" The heart generates a continuous series of electromagnetic pulses in which the time interval between pulses varies in a dynamic and complex manner. These pulsing waves of electromagnetic energy give rise to fields within fields, which form interference patterns when they interact with magnetically polarizable tissues and structures. In more specific terms, we postulate that as pulsing waves of energy radiate out from the heart, the energy waves interact with organs and other structures to create interference patterns. At the same time, the endogenous processes in each of the other organs, structures, and systems, including those at the micro-scale of cells and membranes, also generate patterns of dynamic activity. These patterns of dynamic activity radiate out into the body’s internal environment as energy oscillations, and they interact with the energy waves from the heart and to some degree with the energy waves of other organs and structures. In each of these interactions the energy waves encode the features of the objects and their dynamic activity as interference patterns. Because the heart generates by far the strongest energy field, which interacts with both the macro and micro scales of the body’s organization, the waves it produces operate effectively as global carrier waves that encode the information contained in the interference patterns. These global carrier waves thus contain encoded information from allall of the body’s energetic interactions, and they distribute this information throughout all systems in the body."
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