Bioresonance Therapy – a complementary medical method
The bioresonance method was developed in the 70s of the twentieth century by natural medicine oriented physician Franz Morell and electronics engineer Erich Rasche out of the medication test of electroacupuncture in accordance with Voll.
Using a sender for electromagnetic vibrations which was in electrically conducting contact with homeopathic medications and a receiver system which was connected to the electroacupuncture measuring circuit, Morell and Rasche (MORA)obtained the same electrical skin conduction parameter changes on acupuncture points as if the original medications were present in the measuring circuit. They thereupon postulated that medicament information is marked by weak low-frequency electromagnetic vibrations in the range of 1 Hz to 106 Hz and that consequently – due to the physiological effects (resonances) on the acupuncture points – such weak electromagnetic vibrations are part of the information transmission system in human beings. [39-41]
Therefore, based on the mode of the tests and on the determined biological effects on the wholeness of human beings, weak, coherent electromagnetic vibrations are postulated as information carriers. However, they are not explicitly measurable. When there is contact between a person and the unit, an electromagnetic white noise which is clearly above the electronic white noise of the unit is measured. This active electromagnetic white noise of human beings seems to provide the basis for the transmission of information in an as yet unknown manner. In order to obtain a first theoretical understanding of this phenomenology, Galle [23, 24] applied explanatory concepts of biophoton theory to the low frequency electromagnetic vibrations which are relevant in bioresonance therapy. The therapeutic utilization of this knowledge led to the development of MORA bioresonance therapy. In this method, the postulated electromagnetic vibrations are obtained via flat electrodes from specific skin regions of humans. After optical uncoupling, they are inverted in a phase constant manner in the unit (mirrored) and returned to the person as therapeutic input. This can be selectively applied either throughout the entire frequency passage range (1 Hz –
20 0000 Hz) or with highly specific frequency passage range. [23, 28, 41] The methodological approach of Morell and Rasche was typical for experience healing. This method was developed by means of input-output research on the wholeness (black box) of
human beings. Thus far, only relatively hypothetical explanatory models exist with regard to the physical and physiological interactions. In order to test the reproducible effect of a healing method, one does not, however, require reductionistic-materialistic explanatory concepts. Theoretical explanation is a claim, but not a necessary criterion of natural science. It is of historic interest that at the same time, Fritz-Albert Popp and Bernd Ruth discovered biophotons [10, 45, 48]. These are weak coherent electromagnetic vibrations in the 1014 Hz range which are emitted by living systems and to which, according to the theories of Popp and his co-researchers, fundamental regulatory functions within living systems are ascribed.