The Photon Resonance Test is the final pièce-de-résistance legacy of Dr. Helmut W. Schimmel. Dr. Schimmel discovered that approximately 80% of all chronically ill patients are suffering from a chronic infection, largely from viral infection, but also from bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections. He found these microbial stresses mainly in the DNA nucleus, the carrier of genetic information. This is generally where a pathogenic causal chain starts. Now with the Photon Resonance Test for the first time the physician can measure deeper levels beyond the resonance of blood, lymph, organs, organ systems, specifically the entire range of cell plasma with organelles and even into the resonance level of the DNA nucleus.

The Photon Resonance Test (PRT) operates on the Electro-Acupuncture principle. Electro-acupuncture methods have been around for many years, but in comparing the PRT with other methods we could compare other Electro-acupuncture devices with an AM radio and the PRT with an AM/FM radio. The PRT has a wider frequency than other EAV devices enabling the practitioner to look deeper into the body. The biggest benefit is the ability to test DNA and RNA viruses, which can be the missing component to successful treatment of chronically ill patients. In essence, the PRT has the capacity to perform the same measurements as other EAV technology, but it far out performs others in its sensitivity to test at a deeper level inside cellular structures.

The PRT is simple to learn for the newcomer to EAV. Although the PRT has revised testing protocols for testing chronic conditions, its basic use follows the same methodologies and testing protocols as the VEGA. In just 5 – 10 minutes a practitioner can focus in on a number of key blockages to a patient’s wellness.

The medications used to treat chronic pathogens found by the PRT were developed by Dr. Schimmel and are marketed by the Resolux firm. This method of testing and treatment has simplified what has become a complicated methodology of treating chronic disease. PRT allows the practitioner to quickly and effectively treat blocks to wellness.

Mechanically the PRT is simpler to use and more sensitive to the touch. As with the non-computerized VEGA, the PRT follows the traditionally used testing methods of Dr. Schimmel. Students of Dr. Schimmel comparing testing methods often find computerized EAV methods leave something to be desired. The PRT method uses real substances or medication samples, or a real sample of a body part for testing against the patient’s own body as compared to the computerized technology which uses digitalized information. There are no concerns about computers or software programs or whether the digitalized information is strong and stable enough to produce effective and compatible test medications.

Another advantage of the PRT is that it is relatively inexpensive and tough in the same tradition as the original VEGA devices. The PRT’s hard plastic case makes it easily transportable.

In summary the major advantages of PRT are:

  • Simplicity of testing
  • Easy to learn testing method
  • Accuracy and efficacy of testing and treatment
  • Ability to test any part of the body from organ systems to cellular RNA / DNA
  • Access to Dr. Schimmel’s last developed remedies (Resolux) for dealing with microbial blockages.
  • Ability to test any therapeutic substance
  • Economical test device that requires very little maintenance

An exclusive article for Affiliates
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published February 15, 2006

Redaction by Carolyn L. Winsor

© Copyright 2006, Dr. S. Craig Wagstaff, BC Canada

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