For which audience is the Parapulser® intendet?
Until now, there were mainly the Dr. Beck and “Zapper” conaisseurs, who were concerned with
electrical currents and induction. Regular users of older magnetic pulser will hardly bypass the
Paraulser®, because time is our most precious good, and the Paraulser® gives it back with every
single pulse. Take back your power and - take back your time! Due to its superior performance
and frequency function, the Parapulser® has so versatile applications that it appeals to a much
larger audience: from elite athletes to wellness centers, consciousness researchers. The
innovative cost model adapts to individual performance needs. Nobody has to buy a pig in a
When should one consider an upgrade?
Whoever is content with the eightfold performance over the previous magnetic pulser market
leader for a slightly higher price, may come along for some time with the 2 Hz basic version.
Owners of a Parapulser® can try the advantages of a maximum pulse rate risk-free, because
every new device comes with a free quota of 200,000 pulses (about 33 power applications of ea.
6000 pulses @ 20 Hz) and can buy more powerpulses at low costs, if needed. However, the
Parapulser® with its massive power is a true time saver, that’s why with regular use an upgrade
to the Semipro or PRO version is a good investment.
Is there a limit on the pulse rate, above which it could be potentially harmful?
A negative effect is very unlikely in this dimensions. When the short term application has
overwhealming benefits, a long term use should not yield anything negative. Counter-question: is
a ride on a magnetic levitation train more harmful than on a little train? The pulser’s induced
currents are anyway very weak, compared with direct blood electrification (micro amperage).
Also, the beneficial effect of biological frequencies (Schumann 7.84 and Hood 10 Hz) should be
Why does one need magnetic treatment, apart from blood electrification?
Due to the new possibility of inductive frequency treatment, this question became unnecessary in
principle. The original advantage of pulsing lays in the local, concentrated effect of depth at which
you can capture any part of the body immediately. Especially for (fur-covered) animals, blood
electrification (with the miniZAP®) is often not an option.
Is an 80fold pulse frequency increase a leap into a qualitatively new dimension?
That’s what we believe! When the results with previous sub-Hertz pulsers partly failed to show
up, then maybe, because their induction power is simply too low. A pulse every 4 seconds (0.2
Hz) may just be too slow to provoke an adequate cell response, let alone to perform a full body
treatment in a reasonable way. An aircraft must also give full throttle to take off. Once it has risen,
it can reduce the thrust. The situation is similar with induction treatment. Moreover, for the first
time, certain harmonic-strengthening frequencies (such as the Schumann frequency of 7.84 Hz or
the 10 Hz frequency) can be used to deeply penetrate the whole body and its energy centers.
This opens a completely new research field.
Does a faster pulse rate makes sense according to Dr. Beck?
Of course! A strongest possible induction (locally induced current flow in the body) was Dr. Beck’s
aim. This was directed to a photoflash discharge coil to reach a maximum speed change of
magnetic field in the coil, and a correspondingly high induction current . Of course its resources
and knowledge in 1995 were still very limited. In the last 20 years, electronic devices have
developed into new dimensions and allow the complex connectivity with a previously considered
technically impossible for power as the 20 Hz of the Parapulsers .
How did it come to the fantasy figures of some manufacturers of 20,000, resp. 40,000
gauss field strength (2, resp. 4 Tesla)?
This misleading information is based on purely theoretical calculations of the field strength in the
coil core , which is already reduced already at the coil surface to 6,000 gauss ( 0.6 T). Dr. Beck
himself had not even a Tesla meter . The Canadian partner of Dr. Beck , SOTA Instruments ,
wrote in a forum post: "Back in 1995 when i met Bob Beck , he had just designed the first
Camera Photo Flash Magnetic Pulser using a Vivitar flash accessory . Bob's like pulser which
never actually tested for the Gaussian output . Bob did not have a Tesla Meter - . Which is used
to measure the output of Gauss magnetic pulsers."
Ist eine schnellere Pulsrate im Sinne von Dr. Beck?
Selbstverständlich. Es ging Dr. Beck um möglichst starke Induktion (lokal induzierter Stromfluss
im Körper). Dafür hat er eine Fotoblitzentladung auf eine Spule gelenkt, um maximal schnelle
Magnetfeldänderung in der Spule und einen entsprechend hohen Induktionsstrom zu erreichen.
Natürlich waren seine Mittel und Kenntnisse 1995 noch sehr begrenzt. In den letzten 20 Jahren
haben sich elektronische Bauteile in neue Dimensionen entwickelt und ermöglichen im
komplexen Zusammenspiel mit Software eine bisher für technisch unmögliche gehaltene
Leistung wie die 20 Hz des Parapulsers.
Wie kommt es zu den Phantasiezahlen einiger Anbieter von 20.000, bzw. 40.000 Gauss
Feldstärke (2, bzw. 4 Tesla)?
Diese irreführenden Angaben beruhen auf rein theoretischen Berechnungen der Feldstärke im
Spulenkern, die schon bereits an der Spulenoberfläche auf 6.000 Gauss (0,6 T) reduziert ist. Dr.
Beck selbst hatte noch nicht mal ein Teslameter. Der kanadische Partner von Dr. Beck, SOTA
Instruments, schrieb in einem Forumsbeitrag: “Back in 1995 when I met Bob Beck, he had just
designed the first Camera Photoflash Magnetic Pulser using a Vivitar flash accessory. Bob's mag
pulser was never actually tested for the Gauss output. Bob did not have a Teslameter - which is
used to measure the Gauss output of magnetic pulsers.”
Some competitors also advertise with a high pulse rate or voltage. Where's the difference?
It depends not only on the frequency, but on the overall performance, which depends to both
pulse rate and pulse strength (see comparison). It is useless to increase the frequency at the
expense of pulse strength and vice versa. Increasing the frequency at constant intensity turned
out to be a fascinating technological challenge. Among other things, the enormous heat
development had to be avoided. The coil head of the Parapulser® stays lukewarm even after
Advertising high primary values (such as a high voltage capacitor, etc.) is downright misleading,
as long as the resulting values are not disclosed. We will publish an accurate comparative
measurement of the total induction of various magnetic pulsers, by which even a layman can
easily separate the wheat from the chaff.
What's up with north and south polarity?
The magnetic polarity acts in addition to induction. See application.
What “magic” is driving the Parapulser®?
Even though its performance contrasts strongly against the sub-Hertz pulsers, the explanation is
not very difficult. The Parapulser® has a very advanced charging technology, where the
cooperation between hard and software is perfectly tuned. Self-speaking, the power supply is
also much stronger. In the past 5 years, much has been done regarding availability of heavy duty
electronic parts. Maggnetic pulsers have ever since lived an lonely life in the “scene”, which is
overlooked by bigger investors and developers, although the feedbacks are quite often nothing
short from phenomenal. In this respect, since the first flash experiments of physicist Dr. Robert
Beck († 2002), enormous development potential had been left unexploited and finally recovered
through the Parapulser®.
Are there further performance gains in prospect?
From the existing hardware, an estimated 10-20% additional power could be taken out. The next
step (increasing the pulse rate to 40 Hz) is possible, but not before 2014, and of course at a
higher price. At this moment, it would be the cheapest solution to use two pulsers simultaneously.