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Acmos Lecher Antenna

Acmos Lecher Antenna

Presentation :

  • Lecher Antenna
  • Pouch
  • Mass
  • Green wire
  • Frequencies list

 

A German physicist, Ernst Lecher, discovered in the 1920s the principle of the resonance provoked by a loop of wiring with a sliding shunt. This bears his name : the Lecher wire loop (university course program).

  • SBJ International, Energy Research Center developed a range of Acmos Lecher antennas with high sensitivity to measure all the tensions influencing the human and environmental energy and affecting man’s health. The latest model is the "Acmos Periscope type" which can not only check but also tune energy disorders in man and space.

Main caracteristics of the Acmos Lecher Antenna

 

  1. Robust and of high level accuracy
  2. It can be folded for carrying in pocket or briefcase.
  3. It has a special device for personal energy measurements and disorder identification.
  4. A groove system makes it practical for use on major wave lengths.

 

Applications of the Acmos Lecher Antenna :

  1. Its high quality permits it to tune energy channels in human, objects and space.
  2. It allows control of vibratory levels in all energetic matters.
  3. It transfers energy information from energetic product to body.
  4. It allows analysis of any architectural applications actual or in project.
  5. Environmental quality measurement and regulation.
  6. It transfers energy information to balance human systems and functions as per the Acmos techniques.
  7. It can be used for evaluation of energy currents on drawings and projects as per Acmos method.
  8. It selects personalized medication and nutrition, it defines dosages and time of application.
  9. It identifies energy reinforcers in view to control medication and environmental side effects.

 

Net Weight :

65g

Weight with accessories :

190g

Lenght x width x height     

21 x 7 x 1 cm

Référence selectionnée : A003

199,00 € TTC     

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