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In this section, learn about the various surveys and success stories of the  QUANTEC® in Agriculture and Livestock. We hope you enjoy the information and that it can be helpful in building your understanding of the potential of a well-targeted treatment. 

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Effects of QUANTEC® with Pea Seeds

In the present research, it has been demonstrated, by pea seed germination and root growth tests, that treatment with QUANTEC® (therapy protocol) promotes root growth, with an influence on its length that is between the 35 and the 50% in relation to the control without ripples. QUANTEC® has been shown to form a heat shield when pea seeds are subjected to stress (20 to 30 minutes at 80°C) so that the root growth of wavy peas is not influenced by the heat effect, while that the uncurled peas are considerably reduced.

The Kybalión, an ancient philosophical text attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, has as its first principle the following: "The whole is mind, the universe is mental" . in our sciences  In modern naturals, the mind does not even appear, that is, it is implied, but sometimes also expressed, the hypothesis that only matter can influence matter, we tend to understand that mind is reduced to an effect of the shadow of matter, or, at best, it is accepted as a subject of other partial sciences, such as the philosophical sciences which, in turn, are not really accepted as a science in the strict sense either.  

Expanding on this position is that: there is no mental cause of material transformations. In this sense, we see in the process of natural sciences the contrast  Perfect for Kybalion's first principle. The promises made in relation to radionics, and more specifically using QUANTEC®, directly challenge this opinion and we confess that, initially, we were very skeptical of these claims. However, the authors have always been of the opinion that science is something that generates knowledge and  that, therefore, dogmatism of any color is out of place, when it is possible to forge statements of certain experiences, or in case the attempt at falsification fails to accept the thesis until further notice.


The statements and promises made to QUANTEC® about the cure of patients, the positive effects on plant growth, the purification of waters, or even the rise of companies stimulated our ambition to test these claims with scientific methods. according to our own understanding, we were as neutral as possible in relation to the possible results, that is, that both a confirmation and a refutation of the effects seemed to be equally possible. For this reason, we wanted to find a model system that, at least on a simple level, we could come up with clear statements regarding a ripple effect with QUANTEC®. Since one of us has many years of experience in the field of plant physiology, it was proposed to choose a suitable plant as a model system and carry out germination tests, as the controlled parameters on which QUANTEC® should influence should be simple, reproducible and the as accurate as possible with the means available, since there is no money available for research or university laboratories.

After some preliminary tests with seeds from various vegetables, pea seeds were finally chosen, because their radicles can be measured well and, moreover, they were robust enough to survive during the period of a measurement campaign (between 120 and 150 hours), as well as the measurement process and the danger of a fungus. With this system, all tests were carried out under different conditions, of which only one is reported, a particularly exemplary test.

Our goal: to present the effect of QUANTEC® on an unmanageable biological organism

While the effects of QUANTEC® on a person's physical state present a system with many different facets and therefore the objection remains that the healing successes of QUANTEC® could simply be measured and suggestive results, our aim was therefore to show the effect of QUANTEC® on an unmanageable biological organism. This measurement process is called bioindication. Living organisms that respond to external influences in any way with measurable changes in their vital functions are called bioindicators. The plant system chosen, which is based on the growth, relatively easy to measure, pea seed radicles as a vital function with or without treatment with QUANTEC®, appeared to be ideal for the reasons mentioned above.

As an additional factor we proposed to introduce in the test a stress factor for pea seeds that had to simulate the situation of a disease that occurs frequently in real systems. In our case, we decided on the effect of heat, which naturally prevents root growth. This should make it possible to compare the influence of QUANTEC between a "no stress" and a "stressed" plant system and therefore answer the question of whether QUANTEC® can fully or at least partially compensate for the desiccation effect of non-stressed control seeds. received treatment with QUANTEC®. Such an approach can be interesting even for tests on agriculture.

The following describes in detail the plant system we used, before presenting the results without and with the QUANTEC® treatment.

The grains were separated into two equal groups, one programmed for undulation with QUANTEC® and the other  which was to serve as a control sample and would not receive any dimple with QUANTEC® (noQ).  Using the "heat" stress factor, they subjected non-soaked pea seeds to a heat source of 80 degrees Celsius for 20 min. and 30 min. respectively, before putting them in water for 7 hours and then placing them in plates in a humid environment so that the roots germinate. A third of the control group and a third of the curling group were left without the heat treatment.

Thus came the next 6 batches with 10 pea seeds each.

