on the intensive research of two great sci-entists whom I must now respectfully mention and whom I should like to remember for they have made a very valuable contribution to mankind and have, so far, not been recognised by current expert opinion within orthodox medicine. They are Dr. Wilhelm von Bremer, who published the article "Krebs — eine Erregerkrankheit" [Cancer — a pathogenic disease] in the journal "Fortschritte der Medizin" back in 1932. There followed a series of discoveries and publications. Likewise Dr. Alfons Weber who published his findings in 1968 in a series of books, such as "Haben wir potentielle Krebserreger schon im Blut?" [Do we carry potential carcinogenic agents in our blood?]
A...

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Practical application of the 5 element theory using concrete examples

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hannover
Five element theory portrays the connections, interactions and dependencies existing between the meridians. As a result, it contains all the information on the body's regulator y mechanisms and provides the basis for a holistic diagnosis and therapy system.
The term "5 element theory" comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The five elements (fire, earth, metal, water and wood) char - acterise five "energy cycles", each element having four meridians assigned to it.
Alongside the classic meridian partners, classified as either Yin or Yang, Dr. Voll added in his electroacupuncter further meridians that he called vessels.
The meridians in an element are, from an energy viewpoint, linked together inseparably in twos and share an energy exchange. We call these meridian partners and consequently, in each element, we find four meridians, linked together in pairs (Fig. 1).
A meridian is itself a "feedback circuit" of an internal organ.
When a m...

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The fascinating development of bioresonance therapy: Discoveries, research, ideas and hard work

Hans Brugemann, Grafelfing
We are often asked how bioresonance therapy actually came about. Was it through laboratory testing, scientific studies, ideas from quantum physics? None of the above, in fact. Bioresonance therapy developed from observations and experi-ences of both people and patients. Bioresonance therapy therefore comes under to the area of em-pirical healing.
At the beginning there were a number of mis-understandings which were almost impossible to overcome. The same questions were asked time and again: "So, it's like ...", NO! "Then, it must be like ..." NO! Since it was something completely new, there was no question of it being "LIKE" anything else. In order to remedy this and to give this new form of therapy its "own space", in 1979 we came up with the formulation "therapeutic procedure in the field of ultrafine bioenergy".

STARTING POINT
Which were the areas of knowledge gained from experience and observation that allowed bioreso-nance therapy to emerge? Initia...

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Zero point energy and bioresonance — Subatomic communication in the biophoton field of cells

Dr. rer. nat. Hugo Niggli, Treyvaux, Switzerland
F.-A. POPP'S BIOPHOTON CENTRE
The biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp's biophoton centre was set up in the mid 90s near the "museum island" of Hombroich on the former NATO rocket base after the Americans vacated the site following German reunification. The island of Hombroich is a garden paradise, a fantasy world which the founder and initiator Karl-Heinrich Muller developed into a union of art and nature over twenty years ago. Together with the neighbouring rocket launch site he acquired, a centre has grown up here where artists and scientists, each in their own way, explore light and colour in harmony with nature

OPINIONS ON OUR WORLD VIEW
Biophotonics is a biological result of quantum processes, made accessible to a lay audience by Gary Zukav in his book "Die tanzenden Wu Li Meister" [The dancing Wu Li masters], published over twenty years ago by Rowohlt Verlag. "Wu Li", which means "physics" or "structure of or - ganic energy" in C...

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Use of bioresonance therapy in ophthalmology

Dr. med. Ali Kajasi, Wuppertal
INTRODUCTION
The use of bioresonance therapy (BRT) in oph-thalmology is not very widespread. This is all the more surprising since opportunities to use this technique exist in many different areas of oph-thalmology due to the position and role of the eyes.
The eyes occupy a projecting position in the human body. They sit at one of the highest points in the human body. Six of the 12 cranial nerves (optic nerve to facial nerve) are directly associ-ated with supplying the eyes, then there is the vestibulocochlear nerve and the connecting path-ways with the labyrinthine system. Along with the nasal mucous membrane, the connective tissue membrane is the only mucous membrane which is permanently open and consequently represents a main area of attack for airborne pollen and aller-gens. The eyes' proximity to the paranasal sinuses and the upper jaw means that many inflammatory processes and especially amalgam contamination and foreign-body implants in the mout...

