Testing Someone Else
seat the person comfortably with their hand resting near you. Choose the first knuckle from the middle or first finger just like you do for yourself. Since you are touching this person, you are putting yourself in the circuit with the subject.
To exclude yourself, you need to add inductance to yourself. A coil of about 10 microhenrys, worn next to the skin, works well and is easily made. Obtain insulated wire and wrap 24 turns around a ball point pen (or something about that size), closely spaced. Cut the ends and tape them down securely. Keep it in a plastic bag, even when in your pocket. A commercial inductance of 4.7 microhenrys, worn touching your skin also works well. It can be worn on a string necklace. (Remember to remove the necklace when testing yourself.) The inductance acts as an RF (radio frequency) choke, limiting the alternating current that can flow through you while testing another person.
Test your inductor in this way. Repeat Lesson One with the coil next to your body. No resonance, even to SALT #1, should occur. If it does, make the coil bigger. Remove the inductor when you are not testing others.
Purpose: To detect aluminum in the brain of another person.
Materials: same as previous lesson, you wear the inductor.
1. Place the aluminum sample on one plate and the brain sample on the other plate.
2. Give the other person the handhold. You use the probe. Hold their finger steady in yours.
3. Probe the other person for resonance. The first probe is with only one plate in the circuit. The second is with both plates in the circuit. Resonance implies there is aluminum in the person’s brain.
This may become your most useful test. The saliva has in it a bit of almost everything toxic that is in you. But it is not the first tissue to carry the HIV virus or a bit of a tapeworm stage. Nevertheless, Salmonella in your liver, mercury in your kidneys, aluminum in the brain all show up in the saliva, too. And saliva can be sent by mail or stored in the refrigerator. It should be frozen for long storage to prevent mold invasion. Or it may have grain alcohol added to preserve it. This test is not as sensitive as having the person present in the circuit, though.
To make a saliva specimen, place a two inch square piece of white, unfragranced paper towel (tear, don’t cut) in a lightweight resealable baggy. Hold the open baggy near your mouth. Don’t touch the paper towel with your fingers. Drool or spit onto the paper towel until half of it is damp. Zip it shut. Before testing, add enough filtered water to dampen the whole piece of paper.
Purpose: To search for shingles or Herpes.
Materials: A saliva specimen from the person being tested; they may be thousands of miles away. Also a specimen of the virus. This can be obtained from someone else’s lesions—one droplet is enough, picked up on a bit of paper towel. The whole thing, towel and all, can be pushed into a glass bottle for preserving. Water and alcohol should be added. It can also be put on a slide, Herpes, homemade. A homeopathic preparation of the virus does not give accurate results for this kind of testing, due to the additional frequency imposed on it by potentizing. (However, homeopathic preparations can be used if the potency matches the tissue frequency where it resides. Hopefully, some way of using homeopathic sources will soon be found.)
Method: Place the saliva specimen in its unopened baggy on one plate. You may wish to open it briefly, though, to add enough filtered water to wet all the paper and add H tsp. grain alcohol to sterilize or preserve it.
Place the virus specimen on the other plate and test as usual (like Lesson Six). A positive result means the person has active Herpes.
The main disadvantage of saliva testing is that you do not know which tissue has the pathogen or the toxin. You can only conclude that it is present. Usually this is enough information to carry out a corrective program.
Although saliva testing is so easy, it is also possible to use an adult as a surrogate when testing a baby or pet. The pet or baby is held on the lap of the surrogate. A large pet may sit in front of the person. The handhold is held by the surrogate and pressed firmly against the body of the baby or pet. It can be laid flat against the arm, body or leg of a baby and held in place firmly by the whole hand of the adult. The paper covering should be wet. For a pet, the end is held firmly pressed against the skin, such as between the front legs or on the belly. The other hand of the adult is used for testing in the usual way. The adult must wear an inductor for surrogate testing as well as you, tester.
An ill or bedridden person may be tested without inconvenience or stress. He or she rests their whole hand on the skin of your leg, just above the knee. A wet piece of paper towel, about 4 inches by 4 inches is placed on your leg, to make better contact. You must use an inductor for yourself with this method. You may now proceed to probe on your hand instead of the ill person’s.
Purpose: To test for cancer.
Materials: Ortho-phospho-tyrosine. Here are four ways to obtain some:
1. order a pure sample from a chemical company (see Sources). Place a few milligrams (it need not be weighed) in a small glass bottle, add 2 tsp. filtered water and H tsp. grain alcohol.
2. All persons with cancer have ortho-phospho-tyrosine in their urine as well as in the cancerous tissue. It is seldom found in other body fluids. obtain a urine specimen from a friend who has active cancer. Freeze it if you can’t prepare it immediately. Keep such specimens well marked in an additional sealed plastic bag. Persons who have recently been treated clinically for cancer are much less likely to have ortho-phospho-tyrosine in the urine.
urine cannot be considered a chemical in the same way as a sugar or salt solution. Urine is a tissue and has its own resonant frequency as do our other tissues. If combined with another tissue on the test plates, it will not resonate as if a solution of pure ortho-phospho-tyrosine were used. To use urine as an ortho-phospho-tyrosine specimen, you must:
a) Pour a few drops of urine into your specimen bottle
b) Add about 2 tsp. of filtered water
c) Add a few drops of grain alcohol
Gently mix, do not shake. Rinse and dry the outside of the bottle. Label it “urine/cancer”.
