A few people have asked me what my coil machine is, what it looks like and how it works. The coil machine I have is known as a Doug Coil Machine named after the employer of the original designer. It has four parts to it:
- Frequency generator. This is the kind of device one might find in an intro physics class at a university. I’m not sure what it is used for outside that setting. For me, it serves as a way to generate alternating magnetic fields at specific frequencies that kill the microbes I’m targeting.
- Capacitor box. This piece was custom made and has several capacitors that can be turned on and off so that the frequency generator can transform the 60 Hz coming out of the wall socket to the frequency I want. Among my friends, it is known as the “flux capacitor.”
- Amplifier. This is what is normally found hooked up to an electric guitar to make it louder. In my case, it amplifies the electric frequencies so that what I get in the coil is of a high enough amplitude to penetrate 6 to 8 inches into my flesh.
- Coil. This is a pretty heavy doughnut made of insulated wire attached by a seven-foot long heavy duty wire to the side of the capacitor box.
Below is a picture of the main coil machine, it includes the first 3 parts (as listed above from top to bottom), some wires, the notebook in which I keep track of my coiling sessions, and instructions on which frequencies go with which infections and with which capacitor box settings.
This is a picture of the coil right up against my abdomen. (I’m wearing an oversized shirt.) The coil is about as wide as I am.
To be honest, I usually coil sitting or lying down with the coil on top of the body part I’m treating. In part, this is because it gets hot after a few minutes and in part because it is so heavy. So here is a photo of the coil sitting on my bed, on top of the towel I place between the coil and myself so I don’t get burned.
There are instructions on how to build and where to buy a coil machine online (plus a great primer here). I’ll leave it up to the reader to find the most current information…or if you want help, you can contact me.
As for how the coil machine works, I’ve posted my unscientific explanation. But you can do your own research on coil machines and rife machines if you want to know more.
Today is a co-infection day. It’s also the first day of my period, so I’m not increasing the sessions or doing any experiments.
- Bartonella, abdomen, 5 minutes
- Babesia, chest, 3 minutes; liver, 3 minutes
- Candida, abdomen, 10 minutes
I’m trying to get back on track with my various protocols. I had juiced greens and kombucha today.
- homeopathic support
- juiced greens
- skin brushing
- BioMat (enough to work up a sweat for 30 minutes)
- castor oil pack on abdomen
I had one huge night sweat last night. Then I woke up way too early. I had a bad back ache and a dull headache. So I got on the BioMat and had another good sweat.
I’ve been pretty lethargic most of the day. In a small way, I’m celebrating. If my period means I lose a day to lethargy, cramps, a backache and a dull headache, I’m doing great. It used to be so much worse.
I didn’t have much of an apetite most of the day, but my jaw has been hurting and I keep thinking of food. Hmm. So I had a little to eat. Then this evening my apetite reappeared, so I ate heartily.
In the morning and continuing all afternoon, I’ve had a very sharp pain just to the right of my sacrum. For a few hours, that was accompanied by numbness, tingling and a dull ache down my right leg.
I’ve had random, fleeting, sharp pains throughout the day (forearm, stomach, etc). And my knees hurt a bunch.
I’m aiming to go to bed early tonight.