New experiences with low deep frequencies and the second channel

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Simone Maquinay, Aachen, Germany 

Introduction

At last year’s conference we reported on our experience with new treatment principles involving a new prototype of the BICOM® device. Shortly afterwards we acquired the new BICOM® BICOM optima® and this was followed by a settling in period as we got to grips with the new way of working. We have since boosted our experience with many new patients, investigated further and shared best practices with other experienced therapists. We would like to pass on a few ideas and share our experiences to date with you.

Treatment blocks

We have since seen a number of reports from therapists detailing their experiences in the low deep frequency range, which we can corroborate from experience in our own practice.

We have received particularly good feedback about the new treatment programs entered by Frau Karz in the fields of Organ therapy, Pain therapy, Immune modulation, Hormone regulation and Treatment blocks. Table 1 summarises the most important programs for removing treatment blocks and some ideas on the precious stones and essential oils that can be used with for channel 2.

Brain waves

We already know that low deep frequency brain waves can be detected by EEG (electroencephalogram). Low deep frequencies appear to have a special “control function” in the body. The idea of working therapeutically with “brain frequencies” is not a new concept. Peter Mandel has already worked in the corresponding frequency ranges in his colorpuncture. In his book entitled „Die Induktionstherapie” (EnergetikVerlag, ISBN 3925806334; reference by Elke Gerhardt), Robert Füß describes working with various brain waves and how these relate to the acupuncture meridians (Table 2, above). Füß points out that this type of therapy does not work on the brain, rather it works like the brain in the body, and this appears important here.

There is an option to test individually adjusted programs even in the low deep frequency range in difficult patients. This is useful for treating physical symptoms (Case 1) as well as for the treatment of stubborn allergens in allergy therapy (Case 2).

CASE STUDIES

Case 1: 45 yearold male
Functional cardiac symptoms 

Test
Electrode positioning and program parameters were individually tested:

Input: Left side of the chest
Output: Modulation mat, back.

Basic therapy, test
After basic therapy (3130, 130), the program was changed via key 5 after testing. Frequency search via the “Band pass Test” (3), time 240 seconds on resonance stop with point button. Program tested: H+D; 6,1 Hz; H 0,7; Di 0.05; interval; wobble off; 5 minutes.

Treatment using tested program
The heart symptoms immediately disappeared.

Outcome
In the event of unclear or stubborn physical symptoms, the possibility of testing individual program parameters should be considered and the low deep frequency should be incorporated in the test.

Case 2: 60 yearold female
Stubborn food allergy with chronic eczema

Treatments to date

Since 2003, recurrent eczema on the neckand face, sometimes accompanied by Quincke’s oedema.
Initial series of BRT treatments administered in 2005 to counteract salicylic acid, glutamates and spices and, at a later stage, cow’s milk.

2006: Treatments for house dust and pollen.

Therapeutic low deep frequencies

2008: Recurrence of eczema, treatments to counteract wheat, spices and Candida.
Following symptomfree phases, fresh outbreak of eczema in October 2009.
Test
As routine allergy testing did not highlight any results, the principal allergens, milk and wheat were investigated in the low deep frequency range.
With a slow band pass sweep the tensor was used to investigate which frequencies in the low deep frequency range were still in resonance, i.e. still required by the patient.
Result:
Cow’s milk 2.4 Hz, 4.9 Hz, 10.2 Hz
Wheat 3.6 Hz, 4.6 Hz, 6.0 Hz, 7.8 Hz

Therapy

  1. Allergy therapy: Wheat 3.6 Hz, 4.6 Hz
  2. Allergy therapy: Wheat 4.6 Hz, 6.0 Hz, 7.8 Hz
  3. Allergy therapy: Cow’s milk 2.4 Hz, 4.9 Hz, 10.2 Hz

Shortly afterwards, the eczema had largely regressed and the patient could tolerate all foodstuffs once again.

Outcome
The idea of treating allergies via individual frequencies is not a new concept. We are familiar with the following frequencies in the higher frequency range: 11 kHz (for toxic substances, e.g. Prog. 979), 25 kHz (Viruses, e.g. Prog. 978) and 52 kHz (natural antigens, e.g. Prog. 977). Since then other “difficult” allergy patients have also been treated with low deep frequencies. The most common frequency ranges are presented in Table 3 (above). Interestingly, some of the frequency ranges tested more or less correspond to those detected by Nogier for ear acupuncture (always a multiple of the base frequency 1.14 Hz).
Evidence has meanwhile come to light to show that low deep frequency ranges also play a crucial role in “focal therapy”. Further research is still required before general recommendations can be given.

Second channel:

We continue to see BICOM optima®l treatment results when the principal treatment is supported by energetically stabilising information in the second channel. The following have proved beneficial in this regard: CTT meridian and element ampoules, homeopathic individual and complex materials, herbal remedies, precious stones and minerals as well as essential oils. We have put together for ourselves a small “test kit” with (semi) precious stones and a “test kit” comprising the most accessible essential oils. It may be assumed that most of the healing properties of essential oils are effective through oscillation patterns. The intake and external application of essential oils with the concomitant administration of homeopathic treatment should be avoided due to the risk of interaction. We have not had any negative experiences when “oscillating in” via the second channel. On the contrary, the body’s regulatory capacity seems to be supported in particular. We have also had good experience with the stored substance complexes.

Taking the “eliminating organs” as an example, here are a few tips for selecting substances that have proved their worth in practice for the second channel. Tests should be carried out in individual cases to establish how much of this information is appropriate for ongoing therapy (generally not more than 1 to 3 substances).


Organ therapy

Organ therapy

Organ therapy

Organ therapy


Overview

These comments will hopefully help motivate you to carry on testing and investigating the new options available with the BICOM® BICOM optima®. In this way we can continue achieving favourable outcomes even where patients present with increasingly severe and intensive levels of stress.

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