The New Rayocomp PS 10
The Starting Point For Bio-Resonance According To Paul Schmidt
Introduction: What Is The Easiest Way To Explain Bio-Resonance?
Bio-resonance is most simply explained by using an example from nature. Surely, the oldest kind of biological resonance is sunlight. If sunlight touches our skin, it turns brown. This is, however, not caused by the skin warming up, otherwise we would also gain a bronzed skin tone by simply visiting the sauna. The reason for the tanning effect lies in the ultraviolet rays, which are part of sunlight. Ultraviolet light with a wave length of 10-400 nm is able to stimulate pigmentation of the skin. A regulation system is integrated in our skin, which starts pigmentation when exposed exactly to this frequency of sunlight, causing it to appear tanned. Pigmentation of the skin is only one of the regulations prompted by sunlight, another one is the stimulation of vitamin D production.
It is not hard to understand, that there are other frequencies beside this narrow frequency band of sunlight, which also trigger their own regulations. Way back in 1976, it was Paul Schmidt, who realised the connection between the application of a frequency and its regulation properties towards the organisms of humans, animals and plants. With this, he founded exogenous (affecting from the outside) bio-resonance. In these correlations, we should also mention endogenous bio-resonance, which works with the body’s own oscillation patterns. Today, bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt works exogenously as well as endogenously, exogenous bio-resonance, however, still plays the overriding part.
Lets return to the word ‘bio-resonance’. The word ‘bio-resonance’ consists of two parts; ‘bio’, which stresses the natural characteristics of the method; and ‘resonance’, which can only take place when objects with identical oscillation abilities respond to each other. We can illustrate resonance with the example of a tuning fork. If you place two identical tuning forks side by side, as shown in the illustration on the left, and then hit one of the forks to cause the emanation of its characteristic oscillation, the other fork, which has not been touched, also starts to resonate along with it. As a result, both forks resonate with identical frequencies, therefore sending out the same tone.
This only works if the tuning forks beside one another are identical. On repeating the experiment with two different tuning forks, the tuning fork swinging first will not be able to trigger the second fork, because it has no resonance ability. If we transfer this phenomenon to bio-resonance, we have already found the explanation, why bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt is also called gentle bio-resonance; taking the biological window into account, it is not possible to achieve side-effects. A ‘wrong’ frequency is unable to find a resonance spot in the organism, therefore it results in no effect whatsoever. Therefore, bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt concentrates on finding and then applying frequencies; you might picture this process as the re-activation of tuning forks in the organism, which are not resonating.
The Biological Window
Having explained bio-resonance with the help of the effects of sunlight on the skin; you may think not only of the tan gained by sunbathing, but also of the sunburn, which may occur instead. Therefore, there must be certain criteria, which have to be maintained, in order to trigger a regulation of the body. The example of sunlight allows us to determine several criteria. One is the period of time, during which the frequencies affect the body—an adequate sunbathing period is beneficial to our health; if this period is exceeded, however, we must protect ourselves from the sun. Another decisive factor is the intensity of radiation. In technological terms, we talk about the amplitude of an oscillation. If the sun is weak, we can expose our bodies to its rays for a long time; if it is very strong, a few minutes are all we can bear. A further decisive criterion is the frequency itself. If we filter the ultraviolet frequency spectrum out of sunlight, ‘tanning’ will not occur, which proves that the right frequency for a regulation must be present. The right kind of oscillation for application also applies to the biological window. For example, there are harmonious oscillations (i.e. sunlight) or rectangle-shaped oscillating forms, (computer technique) or triangle-shaped oscillating forms, used, for example, in stimulation therapy. As a final criterion, the rotational properties of the oscillation must be considered, which can stabilise the left or right rotating fields in the organism.
If these criteria are maintained, you remain within the biological window and can affect the body in a positive sense. If the criteria are all maintained, but the oscillation form, for example, is altered, you are still within the biological window—but the body is destabilised with this alteration. This is exactly the one main problem with mobiles, radio telephones and the complete wireless technology (wireless data connection between different components). It is within the biological window, but with inharmonious oscillation shapes.
Therefore, bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt is a gentle bio-resonance, because the criteria mentioned above all are applied in the sense of harmonisation exclusively. Because of the way they are designed, in the worst case, the corresponding bio-resonance devices achieve no regulation at all, but never will they do any harm. The experience of the past 20 years confirms this very impressively.
