History and Work of Bob Beck

From developing a pocket radio in 1937 at the age of 12, followed by a talking flashlight at age 15, Bob showed an early affinity for new and emerging technologies. Bob also developed a portable photoflash, lighting equipment used in many of the MGM musicals of the early 1950s, and much, much more…Bob was a rare individual who could both identify a need and create the solution.

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Beyond his many inventions, degrees and awards, Bob’s true passion was in designing technologies to improve the lives of others. His mission was simple:

“...to give people back to themselves and deliver them from the hands of vested interests...”

This calling manifested in the early 1990s with the creation of products for health—blood electrification (micropulsing); producing colloidal silver; an electro-magnetic pulse generator; an ozonator for drinking water; and in the 1980s, a Brain Tuner utilizing harmonic frequencies.

Bob’s passion was to create simple technologies for health. His desire was to make them readily available to people throughout the world. He lectured widely all over North America on what eventually became known as the Beck Protocol. He only charged to cover the cost of photocopying the instructions for building and using the units.

Like many of history’s creative geniuses, when Bob passed away in June 2002, he died without receiving widespread recognition for the health protocols he developed. Bob Beck’s health protocols are used today around the world by individuals from all walks of life who share in the desire to take their health and destiny into their own hands.

Bob shared his knowledge, his expertise, and his time freely during his lifetime. It is our mission to continue the legacy of his generous spirit.

Mood Modification with ELF Magnetic Fields: A Preliminary Exploration

Using his sophisticated instrumentation, Bob wrote of his discoveries of how extremely low frequencies have the ability to alter human behavior. Published in an Archaeus Journal in 1986.

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“Occult” Influences in Health and Disease

After inventing a portable, yet amazingly sensitive instrument, to detect and measure subtle vibrations, Bob wrote of the threat these energies pose. In the article, he explains his reason for using the term “occult.” Published in the Archaeus Journal, Summer 1984.

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The Psychedelic Visual Effects for The Trip

In "Creating the Psychedelic Visual Effects for The Trip,” Bob Beck describes the techniques he used and provides a glimpse into his experiences working with Roger Corman to produce the movie. Bob’s unique and original psychedelic effects for the movie speak of an era in his life when his accomplishments in photography led to a teaching position in cinematography at the University of Los Angeles in the 1960s.

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An Introduction to My Research

Explore! Volume 8, Number 4, 1998.

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Bob Beck Biography

Bob's Life at a Glance

The amazing reach and variety of Bob Beck’s work and accomplishments are featured in this short biography and synopsis of his achievements.

Read Brief History of Bob's Work and Interests

Bob shared his knowledge, his expertise , and his time freely during his lifetime.
It is our mission to continue the legacy of his generous spirit

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Articles and Handbooks by Bob Beck

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Bob’s Life at a Glance

The amazing reach and variety of Bob Beck’s work and accomplishments are featured in this short biography and snopsis of his achievements.

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