Purple Plates are specially-designed devices that are derived from Nikola Tesla's groundbreaking research in the use of high-energy emissions, the product of informed observations by individuals enjoying direct and privileged access to the visionary Serbian's laboratory work. Available in different shapes and sizes but always retaining the color that gives them their name, purple plates are made with materials characterized by specifically ordered 'lattices' - structural and/or energetic frameworks - such as aluminum, sand and certain types of plastics, the lattices energetically refined into an even more homogeneous state, exhibiting consistent molecular characteristics and patterns of effect transferable to adjacent - most commonly, organic - materials.
There is reason to believe that the molecules in such treated solids achieve a state of 'unipolarity', defined by Webster's as 'having but one process (or unified purpose); e.g., a unipolar neuron' and
further suggested to be a measure of ancillary increased electrical (or generally energetic?) potential, that such acquired effects are transferable to most surrounding media in varied states - gaseous, liquid or solid, organic, inorganic or a combination of both. This aspect of electrical potential strongly resembles the measurable piezoelectric effect observed with certain kinds of crystals when extremely high pressure is applied to their irregular facet surfaces and may be at the root of similar beneficial properties, as sand - silicon - and aluminum both have crystalline origins; the latter, in fact, possessing an optimal cubic structure. Hence, any manufactured structural pressure may be more easily applied equally when aluminum molecules are ordered more closely together.
In the public domain since the 1970s, these devices have been used by tens of thousands of users worldwide. Reported observations include: neutralization of acidifying properties of water, changing the pH of it and other liquids, such as wines; conferring to gases new properties such as ionization, and temporarily altering the freezing point of liquids in proximity to the treated lattices.
Sometimes also referred to as 'energy plates', purple plates were first commercially introduced by Ralph Bergstresser, an aide to Nikola Tesla and appointed by President Roosevelt along with Bloyce Fitzgerald, during the last months of Tesla's life in the 1940s. After his retirement in the 1970s, Bergstresser drew upon lab experiences with Tesla to generate a wide range of innovative consumer products using this high-energy technology: refreshers for refrigerators, plant-life boosters, water softeners, water-coolers for air-conditioning, fossil fuel economizers, life energy helpers and even chlorine-free swimming-pool maintenance. Consumer feedback also spoke of widespread accelerated wound and sore healing, headache and pain relief in the presence of the molecularly restructured materials. These instruments have been particularly well received by environmentally sensitive materials. Pet lovers in particular had their say on "miracles", often
enthusiastically praising a renewed - and readily visible - vitality.
What is "life force?"
The "life force," often called "energy" in Western culture, is an entity that permeates and bonds all. It is sometimes referred to as the "vital force." In China, it is called Qi; in India it is called prana. It is believed the "life force" extends throughout the universe and that the individual is part of an indivisible whole. Most Eastern philosophies share this common theme of universal spirit and wholeness. Individuals who practice such alternative medical approaches as meditation, yoga or tai chi do so not only because it decreases stress and anxiety and promotes general well-being, but also because it helps them connect with the "life energy" within and around them. The belief is that because the "life force" permeates everything, an individual is unavoidably affected by external events and energies. Thus, treatment of the individual should consider the mind/body/spirit interaction as well as an overall connection to the universe.
What is Energy Healing?
Energy healing is based on the belief that our "life force" creates energy fields that are unbalanced during emotional or physical disease. Because our energy fields are part of an interconnected whole, the use of focused intention by one individual can aid in the health and well being of another. Many individuals use their own individual means of directing their intention to heal. Others practice according to schools such as Reiki. In the West, a common form of energy healing is Therapeutic Touch, which has been taught to thousands of nurses across the United States.
Healers operate in many different ways. For example, they visualize, send intentions for diseased cells to die, send intentions for cells to revert to their optimum state of health, or simply send loving energy. A common theme is the intention for the well-being of the client. Another is focusing on being a conduit for a loving, universal life force.
An interesting feature of energy healing is that it may be performed over distances of thousands of miles. The "life force" claimed to be transmitted by energy healers does not have the properties of any known form of energy. A comparable practice to energy healing that is used frequently in the West is prayer. A 1996 survey showed that 82 percent of Americans believed in the healing power of prayer. A survey of patients in American Cancer Society support groups for breast cancer found that 88 percent experienced beneficial effects of spiritual and religious practice.
Blending of Paradigms
The idea that an energy can be transmitted from one person to affect the health of another, especially from a distance, does have some scientific merit. This idea is quite compatible with theories of quantum physics, in which there are no time/space barriers. In quantum physics, subatomic particles communicate instantaneously, and theoretically, particles can affect each other at far ends of the galaxies.
It has been about 80 years since Einstein introduced his theory of relativity and quantum mechanics was born. This represented a complete paradigm shift that still has not been incorporated into medicine. However, as the science provides more and more indications that there may be realities and energies that are beyond our current comprehension, the interest in performing scientific research to detect the effects of such energies is increasing.
Research into Energy Healing
In an effort to incorporate Western sciences' need for physical proof, studies have been performed on the impact of energy healing on living, isolated cells as opposed to human subjects. Many of the studies on isolated cells are inadequately controlled, are published as incomplete reports, or are published in non-reviewed journals. Thus, while existing evidence provides enough positive indications to warrant further investigation, there is a great need for more rigorous studies from experienced investigators.
Of 23 clinical trials involving energy healing that did meet a rigorous criteria requiring adequate design, control and review procedures, 57 percent have shown a beneficial effect. This caused authors reviewing the studies to conclude that the "evidence thus far merits further study."
Indeed there is growing interest and evidence for alternative health exploration based on a "life force," wholeness, and interconnections. The National Institutes of Health has established a Center that is devoted to research in the area of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. The budget is growing rapidly and research into areas such as energy healing and prayer is being encouraged. Several large clinical trials, especially on the effects of prayer, are now underway in major academic institutions across the country. Through science, researchers eventually hope to better understand how energy healing practices may be incorporated into Western medical practices.
# 1 was taken without holding a purple plate. AURA Photo #2 was taken
while holding a purple plate. The green appearing in corner is where
the plate is located, and indicates the following:
The left side, picture
right, of the aura photo: Indicates one's feminine, receptive or
feeling side, the part of the personality that receives, feels,
accepts, and imagines. The color in this position is also indicative of
what one is creating for him/herself in the near future.
Green: Green is the
color of growth energy and of social workers, counselors,
psychologists, and other persons focusing on creating positive change
in the world.
The photo shows the
energy being received from the plate.