PCT

INTERNATIONAL PATENTS

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' GROUNDING SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR ORGANISMS '

Priority Claim

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MOLECULAR (DNA) FREQUENCY HARMONIZATION

BY A GROUNDING DEVICE

 

U.S.A. Patent Application

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' GROUNDING SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR ORGANISMS '

Serge Crespy
P.O. Box 383,
Collingwood, Ontario
CANADA    L9Y 3Z7


Background of the Invention

 

The present invention relates to systems and methods for grounding organisms (i.e., biological organisms used herein). In particular, the present invention relates to grounding of such organisms for promotion of growth, enhancement of functioning of organisms, and medicinal purposes. More specifically, the present invention is especially suited for providing such benefits to humans.

 

Various prior techniques have been used for grounding persons to avoid electrostatic charge accumulation and subsequent discharge. In some environments such discharge may be hazardous due to flammable vapors or nearby explosives. In other environments, such static build up and/or discharge may damage static sensitive electrical components or interfere with operation of components. 

 

Further, various techniques have been used to suppress electromagnetic radiation emitted from computer screens to avoid or minimize potential health dangers there from. In discussing the present invention and its background, various theories will be presented. 

 

However, Initially, some discussion of the human body will be presented. The human body is a mass of energy cells. Each cell independently absorbs, stores, and releases energy. Exposure to radiation from all sources adds to the ionizing effects of radiation, to release free-radicals and free-electrons, which create havoc within the body cells.

 

As a cell divides, the free-radicals contribute to an oxidation process, within. Oxidation, with its basic chemical-cycle, begins countering the cell's complex life-cycle. From blueprint to blueprint, the cell is now on retreat mode. With each generation, the dying process increases momentum. Obvious physical signs begin to manifest themselves. The body's skin loses its elasticity; slower healing; a gradual break-down of the organs; circulation deteriorates; arthritis and other ailments develop. The potential for mutation of a body's cell, through the altering of its genetic blueprint, becomes apparent.

 

 

We can analogize an automobile's battery/energy cell, to the human body. Poor grounding results in unreliable battery performance; consequently, adding, to premature oxidation effecting its longevity. As with some types of batteries, it is wise at times to practically discharge the cell, due to the noticeable development of a memory shortening its cycle; likewise, with the human-cell. Focusing such thoughts on biology; the grounding of the body has the opposite effect of radiation and chemotherapy procedures, which stimulate, destroy, or mutate healthy cells alike, while endeavoring to weaken cancerous, tumor cells. State-of-the-art equipment, localizing radiation, can be more effective, when simultaneously, the body is adequately grounded, thereby, greatly facilitating an escape-route for the additional, free-electrons created by radiation therapy.

 

 

We should reflect upon the time-period for a body to develop a noticeable, cancerous tumor; the number of years for a body to manifest the various types of arthritic conditions; or, the gradual deterioration of the organs.

 

The approach of occasionally bombarding cancerous cells, with massive radiation, is unnatural and devastating to the body's rhythm. The frequency of the molecules (DNA) within the living cells is distorted to the point of, in some instances, the DNA blueprint being altered, thereby, resulting in the formation of a mutant cell.

 

Surgical removal of tumors is complex and most often totally ineffective; mutant cells have taken foot-hold, in other parts of the body. The over-all weakened state of the body becomes greatly susceptible to infectious diseases. The healing process is further disrupted by the individual's dreadful, psychological state, during such stressful episodes

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Objects and Summary of the Invention

 

Accordingly, it is a primary object of the present invention to provide a new and improved medical grounding method and system. A more specific object of the present invention is to provide grounding of a patient for medical benefit, the grounding being a highly efficient grounding of the person. A further object of the present invention is to provide grounding of cells in a culture dish.  Yet another object of the present invention is to provide a grounding arrangement for cells being combined.

The above and other features of the present invention, which will be more readily understood, when the following detailed description is considered in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, are realized by a medical grounding system, including a medical member of woven wire for placement immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof. A conductor has a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground.

