The Science behind Philip Stein Teslar Watches

If you read my blog here regularly, you will know that I’ve recently become a fan of Philip Stein watches and frequency technology.  I’ve written a lot about how frequency technology works, how electronics effect our electromagnetic fields, and why Philip Stein Teslar technology is an effective way to fight off stress.

When I read the “Teslar scam” sites, I have to laugh at their lack of information about frequency technology and the science behind it.  It is obvious they have not done their homework on the science behind Philip Stein watches, so I thought I would do my best to explain how it works, based on recent scientific research.

When a Philip Stein Teslar watch is place on a magnetometer, it is shown to generate a frequency emission of 7 to 9 hertz.  This oscillation, which actually imitates the earth’s 7.83 natural frequency, is the accepted scientific measurement as stated by researchers at UC Berkeley’s Seismology lab. 

By exposing oneself to this frequency, which generates sensations of well-being and peacefulness, the body is instructed to perform in the same way it would have before electricity and other man-made factors were such a huge part of our world.  Because the signal is continuously interactive and stimulating, the body is consistently realigned and balanced throughout the day. 

During scientific testing, the Philip Stein Teslar chip generated a digital numeric readout that showed how the period of oscillation created a new electromagnetic field.  Using a sensor and a Faraday cage, test subjects were able to demonstrate the conductive energy being released by the watch, which was also measured by the magnetometer at 7-9 Hz.

Even those subjects who were particularly good at relaxation techniques, such as meditation, were able to reduce the level of frequencies coming on the readout, and many remarked at how wearing a Philip Stein watch allowed them to maintain a relaxed state of mind all day long.

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