History Of Bio-Resonance According To Paul Schmidt
The very first survey was carried out by Paul Schmidt in 1976 with a frequency generator. This device enabled him to find out under which circumstances the organism can be brought into resonance in an optimal fashion, and how to achieve the best results. During these examinations, he discovered surprising connections, which prompted him to develop his own resonator, the heart of our modern bio-resonance devices according to Paul Schmidt. He found out that basically, diseases—which are unambigously diagnosed by orthodox medicine—can be described with frequencies below 100 KHz, in other words, he had to present frequencies below 100 KHz to the body, in order to initiate a regulation. Some time after this frequency was harmonised, he could observe a resonance, which was not twice as high, as he had expected, but ten times as high instead. If he concretely identified a resonance on the frequency 72.50 KHz, he found a resonance on the frequency 725.0 KHz some time later. This led to the conclusion, that diseases follow an exactly programmed oscillatory path until they become physically existent. At the same time, this conclusion contained the possibility of discovering a disease before its actual break-out. In the further course of his investigations, these connections were confirmed. It follows that diseases always start in very high frequency ranges. If this frequency is not brought to resonance accordingly, the frequency with the reduced value by the factor 10 will also soon show up with the need for harmonisation. If this is also not harmonised, the frequency slips down by the factor 10 once more. If, after some time, the frequency has reached the range below 100 KHz, the disease can be diagnosed by normal orthodox medicine. The picture on the left shows the chronological course of the disease (which can easily extend to a number of years) in correlation to the decrease of the frequencies and the increase of the necessary harmonising time. The lower the frequency which requires harmonising, the longer the application time. Harmonising times exceeding 20 minutes per frequency are possible. Very high frequencies can be harmonised very quickly, sometimes within just a couple of seconds. Bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt is therefore able to indicate problems much earlier than orthodox diagnostics; it is very easy to realise how important it is to find disorders at an early stage and harmonise them.
Frequent harmonising has the desired effect, that the resonance spectra no longer fall below the 100 KHz limit, therefore offering a powerful tool for prevention.
For many years Paul Schmidt carried out testing and harmonisation with a frequency generator. With increasing clarity he saw that this kind of instrument was not suitable for private or even professional application. On one hand, frequency generators, which work up to the Giga-Hertz-range, are extremely expensive; on the other hand, measuring and detection of all frequency decades is very time-consuming. Reasons enough for him to develop his own independant resonance system.
The Resonance System
Based on the knowledge that the body needs oscillations tuned in decades (in divisions of 10’s) for the activation of certain regulations, Paul Schmidt carried out long-term experiments with systems which promised these functions. The solution was particularly hard to find, because oscillation in the electro-magnetic area does not obey these laws. Normal divisions occur in 2, 4, 8, 16, etc. On the other hand, there definitely are interrelationships within our organisms, which are arranged in decimal logarithms. Our sense of hearing works on this basis. For example, noises which are 10 times as loud are experienced as only twice as loud. Paul Schmidt set himself the task of developing a resonance module which, once set to a certain value—called basic frequency value in the following—could resonate with the body on as many frequency decades as possible. The great advantage of such a system is the harmonisation of all decadic frequencies at the same time. It is no longer required, as in the case of a frequency generator, to harmonise the single levels separately. And he found such a system: for example, with this system, he could offer the body the frequencies 152 KHz, 1.52 MHz, 15.2 MHz, 152 MHz, etc., all at once, on the basic frequency value 15.20.
He put this into practice with a passive dipole antenna system. The system consists of a fixed and a mobile rod level and works passively, without external electric power source, with the great advantage, that unnecessary disturbance is not built up. Depending on the selected angle between the fixed and the mobile rod level, the characteristic oscillation of bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt is generated. You may recall the old television aerials below or on top of the roof, from the time before satellite TV. If these aerials were not precisely positioned, it was impossible to receive a picture. In such a case, the aerial had to be turned carefully, until it could receive the frequency of the television. Only when the perfect position was set, did the picture appear. With the resonance module of bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt it is quite similar, you have to set it right first, then the corresponding oscillation can be resonated. For this reason, bio-resonance devices bear scales to help set up a basic frequency value. In the end this action is also the correct angle set-up between the fixed and the mobile level. It sounds simple, but actually it is very difficult to build up a functioning system. Many marginal conditions must be regarded in fabrication, to make sure that the device will carry out its safe and reliable performance.
Even though the frequency generators were not very practical for a permanent medicinal application, they were very suitable for the development of the first bio-resonance device built by Paul Schmidt—the Sanotron. With the help of this prototype of a bio-resonance device—users affectionately nicknamed it Wonderbox—it was now possible to influence the regulation mechanism of the human organism, in deference to the biological window, in the most simple fashion. The picture on the left clearly shows the lever, which twists the mobile aerial system against the fixed aerial system inside the Sanotron.
