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"The Cradle" by Zyto. My Experience.

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"The Cradle" by Zyto. My Experience.

Post  angstman on Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:09 am

Im not sure that this has been discussed here before, I ran a search and didnt find anything.

About a year ago a lady came down from Tennessee to my city to talk about toxicity in our bodies, where it comes from in everyday households, what it does to you over time, and how to rid your body of it. Very interesting seminar, learned alot of good stuff. She also introduced the audience to The Cradle. Its a usb device that you rest your palm on for about 30 minutes while it sends information to the computer while some very nice software reads and breaks down the information. It reads using GSR or galvanized skin response. Its the same idea as a lie detector but on a much, much bigger scientific scale. In a nutshell, it will tell you what you are lacking in your body, what you have too much of, the heavy metal content broken down, chemicals, pesticides, food stressors in each category (additives, beans/legumes, dairy/egg, fats/oil, fish/seafood, fruits, grains, meats/poultry, spices/seasonings, sugars/sweeteners, vegetables), how your vertebrae are, neurotransmitters, mycotoxins, geopathic stress, digestive enzymes, amino acids, and nosodes. Not only does it pick up physicalities, but also mental things too. NASA has been using this for their astronauts for close to 20 years to get their physical and mental state sound so that they do not freak out in space. It can also pick up cancer with a minimal of 23 active cancer cells in the body- which is pretty wild.

After seeing the results both my parents got from him, my wife and I decided to try it. Its $130 for an assessment. I wont go into detail about hers, but will share mine:

The first thing that it picks up on me is that I am rigid in my beliefs, thinks alot, resists change
That I have an analytical mind, that I think a lot
Im easily irritated and picks up on other peoples moods very easily/also that I want to be in control
I have vaccinations that are sitting in me (I had to get shots before working in New Orleans after Katrina)
I am carrying the chicken pox virus- which in time would become shingles
Im vitamin D deficient due to lack of sun (I hate the sun)
I have inflammation in my inner ear, tinnitis (probably from the 2 15's I had in my trunk in high school and all the concerts I go to)
Generalized anxiety disorder, restlessness, muscle tension
I have severe adrenal exhaustion causing low testosterone
I have an infection in my left eye
Vocal cord nodules, polyps but they are benign
I was starting to show signs of COPD (was a good thing I quit smoking)
I have a virus in my lower back
I have problems with grains- ciliac issues
I do have a parasite in me, toxoplasmosis, probably from my cat
I have albinism in my genes
I have a blood sugar disorder
I have testicular cancer in my genes
High amounts of mercury (Im in IT, and work on laptops all the time)
Gall bladder is collecting cholesterol, needs a flush
She also asked me if I had ever had a skull contusion- and I had.

These are just some of the things going on with my body. Listed from most to least prevalent. I have quite a few more that werent too important that I didnt bother listing. To start balancing my body out, I am being put on quite a few supplements- Rosehips, St Johns Wart, Nervous Fatigue Formula, Bifidophilis, food enzymes, and a few more things. The hardest part about the Cradle is finding someone that knows how to read it, find patterns, and break it down. You can also purchase it and send your results to someone over the net for feedback. Anyways, I just wanted to share my story. Here are some links about it:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22the+cradle%22+zyto&aq=f&oq=

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Post  Nuada on Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:27 am

wow, this cradle.. it sounds pretty amazing. I wonder if its avalaible outside US, i'd definitely pay 130$ for it.

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Post  lund on Tue Dec 09, 2008 1:53 pm

I can't believe it - would anyone fall for this?

Voo Doo at its best....

technology + magic = priceless

I will give you couple more findings w/o the reader:

1. Your heart has blood in it
2. Your Kidney has a some residual piss in it
3. Your colon is full of crap

I mean come on, can't you see what they are telling you - either you cannot nconfirm it with science or something that majority of us would have....end of story

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Post  angstman on Tue Dec 09, 2008 2:14 pm

Ah yes, well I was a full blown skeptic going into this, after all Im "rigid in my beliefs"
After seeing the things it pulled on my mother and father, I thought it was too much to be coincidence.

