In this interview, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby explores the fascinating field of virtual medicine and how it uses the electromagnetic principles of resonance and inversion to diagnose and cancel out disruptive or deranged information fields. Keith became interested in virtual medicine when a friend of his, Jacques Benveniste, told him that he had sent an electromagnetic signal of curare over the Internet that killed five white mice on the other end.
Since everything is created and formed by information fields, these fields can affect one another. For example, the information field and radiation put out by bacteria can interfere with our own energy signals resulting in disease. Specialized equipment has been used diagnostically for decades to “listen” for transmissions from pathogens and cancel them out using electromagnetic inversion. Cancer fields can be discovered years before cancer is detected using conventional diagnostics. A popular application of virtual medicine is elimination of food allergies.
We still don’t know what energy is. That’s another big hole in science. We have no concept whatsoever of what energy might be. Nobody’s ever seen it, touched it, or held it….We’re just inferring it’s there because we can see the changes when it’s been around. — Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby
Keith discusses the scientific basis of virtual medicine, how it is used to reverse disease, and how mainstream medicine is beginning to adopt some of these principles. He also shares a fascinating hypothesis on cellular communication that contradicts the standard lock-and-key mechanism.
Virtual medicine is an emerging paradigm that holds great promise for the healing arts and one that should be approached with an open mind and great curiosity.
Total time: 48 minutes.
Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby MD, MB ChB, PhD, was qualified in medicine MB ChB (same as MD) in Manchester, UK in 1970. He made medico-legal history in 1986, when a UK Crown Court accepted his evidence that food allergy was capable of making a youth murderously violent. By 1990 the press were calling him “Britain’s Number One Allergy Detective.” He writes and lecture internationally on the themes of energetic medicine and the new anti-ageing science. He has written several books including Virtual Medicine, which brings science and validation to this emerging field and the vast technology it has spawned.
Books by Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby
Links in Interview
Lyle Watson’s book Life Tide
Lyle Watson’s book The Nature of Things: The Secret Life of Inanimate Objects
Cleve Baxter’s book Primary Perception: Biocommunication with Plants, Living Foods, and Human Cells