EAV and bioresonance terminology

One-point method

Sometimes people ask whether there is a method that requires only one measuring point?

Dr. Schimmel was a colleague of Dr. Vol who went on to try and reduce the measurement at many points to a single point. The objective was to create a simplified testing method. A suitable measuring point seemed to be the Pc terminal point. It had quickly become clear that this point often, but not always, shows a value differing from 50 when other points on other meridians show energetic irritation in the sense of EAV. This lead to additional measuring points on the Pc meridian being recommended. However, these proved to be just as much trouble as the Pc terminal point. One solution seemed to be to include special test preparations in the resonance test. These were called “filter” and/or “amplifier” ampoules. According to our measurements and the measurements of other independent parties, the approach has not been proven to be reliable. Therefore this method is seldom used today.

Furthermore, it was necessary to adjust the instrument individually for each person. A knob was used to set the value to 80 on the scale. As a result, the absolute nature of measurements was lost and measurements could no longer be compared.

An additional phenomenon further complicated the measurement: Depending on the type of test preparation, the stylus needs be “pumped” to the point. This means, almost lifting the stylus from the measuring point and then pressing it again. Depending on the type of preparation, the indicator either has to return to the value of 80 or, with other preparations, the indicator should not return to 80. It is pretty exhausting to work this way for an hour or two.

Another disadvantage compared to EAV is that the point tested provides no indications regarding the resonance test. In EAV we have the names of the different meridians. These names point to the subgroup of a test kit containing the most likely test samples for the resonance test. Such guidance does not exist for the Pc meridian.

In summary, this approach is very stressful, subject to some uncertainty, and relatively difficult to learn. The disadvantages outweigh the supposed advantage. For this reason, Holimed has chosen EAV, which is supported in all EAV devices of the biocheck line.