The Egely Wheel is a unique mechanical device designed to measure a person’s bio or life energy, and has come to be regarded by many to be the most serious toy they could ever have. This device is capable of being moved by only the user’s mind and will power, by being affected solely by each person’s life energy,or Ch’i (Qi) by the Chinese or ki by the Japanese peoples for centuries and has been fundamental in their understanding of medicinal practices. While this energy has been known and used for centuries, it has been scrutinized in the west due to the Witch Hunts and other Church actions during the medieval times and more recently due to the disbelief of the unexplained and “paranormal” by the scientific revolution. However, Dr. George Egely, Ph.D in the transmission of heat and energy, became fascinated with the ability of humans to influence objects. He began engaging in serious of experiments designed to control for factors like wind, heat of hands, and other variables, showing that nearly 66% of the subjects tested where able to move the water at some level with merely their will. In order to better measure each person’s individual energy levels, he designed the Egely Wheel, a device created with electronics attached to clearly show a person’s energy levels.
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What is Measured and What Does it Mean?
The Egely Wheel measures each person’s natural life energy, readily known to many as the Chinese concept of Ch’i, and gives the information in what is called a vitality quotient. This number is indicative of many factors, including but not limited to: health, intelligence, success, mood, diet, and mental inclination, as it has been noted that those who score higher on this score are: healthy (as those who are sick are barely able to move the wheel), intelligent, successful, happy, extroverted, and optimistic. The vitality quotient is grouped into three sections, below average (Red LED), average (Yellow LED), and above average (Green LED). However, while testing one’s self, scoring below what is desired is not a predetermined or immutable occurrence, as the vitality score can be increased by:
- Relaxing Exercises (such as Chi Kung or meditation)
- Proper Diet and Nutrition
- Changing locations of testing (to move away from a possible disturbance zone)
By increasing and correcting this things in your life, in combination with natural endowed qualities, it is possible to increase your Vitality Quotient, as it is a value that’s only limit is how well you and your body are. Below is a Chart that fully shows the specifics of each Vitality Quotient section.
Instructions for Use
1. Remove the transparent plastic cover. It is advised to first move the cover slightly by pressing down on the device a little above where it says Egely Wheel. After this, carefully lift the device to help prevent harming the wheel’s sensitive bearing.
2. Use the switch on the left side of the device to turn it on. If the switch is put in the middle position, the LEDs only will light up on the device, but by turning the switch to its highest position, beeps will be heard as well.
3.Place one hands on the bioenergy meter as seen in the picture. Attempt to surround the device as much as possible with the fingers and palm. The device can be touched, but be careful to ensure that the wheel is not be touched.
4. Slightly squeeze your fingers, while concentrating and relaxing. Once doing this, the sensor wheel will start to rotate at a speed determined by your life energy level, with the electronics showing your vitality quotient, with the first LED showing the maximum value you have reached, while the other LED shows the wheel’s current amount of rotation. The reading can be attempted in different positions to potentially increase results.
Once trying the wheel for a few minutes, you may notice that it is possible to influence the speed of the wheel with your willpower. Also, by switching hands, it is possible to switch the direction the wheel rotates.
What is some of the Design’s of the Vitality Meter?
This device is designed in order to give the user the best possible reading of their life energy. The cogs of the wheel are used for two important purposes. First, it is important for the visual measurement of how many times the wheel rotates. Second, it helps get rid of unwanted electrical charges that may accidental be created during use of the device. In the interior of the bell-shaped center of the wheel, a tiny pivot is located as well as there is a semi-precious jewel bearing on the wheel support. The support itself is constructed or aluminum or copper in order to ensure that its nuclear spin is an integer number, as a plastic support would give the device a weaker sensitivity and a carbon or hydrogen support would not have the right atomic structure suitable to compensate for the weak sensitivity of plastic.
What is the difference between the Egely Wheels and the Vitality Indicator?
The difference in these two devices comes in their design, as while both of these devices will give the user an indicator of their vitality levels, the do so in very different ways. The Egely Wheel will give the user a definite value for the numbers of rotations of the wheel from the electronics that are attached to the wheel. On the other hand, it is possible to count the number of wheel rotations of Vitality Indicator, but it is not recommend that the user does this. As doing this takes a different state of mind from the one recommended while using this device and it will decrease the vitality level. This also occurs when trying to do math or puzzles while measuring vitality, as there will be a noticeable decrease in performance and even potentially a halt in the rotation of the wheel.
It is suggested that the Vitality Indicator is used instead to test the “thickness” of the user’s aura, or at how far a distance will the wheel still rotate. This is best done by starting the test as instructed and then gradually moving the hand back slowly to the point at which it stops entirely.
1. 24. Salon International des Inventions, 1996, Genf - Bronze Medal
2. 27. Salon International des Inventions,1999, Genf - Bronze Medal
3. INPEX 'XII International Invention Show, 1996, Pittsburgh - Gold Medal
4. EUREKA, 45th World Exhibition of Invention, Research and Industrial
Innovation, 1996, Brussels - Bronze Medal
5. EUREKA, 48th World Exhibition of Invention, Research and New Technology,
1999, Brussels - Silver Medal
6. Beijing International Exhibition of Inventions, 1996, Beijing – Silver Medal
7. Sunday Times Invention of The Year Competition, 1997, London - Silver Medal
8. East-West Euro Intellect (Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation),
1998, Sofia - Gold Medal