3. Cancer victims also have other growth factors being produced in their bodies. These are the same as can be found in mother’s milk—for example, epidermal growth factor and insulin-like growth factor. Obtain a sample of mother’s milk and use it to make another test substance for cancer. A few drops is enough.
4. There is still another way to prepare an ortho-phospho — tyrosine test sample. Common snails from a fish tank or outdoor snails are the natural hosts for Fasciolopsis buskii (human intestinal fluke) stages. The stages will produce ortho-phospho-tyrosine when the snails are fed fish food polluted with propyl alcohol. Over half the fish food cans I purchased had propyl alcohol pollution. Buy several brands of fish food. Test them for propyl alcohol and benzene. Obtain some snails, put them in a tank, feed them propyl alcohol polluted fish food. (Feed a separate group of snails benzene polluted fish food to obtain samples of HIV.) After two days put each snail in a zipped plastic bag, and test them individually against someone diagnosed with cancer or their saliva. The snails that the person tests positive to have ortho-phospho-tyrosine. Put these snails in the freezer to kill them humanely, then crush them and place in a specimen bottle with 50% grain alcohol to preserve. The bottles can be kept sealed and at room temperature. similarly, your benzene snails can be tested against someone known to be HIV positive. Any snails that test positive can be used to prepare an HIV test specimen in the same way. The fish food must be tested for both benzene
and propyl alcohol pollution, and separated appropriately, or you run the risk of making specimens that have both ortho-phospho-tyrosine and HIV.
1. Test for cancer by placing the test sample you just made (any of the four) on one plate and a white blood cell sample on the other plate.
2. If you resonate with both samples in the circuit you have cancer. Immediately, search for your cancer in your breast, prostate, skin, lungs, colon, and so forth.
3. To be more certain, test yourself to the other kinds of test samples. You should not resonate.
As you know by now, you can confirm the cancer by testing yourself to propyl alcohol and the human intestinal fluke in the liver. You should eliminate propyl alcohol from use, and zap all parasites. Keep testing yourself for cancer until it is gone. It should take less than one hour. Also continue to test yourself for propyl alcohol and the intestinal fluke in the white blood cells; make sure they are gone. Also test yourself for aflatoxin and freon.
Purpose: To test for HIV.
Materials: Purchase a few milligrams of Protein 24 antigen (a piece of the HIV virus core) or the complete HIV virus on a slide (see Sources). You may use the vial unopened if only one test specimen is needed. To make more specimens, use about 1 milligram per ‘/^ounce bottle. Add 2 tsp. filtered water and H tsp. grain alcohol. Or prepare an HIV specimen from snails as described in the previous Lesson.
Method: search in the thymus (throat sweet breads), vagina and penis for the virus because that is where it will reside almost exclusively for the first year or two. If you don’t have those tissue specimens, you could search in urine, blood, saliva, or white blood cells, but only a positive result can be trusted. Also search for the human intestinal fluke and benzene in the thymus. Of course, a positive test in these tissues is very significant. If you are positive, zap parasites immediately. You should test negative in less than an hour. Remove benzene polluted items from your lifestyle. Also test yourself to several varieties of popcorn, brown rice, and corn chips as an indication of zearalenone, which must be eliminated in order to get well. Follow up on yourself every few days to be sure your new found health is continuing. Test yourself for freon.
Purpose: To test for diseases of all kinds.
Materials: Use slides and cultures of disease organisms. Homemade preparations of strep throat, acute mononucleosis, thrush (Candida), chicken pox, Herpes 1 and 2, eczema, shingles, warts, measles, yeast, fungus, rashes, colds, sore throats, sinus problems, tobacco virus, and so forth can all be made by swabbing or scraping the affected part. A plastic spoon or bit of paper towel works well. Put a small bit on a slide. Add a drop of balsam and a cover slip. Or put the towel in a bottle, add water and alcohol as described previously. Microscope slides can greatly expand your test set (see Sources).
Method: Test yourself for a variety of diseases, using your white blood cell specimen first. Then search in organs like the liver, pancreas, spleen. Notice how many of these common illnesses don’t “go away” at all. They are alive and well in some organ. They are merely not making you sick!
To test for AIDS.
Materials: Benzene sample, slides of tissue samples like thymus, liver, pancreas, penis, and vagina. Also a collection of disease specimens such as the ones used in the previous lesson.
Method: search in the thymus for benzene. If it is positive throughout the day, you are at risk for developing AIDS, although you may not be ill. Search other tissues for benzene. The more tissues with benzene in them the more serious the situation. Immediately search all your body products and foods for benzene.