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CyberScan System Overview

Every oscillation system has a so-called characteristic frequency. The characteristic frequency is that frequency that is observed when neither the moving power not the muting power is effective.  If the frequency actuating a system is same as the characteristic frequency, then the system carries out oscillations, the amplitude of which can become much larger than the frequency of the actuating energy.  This appearance is called resonance.  The characteristic frequency is therefore described also as the resonance frequency.

The testing of the CyberScan is based on a biofeedback test. It will be ascertained whether a resonance exists between the digitalised patient's sample in the system and an EM signal (electro-magnetic signal) or in a similar digitalised substance. The scanner unit of the  CyberScan serves as feddback detector.

If a feedback exists, it means that the patient requires the corresponding EM-Signal as healing information. It can be determined in terms of quantity through a scale, in which volume the patient requires the information (The higher the value, the more urgent the patient requires the information).

If there is no feedback, this means that the patient does not require the respective EM signal as healing information.

1. What is measured with CyberScan?
A.: Flat coils are located in the contact platform. These have the property to reduce electrical and mainly magnetic fields to zero. Technically they are also used in heating coils for laboratory equipment, if magnetic fields are not supposed to be generated. This is a known techno-scientific effect. Apparently these coils also have the property to transmit energy through a physical path, which cannot as yet be further explained. This discovery can be traced back to the experimental physicist Nikola Tesla who discovered alternating current. The hitherto explanatory models assume that a so-called transverse wave is released from these coils, which has the property to be space-time-transcendental amongst others, that is spatial distances can be covered without loss of time. In CyberScan electromagnetic oscillation (vector) is not transmitted but purely information (scalar). Hence the term scalar wave/ scalar field.
As the entire organism is represented in the reflex zones of the palm, we assume that with the information obtained from the palm,
we have a sample that represents the entire organism, similar to blood or hair samples, which we can scan through the contact platform.

2. What is compared in the database
A.: The signals correspond to information samples in the scalar fields addressed above. We practically compare the scanned sample obtained from the patient with the signal information. If there is a correlation (feedback) between the two, it means that the patient has a problem with the parameters assigned to the signal. The degree of correlation shows to what extent this problem affects the patient and is displayed in the software through sub function or hyper function (or in percentage). The signals technically correspond to the frequencies of an electromagnetic wave.

3. What is displayed or imprinted?
A.: The signals identified as load are converted to an electromagnetic signal which is emitted from the scalar antenna (flat coil) below the contact platform and in turn converted to pure information (scalar, see above) there.