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CEU Exam 19: "Improvement in Circulation Using the Radial Appliance"
2 A.R.E. CEUs

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Instructions: Click on the best response for each statement.

1.  The Radial Appliance is an electrical device intended to balance the subtle energies of the body.
  True
  False

2.  The first reading given on the Radial Appliance was given by Edgar Cayce in __________.
  1910
  1915
  1920
  1925

3.  In Cayce's time the most common name for the Radial Appliance was the "Radio-Active" Appliance in recognition of the atomic radioactivity associated with the device.
  True
  False

4.  Electrically the Radial Appliance is a capacitor, and produces no voltage of its own.
  True
  False

5.  Typically, the Radial Appliance is connected to the body by wires with electrodes made of ____________.
  nickel
  German silver
  copper
  stainless steel

6.  For improving circulation, one electrode of the Radial Appliance is connected to the wrist, and the other to ______________.
  the opposite ankle
  the right side of the abdomen
  the neck over the carotid artery
  none of the above

7.  The Radial Appliance is similar in construction and use to the __________.
  Howell radionics machine
  Chapman electrodermal appliance
  Eeman biocircuit
  Richard's sinusoidal appliance

8.  The Radial appliance was specifically recommended by Edgar Cayce for persons with migraine.
  True
  False

9.  During the appliance sessions most participants were able to feel or sense the action of the appliance just as Edgar Cayce had predicted.
  True
  False

10.  The results of the two studies discussed in this paper tend to confirm the hypothesis that the use of the Radial Appliance can warm the hands.
  True
  False

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