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Review: Violet Ray Crystal Resonator machine broadcasts healing energy for your body, mind and home

Saturday, January 13, 2007
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com (See all articles...)
Tags: vibrational medicine, body energy, healing foods

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If you enjoyed the movie, "What the Bleep Do We Know?" or you're interested in the new science of healing with energy, you're going to enjoy this review and tour of a unique energy product called the Violet Ray Crystal Resonator (VRCR) made by Pillar of Light Enterprises at PillarOfLight.net. The inventor is a man named Jack Derby. This device is a vibrational medicine / experimental energy medicine. I have found it to be very effective at helping move stagnant energy through your body or even through a physical space (such as a home, office or healing practice space). In this review, I'll explain what the VRCR is and what I experienced after purchasing and using this technology over the last several months.

To begin with, the primary uses and applications of this energy technology are to:

  • Reduce or eliminate chronic stress caused by the frequencies broadcast by household electrical wiring.
  • Clear or "restructure" the physical space in a home, office or healing environment.
  • Tune the mind and body to a higher vibration as part of a treatment protocol for degenerative disease, emotional imbalance or mental disorders.
  • Amplify the power of intention through meditation or prayer.
  • Enhance any spiritual practice through greater connection to self and spirit.
  • Tune specific body energy centers (or "chakras") to clear stagnation and encourage the flow of energy (or "chi").
  • Enhance and multiply the effectiveness of acupuncture or accupressure therapies.
  • Cleanse and "zap" the blood to eliminate viruses, bacteria and other pathogens. (Lots of safety notes on this particular application, see below.)
Note: These are my own personal explanations of the uses of the technology, based entirely on personal opinion and experience. I do not sell any products mentioned here, nor do I earn any revenues from their sale. Neither I nor this publisher has been paid anything to write about this product or technology. I do this solely for the benefit of readers.

When it comes to energy devices, the field of available products is quite diverse, and it's very difficult for the consumer to know what works and what doesn't. Some devices in the market don't have any power source and they don't use any electricity to generate an energy field, so it's difficult to know if they're really doing anything. But the VRCR does use a power source and produces quite evident effects; you can feel, hear and see the results of the energy it produces.

The health benefits of vibrational medicine

To begin to understand what vibrational medicine can really do for you, it helps to realize that the human body is really a magnificent quantum physics machine. We are made up of literally nothing more than vibrating energy. Humans are made of cells, which are made of atoms, which are made of particles, and those so-called particles are actually just vibrating energy. Every atom is just a probability wave, and most of the stuff we call physical matter is really made up of completely empty space. We are more empty space than physical stuff; more vibration than mass. Thus, we can be strongly impacted -- either positively or negatively -- by vibrational energy.

Ultraviolet radiation from the sun, for example, helps support healthy moods, brain function, endocrine system function and sleep cycles. Sunlight photons also help us generate vitamin D, which prevents cancer, diabetes, depression and bone loss. Infrared radiation has been proven to speed recovery of wounds and injuries, and infrared LED devices are being tested by NASA to speed the growth of plants in space.

Electromagnetic energy affects every living system, and light is only one narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum. In the last hundred years or so, many open-minded medical pioneers have looked for other healing applications of vibrational energy. This includes people like John Sarno, an expert in mind-body health, and Richard Gerber, the author of "Vibrational Medicine." There is a lot of experimentation being done today in healing with light, sound, heat and electricity. We already know for example, that electrical impulses and sound waves rapidly accelerate the healing of bones. We know that infrared light in the 600 and 700 nanometer range accelerates the healing of flesh wounds. We also know that environmental stress caused by noise (living near airports) or electrical interference (living near high-voltage power lines) is detrimental to health. A recent study, for example, showed that men who frequently use cell phones show radically reduces sperm counts due to the side effects of cell phone radiation.

The "Earth" frequency as a basis for healing

With modern society bombarding us with so much electromagnetic energy, it seems increasingly obvious that getting more in tune with the "Earth energy" is universally healing. People who leave big, noisy cities and move out to the country enjoy spectacular health improvements. People who contact the earth through gardening, outdoors activities or consuming natural foods are far healthier than those who don't. And almost everyone agrees that a lush, green forest, humming with life, is calming and healing to both the mind and body.

