Electrical Architecture of the Human Body

Remarkable insight into the electrical architecture and power supply of the human body. After watching the talk I realized that the very simple reason we sleep is in order to recharge our batteries. Cells that we are made of are electrical capacitors and it takes time to literally fill these capacitors once they are discharged. Scientific American just had a big article speculating why we sleep and not a word about electrical laws that govern how power is generated and released instead again going into the metaphysical domain.

Chronic disease only occurs when you lose the ability to make new cells that work.

Emotions are stored in the body as magnetic fields.

Every circle of DNA is golden mean. What that means is that the diameters is 1.618 times the height and so forth, and any place in the universe where there is something that’s golden mean or in the shape of platonic solid it will cause implosion of scalar energy. Because our DNA is golden mean the scalar implode into it and gives it its charge so that it has the energy to do its job.

The body is an electronic device which has multiple battery packs and the chronic disease occurs when those battery packs won’t hold a charge, and that getting well involves you identifying which battery packs are failing you, identifying the reason that they’re failing you and fixing that.

As we figure out which circuit breakers are out, we go fix it, turn you back on and let your body heal itself which it does very well if it has the voltage, the nutrients and deal with the toxins.

Healing is Voltage: The Handbook
Healing is Voltage: Acupuncture Muscle Batteries: An Atlas

I want to thank the organizers of this conference for inviting me. It’s a little bit unusual, I think, to have an eye surgeon speaking to physicists, but nevertheless, I’m honored that you would allow me to come and share some thoughts with you about the role of voltage in the body.

So what our emotions? People talk about having them, but most people don’t have a good definition of what they really are and how they work. In addition, in over 50 years I’ve been in medicine, people have talked sort of in passing about the mind-body connection, but I found it was difficult to getting by it explained to me what that meant. How does that really work? Well they say: “Well if you have emotions, they make you get sick.” Okay, how’s that work? And I found it difficult to find any solution or answer to that question.

The reality is that none of us can get through life without having emotional events. We have losses, loved ones die or disappoint us, our dreams go unfulfilled, we go bankrupt, we have car wrecks, we suffer injuries, all sorts of things happen, and then, of course, we now have this big epidemic in our country, of soldiers returning from war and committing suicide.

This business about post-traumatic stress syndrome, is becoming a major issue for us and nobody really knows how to handle it. And here’s a list of all of the various things that can happen with us but we find that more and more people that aren’t soldiers are having post-traumatic stress syndrome as well, so we need to get a handle on how to deal with that.

Signs & Symptoms: PTSD
Adapted from DSM-IV-TR (2009) p.468

  • Efforts to avoid thoughts
  • Avoid activities
  • Poor memory
  • Anhedonia
  • Feeling detached
  • Feeling ‘flat’
  • Sense of a foreshortened future
  • Flash-backs
  • Difficulty with sleep
  • Irritability
  • Outbursts of anger
  • Hypervigilance
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Exaggerated startle response
  • Intrusive thoughts

When this Time magazine cover came out, we were only losing one soldier a day and now it’s up to twenty a day. Twenty of our veterans a day are committed suicide, so we obviously need to figure out a way to deal with that. The reality is that deployment and suicide are not necessarily related and there are studies that have been done, but the important point of the military suicides is that pharmaceuticals are not very effective.

Suicide rates were similar regardless of deployment status. There were 1,162 suicides among those who deployed and 3,879 among those who didn’t, representing suicide rates per 100,000 person-years of 18.86 and 17.78, respectively.

Leaving the military significantly increased suicide risk, however, with a suicide rate of 26.06 after separating from service compared with 15.12 for those who remained in uniform. Those who left sooner had a greater risk, with a rate of 48.04 among those who spent less than a year in the military.

Most people know that, and the studies have been done to show that there’s really not a pharmaceutical that does very much in helping deal with suicides and the emotions that go with it.

If you have treatment failures, it usually means you’re using the wrong paradigm. I’m going to suggest to you a different paradigm as we go through the day, but I’d first like to tell you how I ended up sitting in this chair.

I’m trained as an ophthalmologist in an atomic plastic surgery and I did the majority of the research for the laser that’s used in Lasik surgery for a company called VISX and I had a lot of fun doing that research but unfortunately we didn’t know at the time that the laser wouldn’t kill viruses. So as I would be treating eyes and particularly I treated this one fellow from India that had scars on his cornea and I used the laser to remove those scars but he had leukemia. Well, we didn’t know that the laser wouldn’t kill viruses and so the viruses came up off his eye through my mask into my nose and into my brain and I developed encephalitis. The result of that was that I could see a patient and know what was wrong with him but I couldn’t remember how to write a prescription. In addition to that, I developed fasting movement, so I’d be sitting there and do something like that which doesn’t work really well if you’re operating inside somebody’s eyeball.

