MARS III The MARS III is the computer-aided "Multiple Analytical Radionic System" of Bruce Copen Laboratories. The MARS III consists of a Master Control Unit, and the Software "Scope 4" can be easily installed into a PC computer. The Unit and the Software allow the individual modules to function.
Scope 4 Scope 4 is the radionics software that was specifically developed for the MARS III. The Manufacturer claims it to be easy to use for the computer layman and can also be used to drive the other classical radionic instruments from Copen Labs.
How does the MARS III work? The MARS III uses radionics to treat the patient. The device has a large data bank of over 14,000 radionic rates that include:
The radionics analysis is carried out using samples of substances (blood, nail, hair, urine, etc.). With the MARS III, the sample (radionic witness) is placed in the device input channel and the built-in scanner is claimed to digitally convert the sample, then stores this digital representation of the sample on the hard disk of the PC. Thus the sample only needs to be scanned once and it is claimed treatment can be done without the patient being present.
Treatment is claimed to be achieved by testing against predefined tests built in to the software database. Once radionic rates have been found, they are then claimed to be "projected" to the patient.
The Color Tuning Module on the MARS III is claimed to be programmed to balance the patient using various ranges of naturopathy. This is meant to be harmonic with and composed to mathematical laws of music. Each sound is given a color and in the spectrum are representations of various treatments including; acupuncture, bioresonance therapy, homeopathy and others.
The Electronic Homeopathy module on the MARS III is said to be programmed with rates for corresponding homeopathic tinctures. These rates are then used to treat the patient.