Two Towers makes a Bob Beck protocol device magnetic pulser
Richard Loyd has a website with
information on all types of bioelectronic devices including EMEMs, Super
Thumpys and other pulsers, improved zappers, violet ray, and others plus instructions on
building some of them. He also gets people together to buy F-Scans in
bulk to get a break on the price. He wrote the article Zappers
and Other Gizmos.
The F-Scan is sold
by T-B Electronics.
It is expensive but can supposedly run a scan
on the body, looking for frequencies which resonate, and then running the frequencies it detected either with the
built-in pad device or as an input to a Rife Bare device.
Bruce Stenulson makes and sells EMEM-like devices he calls EM+ as well as zappers and other
complementary bioelectronic devices and accessories.
Dan's Enhancer is called a
"molecular enhancer" and appears to be gentle electric
stimulation, but must be used for long periods.
George Lakovsky designed and built the Multi-Wave oscillator. This is a short article from
Educate Yourself" in the Forbidden
Cures section which gives information on him.
Technology provides instructions on building a portable Multi-Wave
The Carolina Health Center near Greenville, South Carolina, is run by Peter Kapetanakos. He is heir to John
Garvy's original Energy Medicine clinic. He performs Vega testing, homeoenergetic remedies,
function generator electro-acupuncture, and other health modalities.
Kelly Research Technologies invented the BETAR sound relaxation system plus offers radionic analyzers, systems, and accessories as well as E.L.F. generators which produce the Schumann resonance waveform..