A device for transferring resonant magnetic energy between a source of current and the human body.
This is a compact device which serves to provide a localized application of magnetic energy to electrically-charged tissues, calibrated to the characteristic frequency of the user by coupling through the magnetic potential of the body. It is in principle similar to other magnetic resonant technologies, such as the MRI, but has been developed specifically to transfer energy compatible to the human body for health and enhancement.
The type of energy transferred, in the case of the ordinary use of the device—that is, by placing the metal surface against the skin and powering the device with a voltage-conversion power supply connected to the mains—is photonic-based charges which collect in the structure of the metallic component. The charges act in a similar way to those seen in systems exhibiting eddy currents contained in Bloch waves in lattices.
Such a transfer gives the device extreme flexibility and adaptability to the body. One of the most interesting is the stimulation of the connections between neurons, increasing the potential of the growth of dendrites in the axions of neuronal tissues. With an exposure of 15 minutes, significant growth is observed, as documented in peer-reviewed publications. Regarding pure exposure of the generated field outside of the use of the metallic component, the magnetic field is < 50uT.
It is hypothesized this device works with ANY neuronal tissues of the body, including the electrical tissues of the brain. With an exposure on the brain stem, growth and quality of the connections between neurons is increased and the computational ability of the brain is improved. It is speculated at this point in the research and development of the device that memory and the manifestation of intelligence is also improved, given exposure is yielded upon those correct parts of the brain where the improvement is desired.
In any usage of the device, the emitted power is regulated by the inductive draw of current by the neuronal cells.