The basic frequency value could be selected with the help of the (still rather rough) scale. At that time, there were still very few basic frequency values to work with, however they allowed the first tests and harmonisations, and offered a good foundation for further development. Even though bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt has developed in all directions enormously in the past years, the new Rayocomp PS 10 still works with the same reliable passive dipole antenna system first used for the Sanotron.
Biological Resonance Devices According To Paul Schmidt
Paul Schmidt wanted to develop implements not only for professional application—for therapists working with natural cures or alternative practitioners—but also for the private user. This philosophy is still maintained today. The professional therapist and the dedicated amateur who wants to test individual pathogens and toxins will find the Rayocomp PS 10 and Rayocomp PS1000 admirably suited to this task with their frequency precision of 0.01 and many integrated testing and treatment modules along with patient history storage facility.
With its simple construction, the New Rayocomp PS 10 is suitable for private use and also for mobile application.
The main characteristic of the Rayocomp devices is the computer-supported set-up of the resonance module. Complete harmonising programs, consisting of many hundreds of single basic frequency values, can be adjusted automatically. Determined resonances and test results can be saved and stored on memory cards or directly in the device, so you can gain access at any time.
The integrated computer is necessary for homing and set-up of the resonance module exclusively, not for the actual generation of the oscillation. There are three different Rayocomp devices, the Rayocomp PS 10, Rayocomp PS 100 and the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.
The Rayocomp PS 10
The Rayocomp PS 10 is a major advance from the older Rayometer devices. Weighing just 1.6 kilos, it is completely portable and yet with its computer functions and modular design it offers virtually all the harmonising possibilities of the larger devices.
Using the Paul Schmidt dipole antenna system common to all Rayonex devices the frequencies are adjusted by computer, which is battery powered. With a life of 15 hours and a fast 2 hour recharge the Rayocomp PS 10 is ideal for the whole family to use with the minimum of set-up time.
The device has an inbuilt polariser which switches automatically when running the integrated programs. The standard frequency precision is 0.05, which is an improvement over the previous Rayometers which offered 0.25 and 0.1. The device is equipped with a so-called frequency overlay. This ensures that not only the basic frequency value is transmitted but also the frequencies of the ‘neighbourhood’. This enables the device to run harmonising programs and memory cards that contain more exact frequencies. For example if a memory card contains the frequency 35.67 the device will default the setting to 35.7 as the nearest setting. However, the frequency overlay ensures that the range of frequencies is transmitted either side of the setting to make such harmonising programs and memory cards usable with this device. The frequency overlay guarantees safe and uncomplicated operation.
The new device has a user-friendly display with large clear characters being employed and uncomplicated menu functions. The Rayocomp PS 10 is offered in Base, Intermediate and Advanced models. Please refer to the Rayonex UK Ltd website for a full listing of individual specification and prices. The 54 Rayonex harmonising programs are available as is the Ulrich module according to Dr. med. Elmar Ulrich containing 17 harmonising programs. The 14 acupuncture meridians are integrated into a further module. 8 special programs are useful for quick testing and contain frequencies under the following headings: Check-up, Scar interference suppression, Bacteria/Viruses, Parasites, Global grid system, Water veins, Shiftings, Geopathy complete and Chakras. Test programs is another module that furnishes an alternative route of quick testing, it comprises the following: Electro-magnetic pollution, Geopathy test, Check-up test, Bacteria and Viruses test, Parasite test, Acid/base test and Quick test of the 14 meridians.
Now you can use the very successful system of the BAT (Bio-energetic analysis and therapy method according to Manfred Denecke) with the Rayocomp PS10. The BAT acute module is available and as the Rayocomp PS 10 has only one aerial system as opposed the five systems of the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar, a Transfer rayonator is supplied.
What is the basic difference between bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt and BAT? Manfred Deneke’s method does not work with single frequency values—it harmonises with complete frequency spectra consisting of several fundamental frequency values simultaneously. BAT does not use the usual memory cards, it uses a special card.
In addition to the above the device has a further 5 vacant memory slots to provide a degree of ‘future proofing’ allowing further modules to be integrated as and when they become available.
The Rayocomp PS 10 has a memory of 500 individual frequencies and can therefore run several of the integrated programs in one session.
A major part of the design brief for the new device was ease of use and the ability to achieve as much testing and/or treatment within a short time period. This has certainly been achieved. The device can adjust the frequency values from 0.00 to 99.95 in just 4 seconds. This represents a huge time saving over a treatment of 500 frequency values allowing for longer treatments of individual frequency values or a shorter overall treatment time if desired.
The replacement of the old Rayometers with the new Rayocomp PS 10 has made the first step into bio-resonance according to Paul Schmidt so much more rewarding. Instead of merely adjusting single frequency values manually, the increased functionality of the device opens up a huge range of treatment possibilities while increasing the testing options too.