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(text in purple are replies by Kiran)
state of organs with DC-Ohm meter
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Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 11:50 PM
Subject: RE: [EnergeticMedicine] Q for J
concept is fundamental to the work of Nakatani, Voll, Burr and
Nordenstrom. Nakatani and Voll used ohm meters to measure the resistance
of the meridians because the voltage pulsates (try it yourself with a
voltmeter that reads in mV). Since at any given point in time, the
amperage is fairly constant, because of Ohmís Law, resistance = voltage.
(Ohmís Law: voltage = resistance x amperage). Thus it is technically
easier to measure resistance than voltage because the resistance readings
donít pulsate like voltage readings do.
charts of Voll, one can see that chronically diseased meridians (and thus
the organs associated with those organs) have a loss of voltage. It has
also been measured directly by Burr and Nordenstrom. Burr actually
discovered that one can identify various disease states by measuring
voltage. One can even pinpoint exactly the time moment of ovulation by
measuring the voltage of the cervix. Burr also recorded the voltage of
trees and other objects continuously for several years mapping the pattern
of voltage changes with seasons and with disease.
did an interesting study where he put pH controlled solutions into two
beakers. One was the same pH as the stomach (acidic) and one the pH of
the liver (alkaline). He connected the beakers with a flexible tubing
that was clamped to keep the solutions from mixing. He then put
electrodes into each beaker and the electrodes passed through a light
bulb. When he removed the clamp and allowed the solutions to mix, the
light bulb illuminated. It was a neat way to show the control that the
stomach acid has on the function of the liver. (Not exactly what you
asked, but characteristic of Nordenstromís work). Much of what
Nordenstrom did was to measure the voltage and polarity of tumors and the
surrounding inflammatory tissue with his biopsy needle/electrodes.
observations with the SCENAR and Nakatani support their theories/studies.
I print out the Nakatani charts. I then take a history from the patient
and write on the chart the history as it corresponds with the resistance
readings. Then I correct the points with the SCENAR (FV the degenerative
ones and zero the inflamed ones). As I monitor the progress, one usually
sees the degenerative readings become inflamed and then go to normal as
Heringís Law would predict. Of course the ohm meter of the SCENAR tells
the same story. Itís just easier to follow the data on the Nakatani
Hello Jerry, Group
just a short note on your post
What certainly Voll did not know
and I guess many others who do those kind of experiments is that you cannot
properly measure these
things with a regular DC-Ohm meter
that you get at a hardware store.
The reason for that is that the
body does not behave like a passive element like a regular resistor, in some
aspects it is like a battery
in other respects it is even
showing much more intelligent electrical and magnetic response pattern.... and
DC-Ohm meters are
only designed for Ohm measurements
with DC currents on passive resistors.
The experiments you described by
Nordenstrom recreates a battery effect in the body, which you can see in
everything that is alive,
remember the clocks you can buy in
some mail order companies that run by sticking an electrode in an apple.
But this is only one
of the many functions of the body.
Now when you use a regular
DC-Meter meter you get this pulsing of the voltage because the body reacts by
lowering or increasing
internal resistance depending on
polarity, site and voltage, as a reaction to the applied voltage.....
the change of resistance allows
then more or less currant to flow and this
in its turn sets up a secondary
feedback cycle which in combination with the other leads to the oscillation
which you observe.
Even if you upgrade your
experimental abstraction by not just viewing the body as a passive resistor
and see it as a battery instead you would
need quite a different measuring
device which is called a "Battery tester".... see for example
for more details. Those use
1kHertz signals to determine the internal resistance and this is also only a
coarse approximation of what you can do
for example with a COLCOLE Plot
station (same page) which in addition takes the frequency dependence of the
internal resistance in consideration.
Obviously the body electrical
energy system is way more than just a battery.... but the above was just to
point out how much more complex
the measuring equipment and
theoretical approach has to be in order to approximate electric body response
pattern and to make
sense of what is actually