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Biofield Sciences has been developing a premedical, non invasive assessment protocol. This preventative approach has led us to imaging the human biofield, where the early warning signs of disease …

Biofield Sciences has been developing a premedical, non invasive assessment protocol. This preventative approach has led us to imaging the human biofield, where the early warning signs of disease develop. Please visit our website www.biofieldscience.com and have a look at our new Biofield Viewer, www.biofieldviewer.com

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  • 1. Thornton Streeter D.Sc.Science of the human biofield..The Centre for Biofield Sciences.
  • 2. The CBS HQ UNESCO Chair World Peace Centre, MIT Pune and Panjim, India and Colorado, USA.MIT - Pune
  • 3. Centre for Biofield Sciences (CBS).• CBS is creating a tool box of non-invasive assessment technologies to help assist the integrated therapy team in evaluating or triangulating an individuals health trajectory• This process is aided by comparison of scans to CBS’s Atlas of Disease State images. and data that details the stage of onset of each disease state.• We are now moving away from problem and system based medicine to solution based medicine.
  • 4. CBS Has Identified 7 Stages of Each Disease StatePrimary pre-symptomaticSecondary pre-symptomatic Pre-medicalPrimary SymptomaticSymptomatic with painAcute An example of theChronic primary pre-symptomatic Medical stage where earlyTerminal or remission detection can prevent Post-medical disease
  • 5. Nuclear MedicineElectro Magnetic Spectrum • Typical Technological Uses
  • 6. Echogenicity (Speed of Sound) Ultrasound
  • 7. •Bone DensityX-Ray
  • 8. Thermography • Temperature
  • 9. Asymmetries
  • 10. Upper X
  • 11. ES Complex – Electro Interstitial Scanning
  • 12. Follow up of thyroid treatment 1 TSH 9 before treatment dose 80µg
  • 13. REGISTRATION FDA & CE Registration Data File Product Code: HCC Regulation Number: 882.5050 Manufacturer, Specification developer: L.D Technology Biofeedback Class 2 93/42 CEE Class 1 Active, non invasive medical device for diagnostic and monitoring
  • 14. Skeletal, Lymphatic, Nervous andCardiovascular. Pictures from Alex Grey
  • 15. Viscera Human Energy Fields
  • 16. biofield: scientifically investigated.
  • 17. Living systems emit bio-photonsBIOPHOTONS“we are light beings” EinsteinGurvich, Fritz Albert PoppUltra weak photonemissions emitted by allliving systemsExtent of emission reflectsfunctional healthBiophotonic emissionsfrom the hand 300 bpper cm² sec up to10,000 bp per cm² sec
  • 18. Processed and organic bread
  • 19. Fresh food as opposed to stored
  • 20. Microwaves and the apple’s biofield.
  • 21. On the left rat fed on processed cornflakes for 6 weeks the right on organic muesli
  • 22. Taking a set of PIP Biofield ScansImaging the etheric interference In focus
  • 23. The chakras and the auric fieldImaging the psychological fieldOut of focus
  • 24. CBS’s Biofield Viewer tool shows the effects of CAM modalities.
  • 25. Phantom Limb
  • 26. 3D full colour biofield viewer imaging
  • 27. Biofield Viewer• Live biophotonic emission imaging• Chakra Analysis• Research lab. Upgradation• Patient progress monitoring
  • 28. Monitoring of State
  • 29. Fine health vs. loss of balance
  • 30. Each image reveal different issues, in the standard lighting conditions.
  • 31. See how the healers biofield influences the mannequin
  • 32. Biofields: notice the spiders field
  • 33. rudraksh
  • 34. The layers of the atmosphere and the human biofield
  • 35. Joie Jones light sonopuncture 250 msec. 7 sec. Sonopuncture is indistinguishable from needling. Two orders of magnitude faster Vision points than any known biological process.bladder meridian
  • 36. f MRI Assessment of Acupuncture
  • 37. Acuvision-04
  • 38. Stomach meridianafter moxibustion near left shoulder blade.
  • 39. Bonghan Duct is a Nadi• Nadis not confined to skin, but ubiquitous.• Nadi is a concrete duct system through which the liquid containing the granules (Sanal :living granule in Korean) flows.• Sanals aggregate to form cells and cells disintegrated into Sanal.• Sanals function as totipotent stem cells.
  • 40. Intravascular Bonghan ductAcridine orange stain
  • 41. Electron Microscope SEM
  • 42. Bonghan duct
  • 43. Langevin HM, Yandow JA, 2002. Relationship of acupuncture pointsand meridians to connective tissue planes. Anatomical Record
  • 44. Stimulation of point 67 causesproximal points to rotate insequence, with a few seconds delay between each point.
  • 45. Observation of Sanals
  • 46. Sanals by Acridine OrangeCentrifugal separation method, acridine orangeAnemia induced method, PHD inj. for 3 days.Rabbit, female, 2.5kg, 10weeksX1000, scale bar=10um
  • 47. AFM image of Bonghan microcell A B CD A Topography, B Error, C Magnified of B, D line profile 1.4 um x 1um x 350nm sized oval Bonghan microcell. It shows clearly unique surface structure of layers and portions (B & C) whose size is from 0.2um to 0.6 um in diameter. The line profile analysis shows that the common patterns on the surface are steps of about 20nm height. This pattern is thought to be revealing the stereotype of its 20nm membrane structure.
  • 48. Two Sanals stacked?
  • 49. Case Study
  • 50. Spirits and entities
  • 51. Thank youwww.biofieldsciences.com

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