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History of Tri-Vortex Technology
In 1992, Brian David Andersen
discovered a chemistry book published in 1901 for doctors, nurses and
dentists. The table of the chemical elements was placed on an
Archimedean Spiral with 20 radial lines...
Tri-Vortex - A Selection of Articles & Research Information
With scientific research and development
since 1989, a Californian inventor has made dramatic discoveries
relating to the elements on the periodic table in the form of acoustic
applications - these discoveries have major benefits to all biological
life forms. The nature of these discoveries have resulted in amazing
products, most of which can be used for the vital structuring of drinking water...
The saliva in the mouth is very coherent and
organized because the saliva is the first step of absorption and
digestion of liquids and solids into the human body. Most liquids and
solid foods have a chaotic or disorganized structure when compared to
the saliva and other liquids in the human body...
The Tri-Vortex Disc was placed adjacent to a
glass slide with human blood that was being analysed in a Dark-Field
Microscope. The blood sample was taken from a 62-year-old woman with an
acute cancer condition. The blood on the slide was considered totally
"dead" or non-active because the sample had been on the slide for over
two hours without refrigeration...
Manipulating and Harnessing the Schumann Resonance
Is there a relationship between the Earth’s
Fundamental Resonant Frequency (Schumann Resonance) of approximately 7½
beats per second (7.5 Hertz), the natural phenomenon of lightning, and
a simple and inexpensive device that creates enough electricity to
power an average home?