The medical member is flexible and disposable in a coil for surrounding a portion of a patientís body. There is a fabric backing to which the medical member is fixed. The woven wire is selected from the group consisting of: copper and stainless steel.

 

A connector connects the medical member in a coil. The connector is a fabric hook and loop fastening portion of the fabric backing. The medical grounding system further includes a chamber of conductive metal in which a person may lay down. The conductor is a member fixed to the chamber and extending into the ground.

 

Alternately, the medical member is disposed in a container in which organisms may be placed. The present invention may alternately be described as a medical grounding method including the steps of: placing a conductive medical member immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof; and, using a conductor having a treatment portion and a remote portion to electrically connect the medical member to the medical portion and the remote portion to a ground such that the medical member is grounded for treatment of the organism(s). The treatment of the organism(s) by the medical member and conductor includes performing as a tuning fork tuning cells of the organism(s) towards the frequency of the Earth and including at least one of the functions selected from the group consisting of: harmonizing, altering, stabilizing, normalizing, and regulating of molecular/DNA frequency (i.e., the molecular frequency, the DNA frequency, or both frequencies) of one or more living cells of the organism(s).

 

 

 As used herein, the harmonizing of the frequencies means bringing them into harmony with naturally occurring frequencies of the Earth. The altering means changing of the frequencies. The stabilizing means bringing the frequencies to a stable value. The normalizing means bringing the frequencies to a normal or preferred value. The regulating means controlling or affecting of the frequencies. The medical member is made of flexible woven wire and the method further includes the steps of disposing the medical member in a coil around a portion of a patientís body. The treatment is operable to improve and/or cure arthritis, rheumatic conditions, gout, psoriasis, cardiovascular systems disorders, and/or general malaise.

 

 

The medical member has a fabric backing. The step of disposing of the medical member in a coil also disposes the fabric backing in a coil. The medical member of woven wire placed adjacent to the organism(s) is selected from the group consisting of: copper and stainless steel. The step of disposing of the medical member in a coil involves using a connector to connect the medical member in a coil. The connector used in the step of disposing is a fabric hook and loop fastening portion of the fabric backing. The person lays down in a chamber of conductive metal, the conductor being a member fixed to the chamber and extending into the ground. The chamber functions as a shield from Earthís rays simultaneously with its grounding functions. Stray radiation is shielded from the person.

 

 

The present invention may alternately be described as: a medical member of metal for placement immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof; a container in which organisms may be placed; and a conductor having a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground; and wherein the medical member is disposed in the container. The medical member is selected from the group consisting of: a plate or film of conductive material and a woven wire member.

 

 

The present invention may alternately be described as a medical grounding method including: providing a container; placing organisms in the container; providing a medical member of metal immediately adjacent one or more organisms in the container for medical treatment by grounding thereof; and grounding the medical member using a conductor having a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground.

 

 

Brief Description of the Drawings

 

The above and other features of the present invention will be more readily understood when the following detailed description is considered in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, wherein, like characters represent like parts throughout the several views and in which:

FIG. 1 is a simplified back view of a coil assembly according to the present invention;

FIG. 2 is an enlarged view of a wire weave used with the coil of the present invention;

FIG. 3 is a side view showing the structure of FIG. 1 around a personís limb and attached to a grounded water pipe;

FIG. 4 is a side view showing a person in a tube structure of the present invention, the tube structure being useful in conjunction with a coil of the present invention;

FIG. 5 is a front view of a coil used in FIG. 4;

FIG. 6 is a simplified side view of another embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 7 is a simplified side view of another embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 8 is a simplified side view of another embodiment of the present invention; and

FIGS. 9 and 10 are respectively a simplified top view and a simplified side view of a portion of the FIG. 8 embodiment.

 

Detailed Description

 

With reference now to FIGS. 1 and 2, there is shown a system 10 according to the present invention and having a medical member 12 of woven wire (copper or stainless steel). A close up of woven wire 12 is shown in FIG. 2, but the weave may be a fine Dutch twill weave providing about 30 percent air passages of the overall area such that woven wire medical member 12 will not trap moisture adjacent a patientís arm. Most advantageously, the woven wire will provide highly efficient contact with a patientís skin without trapping moisture against the skin.

