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The most important characteristic of an organism is its ability to adapt and self-regulate. Everyone must adjust to numerous local environmental changes instantaneously. Outside influences such as high power electrical line, microwaves, computers, cell phones and even the electrical wires in our homes emit harmful electromagnetic fields. These dangerous influences can disrupt an already complex communication system within the human body. In order to maintain balance, our internal organs, tissues, and subsystems require extremely precise communication to coordinate close to 500 trillion chemical reactions per second; one cell alone carried out 7,000 chemical reactions per second.

Bioinformatics is the science that investigates selective internal communication within living tissue by using diverse, discrete spectral bands of electromagnetic communications. This field of study builds a foundation that promotes efficient adaptation and self-regulation at the cellular level through Bioresonance Therapy (BRT). By aiding proper communication, the body can respond to the detrimental stimuli of the surrounding environments while helping itself to heal when it cannot maintain its own molecular activity due to these influences. The vast possibilities of balancing organisms through BRT and the positive impact it has on the individual has only begun to be understood in the past 25 years.

Bioresonance therapy (BRT) is based on the principle of using biofeedback Electromagnetic (EM) signals of the treated organism, or one of its elements, in the healing process. With the use of instruments such as the photomultiplier and various high resolution spectrum analyzers, the electromagnetic nature of this direct signaling system began to be investigated in the 1970s. The results of these studies described direct, rapid, and very efficient EM signals as fundamental communication throughout the body. This complexity of communication is required to coordinate the 7,000 chemical reactions per second in each cell. Previously explored pathways such as the neurological and hormonal systems are not capable of conducting this high level of interaction.


In 1975, German scientist Dr. Fritz Popp made the first of two breakthroughs for BRT when he discovered that DNA is the first structure to emit endogenous pacers. By emitting photons to the body through EM signals, DNA instructs cells how to function in rhythm or harmony. This process begins at conception and continues throughthroughout the lifespan of a person.

The second breakthrough occurred in 1978 when Australian scientist Ross Adey discovered a second center of communication within the body. He determined that cell membranes oscillate, or resonate, depending on the needs of the cell, to create a "biological window," commonly known as "Adey's window." Each "window" has measurable and definable frequency, amplitude and a phase that has discrete ranges projected on different characteristics of the wave. Only an active "window" can be used in information transfer and to encourage adaptive activities. This creates natural selectivity in the cells and tissue. By alterating the biological windows of a system, functional change occurs, which is known as a phase change. This change helps the organism adapt to environmental changes whether endogenous [from inside the organism] or exogenous [from outside the organism].

The results of these breakthroughs mean that DNA and cell membranes are centers of both transmission and reception of EM biocommunication within an organism. These two centers maintain order and integrity, even when EM fields outside the body with a greater EM intensity are present. They reorganize internal synchronization (the state of coherent induction); organize the activity of cells through to larger biological units such as organs; and, more importantly, create natural selectivity to prevent over use of our organs. As long as these centers are operating properly and the communication between tissues, organs and subsystems is not affected or disrupted, the body maintains its order, integrity, synchronism and natural selection. If either the pathological aspects of natural selection are expressed or the signal transfer and processing within an organism is not satisfactory, adaptability is compromised and leads to functional disorder and disease. The primary aim of Bioresonance Therapy is to correct this degeneration.


The research in England, merely summarized here, substantiates in a statistically significant manner the following facts which have long been put forward by the Brugemann Institute:

  • Electromagnetic phenomena are of fundamental importance to the organization, structure and function of living systems in the state of health and in the event of illness.
  • Water, physiological saline solution and, as later was found out-alcohol, can store electromagnetic information.
  • Organisms (body water and cells) also store information and constantly release it to the surroundings at room temperature and at the body temperature. People also react electromagnetically on each other.
  • Electromagnetic signals, including endogenous ones, can be utilized therapeutically.
  • Each patient must be treated individually. A controlled double-blind test therefore cannot be a suitable method for proving the effectiveness of an individual therapy, since there are no two people who are completely comparable.
  • The ideal treatment is auto-ipso therapy, as represented by BRT with the patient's own frequencies.


