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Anomalous magnetic field activity during a bioenergy healing experiment

  title={Anomalous magnetic field activity during a bioenergy healing experiment},
  author={M. Moga and William F. Bengston},
  journal={Journal of Scientific Exploration},
A few studies have reported magnetic fi eld changes during bio- energy healing. In a pilot experiment, we examined magnetic fi eld activity during hands-on healing and distant healing of mice with experimentally in- duced tumors. During healing sessions, we observed distinct magnetic fi eld oscillations adjacent to the mice cages, which were similar in appearance to those reported by Zimmerman (1985). The magnetic fi eld oscillations began as 20-30 Hz oscillations, slowing to 8-9 Hz, and then… Expand
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