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Section 4

William Ross Adey

The final important principle looks at the actual intensity of the emission. William Ross Adey, while experimenting with cerebral cells in chicks, found they only responded to a certain frequency (10 Hz). Also, he found that the amplitude must lie within a specific (very low) range.

This is called Adey's window, and it is a limited range in which a biological system is able to respond to electromagnetic signals carrying information. Interestingly, this range falls within the same range in which Homeopathic signals are measured.

Popp found while studying Homeopathic remedies that they are an example of photon sucking. Homeopathic remedies are resonance absorbers.

If a non-physiological frequency produces certain symptoms, a high dilution of a substance which could produce the same symptoms would still carry these oscillations.

Like a tuning fork in resonance, a suitable homeopathic solution might attract and then absorb the non-physiological oscillations, allowing the body to return to normal.
 

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