Dr Robert Beck
Suppressed Medical Discovery: Dr. Robert C. Beck ( Cancer,AIDS, anything viral)
The updated schematics are in Chapter 11 of Patrick Kelly. I tried to upload related PDF and Beck Protocol but they exceed forum limit. They're 154kB and 10.4MB files. I can email them instead.
This basic device is a blood electrifier and CDS attachment. I built it recently and circuit works fine. I need to get proper electrodes made as well as test it CDS part. They can be made from thin stainless steel wire but need to be wrapped in cotton or flannel to prevent direct contact with skin.
Thanks for opening this thread.
Can you please email the beck proptocol?
email: tejinder at gmx dot com.
Just sent it to you.
Originally Posted by teej_seeker
There is another device which Robert Beck experimented with - magnetic pulser. Basically it is photoflash (I'm using older Vivitar) which has an aircoil in series with flash bulb. Simplest way to make is to use plastic spool from an old VHS tape and fill it with AWG 18. Approx. 340 turns. Some kind of handle - similar to the shower handset with audio jack and this is it.
It is similar with the effect of inductive spike in the coil of the monopole. Word of caution: when using it keep away from your wallet, electronic equipment or any digital storage media. They will be erased. Other, non medicinal use is to disable tracking RFID chips embedded in clothes, shoes, plastic cards etc.
In the video of Robert C. Beck, he says to use 130 turns of #14 or #16 gauge for the coil of the magnetic pulser.
Originally Posted by Claude Champagne
Just to clarify. are the wire gauges specified the SWG or the AWG?
thanks in advance.
Hello blackchisel97...Also a great thanks for posting the video...Please email the Beck Protocol to me as well. I don't recall the names right now but there are some free services where you can upload large files and then make available to everyone reading the topic. I looking forward to building the devices shown in the video, especially since I have a couple of old Vivitar flash units.
This is an area in which I am also interested. You may have seen this but if not for you and other readers here is a 42 page handout from Dr. Beck concerning his work. http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeckPaper.pdf It gives very detailed descriptions/parts lists for how to build his blood electrifier and talks a great deal as well about colloidal silver. It also gives the background for the Albert Einstein college of medicine research that pointed him in that direction. I have also watched some of Bob's lectures and look forward to watching this one if I haven't already. He has passed on so we can't debate and/or question him but he struck me as a pretty straight shooter and an honest scientist. He did have a lot of anecdotal testimony and some self reported histology finidings to say something very significant was going on. While I am guessing this was not the case, I think any of us are quite capable of getting carried away with anecdotal findings in an area of great importance to us and the world. Actually after learning of him I picked up a SOTA instruments "blood electrifier" and "brain tuner." More on that in a moment.
Just as a few quick generalizations about "electromagnetic medicine" I have come to the following. Yes, sure as a lightening bolt, electricity and magnetism can have profound influences on health. However I suspect saying, "I used electromagnetics to cure this disease" Is about the same as saying I used drugs to cure a disease. Even leaving aside the what disease part, there is the obvious, well which drug, what formulation, what dosage, how given, for how long part, etc? So, what part of the electromagnetic spectrum, what possible pulse rate of a specific frequency, what voltage, what amperage, applied where, for how long etc. Not to mention possible multiwave interference patterns or whatnot. But before we even get there, you tell me, is electromagnetics as a whole as conventionally presented correctly understood? Granted medicine has often not had a good handle on what the actual mechanism is for many of its greatest sucesses, just take the centuries of practise in and innumerable cures from blood letting, ah wait scratch that, I mean frontal lobotomies, er wait uh digital rectal exams for prostate cancer? Alright leaving conventional medicine's most storied tapestry behind us, and not that there haven't been genuine and wonderful advances in "conventional medicine", I do tend to suspect for unclear reasons that understanding how electromagnetics relates to health may tell us very important and positive things about ourselves.
So quickly back to the story line, I picked up the Sota instruments devices, I was afraid to use the blood electrifier for more than a half hour a couple days in a row as a tremendously overlooked story line in modern medicine is "if it ain't broke don't fix it." I noted no ill effects from my little usage. Perhaps being less sure of or concerned with my brain I used the "brain tuner" for 20 minutes a day maybe even a week straight. Evidently some people report an increase in lucid dreaming, I did not note this. What I did note was an increase in hypnogogic processing of some information whether unconsious or otherwise and it would occur as such a flash it would wake me from going to sleep (ah so that's where that person's at on that!). It may have been coicidence or placebo but it decreased after stopping and was a bit annoying so without being nihilistic there is a bit perhaps to what F. Scott Fitzgerald said about the best thing is to be a happy idiot. So i've cut back on it though I think I may use it more again as it also is calming. I would consider the blood electrifier as well in the case of some disease indication as at least in short intervals it was not at all toxic to me.
Last thing then I'll shut up. One area I disagree with Dr. Beck on is the chronic use of significant doses of colloidal silver, just as I would disagree with the chronic use of significant doses of penicillin. I hope I am not overly naive and from my background I understand that Merck would have no problem with hiring the "blue man band" for their new hit "how I got argyria". Still there are in the medical literature at least a few cases of dermatologic argyria from silver intoxication, i.e the skin is colored blue because silver particles have impregnated that tissue. Dr. Beck reported a fascinating personal medical history in that for much if not most of his adult life he was morbidly obese, even to the point of offering a cash reward to anyone who would cure him of his affliction. Once he began treating himself with his electromagnetic therapies, ozonated oxygen and colloidal silver he not only attained his ideal healthy weight, he regrew his hair. Considering the long time he suffered with chronic medical problems it is likely out of the ordinary that he lived to the age of 77, dying at that time, if memory serves, of chronic heart failure. We lost a great scientist, but I believe he will be happy to see us argue and debate his work.
I've been recently warned by 4shared service, where I keep some of my files about violating copyright regarding Walter Russell files and I decided to upload to Scribid instead. Here are the links - Robert Beck
@ teej_seeker. It is AWG Dr Beck talks about. Yes Claude, he says 130T of 14-16. I had some leftovers of 18 and it works just fine. As far as number of turns it was my typo, sorry for that.
@ZPDM. Thank you for joining. I'am about to be late for my appointment but wanted to post a.s.a.p. I'll be back tonight.
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