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Treating skin disease in animals (dogs, cats, horses) effectively

J. Fiedler, Practising Vet, Baunatal
9-YEAR-OLD HALF-BREED DOG, UNCASTRATED
Case history
Long-standing disorder. Skin disease since puppyhood (from around 9th week) in the form of scabby efflorescences the size of a thumb-nail or, in places, a beer-mat, with severe itching.
The dog appeared listless, had grown thin and its coat had a strong smell.
The classic treatment route had been taken (3 vets, 2 animal hospitals) and traditional treatment had unfortunately been unsuccessful!
Diagnosis with BRT
Some fungal infestation, however primarily "Trichophytes", "chronic intestinal parasites" and an allergy to fungal infection. "Male genital acute" ampoule in 5 element test kit tested positive.
Therapy
Therapy was carried out with the combined test technique according to the rules of bioresonance. Basic therapy, elimination and releasing blocks, then treating the primary problems.
After the 2nd session: hardly any itching, after the 7th and final session: healthy skin, healthy coat...

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The clinic results of Bicom 2000 bio-resonance device

Yuan Ze, M.D. Pediatrics, and Wang Haiyan, Pediatrics, Central Hospital of Xi'an City, China
WHAT IS ALLERGY?
Allergy is an abnormally high sensitivity to cer-tain substances, such as pollen, food, or micro-organisms. Common indications indications of allergy may include sneezing, itching, and skin rashes.
Common allergic diseases
1. Allergy of food
— stomatitis
— IBS
— migraine
— asthma ...
2. Allergy in respiratory tract
— rhinitis
— hay fever ...
3. Allergy in dermatology
— eczema
— urticaria
— contact dermatitis
— neurodermatitis
— allergic purpura
4. Allergy in EENT
— tympanitis
— otalgia [ophthalmia]
— allergic conjunctivitis ...
5. Other
— Rheumatism ...

THE CLINIC THERAPY AND OBSERVATIONS OF BiCom 2000
Place: Pediatrics department, Central hospital of Xi'an
Time: June 2003 — December 2004 (1 1/2, years)
No. of patients: 1639
Results: see Table at top of next page.

Central Hospital of Xi'an City
Judgment of the curative effectiveness
We judge...

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Successful treatment of liver disorders and liver diseases using bioresonance therapy

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Aachen
1. INTRODUCTION
The liver is the largest accessory gland in our digestive system with blood flowing through it at around half a litre per minute. Acting as a large "waste treatment plant" for the body, it is involved in more than 500 different metabolic processes (see Tab. 1).
Table 1: Function of the live

Production of gall (fat digestion)
Fat metabolism (cholesterol, triglycerides)
Carbohydrate metabolism (glycogen storage)
Protein metabolism (carbamide formation)
Metabolisation of the body's own hormones
Inactivation and metabolisation of medication and toxins.

The increasing number of environmental stresses, viral disorders, metabolic and immune system disorders represent an ever-increasing challenge for our patients' liver/gall systems (see Tab. 2).
Table 2: Cause of liver complaints

Metabolic disorders
— Diabetes mellitus
— Storage disorders (e. g. iron, copper)
Toxins
— Alcohol
— Medication
— Environmenta...

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Treating spinal and joint disease with Bicom bioresonance and Bicom chips

Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nicolaos, Crete, Greece
Dear colleagues,
Pain and limited mobility in the region of the spine is now unfortunately a common problem for our patients — as are complaints involving the lungs and bronchi. It is interesting to observe time and again that the two issues are sometimes very closely related to one another. This is also con-firmed above all by the fact that therapy chips have to be applied to a nutrient point in the anterior or posterior lung area following treatment. The zones for vitamin C or vitamin E metabolism (left or right below the clavicle) are most often needed for this — in the back this generally relates to one of the points on the inside of the shoulder blades which is linked to "gold" or "silver". There are not (yet) any therapy programs for these "nutrient points", yet chips very often have to be placed on these zones.

RELEASING BLOCKAGES IN THE AREA OF THE SPINE
The following general setting has proved effective in releasing b...

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