Oberon System Quantum


Oberon Quantum System – Manual


Program update 
Program screens
Automatic mode
Client management
How to select a client
How to add a new client?
How to edit an existing client?
How to delete a client?
How to add a client’s photography
How to add/read notes on a client
Automatic data collection
Scan detail
Localization and data collection detail
Additional localization
Quantum harmonization
Adding a new schedule
Adding clients to a plan
Setting structure filtering for clients
Schedule settings
Editing an existing schedule
Delete a schedule
Main control elements
How to delete a scan
Curve analysis
All – overview
Energetics – overview
Energetics – table
Energetics – history
Sample lists
General controlling
Energetics in pentagram
Chromosome analysis
Structure detail
Structure filter dialogue
Electrode calibration
Calibration process
Other features of the calibration dialogue
Important – dos and don’ts for smooth operation


Tip: When the program is starting, the animation can be skipped by clicking the left mouse button

Program update

After starting, the program automatically tries to find the newest version and offers the installation. This function requires internet connection.

It is strongly recommended that you always update to the newest version, since the new versions contain fixes for different problems, improvements or completely new functions.

Program screens

When starting the program, the main menu, which can lead to the individual parts of the program, is automatically displayed. The main menu contains these three main items

  • Manual mode
      This mode allows to manage clients and start scanning and semi-automated programs
  • Quantum Harmonization
      This part allows to plan a completely automatic harmonization for individual clients for any duration, which will start automatically at the set time without the user’s presence
  • Diagnostics
      This mode allows to examine the collected data of individual clients, perform their analysis by means of many additional functions, set final recommendations and print data

The main screen also displays the current status of the automatic harmonization schedule:

  • If there is no schedule entered, the information that nothing has been scheduled is shown
  • If there is at least one schedule in the system, the information on the date and time when the closest schedule starts is displayed
  • If the time to start the schedule has come, the information box lightly flashes and displays the currently scheduled client to be processed, and also the countdown to starting the program.
    • This allows you to postpone the automated program, if necessary, when you need to work with the program at the given moment
    • By clicking the flashing box with the client’s name, you add 5 minutes to the countdown to the start of the automatic program
    • By clicking the box with the time countdown, you change the countdown to 15 seconds – use this option when you no longer need to work with the program and you want the automatic program to start as soon as possible
    • You can safely switch to another part of the program. The automatic program will by no means start if the main screen with the countdown is not open. Thus you do not have to worry that the automatic program will start while you are working with the program manually. After returning to the main screen, the countdown will continue. So do not forget to return to the main screen after you finish your work, so that the automatic program can continue.

The main screen also contains a button to exit the program and restore the backed up database.

Automatic mode

In the manual mode of the program, you can manage individual clients and start semi-automated or manual scanning or harmonization programs. You can enter the automatic mode by clicking “automatic mode” on the main screen.

The manual mode main screen will display a list of clients and the option to start automated programs.

Client management

Adding new clients, editing, deleting and starting data collection can be done at the manual mode main screen.

How to select a client

Important: Before any work with a client, make sure you selected the right client.

  1. Highlight the client’s name in the client list
  2. Click Select client
  3. Wait until the program finishes loading the selected client’s data from the database

Tip: If you have too many clients on the list, you can filter the list by entering any word (or its part) into the Filter box, for instance a part of the name or surname. This temporarily hides the clients who do not match the entered word. You can cancel the filter by clicking the red cross to the right of the box.

How to add a new client?

  1. Click the Add new client button
  2. Fill in the individual boxes, mainly Name, Surname, Sex, Date of birth and Place of birth.
  3. Check whether all the boxes are correctly filled in and whether you didn’t forget to enter any of the information
  4. If you want to add a photography of the client, follow the steps in “How to add a client’s photography”, but you can leave it empty and add it later
  5. If all the data are correct, click Save, which adds the client to the client list
  6. Select the newly added client by following “How to select a client”, so that you can work with them further

How to edit an existing client?

If you need to correct wrong or add new information for an existing client, or add or update their photography, use client edit:

  1. Select the client in the client list
  2. Click Edit client
  3. Make the necessary changes by filling in or overwriting the appropriate boxes, or by adding the photography
  4. Click Save so that the changes become valid

How to delete a client?

In case you want to permanently remove the client from the database including all their recorded data, use the option to delete a client.

  1. Select the client you want to delete in the client list
  2. Make sure you have selected the right client – in case of a mistake, you will lose another client’s complete data
  3. Click Delete client
  4. The program will once again ask you, if you really wish to delete the given client. Confirm by clicking Yes
  5. Wait until the program deletes the client from the database

How to add a client’s photography

Besides text data, it is advisable to add also a client’s photography to the program. The photography can be added either from an existing file or captured by the computer’s webcam.