First off it told my wife and I things that could not have been known by anyone else but us before going into this
-my head contusion (i dented my head on a pressure washer very badly a few years back, enough to see stars and the dent is still there)
-i have been having major issues with my left eye over the past 3 years, I scratched my cornea and it hasnt healed completely
-it picked up that my wifes side has had premature births (her brother was 2 months premie)
-she was seeing that earlier in my life I had motion sickness and it took me a while to figure it out, but I had a broken toe and flew in a helicopter-
turns out my equilibrium was completely thrown off because of the toe which caused me to get sick
-it also stated that my wifes body was starving and that she had an anorexia mentality- at the time she was skipping meals to lose weight
-that she had jaw/clenching issues (her jaw pops all the time and she clenches in her sleep)
-that she had constipation issues (as long as Ive known her)
-it showed that my dad had picked up a certain bug indigenous to Africa (he was a merchant marine and travelled around the world)
-it also showed a concussion that my father had at age 11

This list can go on and on. Cellular memory is as real as it gets. More and more doctors are starting to bring this technology to their offices. You will see in due time where this goes.

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Post  angstman on Tue Dec 09, 2008 2:20 pm

Forgot to mention it picked up that her tonsils and adenoids were gone and that she had breast augmentation.

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Post  scottyc33 on Tue Dec 09, 2008 2:59 pm

Will it tell me the winning lotto numbers too?

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Post  Icanbeatthis on Tue Dec 09, 2008 3:43 pm

This is hilarious. This guy stumbled upon some ancient alien technology!

Pretty badass!

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Post  lund on Tue Dec 09, 2008 4:15 pm

Is this the 1st official SPAM for this board?

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Post  angstman on Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:24 am

Wow, not the response I was expecting from people on here...

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Post  ganny on Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:18 am

Shouldn't we evaluate these claims critically? Sure, it may be hokum and not worth a damn, but I will say that many alternative doctors who give their patients electrodermal conductance tests to determine food allergies see this as a superior diagnostic tool, then say blood or skin tests. I've done it myself and it "seemed" totally legit. In fact, many conventional doctors don't call the ECT bullshit, they simply don't think it's as accurate as the usual methods of determining food allergies. Which means one thing off the bat. Electrodermal testing is theoretically possible. I don't know if it can provide the massive amount of detail being described by angstman but we shouldn't dismiss posts like this out of hand. Having said that, I'm not going to drop lots of money on an unproven technique, I'm just saying it may bear greater scrutiny then we're giving it here.

"Food allergy as the true cause remains undiagnosed. Clinically useful diagnoses of food sensitivities and adverse bowel responses may be established with electrodermal conductance tests, micro-elisa blood tests or skin tests. None of these tests is perfect. In my view, electrodermal methods in the hands of an experienced professional gives a far superior total profile of food tolerance and intolerance than blood tests. As the benefits of this technology become better known to the physician community, it will likely become widely accepted for this purpose." - page 367

The Canary and Chronic Fatigue by Majid Ali, M.D. 1994

Explanation of electrodermal conductance tests:

http://www.healthy.net/scr/article.asp?Id=1085

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Post  ganny on Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:28 am

I'll also add that most people would probably think the material we discuss on this forum is utter BS, but where would we be if we only tried FDA accepted medicine? F'd, that's where! : )

The body is made up of energy, it makes sense that a piece of technology will come along that can read that energy. Is it the cradle? I have no idea.

End of rant...

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Post  lund on Wed Dec 10, 2008 2:03 am

One can possibly explain anything - whether that explanation makes sense or not is the key. As long as you would like to believe in it, you will rationalize every magic that is prescribed to you.

Show me some support for this magic from any relevant / reputed source and I will bite. Also, to take a basic "Phenomenon" and then claim to apply it to uncover nth degree detail about human condition is an exponential leap.

There may be some truth to the "electrodermal conductance" but to jump from there to being able to slice and dice human body for every ailment,identification of defective genes, etc is perposterous w/o any leading / verifiable evidence.

So here is my new approach: Look there is Sun out there (you believe it right), and I tell you that you have cancer. Now if the first part is true, should the 2nd be assumed true as well? No you do not. "eletrodermal conductance" may be there, I question it's ability to fingerprint human body ailments / genes / characer / etc...

The only position you can take is that this technology is "So New" as it was created yesterday such that the science has not gotten a chance to proof it just yet - these things, if were to work, would instantly revolutionize your environment - you will hear about it instantly and not on this forum...

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Post  nidhogge on Wed Dec 10, 2008 3:06 am

Lund--

WRONG.

Things like this will take forever to get mainstream, IF at all. There is no desire withing the medical-industrial complex to widely distribute such a device that would greatly dampen their profit margin. Look what he was prescribed to take to fix his problems--were those pharmaceuticals, or were those herbs? Starting to see my point?

