The Frequency Paradigm

All living systems--from whole organisms to tissues and organs, cells, molecules, atoms and subatomic particles--generate energetic informational fields in the form of time-varying electromagnetic, electric and magnetic fields. Electromagnetic fields of the brain are measured by an Electroencephalogram (EEG) while electromagnetic fields of the heart are measured by an Electrocardiogram (ECG). The alphabet and language of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic is in the form of FREQUENCY and WAVE PATTERN.

FREQUENCY is the number of oscillations of an electric, magnetic and electromagnetic field in a specified period of time. Waveform is the variation in amplitute of a wave in a specified period of time. Unlike molecular messaging, FREQUENCY messaging is in the form of time varying electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields that travel at the speed of light. These energy fields carry vast quantities of information that are essential to life. An understanding of the meaning of the frequencies and waveforms that form the basis of these energetic informational fields will emerge to form a new paradigm of medicine and health over the next century.

What are Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields?

Electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields occupy space and contain energy. Electric and magnetic fields interact with matter; the electric field interacts with electric charges, fixed and moving, while the magnetic field interacts only with moving electric charges.

Magnetic Fields

A magnetic field occupies space and contains energy. Magnetic fields do not need matter to propagate and are able to transfer energy into space. The magnetic fields can be generated by permanent magnets or by a moving charged particle or mass. Magnetic fields that are pulsed can interact with charged particles that are static or in motion.

Electric Fields

An electric field occupies space and contains energy. Electric fields do not need matter to propagate and are able to transfer energy into space. The electric fields can be generated by a two unequal charged masses or particles that are static or in motion.

Plasma Fields

A plasma field is a gaseous mixture of negatively charged electrons and positively charged ions that is created by subjecting an inert gas or mixture of inert gases to an electromagnetic field. The plasma field serves as an antenna for electric and magnetic fields that can be pulsed.

Electromagnetic Fields: Light

An electromagnetic field is generated whenever a charge is accelerated. Acceleration occurs whenever a charge changes direction or velocity. One example of electromagnetic field is an AC current carrying conductor, like a power line. The time-varying voltage causes charges to move back and forth and the change in velocity and direction causes the effect called electromagnetic radiation. Light is an electromagnetic radiation of a frequency range in terahertz (1012 Hz) that is reported as a nanometer wavelength (400 to 700 nm).

About Pulsed Frequency

Pulsed Frequency (PF) is dedicated to the emergence of new treatment modalities that are based on the application of pulsed magnetic, light and electromagnetic fields.

Pulsed Frequency has created a unique PC based software (Waveomics™) that allows individuals the ability to experience and create frequency files for magnetic, light and electromagnetic fields.

The frequency files can be used by several different modalities that generate of low energy: pulsed magnetic fields by magnetic induction coils, pulsed electromagnetic fields by cold plasmas and pulsed light frequencies by narrow band LED lights.

This software gives everyone the opportunity to experience the effects of specific frequencies alone or in combination by a variety of low-energy magnetic, electromagnetic and electric fields.


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