The device we use to facilitate this interrogatory biofeedback with the body is called IQS3, which means Interrogatory Query System, Edition 3.
In 1952, German doctors had found that they could find the physical location of acupressure points by mapping the electrical conductivity of the skin with a specially designed meter. They had also discovered that they could influence these measurements using electro-acupuncture treatments.
They called this Electro Acupuncture according to Dr. Reinhold Voll, or EAV.
Dr. Voll was a German Medical Doctor and dentist who believed that the body is comprised of energetic roadways, or conduits that flow through the entire system in specific pathways called meridians. Dr. Voll’s work confirmed and validated acupuncture meridians. He also discovered that specific points on the path of these meridians carried a greater energetic charge.
From 1952-1979, Dr. Voll worked on mapping these acupuncture points and their connection with specific body parts, systems and functions. It was also discovered that the value of the electrical measurement at the acupuncture point was strengthened if the person being tested was holding a remedy that was beneficial to them, but not if the remedy was not beneficial.
Test subjects were able to discern whether a remedy was beneficial even through a sealed, unlabeled container. This led to similar results with Applied Kinesiology and remedies.
In the mid-1970s, Dr. H. Roy Curtin, a physicist directing a variety of research projects at the Eyring Research Institute in Utah was asked to evaluate this testing method. In additional to his extensive theoretical and experimental research in electromagnetism, Dr. Curtin was involved at this time with a variety of US Government research projects designed to explore the range of human capabilities.
Based on the findings of these studies, he proposed the hypothesis that even though the observed response could not be explained with the basis of chemistry or electromagnetism, it demonstrated that humans have the ability to discern the benefits of a remedy presented in a sealed bottle. This eliminated the explanation that the response is merely the placebo effect.
He concluded that this ability could be used to develop a safe, highly effective and individualized procedure for screening for helpful remedies to correct imbalances. It turned out that this was not the limit of our capabilities. Just as we are able to read the words on a restaurant menu and make a decision about what we want to eat, we are able to interpret computer generated binary code and make intelligent decisions regarding what this code represents.
The first computer system built to test Dr. Curtin’s theory was the Accupath 1000TM, built by Gary Peterson. This was followed by Dr. Curtin’s Interrol computer system.
A growing number of cloned systems have been brought to market by former associates on the Interrol project. These systems use binary code to test the subject’s response to a wide variety of stressors, remedies and statements using their electrical conductivity as a reference point.
Since that time, Dr. Curtin has greatly expanded the original EAV meridian balancing concept into what he now calls Interrogatory Biofeedback.
The IQS3 is the most advanced version of this technology. This system allows safe, rapid, comprehensive evaluations to be performed through a variety of EDD (Electro Derma Dialog) sessions.
During the session, computer coded queries are passed to the client and the practitioner observes the answers, given through changes in skin conductivity. This system allows for superior safety, interactivity, versatility and accuracy in gathering information from one’s subtle energy field.
For those who are skilled in it’s use, there is no system to better assist in the resolution of complex, individual health issues.