FAQ

Is This Science Based?

I once had a patient who happened to have a graduate degree in theoretical physics. I learned this, embarrassingly, after I explained my answer to question he asked. 

He asked me how the lasers worked, when I was using one to imprint the frequencies of a variable into his subconscious, which is often done at the end of an Autonomic Response Testing session. I answered with a Klinghardt style response, highlighting the style of use of lasers found i.e. in the work of Lee Cowden’s laser energetic detox, explaining that lasers carry streams of photons bidrectionally (in both directions), and that they can pick up information which then will be transmitted along the beam. This then gives the body the impression that the variable is present (if I laser you with mercury, your body might be swayed that it jumped into a pool of mercury sufficiently dangerous enough to kill it, and resultantly make attempts to deal with the mercury. Or, if I laser you with a supplement, the body might seek after this sweet item, and reregulate its processes to make better use of the item when it does appear). This information piggybacked onto the beam can be understood by our subconscious, resultant to facets of our neurology receptive to photons (and our own biophotons) like telomeres which act like radio towers for photons (note, the double helixes of our DNA itself actually pulse, and with each pulse, emit biophotons). In this case, transmitting the frequency of pleasant and relevant things can have a gentle positive effect, specifically on uptake (when we later give chlorella, or another supplement, after lasering it, the body will be more receptive to the chlorella, and use it more effectively). 

Other relevant information here might be Yoshiaki Omura’s early experiments with his bi-digital o-ring test (a form of muscle testing which grew to be extremely influential in modern muscle testing), where he would use a laser to transmit or receive information, such that a laser shining at a cancer in his patient would, upon transmitting that stressful signal, induce a negative muscle testing response. In other words, he would use the laser to try to pick up signals emergent from the body that were disrupted or harmful, and he would do experiments showing that the photon streams of the laser would amplify the light of problem-containing areas. 

I explained my own experiments that I had conducted on saliva, wherein impacting saliva cells with a variable would instantaneously impact the patient’s body–even if they were across the room, or outside the room, or across the country. I explained the use of lasers with a protocol specific to my work as something of a shortcut to quantum entanglement; all I needed was the saliva, but as soon as I exposed the saliva to a signal, the signal would be transmitted to the body. I postulated that such work might be relevant to proofs on the impact of prayer, and theories on connectivity between humans. 

Fritz Popp’s discovery of biophotons in the eighties required expensive machines, and every attempt has been made by supplement selling charlatans and self proclaimed heroes of the holistic world to attribute their work to his origins. But Popp was a studious man, a professor appointed, for example, by the government to create reports on the safety of food ingredients for public health (such as genetically modified foods). His own work was based in the literature, and he had nothing to do with the likes of out there weirdos offering assessments with ‘aura cameras’ (note: here, I am simply differentiating that some work pertaining to biophotons is good and relevant, and specifically for our purposes here, practical, while other work pertaining to biophotons is built on lies and used to manipulate people to believe whatever deceivers want them to). 

But apparently this stalwart type of man was brought to tears, on the demonstration of one odd application of his work. It was Dietrich Klinghardt who caused this, in his use of a polarized camera lens to assessed what he called “blocked regulation.” Biophotons are emitted in coherent vertically oriented pattern. The healthier we are, the truer the coherency is. When we have dysfunction, biophotons will be emitted in a noncoherent way. They are sending messages (this is a mechanism by which all cells of the body are connected), but the messages are as if not received, like when trying to listen to a radio signal but all that is picked up is static. By challenging the patient’s biofield with the polarized camera lens, Klinghardt could see if the light was able to successfully pass through the lens, or if the lens blocked it, which would indicate incoherence. 

It was this discovery that brought Fritz Popp, at a med week conference in Europe in the 1980s, to tears. His work, even as complex and esoteric as it was, was made simple, affordable, and practical (they were tears of joy). And in the same way, the new work at OMESA continues this line of thinking. We assess not only blocked regulation, but it is our goal to discuss biophoton patterning. When we think, what do our biophotons do; when we run, what do they do; when we sleep, where are they active; when one person is feeling sick, what activities is their field least capable of; etc. Of course, we offer Klinghardt style assessments as it is, but we also dive off the deep end, into a realm completely unestablished in the literature. We study: biophoton circulation patterning. We study this as an adjunct to Autonomic Response Testing as part of our muscle testing sessions in person, and we study this especially using our distance testing modelling, which is original. 

You might think that after sharing the brunt of the above with my overly trained patient, he might have laughed it off. Instead, his response? “Well I think it’s time for you to write a book.”

Welcome to our work, and thank you for taking the time to read its esoteric and odd history, which entangles ideas of practical wellness protocols, with esoteric and vague structures of knowledge pertaining to the meaning of Fritz’s Popp’s discovery, of the human “aura.” Our goal is, as you thus can see, to simply study our enlightenment–and what is inhibiting it.

How does this work compare with other forms of testing?

The way that we interface with testing in the modern world is painful. 