For all of those reasons I had to quit working at the end of a November in 1995, so I spent about sixteen hours a day in bed sleeping and I had two or three hours a day in which I could think clearly enough to understand a newspaper and then like a light switch would go off and I couldn’t understand it anymore. During those two or three hours a day that I could think I had to figure out how to get myself well because the best doctors I could find at NIH in Boston and New York and wherever just said, “Well you got three viruses in your brain. We don’t know what to do about it. Go home and don’t call us, we’ll call you.”

During those two or three hours a day that I could think I began to try to figure out how to get myself well and I began to think about the fact that all the cells in the body work very much the same even though they look different. If I could figure out how to make one cell work, I could make them all work. I went out and bought 10 or 15 books on cellular biology and started to read in them, which I hadn’t done for about thirty years.

One of the things that resonated to me with those various books was the fact that cells are designed to run at a pH of 7.35 to 7.45. I didn’t really know too much about the pH. I remembered that was something have to do with acid-base balance but it didn’t really know a great deal more about it. As I began to look at pH I began to realize that pH describes voltage in a liquid. If you think about the wires that are bringing the voltage into these lights and to your computers, et cetera, that’s conductive electricity, of course with electrons flowing through a copper wire. But if you talk about a solution, a solution has the opportunity to be the electron donor or an electron stealer. In order to figure out which it is, use a sophisticated voltmeter if so to speak, called a pH meter, and when you measure liquid with a pH meter, it will give you either the pH or you can flip a switch and it will read it out in millivolts.

The reality then is voltage in a liquid we call pH, and by convention if you find that the solution is an electron stealer you put a plus sign in front of the voltage and if it’s an electron donor you put a minus sign in front of it, and then you convert the voltage that you measure with a logarithmic scale going from zero to 14 and call at pH. Plus 400 millivolts of electron stealer is the same as a pH of zero, whereas minus 400 millivolts of electron donor is the same thing as a pH of 14. And if it’s neutral, if it’s neither the electron stealer nor electron donor than that’s a pH of 7. When we say that cells must run at a pH of 7.35 to 7.45 we are saying that cells must run between -20 and -25 millivolts.

Guess what? Cells need energy to work. That makes sense.

People sometimes get confused with these numbers because if you take a cell in a petri dish and you put an electrode inside the cell and one outside the cell and you measure across the cell membrane you’ll get about -90 millivolts. But hopefully, not very many of you have your cells in petri dishes. But, in the environment of this body, they’re designed to run at -20 to -25 millivolts.

One of the things that you will find is the characteristic of essentially all chronic disease is that you have low voltage going to that organ.

Healing is Voltage

  • Cells need -25 millivolts to run correctly and -50 millivolts of energy to make new cells.
  • All chronic disease is characterized by having inadequate voltage.

We are constantly wearing ourselves out and needing to make new cells. Different sources give slightly different times. Studies are based on tissue turnover time from natural stable isotope labeling. It varies according to bomb testing.

Cell renewal rates in different tissues of the human body. Values are rounded to one significant digit. Giving context through daily life replacement processes, we note that hair elongates at about 1 cm per month (BNID 109909) while fingernails grow at about 0.3 cm per month (BNID 109990), which is about the same speed as the continental spreading in plate tectonics that increases the distance between North America and Europe (BNID 110286). Source: How quickly do different cells in the body replace themselves?
How quickly do different cells in the body replace themselves?

The macula in your eye, today is only 48 hours old. In other words, you get new cells in your macular every 48 hours. The lining of your gut is three weeks old, the skin you’re sitting in today in six weeks old, your liver is eight weeks old, and your nervous system is eight months old. We are constantly wearing ourselves out and having to make new cells. It turns out then that the chronic disease only occurs when you lose the ability to make new cells that work.

Let me say that one more time. Chronic disease only occurs when you lose the ability to make new cells that work.

If that’s the case then we need to ask ourselves the question, “What does it take to make a new cells that work?

As I mentioned, it takes -25 millivolts for a cell to run but to make a new one it takes double that, it takes -50 millivolts. And then in addition to having a voltage to make new cells we have to have all of the nutrients to make a new cell. So if your house gets blown down with a tornado and you have to build a new one, guess what, you have to have everything you need to make it, you can’t build a new house with door knobs and bathroom tiles, you have to have shingles and rafters and doors and windows and say, you have to have everything it takes. And this is a big mistake people make when they’re trying to get well as they try one substance at a time: “Well, I want to see what works”. It is not going to work because you have to have everything all at one time to build a new cell. We have to have -50 millivolts of energy, we have to have everything it takes to make the cell, and then we have to deal with any of the toxins that are hanging around that damage cells as fast as we make them. The most common toxins we have to deal with are heavy metals like mercury, toxins coming out of our teeth, and GMO foods with the pesticide called Round RoundUp or glyphosate.