Every biological unit has communication connections with its endogenous and exogenous environment, which function as either a transmitter or a receiver. [See diagram 1.0] These two features are inseparable from its existence. The quality of the signal transfer highly depends on the connection of the intercellular substance. If the signal transfer is inefficient so is the pacing or biocybernetic processing of the organism's metabolic activities. This dysfunction leads to fdisorders at the funcational level, histological level, and/or organic impairment.

Diagram 1.0

Bioresonance-based procedures provide diagnostically valuable data on this pathological level of natural selection and supplement deficient signal transfer when appropriate information cannot be processed adequately. This is because the transmission path is blocked and/or the detecting ability (natural selectivity) of the receiver is insufficient. [See diagram 1.1] To correct these problems, BRT performs two different tasks to help the organism begin to fully function. First, BRT implements extracorporeal transfers of therapeutic signals. This increases data exchange between reflex areas (e.g. neurological, electrophysiological connection areas) by filtering the decreased natural selectivity signals and feeding back proper signals to the active biological window.

Diagram 1.1

Second, BRT eliminates non-physiological signals. The information that is not required by an organism can be eliminated by temporal creation of standing waves that call the organism's attention to the disturbance field. This way the organism can be unburdened and physiological controlling signals get the chance to exercise their influence (necessary when several different compensating stress factors have an impact on the organism). Through these two functions of BRT, it is possible for the organism to perform normal bioinformatic processes as well as eliminate the signal resource that previously caused no compensation.


There are two types of BRT: endogenous therapy, using the organism's own signals, and exogenous therapy, which utilizes environmental pacers.

Endogenous Therapy: As discussed above, the DNA and cell membranes produce and receive EM biocommunications within tissues, organs, and subsystems of the organism.
These signals are highly directive, efficient and complex. BRT connects with the body through electrodes to gain signals for the organism itself. Thus, endogenous information is used in the treatments in order to improve inner bioinformatic processes as well as the adaptive activity of the organism. During the preparatory phase, the main technical parameters of the endogenous signal, and its frequency, amplitude and phase are detected.

BRT filters out the dysfunctional oscillations by comparing these signals to other properly functioning parts of the body. Filtering is necessary because of the decreased natural selectivity and support of the organism's signal recognition ability. The corrected signals are sent back into the organism and open the pathological aspects of natural selection and the biocommunication within that organism. Endogenous BRT is important to expose only the given reflex zone to a therapeutic signal. This is the most individual therapeutic method known because it uses the patient's own oscillations. During the therapy, the reactions of the organism are continuously monitored (dealing with the actual state of the patient), thus keeping the treatment free from side effects.

Exogenous Therapy: Natural environmental signals help the internal pacers maintain the periodicity of metabolism. For that very reason, their absence might cause serious pathological disorders depending on the depletion of the organism's own system specific vital resources. Artificial signal resources produced by urbanization and technology both reduce the intensity of natural environmental signals of the biosphere through interference and cause the organism to receive wrong messages.

Today, application of external pacers in therapies has proven to be one of the most efficient treatment methods since, through the correction of internal pacers; it is able to activate vital processes of an organism within seconds. This type of treatment includes techniques that utilizes the fundamental vibrations of the biosphere as therapeutic signals that affect the organism through modulated electromagnetic fields. (These techniques include Schumann-waves, crystals, minerals, different kind of metals, polarized light and its harmonics.) Complex multi-resonance treatments utilizing all the different external pacers of a certain pathological system have turned out to be the most effective method.

While the endogenous BRT is very important to expose only the given reflex zone to therapy through the biological window, exogenous BRT uses pre-programmed therapies through the same biological windows to treat of the entire body is successful. Experience has shown that devices emitting such signals can eliminate even stubborn bioinformatic blockages. In both types of BRT, the natural selectivity of an organism determines what the patient can utilize from the therapeutic signals. Information transfer as well as initialization of the biocybernetic unit's phase change can only be achieved through resonance with the biological window.


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