L. E. Eeman
British airman and inventor Leon Ernst Eeman, R.F., (May 15, 1889 - December, 1958) was the creator of the Eeman screens and proponent of his theory of the X Force, which he discovered after being disabled during the First World War (during which he served as an RAF officer, 2nd Lieut.) and sought to treat himself "by making unconscious processes conscious."
His Eeman biocircuits (or Eeman relaxation circuits, Eeman screens — pictured right) are formed using insulated copper wires, sometimes attached to copper mesh screens, that reportedly allow human bio-magnetic energy to be connected in such a way as to promote heightened states of relaxation, healing, and general healthfulness.
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