What does it take to make new cells that work?

  • Cells run at -25 millivolts but it requires -50 millivolts to make new cells
  • We need all the materials that are necessary to make new cells. This is called “nutrition” and requires a functional digestive system including stomach acid.
  • We must deal with any toxins that destroy cells as fast as we make them. The most common toxins are heavy metals like mercury, dental toxins, and GMO foods with the pesticide called RoundUp (glyphosate).

Because the human body is a portable electronic device, like all electronic devices, it has to have a battery pack or multiple battery packs. The reality is that we have four different packs. The largest one of all is our muscles. Our muscles are piezoelectric. For those of you who aren’t physicists that funny word piezoelectricity means that if you stress a substance and it emits electrons that’s called piezoelectricity. When I move my muscles I’m generating electrons. Which is by the way why exercise is so important because exercise is the way the human body is designed to recharge your own personal battery pack.

What is the body’s voltage system? The body has four battery packs

  • Our muscles are rechargeable battery packs. The fascia around muscles serves as the body’s wiring system.
  • Our cell membranes are small batteries called “capacitors”.
  • Inside the mitochondria we have a rechargeable battery system called “ATP/ADP”.
  • Our DNA has its own battery using scalar energy.

The reality is also that our muscles are rechargeable batteries. We have then these large muscles which are our main batteries and then these muscle battery packs are all hooked to our cell membranes. Now, cell membranes are capacitors. So what is a capacitor? A capacitor is a small battery and the way our cell membranes are designed is with a couple of opposing layers of funny fats called phospholipids, and these fats have a ball and then two legs. While the balls are electron conductors, the legs are insulators. So when you put them like this, you have two conductors separated by insulator which by definition is a capacitor, which means its stores electrons. And then inside the cell we have a mitochondria and inside the mitochondria we have another rechargeable battery system. When that battery system is charged up we call it ATP and then as it gives away its electrons and discharges we call it ADP.

Because we have a rechargeable battery system inside our mitochondria guess what else we need in there. A battery charger. The battery charger inside the cell is called the citric acid cycle or the CREB cycle. The CREB cycle runs on primarily fatty acids, and as you put fatty acids through the CREB cycle it creates electrons and for every unit of fatty acids that you put through the CREB cycle, if oxygen is present, you get enough electrons to charge up to 38 of these ATP batteries.

In addition, we have the DNA. We generally tend to look at DNA inside of ourselves from the side, and it looks like we took a couple of step ladders and twisted them. But if you look at it from the top it looks like this.

Every circle of DNA is golden mean. What that means is that the diameters is 1.618 times the height and so forth, and any place in the universe where there is something that’s golden mean or in the shape of platonic solid it will cause implosion of scalar energy. Because our DNA is golden mean the scalar implode into it and gives it its charge so that it has the energy to do its job.

We have our muscles stacked one on top of each other in a very specific order like stack in batteries in a flash light. Surrounding the stack of muscle batteries we have a substance called fascia which is very much like a stocking. Fascia is that shiny stuff you see when you carve the Christmas turkey. The interesting thing about fascia is that fascia is a semiconductor. So what is semiconductor? Semiconductor is a collection of molecules arranged in such a way that electrons move through it at the speed of light but only in one direction.

We have then this continuous stack of muscles going from our toes up to our brain or from our fingers up to our brain and surrounded by this stocking which serves basically as the wiring system for the body. We have then the stack of muscle batteries surrounded by the fascia so that every organ in the body has its own battery pack. Because every organ in the body has its own battery pack we have the ability to isolate and measure that voltage and figure out why that organ is functioning. Stack of muscle batteries is what’s been called an acupuncture meridian. An acupuncture meridian is simply a stack of muscle batteries.

This is an example of an acupuncture meridian called a spleen meridian.

Spleen meridian starts down in the big toe, goes up the inside of the leg, then there’s a special branch as you can see, it goes over to the female genitalia, then it goes around the back where it gets the adrenal glands, the spleen and the pancreas, then it goes on up into the neck and makes a loop and hooks into what is called a stomach circuit, and then the stomach circuit gets the macula of the eye. By the way, if anybody has macular degeneration, it is because you have a low voltage in your stomach circuit. It powers the frontal lobes, which is the thinking part of your brain, then it gets the thyroid, the breast, the stomach, the male genitalia and then back down to the big toe. So it makes a loop.

We have six of these loops of muscle batteries that provide the 25 millivolts you need for the organs to work and the 50 millivolts to repair them. Chronic disease occurs when one of these muscle battery packs won’t hold a charge.