Semonulation: Contr noQ, 20 min noQ, 30 min noQ
Waveform: Contr Q, 20 min Q, 30 minQ

When using the QUANTEC® treatment, the corresponding peas were wavy continuously from 30 min. before starting the heat treatment using a relevant HealingSheet (example fig. 7 "Heat shield against heat"); this ripple continued for 20/30 minutes of heat treatment at 80 °C and also continued for 30 minutes more, without heat in this case. After 7 hours immediately after soaking, the HealingSheet was intended to send options appropriate to the pea group (every 1.2 h / 19 sec for approximately 10 days). The measurement of root shoots was carried out at time intervals of about 12 hours.

In total, five tests were carried out with heat load, the results were similar showing  just a few differences between them. In all trials, QUANTEC® had a positive influence on the restitution of pea seeds exposed to heat, compared to test groups equally exposed but not wavy; in addition, the extent of this influence depended on previous seed damage, which was difficult to quantify. Of these five tests, one with the individual accurate results is presented here. The graphs show the corresponding average length of the roots of the 10 seeds from each of the six lots. Half of these trials were performed using the double-blind procedure to exclude any possibility of manipulation from the start.  However, this was not very effective, because after a short germination time, an impartial observer could see which batch had not been treated.

Figure 1 shows the growth of pea seed roots (in cm) over the germination time (in hours), without undulation with QUANTEC®, after 132 hours, the roots without heat treatment (= control values) showed a length of about 4 centimeters, compared to the heat-treated roots, which only showed 0.55 (after 20 min.) and/or 0.45 centimeter (after 30 min.).

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Figure 1: Pea roots without undulation: control without undulation (Contr noQ)

Effect of heat at 80 °C: 20min (noQ) and 30min (noQ) during germination

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Figure 2: Pea roots with curling: control with curling (Contr Q),
Effect of heat at 80 °C: 20min (Q) and 30min (Q) during germination

Fig. 2 shows the same growth pattern, but with undulation with QUANTEC®. Here you can clearly see that thanks to the ripple both the control samples and the heat treated ones exhibited a stimulated growth compared to the non-wavy samples.

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Figure 3: Baseline ripple reaction with QUANTEC® in order to increase growth on control samples not treated with heat (Contr noQ vs. Contr Q)

The effect of treatment with QUANTEC® on the control samples is shown again in the figure. 3, in which the control samples, after 132 hours of germination under ripple, are 5.5 cm in length, 40% larger than the non-wavy control samples.


Although the growth of uncurled pea roots was minimal after a heat treatment, the roots of the curled peas increased to 80% of the comparable control value (Fig. 4) after a 20 minute heat load or to almost 50% of the comparison value without load if heat treatment was 30 minutes (Fig. 5).

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Figure 4: Pea roots with and without ripple: after thermal load at 80° C: 20 min (Q / noQ) during germination, including 1 standard deviation.

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Fig. 5: Pea roots with and without ripple: after thermal load of 80 º C: 30 min (Q / noQ) during germination

In fig. 4 we see the 20 min Q and 20 min Q curves standard deviations down or up. Since the lines of the graph (as opposed to those in Fig. 5, where they were taken for this reason) do not overlap but remain disjunctive, we can say that the level of one standard deviation can statistically guarantee the significant effect of the swell with QUANTEC ® in front of the uncurled batch, at least for samples submitted to a thermal load of 20 min. The experience of those working with biological material is that these lines can frequently touch each other due to the natural heterogeneity of the biological material, therefore no meaningful statements can be made.  This, in our case, is also valid for the rest of the 4 thermal load tests, where this cannot be done.  such a determining statement due to the overlap.

The diagrams shown in figs. 1-5 are documented with photographs (fig. 6), in which figures 6a and 6b show the roots of pea seeds not subjected to heat treatment (fig. 6a without ripple after 132 h of germination and fig. 6b with ripple and 132 hours of germination). It can be clearly recognized that the pea roots of fig. 6b show stronger growth than in fig. 6th.

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Fig. 6a: ripple-free control
(no heat, after 132 h of germination)

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Fig. 6c: pea roots without undulation
(20 min. of heat, after 132 h of germination)

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Fig. 6b: control with ripple
(no heat, after 132 h of germination)

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Fig. 6d: pea roots with undulation
(20 min. of heat, after 132 h of germination)

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Figure 6e: pea roots with undulation
(30 min. of heat, after 132 h of germination)

In Figs. 6c and 6d show the roots of pea seeds treated for 20 min. with heat, in fig. 6c without ripple, in 6d with ripple. Fig. 6e shows wavy roots of seeds heat treated for 30 min. Uncurled peas are similar.  in the growth of their roots to those of figure 6c (compare also with fig. 1), so they have not been shown separately here.

