2) If I compare the frequencies of two similar products, is the one with the higher frequency of better quality than the other?
Yes and no! The study of frequency is a complex science. When measuring an object it is not just a matter of looking at the one frequency, but the harmonics of that frequency are important as well. In other words, if you compare the frequencies of two apples, you can be confident that the apple with the higher frequency will be the better choice as far as nutritional value and freshness is concerned. But if you are comparing the frequencies of substances such as one vitamin supplement to another, it is quite possible that the harmonics of the lower frequency supplement could be more significant than that of the supplement showing the higher reading. Therefore the higher reading might not be quite as significant a factor as one would at first assume.
3) What do you mean by harmonics?
We can explain harmonics by using the keys on a piano as an example. A musical note is a frequency, and there are other notes up and down the scale which harmonize with that particular note. For example a high C is a harmonic of middle C. If you measure a substance and calculate its harmonic frequencies, you may discover that your subject has a harmonic frequency which correlates with something as significant as cellular DNA or the frequency of a particular element such as calcium for example. This is a very elementary part of what is known as the science of sacred geometry.
To learn more about this fascinating science, Randy Masters, a leading expert in sacred geometry recommends the following reading: "Sacred Geometry" by Robert Lawlor, published by Dover, "The Power of Limits" by Gyorgy Doczi, published by Shambahla, "The Divine Proportion" by H.E. Huntley, published by Dover, and "The Geometry of Art and Life" by Matila Ghyila, also published by Dover. Randy Masters is a musical composer, teacher and lecturer. He teaches classes on sacred geometry, applications of sacred geometry and sacred numerology, the interface between sound and music, harmonics of the unified field, and music of the spheres. For information on these classes you can contact Randy at (831) 662-2594 or email at email@example.com
or you can visit his website at The Universal Song Workshops
4) For what purpose was the frequency monitor originally invented?
Bruce Tainio has been studying energy for many years. He had a need to measure the frequencies of plants, soil and water in his agricultural and remediation studies. There was no such instrument at the time that could provide him with this information, so he set out to invent one himself. After several years of research and development, Bruce was able to build the first BT3™ Frequency Monitoring System. Over time the meter has been modified and perfected into the current model we now have today.
5) How does the frequency monitor work?
As a Hertzian wave is generated and travels out from its source, the wave transfers energy to the objects that it passes through. The frequency monitor's sensor measures the nano voltage of the wave passing through an object.
6) Who uses these frequency monitors?
The BT3 Frequency Monitoring System, also known as the frequency meter, is not for everyone. (It is not for playing "Star Trek" with.) It is a scientific instrument used by people conducting studies on the applications of frequency. It is currently used for research in the fields of medicine and health, product development, quality control and agriculture. The meter is most effectively used as a tool for comparison studies.
7) I have a book on essential oils which lists the frequencies of some of the oils. Why can't I duplicate these measurements with my frequency monitor?
The frequency of an essential oil, like any other substance, can depend on many variables. How the plants were raised, how they were harvested, how the oil was processed, how it is stored, the age of the product. To determine an average frequency for any product, one should measure and composite frequencies from several batches.
8) I have read many interesting things about the BT3™ Frequency Monitoring System and about Bruce Tainio's work on the internet and in other publications, some of which you do not mention in your own literature or on your web site. For example, I read that the meter is being used in research at Johns Hopkins University, but I don't find that information in any of your literature. Why is that?
When the monitor was first produced, it was used by several outside firms for independent research. While you may find our name listed in the information about that research on the internet, we do not have any documentation of the findings, nor can we confirm their claims.
The main purpose of this web site is to make available the most complete and accurate information possible to those who are interested. We are grateful for the many phone calls and letters we receive every day, because we have been able to use these inquiries to put together an information package based on what people like you have expressed a desire to know. If you find information about the frequency meter or about Bruce's research that did not originate from us, or that is not included in this web site, it may or may not be entirely accurate. Please remember to take it with a grain of salt. We do!
9) Can I purchase a BT3™ Frequency Monitor?
Sorry, no. We have stopped producing the monitor for a couple of reasons. First, our supplies for some important components have been discontinued by the manufacturer and we have not been able to find suitable replacements. Second, due to the increasing impact of EMFs on our environment, it has become more difficult to achieve reproducible results due to EMF interference.