Cell Phone Rejuvenizer Test
December 15, 2000
To Whom It May Concern:
I have conducted a clinical trial on an item called the "Cell Phone
Rejuvenizer" at the request of Dr. Phyllis Light. The following were the
Test subjects (patients) were evaluated for acupuncture imbalances,
biomechanical dyskinesias (impairments of body movement), and emotional
stressors. These were corrected and the subjects were retested with no
apparent electromagnetic imbalances. Using these subjects, a cellular
telephone was turned on in a ready to transmit and receive mode. The cell
phone was placed near the subjects head in the usual position of use. The
subjects were then retested for electromagnetic influence. The test
subjects returned to a state of imbalance and negative pathology.
The "Rejuvenizer" was then attached to the phone, which was placed near the
subject's head. All electromagnetic indicators returned to normal. The
observation was that the addition of the "Rejuvenizer," placed on the phone
and within the person's electromagnetic field, negated the apparent effects
of the cellular telephone.
After rebalancing again, time factors were introduced. After about ten
minutes, without the "Rejuvenizer," all the negative indices returned with
cellular telephone usage. Again, the application of the "Rejuvenizer"
negated the apparent ill effects.
John L. Martin, D.C.
Fellow International Academy of Clinical Accupuncture
Member, International College of Applied Kinesiology
Co-Author - Practice Protocols and Parameters of Chiropractic
Board Qualified, College of Chiropractic Orthopedists
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