Sunday, May 14, 2006

From the Forked Rod to Physical-Medicinal Radiesthesia

Rod & Pendulum
In this category we want to show you our radiestetic measuring devices.

From the Forked Rod to Physical-Medicinal Radiesthesia
Radiesthetic measuring devices have accompanied humanity for a very long time. Looking back in history, Egyptian priests were already familiar with the fork rod, as can be seen in sculptures and on picture plates found in the tombs of the Pharaohs in the Valley of the Kings (3000 to 332 BC). The divining rod also played a special part in the ore mines of the 15th century. In the writings of Paracelsus (1493 -1541), he stresses the great importance of the divining rod. A script from the year 1700 reports about learned diviners, surveying in old tunnels of mines, whether it would be profitable to reopen them or not.

In early days, the two-hand rod was used for divining, to detect disturbance fields, or mental testing was carried out with the pendulum, but today, the one-hand rod is the common instrument applied for medicinal Radiesthesia.

Radiesthetic diagnosis by means of one-hand rods has established its significance in alternative medicine. Combined with our bioenergetic devices this method allows the determination of the energetic situation of a patient. When going into detail, we distinguish between phenomena like resonance to or tolerance of a special information. Medicinal Radiesthesia also stresses the importance of the strength or weakness of the single resonances. Within the physical-medicinal Radiesthesia, however, the perception of the physiological and pathological fields itself comes to the fore. This method, easy to learn, allows definite statements and is limited to the precise evaluation of the energetic situation, the basic pre-condition for a successful therapy with the bioenergetic devices.

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