"Do you mind telling what scholastic degrees and diplomas you have, to have gained this knowledge?" If thus challenged, our answer is, "Absolutely none, for this is not knowledge that has been taught in any University. This is not knowledge that earns a college diploma. This is knowledge we've gained because it is part of life, part of nature, and a vital part of us. Having found it, we have used it, and in doing so, proved its validity."

Frances relates, I have only to face directly into my wave channel towards my Vivaxis, and I become immediately aware of it, for I feel the strong pull forward in my hands - the same energies as I'm sure the birds feel. When I face correctly in the opposite direction, I'm aware also, for I feel the energies pull my hands back towards me. When faced with my head sideways and shoulders both in line with the channel to my Vivaxis, I'm also aware, for my hands feel energy waves pulling in towards me from both sides. I need no wires, no electronic equipment, I need only to be in one coordinated state, free from X-rays.

My co-writer also accurately determines her alignment without the aid of wires or pendulum. Her Vivaxis, in contrast to mine, is currently situated above her. The method of detecting is done with her hands used also as antennae but held up, both shoulders squared, and in a direct line to her Vivaxis, while the head is faced sideways in her channel (See photo facing page 106). Her fingers feel a tingle when both shoulders are in direct alignment to her Vivaxis. To challenge the accuracy, leaves or needles can be polarized with her circuit energies, or a wave transmitter in an adjoining room testing her carbon circuit, can confirm it.

To challenge one on the score of a doctor's degree is a little like challenging the birds and the salmon on the validity of their ability.

Speaking of birds migrating, there was an appropriate satire entitled "Bird Brain" by Gerald Kloss in the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL. Excerpts from this article:

Did you know the birds have been studying human migratory habits? . . . We're all familiar with the colorful migratory habits of humans in the fail - the hoarse, ill-tempered honking of the male, the screeching and fluttering of the female, the shrill cries of the fledglings as they are hustled inside. The male's irritation reaches a crescendo in the window-washing ritual, with grumbling and muttering swelling into full-throated oaths.

Why don't humans migrate in the Fall, as we birds do? One can only conclude that Homo Sapiens lacks the intellectual capacity to leave the primeval nesting grounds.

There have been many books and articles written, speculating on the homing abilities of animals, birds, and salmon. Some suggest complicated navigational feats using the sun, moon, and stars. A recent article suggests salmon navigate back through a sense of smell. This is deducted by plugging the salmon's nose with wads of absorbent cotton. Observations then made are that they are unable to locate their correct spawning ground.

This same test can be applied to a human being if his nose is sufficiently stuffed with wads of absorbent cotton. The pressure upsets his equilibrium sufficiently to make it impossible for him to locate his wave channel, even with the normal aids of angle wires or pendulum.

Apparently a great many people become permanently polarized slightly prior to birth and this makes it possible for them to locate and pinpoint their Vivaxis. Here is an interesting challenge, especially for the homo-sapiens who might be smarting somewhat from the scathing conclusions drawn by the Bird Brains.

Wendy MacAstocker had the distinction of being the first to stand directly over her Vivaxis. Bess, myself, and Wendy's mother all shared in the excitement of the moment. These are some of Wendy's comments.

"My Vivaxis is located five or six miles from the hospital in which I was born. The wires were very definite in their direction and pointed always toward a small storage shed. I found my Vivaxis in a corner of the shed, and as I stood over it, the angle wires in my right and left hands pulled strongly together and crossed. They crossed in the same manner they do when I face directly towards, and in the channel to, my Vivaxis. The difference was that they now remained crossed as long as I stood centred over my Vivaxis, regardless of the direction I faced. If I moved a step off the centre point, the angle wires uncrossed. I repeated this on numerous occasions and my findings were always the same."

Wendy tried also the method of matching energies in the right and left hands with one angle wire held in the left hand pulling and attracting toward the fingers in the right (see figure 12 on page 126). This was a good illustration of related energies attracting at the centre point of her Vivaxis, for regardless of which direction she turned, the angle wire in her left hand remained attracted toward the energies in her right fingers. If, however, Wendy moved a pace off her Vivaxis, the wire pulled away from her right fingers.

To further confirm that this point was indeed Wendy's Vivaxis, I tried linking myself into her circuit by standing directly over the centre of it. In my right hand I held an angle wire. My mind was deliberately kept from concentrating by simple counting. This was done to avoid linking by thought wave. The energy waves introduced into the angle wire directly over her Vivaxis immediately made a direct wave link to Wendy, following her faithfully as she walked about. If Wendy turned around three times, so did my angle wire. If she reversed direction and turned twice, so did my angle wire. If, however, I shifted a few inches off the centre of her Vivaxis, I immediately lost the wave connection. I had only to step back over it and the circuit connection was reinstated directly to Wendy. This type of linking circuits has a research value, but exposure to it should be brief, for experience has proved the detrimental effects encountered on the individual atomic spin pattern of the participant.

Our electromagnetic waves are a spontaneous and sensitive part of us and all creatures. Because of their very spontaneous nature, they are understood and used by the very lowliest of creatures. These creatures have the advantage of being unhampered by provoked thoughts initiated in the brain. They live completely and simply in tune with nature, and as a result, are better able to follow the direction of their electromagnetic energy wave flow. These are, also, the essential, lowly credentials possibly required for the type of brain that has succeeded in detecting these findings, rather than the brilliant type of brain capable of having a Ph.D.

To continue with the topic of lowly creatures. There is an interesting article in the READER'S DIGEST, September 1968, The Extraordinary Eel, by Jean George, condensed from OUTDOOR WORLD. This states that it is the opinion of scientists that the freshwater eels of Europe and the Americas all lay their eggs in the Sargasso Sea. These eggs are laid during January to March, at a depth of 1,200 to 1,500 feet, under a thick layer of seaweed.

The yellow eel goes through many biological changes and spend years swimming in fresh water lakes and streams. At a specific stage of maturity, the eel starts downstream, headed for its tropical sea waters.

As it travels, more changes occur. Its blunt, rounded nose becomes pointed, and its body changes color to a glowing silver.

It is believed that the fish never eats again, for no silver eel has ever been caught with food in its stomach. Thus, with no nourishment at all, this extraordinary, deep-swimming creature goes swiftly and directly through thousands of miles of water back to the Sargasso Sea.

It is interesting to note how the growth pattern of the eel's nose changed to pointed while swimming for thousands of miles with it in a polarized pattern toward its Vivaxis. This we feel understandable.*

We take special note, also, that its body changes colour to "glowing silver". Again, this is reasonable, as a predominant characteristic of polarizing is the acceleration of electromagnetic energies throughout the system. It has often been observed that polarizing can give an extra glowing sparkle to the eyes of the participants.

Our circuit throughout the years should become stronger and stronger, for it is constantly with us and gathers momentum with each movement of muscles and limbs. In a new born, it is weak, and the anti-bodies are correspondingly weak. Scientists have found that at a fetus stage a baby will accept a skin graft taken from another of its kind, but shortly after birth, his skin will reject a graft taken from another.

The hereditary pattern is set at the time of conception, but his electromagnetic pattern is as flexible as the acid amniotic fluid he is encased in, and apparently only becomes permanently set around the time of birth.

*Figure 2.