Communication of Cells

Microorganisms communicate with each other and multiply.

Dendritic cells and T-lymphocytes comunicate and synergistically, with PEMF therapy, fight infection.

Mankind has been doing research on cells for ages. Researchers are still finding new information.

Basic functions of all cells (on top of fixed functions based on type of cell and location in the body) are:

  • cellular energy or ATP production
  • absorption of nutrients
  • removal of debris or waste
  • regeneration


The cell membrane is where communication occurs in the cells.

Through electromagnetic discovery, modern science has invented measuring techniques which has increased the understanding of electromagnetic bio-communication of cells.

It is extremely important that the cell membrane maintain a proper voltage. As per Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Otto Warburg’s research: Healthy cells have TMP voltages (transmembrane potential) from 70-90 millivolts (mV) or above. At this level, cells are charged and you have abundant energy and health. When the cell becomes sick/damaged or cancerous, its voltage drops to 15 mill volts (mV).

Hence, when a cell becomes sick/damaged or cancerous, it’s transmembrane potential (TMP) voltage drops. When the transmembrane voltage is low, the cell membrane channels cannot function properly, thereby leading to the disease of the cell.
Cells communicate by coherent signals that ensure that data is transferred accurately between them. Cells have both internal and external pacers.


  • Internal pacers are natural and provide rhythms and biochemical reactions within the cells of the body
  • External pacers come from the environment and are usually man made. They can include, but are not limited to: wifi, satellite rays, pollution, GMO’s, etc. These external pacers have negative effects on the cell.
  • PEMF therapy can reverse these negative effects.


As the effects of external pacers increase, the more the human body needs to work in order to receive the positive effects of internal pacers.

The aim is to have constant and consistent communication between cells.

This depends upon the cell membrane’s ability to function properly which in turn relies on the cellular charge or TMP voltage.