Founders of the Therapeutic Movement
Other procedures were added to the treatment with the patient's own oscillations
(endogenous BIT) in which external healing impulses were also provided.
The first procedure in this direction was treatment with micro-magnetic
field impulses according to biophysicist W. Ludwig. This "Indumed”
device equipment operated on two frequencies, which could be set without
graduation and transmitted to the patient by way of a magnetic transmitter.
This magnetic field distinguished itself from others because of its special
modulation with 64 tracers (geo-magnetic waves) which represented a realistic
copy of the earth's magnetic fields. It also included the wellknown Schumann
waves (7,83 Hz). The intensity of the field was not much stronger than
the earth's magnetic field (approx. 1/2 Gauss). This equipment was further
developed later on and received the new name of Medisend Super II.
F. Morell took it a step further with the "MORA-Colour" machine,
the first electronic colour therapy machine. It used 6 colours, which
were transformed in the lower frequency range and transported by electrodes.
The "Multicom" machine was further developed in 1987 as a consequence
of the principle by which therapeutic effects should be reached through
the transmission of information, including the experience accumulated
in the meantime through many years of joint experience, based on the ideas
of B. Koehler, as well as of W. Ludwig. The findings of the English physicist
C.W. Smith were incorporated, according to which the organism has the
capacity to absorb the frequencies needed in fractions of seconds, while
blocking unwanted frequencies for a certain time. For the first time 12
colours were used in connection with the corresponding tones. Moreover,
the frequencies of 33 precious stones as well as the information of 12
metals were stored, which could also be used for therapy.
It was within this framework that a new procedure for storage, developed
by W. Ludwig, was introduced for the first time. Ferrite nuclei were structured
with the specific oscillation frequencies of different therapy parts (through
forced place changing reactions) which also laid the base for further
The transmission took place via a micro-magnetic field according to W.
Ludwig, or via a modulated soft laser, which also was used for the first
A little further down the road to progress, B. Koehler then took it a
step further with the development of the "Audiocolor" machine.
Two polarized colours could thus be combined with each other without graduation,
and act directly at different levels of the organism without irritating
non participating zones.
This selective procedure is part of the "System Information Therapy
(SIT"). It is true that this concept was introduced for the first
time in 1993 by B. Koehler, but the method had already been applied earlier
(see "SIT - System Information Therapy", Dr. W. Ludwig, Spitta
Publications). The principle consists of the consequent application of
the polarization law, whereby, in so far possible, closed areas of the
system only are treated selectively. Healthy areas are not influenced
It was according to this new principle that B. Koehler developed the "Metabolism
Test and Therapy" VEGA-STT machine, which is based on the scientific
idea of the Three Component Theory by J. Schole. With this equipment,
it is possible to measure in a simple way, the actual condition of the
metabolism, to correct it immediately, and this in connection with one
precise organ, or on a general basis.
The technical fundamentals are once more based on information storage
(in this case, the regulating hormones in the metabolism) in ferrite chopsticks,
according to the procedure developed by W. Ludwig.
But progress was also made in the endogenous BIT field. Separation of
pathological frequencies from the healthy ones was carried out differently
by means of the "BICOM" machine in 1987, thanks to new developments.
The frequency range could be better delimited by means of a crosswise
band filter (after R. Marscholeck). The so-called HD-Filter after L. Meersmann
was, however, still preserved.
Later this was also applied in the same way to the "MORA-Super".
The trend towards computerization did not spare these machines either
the dramatic materialization of this was translated through the creation
of the new MORA machine.
The "Vegaselect" machine is the latest development which offered
some innovations again in 1991. Because of a bi-polar entrance and exit,
it does not contain an amplifier, which improves the frequency. Moreover,
the machine contains a biological storage, which results in a clean separation
of pathological and physiological frequencies. This procedure thus represents
the 3rd generation equipment development. The Vegaselect is an endogenous
and exogenous BIT combination thanks to two additional adjustable frequencies.
The transmission takes place non-thermally through a dynamic magnetic
Another new construction was the VEGA-MRT equipment for "Matrix Regeneration
Therapy" presented by B. Koehler in 1991 and which designed for the
intensive basic detoxification and regeneration of the matrix. It synergetically
combines petechial suction massage with weak direct current and BIT. Thanks
to the special connection of the BIT part, the SIT principle could already
be applied here. Successful healing of very ill patients resulting from
this method are correspondingly great.