 

The woven wire 12 is sewn or otherwise fixed to a fabric backing 14, which is, or at least includes, fabric loop and hook fastening material such as sold under the VELCRO trademark. The medical member of woven wire 12 has a length L and a width W. The width W is preferably at least 1 inch and more preferably at least 2 inches. Even more preferably, the width is at least 3 inches to provide the most efficient grounding. The length L is at least 10 inches and more preferably at least 15 inches. If the woven wire is to extend around a patientís torso as discussed in more detail below, the length is at least 36 inches and more preferably at least 48 inches. A thin strip 16 of copper, stainless steel, or other conductor is riveted by three rivets 18, the lower one of which is connected to conductor 20 via an eye connector (not separately shown). The conductor 20, which may be #12 single lead copper wire with 340 filaments, has its upper or medical end connected to the member 12 via strip 16 and a remote end having spring connector 22 thereat.

 

With reference now to FIG. 3, the woven wire 12 is disposed in a coil around the limb 24 of a patient. The patient is grounded via conductor 20 and connector 22 clamped to a water pipe 26 extending into the ground.

 

Alternately or additionally to grounding the patient using the technique of FIGS. 1-3, the patient 24 may lay in a chamber 28 which is a tube of copper or stainless steel oval chamber. The tube has a portion 30 extending into the ground such that the person is grounded by contact between the personís skin (the person would be wearing little or no clothing) and the tube. A series of woven wire medical members 32 are placed around the personís legs, arms, and/or torso. The medical members 32 may be constructed like member 12 with a fabric backing (not shown), in which case the conductor cables (not shown) like 20 would have their connectors (not shown) like 22 clamped to one or more terminal posts (not shown) on tube 28. However, in the case of FIG. 4, it is preferably to have the woven wire medical member 32 constructed as shown in FIG. 5. The member 32 is thus woven wire without any fabric backing and has a connector 34 (which may be a piece of tape) and a pad 36 to connect the tape to. Alternately, the connector 34 and pad 36 may be fabric hook and loop fastening material. In either case, member 32 differs from member 12 in that the absence of a full fabric backing such as 14 allows the member 32 to directly contact the conductive inner floor of chamber 28 such that the person is grounded very well. In that case, the portion 30 may be considered as a conductor for grounding the medical members 32.

 

Turning now to FIG. 6, an alternate embodiment of the present invention includes a container 40 having a woven wire medical member 42 disposed on its floor. A conductor cable 44 connects the member 42 to a ground pipe 46 in order to ground the organisms such as cells 48 disposed in the culture dish or container 40. Thus, the grounding procedure may be applied to cells or other organisms. Note that the container 40 has no electrodes therein, other than the grounding medical member 42.

 

FIG. 7 shows a further alternate embodiment which is the same as FIG. 6 except that medical member 52 is a plate of copper, stainless steel, or other conductor or a film of such material applied to the floor of the container. Alternately, the member 52 is the actual floor of the container and is made of conductive material.

 

FIG. 8 shows an alternate embodiment wherein a container 60 has three medical members 62, 64, and 66 constructed as with the above embodiments and respectively connected to grounding conductor cables 68, 70, and 72 clamped to water pipes or similar ground members 74, 76, and 78. The three medical members 62, 64, and 66 correspond to separate compartments 80, 82, and 84 of container 60. Wall 86 divides compartment 80 from compartment 82, whereas wall 88 divides compartment 82 from compartment 84.