The technology held back by our government and the wealthy invisible government that controls it is insane. It wouldn't surprise me if this is legit, though I am admittedly a bit skeptical as well. I'm just saying--don't wait for stuff to be proven or reputable, because often stuff that is proven or reputable is anything but in today's society of lies and deceit. To quote Ron Paul: "Truth is treason in the empire of lies."

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Post  Nuada on Wed Dec 10, 2008 7:23 am

I agree with Nid, I mean I sometimes think of conspiracies like, they find a cure for X but they won't release it, just because it'd cut the profit of medical companies.

Like If a guy came up and said "I found a cure for hairloss, simple and effective" I think the majority wouldn't be happy about it, since that means all those hair loss products are going straight to the garbage can. All those investments on temporary products which demand you to use them through out your whole life will be gone to waste.

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Post  nidhogge on Wed Dec 10, 2008 9:04 am

EXACTLY man, lot of people losing their jobs and losing their $$. They shouldn't have put all their eggs in one basket.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Wed Dec 10, 2008 10:58 am

I know very little about this device, but I know a doctor who is quite well known and she uses this.

I am looking into this and will post whatever I find out.

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Post  Project: JS on Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:01 pm

Excellent IH - Im def interested to hear your findings on it.

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Post  lund on Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:04 pm

WRONG x WRONG = WRONG ^2

For a non invasive device to pin point human ailments covering the entire body with any accuracy will be the biggest invention human mankind has known in the last few melliniums - next to may be electricity. Even the invention of computers will not come close to that.

For any technology or invention that is disruptive in nature - that may have the potential to redraw the landscape cannot be stopped by any action. This gizmo, if were to work, would have been such an item.

Stop believing in Voo Doo stuff...

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Post  Project: JS on Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:17 pm

"the biggest invention human mankind has known in the last few melliniums "
-lund

Wel Lund, I wouldnt quite go that far, but its for that exact reason that its at least worth asking the question - does this have any legitimacy? Even if its an extremely low chance -this thing certainly does seem a bit like magic- the potential benefits from it would make it at least worth the comparitively short amout of time it takes to research it. Since I value IH's opinion Im curious to se what his thoughts on it are.

Like Arthur C Clarke said: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." I guess the hope here is that this is a really ahead-of-its-time technology and not just quackery

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Post  lund on Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:48 pm

Can you even imagine the market cap for a device that can tell your Blood sugar level w/o pricking your fingers? It could be in Billions of dollars - science cannot even get that far for one very specific test, and we are here talking about gene identification using this gizmo - utter nonsense...

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Post  nidhogge on Thu Dec 11, 2008 4:53 am

If you actually took the time to study auras and electromagnetic fields that run through each and every one of us, it'd start making a lot more sense to you. This isn't about magic, this is about understanding what makes people tick on a subatomic level, and tapping into that. If it can tell you your blood sugar, then do this...get the device, prick your finger and get a test done, and then use the device to give you a reading. Compare the results.

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Post  scottyc33 on Thu Dec 11, 2008 6:12 am

I have an appointment with a nutritionist / holistic health practitioner on Friday. She comes recommended from a friend. I just spoke to her on the phone and she said something about running tests on my hands and feet to see where I'm out of balance.

I wonder if I'm going to get "Zytoed"? tongue

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Thu Dec 11, 2008 9:58 am

scottyc33 - Probably applied kinesiology that tests electrical system and your muscles.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Thu Dec 11, 2008 10:09 am

After reviewing this and asking others about it, The Zyto cradle is really a quantum mechanics device, in that it measures bio energetic response.

It is not really a diagnostic tool and cannot replace standard labs at all. What it is used for is trends and body response, so it can give clues or tendencies. From what I hear of it, would have value. I very much doubt this device would catch on to the mainstream and would never in a million years expect the Federal Death Association to be interested.

Given proper use this has merit, but again, it cannot replace standard labs nor can it give test results. It is based on a reaction and tendency (think trends).

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Post  lund on Thu Dec 11, 2008 2:00 pm

The Federal Death Association is not the only agency out there - certainly for US it is the authority. We tend to forget there are only 300 million of us in the US, there are roughly another 5 billion people outside. A decent number lives in Europe as well, and they do not take directions from FDA.

Germans and Swiss are very open to natural and alternative treatments and approve a number of protocols outside of elopathic medicine - these protocols are not only approved these are covered by state sponsored health care programs.

So while FDA may not like something, others will adopt and lead the way for a promising product, specially for something that can help save money and lives for the large popualtion. If this Gizmo was any useful, we would have seen some level of adoption in some of these progressive coutries.

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