Spleen/Stomach Circuit

  • The spleen/stomach circuit supplies the ~25 millivolts needed for all the organs on the circuit to work and also the ~50 millivolts needed to make new cells to keep these organs repaired.
  • This circuit supplies the voltage for the entire reproductive system the entire endocrine system, the thinking part of the brain, and the macula of the eye.
  • When this battery pack cannot hold a charge, you have chronic illness in one or more of these organs.

That leads us to the question: Why won’t that battery pack hold a charge?

Muscle Battery Packs

  • We have six of these loops of muscle battery packs that provide the ongoing voltage for all of the organs to work and to repair themselves.
  • When you have a chronic disease, you must ask two questions:

    1. What is the power supply to the malfunctioning organ?
    2. Why won’t that battery pack hold a charge?

There is a checklist that you can go through to try to figure out why it why it won’t hold a charge, but basically you have to look at thyroid hormone, because the thyroid Harmon T3 controls the voltage of every cell membrane in the body and T2 controls the voltage in the mitochondria. You have to be sure and get the thyroid hormone levels correct. Then if you were to put a scar across one of these circuits, if you put a scar across one of these muscle battery packs here, it is going to short it out and drain off some of the voltage.

Scars can be a significant problem but the only scars that really take you completely down are those on the main line, on your main cable. A scar across your knee will generally just lower it a few millivolts but enough to cause some problems.

In addition, emotions are stored in the body as magnetic fields. So if you have a magnetic field, it is stuck in one of these muscle battery packs here, it’s going to block the voltage, so it won’t go through.

And then finally, dental infections are a significant problem because each of these circuits go through very specific teeth.

Here you see that we have this main cable that goes up the back and down the front, and then from that main cable you get the voltage coming from our arms and our legs, and they’d come up to these lateral terminals, and then from those lateral terminals they go to this central one, and then it starts looping around the body, and as it loops around the back it has the option then of going out and attaching to the ganglia that are up and down the spinal cord which we call the autonomic ganglia, and then from the autonomic ganglia it goes to every organ in the body.

These are the human body’s wiring and battery pack systems and whenever you have chronic disease you will have failure of one of these electronic systems. Whenever you have some sort of illness you simply have to start out asking the question: So what’s the battery pack to that illness? If you have heart disease, you would say: What’s the battery pack for the heart? Well, it’s obviously the heart muscle battery pack.

There are others that are not as obvious. For example, a spleen stomach circuit is the power supply for the entire endocrine system, the entire reproductive system in both males and females, the macula of the eye, and the thinking part of the brain. And of course, when that system goes out, which is one the more common ones to go out, then you start having failure of those organ systems.

How do we know if the voltage is low in a circuit? Well, we have the ability to measure it with certain acupuncture points using what amounts to a specially designed ohm-meter.

As we begin to identify the power pack that is not working correctly we have two things in front of us: one is to figure out why that battery pack won’t hold a charge, and then the second is to try to recharge the battery pack while we’re figuring out how to fix the reason that we got into trouble in the first place.

Muscle Battery Packs

  • We have six of these loops of muscle battery packs that provide the ongoing voltage for all of the organs to work and to repair themselves.
  • When you have a chronic disease, you must ask two questions:

    1. What is the power supply to the malfunctioning organ?
    2. Why won’t that battery pack hold a charge?

We have developed this device called a bio-transducer that puts out both electromagnetic and scalar energy and if you simply aim it at the failing organ you can begin to recharge the cells in that organ itself. And then you want to come behind it and to charge the muscle battery packs.

Charge the Muscle Battery Pack

  • Plug the patch wire into the BioModulator
  • Each plug set has a red and a black connector
  • Use the next two charts to apply the patches paying attention to the colored dots
  • Put your BioModulator into Ten-i. Being the power up until you can barely feel the tingle in one of the patches
  • Run for several hours to charge the muscle battery

These diagrams that we have here where you see the red and the black dots show you where to put the polarity because every battery pack like every other battery you are aware of has its terminals in polarity. So you take patches and you stick the patches on to where the terminals of that battery pack that doesn’t have enough charge, hook it on to the bio modulator which is a little portable device that looks a bit like a computer mouse, and it puts out wave forms that are designed to implode energy and transfer energy to the cells and recharge your muscle battery packs. So you are recharging the organ or you recharging the muscle battery packs while you’re working on figuring out why that battery pack won’t hold a charge in the first place.

One of the interesting things is that our bodies are wired up like many circuit boards.

As you know, many electronic circuit boards use Tesla resonating circuits. A Tesla resonating circuit is a combination of a capacitor and a coil wired in parallel. When you do that, it has the ability to communicate with other systems that are a combination of Tesla resonating circuits.

In the body, the long is always wired to the large intestine, the heart is always wired to the small intestine, the spleen and pancreas are always wired to the stomach, the kidney is always wired to the bladder, and the liver is always wired to the gall bladder, each of these created in a Tesla resonating circuit, and because they are Tesla circuits they are able to communicate with each other.

