REACTIVITY VERSUS RESONANCE
REACTIVITY VERSUS RESONANCE
This document is adapted from the QXCI system with permission from Professor William C. Nelson.
This article is designed to make the process of the QXCI /SCIO device more clear.
The measurement of Electro Physiological Reactivity (EPR) is clearly documented in energetic medicine. The majority of measuring devices designed to do this use skin impedance or resistance. These devices mostly all use point probes that depend on application by the therapist to the skin. The application of the point probe is subject to idiomotor or subtle muscle control. This allows the intervention of therapist control, which may effect the result. The same idiomotor control that makes the ouigi board appear to work, can effect the control of these energetic medical devices. If the point probe is applied slowly the reading will be lower than if the probe is applied quickly. It is the speed of delivery of the probe that controls the result more so than the pressure.
Is all of the use of this field of energetic medicine complete bunk? Even though there is a measure of operator interference, these devices have been found to measure something.
The body's reaction, or EPR, is made up of changes of voltage, amperage and resistance. Therefore the perfect measurement of EPR is found within changes in the trivector of amperage, voltage and resistance. However, measuring resistance alone would have some purpose.
The next difficulty with the antiquated point probe devices has been the limitation of the time of the test. The body's reaction to items is triggered by an ionic exchange. This is the basis of reaction since electron transport or ionic exchange dictates it. The speed of ionic exchange in the body is approximately 1/100 of a second. The point probes are not able to measure at this speed whereas the computerised QXCI device is designed to measure the total reaction at biological speeds. What are the old style point probe systems measuring? They are measuring the left over resonance of the initial reaction.
After the body has had it's initial reaction it will continue to react to the item for a variety of reasons in a variety of patterns. To show how a person could react, diagrams may be viewed within the simple help manual for the QXCI.
When we perform the Xrroid test we are measuring only the initial reaction and thus we can catalogue the priority of the initial reaction. To measure the residual resonance would take over one second per item and thus the Xrroid test would take over six hours. On completion of the test we can use the individual test button to measure any of the single items in the matrix. This takes about 2 seconds and will prompt a yellow panel displaying the initial reaction or Reactivity, (the Allergic reactivity), and the residual Resonance. The Resonance determines the extent to which a person needs the item in question. The point probe systems measure only the residual resonance whereas the QXCI device measures both with no operator interference.
I hope that you will find this information helpful in using the QXCI system.
The Coherence measurement is the percentage of how close the signal returns to the signal that is sent. This increases if there is a harmonic reaction in the client and any number above 75 indicates a positive reaction.
The Fourier number is the mathematical relationship number of the resulting 7 part harmonic dissection. This is a complicated mathematical concept which as yet does not seem to have any meaning. If you find one contact us!