#3 – Caution and Conclusions
A practitioner conducting this testing, again, must keep in mind that he is receiving only the answers that his testing and therapeutic algorithm are ready for. Those findings and the tested therapeutic products, whatever they might be, may satisfy VEGA or EAV or applied kinesiology and its varieties as “positive” findings or “effective” therapeutic selections.
What in reality is tested are not only the virtues but also the limitations and “viruses” of the testing algorithm, even if they come through an expensive computerized testing device that may contain tens of thousands of diagnostic items and numerous “bells and whistles.”
Some machines even possess such esoteric functions as delivering to the patient his own sick energies converted, allegedly, into healing ones or just replacing the “missing” healthy energy waves. Others use manual approaches with the use of testing vials to diagnose and then “reprogram” allergies (NAET).
The important point to appreciate here is that as long as the “bullets” (main toxicants) are left inside the body (i.e., the main source of both the pathological and “missing” energies), this seemingly sophisticated process of conversion, delivery, replacement and reprogramming is nothing short of allopathic suppressions and bound to be endless.
Only two clinical examples:
Patient T, who suffered from multiple chemical sensititives (MCS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), was diagnosed through a computerized device as suffering from multiple infectious and environmental agents. She then proceeded to be treated, via a delivery of healing energies, by the same device. As a result, she developed new electromagnetic (EMF) sensitivity while her MCS remained unchanged.
Afterwards she was treated with FCT®, but none of the diagnostic findings established via the sophisticated device were addressed. Nevertheless, she has become practically cured after just two treatments.
Patient S was also afflicted with MCS. She was treated initially with NAET for formaldehyde allergies. That had improved somewhat but, immediately following the treatment she developed severe sensitivity to house dust.
She, as many other patients who failed on various Bio-resonance testing approaches, has made remarkable progress under the FCT® system.
Why did both these cases respond adversely to the initial “healing” and “reprogramming” interventions? This concerns many issues and among them one that pertains to the laws of systems, their channels, to be specific. May I recommend two of my recently published articles (Guided Digital Medicine™, The Law of Unintended Consequences and Non-Disease Treatment of Diseases, Parts I and II) for further discussion of this important subject.
In some related applied kinesiology methods, the “bells and whistles” might be presented in the form of impressive Picasso-like mapping of the findings all over the patient’s body in ink.
The issue is not whether the picturesque findings drawn are correct or not, even though they can be detected, in essence, due to the doctor’s mental imprinting of his own set of beliefs first and then discovering these in a patient. The real issue is the caliber or meaning of the information elicited and the therapeutic means to dispense these with. This is elucidated further on this page.
On the whole, there are seven most important hallmarks of FCT® that relate to both testing and treatment, and these set it aside from other medical systems.
I. Information Sought
The single most important aspect of Bio-resonance testing is the quality of the questions. This implies the nature of information sought concerning the true culprits of diseases — pernicious agents — and their individual and comparative meaning in relation to that person’s health at the time.
Here relevance to the issue and specific medical knowledge, not just the turning up of sets of findings, is vital. What toxicants exert a primary paralyzing effect on the immune, endocrine, detoxifying, excretory systems and target organs, and which ones matter far less?
The first category one seeks and treats skillfully, while others can be ignored because if one solves the first category, the others will often abate on their own. On the contrary, should one treat secondary toxicants, one will aggravate or push deeper and destabilize the main ones.
Same holds true the hierarchy of the infectious agents and their approach through proper timing, sequence, and therapeutic means.
If this is understood and addressed properly many of these infectious agents may not have to be treated, per se, at all. Otherwise, expect recurrence, aggravations or mutated strains whether treated naturally or conventionally.
This issue of understanding the meaning of your findings and, also, an ability to gear the bio-resonance testing toward only the important ones constitutes the first essential step within the process
One of numerous everyday examples from practice: I happened to speak at a professional convention where another speaker presented a challenging case. It concerned a very puzzling neuro-emotional disease, P.A.N.D.A.S. (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal infections). According to “specialists” in the disease, it is caused by streptococcal bacteria. It is treated with antibiotics but, surprisingly (and as this is the case with Lyme disease) the outcomes are quite poor.
So, the bacteria was what the doctor and his clinic had been tackling exclusively for the entire year. The attack targeted the bug directly and also by stimulating the patient’s immune system with natural products.
