introduction to RESONANCE THERAPY
By Dr. Franz Lutz, Director of IRT and Matthew Cross, President
of Leadership Alliance
Various European governments and landowners report that forests
that were once dying are now being miraculously rejuvenated. Farmers
report measurable increases in crop yields and livestock reproduction.
People visiting and living on treated land areas experience enhanced
well-being and a greater sense of community. What is going on
is a remarkable method for conscious restoration and rejuvenation
of ecosystems, people and the planet: Resonance Therapy. This
new science, which at first sounds like something from a science
fiction novel, defies "modern" scientific paradigms.
Yet the results from Europes Institute for Resonance Therapy
(IRT) near Dusseldorf, Germany are attracting increasing international
attention from many agriculturists, environmentalists, therapists,
scientists and governments.
IRT has now
been using its unique energetic principles to revitalize dying
ecosystems for ten years. Recognized by the Gorbachev Foundation
and the European Economic Community (EEC) Environmental and Agricultural
Department, IRT has been involved in revitalizing reserves in
Russia, restoring parkland in Austria, and treating depleted farmland
in England. Resonance Therapy has also demonstrated positive results
for treating people as well.
IRT was founded
in 1986 by German Naturopath Irene Lutz and Dr. Marion Hoensbroech
in response to accelerated ecosystem degradation in Europe. For
several decades Irene had been using Radionic techniques in her
treatment of patients. Radionics is a healing method first discovered
by Dr. Albert Abrams of Stanford University in the early 1900's
and further developed by American physician Dr. Ruth Drown. IRT
was created to apply these radionic principles to treating and
restoring plant life and ecosystems, a technique first explored
in the 1950's by engineer Curtis Upton.
by Dr. Franz Lutz, a medical doctor by training, IRT practices
its healing methods on forests and parks as commissioned by governments
and private landowners throughout Europe.
IRT's work begins with the simple premise that
forest is a complex and self-organizing whole.
This whole is far greater than the sum of its parts..."
meticulous IRT treatment protocol integrates Radionics (sending
energy and information at a distance), Dr. Wilhelm Reich's life-energy
work and tools, Dr. Paul Weiss' morphogenetic field theory, Dr.
Rupert Sheldrake's morphic field resonance theory, self-organizing
systems principles, and modern chaos theory. IRT believes that
process should not simply be effective,
it should also be subject to monitoring, reproduction
and explanation, enabling it to be passed on to others
plants in an ecosystem communicate through "resonance"
with the whole. The blueprint for the system is contained in an
"attractor" (from Chaos theory); in times of accelerated
change or stress, the system's attractor may no longer contain
sufficient information for the system to continue to adapt, survive
and evolve. This resonance (level and quality of communication)
can be intuitively sensed by a treatment technician, working remotely
with an aerial photograph or map (called a "resonator")
of the area to be treated. Low resonance levels (as intersubjectively
measured using the Bovis scale; see The Secret Life of Plants,
Tompkins & Bird, 1973) indicate compromised health of the
bioregion. IRT technicians then provide various solutions for
the ecosystem to heal itself through the introduction of "informators,"
which are fractals or symbols that contain information about the
fundamental structure of nature, and "transformators,"
which are fractals or symbols that contain quantum information
that raises the organizational level of the ecosystem.
After a customized treatment course, the system develops a new
compatible attractor and returns naturally to a state of health
& PRACTICE. Treatment is performed on an intuitively determined
"holon" (smallest complete bioregion not divided by
political or manmade boundaries.) Resonance Therapy does not make
use of intrusive management practices, and relies on instrumentation
only to amplify the energies being directed at the holon by the
treatment technician and method. A treatment of a particular area
can take various amounts of time to complete. Treatments are typically
administered five times a week, between two and four hours a day,
with the plan of treatment being evaluated and changed to adapt
to the progress of the holon every three to four weeks. The treatment
technician must first diagnose the problem in the area, then select
an appropriate informator/ transformator which relays the kind
of information required to help the system to begin self-healing.
The chosen informator/ transformator is then aligned intuitively
with the "critical rotation point" (the point at which
the system's resonator and informator/ transformator are in phase
and resonating.) The resonator, informator and transformator are
then placed in a specialized radionic instrument to amplify the
resonance effect and reduce healing time, with simultaneous life-energy
amplification via specific orgone devices as required.
IRT's work is being scientifically and physically validated through
before and after photography; comparing adjacent treated and untreated
areas; increased vitality (measured according to accepted EU agricultural
standards, e.g. leaf density, root growth, reproductive capacity,
increased biodiversity, etc.) and by intuitive sensing of soil
vitality. Independent research agencies determine and confirm
the success of Resonance Therapy treatment.
IRT would like to bring Resonance Therapy and its growing results
into mainstream modern science, emphasizing replicability of experiments
and measurability of results in terms that are meaningful to ecologists
and scientists around the world. Part of this process will involve
introducing the measurable effects of intuitive processes in treatment
and creating a common terminology. IRT believes this is a key
stepping stone for all further developments in the field of subtle
am convinced that the intriguing work of IRT and Dr. Lutz is of
paramount importance to us all. I think a big story is brewing
-Colin Andrews, President; C.P.R. International
The Resonance Effect: An Introduction to Resonance Therapy, by
Dr. Franz Lutz, Director of IRT and Matthew Cross. This 90 minute
audio dialogue with Resonance Cyclopedia is an excellent overview
of IRTs work and methods. Program cost is 20.00. To order,
contact Leadership Alliance at 1-800-669-1618 or email: Resonance@LeadershipAlliance.com
for Resonance Therapy (IRT) Cappenberg, Am Struckmansberg 32,
D-44534 Lünen, Germany. www.irt-cappenberg.de