Tuesday, November 11, 2014

The Wheatstone Bridge and Emmitted Measurable Emanations/The "See Meter" (1960)

The See Meter"

 Wheatstone bridge is an electrical circuit used to measure an unknown electrical resistance . It was invented by Samuel Hunter Christie in 1833 and improved and popularized by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1843.
 The Kelvin bridge was specially adapted from the Wheatstone bridge for measuring resistance related to measuring  physical phenomenon (such as force, temperature, pressure, etc.) which thereby allows the use of Wheatstone bridge in measuring those elements indirectly.
The concept was extended to alternating current measurements by James Clerk Maxwell in 1865 and further improved by Alan Blumlein around 1926 and further still by Gary Rainy, founder of Neuronautics  to measure the state of electrical "Field States "of energy that is either emoted by the client or surrounding the client's' body". The  modified Wheatstone Bridge, when used by a Mentor reflects one's "state of Beingship"and where their Emittance falls on the Neuronautic Scale of Beinghood. A trained Neuronautics Mentor can also use the acquired data of this method of scan to determine what aspects of one's Selfness needs adjustment or Reparenting Techniques .Often a client is asked relevant questions by a Mentor when tethered to" the Bridge "(a thimble like apparatus fitted with small wires that measure one's body temperature and "aura"( the modified  Wheatstone Bridge is often referred to as "The Pinky Ring...or the "See Meter") the thimble shaped "pinky ring' also  indicate whether or not a person has been intruded upon by disembodied spiritual living Emanations that are unseen but detectable by those who have mastered Neuronautic' Emote Viewing 'capacities.The device's primary component is an electrical measuring instrument which is hooked to a needle that moves "in measure" with the  subject's galvanic skin response and Temporal Tempermentals(Emmited Emanations).




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