Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Life Force

The Electronic Medicine Association of the UK, United States Chapter, presents:

Life Force

Christian W. Hahn, Ken Campbell, Sterling Allan, James O'Dell, Chief Cloudpiler, Claude Swanson, and Peter Moscow

April 29th, 30th, & May 1st 2011

Ramada Plaza
9700 Bluegrass Pkwy
Louisville, KY 40299

Register: Call HPC, Ltd.
Phone (502) 423-1188
Fax (502) 425-6465

This teaching conference of Electronic Medicine is for practitioners, students, and researchers. This event will provide expert teaching on the basics of Radionics and Radiesthesia.

Program subject to change without notice.
*Visitors Welcome $35 Each Day*

Friday, April 29th:

9 am until 1 pm
Radionics Training
Peter Moscow
Native Medicine Man and Traditional Spiritual Leader of the Nemenhah Band

Basic Training for Students wishing to become Radionics Practitioners. This basic course will cover essential techniques for analyzing Bioenergetic Health Disturbances. Correctional Broadcast Techniques will be demonstrated.

2 pm until 5 pm
Entanglement and Indigenous Healing
Chief Cloudpiler

Understanding the concept of "All My Relations" in Native American Healing Models. Just as a Forest may not be understood by its single elements, the nature of Healing can only be fully conceptualized, not by listing the individual elements in a system, but rather by accepting and working with the myriad connections between those elements.

7 pm until 9 pm
Medicines of the Hive - Apitherapy
Dr. James O'Dell, ND, OMD, L.A.c
Dr. O'Dell has practiced traditional naturopathy for 30 years and is certified in acupuncture with the NCCAOM and is licensed in acupuncture in Kentucky, Colorado, and South Carolina. He holds a doctorate in naturopathy in 1980 from US International University, Los Angeles campus (currently renamed Alliant International University).

Honeybees are master chemists and chemical engineers. Their 40-million year success in the animal kingdom is largely because of the application of their products: honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, beeswax, and venom. The bees themselves chemically synthesize three of these products: beeswax, venom, and royal jelly. The other three are derived from plants and are modified and engineered by the bees for their own use. Therapies involving the honeybee have existed for thousands of years. Dr. O'Dell will discuss honeybee biology and the application of their medicinal products. Specific detail will be given to the application of honeybee venom therapy - injection protocols, bee venom creams, and usage of homeopathic Apis.

Saturday, April 30th:

9 am until 12:30 pm
Dentistry - A Necessary Evil?
Dr. Christian W. Hahn DDS, AAACD

Dr. Hahn grew up in Germany and Orange County, California. His passion for cosmetic dentistry led him to become one of only 260 accredited (AACD) cosmetic dentists in the world. Ideal Dentistry now has the honor of being the only accredited cosmetic dental practice in the greater Louisville area. Dr. Hahn is an International Relations Committee member for the AACD which promotes the advancement of cosmetic dentistry through the AACD internationally. Dr. Hahn, being German, helped bring the AACD and their knowledge to Germany.

Most of us have experienced dentistry in one form or another. It seems that "getting a filling" is inevitable; or is it? Find out why we have an epidemic in decay and how some people are able to eliminate the need for dentistry while others spend thousands on dental care each year. Learn about root canals, amalgam fillings, and the toxicity of dental materials. How can you bring your mouth back to ideal health and escape the "dental cycle?"

2 pm until 4 pm
From the Soils Up
Ken Campbell

Ken Campbell is currently the Senior Technologist/Research and Development Coordinator of Breakthrough Seed Enhancement Corporation. His majors are Plant, Animal, and Soil Science from the University of Alberta and experience in the field qualifies him in many Agronomic consulting projects across North America ranging from golf courses and municipalities to farms and estates.

What is the difference between entropy and extropy? Understand how the universal life force is reflected in soils, moves through plants, and to animals and humans. Learn how to put the life force back in your farm garden, lawn, trees, flowers, and bodies. This is a brief look at how subtle energies are assimilated into the different life forms and how to assess and harness this energy. Revolutionary bionomic technology goes beyond organic, beyond holistic, to concepts that dramatically enhance the quality of food, nutrition, and the healthy growth of all living material.

Sunday, May 1st:

9 am until 12 pm
Exotic Free Energy Ramifications for Health - Both for Power and in Physiological Interplay
Sterling Allan

Sterling Allan is the primary driving force behind,,, and Mr. Allan's graduate studies at BYU and the University of Arizona were in Bioelectrochemistry, studying the interaction between external electrical stimuli and physiological systems. He is presently involved in launching an intentional community, Safe Haven Villages (.org), featuring sustainable building and growing methods and utilizing renewable energy.

Mr. Allan will cover two health-related areas. First, he'll discuss the future role that exotic free energy devices might have in providing power to medical devices, whether external or internal. Most free energy devices can provide continuous power, harnessed from an inexhaustible source in the environment. To the extent that these free energy devices can be scaled, this attribute could be profound. Many free energy researchers have reported health ramifications of the devices they work with. Some appear to have beneficial effects that augment health and others have detrimental effects. The question of proper testing will be important, as will providing adequate shielding if needed.

2 pm until 4 pm
The Life Force and Its Role in Science
Dr. Claude Swanson

Dr. Claude Swanson was educated as a physicist at MIT and Princeton University. During those years he worked at the MIT Science Teaching Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and a Virginia cyclotron in the summer. At Princeton he received the National Science Foundation Fellowship and Putnam Fellowship. His Ph.D. thesis at Princeton was done in the "Gravity Group," which focuses on experimental cosmology and astronomy.

His work has been summarized in two books: The Synchronized Universe, and Life Force: The Scientific Basis. For the last twenty years, interspersed with his conventional professional career in applied physics, Dr. Swanson has pursued investigations into "unconventional physics." Dr. Swanson has conducted extensive research in these areas, including research of scientific literature, interviews with scientists in these fields, numerous experiments and investigations, to better understand how such forces modify conventional physics.

Dr. Swanson will describe a number of recent discoveries described in his new book, Life Force: The Scientific Basis, a comprehensive study of the evidence for the existence of a special force which has been described in many traditional cultures over thousands of years, yet has been ignored by mainstream Western science. In his lecture Dr. Swanson will survey the evidence supporting the existence of this energy, and describe aspects of its behavior and applications to psychotronic devices. In the process it will become apparent that some devices which have been discovered by accident in the past may be understood in a deeper way through the science of this new force.

4 pm until 5 pm
A Closing Ceremony
"Sacred Breath Ceremony"
Connecting Healers Through Group Focus of Intention
Chief Cloudpiler

Conference Package
EMA Members: $235.00 before April 8th, $265.00 thereafter
Visitors: $35.00 each day
Register: Call HPC, Ltd. (502) 423-1188
Fax (502) 425-6465

Hotel Room Registration
The Ramada Plaza Hotel is a full service hotel located in the heart of Louisville's prestigious East End. It is minutes away from diverse dining, shopping, and entertainment. Shuttle Bus can provide service to and from the airport.
(502) 491-4830
Hotel rooms are $69.00 for both a Double & King. Room rates exclude state and local taxes.
Room reservations: (502) 491-4830. Ask for the "Electronic Medicine Seminar" rate.
All reservations must be received no later than 3:00 pm on 4/14/2011. The hotel will release blocked rooms after this date.

Certificates of Completion for Credit Hours issued to EMA members only. Researchers must bring their own laptops.
EMA Annual Membership Fee: $50.00
Payable to HPC, Ltd. by the 1st of May of each year.

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