What are Biofields?
Biofield Energy is the electromagnetic energy field of the living organism.
Early Research at Yale
Professor Harold Saxon Burr was one of the early bioelectronic researchers to measure and define the life energy field.
Professor Burr was the E. K. Hunt Professor of Anatomy at Yale University School of Medicine.
He measured electrical potentials at an organismic level and called them the L-Field in short for Life-Field.
This area of study has come a long way since Professor Burr began his investigations.
In France, Professor Vincent developed systems for measuring the physics of the biofield energy in the body's fluids.
German Doctors applied electronics to measure the impedence of electrical signals at the acupuncture points.
The Kirlians in Russia developed high voltage photography that is used to document the energy patterns of the biofield.
There have been many different kinds of systems developed to photograph and measure Biofield Energy.
Orgone energy accumulator based on the research of Wilhelm Reich. Concentrated orgone collected in a large vacuum tube glowed blue. It is likely related to the spirit minerals of ORMUS and Dark Matter. Hawaii Island is the largest natural orgone accumulator on planet Earth.
Acupuncture meridians observed and utilized medically for 5 millenia. The flow of biofield energy in the meridians has been confirmed including with injection of radio-opaque dyes. The travel in the directions described, and form circles at the acupoints.