So one part of our body knows what’s going on in the other part of the body because we are wired up with the Tesla resonating circuits.

All of these circuits go through specific teeth that act like circuit breakers.

All of these various circuits in the body go through very specific teeth. The teeth act like circuit breakers.

If you began to have an infection in one of your teeth it will at first reduce the voltage in that circuit and later actually switch it off. The spleen stomach circuit we’ve been talking about is the one that you see in yellow here, it’s the upper molars and lower premolars. If you have an infection in an upper molar it is going to begin to affect your spleen stomach circuit which means it is going to affect your entire reproductive system, your entire endocrine system, the thinking part of your brain, and the macula of your eye. Most people with macular degeneration have an infection in an upper molar on the same side as their macular degeneration.

One of the issues then is how do teeth enter into this whole system?

Why won’t the battery pack hold a charge?

  • Most chronic disease begins with an emotional event causing a magnetic field in a tooth!
  • Emotions are stored in the body as magnetic fields.
  • Emotions block the flow of electrons through a tooth, lowering the voltage in that circuit.
  • Emotions block the dental pump, allowing for decay and dental infections to occur, further lowering the voltage in that circuit.

It turns out that the teeth appear to function similar to the way that a lymph node does in the lymphatic system. If you have infection in your lymphatic system and it goes up the lymphatics it gets caught and trapped in a lymph node. Emotions are trapped in the body as magnetic fields and those magnetic fields tend to end up being trapped in the teeth. What you’ll find is that the majority of chronic illness actually begins with an emotional event. Let me say it one more time. The majority of chronic disease actually begins as an emotional event, and that emotion is a magnetic field that starts blocking the circuit by getting caught in one of the teeth and as it does so it begins to lower the voltage in the tooth.

Dr. Steinman showed that every tooth has within it a pump that pumps fluid from inside the tooth to inside the mouth and that’s what keeps you from getting cavities. Your kids will be happy to know that it’s not Snicker bars that cause their cavities, it is the failure of this pump. When the pump begins to fail infection comes from the mouth into the tooth and begins to cause decay. Emotion lowers the voltage enough in the tooth that the pump begins to fail, and then you begin to get a cavity, and then you begin to get a crown, and then you can begin to eventually keep going until you get a root canal and then that leads eventually to having a malignancy.

Dr. Steinman’s Research

  • Steinman demonstrated that odontoblasts were hormonally and biochemically linked to the metabolism of the body, as well as to the health and function of the teeth.
  • If odontoblasts cease to pump fluid, capillary action sucks bacteria and other noxious materials from the mouth or surrounding periodontium into the tooth, leading to microbial contamination and biofilm formation within the dentin tubules. Steinman produced many slides demonstrating this flow going in both directions.

Roggenkamp, Clyde, PhD, Dentinal Fluid Transport, Loma Linda, Calif., Loma Linda Univ. Press, 2004

Again, most of the chronic disease begins as emotions.

Emotions and Chronic Disease
As voltage in a circuit is blocked by an emotional magnetic field, the lowering of voltage starts the cascade of chronic disease.

Obviously, there are some circumstances where that’s not the case. If you were living in Tokyo when Fukujima blew up and you were radiated that’s not necessarily an emotional event in the sense that you may not had known that you just got radiated but it’s going to make you sick. But generally speaking, most of the chronic disease we can trace back to emotion that has blocked a particular muscle battery pack by blocking the tooth that’s involved with it.

When you look at this particular slide, you might ask the question didn’t anybody ever teach you not to put so many numbers on one slide?

Well, I did it on purpose because I wanted you to get the gestalt of it. What you will see here is that a pH of 7.35 is the same as minus 20 millivolts, and 7.44 is the same as minus 25. That’s where our cells normally run, but as voltage begins to drop then things begin to get worse and worse for us until we finally get down to plus 30 millivolts. All cancers occur at plus 30 millivolts.

What you see is that normal tissue is running as electron donor at minus 25 millivolts and as you go past zero you have flipped the polarity. That is, every battery, as you know, has a plus on one and a minus on the other end and as you drain a battery all the way to zero it flips its polarity upside down. When the polarity reverses in and it gets all the way down to plus 30 millivolts is when malignancies occurred.

We don’t have time to really go into that much detail today but the amount of oxygen that will dissolve in water is dictated by the voltage of the water, so as the water inside of our cells has lower and lower voltage than the oxygen in the cell comes out of the cell and disappears and when you finally flip the polarity there is so little oxygen capability in the cell that the stem cells recognize that signal that: Hey, we just ran out of oxygen here, please help. And so, stem cells go over and invade the local blood supply and create a mass of blood vessels that we call a cancer which is indistinguishable from a placenta in a pregnant female. So basically, all solid tumors are placentas which is the body’s way of responding to lack of voltage and oxygen.

