Influence of metallic board and magnetic field on unmonotonous conductivity of meridian points

Author: Sasaki Shigemi K 1//Sako Yoichiro 2//Kobayashi Taiju T 3
University of Electro-communication [1], Sony Corporation [2], PSI Research Committee [3]
Conference/Journal: Japanese Mind-Body Science
Date published: 1992
Other: Volume ID: 1 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 7-18 , Special Notes: Article in Japanese , Word Count: 193

Investigations on some changes of unmonotonous conductivity L (a value of 1 mus after marking DC3V) of meridian points were made by way of putting an artificial Qi energy controller or materials of psi-device on the meridian points of human body. A meridian system therapist is able to change the unmonotonous conductivity L of a patient's meridian points and the standard deviation sigma (28 meridian points of both hands and feet) about 50% at the maximum using metallic board, ceramics and permanent magnet.

Then, a test of L change when putting a metallic board and magnetic field on meridian points was conducted with an experimenter and a non-experimenter who had been selected at random among some students in good health during the absence of the therapist. Experiments were performed 37 times, among which, excepting 2 experiments for another purpose, changes were recognizable in 28 experiments and no change was shown in 3 experiments, while unclean results were obtained in 4 experiments.

In conclusion. it can be considered that the unmonotonous conductivity L of meridian points is also changeable by means of using materials of metallic boards and magnetic field, moreover, the combination use realizes more remarkable change than single use.