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Subject: RE: Antoine Prioré's work
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 00:27:31 -0500

Dear Jim,

 I think that, eventually, once we redevelop the Priore-type approach, we are going to find various wide bandwidths of frequencies exist, not just in EM waves but audio waves, electrostatic waves, etc., that can be used in similar fashion.

 We may eventually find a correlation between "injection sites" (probably the acupuncture points found by trial and error) and the frequency used in the irradiation, as well. Or at least the difference frequencies used in the irradiation, and the phase relationships.

 However, to be safe, I would try to start off by using frequencies in the ranges used by Priore.  Some are discussed in his patents.  I do think quite a few harmonic intervals are a necessity, at least at the early stages of research.

 But I think the Priore work is just the tip of the iceberg.  It isn't so much the "exact frequencies", because the differences between the frequencies are at least as important as, if not much more important, than the actual frequencies.  We have taken the theory far beyond the "a given frequency does this or that" effect in the body.  Those type effects are very gross, and do not yield vacuum engines (spacetime curvature engines) for a specific illnesses.

 It is after all the longitudinal EM waves made in the body itself, by its own nonlinear responses, that we are driving after.  Any longitudinal EM wave is accompanied by a companion time-polarized EM wave.  It is this combination that does the "magic" work.  And it is that combination that is used by the cellular regeneration system in the body itself.

 Hope this helps.


Tom Bearden

Subject: Antoine Prioré's work
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 17:05:34 -0700

Thanks for your  informative site.  I have a quick question regarding Antoine Prioré's Healing Machine.
Reading your article on this particular subject, it sounds like the information
regarding the frequencies used to reproduce the Priore effect have been lost.  This may be an odd suggestion, but I wonder whether Kirlian Photography could lend any insight into the frequencies necessary to reproduce the Priore effect.  The Kirlian effect is recognized, even by skeptics, as a real phenomenon, though the interpretation of the cause of the effect is of the greatest debate.
Granted, the specific wavelengths that you see with Kirlian photography(i.e., the aura given off by the subjects) are all in the visible spectrum, but perhaps these are harmonics to the more fundamental frequencies which maintain our being(???)  Just a thought.