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SCIO/ EPFX/ QXCI (Bill Nelson)

SCIO/ EPFX/ QXCI (Bill Nelson)


The EPFX was the precursor to the QXCI developed by Bill Nelson. Although it is no longer produced, the EPFX is referred to by all distributors of the QXCI because the EPFX is the only device in this family that was given FDA approval after it was misrepresented as a biofeedback device. Purchasing the QXCI or SCIO yields no benefit from this original FDA approval, despite appearances to the contrary – firstly because the QXCI and SCIO are different devices from the EPFX and secondly because the EPFX itself was not a true biofeedback device because it in fact does not contain electronic circuitry to measure any energetic feedback from the patient.

The SCIO was created to replace the QXCI after users realized that the QXCI did not even register whether or not a patient was connected to it; to give a more realistic energetic measurement, an inexpensive resistance meter was added to make possible a signal indicating that no patient was connected.

One of the most successful systems on the market in the field of energetic and informational medicine is the QXCI, which is an acronym for Quantum Xrroid Consciousness Interface (Xrroid is a word invented by the creator of the QXCI, Bill Nelson). What made QXCI and its successor the SCIO so successful was high-tech new-age verbiage, joined with a clever multi-level marketing scheme.

The QXCI, just like every other device in the field of computerized radionics, is based on a random event generator that first associates random numbers with a database of testable items and then presents a list of these items ordered according to these numbers. The highest numbers are considered to be of greatest relevance to the person who is tested.
The QXCI made the bold step of taking into the realm of computerized medical diagnostics a process that was previously only applied in oracles and divination systems like the Tarot or I Ching. Just as the Tarot and I Ching have proven over the centuries to be valuable tools to access complex information, so has the QXCI been a valuable addition to many practitioners.

What is common to all divination systems, be it the Tarot, I Ching, crystal ball gazing or any of their variations, is the fact that a high degree of unpredictability (‘fuzziness’) has to be generated and used as source. These are what are called non-linear systems where the number of parameters involved is so large that results are unpredictable. The falling of the sticks or coins in the I Ching is simply as unpredictable as the shape of clouds, the pattern in the coffee oracle, or the movement of animals. So all of these could and have been used as oracles and means of divination.

Why apparently random events or patterns will always contain meaningful information is described more in detail on the page CoRe-Theory/Coincidence. Coincidences are discovered by finding similarities and there are as many possible coincidences as there are qualities of things. There is coincidence of shape, color, timing, name and so on. In everyday life we are at best recognizing only very exceptional coincidences; however even to those we usually do not ascribe any meaning. This is because they do not come with a label telling us what they mean, and also we usually do not take the time to see which question we might have right at the moment when they happen.

With oracles it is different, every card in the Tarot for example comes with a description of its possible significance, just as every combination of coins or sticks falling in the I Ching has an assigned meaning. Now, one of the main misconceptions with regard to oracles and all forms of divination is the belief that the meaning ascribed to the different possible occurrences of pattern is in any way objective or divinely predetermined, unique and unchangeable. That this is not the case can already be guessed from the fact that there exist thousands of divination systems, which all use different means and ascribe different meanings but have all been used for centuries and have been found valuable.

In fact, what is known by those people who use, for example, the Pendulum is that you can create any list of answers and that it is only the coincidence of the question and a certain movement of the pendulum that makes the connection between question and answer.

One major problem with any oracle or divination system, and here also the QXCI and SCIO make no exception, is that if you let the dice roll twice, have the I Ching sticks fall again, or make another scan with the QXCI, the results will be totally different. Traditionally people would be warned not to consult the oracle again because this would make it angry, and QXCI warns people not to do a second test within 48 hours because this would create too much turmoil in the energy field of the patient.

The solution we found at Inergetix is that in fact one has to roll the dice, so to speak, not only a few times but thousands of times and to do statistical analysis to find the predominant tendencies, and then in fact the results will be very stable, reproducible and independent of whichever process one would use to create this apparently random process. This is very much comparable with the process of election forecasts wherein one could take any average group of citizens, ask them for whom they will vote, and find that the distribution of parties voted for will be very much like that of the nation as a whole as well as stable and reproducible and, within very small limits, independent of the group of people that were asked.
Of course for this to work one has to take an average group of people, which means one should have no bias whatsoever in the selection process. This is also the reason that manual oracles or divination systems like the Pendulum or electro dermal screening systems seem to be more reproducible than computerized oracles like the QXCI, SCIO, Quantec, and all the others because computers are very unbiased, whereas every therapist has his or her pet theories about diseases and remedies so that he will always more or less test the things he is familiar with.

This means manual testing is not as “random” (which we want to understand as unbiased) as it should be and only very good therapists can come to a degree of detachment and neutrality that allows them to act as almost true “random” event generators and their results are often very unexpected and correct. Hardly anyone would assume that they are doing the work of oracles in the very truest sense. To maintain this degree of neutrality for any amount of time is a very strenuous process and this also contributes to the fact that computerized systems are more and more replacing manual ones.

From the aforementioned, it has become clear that the key to reproducible results in predictive systems is to do a large enough number of samplings and then apply the appropriate statistical analysis. This is where all old style oracle and divination systems including the QXCI were limited because they were under the spell of the priests who forbid asking a second time because they themselves did not understand the deeper principles involved.

The Inergetix-CoRe System cuts through all of these limiting traditions and superstitions that are attached to all oracles and divination systems, and uses millions of samplings for each analysis to achieve stable results.

However this is only part of the secret of the Inergetix-CoRe System, as it is well known that just rolling real dice millions of times will not uncover any significant trends. The reason for that, and also for the fact that it is not possible to predict, for example, lottery numbers in this way, is twofold. Firstly, the analysis routines have been one-dimensional, and secondly numbers alone are in principle not predictable because they are one-dimensional, which means pure quantities that do not have any reality (representation) on the informational plane (for more details see the page CoRe-Theory /Informational).

A quality is always a multidimensional entity and the simplest quality is a ratio (interestingly “ratio” means intelligence in Latin). Goethe, who recognized this difference between quantity and quality, said, “Numbers are nothing, the relationship (or the ratio) is everything.” A ratio is a relationship between two numbers and this is also the most basic building block of the informational plane. Based on this understanding, one can see it is not enough just to add up numbers and then to take the average. One has to use qualities instead of quantities, and a ratio is the most basic quality. This explains also why radionics uses so-called “rates” and not numbers, ratios that are relative to a given base. Other divination systems use higher dimensional qualities like the pattern used in the I Ching or pictures as they are incorporated in the Tarot.

For the Inergetix-CoRe System there is no need to deny its roots in the old tradition of oracles and divination and instead invent some pseudo-physics explanations, because it goes beyond them and incorporates a new understanding of the power of synchronicity and harvests reproducible and meaningful results with the incorporation of intelligent statistical analysis.

Energetix-CoRe System compared with QXCI

The QXCI developed by Bill Nelson is basically a computerized radionic system. With the Inergetix-CoRe System you can analyze and balance on the informational level and work with your clients in the same way as you can with the QXCI.

However, Inergetix-CoRe incorporates a knowledge base of thousands of remedies that allows the user to narrow the search to well-known conditions and remedy groups. Also Inergetix-CoRe, with more than twenty thousand remedies in its standard database, has more than twice the number of items of the QXCI. Most importantly, Inergetix-CoRe has an evaluation mode that gives a far superior reproducibility of results, at around 90%, which no other informational device can provide. Also, the Inergetix-CoRe System has the most advanced customizability and is an open system allowing practitioners the freedom of navigating with their own protocol, products, concepts and ideas.