The NLS diagnostic system reads, processes, and analyzes the information identified from the electromagnetic wave output signal emitted by the human body, so that the characteristics, origin, and degree of potentially harmful processes can be determined. Metatron decodes this information during the diagnosis process and can also roughly predict future health conditions.
Scanning is done through a magnetic sensor, which is a special trigger sensor that can measure the state of cells in the body, as well as the activities of bacteria, parasites and other infectious agents. Metatron's goal is the subcortical brain-the largest repository of information about ongoing processes in the organism.
The information received during the short-term diagnosis process is converted into digital signals, which are then decoded and analyzed by Metatron's unique medical software. METATRON's software database contains over 10,000 spectral standards for various preparations, diseases and specifications.