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Tri-field Meter diagnoses home EMF leaks and Rife Machine Efficiency

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The Tri-field meter:

The Tri-field meter can be used both for finding appliances, phones and computer equipment that send out an EMS signal that you don't want to be exposed to, as well as leaks of electricity in your home from the home wiring.

To see videos on how to do this go to: http://www.drkelleyenzymes.com/trivids

If you happen to have a Rife machine or a zapper you can use the Tri-field meter to determine how successfully the frequencies that you're exposing yourself to are flowing through your body.

Here's how I've done it in the past: If you're holding on to the probes (one in the left hand and one in the right hand) the frequency should be flowing through your arms one arm to the other.

Testing the flow of frequencies with the Tri-field meter: Have another person hold the Tri-field meter against your skin near your elbow(s) and you will be able to see when the current is running.

If the person also holds the Tri-field meter next to your lower extremities you will probably not see a signal. This is why you typically want to zap or rife using your feet as well as your hands.

If you have an expensive Rife machine that has a plasma field (that you sit in front of and do not touch) you can use the Tri-field meter to determine how far the frequency(s) flow throughout your body.

You can also use the Tri-field meter to see if the signal is flowing through your body. This will take a second person standing behind you, on the opposite side from the Rife machine, holding the Tri-field meter against your skin to see if the signal is actually going through you.

If you find with any of these tests that you're not getting a good signal, your electrolyte level may need to be supplemented. We recommend you use the potassium compound salts to increase your electrolyte level.

One Possible Problem

If you have any metal in your body, Titanium implant, screw or rod, or amalgam or root canal. Any or all of these can be acting as an antenna and respond to any powerful frequency treatment. Some amount of vibration could cause some release of metal or heat. If the device can not be adjusted or positioned to eliminate this you will want to consider this as a warning. – Dale

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