My training at Art School hardly sounds in keeping with what one would expect for a person who has delved so vehemently into the sciences, yet strangely, that was where my awareness of energies radiating from the human bone structure originally was stimulated. My particular interests were modelling and figure drawing from real life. Our instructor was an inspiration to me. 'Study the underlying bone structure and model it in first," her words became well imprinted on my mind. It became second nature to absorb with my eyes and mold with clay the energy emanating from the bone structure of a model.

In 1975, I appeared on a radio station CJOR talk show. The radio commentator greeted me rather cooly prior to being on the air, "And what makes you think that without a science degree you could discover anything as important as this?" In answer I reached in my brief case and handed him an article. He took a few minutes to read it and his attitude switched to one of warmth and encouragement as we proceeded with the program. The article was by Sydney Harris, "Daily Colonist", Victoria, B.C., November 24, 1974, quote in part -

The proper attitude to take toward an "expert" in any field is one of reserved respect. "Respect," because he has applied himself diligently, and knows far more than a layman can comprehend about his subject. "Reserved," because it is rarely the expert with formal training who makes the most notable advances in his field. A startling number of inventions and discoveries have been made by men trained in one field who delved into another with the innocence of a child and the fervor of an amateur. They were thus able to see what the expert could not - for, in a sense, knowing too much about a subject arbitrarily delimits one's sense of what is "possible" or "feasible". ... To make basic discoveries, one must remain childlike in some respects, asking foolish questions,and refusing to accept pat answers that really answer nothing. Experts are good to check and test one 's ideas against; they usually know what cannot be done, but are not as perceptive in knowing what can be done outside conventional formulations. ... By rigorously departmentalizing science and technology, as we do, our society tends to generate more and more experts, and fewer and fewer inspired amateurs who feel free to dabble in related fields. Experts have contempt for far-ranging minds which refuse to confine themselves; and our educational system rewards only those who continue to learn more and more about less and less. This is not the way to discover anything, except how quickly the imagination congeals and the spirit shrinks in such an atmosphere.

We certainly respect the opinions of professional scientists, but we would only retard the development and utilization of our findings by confining ourselves solely to satisfy the limitations of their instruments.

In order to obtain consistent and reliable results, we are required to humbly observe the wave behaviour within the bounds of our own auras and bone structures. Further, we have to know how to relate energy changes in our environment to changes in our circuits and interpret their meaning.

Following are excerpts from a tape of a lecture given by a recent graduate of physics who received his doctorate of physics at Cornell University. The informal talk was given at the Nixon residence on Thetis Island. Among those attending were students from Vancouver Island and several members of the Vivaxis Research Society executive - Date, July 1977.

"I received the five parts of the Vivaxis Manual and was very impressed and became very interested. I felt it was a fantastic new discovery. I am more like a scientist and my interest in it was that of a scientist. I felt it was a major new discovery, the major one of the second half of this century - the first one I consider Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

When we talk about a scientific phenomenon we have certain conditions for it. It must provide consistent observations, re-peatable time after time. There are, of course, times when we see something only once, we see it erratically; but a scientific observation must be consistent. The other conditions for this scientific experiment are that anybody is able to do it given the proper set of conditions. In our case, the conditions are being free from the mutilating effects of X-rays and other radiations. So, in Vivaxisi I think conditions are met and in my estimation it is a very profound scientific discovery.

Now, I understand its therapeutic value is very, very attractive and most people are attracted to Vivaxis, I do believe, due to its amazing effects on the human body. It restores the body more like to what nature meant it to be in the first place.

I am more related to the evolution of man on earth, I stress this word "earth" because our earth has a set of magnetic properties and it would be stupid to think that we, living species on earth, are not linked to it through this property. It is a magnetic property. So that is how I became fascinated with this new discovery of Vivaxis; how it very nicely links man to the earth.

I believe we need a theory to explain all the observations that I have been accumulating so far by Frances Nixon and it should be the job of the scientists so that they can present it in a coherent way to the scientific community and later on hoping it becomes a text material. Now, every time we are at the threshold of a new discovery,we may or may not be able to present it in terms of existing knowledge. We may have to postulate new things. They many appear new and far out at that time but later on they become every day vocabulary.

I quote this young physicist, who was well qualified to judge after I had spent five full days, plus several evenings, devoted exclusively to briefing him on the basics of element orientation. He was taught how to record and evaluate for himself and I might add he was an exceptionally apt and responsive student. On first arriving, he was unable to record either with his hands or with a recording wire; these discrepancies were due to a chest X-ray. The bones of his upper torso, arms and hands, recorded the telltale radiation damage to the atomic structure of many of his elements through the lack of normal stimuli response. Carbon atoms, being the most prevalent atoms in the human system, play a vital role in the ability to record. He first reoriented his carbon atoms in his bone structure so they once again responded to the stimuli of true North and absorbed energy from the wave frequency of that specific force flow. He did this in two ways; (1) Exposed each area in turn to true North, while he held a bag of carbon on the X-rayed area for a period of six seconds. (2) Exercised and stressed the bone areas while facing into true North and South and also magnetic North and South. Through the foregoing procedures he reoriented the carbon, calcium, sodium, and iron atoms sufficiently well for the eager researcher to record, locate, and use his own Vivaxis channel. This last achievement enabled him to make further corrections.