Application of Plasma in Emergency Situations

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(A good source of information on the application of plasma in emergency situations can be found in the 121st Knowledge Seekers Workshop, between the 21st and 35th minute marks).

Research for all Keshe Foundation plasma technology health applications are still very much in the beginning stages, however results have been extremely positive to date. Further investigation needs to be done in this field of science. Clinical trials and tests are only possible after Foundation permission is granted. All recommendations and proposals stated here or in the teachings of Mr. Keshe are the result of previous tests with volunteers or are the results of theoretical deduced approaches. Each application of a proposals given here, or on other Foundation plasma technology application sites, are carried out with full knowledge and understanding that personal responsibility and liability rests with the volunteers who agree to participate in private plasma health care tests.

Previous tests have shown that plasma (the result of interaction between Magnetic and Gravitational fields) can aid people very quickly in many situations. In emergency situations, GANS products can be applied by spray, patch and even orally.

Be prepared for emergency situations! Create varieties of GANS' and have them on hand and available. Here is a list of the types of GANS that you should have on hand for emergency situations:

  • CuO GANS (turquoise-blue in colour) and CuO2 GANS (brownish in colour)
  • ZnO GANS or ZnO2 (both white in colour)
  • CO2 GANS ( cream white in colour)
  • CH3 GANS (reddish-brown in colour)
  • CaO2 (produce from the ashes of burnt bones)

Prepare, harvest and store at least 100ml of each type of GANS. To each thoroughly washed GANS, stir and mix in a few drops of its harvested Amino Acids. Ensure each sealed GANS storage container is filled to the top with distilled water that you can utilize when required. Only use GANS Water, not the actual GANS, for medical applications (see Making GANS Water and GANS Water Applications). If you use some of the GANS Water, replenish the container with distilled water. In this way, the actual GANS will never be depleted. According to Mr.Keshe, GANS retains its energetic properties for more than three generations of humans, perhaps even longer. Even if a disaster does not occur, we can pass this valuable knowledge to our descendants. (Note: Studies are ongoing concerning how often you need to completely remove and replace the GANS water from the GANS sealed storage container to prevent the formation of germs in the containers water. The Foundation strongly encourages you to engage in plasma technology research and provide the Foundation with results and feedback).

Mobile Plasma Unit

Mobile Health Unit, created with a vacuum sealer.

A Plasma Unit consists of two vertical walls on which either coils or GANS patches are mounted. A person stands between these walls. Plasma flows through the body, from one wall to the other, front to back, back to front. The closer the coil or patches are to the body the easier it is for the body to absorb and interact with the Magnetic/Gravitational fields of the coils or patches.

The Plasma Health Unit with coils is a very complex apparatus and complicated to build. The mobile unit however is very easy to build, and can be constructed quickly. All you have to do is attach multiple GANS patches to the front and back of the body. It is important that a plasmatic field flow takes place from the rear of the body to the front. In order for the fields to flow in the right direction, from back to front, the patches in the back part of the mobile unit have to emit stronger fields than the patches in the front.

(***For stationary health units please consider the respective blueprints ( see LINK) )

Typically, the right direction of field flow can be achieved by creating CO2/ZnO GANS Water patches for both sides. One or more GANS Water patches should be placed on the back, thus creating the flow. The extra patches can be, for example, CH3 GANS Water patches, along with some CuO GANS Water and/or Food GANS Water. Another possibility would be to attach all the patches in one piece of sealed cover (for front and back part, with a hole for the head). You can create this for example with a vacuum sealer (see photo).

Use at your own risk and liability. Please report your experiences to the Keshe Foundation.