The Amazing Bi-Digital O-Ring Test

Dr. Yoshiaki Omura has had someone put together a website documenting his amazing discovery. You can visit it yourself here: BDORT.ORG.

There's a lot at that site and it may be a little difficult to follow, so I am giving here a brief patent history and the tie-in to Quantum Reflex Analysis. And as a lot of the best info at his site exists as documents that were scanned and placed in PDF files, I have converted some of them into web pages to make accessing them much easier. Even though some of these go back to the 1980s, they are amazing!

"Let the person who says it cannot be done get out of the way of the person already doing it" --Ancient Proverb


The BDORT is a way to test which materials (pharmaceutical or "natural" medicines, drugs, hormones, vitamins, minerals, supplements of any type, anesthetics, herbs, dental restorative materials, food, clothing, cell phones, chemicals, etc. are potentially health-giving and life-promoting for a person, and those which are potentially harmful.

Dr. Omura applied for a patent in 1985, but the U.S. Patent Office took more than seven years of vigorous evaluation before officially granting a patent for Dr. Omura's Bi-Digital O-Ring Test in 1993. The first patent application was almost rejected because the application seemed too unbelievable to be true. After 3 years of extensive research, additional supporting evidence was presented to the Patent Office. Upon review, the Patent Office agreed Dr. Omura obtained enough evidence and the clinical results he had claimed on his patent application; however, they wanted further evidence that other qualified medical doctors, dentists and scientists could obtain the same results. Therefore, unlike most U.S. patent applications, independent evaluations of the validity of the methods of Dr. Omura's BDORT were conducted by M.D.s and D.D.S.s with well established reputations in their specialties and by professors in medical and dental schools. These independent evaluations took another 3 years to complete. After studying and repeating the experiments, the 11 experts confirmed the validity of Dr. Omura's patent claim, and his patent was granted! (Patent 5,188,107 - February 23, 1993) Before they started their evaluation, some of these experts were skeptical but wanted to find out the truth as serious, honest scientists who did not want to make any incorrect judgment without actual study or research. You can read their amazing affidavits here! Actual images of the affidavits are at BDORT link above.) Since those days there have been over 23 university studies done confirming its efficacy!

Later in the 1990s, Dr. Marshall learned of the BDORT and adapted it in light of the discoveries in quantum physics by German scientists in the 1970s to form the testing component of what we now call Quantum Reflex Analysis.


Here are the affidavits of 10 of the 11 expert witnesses who testified to the U.S. Patent Office, ordered by date: (The original scans are in a PDF and can be viewed directly at BDORT.ORG.)

1. 1987-08-08 Yasuhiro Shimotsuura, M.D., Leader of Digestive Organ Research and Director of Medicine at St. Maria’s Hospital, the second largest hospital in Japan
2. 1988-05-31 Maja Tcherkezova, M.D., National Institute of Neurology in Sophia, Bulgaria
3. 1988-08-07 Noriyuki Tani, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor at Seijo Dental School in Japan
4. 1988-08-15 Joel Friedman, D.D.S., Professor of Dentistry at New York University
5. 1988-08-15 Takesuke Muteki, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Kurume University Medical School in Japan
6. 1988-08-25 Albert Cook, M.D., Professor and former Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn
7. 1988-08-25 Brother Michael Losco who taught medical electronics, and was Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Manhattan College
8. 1988-08-25 Jason Shu, M.D., specialist in OBGYN, Member of the State Board of Medicine at Pennsylvania State (affidavit available soon)
9. 1989-10-22 Chifuyu Takeshige, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physiology and Dean of the School of Medicine, Showa University, Tokyo, and former Visiting Scholar of the Department of Physiology at the University of Pennsylvania (affidavit available soon)
10. 1991-09-05 Hiroaki Nakajima, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Pulmonary Division and Associate Professor of the Department of Internal Medicine, Showa University, Japan and former Visiting Professor at the Mayo Clinic, U.S.A. (affidavit available soon)
11. (affidavit presently not available) Simon Freed, Ph.D., Research Scientist of Brookhaven National Laboratory and Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry at New York Medical College

Affidavit of Dr. Tani

DECLARATION IN THE UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE

Ref. application of: Y. Omura, M.D., ScD.
Serial No. 06/785,495
Examiner: J. Hanley
Filed: October 8, 1985
Group No. 335

For: Bi-Digital O-Ring Test for imaging and diagnosing internal organs of patients

DECLARATION

Hon. Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks
Washington, D.C. 20231

Sir:

I, Noriyuki Tani, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Prof. of Dental School, Meikai University, a Japanese citizen residing at 2-15-4 , Nishisakado, Sakado City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan, declare:

I was born May 22, 1945 in Saitama, Japan.