In general, in the photographic illustrations (fig. 6) a correspondence with the diagrams in fig. 1 or 2.

With these results it can be shown clearly and methodologically that at the most basic level of scientific procedure, treatments with QUANTEC® have a decisive influence on pea germination and corresponding root growth, a result that can also be manifested in the 4 experiments that are not shown here:
After treatment with QUANTEC®, without the influence of stress factors, an increase of between 35 and 50% was obtained as a growth average compared to the unwavy samples.


Including the stress factors in our results (here 20 and 30 min at 80° C) it can be stated that QUANTEC® is able, due to its ripple, to establish a heat shield for seeds, resulting in an express restitution of the enzyme balance, although this was not considered in the present analyses. It is not able to compensate for a possible lack of nutrients, vitamins and minerals such as water, allowing the peas to behave as if the thermal situation had only just stressed them.

Since the QUANTEC® device was more than 10 meters from the wavy pea seeds and even in a separate room, we can assume that the waving is a remote effect of the device. It is reasonable to think that clearly established and effective statements (fig. 7) have a mental effect on the growth of the roots of peas, have broken the basic axiom of natural science, namely, that mind cannot influence matter. Scientists immediately rejected this statement and argued that the proof of the effectiveness of mind over matter is based only on a single standard deviation, which is insufficient for such an important statement. In his opinion, it would be necessary to separate the curves by 3 standard deviations (sigma rule 3). Unable to produce this proof today, with the current model of plant design, since it is known to all of us that the use of biological material inevitably involves a large change in the average value. This effect could only be obtained with a large number of cases that was not possible in the plant system used. Other users can be encouraged to perform more extensive tests using more advanced and sophisticated analyses.

However, for the pragmatic view of users, the present results can confirm that QUANTEC® is able to "make" the claims offered in the biological system. This can also justify a transfer of the results presented on the therapeutic effect
of QUANTEC® in humans.

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QUANTEC® casts light on darkness

Plants in darkness react to virtual sunlight

After professors Stefanie Rogalla and Heinz Krönke were able to demonstrate in a previous laboratory test that the germs wavy with QUANTEC® outperformed practically without damage, unlike other non-wavy germs, the stress caused by the heat of an oven, ended another series of tests with the following result: plants in the dark react to a virtual sunlight "emitted" by a QUANTEC® equipment located in another location, 10 meters away.

The laboratory test

Plants exhibit, in darkness and light, typical chemical and physical reactions. So, for example,
overnight the small pores (stomas) at the bottom of the leaf close up; Stefanie Rogalla has previously investigated stomas and she is internationally recognized in this field. In this way, she had no problem preparing the underside of the canons' weed leaves for testing and examining them under the microscope in a nutrient solution.

As this essay is based on the reactions of the stoma, we describe it here with Stefanie Rogalla's textual words:

“Stomas are small pores (approx. 40 x 40μm) located in the underside of leaves that are subjected to a very complex, highly sensitive and cybernetic regulatory process that, in addition, is biochemically and biophysically stimulated. They are vitally important for the survival potential of plants, because they close in darkness when it is too hot and when substances that are harmful to the environment are detected. In this way, the plant optimizes the water balance, that is, it limits transpiration, expelling less water in the form of gas. However, under these conditions, the plant cannot absorb from the air the carbon dioxide necessary for photosynthesis in order to generate its biomass through the production of starch for its own growth. On the contrary, when there is light and in the presence of potassium ions, the stomata open, the elimination of water in the atmosphere in the form of gas increases and the plant sweats more intensely; although the water balance decreases, the plant absorbs more amount of CO, so important for its growth in order to synthesize carbohydrates, among others, through complicated metabolic mechanisms. Environmental conditions (eg temperature, light, darkness, drought, harmful substances) force the plant to quickly adapt the opening of its stomata in order to survive. The plant must balance the flow of CO it receives when the stomata are open and there is a loss of water vapor, that is, it must compensate for the opening of the stomata so as not to lose too much water and, in turn, be able to absorb the necessary CO during the photosynthesis, which only occurs during the day. A failure to adapt can cost you dearly: you either die of thirst (negative water balance) or die of hunger (negative carbon balance). And such a "dilemma" must be resolved."