The functional diagnostics world can lead to thousands in expenditures, with little certainty of results. We might have an adrenal stress profile sold to us, and, when we learn that we have adrenal fatigue, we might be sold additional testing to find the root cause. This marketing model is used, and is effective, because nobody has normal adrenal profiles. A local naturopath told me once that she had run hundreds of these, and had never found one which came back normal. 

But the language of searching for the root cause is often so compelling that we will believe whatever a doctor says. We end up working on our hormones (who doesn’t need work there), or on parasites (even though we can only test for a few of them reliably–who is hunting for lungworm, found in the overwhelming majority of those with chronic fatigue), or on whatever else our functional labs seem to indicate to us. 

Of course, there is a lot of good that profiles have to offer. Organic acids testing results can be fascinating, and informative. Developments in toxicological assessments, whether we are utilizing Andy Cutler style reads on hair mineral analysis or the latest in chemical sensitivity IgG or other allerginicity assays, may one day be developed to be useful for average people. Vitamin D, thyroid hormone, Lyme and coinfections assays, etc. can all be a part of creating an understanding of our current needs. 

But it is a joke to think that we can comprehensively assess someone in a useful way affordably. There is simply too much that could be tested, and not enough that can be tested. We will always be biased by the lens from which we view the world, and we inevitably come have to limit our testing endeavors. We are either going to think like Ritchie Shoemaker or not. We are either going to see our IgG results as indicative of food intolerances (sort of a radical step), or not. We are either going to see a lack of parasites on our stool analysis as correct or not. 

OMESA is trying to create a synergy of what is available in the muscle testing world and make it practical and clinical. Maybe we will fail to do so; perhaps our results won’t be accurate enough, or we will be too biased and offer the wrong types of information based on our beliefs. 

But at least we will try, with a goal of navigating all the ideas out there, to create panels that can functionally compare all possible issues to see what needs to be tested, and compare all possible solutions for each issue and see which are best. 

Your panel with us is a single test that will navigate all the possibilities, so you can see what is going on for you, and why, and what you might do about it.

Who is this work meant for? 

Those who want to navigate the landscape of holistic health ideas out there. 

Our goal is to clarify, and simplify, the possibilities of what is out there, in a way that is based on science. The science here is a testing mechanism which reveals what is going to work for a person before they have to bother trying it out. 

We don’t want you to have to purchase a supplement and use it for months, for example, before seeing if it is going to be useful. We certainly aren’t going to have a way to test dose reliably (titration of dose is crucially overlooked in many protocols). Instead, we want to know whether A is going to work, whether B is similar or better, and whether C should be discarded. We want to place all of the solutions in order, so that we can weed away that which won’t work, and focus on that which will. 

We also want to think a bit more laterally than some types of practitioners can. Perhaps issue A will benefit from a supplement, a mindfulness practice (such as prayer for others, in cases where we have instead learned to harbor resentments and not care), exercise, and the removal of a habit. Perhaps issue B will benefit from massage, using moxa or getting acupuncture, and running, but not a supplement we thought was going to work. Perhaps issue C is entirely resultant to something in the environment, such that supplements and lifestyle changes will have minimal impact, while correcting the environmental issue will swiftly resolve the issue. 

The ability to compare possibilities is what you come to us for. You can let us know what protocols you think will work, what issues you think you have, etc., and we will line up all of the possibilities and make sense out of what your body, and soul, wants the most.

How do you decide what topics to study?

We are gradually adding more and more topics to our library of test slides. 

Given that we can fundamentally study anything, one might wonder where our ideas come from. Do we take existing ideas and simply try to codify all available truths, or do our selections come from somewhere else? 

The truth is, I, Samuel Fritzsche, study energetic health in a God led way. Believe it or not, I feel that each of the studies emerges in me from a source obviously beyond myself. 

Rudolf Steiner described some truths on this matter that might be interesting. In one of his seminal works, he described types of thinking pattern. He described the luciferic mind as that which promoted the I. The rock star is likely quite guilty of this, or the cocky teacher so certain of himself that he forgot what the learning experience is like. 

He described the ahrimanic thought tendency as a reductionist vein patterned to make calculations on good’s impossibility. How can we go on a trip, when we have these other obligations to do, the ahrimanic mind wonders. Why is this person having a unique thought–that is madness! How could someone resist a medical intervention, that has clear science behind it? Forces that resist norms are not the favorite things of the ahrimanic tendency, which atrophies all life energies towards its own recycling. 

A third type of thought exists, though. These are thoughts which can be achieved by meditation. He describes here, and in other works, that ideas exist on their own, and come join with us for a while. We can see heaven one way, breathing in the air of some ineffable aspect of our sentience, one day while sitting by a stream. The next day, this same aspect may not come. We must go with the living divine presence, allowing thoughts as if to merge with us, from the heavenly world. 

Not to be too esoteric, but suffice it to say that each topic taken on, I believe, is for a reason. Study 17, or 117, or 121, or 344, is written so that one day one might promote their own path of closeness with the heavens. These are the studies that God set my mind on, for one reason or another, and it is rare that I merely hear of some type of intervention and think, “I should write on that” (though it does happen). 

Put simply, our library is the human biocomputer employed to allow direct paths to God to persist within us, that our enlightenment (our capacity to sense God) be quickened.