EAV and bioresonance terminology
On these pages, we want to explain the specific terminology of EAV (Electroacupuncture according to Dr. Voll) and bioresonance. These are the terms that you will often find when dealing with these topics. In addition to explanations, we shall also provide some background information. We shall do our best to present our explanations in such a way that you will be able to understand them without a degree in physics.
Anyone interested in bioresonance or Electroacupuncture according to Dr. Voll (EAV) or with a more general interest in energetic methods is soon confronted with a great deal of specialized terminology that is often not explained properly, thus making it difficult to understand.
The term nonlinear systems (NLS) is a good example. It crops up frequently, and it is easy to gain the impression that something rather plain and simple is being dressed up as something special. In fact, most natural systems are nonlinear—indeed, nonlinear systems are commonplace. Everything in nature (from grass to your MP3 player) uses exponential functions and is therefore simply nonlinear. Who would ever come up with the idea of talking about a house-shaped house?
Another fancy and misleading term is “scalar waves.” Among the millions of engineers and scientists, who ever measured such waves? But that is a longer story. You can read more about “scalar waves” here.
One school of thought has even tried to reduce bioresonance to “consciousness” alone. That makes things pretty simple, because then you no longer have to or would even be able to prove a relationship between bioresonance and consciousness.
When it comes to more expensive devices, you will sometimes find explanations involving concepts from quantum theory. The goal seems to be to provide a seemingly powerful theoretical basis for how or why a device works. One wonders why the facts of the matter cannot be presented in a more rational manner. Such language may well be used deliberately with a full understanding that only a few individuals will understand quantum theory well enough to be able to determine whether what is being represented bears any relation to reality.
At Holimed, we value our prospective customers and users far too much to distract them with platitudes. You won’t find such things with us. Our goal is to explain things with verifiable statements—regardless of whether such statements are for or against something. We shall also not hesitate to say what our experience has shown to make no sense. With these motives in mind, we have compiled a small glossary of the terms used in Bioresonance and EAV for you. If you find something you do not understand, please let us know. You can find the terms in the menu bar on the left. The list will be updated from time to time.
We hope you enjoy reading it.