A few weeks ago we received a large donation and were able to purchase an EAV machine and get Megan trained on it. This equipment measures the electrical currents in the meridians of the body and then interprets the data.
There is a lot of science involved and a lot of human assumptions. The science comes from measuring the electrical current. The machine challenges your body with a tiny electrical charge and then the system measures the push back by your body. This is hard science. Clean, simple and well substantiated.
However, all of the software interpreting the electrical signal coming back is quite suspect. You see, the alternative medicine field sees one set of energy in your body. I differ passionately (of course). I believe you have your life force, your spirit, the Holy Spirit, a wide variety of unclean spirits, body memories, attachments to time, land and other people. Every single one of those factors contains energy in your body that is measured by the machine.
And the software absolutely does not make those fine distinctions.
At present we know we can do a baseline, kick out a demon and retest to verify that the demon is gone. That is a nifty little tool but hardly world changing. We are currently having to use discernment to determine whether a reading that points to abnormality in some organ is actually biological or spiritual, and if spiritual, is it the result of unclean or clean spiritual activity. That would certainly be more useful but still not extraordinary.
Over time, we will be refining a data base that makes those distinctions for us, although discernment will, I am sure, continue to be a primary tool.
Another facet of the equipment is the software that matches an herbal treatment to the problem. Suppose you are pegged by the machine as having a gimpy liver. The normal practice would be to place a series of herbs on the machine which reads the electromagnetic properties of each compound and alerts you when you have a good match between the assets of the remedy and the deficit of the liver.
Again, there is solid science here since every plant carries its own electromagnetic fingerprint, so the machine is reading an absolute reality. On the flip side, the software is still doing some interpretation based on human presuppositions we don’t share. So we are cheerfully going to bubble gum the software so we can interpret the science with our theology. And THAT starts to get exciting.
We are not in the herb business, nor in the business of diagnosing biological health issues, but we are going to experiment to see if we can measure the vitality of the human spirit and then drill down to the seven portions of the spirit. At the end of the day, the human spirit is a very specialized electromagnetic field (AKA light!) so tracking it should be fairly easy.
At the same time, we want to use the trial and error method they use with herbs, but we will do it with Scripture. So for example, suppose the Teacher portion of your spirit tests out as gimpy. We wonder whether Teacher needs hope, patience, vision, reconciliation, passion or whatnot to restore his or her vitality. If we could test for that, it would be quite easy to “prescribe” a good dose of Scripture passages with the needed theme, instead of just throwing a bunch of generically good verses at the spirit.
So here is the first iteration of the plan. We have widely quoted the Scripture that says the Word of God is “living.” In its verbal form, we quite understand and agree. But what about in written form? We will find out in a few days.
Gabi will take a series of 3 x 5 generic cards and print on them the fruit of the Spirit in various fonts. So, for example, one card would have “love” printed on it a dozen times in different fonts, sizes and colors. One card for each of the fruit of the Spirit. Those will serve as the baseline because the paper and ink carry a charge that has to be factored in.
Then she will do a parallel set of cards with verses that highlight each of the different fruit of the Spirit. Again, one card per fruit. We will test them out to see if there is a dramatic difference in how the machine reads the two cards.
I don’t expect it to work, but I have learned a long time ago to try the simple things, because sometimes, they do work!!! So we will. If in fact, the words of Scripture printed on paper with ordinary ink carry a different electromagnetic charge than the words of man, that would certainly launch us into overdrive!
And if it doesn’t, I have two more back up plans.
Anyway, we have entered a fun new phase of research where we are working with the seminal data of energy flow throughout the whole body, not just in some sector of the brain. Being able to watch the spirit and the Spirit do their amazing partnership through our body will be splendiferously exciting for our not-devoid-of-excitement team.
The beauty of this machine is that we can do a baseline test on a person in five or ten minutes, do some ministry and then retest the problematic part in 30 seconds to find out if what we are doing is effective. That way we can try a dozen things in an hour or two, and when we find a protocol that seems highly effective (based on the snapshots the EAV machine takes), we can then do an EEG test to watch the movie of the spirit healing the brain while we speak to it.
Fun stuff indeed.
While Megan and I are busy making the machine do things its designer never envisioned, Lacy is drilling down on the basal ganglia in the brain. In Down Syndrome kids, calcification begins in the basal ganglia for most of them in the first year of life and that calcification and the parallel inhibiting of circulation has a cascade effect in hampering certain areas of their motor skill development and general functionality.
This is the Mercy portion of the brain. We are wondering whether working with the Mercy portion of a newly diagnosed Down Syndrome child could preclude this customary development.
The bottom line is that this piece of equipment massively opens up avenues for application and verification of protocols that involve the human spirit’s healing capacity in the context of fractals. And the beautiful thing is, once the protocols are developed and proven in the lab, you will be able to do them at home at no cost, with no equipment — just your spirit working with the spirit of someone you love in a more focused and technical way.
Thanks for the donations. They do make a difference in speeding up the process.
Copyright April 2013 by Arthur Burk
From the Hub, in Anaheim