Myth – Higher Voltage is more irritation


One of the main keys to this technology working IS the higher voltage.

The weaker machines with longer bulbs, while they can be relaxing, are not going to be as therapeutic.

Buyer Beware: Some of the weaker units claim to go up to 700,000 volts, but are actually nowhere near that.

A general rule of thumb is that one inch of corona discharge (or spark) of the unit is equal to about 100,000 volts.

Some of the weaker units have barely any corona discharge at all which means that are lucky to be even a 100,000 volts.

These companies selling lower voltage machines may tell you the high voltage is irritating and the lower voltage is relaxing, but remember the higher voltage unit reviewed here HAS a solid state Tesla coil and software power control to produce high voltage, low voltage and anywhere in between.

Some studies indicate that high voltage is KEY to selectively inactivating pathogens, bacteria, and viruses.

Perhaps the MOST important benefit from these machines IS the high voltage therapy, so DONT BE FOOLED!

Only one machine on our reviews will allow the user to adjust the output voltage from 0 to 500,000 + volts. Other units that produce no corona discharge, (which means low voltage, around 100,000 volts), don’t provide the user the option to select their preferred voltage.

The TRUTH is higher voltage is more HEALING.

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Myth – Longer and Bigger Tubes are Better


The idea that longer tubes effect the frequency OR emit more photons than smaller tubes is FALSE.

Frequency is 100% dependent on the gaseous element used as each element has a very precise frequency spectrum. The geometry of the tube, or whether a tube is larger or smaller makes no difference.

The number of photons emitted depends on two variables, the voltage applied and the amount of gas. While it’s true that longer tubes will contain more gas, the units that use the longer tubes, TESLA ENERGY LIGHTS and SEAD 3000/6000 have much smaller Tesla coils and hence much weaker voltages. So the actual number of photons emitted, may or may not be more than the smaller tubes on the higher voltage devices.

But one thing is certain. The size and geometry of the tubes does nothing to influence the frequency output.

The TRUTH is longer tubes do not effect frequency AT ALL, and longer tubes may or may emit more photons.

Myth – AC and DC Units are Different


While it’s true that AC and DC power sources have different distinct properties, the visible light spectrum is the same as well as the polarity of magnetic fields around the Tesla coil.

Using DC as opposed to AC removes the 50/60Hz ‘noise’ and helps generate a cleaner signal. It’s like starting from a clean slate, allowing us to do what we want to do.

Interestingly only the BioCharger™ NG provides dual DC power supplies for the reasons above and for efficiency, cooling and lower profile design.

The TRUTH is that AC and DC units emit the EXACT same frequency spectrum as tested independently.

Myth – The Coil on top of the VIBE is safer and more Effective than the Rodin Design


This is false, and some of the claims made by the Quantum Pulse company, Vibe Technologies, are suspicious at best. Do not believe any of the fear mongering tactics they will tell you.

All models of the BioCharger™ past and present, have the widest range of voltages due to their exclusive use of the highly unique vortex-based geometry Toroid coil design. This design helps produce a wider, denser, and richer range of harmonics, according to Dr. Norman Shealy at Holos University, who had the chance to personally evaluate both the Vibe/Quantum Pulse and BioCharger™ units with university equipment, including an oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer in/around ~2005.

The TRUTH is that the Biocharger™ NG produces a wider, denser and richer range of harmonics according to independent testing.

Myth – The VIBE Machine was the first BELS unit.

The VIBE unit came well after BELS-BioCharger, and the BELS-BioCharger is in fact listed and cited as basis for the VIBE, so proving that Gene Koonce copied the BioCharger™.

  • ORIGINAL BELS BioCharger U.S. Patent # 5,908,444 [June 1997] [Azure … et al. (Girard)];
  • ORIGINAL / MODIFIED BELS BioCharger U.S. Patent #6,217,604 [April 2001] [Azure, Girard et al.]


  • ALLEGED VIBE Machine U.S. Patent #6,933,819 [Aug 2005] [Koonce]
  • Admission in Koonce Patent: “Various types of electro-magnetic field generators have existed.

For example, U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,908,444 and 6,217,604 [Azure, Girard] describe electro-magnetic field generators that are capable of generating multiple frequencies. These patents are specifically incorporated herein, by reference, for all that they disclose and teach.”

The fact is Ralph Suddath brought the original BioCharger™ to Gene Koonce and Gene reverse engineered it and called it the VIBE machine (now called the Quantum Pulse).

Myth – The Original BELS unit was incomplete and the SEAD completed and improved on it. Or They invented it…

This is more marketing hype. Kent Noonan and Mark Hoffman only copied the original BELS unit and actually made it smaller and weaker with bigger tubes.

If you look at the Tesla coil, it is obviously smaller and logically weaker.

Nowhere in any patent or agreement is anyone listed as the inventors, who manufacture the SEAD or Tesla Energy Lights, which is shown in their product literature. There is an agreement that acknowledges them as
co-inventors of a version of BELS Advanced Technology Concepts. This version is clearly defined in Appendix A. The title is called BELS. It defines specifically which BELS that are acknowledged as inventors.

This version uses a flat spiral pancake coil as an extra coil. It was a 4ft by 4ft by 2 feet. It weighed about 200 pounds and required special shipping. Advanced Technology Concepts did not sell this version very long. According to the agreement, they have no claims to any other versions of the BELS Advanced Technology Concepts manufactured. Appendix A was drawn up by Kent Noonan.

With respect to the technology as defined above, Kent Noonan and Mark Hoffman acknowledge that
they have no claim to the technology.