Understanding Scalar

What are Scalar Waves?

Back in the mid-1800s, James Clerk Maxwell first discovered scalar waves. Maxwell made great contributions in the field of mathematical physics. He formulated the theories of electromagnetic radiation and electromagnetic fields.

Then Nikola Tesla advanced Maxwell’s findings and invented machines that proved the existence of scalar waves. Because of his great work in scalar waves, Nikola Tesla is generally considered as the father of scalar electromagnetics, so scalar waves are also called Tesla waves.

Later on, the existence of scalar waves was acknowledged by Albert Einstein and led to the development of quantum physics.

What are scalar waves?

Scalar waves are called longitudinal waves, and they are created by a pair of identical waves that are 180 degrees out of phase with one another. They offer a special feature that is not described by Tesla in his patent, which focuses on the transport of energy. They can carry out lossless transmission of energy over and do not decay over time or distance. Also, scalar waves are able to convey information. This information can be from a healing substance.

Additionally, scalar waves can also pass through solid metal objects with no loss of power, transport energy without the need of wires and travel faster than the speed of light. However, electromagnetic waves are transverse waves whose power decreases over distances and if passing through solid metal objects. Scalar waves do not propagate along an axis or have a direction, while electromagnetic waves travel along an axis in a known direction, moving up and down perpendicularly to the direction of propagation.

The Potential Benefits of Scalar Waves

What is amazing is that the shape of scalar waves is quite similar to the helical structure of DNA. Scalar waves and our DNA both spin in a clockwise motion so they are in harmony, and that’s a key for our DNA absorbing scalar waves to heal themselves.

It has been confirmed that scalar waves can stimulate a twenty-fold cell growth in human immune system cells. What’s more, scalar waves can increase the energy covalent level of every single hydrogen atom in the body, and that’s important due to hydrogen bonds holding DNA together.

Scalar waves can also neutralize chaotic signals from man-made electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s), which bombarding us from cell phones, computers, microwaves, and other electrical conveniences. When we are in negative mood, our cells will be affected adversely. Scalar waves can allow our cells to heal for themselves.

The possibilities and uses of scalar waves are endless, and the research and study of scalar waves will make us be able to wisely use them for our benefit.

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One thought on “What are Scalar Waves?

  1. Reuben says:

    Very interesting and informational. Thank you.

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