My path to discovering the low deep frequencies
More than 20 years ago I was suffering from multiple allergies-neurodermatitis, hay fever, asthma and food allergies and was successfully treated with bioresonance by Dr. Thomas Allgeier. From that point on I was captivated by naturopathy and so in 2004 I took my examination to qualify as a naturopath. I then trained in traditional homoeopathy, TCM and craniosacral osteopathy. Unfortunately at the time bioresonance was not an option for me for financial reasons.
3 years ago, Dr. Allgeier died much too soon and so for me and my family a great deal of security was taken out of my life.
This only became clear to me after a few weeks, when in a quiet moment I asked the question why I had been so unsettled since his death.
Mr Allgeier was a very exacting and capable therapist and over many years I learnt how important it is not to simply carry out therapy but to live and continually grow with it.
My gut feeling answer t...
Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Simone Maquinay, Aachen, Germany
At last year’s conference we reported on our experience with new treatment principles involving a new prototype of the BICOM® device. Shortly afterwards we acquired the new BICOM® BICOM optima® and this was followed by a settling in period as we got to grips with the new way of working. We have since boosted our experience with many new patients, investigated further and shared best practices with other experienced therapists. We would like to pass on a few ideas and share our experiences to date with you.
We have since seen a number of reports from therapists detailing their experiences in the low deep frequency range, which we can corroborate from experience in our own practice.
We have received particularly good feedback about the new treatment programs entered by Frau Karz in the fields of Organ therapy, Pain therapy, Immune modulation, Hormone regulation and Treatment blocks. Table 1 summarises the mo...
The aim here is to discuss why the low deep frequencies can be so important. But first of all let us look at what constitutes these frequencies and where they normally occur.
The sensory reaction of the brain to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields is a well known phenomenon in neurobiology.
The pineal gland functions in this connection as a kind of biomagnetic sensor. The pineal gland has several synonyms:
• Corpus pineale
• Cerebral apophysis
• Glandula pinealis
The pineal gland consists mainly of secretory nerve cells and glial cells which produce the hormone melatonin. The pineal gland often contains in its tissue concentrically arranged calcium concrement formations of different sizes. These concrements are often termed „brain sand” and are visible in X-rays of the cranium in the midline.
In earlier times the pineal gland was regarded as the point of connection between the brain and the spirit (René Descartes).
Some followers of Discordianism maintain...