A few weeks ago I attended a meeting held in Überlingen by Prof. Dr. Konstantin Meyl titled “Scalar Waves in Medicine”. During the two days various speakers presented their experimental results of applying Meyl’s Theory of Objectivity to living matter. The most profound revelation was the explanation of homeopathy in easily conceivable terms. So let me start right away.
The basic process of homeopathy is that you take a small amount of a substance and put it in a bottle of water. Then you shake the solution, take a drop of the solution and put in into another bottle of pure water. This process is repeated until you have the desired potency.
So what is actually happening what you put the substance into the water in the first place? Well, water is subject to Brown’s movement, which is caused by temperature; that is, all the water molecules move with a certain velocity trough the water and constantly hit one another and collide. Furthermore water is a bipolar substance, since every H2O molecule forms by charge distribution a tiny dipole.
Now when you put the substance into water, the water will be structurized according to the ‘wave information’ of the substance. You have to know that the substance as well as any material has a self resonance frequency. This frequency as well as the whole spectrum of harmonics (described in the Fourier series) is thus taken up by the water due to its movement. Now this is not a simple transversal waves for which water surface waves are the most often used example, but, because the water must be mathematically described as a plasma, also a transversal wave. Between these two waves furthermore are vortices that have the property to transform one into the other. So far for the actual waves of the water molecules themselves.
But as we all know there is more in space than mass points. In mass-free space, that is a vacuum, there are still electric and magnetic fields. So by the charge distribution of the substance and the water, which reacts intensively to electric fields as outlined before, and if the molecule includes aromatic rings especially by the magnetic field, the water also takes up the electromagnetic waves of the substance. This is true not only for transversal electromagnetic waves (the scientifically acknowledged ones), but also for longitudinal electric waves due to the electrons present (also scientifically acknowledged, but less known) and for longitudinal magnetic waves (not at all scientifically acknowledged, but strictly required for a consistent theory of the EM field as has been shown by Konstantin Meyl in “Widerspruchsfreie Elektrodynamik” published in Germany by the Indel Verlag).
This deserves some explanation. When you take three water molecules and put them in the form of an hexagon, such that each second bend is represented by an oxygen molecule and the other three by a hydrogen molecule, you arrive at at structure similar to an aromatic ring (just with water molecules instead of carbon molecules). This is of course just a temporary structure of water, but its significance immediately comes to mind when contemplating the beautiful structures of snow flakes. As with all aromatic rings, also the electrons inside the water ring will become localized and move round the ring. So what is that? Electrons moving round a circle? Well, that’s easy! It’s a coil!
As we know by Lorentz’s Force electrons will induce a magnetic field which is perpendicular to the area spanned by the ring and whose orientation is dependent on the right hand rule (or left hand rule, if you consider the electrons as positive charge carriers). There are strong hints that this magnetic longitudinal wave is biologically relevant, which we will see later when we come to the experiments presented. It is also important to note that this hexagonal arrangement is favored in colloidal water; the water in our bodies is in this form.