What if you could heal yourself with out drug, would you?
Sports figures, Stunt-men, and people with money have been for at least 20 years.
What if I told you the the same Missle Guided chips that drives WMD's are used? Hard to believe? Well believe it.
Physicist Dr. Anthony Nebrenski, an electronic genius who developed missile guidance systems for the Star Wars project also helped develop the EEG and
EKG. In 1979, he turned his attention to a revolutionary new healing technology which evolved out of research in electro-acupuncture. His work
resulted in the creation of two machines – the Electro-Acuscope and the Electro-Myopulse.
In 1986, John Thorp, a professional Hollywood stuntman, shattered his right leg into over 56 pieces. Surgical repair with pins, screws, and plates
left him with chronic pain and a prognosis of never bending his knee again, walking with a cane and developing painful arthritis.
At the time, John was working with actor Lee Majors. Lee recommended that John try a therapy that was showing excellent results among professional
athletes. That therapy used the Electro-Acuscope and Electro-Myopulse. One year later, to the astonishment of his doctors, John ran his first of over
28 triathlons. After 17 years, the knee is still arthritis free.
John developed a passion to help others experience the same miracle these machines brought to him. He spent 17 years in healing practice, researching
and developing extensive treatment protocols to most effectively use these machines. His protocols have been so successful that he has gained the
endorsements of Cedar Sinai, Castle Medical Center, Maui Memorial Hospital, and UCLA, among others.
Me and my better half, where hooked as soon as we heard of this great investment. We can not only heal ourselves, we can make money helping
How do these machines work?
When tissues are diseased or damaged, the normal electrical flow and functioning of the body is disrupted at the cellular level. The cells experience
"their power being shut off." Nutrients are unable to flow into the cells and toxins are unable to be released. This results in increased electrical
resistance in the problem area, causing the body’s electrical currents to flow around the damaged tissue. The Electro-Acuscope has the capacity to
drive the current through the resistance and stimulate rapid cellular regeneration.
These are state-of-the-art computerized medical instruments. Both machines are FDA approved. They are programmed to "read" tissue at a cellular
level and compare those readings to optimal or healthy tissue. The computer then selects the appropriate corrective signal and delivers it to the
damaged tissue. The machines continue to read and treat until the tissue electrical flow is normalized.
The Electro-Acuscope is designed to specifically heal neurological tissues, and read all body tissues and systems as well. The Electro-Myopulse
specializes in healing connective tissues such as bone, muscle, tendon, and ligament.
I learned about the Electro-Acuscope/Myopulse about a year ago. I was so impressed with the results it produced that I committed myself to bringing
these machines out of the world of elite athletes, Hollywood stars, and even the Pope, to make this technology available to the general public. This
technology has been used by such notable athletes as Wayne Gretsky, Jack Nicholas, and Mary Decker Slaney, to name a few. Hollywood stars, including
Lee Majors, Cybil Shepard, and Cloris Leachman, have discovered the amazing benefits of this technology. Even Pope John Paul II has several of these
machines at the Vatican.
These machines are bringing phenomenal results in applications as diverse as sports injuries, auto accidents, repetitive motion injuries (carpal
tunnel), arthritis, stress reduction and insomnia. The general public now has promising new modes of healing to fight chronic pain, giving us a
glimpse of the things to come in this exiting new Century
We both have been trained at the Thorp school and have the machines.
Anything I have missed can be found here.
I hope this opens some eyes.