One explanation behind all this is that the Earth itself hums at a specific frequency, well below the audible detection range of human beings, called the Schumann frequency or Schumann resonance, which you can read about on Wikipedia. If you multiply this Shumann resonance by multiples of two, you get higher harmonics of the same frequency, sort of like a higher octave on the piano. You can have a low level C note or a high level C note, and if you play them together, they are in harmony even though one is an octave higher than the other.

If you want to help people get in touch with the frequency of the Earth, the obvious thing to do is get them vibrating at multiples of the Earth frequency. Through a process called entrainment, physical objects absorb the vibrational frequencies of their immediate surroundings. If you have two tuning forks and you knock one of them to get it vibrating, you only have to hold it near the other tuning fork for it to start vibrating, too. The vibration frequency radiates from the source to all objects around it, causing those objects to vibrate in harmony with the source. This is essentially what the VRCR machine does, too: it broadcasts a high energy healing frequency (a multiple of the Schumann resonance), entraining your mind, body and even the physical space around you to a frequency that's more in tune with the Earth.

This entrainment phenomenon, by the way, is happening all around us. In fact, the computer you're reading this one wouldn't work if it wasn't for the resonance of the CPU timing crystal, and the subsequent "entrainment" of the CPU cycles. This is a straight physics phenomenon, not some theoretical woo woo stuff. I observe this happening all the time. When my dog barks in my house, for example, she sets off a rather wonderful ringing of my crystal bowl collection, which tones in response to the sound energy broadcast by my dog. That's entrainment, too.

The VRCR machine from Pillar of Light is able to broadcast electromagnetic energy at a high multiple of the Schuman frequency, or at other tunable frequencies that you choose with a dial. You can tune it almost any frequency you want, and that's what makes this machine so interesting (and also so expensive), because it has unique circuitry. It uses rather large genuine quartz crystals, and a unique circuit -- developed by Jack Derby -- which has an origin that is both beyond the scope of this article and perhaps even the scope of modern scientific understanding. You can click here to view a video explanation of the VRCR machine.

My experience with the VRCR machine

Several months ago, I set up the VRCR in my house and began broadcasting the Violet Ray resonance throughout my home. If at first you think that's strange, consider this: you are already being subject to a broadcast of electromagnetic energy at the 60 cycles a second frequency, because 60 hertz is the frequency of all the electrical wiring that exists in our homes in the United States (it's a higher frequency in the U.K.). If you actually connect a frequency detection machine to your hand when you are inside a house that has electrical wiring, you will find that you are also vibrating at about 60 cycles per second. Your body comes into resonance with the frequency of the electrical wiring.

Well, what if we don't want to vibrate at only 60 cycles a second? What if we want to vibrate at a higher frequency, and in doing so, perhaps experience the benefits of higher states of perception or increased awareness? That's what the Violet Ray Crystal Resonator machine can do for you.

My experience was very interesting and developed rapidly. I found that I experienced greater clarity within about four days of turning it on. I began to learn more quickly and I was remembering facts and details more easily. Things were just "making sense" more easily to me, and in the months since then, I've created all the CounterThink cartoons, started the new Consumer Wellness Center non-profit, and launched a whole new technology platform that will soon be announced in the software industry. I give at least partial credit for this to the CRVR machine, and I keep it running in my household 24/7.

The VRCR machine also seems to help me work through personal challenges. If you find yourself stuck with some issue -- whether it's an emotional issue, a creative issue, or even a relationship issue -- this machine seems to be able to put those energies into motion, freeing them up in a way that can allow you to deal with them and ultimately overcome them. It's not a device that magically makes these issues go away or solves them for you; it simply imparts movement to this energy so that you can do your part in resolving them in a positive way. That can be slightly dramatic if you're dealing with a difficult situation, emotional baggage, or challenging memories. It can also be extremely joyful if you have underlying energies of joy, abundance, and you are really enjoying your life.

Multiplying the effects of acupuncture

As an acupuncture device, this unit presents some very interesting possibilities. You can attach a wand to the VRCR and use the generated frequencies on your body, on specific acupuncture points or chakras for example, or on areas that simply need additional stimulation. I've used them on injured areas to help accelerate healing, and I'm willing to guess from an experimental sense that these can be used to help accelerate the healing of broken bones, but that's just a theory. If I suffered a broken bone, I would absolutely, without question, use the VRCR wand on a regular basis to help accelerate healing and blood flow to the injury region, but that's just my own personal decision, not advice that I'm recommending for everyone.