If we begin then to think about the way that this works, think about my thumb.

My thumb is a perfectly good thumb by the way, it runs in what voltage? Minus 25 millivolts. Now if I hit it with a hammer and destroy some cells in my thumb what is going to happen is that the thumb is immediately going to go to minus 50 millivolts. Minus 50 millivolts causes the arterials to dilate and the reason that happens of course is we need the raw materials dumped at the curb there, so to speak, so that we can rebuild the cells we destroyed with the hammer. But when those capillaries dilate we get all the signs we normally call inflammation, we have redness, we have swelling, we have heat, we have a pulsing pain, and it makes you say bad words. My thumb gets busy and it makes new cells to replace those I smashed with a hammer, it goes back to minus 25 millivolts and I’m a happy camper.

But on the other hand, if when I smashed my thumb the power supply going to the thumb is inadequate to provide the minus 50 millivolts I need to make new cells, then my thumb won’t heal and I am stuck in chronic disease. You see that? So I can take all the pills I want, I can do all the surgery I want on the thumb but it will never get well until I do what? Insert enough electrons to get me up to minus 50 millivolts.

If you understand what I just told you about the thumb you understand basically my whole lecture, so I can go home now. Oh no, I still have a little bit more. But the point is that chronic disease occurs when you don’t have enough voltage to make new cells. As voltage begins to drop the oxygen begins to drop and when oxygen drops there are several bad things that begin to happen.

  • The amount of oxygen that will dissolve in water is dictated by the voltage of the water.
  • Efficiency of metabolism is controlled by oxygen which is controlled by voltage.

The one of the things that, as I mentioned earlier, is that you begin to have less ATP, which is the voltage inside the cell that cell needs to do its business.

I also mentioned to you that that because of the CREB cycle, being able to recharge 38 of these ATP batteries for every unit of fatty acid you put through the CREB cycle, that’s only true if oxygen is available. If oxygen is unavailable then for every unit of fatty acid you put through the battery charger you only have enough electrons to charge up two batteries. So it’s a bit like having a car that goes from 38 miles a gallon to two miles a gallon. Your cells become very inefficient.

As voltage drops switch from aerobic (O2 available) to anaerobic (O2 unavailable) metabolism

  • ATP production: 2 or 5 ATP in anaerobic metabolism vs. 36 or 37 ATP in aerobic metabolism.
  • Glucose + 2ADP + 2 Phosphate ® 2 Lactic Acid + 2 ATP
  • This is like getting 2 miles/gallon of gasoline vs. 36 miles/gallon.

In addition to having inefficiency of the intercellular voltage we have problems with bugs.


  • The body contains about one trillion “bugs”. They are suppressed by oxygen.
  • Most are cell-wall deficient so the immune system can’t see them and they don’t cause fever and a change in the blood profile.
  • When oxygen levels drop, they wake up and want to have lunch.

The body contains perhaps trillion bugs of various kinds and the majority of them are suppressed by oxygen, but as oxygen levels begin to drop because voltage drops then these bugs wake up, and the first thing the bugs want to do is have lunch and they want to have you for lunch. Bugs don’t have teeth that they can take a bite out of you, so instead they put out digestive enzymes to dissolve your cells so they can get the nutrients. Think about having a sore throat. The strep bacteria on your tonsils having a picnic and they are having a good old time but you have the worlds worst sore throat, you have headache, you have fever, you have vomiting, you have diarrhea, your joints hurt, you have a miserable day, and it’s because the bugs are having their way by putting out these digestive enzymes to get their nutrients out of the cells.

As voltage and oxygen drop more and more these microorganisms lose their cell membranes and become what have been called cell wall deficient organisms or stealth pathogens. One of the problems with that is, first of all, you can’t culture them. Secondly, you don’t see them with the standard microscope, you need one of these fancy microscopes called phase contrast or dark field microscope. These bugs put out various toxins that begin to damage the local tissue. Often what we call an auto-immune disease is simply these bugs having their way with your local tissue, as they put out their toxins you get the signs of inflammation and swelling and so forth. But if you try to culture anything or look at a biopsy of that area you don’t see anything because normal hospitals and physicians offices don’t use one of these microscopes to where you can actually see them.

“Bugs” when voltage is low

In these images on the screen you see these various all efficient bugs inside red blood cells consuming them. In the lower right you see where I took red blood cells, put it under a cover slip on a microscope slide, and let it sit there for a few hours to consume all of the oxygen and you see lyme crawling out of the red cells. Everybody in this room has lyme disease, it’s just whether or not your immune system has the ability to deal with it, whether you have symptoms from it.

As the voltage gets down toward plus 30 millivolts, then this cell wall deficient fungus shows up and you begin to have these kinds of sales. This is a blood from a fellow who had leukemia and you can see the fungal forms in his blood.

