Making Pure Water for Testing Purposes
since the water you purchase is likely to have solvents in it and since your tap water may be polluted with heavy metals and since your (or a store’s) filtration system may be clogged, it is important to make your own pure water.
Purchase a “filter pitcher” made of hard, opaque plastic, not the clear or flexible variety (see sources). Fill the pitcher with cold tap water, only, not reverse osmosis, distilled, or any other water, since solvents do not filter out as easily as heavy metals. The filter should be made of carbon only. To make test substances, use fresh water in the pitcher and pour.
If your water has lead, copper or cadmium from corroded plumbing, the filter will clog in five days of normal use. so use this pitcher sparingly, just for making test substances and for operating the syncrometer.
Purpose: To identify the sound of resonance in the circuit.
Materials: Potentized (homeopathic) solutions. Prepare these as follows: find three medium-sized vitamin bottles, glass or plastic, with non-metal lids. Remove any shreds of paper sticking to the rim. Rinse well with cold tap water. Then rinse again with filtered water.
Pour filtered water into the first bottle to a depth of about V inch. Add about 50 little grains of table salt using the tip of a plastic knife. This is a “pinch.” Replace the lid. Make sure the
outside is clean. If not, rinse and dry. Now shake hard, holding it snugly in your hand. Count your shakes; shake 120 to 150 times. Use elbow motion so each shake covers about an eight inch distance. Shaken samples are different from unshaken ones, that’s why this is so important. When done label the bottle on its side and lid: SALT #1. Wash your hands (without soap).
Next, pour about the same amount of filtered water into the second and third bottles. Open SALT #1 and pour a small amount, like 1/4 to 1/2 of a teaspoon (do not use a spoon) into the second and third bottles. Close all bottles. Now shake the second bottle the same as the first. Clean it and label it SALT #2. Do the same for the third bottle. Label it SALT #2 also and set aside for Lesson Four.
These two solutions have unique properties. SALT #1 always resonates. Use #1 to train your ear. SALT #2 shouldn’t resonate. Use #2 to hear when you (your body’s internal resistance) have returned to the standard level.
1. Turn the Syncrometer ON.
2. Place the SALT #2 bottle on the right test plate.
3. Start with the plate switch OFF.
4. Make your first probe (F-C-B-C#).
5. Flip the plate switch ON, taking only one half second. Brace your hand when switching so it is a fast, smooth, operation.
6. Make the second probe (F-C-B-C#). Total probe time is 2/ seconds. Count it out, “a thousand and one (done with first probe) a thou. (done with switching) a thousand and one (done with second probe).”
7. The result should be a NO (negative). If the second probe sounds even a little higher you are not at the standard level. Wait a few more seconds and go back to step 3.
8. If the first result was NO, remove SALT #2 and put SALT #1 on. Put the test plate switch back to OFF and repeat the test. This time the circuit was resonating. Learn to hear the
difference between the last two probes so that a resonant probe can be terminated early (reducing rest time).
9. The skin must now be rested. When SALT #1 is placed in the circuit there is always resonance whether you hear it or not. Therefore, always take the time to rest the skin.
10. How can you be sure that the skin is rested enough? Any time you want to know whether you have returned to the standard level, you may simply test yourself to sALT #2 (just do steps 3 through 6). While you are learning, let your piano also help you to learn the standard level (starts exactly at F). If you do not rest and you resonate the circuit before returning to the standard level, the results will become aberrant and useless. The briefer you keep the resonant probe, the faster you return to the standard level. Don’t exceed one half second when probing SALT #1. Hopefully you will soon hear resonance within that time.
This lesson teaches you to first listen to the empty plate, then to SALT #2, to check for standard state. Then to compare the empty plate to SALT #1 to check for resonance. In later lessons we assume you checked for your standard level or are quite sure of it.
Practice hearing resonance in your circuit every day.
White Blood Cells
Checking for resonance between your white blood cells and a toxin is the single most important test you can make.
Your white blood cells are your immune system’s first line of defense. In addition to making antibodies, interferon, interleukins, and other attack chemicals, they also “eat” foreign substances in your body and eliminate them. By simply checking your white blood cells for toxins or intruders you save having to check every other tissue in your body. Because no matter where the foreign substance is, chances are some white blood cells are working to remove it.
It took me two years to find this ideal indicator, but it is not perfect. Tapeworms are a notable exception. They can be encysted in a particular tissue which will test positive, while the white blood cells continue to test negative. Also, when bacteria and viruses are in their latent form, they do not show up in the white blood cells. Fortunately, in their active form they show up quite nicely. Freon is an example of a toxin that is seldom found in the white blood cells; but typically, the white blood cells are excellent indicators of toxins.