The Bioradiation Spectrum
Everything emits a characteristic range of frequencies (bandwidth). In general, the more primitive the organism, the lower its bandwidth. Advanced animals have higher frequencies and the range is wider.
BANDWIDTH OF BIORADIATION OF ANIMALS
The human range is from 1520 KHz to 9460 KHz. Pathogens (molds, viruses, bacteria, worms, mites) range from 77 KHz to 900 KHz. Fortunately for us we can work on zapping pathogens in the lower ranges without affecting humans in the upper range.
BIORADIATION OF TYPICAL PATHOGENS 1000 900 800 700 600
KHz 500 400 300 200 100 0
Fig 2 Selected pathogen bandwidths.
Applying an alternating electrical voltage within an organism’s bandwidth injures it. Small organisms with narrow bandwidths are extinguished quite readily (three minutes at five volts).
Positively offset frequencies can kill the entire range of small organisms (viruses, bacteria, parasites) in just seven minutes.