. . . And there was light.
(Genesis 1.3)

Therefore, usually the stomas are closed in darkness. The opening and closing of the stomata takes place in the plant with the help of potassium ions.

Rogalla and Kronke evaluated 400 stomata per measurement point that were in total darkness and that were undulated
with information of light and potassium by QUANTEC® from another location, 10 meters away. Stoma opening was evaluated after four, seven and ten hours.

The researchers commented the following in their publication about the results:

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Fig.1: stomas closed in the dark

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Fig.2: Also in darkness, but open stomata thanks to virtual sunlight (ripple with QUANTEC from another room)

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Fig. 3.

"After four hours of incubation and after curling with QUANTEC®, a larger opening can be measured:

while stomata in the dark without potassium ions and without any kind of ripple showed an opening
average of 0.5 m (n=400 measured stomas), under the effects of swell and after the same time (4h), the stomata opened up to 2.5 m, that is, a pore opening can be measured. factor 5 (!).”

To be able to prove the reproducibility of their series of tests, the researchers ran the tests three times. In order to better appreciate the work that resulted in this series of measurements, it should be taken into account that, in addition to preparing the lower part of the leaves, 400 stomata openings were measured, per measurement point, after 4, 7 and 10 hours . That is, 1,200 measurements per series for two curves, that is, 2,400 measurements under the microscope.

This study scientifically demonstrates that QUANTEC® has an effect on plants.


In this case, it can be seen that with a QUANTEC ® equipment (which is not even close to the plants) it is possible
simulate the effect of sunlight on plants.


In combination with the previous study, which showed that germs can survive unharmed at 80 C calorific in an oven thanks to ripple with a protective program, QUANTEC ® can now be scientifically recommended for use in agriculture.


In practice, QUANTEC ® has been used for some time in this field, for example, to improve soil quality, regulate water balance or strengthen plants to fight pests. The good results ( > Fields of application) were received with skepticism, as until now they had not been obtained under scientific conditions.


Finally these two studies demonstrated this. 

QUANTEC® in gardening - A thriving history of Vienna

Dr. Andrea Pach, user of QUANTEC ® with Office  own in Vienna (Austria), he successfully applies his device to his patients. He is currently also a “MEMBER of QUANTEC-CONSULTING” which is equivalent to a certificate from the QUANTEC ® entity. (See also, link in menu under QUANTEC  CONSULTING > Coaching)

At the beginning of her career with QUANTEC®, Ms. Andrea wanted to prove if it was possible to rule out the mere placebo effect in treatments and decided to do a test with two bib in front of her house.


The bib on the left was treated with QUANTEC® waves, the one on the right received no treatment. The information that QUANTEC® sent to the gardener on the left was a mixture of natural preparations and affirmations, also against drought and freezing. Other than that, both gardeners received exactly the same amount of water and fertilizer. The light conditions were also identical. . .  

On May 5th the flowers were planted; on May 14 - nine days later - they looked like this:

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May 14: The bib on the left, exposed to the QUANTEC® waves

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May 14: The right bib without exposure to the waves

On May 19 - five days later - the first flowers appeared in the gardener exposed to waves of QUANTEC®.

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May 19: Left bier with waves

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May 19: Right bib with no waves

On June 4th, the gardener treated with waves of QUANTEC® already has an important advantage.

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June 4th: Left bier with waves

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June 4: Right bib with no waves

On June 12, after a week of cold, the gardener on the right, who was not receiving treatment, did not look very good. The cold has badly treated the flowers, the leaves have withered. The bib on the left obviously withstood the cold better.

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June 12: Left bier with waves

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June 12: Right bib with no waves

On July 3rd, after a week of drought, with very high temperatures, the flowers in the right garden, the one that did not receive treatment, suffered even more from the climatological effects.

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July 3rd: left bib with wave

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July 3rd: Right bib with no waves

On July 9, approximately two months after planting, the difference is obvious:

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July 9: Although the colors of the right bib (untreated) managed to recover a little, the difference from the left bib is very striking.

This experience, at the beginning of your career with QUANTEC®, was  the good results of the treatment in her office, was for Dr. Pach, the basis of her confidence in instrumental biocommunication with QUANTEC®.

QUANTEC® and agriculture  

Can QUANTEC® replace matter with a fine substance?
An interesting analysis of agriculture


Our client, farmer G. Bruns, uses his QUANTEC® successfully in milk production, among other areas. Since it also produces milk in winter, in spring it always encloses large amounts of grass as a feed deposit.

