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Scientific studies on the dipole antenna system used in Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt

When Paul Schmidt began his research in the field of his namesake bioresonance in 1975, he soon realised that he would not be able to achieve the positive physical effects he was striving for with a mere frequency generator. He therefore went on to develop what is now known as the dipole antenna, which enabled the simultaneous launch of decadal frequency spectra, among other things. This is why in the context of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt, we also talk about basic frequency values e.g. 35.75 as opposed to 35.75 Hz. Time and time again, energetic tests have demonstrated the specificity of the dipole antenna system: It is able to operate on several decadal frequency levels. As regards the above example, a basic frequency setting of 35.75 entails simultaneous resonance at 35.75 kHz, 357.5 kHz, 3.575 MHz, 35.75 MHz, 357.5 MHz or 3.575 GHz. More in-depth explanations on the subject can be found in the book on Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt. 

In recent years and decades, there have been repeated attempts to entrust university institutions and institutes with the investigation of this dipole antenna system. Unfortunately, these were unsuccessful, until late 2013, when we eventually managed to make contact with an institute in Schongau headed by Prof. Dr. Dartsch. His area of research is cell biology. Specifically, he has managed to show, based on scientific studies, whether certain stimuli boost or impair cell division. These tests are obvious and are also used in drug development.

Research into Paul Schmidt's dipole antenna system does not require an external power source or battery pack, which is why it was so difficult to explain. In the past, many scientists wanted nothing to do with the system because they could not (or did not want to) begin to conceive that it could possibly generate a stimulus.

This is precisely why the mini-Rayonex was chosen for cell biological investigations. This small device (which requires a battery pack or an external power source) contains a dipole antenna which is set to the basic frequency value of 12.50. Paul Schmidt himself discovered the universal effects of this basic frequency value and described it as an energetic basic frequency value. Indeed, when the body is exposed to stress and attempts to regulate itself back to homeostasis, first and foremost, it needs energy. Paul Schmidt came up with the idea of developing a small, portable and very affordable device to support the body's regulatory processes. Now, more than 30 years later, the Mini-Rayonex is one of the most built devices of Rayonex Biomedical GmbH. Many tens of thousands of copies of this popular unit have since been assembled. Time and time again, energetic methods such as EAV (Electroacupuncture According to Voll) and kinesiology, or radiesthetic methods such as the Rayotensor have confirmed the outstanding effects of self-healing forces worldwide. However, scientific confirmation of the effectiveness of the dipole antenna system had so far been lacking. The Dartsch Scientific Institute has made it possible to assess the outgoing effects of the mini Rayonex on cellular systems. In concrete terms, the institute cultured connective tissue fibroblasts and macrophages before testing their cellular activity. Picture 1 shows the test assembly. Initial experiments involved placing cell monolayers on both the top and bottom of the device in fabric carriers. The Mini-Rayonex was placed in between, almost sandwich-like. The aim was to find out whether the dipole antenna system of the Mini-Rayonex had any effect on the cell layers. These investigations also explored whether there were any differences between the top and bottom of the device in terms of intensity.

The results were nothing short of impressive! Under the influence of the Mini-Rayonex, cell activity increased by 45% within 24 hours. Interestingly, no differences could be observed between the top and bottom. For users, this meant that the Mini-Rayonex could be used on top of the body, e.g. placed on the skin while lying down, or below (e.g. under the pillow) with equally good results. Since these experiments were all repeated several times, one-time effects could be ruled out with certainty. In addition, all studies were conducted in vitro (in the laboratory), so that a placebo effect could safely be ruled out.

These encouraging results led to a further study being conducted in order to attempt to find out whether the Mini-Rayonex exerts a positive effect on wound healing behaviour. For this purpose, connective tissue fibroblasts were cultured in Prof. Dartsch's laboratory until a continuous cell layer was formed. A 1,400 micron-wide strip was then removed from this cell layer and used to stimulate the wound. This approach, which is commonly used in research allows to determine whether or not a stimulus helps promote wound healing. 

In this experiment too, the Mini-Rayonex proved highly effective (see study). The naked eye suffices to see that the wound heals faster under the influence of the Mini-Rayonex: this is visible from the narrowing of the wound gap. Based on these excellent results, the Dartsch Scientific Institute issued a certificate for the mini-Rayonex (which can be framed and hung on one's practice wall).