Over the years, I have seen numerous what I call knock-offs of the SCENAR appear on the market. I have heard Dr. Alexander Revenko describe these as “not having the SCENAR signal” and therefore were not “true Scenars.” Curiosity about what he might be referring to in those statements, has led me to researching what might make a Scenar a “true Scenar.”
Because of the many different devices that call themselves a Scenar, not made by the original inventors, it appears that the equipment itself is relatively easy to reverse engineer. The only thing that could possibly not be captured in the reverse engineering process is the Scenar’s unique software that creates its signature signal. In any computer, when you take the equipment apart, the software disappears like a scent on the breeze.
In conversations with Dr. Rick Carleton, I discovered that indeed, the algorithms used in the Scenar are patented, and the highly protected intellectual property of the inventors. It is the algorithms (software) that give the Scenar its unique signal and capacity to have such a dramatic impact on the body’s activation toward healing.
Although it has been known since antiquity that electrical current has the capacity to facilitate healing (electric eels were used in healing in early Greece), it was the research of Robert O. Becker in the 1960s, who discovered that in amending an electrical signal such that it conforms to the body’s electrical environment, that the healing effect of the signal can be made most beneficial. So, although the new devices that are appearing on the market now may have some beneficial effect, none have the unique algorithms that deliver the remarkable restorative effects that are the hallmark of the “true Scenar.”
Thus, it would seem prudent to me that if someone is interested in purchasing a Scenar, they would select devices created by the original inventors, for only they hold the magic algorithms that have been demonstrated through research over 30 years, to facilitate the remarkable recoveries that have brought the device to the world’s attention.