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When he wanted to harvest 30 hectares of forage for silage, -as he does every year- he realized that he had forgotten to provide enough silage inoculants (silage inoculants increase the nutritional value due to better fermentation through various lactobacilli strains). For the 30 hectares, according to the manufacturer's instructions, approximately 100 kg of silage inoculant would be needed; however, there was only a remainder of about 15 kg.

Instead of looking for the remaining 85 kg, he treated the ensiled grass with QUANTEC®. When the silo was opened, he provided a sample of the material and had it analyzed in a laboratory.

The result

The laboratory presented the result  to Mr. Bruns and certified the best of the levels:
Detachable! (90 to 100 points)

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The full report

QUANTEC® is used in agriculture all over the world: in the countryside, in wine-growing, in the cultivation of vegetables and in livestock, these are some examples of the wide range of possibilities. Farmers appreciate QUANTEC® because  it helps to reduce the amount of fertilizers and chemicals for pesticides, year after year, without sacrificing the quantity or quality of the crop, quite the opposite.

On the one hand, this implies direct savings by reducing exploration costs and, on the other hand, it is possible that production causes less damage to the environment and even the transition to ecological cultivation can take place.

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Silage inoculant - a very special challenge

Well, silage inoculants are not just a substance, a matter, they are also composed of several strains of lactobacilli, which improve the fermentation of forage silage and, consequently, increase the nutritional value.
It is, therefore, organisms that through their metabolism can influence the processes inside the silos. The question that remains, whether QUANTEC® is able to simulate this virtually, is answered by our client, the farmer
of milk, Mr. Gerriet Bruns:

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He uses his QUANTEC® successfully in milk production, among other areas. Since it also produces milk in winter, in spring it always encloses large amounts of grass as a feed deposit.

When I wanted to harvest 30 hectares of grass for silage, -how do you do  every year, he realized that he had forgotten to provide enough silage inoculants (silage inoculants increase the nutritional value due to better fermentation by various lactobacilli strains). For the 30 hectares, according to the manufacturer's instructions, it would have needed approximately 100 kg of silage inoculant; however, it only had a remainder of about 15 kg.

So he decided to take this emergency situation as an opportunity for QUANTEC® and expose the silos to the waves. But, let's go by parts:

Mr. Gerriet had ordered  to a carter two trucks; these trucks had dosing devices for silage inoculants. Since it made no sense to divide the 15 kg he had in the two trucks, the amount of silage inoculant was loaded in one truck. The driver of this truck lowered the dosage to a level well below the level recommended by the manufacturer, in order to make the most of the inoculant possible.

Then both trucks transported the loads to the silo, so the dosage, which was already low, was again reduced by half, as the second truck was carrying no silage inoculant. When a third of the silo was filled, the first truck ran out of silage inoculant; therefore the rest was ensiled without inoculant and the silo was closed.


When they opened the silo in wintertime, Mr. Bruns ordered the  extraction of a sample. This type of sample is extracted by means of a nuclear perforation from top to bottom, that is, an empty tube is introduced into the silo and then removed with the sample. In this way, all layers in the silo can be analyzed in the laboratory. Since it is not so easy to introduce the tube throughout the silo, it must be assumed that the deepest layer, which is the one that contained a small dose of the silage inoculant, was not even present in the extracted sample.

The result of the analysis performed in the laboratory

Despite this, the laboratory's analysis was blunt. The result was: maximum score and "Detachable" quality level with 90 to 100 points. And it should be noted that 15 kg instead of 100 kg only constituted 15% of the minimum recommended amount!

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QUANTEC® in agriculture
Case analysis of nitidulidae

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Baron Rudolph von Schröder (Bliestorf site) sows around 3,500 hectares each year, of which, as a result of cultivation, he plants some 500 hectares of rapeseed.

Although he originally acquired his QUANTEC® for his work as a trainer, he also began to  use it quickly in your agricultural business.

For the 500 hectares of rapeseed, the appearance of nitidulidae is a factor in increasing costs. Furthermore, nitidulidaes often show resistance to insecticides.

For this reason, Baron von Schröder decided to create a zero area of 5,000 m² (ie half a hectare).

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Wikipedia source


The 500 hectares had an invasion of nitidulidaes and were treated with insecticides; naturally, area zero was not treated. A few days after the application of the insecticide, the verification was carried out with a result
very surprising:


The untreated rapeseed plants in area zero only presented 6% of the amount of
nitidulidae infestation measured on the surface treated with the insecticide.


