A Brief History of Bioresonance

Matter is Energy whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses.
– Albert Einstein


The roots of Bio-Resonance go back as early as 1879 when a Russian scientist, N.E. Vedensky studied the impact of certain frequencies on cells, nerves and organs.

Then in 1920, the scientist, Royal R Rife, a master of many scientific disciplines, began experiments using electronic frequencies on viruses and bacteria. Previous to that time, microbes were invisible, but using his powerful microscopes (his inventions), he was able to see them.

Employing the principle (determined by Alexander Gavrilovich Gurwitsch some years earlier) that every multicellular organism has an electromagnetic field created by single cells, Dr Rife invented a healing device that generated electromagnetic waves.

He found that it successfully treated many diseases, including cancer. In 1934 he used it on 16 terminally ill cancer patients in California.  After three months, 14 were able to discontinue treatment; the final two continued for a further four weeks. Of the 16 patients who came to Dr Rife with end-stage cancer, all were sent home cancer free.

What is interesting to note, is that since the frequency of unhealthy cells is different to that of healthy cells, regardless of the intensity of the frequency used to eradicate the cancerous cells, the surrounding healthy cells remained undamaged.

Scientists at Yale, including a Professor Burr, in 1940-1945, proved that all living organisms have an electromagnetic field. Then in 1975, German biophysicist, F. A. Popp, showed that homeopathic substances are effective because of their vibration patterns and that all biological processes in organisms occurred through the electromagnetic interaction of cells.

In the 1970’s three Germans, a medical doctor, an electronics engineer, and a biophysicist – Franz Morell, Eric Rasche, and Ludger Mersmann, respectively – built on this information when they combined to develop, a manual biofeedback therapy device called the MORA.  It used electrodes on the skin to pick up information on the body’s energy, and then to raise the energy levels and thus counteract disease.

Hans Brügemann, a colleague of Morell, took things a significant step further in 1987, by computerising and automating the operation. During the marketing of his new device, called the BICOM, he coined the term Bio Resonance.

In 1976, yet, another German, Paul Schmidt, a brilliant engineer, whose creative and innovative ideas led to over 300 commercial patents and the “Order of the Federal Republic of Germany”, started studying various types of frequencies and their effects on the human body.

For many years Schmidt carried out experiments on humans, plants and animals, using a frequency generator, to discover how best to achieve harmonisation.

His findings led him to develop his resonator, the Sanotron, which users affectionately nicknamed the Wonderbox. The Sanatron is still the centrepiece of all modern Rayonex Bio-Resonance devices.

In 1982, to carry on developing and perfecting his Bio-Resonance According to Paul Schmidt device/s, Schmidt founded the Rayonex Biomedical GmbH Company.

In a nutshell, instead of creating a square or triangle shaved wave pattern to send back to the body to kill pathogens, Rayonex creates a sine wave which is more natural and harmonious to the body. And this is how Bio-Resonance According to Paul Schmidt works to tune the body back to balance.

Today, the Bio-Resonance According to Paul Schmidt system of health assessment, harmonisation and related products are employed in 42 countries across the globe. In Germany alone, they are used and recommended by over 5500 naturopaths and doctors.

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