 

The arrangement of FIG. 8 allows one to perform the grounding on different cells or biological materials or chemical materials in compartments 80 and 84 prior to them interacting in compartment 82. To accomplish that, the compartment 82 has a lower floor (where 64 is located) than the floors of compartments 80 and 84. With reference to FIGS. 9 and 10, the wall 86 has a drain notch 90 such that materials sufficiently high in compartment 80 drain into compartment 82. (Wall 88, not shown in detail, is constructed and operable in the same fashion as wall 86.) A pump 92 pumps water or other carrier material through conduits 94 into compartments 80 and 84 so as to slowly raise the level of materials therein, causing the top materials to drain into compartment 82 where the materials from compartments 80 and 84 may interact. For example, compartment 80 may have sperm, compartment 84 may hold eggs, and compartment 82 is where the sperm and eggs may interact. Note that the arrangement of FIG. 8 shows grounding of both of two starting materials and grounding of the materials in the compartment where they combine. However, under some circumstances one might wish to ground only one or fewer than all of the starting materials and/or only ground the materials in the combining compartment. Further, the principles of operation of FIG. 8 could be used with three, four or more starting materials, each being grounded in a separate compartment.

 

A background discussion of a theory of operation including benefits of the invention will be presented. This will concentrate on the use for persons, but it will be understood that the invention is broadly applicable to organisms. The use of a harmless and practical conductor, attaching the body to a grounding source, at one's convenience over a prolonged period of time, relative to the time period of the development of the ailment, can only be regarded as totally beneficial. A subtle regeneration period for cells, harmonious to the sensitiveness of the human body, occurs. No indulgence in drastic procedures, but a gentle escape route for free-electrons is provided, thereby permitting the molecules to vibrate at their normal frequency; as if adjusting our frequency, and Earth being the tuning-fork.

 

It is quite possible that Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth was no myth. It may have been a spring fed lagoon having a natural copper-basin, with a copper vein extending to Earth's depth and providing a natural grounding process, revitalizing individual's bathing for prolonged periods.

 

An individual's biological clock is relative to the surrounding universal forces. Prolonged and effectively grounded, with the assistance of a conductor such as a copper cable/strap/pipe, or equivalent, the body's biological-clock becomes more directly in-tune to its fundamental life-source, the Earth's slower, biological clock. Persons, like other forms of life, are synchronous to our Earth. Earth is but a living cell, within a larger body ... a living cell within a body is the centre of the Universe. The biological clock of Living Bodies is the combination of ALL the Living Cells vibrating individually, at their own specific frequency. One may relate to a cell's molecular (DNA) make-up to a tiny pendulum, which motion activates the next pendulum and continuing throughout the entire Life Mass.

 

Modern man/woman has become progressively, ultra-insulated from Earth's natural grounding-process, while radiation exposure has increased ten-thousand fold. Shoes as insulators/carpets/ automobiles/one-third of our lives laying on beds and sofas, acting as insulators. Early man/woman, walking barefoot and bathing in lagoons, no doubt, had a much greater resistance to mutant cells. With the above described invention, we open new doors for modern man/woman. The invention can aid chronic arthritic, rheumatic conditions, gout, psoriasis, cardiovascular system improvement, and general malaise. The potential also exists for the control of LDL cholesterol levels, symptomatic relief of hay fever/ragweed allergies and asthmatic conditions, and a variety of ailments, including the potential of arresting cancerous cells.

 

The use of the invention on a human should be maintained consistently and extensively for about 4 to 6 weeks to obtain noticeable results. Use during sleep is considered extensive and, for convenience of the person, is preferred. Consistent, extensive use for about 4 to 6 months should provide dramatic, possibly miraculous, results.

Although specific constructions have been presented herein, it is to be understood that these are for illustrative purposes only. Various modifications and adaptations will be apparent to those of skill in the art. In view of possible modifications, it will be appreciated that the scope of the present invention should be determined by reference to the claims appended hereto.

 

What is Claimed is:

1. A medical grounding system comprising: a medical member of woven wire for placement immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof; and a conductor having a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground.

2. The medical grounding system of Claim 1 wherein the medical member is flexible and disposable in a coil for surrounding a portion of a patientís body.

3. The medical grounding system of Claim 2 further comprising a fabric backing to which the medical member is fixed.

4. The medical grounding system of Claim 3 wherein the woven wire is selected from the group consisting of: copper and stainless steel.