Baron Rudolph von Schröder explains about this amazing result:

"I performed this experiment only for myself. My procedures would not withstand a confrontation with scientific criteria.  For example, it could be that area zero happened to be in a zone that had had a lower incidence of parasites from the beginning.  However, it is clear to me that QUANTEC® has made a difference and that this year I will increase the surfaces treated exclusively with QUANTEC®."

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Baron Rudolph von Schröder

Help for parasites
A new perspective on the problem of parasites

The title "Helping Parasites" was consciously formulated in this way to allow for two interpretations: the usual interpretation would be that someone needs help in the fight against parasites. However, it can also be interpreted as meaning that parasites are the ones who need help when they have become a problem to be dealt with.

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the other side of the coin

The little considered aspect of a pest in the form of parasites is that this imbalance in nature can also become a problem for the parasites. Uncontrolled playback leads to problems in the  In territorial behavior, a high density of parasites reduces the living space of each animal and this causes stress.  Furthermore, many animals consume a lot more food which can lead to scarcity. the increase of  a species always brings with it predators, that is, those who eat these parasites.  reproduce quickly thanks to the good food situation, with which, in turn, the parasites run a greater risk of being eaten.  In the end, imbalance is not good for anyone in nature, not even parasites. This understanding is important because the  Instrumental biocommunication with QUANTEC® makes it possible to request cooperation from parasites for their own good.

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Parasites are needed

Parasites are needed to maintain the species of animals that feed on them. The problem of chemical fight is precisely because the parasites are killed so much that predators in the region die due to lack of food, or because they are also victims of the chemical products used. As a result, when a field is not sprayed against the parasites in question, they fall on it like an Egyptian plague, because there is no one who can keep them under control. This is an ideal state for industry; pesticides become a necessity and a product that sells itself..

The important thing is balance

Once we agree that the important thing is not to eliminate parasites, we can get down to work with QUANTEC®, to solve the problem and return to reproducing the balance in nature, which was previously destroyed by ourselves: the human being.


For example: the roses of the QUANTEC® Company


At the entrance to the QUANTEC Company offices  GmbH there is a long bed of roses.

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The large amount of roses is a popular destination for parasites of all kinds.  Naturally, the company's roses  QUANTEC® are neither fertilized nor treated with products, not even natural products.  The treatment of these roses is carried out exclusively with QUANTEC® for several years.

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This year, in the roses we were able to appreciate many icons that go looking for aphids.

How is this treatment in practice?

To preserve the natural balance, the following procedure has demonstrated its effectiveness:

1. The attraction of beneficial animals.

Firstly, the highlighted aspects of parasites and diseases of the roses in the garden should be studied. if we
not very well mastered this topic, about what can attack and be harmful to roses, you can look for alternatives on the Internet and consult the corresponding pages (for example, on Wikipedia).

Next, find out about the natural enemies of these parasites. These must be entered in the QUANTEC® treatment sheet (HealingSheet). For this bed of roses (see below, HealingSheet #1).

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The undulation of the roses with the images of beneficial animals (ie animals that feed on the corresponding parasites) makes the rose bed absorb these undulations and attract especially these species of beneficial animals. There, they feel good, where there are ripples like theirs. There are several explanatory models for these situations.


Another effect of this ripple is that instinct warns the parasites, because everything points to what  an enemy nearby. In nature, this instinctive warning is only noticed when the enemy is already at the bottom of the sheet. In this way, nature does not perceive the QUANTEC® effect and parasites instinctively avoid plants that emit the same ripples as their enemies.


As long as these two factors occur, the problem clearly begins to be disarmed.

2. The use of nosodes

With the use of nosodes, the number of parasites can be further reduced. nosodes are remedies  homeopathics that are obtained  usually from diseases. O  principle lies in that the  homeopathic potentiality  make any disease a  medicine that cures precisely  this disease. Nonetheless,  the nosodes also  use to scare away the  parasites (for example, the  amalgam nosode) and, consequently, the nosodes that  are obtained from parasites - in this case  of QUANTEC ® with images of the  parasites - expose them to  homeopathic oscillations  unpleasant.

In this way, a brief stay at the rose bed is apparently not a problem. But, another thing is to settle down and create descendants in a habitat that contains the same ripples of the enemies that want to eat it, and where it is subjected to its own homoeopathically inverted ripples. (See HealingSheet #1).

