Noble Gases

Inert Noble Gases

Inert noble gases are gases that belong to Group VIII of the periodic table (also known as the “noble” gases) and they have a distinct characteristic in that they will not react under normal circumstances with other chemicals such as metal or acid. This is what distinguishes them as inert gases. The inert gases that are normally used are the following:

  • Helium (He)
  • Neon (Ne)
  • Argon (Ar)
  • Krypton (Kr)
  • Xenon (Xe)
  • Radon (Rn)

Radon is not used in our device as it is radioactive, and therefore considered dangerous. We use a unique proprietary gas mix blend.

​The gases are obtained by fractional distillation of air. This is achieved by cooling air to a very cold temperature. The air liquefies, and then its temperature is slowly raised. Since each of the inert gases has its own unique boiling point, each one can be pulled off and purified. In nature, inert gases are found primarily in the atmosphere. We are breathing them right now. The rarest of the inert gases is Xenon. It is found at an incredibly low level – less than 1 part per ten million in the atmosphere.

While most other planets with atmospheres have a greater concentration of xenon, much of it was removed from the Earth’s atmosphere in the past for the purpose of deliberate life-shortening and the cessation of most of xenon’s natural regenerative capabilities in humans. In the ancient Sumerian cuneiform tablets, they describe humans who lived for several thousand years, perhaps when xenon (Xe) was in higher concentrations in the atmosphere (3% according to ancient wisdom about Lemuria). Xenon interacting with Earth’s gravitational field and electric field high up in the atmosphere and, of course, Earth’s subtle magnetic field nearer the ground, enabled a low-level Xenon energy to be released constantly on the planet in this historic period.

Inert Gas and Aether Theory

Inert-gas therapy is based on the concept that space is filled with energy and information (scalar energy), contrary to what modern science believes. This pre-substance is called aether, which is existing throughout all of manifest creation.

The actual mechanism and explanation for the resulting MSE (magnetic scalar energy) field emitted from our RASHA device is that the pulsed electromagnetic frequencies excites the inert gas atom (AKA excitation) to such a vibrational/oscillation rate that it accesses and “unveils” the morphogenetic scalar field (aether).

In the late 19th century and early 20th, it was postulated that the aether is the space between all things and its behavior was more like fluid rather than empty space. Recent advances in physics with string theory and quantum physics allow physicists to postulate that the space between all things is “dark matter” and does behave very much like a fluid. To further understand this theory, please take a review Dark Matter Template and the Cosmic Multidimensional Body Anatomy.

Inert Noble Gases: Practical Applications