The equipment for NLS – non-linear frequency scanning system – is one of the most promising developments in the medicine since the early 21 century. It operates on the basis of spectral analysis of vortex magnetic fields of living organisms which enables to obtain the fullest information about health and even the primary, otherwise subtle signs of disease (incuding cancer cells). This is not part of the ability of other modern medical equipment (ultrasound, radiography, computed tomography), which can detect only already shaped volume process.
The information reached by NLS is far richer and creates a detailed image of the overall condition of the individual organism. In accordance with the theory of quantum logic, information exchange between systems takes place from a distance, associatively and selectively at the expense of quantum electromagnetic radiation having energy, equal to the energy, needed for breaking the links of the elementary structure of biological system. NLS scanner detects metastable broadcasts on their location, decodes them and shows on the screen the virtual images of organs and systems with their injuries.
It has been very difficult for science to reach those heights and here is the place to mention the names of scientists who have contributed to creating this type of equipment:
- Nikola Tesla – his is the first attempt to create a low-frequency quantum generator in the late 19th century.
- G. Lahovski – a French researcher, studied the effects of radio frequency on animal health and plants.
- R. Rayf – brilliant American scientist, examined the effects not only from radiowaves, but electricity on the human biofield.
- R. Voll – genius doctor who in 1950 in Germany and created systems for electrical testing of the human body through acupuncture points.
- F. Morel (doctor) and E. Rashe (engineer) – established in 1976 MORA – the first serious machine for biorezonant therapy.
NLS is a continuation and further improvement of this type of equipment.
Another advantage of the NLS-scanning is the so-called drug testing in which the computer compares the spectral characteristics of medicinal products with the characteristics of pathological process, which allows the doctor to determine the most effective drug for the patient.
In conclusion, NLS allows:
- to obtain a qualitative assessment of the functional status of the organism in the form of virtual topical analysis.
- to monitor the effectiveness and outcomes for different types of treatment methods.
- to assess the adaptability of the organism.
- to analyze the dynamics of the functional state of the body during the actual treatment.
- to evaluate of pathology itself.