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rhozzi
08-28-2007, 02:31 PM
I have been searching the internet looking for people who will tell what using a SCIO biofeedback machine has actually done for them (details) and came across a website selling another quantum type of feedback machine. They had a lot of information about such machines including their opinion of such machines being in the same relm as Tarot cards and other things of divination.
They seemed to base this opinion on reproducable results...in other words...getting the same feedback with multiple scans in a short time. Such as if you were to take your blood pressure in those machines at the store and do it 2 or 3 times in a row. They likened the the machines (SCIO included) to things like I Ching or Tarot cards, etc. Very interesting thoughts but I'm wondering about accuracy.:rolleyes:

Kevin
08-29-2007, 04:35 AM
rhozzi,

I have had a SCIO machine for over 3 years now. It is running virtually 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, either on myself, family, friends or clients.

I can give you hundreds (probably thousands) of details of what the machine has actually done.

Here is a list of a few:

Weekly SCIO work caused rheumatoid arthritis to be completely gone in 6 months (had been so crippling that joints were visibly deformed and some days pain prevented client from even getting out of bed)

Lowered cholesterol levels to "acceptable" levels

Increased liver function in hepatitis sufferers

Got rid of migraines

Significant improvement in autistic child

Eradicated carpal tunnel syndrome WITHOUT surgery

The above list does not even scratch the surface of what I have personally experienced or witnessed with my SCIO machine.



The following is a link to a Yahoo group of hundreds of SCIO pratitioners-
qxci-english : qxci-english (http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/qxci-english/)



In the Energetic Science Ministries Resource page Energetic Science Ministries™ | Resource Library (http://www.esmhome.org/library.html) down toward the bottom there is a free download of the book Promorpheus.

In this book it explains the science of the SCIO machine.



The following are the definitions of divination that I found in a dictionary:

1. the practice of attempting to foretell future events or discover hidden knowledge by occult or supernatural means.
2. augury; prophecy: The divination of the high priest was fulfilled.
3. perception by intuition; instinctive foresight.

The SCIO does not work based on any of these three definitions.


While the 900+ page book, Promorpheus, goes into great detail explaining all the science of how the SCIO does work, a short synopsis of how it works is:

The SCIO tests over 6000 frequencies in our bodies (via subspace or a direct hook-up at ankles, wrists and headband). From the feedback received it analyzes the state of our being. Once that is done, different frequencies can be sent to our body to optimizes whatever is being addressed.

The inventor of the SCIO states that the device is generally 85% accurate. My experience as shown that to be true.

The following is a link to a post that is related to how the SCIO works via subspace-
http://www.energeticforum.com/paths/686-you-quantum-being.html

:)

rhozzi
08-29-2007, 02:46 PM
Thank you Kevin for your reply. It clears up a lot of questions. The people giving their opinion about biofeedback machines based their idea that SCIO, etc. is radionics (subspace I guess and sort of mystical). So much of this stuff is way over my head. I just care that it works like I've been told that it does and not just to sell me a machine. (I'm not refering to you). Anyway, I look forward to what it will do for me and my family.