Fungal forms in cancer

Emotion to chronic disease
While the lowering of voltage progresses from discomfort to organ malfunction, dental infections are progressing as well.

I want to go to talk to you a minute more about teeth because that’s terribly important in the understanding how to get people well. If you look at the lower left image you see a car battery that has corrosion around it which means that the alternator and that car is going to have trouble keeping that battery charged up. Well, the tooth just above it is attached to a muscle battery. But it also has corrosion and thus it also has trouble keeping that battery charged up. And then as corrosion in either your car battery or tooth gets worse over time then it gets harder and harder and harder and harder to keep your battery packs charged up. Eventually in the car battery the corrosion will come outside the battery itself and start corroding through your battery cable, which now means you now have a total short circuit and your car won’t start.

More severe infection acts like a circuit breaker

This process occurs in the body when the infection in the tooth moves out into the bone. When you have infection in a bone around a tooth it actually works just like a circuit breaker and takes down that circuit. There are two circumstances in which that occurs. One is a root canal tooth which is of course a dead tooth. Most of you may know the way you do a root canal you drill a little hole in the top of tooth and you put an arder down and you rip out the arder and you rip out the nerve and kill the tooth and then you fill it with putty. The problem is that now the tooth is dead and all dead tissue gets infected. The dentists are the only physicians that believe you can get away with leaving dead tissue in the body. No other doctor believes that.

One root canal tooth shuts down 63% of your immune system. What makes it worse is that it then gets into the bone and when it gets into the bone it shuts off that circuit. So now the voltage drops significantly in that circuit and that’s why you find it.

We looked at all the cancer patients we’ve seen in our clinic. In 95% of them are associated with the root canal or an infected bone where a tooth had been pulled. 95%! Leading contributor to cancer is having an infection in the bone around one of the teeth.

Pulling teeth leaving ligament behind

In addition to root canal there’s a problem with teeth get pulled because teeth are held into the bone by a ligament called a periodontal ligament. What dentists are trained to do is wiggle the tooth, make it loose, take it out, put a stitch in and quit leaving the ligament behind. When you do that it’s very hard for the bone to heal because the ligaments are in the way. Even if the dentist happens to be one who takes the time to scrape out that ligament, because the mouth is such a dirty place, oftentimes people get infection in the bone during the first few days of healing once a tooth been pulled. And that’s called a cavitation, by the way. So whether you have infection from a root canal or from a cavitation it tends to shut down the circuit and one of the problems is that infection in the bone then tends to move over and take out the next circuit.

Infection (cavitation) in wisdom tooth spreads to take out spleen/stomach (adrenal) as well

A huge problem is that our kids are in high school and they go to the dentist and they say, “Oh you gotta get your wisdom teeth out. It’s that old thing of, what if you go to Midas you get a muffler.

A study came out last year showing that 65% of root canal extractions were unnecessary. Nevertheless, they get their wisdom teeth pulled and now they start getting infection in that area, and the wisdom teeth circuit is hard small intestine, but listen, it’s the autonomic nervous system. Autonomic nervous system is the body’s on/off switches. So all of a sudden, within days after getting their wisdom teeth extracted, the kids have lost their on/off switch, which means that their body doesn’t allow to control itself. Then over time it begins to move next door and take out the spleen/stomach circuit. Now remember that the spleen circuit is the power supply to the adrenal glands. So now, soon they’ve lost their control panel, their on/off system, and then they lose their adrenals, so they can’t deal with stress, and so they begin to become what many people say, “Oh, he’s just a teenager.” Well, he’s not just a teenager, he’s lost his ability, the whole way the body deals with stress. And so many of our kids hide themselves within electronics because within the electronics they have an on/off switch. In their body they don’t. So they can’t deal with the real world anymore. And so they hide within their cellphones and their Game Boys or whatever you call them.

Nevertheless, this is a huge problem.

When you lose your ability to make adrenalin you go down the following slippery slope, you have trouble going to sleep, you have trouble dealing with stress, you have trouble with your memory, and then you can’t multitask. So you’re sitting reading a book or watching TV and somebody says, “Hey, do you want mustard or mayonnaise?” You become very annoyed because they interrupted you. But you don’t have the middle horse power to stay attached to whatever you were doing, so you detach, you pick mustard, you go back to your book, and now you can’t remember your place, and you’re even more annoyed. And then it gets to where you don’t like any stimulus, so you don’t like loud noises, loud music, rowdy crowds, can’t be around people or arguing, and eventually it gets to where you don’t even want to be touched, you just want to sit in the corner and have people leave you the heck alone. And then your sexual quits working, and then you can’t go to sleep before 11, and when you wake up you’re still tired. All of that’s due to loss of spleen power supply to your adrenals.

