The Ancient Egyptian Healing Technology
Tremendous number of mixed reactions about our PYRO Nerve Stimulator have been arriving to our mailboxes daily, since we distributed more than 740 sets (as of March 14, 2007) of it to our valuable clients.
We are glad to know that there are hundreds of satisfactory reports without any negative results. Many of them wrote us several questions and recommendations.
Highest number of questions is about Ra (sun god in Egyptian religion) applying similar healing procedure and the Eeman biocircuit, and of course regarding my articles: "Health Bracelet" and "PYRO Nerve Stimulator".
Here, you will know my research which was done long time ago when I was in Korea. There, I found a book called "Knowledge (Wisdom) of Heaven", printed in the Kingdom of Belgium (northern part of France), in 1937 at a flea market of Daimong.
In that old book, I found several kinds of traditional healing method. Yes, one of them is about the Egyptian healing in the religion of Ra.
In the religion of Ra, young and old, male and female wear wrist-ring and ankle-ring made of vine (grapevine or willow or similar tree) which looks like bellow photos.
The book states that vine ring makes a healthy and strong body. Probably, this is also an answer for my "Health Bracelet" article.
Aside from it, these vines are made into necklaces, pendants and were used as talisman (charm). Here I believe that they worked well in rejuvenating and stimulating the nervous system, because these vine trees have some conductivity to pass small current like brain signals.
Probably, Mr. Eeman, who got severe back injury in 1915 flying accident, became interested in the Egyptian religion's technology of healing and he made it with copper sheets and wires. And it worked well for his injury. I believe that's where his invention of Eeman Biocircuit was born.
PYRO Nerve Stimulator is also somewhat a duplicate of the above idea, and we did more research to find why the Talisman (charm) of Ra works so well.
If you talk about talisman, most modern medical science has something to do with Ra, too. Do you believe it?