Initially the case progressed well, however, by the end of the year the condition became much graver than it was originally. In the process, many tests and strong treatments were used as the costs climbed exponentially.
I had had an opportunity to treat the same illness in the past and shared my successful experience with the audience. The main difference was that I applied a system that allowed me to see the case through several more fundamental layers beneath the one that merely showed up on top — the infectious agent.
These layers were the ones that allowed the top one, the agent, to exist in the first place since the deeper layers were exerting immunotoxic or immunosuppressive effects.
With far less effort, comparatively meager expense to the patient, and in a fraction of time, the fundamental layers were addressed first and only then, after substantial clinical progress was already evident, did the therapy turn to whatever remnant layer of the bacteria that was left at the time.
To sum this up, the case was cured in just three visits and without any “strong” treatments.
Speaking of “natural immune system stimulation” or (long and tedious) “rebuilding the immune system” as is commonly suggested through the use of oral or injectable substances, here is another brief illustration to circumvent a lengthy discussion.
If you had the legs of a racehorse in chains (in our case immunotoxins) and expect her to perform, what would work better, a shot of adrenaline or removal of the chains?
It is of interest that even though FCT® has adopted most of its clinical priorities from scientific medical literature, mainstream training is practically void of any emphasis on many of these salient subjects.
That is the main reason why conventional medicine is staggeringly ineffective and expensive in the care of chronic diseases, while concerning itself with the “latest discoveries” which, unbeknownst to itself, are of very low meaning.
So, reiterating our original subject, the least important issue in the testing is the equipment or the microphone that delivers questions, while far more so are the questions themselves.
The last example to “cement” this important point concerns one of the many letters that I have received over the years that reflects a rather common mistake in this field. Its essence is that instead of changing the “software” that operates with different questions, one keeps changing the wrong thing, the hardware, the machines or techniques, and then, and not surprisingly, becomes frustrated by the lack of results.
I have an Integrative medicine practice in … (edited for anonymity) with many of the modalities mentioned in your letter. In the 1990′s I traveled to Europe and the USA and trained in EAV using mainly the Bicom bioresonance device which had an EAV meter built in.
After as little as 3 months I concluded that the readings were very “subjective” and accordingly discontinued this as a tool in my practice. I have also studied other energetic methods such as BioTensor, kinesiology, QXCI, etc. As you say, results are very unpredictable and variable.
Obviously, I am intrigued by your statements in the letter but must admit my sentiment of “just another claim which will prove to have been a groundless marketing ploy.”
So the question: What exactly is unique about your testing which really does seem to be just another “muscle testing” technique with all its subjectivity. I’ve been the route of 100′s of ampoules with honeycombs, etc.???
I look forward to your response.
L. R., MD
This doctor, with whom I was able to empathize quite well as I myself had traveled a similar route in the past, was provided with the requested information. Falling back on his experience, he saw the difference that enabled him to overcome his pessimism and become an FCT® student.
Furthermore, apparently having earned his trust over the years, I have been receiving his referrals with the most challenging patients.
- 1. An imperative aspect that is worth mentioning, also, is the testing technique. In view of the mind fields mentioned, the testing technique in use must reduce the practitioners’ unavoidable subjectivity factor to a minimum by having him apply zero force.The technique, therefore, is free of the application of any force on the part of the tester either over a muscle, as is the case with conventional applied kinesiology and its related methods, or with a testing probe as in EAV or VEGA testing.Otherwise, subconsciously, a practitioner may apply extra force as he anticipates encountering a certain problem according to his expectations. As the result, he ends up testing his own set of beliefs rather than the true problems of the patient.
- Furthermore, other errors are likely from “contamination” of the patient’s body field by one of a practitioner himself or his assistants in testing.It is practically the rule with all of the testing techniques known: Omura bidigital O-ring testing, conventional applied kinesiology, electroacupuncture according to Voll (EAV), VEGA and others.The FCT® method is 100% force-free with the practitioner being positioned outside of the immediate body field of the patient.
- Even the debilitated, children, weak, elderly or persons with cognitive impairments need not maintain a certain position, muscle tonus or concentration in order to render the testing possible due to its force-free nature.As a result, one needs not be concerned with a host of possible errors that stem from physical or mental infirmities or merely fatigue factor on the part of the patient. Likewise, the non-force approach spares the tester from becoming fatigued, too.
