Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland
You may find this situation familiar: Up to now you have successfully treated your patients with the CTT, by professionally treating them with the stress ampoule (in setting Ai) and the followup therapy step with the elimination ampoule (in setting A).
Although you have been testing and treating according to the rules set out in the user information, your patient is not improving as much as either you or your patient would like. All followup tests in the CTT turn out to be inconclusive, i.e. you can no longer find any resonances for the tested ampoules. However, your previous therapeutic experience and detective instincts tell you that there must still be a stress present in this particular patient.
If this is the case, then the following ideas may help you to deal with this situation and also provide you with an additional therapy option.
2. The idea of couplings
I would like to explain the term “couplings” to you in my following observations.
You perhaps know as well as I do that the oscillations of parasites and bacteria are bound in the corresponding ampoules of the CTT test sets.
Since parasites are living organisms, just like you and I, you may find it plausible that parasites can also suffer from bacterial stress. As a result, two different oscillation spectra combine, namely that of parasites with that of the corresponding bacterium living in the parasite.
These basic considerations persuaded me to delve further into this issue in my everyday work. I observed that by combining various stress ampoules, it is indeed possible to find an oscillation spectrum suitable for the patient in many cases. After treating the patient with combinations of these types of ampoules, their condition very often improved.
In physical terms, combining different test ampoules in this way gives rise logically to a new combination of oscillations, which in terms of its oscillatory behaviour, very probably corresponds to that of parasites with a bacterial stress.
I have termed this phenomenon “couplings”.
3. Specific procedure to search for couplings
You suspect that a patient may be suffering from a stress caused by bacterially stressed parasites. Taking this specific example, I would now like to explain how you should proceed.
The usual test arrangements apply.
Biotensor: Patient sits in front of the plate applicator (or the magnetic mat). You test with the tensor between patient and output applicator. When testing, take careful note of the connecting movement of the tensor between plate and patient (resonance).
Kinesiology: Patient sits in front of the plate applicator (or magnetic mat) or with an output applicator held in their hand.
3.2 Testing with the biotensor
Search for couplings: Place the pink “AntiParasiten” [antiparasites] ampoule in the input cup, connect up a scan applicator to a black cable (i.e. to the input of the BICOM®), set program 192 (A, amplification 10) and then use this applicator to test the pink bacterial stress ampoules (the socalled elimination ampoules) one after the other.
If you find a resonance during this process you may assume that your supposition was correct. Now proceed as follows to find the individual combination.
Here you would need to consistently test all possible combinations of ampoules for the bacteria and parasite pathogen stresses against each other – an almost impossible task!
The following stratagem will help you in this:
- Switch your BICOM® device to program 191 (Ai, amplification 10).
- Place a plate applicator connected to the input of the BICOM® device on the bacterial stress ampoules (greycoloured ampoules).
- Use a scan applicator likewise connected to the input of the BICOM® device to test each individual parasitic stress ampoule.
4. If you find that an ampoule triggers a positive resonance (connecting movement of the biotensor between patient and plate), you have found the corresponding ampoule for the parasitic stress.
5. As a next step, place the ampoule you have detected in this way into the
input cup and use the scan applicator (connected to the input of the BICOM®) to test the bacterial stresses one after the other. If you find a further stress ampoule, you have found the correct coupling.
6. The stress ampoules found using this technique should then be used together consistently in treatment.
3.3 Testing with kinesiology
The same considerations regarding the selection of ampoules again apply, but here you are assessing the reaction of the test muscle in the customary way.
3.4 Testing with EAV
The same considerations regarding the selection of ampoules again apply, but here you are looking for an improvement in the reading towards the normal range.
When testing using EAV the choice of meridian plays a role:
Test primarily on those meridians which assume a superordinate role within the control system to the stressed organs (e.g. brain) or structures (e.g. connective tissue).
4. Possible couplings
The following pointers may be helpful when looking for couplings:
Allergens ↔ Moulds
Foodstuffs (especially grains, rice, nuts) frequently hide a mould stress. If allergen therapy is proving unsuccessful, consider these couplings in particular. Of course, a mould such as this may also be stressed with an environmental toxin (fungicide, herbicide). In such cases you will need to call on your detective instincts…
Fungi ↔ Heavy metals/environmental toxins
Back in the days when most petrol still contained lead it was not advisable to eat fungi growing near the side of motorways because they were often contaminated with lead. The Chernobyl disaster meant that fungi in southern Switzerland (canton of Ticino) became radioactively contaminated. It was only around five years ago that fungi from this region were again cleared for consumption. This demonstrates that fungi help detoxify the soil.
Parasites ↔ Heavy metals/ environmental toxins/bacteria/viruses
Parasites too have a detoxifying function. It has been shown that certain tissue parasites reveal a concentration of heavy metals that is up to one hundred times higher than for the surrounding tissue in which they live. This would clearly suggest that parasites actively absorb heavy metals. However, this very probably applies not just to heavy metals but to all other environmental toxins too.
Occasionally threeway combinations may even be found (a parasite may reveal both a bacterial and a viral stress …).
Fortunately, in my experience such complex couplings are relatively rare.
5. Special points
Under point 3.2 (Search for couplings) testing of the parasite ↔ bacterium coupling was shown by way of example.
The Parasites test kit contains just one pink “AntiParasiten” [antiparasites] ampoule.
I therefore placed the scan applicator directly on this ampoule.
If I suspect there to be couplings such as bacteria ↔ viruses, the whole process becomes a little more complicated, for both test kits contain several pink ampoules. In order to cover the whole range of pink ampoules, use the cylinder applicator, for example, rather than of the scan applicator.
6. Special cases
As you know, all yellow ampoules (heavy metals, environmental toxins) have to be tested and treatment applied using both settings A and Ai. In theory you could find the following type of coupling:
Parasite ↔ amalgam in setting A.
Now you would be faced with the question of how you want to use these two ampoules in treatment, since parasite therapy using the grey ampoule is carried out with device setting Ai, yet the amalgam ampoule would require therapy setting A according to your test result.
I can reassure you that this combination is extremely rare. In such cases it has mostly been found that the amalgam ampoule tested on both A and on Ai and correspondingly the treatment could then be carried out with both ampoules together using device setting Ai.
7. Concluding remarks
Of course, experienced CTT therapists will realise (or be able to sense at least) that, based on these ideas, further test variants are possible.
In order not to overburden less experienced CTT therapists, the information I have provided here deliberately touches on just some of the test options available.
Nevertheless, I hope that the information I have provided has been of interest and that these tips give you more therapy options for the more complex cases.