In addition, there are diseases in roses, such as mildew, leaf spots or rotten leaves, for which causes it is not so easy to find beneficial animals. In this case, the nosodes are in charge of the protection function (see HealingSheet 2).

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3. Protection and strengthening of plants

Of course, we can also fight off parasites and disease by strengthening the roses and their immune system.


First, we must pay attention to the ground.  A scan with QUANTEC ® , especially with agricultural databases, gives the first clarifications and you can undulate immediately. If the roses are well nourished from the ground, all the necessary primary conditions are produced.  In this case, as we said, there is no need to substantially fertilize, vibration with QUANTEC ® is usually sufficient.


Secondly, we must look for the roses to be in a pleasant environment for them.

The bed must be free of weeds, and for this it is covered with a layer of trunk bark which, in addition, prevents the soil from drying out for long periods of good weather.

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Also, in the upper image we can see that we have placed a large natural stone in the flowerbed, that the roses are already
covered almost completely. The stone absorbs heat during the day and releases it at night; this stone can even keep dew away when it is very cold.

And towards the edge of the street, the roses are protected by a sidebar so that no cars can go over them or that they don't burn with the asphalt on hot days.

In the lower image you can see that lavender was planted between  the roses; lavender keeps away from roses and its surroundings many parasites thanks to its sharp scent.

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The lavender issue was a test for QUANTEC®: areas with lavender plants would have less  parasites than the (larger) area in which nothing had been planted?  

After five years with this experimental distribution, we can say that there is no  no difference between lavender and lavender areas: QUANTEC® does its job without help.

And finally, but no less Important: in addition to the pure treatment to attract beneficial animals, nosodes, the undulation of the ground and an affirmation with which we anticipate the result obtained, the roses also receive homeopathic means, Bach flowers, therapy of the color and much more than QUANTEC® determined as suitable for these roses, in one scan.

And attention and love...

We like our rose entry. We tell roses they are beautiful. We are very pleased that they are beautiful and that they value our entry so much.

Isn't that eternally more wonderful than just putting in compost and killing everything that bothers you?

GOD sleeps in stones, breathes in plants, dreams of animals and wakes up in human beings.

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QUANTEC® and Agriculture - Tomato greenhouse
Juan M. Gómez Experience

Instrumental Bio-Communication in a Tomato Greenhouse

I usually offer therapies with QUANTEC® to people, however, based on the benefits that patients themselves experience from their treatments, they also referred me to the veterinary and agricultural world.
My most recent experience is with Ms. Dora E. Sauceda, who owns a huaje tomato greenhouse that she recently built.

Ms. Sauceda informed me of her main concerns, even though the greenhouse was built as it should be, the time of construction  it went beyond estimates and expenses rose, to which was added the fact that the land had not been properly prepared with fertilizers and organic fertilizer for planting tomatoes.  


As if that were not enough, the tomatoes were suffering from a fungus called "Tizón", which is of a very aggressive type and which attacks the stems of plants, eating it until the plant without strength falls and dies. Furthermore, the possibility of more plants becoming infected was very high.

I told Ms. Sauceda that I would do everything in my power to help her.


The questions to consider were:

  • The soil and plants with a deficit and nutrients

  • Attack of the fungus “Tizón” Water variation

  • The owner of the greenhouse under stress, the  which also reverberates in the same plants


"Photographs" were taken which helped me to create the healing sheets; I knew I couldn't leave out any details, so I took photographs of the land, healthy and diseased plants, and  I also took photographs of the water tank where the greenhouse watering is stored.

We started the treatment on the 9th of  September 2011, almost 1 month after visiting the greenhouse, Ms. Sauceda is happy to see her tomatoes grow in a good way.  extraordinary, worth remembering  that the earth has not been prepared. The advising agronomists are  surprised by the good size they present themselves, even bigger than those of the neighboring greenhouses, where the soil had been prepared.


The tizón threat has completely disappeared; agronomists predicted a crop failure of over 40% in the greenhouse, but the fall did not even reach 3%.

Currently, the stove continues to be treated with QUANTEC ® , awaiting a record harvest!

Greetings from Monterrey, Mexico.
Juan M. Gomez

Before QUANTEC®  treatment

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Photo #1: Tomato oven (before treatment)

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Photo #2: You can see on the earth's surface how the stalk is about to break because of the fungus (arrow).

