“The Universe in which we find ourselves and from which we can not be separated is a place of Law and Order. It is not an accident, nor chaos. It is organized and maintained by an Electro-dynamic Field capable of determining the position and movement of all charged particles.” – H. S. Burr
How is it that our bodies know to be shaped as they are? Why do the wings of birds differ from the branches of trees? What is directing all of the forms in nature to take on their unique, identifiable shape? One researcher, Dr. Harold Saxton Burr, made it his life’s mission to discover what force was not only directing this phenomenon, but also holding everything in its rightful shape.
Burr’s work describes an invisible, intangible field of energy that he refers to as the Fields of Life, or L-fields, for short. Essentially, this is a field of subtle energy that he equates to a jelly-mold, that shapes us into a particular form. Just as a jelly-mold can be damaged, so can our energetic field, causing us to lose our original shape, and fall victim to illnesses and imbalances.
The L-fields are measurable through special devices called voltmeters and electrodes, which are able to detect the presence and fluctuating energetic patterns of living things. Everything from humans and animals, to plants and seeds, emit a detectable L-field. Since most living things either decay or need to keep moving, studying trees has offered the best opportunity for observing long term bio-field measurements.
Reported in his book, Blueprint for Immortality: The Electric Patterns of Life, Burr describes an experiment in which an elm tree and a maple tree were connected to recording voltmeters for many years. The results of this experiment provided insight into several aspects of the behavior of L-fields.
For one, the records showed that the L-field measured differently during times of light and darkness. They also demonstrated that the L-fields of the trees varied according to the cycles of the moon, and during solar storms. The implications of this experiment go towards the mounting pile of evidence that life on Earth is directly impacted by extraterrestrial, cosmic forces.
Looking even deeper into bio-electric fields, Burr conducted a study on mice that yielded surprising results and may point to a new way to detect cancer before it appears. In his study, he took over 10,000 measurements via micro voltmeters attached to the mice’s bodies. The recordings demonstrated a predictable radical rise by several thousand microvolts preceding the appearance of cancerous formations in the mice, up to two weeks in advance. This jump in microvolt readings did not occur with mice who did not develop cancer.
In addition to publishing 93 scientific papers on bio-energetic phenomenon and the nervous system, Dr. Burr worked as the Professor Emeritus of Anatomy at Yale University’s School of Medicine. He is also credited with the discovery of the hormone, estrogen. Like many energetically-based medical researchers, his work was ahead of his time and therefore suppressed. While you may not find his work mentioned in the pharmaceutical-based medical textbooks of today, all of his papers are still available through the archives of the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine.