The Inventor - Gene Koonce

Entrepreneur and businessman, Gene Koonce began his career in electronics over 34 years ago. From a young age Gene found it intriguing to disassemble things just to find out how they worked. Much to the delight of his friends and family, he was equally as talented in putting them back together and, in many cases, making them work better than before. After attending college in his hometown of Greeley, Colorado, he enlisted in the US Army where he was involved in missile technology. When it was time to choose a profession, Gene naturally pursued a path in electronics. In 1976 he opened a successful electronics repair business that still thrives today. In the little bit of spare time he was afforded Gene worked on various inventions in the energies and frequencies arena. This led naturally to the theories that had been presented early on by scientists like Lakhovsky, Priore, and Szent-Györgyi and then more recently by Emoto and Oschman. Over a period of a few years, Gene Koonce, using proven technology and theories, developed one of the most important discoveries of our lifetime, the newly released QuantumPulse.

The Machine

The QuantumPulse works on several different levels by using an electromagnetic field. In this field, a high voltage pulse is added along with ozone. The charge is placed at a negative voltage which is being transmitted to an antenna designed to twist the magnetic field. It is then routed through noble gases.

What can it do for me?

What we are finding is that it depends on your state of mind, and most importantly, your intent. “Intent” is defined as “a conscious plan”. Therefore, whatever you put into your time spent with this machine… whatever your conscious plan is at the time… will be what you ultimately experience. It could range from inner peace and profound enlightenment to merely a non-destructive energy. It’s for you to decide… to create your own plan. Each individual is unique; their needs are unique as well. What is suitable for one person may not be appropriate for another. What is important is for each of us to find the tools we require and to take advantage of them.