The Little Known Unique Properties of Scalar Energy

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Despite being somewhat “out there,” the creation of scalar energy is quite simple to understand. Dr. Valerie Hunt. PhD, Professor Emeritus at UCLA, one of the leading researchers at the in the human bio-energy field, says it’s created when two opposing forces of common electromagnetic waves collide. As soon as the two opposing forces collide, they immediately cancel one another out, creating a stationary or static form of energy we know as scalar energy.

Two of the most important properties of scalar energy is that one, it is not Hertzian, meaning it cannot be measured as regular electromagnetic waves can, and two, it is non-linear like regular electromagnetic waves. This energy is in a class of its own with many distinguishing properties.

One of the more fascinating properties of scalar energy is that unlike most forces that occur in the world such as waves, rolling objects, or any directional force, scalar energy does not decay or diminish over time. Also, the motion of scalar energy differs from that of regular electromagnetic waves. Regular waves tend to be sent out in beams, or running through cables. Scalar energy radiates outwards from the point of collision with another wave, which resembles circles.

Another extremely rare and unique quality of scalar energy is that the space the energy equals is not a vacuum, meaning, the energy is unbounded to anything and can freely move through any solid object.

The space that scalar energy fills tends to be networks of harmoniously balanced energies. Yet another rare quality of scalar energy is that it is freely created throughout the universe, or can be manually created via the collision of electromagnetic waves.

As previously mentioned, a distinguishable property of scalar energy is that, unlike regular electromagnetic waves, scalar energy cannot be measured in Hertz. The only way to be able to view the effect that scalar energy has or to measure its concentration, is through techniques such as Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV), or Kirlian photography.

Within the next few years, more and more information on the unique properties will be available, discovering even more useful ways for us to harness and benefit from the powers of scalar energy.