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What follows is from the anonymous email...>>> Jerry
About six months ago I read the file on Bob Beck's magnetic pulse device.
I decided to build one, and try it out. I did so, using a 35mm camera flash.
I saw immediate and dramatic results in a wide variety of applications.
The magnetic pulse proved effective against
I don't have all of the above conditions (fortunately!) but have been
sharing the experimental technology around in a number of directions, and
keeping track of the results.
There are indications it may be effective against the viral triggers of
rheumatoid arthritis, MS, and similar conditions.
It apparently de-toxifies insect "venoms" somewhat as high voltage electricity
is reported to detoxify snake venom.
This week, I have seen it dramaticly reduce a hydraulic cyst on a persons'
wrist. In four days or "light" therapy, the cyst went from hard, walnut-sized
& turgid, to half-size, slack & wrinkled. (Beats the hell out of repeated
I've also received reports that it has caused known precancerous moles to drop
off, and diagnosed cancerous tissues (lesions) to flake away, leaving healthy
tissue in place.
Most recently, I've seen it improve a case of Viet Nam jungle rot that the VA
hasn't even been able to identify, much less treat. Clear white skin showing
in the middle of the ugliest scaly purple blotches I've ever seen in just over
three days. That was more relief (except for the "healing" itch) than the guy
has had in 25 years.
So far, no contra-indications whatever, aside from one person who used it
on a heart implant, which prompted an ocurrence of rapid heartbeat, and one
chronic dental abcess that apparently started healing so fast that pus
pressure popped out an old filling, requiring a trip to the dentist.
This technology works. It works better than my wildest expectations.
Which brings me to the new stuff.
I made my first pulser out of a 35mm flash unit. I named it "Mr. Thumpy"
because of the distinctive sound and feel of the pulse. "Mr. Thumpy I" lasted
about three weeks, then his electronic guts melted away in a frenzy of over-
I went out & bought a new flash unit. "Mr. Thumpy II" was born, and died in
the same fashion. So did "Mr. Thumpy III".
I kind of figured maybe the back emf was melting out the circuit boards, or
they just couldn't handle that much continuous use--I must have spent $50.00
on batteries, before I wised up & went to rechargeables.
There was a whole lot of thumpin' going on.
I went down to Radio Shack, and bought their "Room Strobe". About $40.00, for
a square wooden box with a big refector on one side. The classic party strobe.
Inside, there's a teeny little circuit board with a 3-prong strobe light
plugged into it.
I disconnected one outside lead on the light, and connected it to one coil
cord wire. I then connected the other coil cord wire into the open contact
on the plug.
This just put the extension cord & pancake coil in series with the strobe
light--exactly as in previous versions, and exactly as described in Bob
The result was a machine-gun pulser: Auto-Thumpy. It hasn't melted out
after hundreds of thousands of flashes over a four-month period of time.
Being conservative, I use it at a slow flash rate, about 1/sec. But it gets
used a lot.
The pulse was a little frail, so I pulled out the small stock capacitor,
and replaced it with a larger one from a 35mm camera flash--one from the
melted circuit board of an early Thumpy.
I don't know the value of the larger capacitor, since it wasn't marked--
but it powered up the pulse nicely.
"Auto-Thumpy" can be run for hours at a time, shared by several people, and
it just keeps on workin'. No batteries required--just a wall plug.
My minor technical modification could be posted as a footnote to Bob Beck's
original file, and might make the use of his technology a little more
convenient for some folks.
I've noticed that as minor chronnic "background" infections get cleared up,
I've suddenly become aware of their absence. And I seem to have more immune
system resources available to deal with day-to-day problems.
I strongly recommend you adopt this technology if you have any kind of
problem with unwelcome "colonists"--it's worth the effort, and the cost, a
thousand times over.
Just one other small note: it's too early to be sure, but I think using Mr.
Thumpy around my face has caused my beard to start growing in black.
I noticed the change when I saw a year-old picture that showed snowy white
areas that are now about half-black, in a horizontal pattern. I'm 47, and
greyed out in a distinct vertical pattern years ago.
I could care less about the color, but it may indicate a rejuvination of
the skin tissue, or some such. I'll be watching for further developments,
and will keep you posted.
- athlete's foot,
- bone-eating staph (advanced infection in a crush injury),
- acne (both chronic & acute),
- old acne scarring,
- oral & nasal cold sores (hs II),
- deep chronic sinus infection,
- infected blisters,
- cuts and splinter wounds,
- fire-ant bites, mosquito bites, spider bites,
- foliculitis ("sun-poisoning"),
- urinary tract & kidney infections,
- yeast infections,
- common warts (slow, but sure),
- "death-breath" halitosis,
- armpit oder,
- foot oder,
- upper respiratory infections,
- and more.