Harmonisation put to the test
Putting our technology to the test brings certain challenges with it. A harmonisation takes place in the informational field and not in observable space. It is a qualitative change of reality. Therefore, it is impossible to measure with scientific methods, whether a harmonisation has taken place or not. All instruments for high and low-frequency radiation fields show the same values before and after a successful harmonisation. Each traditional method can only refer to states in the observable space.
The only way to put to the test the effect of a harmonisation and prove its effectiveness, is to capture its impact on the informed energy field, so to measure the resulting environment, quantitatively.
The following test methods were used: