About the Lecher Antenna
The Lecher antenna (also referred to as the Lecher instrument) is the main scientific mechanism used for the qualitative detection of energy field’s interactions and the tool used within Bioresonance Analysis of Health and also ACMOS energy balancing therapy. Developed by famed Austrian physicist Ernst Lecher, the apparatus is designed to accurately measure electromagnetic wavelengths and frequencies. Lecher lines are part of a field of physics associated with vibrations and waves, where parallel conductors form a transmission line, with a characteristic impedance. The Lecher instrument used for medical application is specially adapted to allow a physician to obtain information on a patient’s state of health often thought as inaccessible (such as specific stressors like electromagnetic, geopathic and emotional stresses).
No other instrument or testing method, whether biochemical, functional, EAV / electrodermal, computerized, biofeedback, or muscle testing can detect as much useful medical information as the Lecher antenna.
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Benefits of the Lecher Antenna
The Lecher Antenna is utilized in clinical practice for the following benefits:
- Precision calibrated scale for the accurate measurement of high-frequency wavelengths
- Ability to detect both Yin centripetal energy (resource information) and Yang centrifugal energy (management information)
- Capable of detecting Very High Frequency (VHF, 30MHz to 300MHz) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF, 300MHz to 3GHz) electromagnetic waves
- Allows for the qualitative assessment of any product or medication
- Allows for compatibility analysis to assess benefits of a particular medication, supplement, food, or substance to a given patient
- Used in ACMOS energy balancing therapy as well as the advanced evaluation method Bioresonance Analysis of Health (B.A.H.)
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