Well, what I’ve just described, of course is very destructive. If you can’t deal with the life of the world, you can’t be a good spouse and particularly if your sexual equipment doesn’t work anymore then that’s a big problem in a marriage. You can’t be a good parent because kids make noise and want something from you and you have nothing to give. You can’t be a good worker, you can’t be a good friend, you can’t be good at much of anything, so your life is in the toilet simply because you’ve lost the spleen circuit that goes to the adrenal glands, and that’s a huge problem in our society.

Emotions are stored in teeth, affecting that circuit
Different researchers have identified which emotion are stored in which circuits

I spoke earlier about mapping the field of emotions and this is the traditional Chinese one, so that the various circuits have to these various sorts of emotions get stuck in these various particular places or in the teeth that are associated with these.

Dr. Bennis published these:

Elieen has published hers which is this group of where things get stuck:


“Just as the brain is compartmentalized with different areas responsible for different functions, so is the BioField, with specific areas holding information related to specific emotions, states of mind, and relationships.”

As far as the erasing emotions is concerned, because emotions are magnetic field you can erase them with a stronger magnetic field. One of the laws of physics is if you take any magnet and you put a stronger magnet over it then the weaker magnet assumes the characteristics of the stronger one. When you have these emotions that are stuck you can begin to erase them in a variety of different ways. There are several groups over the years that have looked at this subject and tried to figure out how to do it yet.

Erasing Emotional Magnetic Fields

  • Various groups have worked to erase emotions: EFT, PsychK, Emotion Code, Psychosomatic Energetics, Bach Flowers, BioField, etc.
  • BioField Tuning uses the scalar energy of sound to erase the emotions.
  • Emotional magnetic fields can be erased by another magnetic field.
  • Characteristic of most of the various methods of removing emotions is that the patient must think of the emotional events while the therapeutic magnetic field is applied.
  • Some emotions we can remember.
  • Some emotions have a “wall” around them so we can’t remember them. Asking questions about events such as time, place, people involved, etc., can help unlock that memory so it can be erased.

We had developed one where you can, if you can think about emotion while holding to these hand grips with your bio-modulator, you can erase the emotion, but when we did that we were doing in one emotion at the time, and of course, Eileen talked to you this morning about using her tuning fork to do it which is very effective.

What I have recently found out is that if you treat the wisdom teeth which treats your autonomic nervous system, then you can not only change the polarity in all of your various circuits at one time but you can also knock out many of the emotions automatically.

Pendulum is actually like a single string on a guitar and the weight on the pendulum makes the streak talk, so when it is moved, it’s actually resonating with whatever frequency the string is. What you do is you hold this pendulum over the heart small intestine autonomic system and you take the bio transducer, and simply put it over the wisdom teeth and you watch the pendulum and it will always be spinning backwards if the voltage is low counter clock-wise and you keep holding it there and pretty soon it will slow down and then it will start spinning clockwise.

And then you do the same on the other side holding the pendulum them over the heart small intestine circuit, put the bio-transducer over the autonomic system where you can access the tooth, watch it spin backwards and then in the correct way. And now when you go back and check all of the circuits, you’ve corrected the polarity in every circuit, and many of the emotions that you had found in the BioField are already gone as well.

More Information

For further discussion of Golden Mean, Implosion of energy into cells, the Bowling Ball Syndrome, etc., beyond the time limitations of this presentation, see the Senergy Medical Group representatives.

Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to talk to you about how we’re wired up with polarity and how our bodies are golden mean and how implosion occurs. If you are interested in those subjects then we have some videos that will help you in that area plus we’ll be giving some demonstration. If there are any of you in the audience who happen to have any emotion, anybody here? We’ll be doing some demonstrations in the breakout room.

So what I’ve hoped to accomplish in these few minutes I had to talk with you is to help you understand that the body is an electronic device which has multiple battery packs and the chronic disease occurs when those battery packs won’t hold a charge, and that getting well involves you identifying which battery packs are failing you, identifying the reason that they’re failing you and fixing that so that it’s basically what we’re doing. It is like you coming home from work and open the fridge and it’s hot in there and the lamp in the living room won’t turn on, the TV in the bedroom won’t turn on, and you go out in the garage and flip the circuit breaker and now everything thing works. That’s the way we do medicine now. As we figure out which circuit breakers are out, we go fix it, turn you back on and let your body heal itself which it does very well if it has the voltage, the nutrients and deal with the toxins.

Thank you for allowing me to be here.


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  3. Robert Boghossian · · Reply

    Hello Mr. Tatourian,

    It was very nice article and lecture by Dr. Tennant. I have listened some of his videos
    and it is very interesting subject, polarity. I would like to have more practical aspect of his approach. If you can suggest me where I can find them I will appreciate.
    Robert Boghossian

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