In 1969 I graduated from Osaka Dental College.

In 1969 I was appointed as an instructor of the Seijo Dental College.

In 1980 I was appointed as an associate professor of the Seijo Dental College.

In 1981 I received a Ph.D. in electro-physiology from Osaka Dental College. The title of my thesis was "The Autocorrelogram and Power Spectrum of the Brain Wave at the Time of the Resting Position of the Mandible."

In 1988 I became an associate professor of Meikai University Dental School, as Seijo Dental College became part of Meikai University.
In order to apply the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test to the dental field supported by a scientific basis, I have been doing a basic experiment from the viewpoint of cerebral neurophysiology, as I attended his seminars & workshops 5 times in 4 years and was deeply impressed by Dr. Omura's Bi-Digital O-Ring Test research and clinical demonstrations. I personally witnessed about 25 of these clinical demonstrations. They were done with well-studied patients brought by other doctors, supported by good laboratory documentation from the other doctors. Dr. Omura was given very little information about the patients, other than vague symptoms and locations, and he used his Bi-Digital O-Ring Test to identify and localize the disorders, which ranged into both medical and dental areas. In order to explain the fundamental mechanisms of the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, I then began the following electrophysiological experiment. According to Dr. Omura's work, using the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, an abnormal part of the body can be detected when any of the following stimulations is given:

1. Mechanical stimulation
2. Positive electrical field
3. Magnetic field (polarity depends on the different parts of the body)
4. Electro-magnetic waves (including a light beam of either white light or monochromatic light with a wave length longer than specific wave length of the green color)

Since the first 3 modes of stimulation have been studied by others, I concentrated on the effect of the radiation of the light beam on the body surface. Our study with a radiation of a very weak light beam of 80 Luxe on an abnormal part of the body was detected by the brain and was measureable as a change in the spectrum component of EEG of the human brain. Some of my research has been presented during the 1st Annual Symposium on the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, held in July, 1987 and the 2nd Annual Symposium on the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, held in July, 1988 in Tokyo (both of which were organized by the Japan Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Association), as well as during the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Symposium of the 3rd International Symposium on Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics held at Columbia University School of International Affairs during October 8-11, 1987.

We have been extensively using the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test in the dental clinic of our institute for the past three years for diagnosis of various facial and oral problems, and it has been particularly helpful in detecting and localizing bacterial or viral infections and selecting effective and safe antibiotics as our previous laboratory tests often confirmed the accuracy of the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test.
It has become a routine procedure for the evaluation of temporo-mandibular problems. It is particularly helpful in localizing the exact location of hidden problems which are difficult to pinpoint.

Furthermore, many dentists in Japan have started using the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test to prevent serious allergic response and shock by injecting local anesthetic, since Dr. Akira Fukuoka, D.D.S., Sc.D., of Tokyo published articles in Japanese dental journals indicating that all his patients who had a history of strong reaction to the injection of local anesthetic for the dental proceedure also showed striking response to Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, and therefore the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test can be used as a quick and simple screening method of detecting potential allergic reaction to local anesthetic before injecting it in patients. Since our experience with the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test has proven it to be a very simple, inexpensive and accurate diagnostic method, without use of sophisticated instruments, we have been teaching the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test and its imaging method as one of the most important diagnostic methods for our dental students, as well as for dentists who attend our post-graduate courses, for which I am a faculty member.

The undersigned declarant declares further that all statements made herein of his own knowledge are true and that all statements made on information and belief are believed to be true: and further that these statements were made with the knowledge that willful false statements and the like so made are punishable by fine or imprisonment or both, under section 1001 of Title 18 of the United States Code and that such willful false statements may jeopardize the validity of the application or any patent issuing thereon.