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Romberg's Test

I made a large Life Field Transformer, or LFT, with a diameter of about three feet and six inches wide, from aluminum flashing. We had already found that size matters with the LFT. The bigger, the stronger the effect. I call this big LFT the Big One. The strong energy effects by the Big One was noticed immediately by my friend Irwin, who is very sensitive to these kinds of energies. But Irwin, having a medical degree and experience, noticed another effect that is know as Romberg's positive.
So far three people have stood inside the Big One, and all three have Romberg's positive inside the Big One, but not outside. Inside the Big One they are started to sway back and forth. Why this manifests we don't know.
David Lowrance suggest that this effect is the result of bending the Aetheric fabric with high vibration rates and warping the field fabric with motional waves. The inner ear is sensing a different time/space than what the eyes are perceiving, and the brain is receiving conflicting information resulting in disorientation.

What is the Romberg's test?

 The test is done by requesting the patient to keep his feet firmly together, arms by the side and the eyes open at first. The balance of the patient is noted. Now the patient is asked to close both eyes and the balance is now noted for around 1 minute. If closing the eyes causes a much worse balance then the test is said to be positive. It indicates that the patient is excessively reliant on his vision to maintain balance. The problem may lie in the vestibular or proprioceptive systems. The physiology behind this test is that to maintain balance we need at least 2 of the following 3 components: vision (which can be used to monitor changes in balance), proprioception (the ability to know one’s body in space) and vestibular function (labyrinth of the inner ear that gives us our sense of equilibrium).
In simple words. . .If a patient has a vestibular problem then with his eyes open he can maintain balance because his proprioception as well as vision is helping him. But now if he closes his eyes, then there is only proprioception to maintain balance and that is not sufficient. So the patient will sway and may fall.