Electromedicine is defined as a discipline within the field of medicine that uses electronics and energy technologies to aid in the treatment of a variety of physical symptoms, ailments and disease conditions.

Electromedicine recognizes that the body is primarily electric and some form of electricity is found naturally in all of us and controls the function of every cell of our bodies and that a wide variety of electrical impulses in our bodies help facilitate all bodily functions including all actions needed for health maintenance, healing and regeneration.

By transmitting and conditioning the cells of the body with harmonic electrical impulses that occur in a perfect state of energetic health, we can help balance and direct these impulses.

Although electromedicine has been around since the late 1800’s, the control and profits of conventional medicine, namely surgery and drugs, has overshadowed and forced into the background many viable alternatives and treatments that offer, many times, better results and, most times, less side effects.

The historic advances in electromedicine technology make it a safer, and more noticeably effective alternative. Some of the latest technologies have enabled us to see noticeable improvement in a wider variety of symptoms and in more serious conditions. The most advanced, like the Photon Genie by Ed Skilling, have become a significant complement to other therapies without negative side effects.

Electromedicine: A Brief History

Electromedicine was first documented in 1890 at the American Electro-Therapeutic Association’s annual conferences on the therapeutic use of electricity and electrical devices by physicians on ailing patients.

Since 1890, electromedicine has evolved significantly:

Nikola Tesla – in 1895 discovered alternating current and invented the AC generator, published many papers, and invented numerous electrical devices including Tesla coil therapy instruments.

Alexander Gurvich in 1922 discovered “biophotons” and “mitogenic” “mitotic” waves. His work is the first documented evidence of “biophotons,” and became the basis for the design of later bioelectromagnetic therapy devices.

Georges Lakhovsky – in 1925 invented the multi-wave oscillator which produced a spectrum of electrical frequencies that restored cell equilibrium in the body, and published a paper in Radio News magazine titled “Curing Cancer with Ultra Radio Frequencies.”

Royal Raymond Rife – in the 1930’s demonstrated how his frequency research and mitogenic impulse-wave technology (specifications in public domain) could cure cancer.

Ed Skilling – 1950’s breakthrough discoveries with space-age electronics, transmission and communication with the cells and the body’s immune system; results supersede all prior electromedicine technologies.

Quantum Leap in Electromedicine

Ed Skilling’s work with advanced electronics in the late 1950’s leads to a quantum leap in electromedicine. His discoveries take the results of electromedicine to a new and profound level by communicating with the cells of the body using harmonic energy impulses and by introducing the harmonic balance and flow of life-force energy throughout the body.

This harmonic energy communication triggers and directs the balanced energetic function of the cells of the body. This dynamic communication works at the cellular level and orchestrates more balanced and empowered function of organs and systems of the body.

From the inside out, these harmonics empower the body’s immune system to overcome diseases and other body ailments and imbalances.

Prior electromedicine technology including Rife specifications (still used today) works with “frequencies” that do not penetrate the body at the cellular level. The difficulty is in the way our bodies are created.

The human body is created resistant to protect us from things flying around the universe such as ultra-violet rays and microwaves, etc. The proof is in the way we can lay out in 100 plus degree sun and burn our skin and not hurt our brain, liver, kidneys, or internal organs. While this is a blessing that protects us all, it is a problem in treating, reaching and improving internal organs and functions of the body. This is primarily why past technologies that basically “zapped” the surface of the body got limited results that were not consistent for everyone.

Skilling’s breakthrough technology changes this and improves results more noticeably than any technologies of the past. His technology transmits life-force energy (the kind of energy in the cells, and natural cellular energy that the cells use to communicate with each other) and achieves energetic communication with all the organs and systems of the body at the cellular level in harmony with the “impedance” (resistance) of the body.

The Skilling technology, unlike all before, achieves communication to the whole body.

“The only known “cure” for anything is your own God given immune system.
All I did is figure out how to communicate with it and power it up.”
-Ed Skilling

Since the late 1950’s, Ed Skilling has innovated and engineered many electromedicine technologies.
The culmination of all his breakthroughs and developments is available in the upgraded Photon Genie electromedicine instrument.

The Photon Genie Offers quality of life improvements:

  • Energizing
  • Balancing
  • Relaxing

Lymphatic Specialists say the Photon Genie energizes the body’s lymphatic system.

Lymphatic System Is Key Part of Immune System

The lymphatic system, an integral part of the body’s immune system, includes the following functions:

• Carries food and oxygen to the body’s cells and tissues
Moves and manages wastes and toxins within the body’s cells and tissues
• Removes larger protein wastes from the body’s interstitial regions
Maintains fluid balance in the connective tissue
• Removes excess proteins from many sources throughout the body
Removes antigen-antibody complexes, dead cells, androgens, estrogen, enzymes, lipoproteins
• Removes foreign particulates and environmental toxins
Transports long-chain fatty acids (in food) from the small intestine to the liver
• Provides the medium in which the immune system functions, and intimately assists with those critical life-saving functions
• Defends the body against microorganisms and other harmful foreign substances or antigens

A large proportion of the body’s lymphatic tissue is distributed in the form of small nodules within the membranes lining the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts.

These structures contain various immune cells that provide site-specific protection against the numerous pathogens that may enter our bodies as we breathe and eat.

In the GI tract, these nodules are known as Peyer’s patches. They screen the contents of our digestive system for harmful invaders before these can be absorbed into the blood stream.