- The liability of already mentioned practitioner-patient subconscious interaction can be addressed only through a truly meaningful diagnostic-therapeutic system presented by the FCT® curriculum.
II. Depth of Testing
One of the major shortcomings, as it has been mentioned also, in all of the Bio-resonance testing approaches stems from the testing being confined to a one-dimensional or most superficial energetic level.
Based on the applicable knowledge of physics, cellular biology and the work of my science mentor, Professor Emeritus of Materials Science, William A. Tiller, of Stanford University, FCT® was able to overcome this serious limitation of bio-resonance testing.
It has been accomplished through the use of MEL (multiple energetic layer) filters that are able to “split” an organ or tissue being tested into number of energetic layers including intracellular structures, down to the DNA level. This “splitting” enables apprehension of deeper toxicological and infectious agents that would remain concealed and unaddressed, otherwise.
This testing determines, therefore, not just the presence of a toxin or toxins in an organ, but the exact intracellular structural components that they have invaded and compromised.
IV. Identification of energetically stealth organs
Through the FCT® curriculum and educational media, students become familiarized with these crucial entities, from the clinical standpoint.
V. Global nature of the testing
Unlike other approaches, the FCT® system pursues identification of the multiplicity of compromised organs and tissues.
The importance consists in the fact that these overlooked structures usually become unable to “push out” their share of toxins during the detoxification process and, even worse, end up becoming dumping sites in the process, i.e., a “detox” becomes a “retox.”
VI. Therapeutic means
- Homeopathic remedies have been chosen as the main therapeutic agents. With rare exceptions, this excludes complex homeopathics for the treatment of chronic diseases. (Please see the corresponding pages under Classical homeopathy and Complex homeopathy for their limitations and usage.)The main reason for this is that homeopathic action is unique in its capability of acting at the deepest dimensions of physiology in man and the remedies offer an unsurpassed versatility as practically every morbid agent can be turned into its homeopathic therapeutic counterpart.The relevant information is presented in the theoretical part of the FCT® curriculum. It is what I have termed “causative homeopathy” that is primarily being utilized based on single homeopathics prepared from the corresponding toxicological and biological agents (isodes/nosodes).Both clinical experience and many studies have confirmed their unsurpassed efficacy. (This and other relevant subjects have been presented in great detail in my recent book, Biological, Chemical, and Nuclear Warfare – Protecting Yourself and Your Loved Ones: The Power of Digital Medicine.
- The sequence of administration of isodes and their timing are also unique.
- Therapeutic precision. This is based on the determination of the depth of invasion by the toxicants, and from hence an exact therapeutic match and potency follow.
- The homeopathic use of the patient’s own intoxicated or infected bodily fluids, autoisodes, constitutes another very powerful and indispensable medical tool in the FCT® system particularly under the circumstances when an offending agent is unknown.
- Organ support. Based on the information gathered by FCT® testing, multiple and robust organ support is implemented via single homeopathic organ or tissue remedies (sarcodes). Their corresponding potencies and length of administration are based on the degree to which each individual organ or tissue has been compromised.This special use of sarcodes in certain potencies, serves not only to aid an effective detoxification process but, also, to revitalize and assure the necessary resilience of these structures to reoccurring assaults.
- 6. Other supportive nutritional, but mainly organ glandular supplementation is utilized according to the person’s individual needs, and usually on a short-term basis to avoid side-effects or dependency.
VII. Special instructions are offered to a patient concerning dietary and environmental factors that often block or impair (any) therapy.
Bio-resonance testing is not a mechanical shoving of testing substances, in real or computerized format. The whole system of testing in each case is always based on the intellectual concepts and scope of knowledge of the practitioner involved which enable him to apprehend, assess and address the emerging finding accordingly.
Nor is it an issue what test/technique is “the most accurate” as they basically all are, or the most impressive. But, again, accuracy in establishing mediocre findings and dispensing these with ineffective means is of little benefit.
Having read some of the essential points of this discussion, one should be able to perceive FCT® bio-resonance testing as an integral part of a more broad, truly eclectic and novel medical system. The system that integrates both multidisciplinary medical specialties and pertinent general science.
It is up to the individual practitioner, now, to undertake its study and mastery and to fulfill for himself, his patients and his practice its unlimited potential.