We've been using it in some acupuncture applications with a trained acupuncturist and finding the device to be quite effective, either as a replacement for the needles or as something to be used in conjunction with the needles. If you wonder why it appears to work for acupuncture, think about what acupuncture actually does: The needles themselves are not any kind of treatment, they simply stimulate the body to reorganize the way it uses energy. Only a trained acupuncturist can decide which points need to be stimulated based on the patient's specific symptoms and diagnosis, but in some acupuncture clinics now, this device is being used as a replacement for the needles, and it works in ways that needles cannot.

Cleansing the blood

Over the years, I have experimented with several electromagnetic devices that broadcast an electrical frequency to your blood. You simply hold the device next to your carotid artery, and the blood gets electrified as it passes through.

In alternative cancer clinics around the world, this is one of the many treatment protocols used as part of a cancer cure. I have personally used it to overcome viral infections acquired during air travel. It is also believed by many that this electrification of the blood is useful during any kind of cleansing treatment such as a juice cleanse or a liver detox.

However, there are serious safety implications in using any device to electrically treat your blood. So I strongly recommend that you only pursue this application under the direct supervision of a licensed naturopathic physician. Do NOT electrify your own blood unless you are medically trained and fully understand what you're doing. Seek professional medical guidance for this particular application of the technology.

Multiple use technology

Beyond all that, I believe this VRCR device has application in terms of stimulating blood flow and accelerating the healing of wounds, whether they involve skin, tendons, ligaments, or even bones. It is well known in the scientific community that electromagnetic energy can help accelerate the healing of bone injuries, it's also known as mentioned previously, that infrared light can help accelerate the healing of flesh wounds. This device emits energy in a frequency that you can tune and apply directly to wounds or any kind of injury as a healing therapy, so it may indeed help accelerate the healing process. (See safety notes, below.)

I must emphasize that this is still very much experimental technology and it should never be used for a replacement for any urgent care. If you break a bone, you need to go to the emergency room and get the bone set correctly. Or if you are seriously injured in some other way requiring urgent care, seek out that care and do not attempt to replace urgent care with VRCR treatments in any way. The VRCR device is for use during the healing process, after acute medical conditions have been addressed and stabilized.

In that application, my personal opinion is that this device is both safe and effective, although as a disclaimer I have to mention again that this is undoubtedly an experimental device, and the principles upon which it operates are not understood -- nor even acknowledged -- by the conventional medical community. It is highly unlikely that any doctor would recommend using this device, except those who are on the cutting edge of vibrational medicine -- who understand the energetic nature of the human body, and who are open to the possibility that technologies such as this electromagnetic field generating machine can indeed help augment the body's natural healing process.

If your doctor sees you using this device, he will no doubt think you're a complete nut. But that's sort of expected from the medical experts these days who still haven't acknowledged the healing power of vitamin C after almost a hundred years of mounting scientific evidence in favor of the nutrient. So don't expect traditional doctors to offer any help whatsoever on issues of vibrational medicine. Heck, they still think sunlight is dangerous!

Other uses of the VRCR machine

There are many other applications of this technology as well -- one of those is enhancing the preparation of your food. The unit actually comes with a plate upon which you can place a cup of water, fresh produce, or even an entire meal, and then tune that food to the vibrational frequencies emitted by the machine. We know that food has a vibration, and we also know there is a big difference in the healing qualities of low-vibration food and high-vibration food.

Low-vibration food is created with the intent of profit rather than love -- like food from greedy corporations and processed factory foods -- whereas high-vibration food is food from sources that are interested in helping humanity, have respect for the Earth, and respect for animals and plants. Although there's no replacement for the real thing, it is possible that this device, through electromagnetic vibration, can help raise the vibration of food so that it has either less of a detrimental effect, or even a positive effect on human health.

Those are some of the base uses of the Violet Ray Crystal Resonator. It's definitely in the category of experimental medicine, and not something that is yet widely recognized or used. I call it cutting-edge medicine, and if you're interested in experiencing a taste of what medicine will likely be in a few generations, check out this VRCR machine today. It's expensive, but you only have to buy it once. From there, it uses a tiny amount of electricity (about the same as a light bulb) to broadcast healing frequencies for as long as you want to keep the unit running.

Learn more at Pillar of Light Enterprises.

By the way, Jack Derby has also invented a Structured Water Filter / Vortex Water Machine that I call the ultimate water energizer. It filters, charges and restructures your water using everything from carbon block filtration to high-energy light frequencies. I'll be covering that in a later review.

Also, if you enjoyed this topic, I strongly recommend books by Bruce Lipton.


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