Observations & Studies of the Healing Efficacy
of the Life Vessel

Rustum Roy
Prof. of the Solid State, Penn State University
Research Prof. of Materials, Arizona State University
Visiting Prof. of Medicine, U. of Arizona
Chair: Friends of Health

Since 2001 when I first visited the Life Vessel HQ at Cottonwood, I—and subsequently with my colleagues who are senior scientists with national stature— have continued to observe and monitor the data on the persons treated in the Life Vessel. I have personally also spent considerable time discussing with several of the persons involved in some of the most dramatic examples of human healing, the precise details of their own situations before and after treatment.

Finally as physical scientists we have studied the device itself, and tried to understand the possible mechanisms of action of the device. In addition to the performance data noted below. The theories of the inventor, Barry McNew, are consonant with what we have learned about the physics of the device.

The scientific data on the efficacy

In science, as distinct from modern medicine, the gold standard is (repeatable) experimental results; cause and effect; always supported by data, evidence, etc. I have selected four examples in widely different areas of human health.

  1. Scleroderma - I interviewed this person just a short time after she had some of her earlier treatments. Western medicine has given up on this disease. Yet here was a young woman covered in blackened skin, scleroderma’s signature, who had narrowly escaped an amputation of a hand by a couple of exposures to the Life Vessel. That’s it. How did she know? First: no gangrene and amputation. Second, the black skin had retreated dramatically all over her body. Third, the meticulous records from her blood and urine. There in black and white was the incontrovertible evidence that two or three exposures to this sound and light device had caused her system to excrete a high percentage of the Hg and other heavy metals in her blood: (and of course it increased in the urine).
    The most impressive datum of the case is the fact that after a dozen or more treatments she was essentially cured. Unfortunately, two years later she was back with a reoccurrence. Now this was the test. Would the same procedures work? They did. The Life Vessels helped dramatically in a Scleroderma case.

  2. Leukemia – In examining the records on the wall in the Cottonwood clinic I was struck by the case of the young man with cancer, lying as it were on a deathbed, essentially given up on by a national cancer center. After some 2 or 3 dozen exposures to the Life Vessel field I met Luke first as a robust, healthy young typical college student bouncing around. After 5 years he is a survivor with zero chemotherapy and zero surgery.

  3. Autism – I was present when two separate gravely autistic children were brought in by their mothers. The demonstration of the 24/7 loving intuition of the mother for the child made a deep impression on me (so much so that I wrote in my Christmas card on the Madonna effect). What was startling to me, as to a senior research cardiologist from Tucson, was the effect of placing the young boy in the Life Vessel. No less impressive of the direct data of the effects of over one exposure to the several discussed that on site immediately afterward with the parents or grandparents.

  4. Melanoma – I take this case also to illustrate the use of sensible technologies to prove a point. The autonomic nervous system is the balance of health. McNew believes that his “revealed” device causes the system to be tuned towards balance. But he uses the highest diagnostic the MIT-designed ANSAR machine to measure the person before and after exposure. Fourteen different parameters are measured after all the electrodes are attached, and the differences are obvious—if not easily interpreted in every case—to anyone.

    The wealthy melanoma patient had three large km-3 cm size tumors in the brain. Her very distinguished personal physician spent an hour on the phone with her, asking to be assured the Life Vessel could do no harm. Having been assured of that, he gave her encouragement to go to Cottonwood, expecting her to survive for only several weeks. The tumors had reduced and nearly all disappeared in that time and she was off to Europe to live another full year.

*Full disclosure: I have never received any remuneration from these ___ (words are cut off the fax.)