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Americans Spent $33.9 Billion Out-of-Pocket on Complementary and Alternative Medicine


Americans spent $33.9 billion out-of-pocket on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) over the previous 12 months, according to a 2007 government survey¹. CAM is a group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products such as herbal supplements, meditation, chiropractic, and acupuncture that are not generally considered to be part of conventional medicine. CAM accounts for approximately 1.5 percent of total health care expenditures ($2.2 trillion²) and 11.2 percent of total out-of-pocket expenditures (conventional out-of-pocket: $286.6 billion² and CAM out-of-pocket: $33.9 billion¹) on health care in the United States. Read more. Download PDF

Moray Patent US2460707


This invention relates to electrotherapeutic apparatus, and to methods of applying electrical, radioactive, and other radiant phenomena therapeutically. The invention is primarily concerned with the use of high potential, high frequency electricity though not necessarily limited thereto, in conjunction with radioactive and other types of electronic and radiation phenomena, for therapeutic purposes. DOWNLOAD PDF  

Bioenergetics Session Considerations


Probable more than any other question received, are those specifically related to “giving one’s self a Rife session”. Most folks learn of bioenergetics concepts via their investigation into resonant frequency technologies, typically the work of Royal Raymond Rife, or even today’s Dr. Hulda Clark. Dr. Clark’s presentation is believed by technical persons to possibly be oversimplified to the point of being an inaccurate explanations of the technology, but has unquestionably successfully and elegantly conveyed to the masses the concepts of frequency and resonance so that virtually anyone, regardless of education or background, might begin a fuller and firsthand investigation into this seemingly alien medical technology. DOWNLOAD PDF  

1977 Senate Hearing on MKULTRA


Mr. Chairman: In my letter to you of July 15, 1977, I reported our recent discovery of seven boxes of documents related to Project MKULTRA, a closely held CIA project conducted from 1953-1964. As you may recall, MKULTRA was an "umbrella project" under which certain sensitive subprojects were funded, involving among other things research on drugs and behavioral modification. During the Rockefeller Commission and Church Committee investigations in 1975, the cryptonym became publicly known when details of the drug-related death of Dr. Frank Olsen were publicized. In 1953 Dr. Olsen, a civilian employee of the Army at Fort Detrick, leaped to his death from a hotel room window in New York City about a week after having unwittingly consumed LSD administered to him as an experiment at a meeting of LSD researchers called by CIA. DOWNLOAD PDF  

Electron Therapy Research


This report concerns itself with the discovery of a virus causing cancer and a method of treatment which excited considerable interest among reputable doctors and laboratory specialists as long ago as 1934.  This theory has stood up under hundreds of controlled laboratory tests and has been applied to treat human cancer in dozens of cases. DOWNLOAD PDF

The Electrical Properties of Cancer Cells


Normal cells possess the ability to communicate information inside themselves and between other cells.  The coordination of information by the cells of the body is involved in the regulation and integration of cellular functions and cell growth.  When cancer arises cancer cells are no longer regulated by the normal control mechanisms. DOWNLOAD PDF

Electrical Nutrition for Physically Active People


The skeletal system of humans in constantly undergoing continual degradation that in ideal situations is balanced by new bone synthesis   Because bone is a dynamic tissue, it can adapt by strengthening when subjected to mechanical stress, such as repetitive physical activity.  In athletic exercise the extremities of the body are subjected to repeated mechanical stress creating a condition where bone turnover (bone remodeling) is accelerated. The process of bone remodeling is dependent on numerous factors including levels of exercise, hormone levels and tissue availability of certain vitamins and minerals. DOWNLOAD PDF

Poor Man’s Rife – HV Plasma Project


As a person progresses in his or her education and experimentation, more accurate and sometimes specialized equipment is desired to more effectively and or accurately control their equipment.  Money saved by self construction can better be allocated to quality signal generation which cannot be easily constructed.  Shown here is a highly accurate, computer controlled signal generation device providing the optimal signal to the unit. DOWNLOAD PDF

Antimicrobial Resistance in the European Union and the World


Drug-resistant pathogens are notorious globe-trotters.  They travel well in infected air passengers and through global trade in food.  In addition, the growth of medical tourism has accelerated the international spread of hospital-acquired infections that are frequently resistant to multiple drugs... The EU has its eyes wide open to the problem.  This is readily seen in the number of recent policies, directives, technical reports, strategies, and regulatory decisions designed to reduce antibiotic consumption, in humans and animals, ensure the prudent use of these fragile medicines, and protect specific agents that are critically important for human medicine. DOWNLOAD PDF