Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Dr. Bevan Leslie Reid

At Sydney University since 1948,
the notable Scientist and inventor, Dr. Bevan Reid, passed away January 17th, 2010.  He had been a champion of the cause to show the existence of subtle forces in nature.

As a cancer researcher he had tremendous success:

Research by Dr. Bevan Reid lead to the invention of a computerized device which reliably detects cancerous and pre-cancerous cells.

He further developed the polarprobe:
The basic scientific research leading to the development of the new device called Polarprobe, which can detect cervical cancer and pre-cancer on the spot simply by scanning a probe across the cervix.

Dr. Reid conducted experiments with 'aether waves' at the QE II Research Lab at the Sydney University.
"Copper sulfate crystals dissolved in water created these aether waves which could be measured by means of a torsion balance a couple of rooms away in another lab down the corridor."
Some readers may be interested in Bevan's research on the influence of a mass of lead over distance (through the aether) on the mortality rate of bacteria.
In 1980 he performed experiments on salt crystals which showed that crystal growth in one test tube could affect crystal growth in another- even when separated by several meters.

A heavy lead mass nearby would also affect growth. Such action-at-a distance was proposed by Sir Isaac Newton.

Dr. Reid said that Russian experiments in 1972 showed that infection of normal cells with a virus would cause destruction of healthy cells which were in another dish separated by a few millimeters.

Intrigued, one of Reid's colleagues from the University of Chicago repeated the experiments but could not get them published.
"His research was elegant, but he really got roasted for putting forward an idea like that," Reid recalled.
Reid repeated the experiments using specialized mouse fibroblast cells in two petri dishes and a poison called colchicine. He found cellular disruptions caused by colchicine in the first dish were mirrored in the second dish which did not contain the poison. When the cells in the first dish died, cells in the second dish ultimately recovered.

To Reid's astonishment, lab workers in another building 200 meters away found that mouse fibroblast cells were being affected!

These experiments show how there is truth to the processes of sympathetic magic. They also give us food for thought on healing and how it can be achieved "outside" of the patient.

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