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Photo #3: Another Series of Diseased Plants

Results after QUANTEC®  treatment

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Photo #4: Healthy and strong growth of tomato plants (after treatment)

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Photo #5: The size of the tomatoes is excellent!

QUANTEC® and Agriculture

heart shaped potato


Sow with love and always enjoy the harvest

We received the following report from a QUANTEC ® user:

"Our potato plants will suffer considerable damage from  frosts during an extraordinary cold snap. I photographed the damaged plants and developed the corresponding HealingSheets with the QUANTEC ® program to save the potato plants. We have also been sending messages to potato plants to express our love and gratitude. Approximately 60% of potato plants recovered. (Other neighboring farmers managed to save only 10% of the potato crop).

However, when we started harvesting we discovered something we couldn't believe: many potatoes were heart-shaped. So far I haven't heard or seen anything about heart-shaped potatoes."  – QUANTEC ® farmers.

The program was applied to the potato field before the cold snap. After the damage caused by the frost, other HealingSheets were generated, see some examples of the results:

"Seed germination at 100%";
"Perfect growth in all states“;
“The potatoes have been fully recovered from the damage caused by the frost“;
“Potatoes are protected from all adverse environmental conditions“.

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QUANTEC ® application  in agricultural companies from 2007 to 2010


I have witnessed the use of QUANTEC ® to strengthen and promote the vitality of plants and trees. QUANTEC ® has proven to be an extremely valuable contribution to harvesting the highest quality products, saving fertilizer and significantly reducing dependence on harmful pesticides. In addition, the most valuable contribution  for horticulture and agriculture it is capable of restoring the balance of soil, plants and nature in general. However, experience has also shown us that this balance is not restored all at once, but in several phases and over a period of time.

Below we describe some of the results already obtained:


After the treatment with the plants and trees, they appeared a much more intense green and looked healthier and thicker. Vegetables and fruits  they had to pay much less, and, qualitatively, the yields obtained were very good. The pH value of the soil, which was extremely high in our area, has dropped to a level that  allows maximum absorption of nutrients.


It is also invaluable in the fight against pests, recognizes harmful insects and communicates with its natural enemies, through the corresponding frequencies, in order to attract them and thus eliminate pests. Photographs of the affected areas were taken and entered into a computer.

Details of the results obtained:  


During a particularly harsh locust plague, they came  large flocks of birds of prey that ate these annoying insects.  The locusts were not eliminated at all, but many of them served as  bird food
and we didn't have to use chemicals to save the crop.

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Ants and termites

Ants and termites are a big problem, especially when they live under citrus trees. In this case,  they also helped natural enemies: many guinea fowl sought their food under the trees. Although the problem of ants is not completely eliminated, guinea hens keep them away.


During a plague of crickets and over a period of two weeks, huge flocks of herons came into the affected area and solved the problem. It also decreased the rat population. It was possible to detect harmful animals  and diseases before they  had the potential to cause  big problems. With the help  of only QUANTEC ® had to  take minimal measures that don't  are toxic, don't even have an influence  harmful on the environment  environment.

beneficial insects

Thanks to QUANTEC® and what we have been avoiding toxic substances in the relevant areas, beneficial insects have been installed  like bees and ladybugs.

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Biocommunication with QUANTEC® is, without a doubt, a good  extraordinary for agriculture because in this area the  material costs have soared that the survival of companies is almost impossible. With QUANTEC® it was achieved with great economy and, in turn, high quality crops were obtained. In addition, QUANTEC® supports the marketing and distribution of agricultural products.

Once we had let the energies act under the citrus, we could  immediately stop using spray programs with  recommended pesticides. O  the only remedy we used was a  mixture of vegetable oil and petroleum  to avoid lice and sulfur to  keep away insects. When treating trees  with the QUANTEC ® program we were able to obtain a  80% average success rate: before treatment these trees were in poor condition and after treatment they fully recovered.
Approximately 20% of the trees started a partial recovery and had to continue with the treatment. Of the 11,000 trees treated, not only two were recovered, which ended up dying.

With the use of energy and use of the QUANTEC ® program over the past four years, we have doubled our revenue each year. We had no problems with marketing and selling our products at remunerative prices. We even sold products that we had before  separated and discarded.

The implementation of the program in  agriculture is an ongoing process  of learning during which the  changes are the order of the day and  to those who must react in a way  corresponding. The interaction between  the user and the target are of great  importance and requires full commitment  and perseverance. However, the  result is sensational.

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