5. The medical grounding system of Claim 4 further comprising a connector to connect the medical member in a coil.

6. The medical grounding system of Claim 5 wherein the connector is a fabric hook and loop fastening portion of the fabric backing.

7. The medical grounding system of Claim 2 further comprising a connector to connect the medical member in a coil.

8. The medical grounding system of Claim 7 further comprising a chamber of conductive metal in which a person may lay down, and wherein the chamber is a tuning fork tuning the personís cells towards the frequency of the earth and performing at least one of the functions selected from the group consisting of: harmonizing, altering, stabilizing, normalizing, and regulating of molecular/DNA frequency of one or more living cells of the person.

9. The medical grounding system of Claim 1 wherein the medical member is a tuning fork tuning cells of the organism(s) towards the frequency of the earth and performing at least one of the functions selected from the group consisting of: harmonizing, altering, stabilizing, normalizing, and regulating of molecular/DNA frequency of one or more living cells of the organism(s).

10. The medical grounding system of Claim 1 wherein the medical member is disposed in a container in which organisms may be placed.

11. A medical grounding method comprising the steps of: placing a conductive medical member immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof; using a conductor having a treatment portion and a remote portion to electrically connect the medical member to the medical portion and the remote portion to a ground such that the medical member is grounded and is operable for treatment of the organism(s).

12. The medical grounding method of Claim 11 where the treatment of the organism(s) by the medical member includes performing as a tuning fork tuning cells of the organism(s) towards the frequency of the earth with at least one of the functions selected from the group consisting of: harmonizing, altering, stabilizing, normalizing, and regulating of molecular/DNA frequency of one or more living cells of the organism(s).

13. The medical grounding method of Claim 12 wherein the organism is a human patient and the treatment functions are performed on cellís of the human patientís body in vivo and the treatment is operable to improve and/or cure arthritis, rheumatic conditions, gout, psoriasis, cardiovascular systems disorders, and/or general malaise.

14. The medical grounding method of Claim 11 wherein the medical member is made of woven wire, is flexible and further including the steps of disposing the medical member in a coil around a portion of a patientís body.

15. The medical grounding method of Claim 14 wherein the medical member has a fabric backing and the step of disposing of the medical member in a coil also disposes the fabric backing in a coil.

16. The medical grounding method of Claim 15 wherein the medical member of woven wire placed adjacent to the organism(s) is selected from the group consisting of: copper and stainless steel.

17. The medical grounding method of Claim 16 wherein the step of disposing of the medical member in a coil involves using a connector to connect the medical member in a coil and wherein the connector used in the step of disposing is a fabric hook and loop fastening portion of the fabric backing.

18. The medical grounding method of Claim 13 further including the step of having the patient lay down in a chamber of conductive metal, the conductor being a member fixed to the chamber and extending into the ground.

19. The medical grounding system of Claim 11 further comprising a chamber of conductive metal in which a person may lay down and wherein the conductor is a member fixed to the chamber and extending into the ground.

20. A medical grounding system comprising: a medical member of metal for placement immediately adjacent one or more organisms for medical treatment by grounding thereof; a container in which organisms may be placed; and a conductor having a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground; and wherein the medical member is disposed in the container.

21. The medical grounding system of Claim 20 wherein the medical member is selected from the group consisting of: a plate or film of conductive material and a woven wire member.

22. A medical grounding method comprising: providing a container; placing organisms in the container; providing a medical member of metal immediately adjacent one or more organisms in the container for medical treatment by grounding thereof; and grounding the medical member using a conductor having a treatment portion electrically connected to the medical member and a remote portion connected to a ground.

Abstract of the Disclosure

 

A medical system and method is used for grounding organisms and parts of organisms. A woven wire medical member has a fabric backing and is wrapped around a limb, torso, or other body part of a patient. A conductor is connected to ground the woven wire. Additionally, the patient may lay down in a chamber of conductive metal that is grounded. An alternative system and method is used for grounding cells in a container, such as a Petri dish.


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