  1. Make sure the edit client dialogue is open. It opens either when adding a new client or when editing an existing client.
  2. If there is an existing photography available, click From file and use the dialogue to find the photography file and open it
  3. If you want to take a new photography using the computer webcam, click Webcam capture a. It is possible that the Windows system will ask you to select a webcam. You can keep the default settings and press OK. If more dialogues appear, always press the OK button
    • a) It is possible that the Windows system will ask you to select a webcam. You can keep the default settings and press OK. If more dialogues appear, always press the OK button
    • b) A white screen will appear (it slightly lights the client up for the photography) with the preview of the current webcam picture in the middle
    • c) Make sure that the client is in the middle of the preview picture
    • d) If you are happy with the preview, click Capture
  4. As soon as the photography is selected, a small thumbnail appears. Click Save to confirm the client’s new photography

How to add/read notes on a client

Each client has their own card in the program, where you can enter any information you need, for example various notes and other pieces of information which do not have special boxes.

  1. The client whose card you want to open must be selected first. Follow the steps in How to select a client.
  2. As soon as the client is selected, click the Client’s card button in the top left corner of the screen
  3. A new window with a text field will open. You can enter any information into this field. If you have entered some information, it will be displayed here. The text can be edited at will.
  4. Clicking the red cross closes the dialogue, all changes save automatically

Automatic data collection

The Oberon program can automatically start different modes of data collection, which are used for later analysis. You can either use the predefined programs or you can set the details of data collection as you need.
Important: Before you start any work, make sure you have selected the right client – click on the required client in the list and then click the “Select client” button. The currently selected client is shown in the top left corner.
Before you start the automatic scan and data collection, it is advisable to configure it as needed. The settings influence both the total program running time and the amount and type of data which will then be used for diagnosis. The configuration sets two main phases:

  • Scan detail
  • Collected data detail

Scan detail

In the first part of the automatic scan and data collection, various structures of the client get scanned (sections, organs, cells…) from which then data for diagnosis are collected. Detail of the scan part can be set in the menu to the right of the Structure filter caption. This menu offers the following scanning modes:

  •  Express
  •  Normal
  • Detailed
  • Complete
  • Custom filter
  • Don’t scan

Express, Normal and Detailed preform an adaptive scan – the program automatically chooses structures to scan based on the scanned data, so that it provides the most data for structures in the worst condition. The Express mode chooses minimum of structures to scan and thus takes less time, on the other hand Detailed chooses more structures, which increases the scanning and data collection times, but at the same time provides a more detailed analysis.

The Complete mode performs scanning of all structures and takes the longest time of all the modes, but at the same time provides the most complex diagnose.

In the mode Custom filter, you can choose particular structures or groups of structures which you wish to scan. If, for example, you are interested only in digestive system structures or just basic sections, you can limit the scanning to these only and thus reduce the overall program running time. If you choose this option, you must choose the structures to scan by clicking Select to the right of the menu. Work with the structure selection dialogue is described in the part of this manual called “Structure filter”.

The Don’t scan mode is a special mode which skips the scanning and uses the last available scan to collect data. If there is no last scan available, the program does not finish. This option should be used mostly by advanced users.

Localization and data collection detail

After the scanning phase, there is the second phase – detailed data collection and localization. In this phase the program automatically localizes the worst points in the structures and collects detailed data for the diagnosis from them. Localization and data collection configuration is divided into several phases:

Preparation categories
In the top right corner, you can find various preparation categories, which the program can collect and use for diagnosis. All of them are checked off by default, except for Biochemical Homeostasis. By checking or unchecking the individual categories, you can choose which categories of the preparation you want to collect. If some of them are of no interest to you and you do not need them for the diagnosis, you can uncheck them and thus shorten the program running time by skipping these categories.

In addition, the category Food supplements has its special configuration, which allows you to choose brands whose food supplements you want to collect and show in the diagnosis. This configuration can be opened by clicking the button to the right of Food supplements, which shows the current number of food supplement producers you want to collect.

After clicking this button, a new dialogue with a list of brands and number of products in the database for each brand will open. Uncheck all the producers on the list which do not interest you and which you do not want to collect or show in the diagnosis. After finishing all the changes, do not forget to click Save.

Collection detail
While scanning, a large number of preparations for individual points are created, however, only the preparations with indication/burden level above a certain value are relevant for the diagnosis, therefore it is advisable to only collect the relevant preparations and thus save time significantly.

Therefore, for each point, the program collects only the preparations under a certain level, which are set in the box Collect up to, but at the same there is a limit for number of preparations collected for one point in the box but at max x records.

These values do not normally need to be changed directly. Use the options Fast, Normal and Detailed under the caption Data collection settings, which contain these predefined values suitable for most cases. Mostly the options Fast or Normal are applicable. These predefined values also contain definitions of structures which will be localized and number of points localized for each structure.

If you need to change these values, choose Custom. This makes the edit boxes available for custom values.

At the same time, you can open a dialogue for point configuration by clicking Set points.

Localization points setup
If you need to adjust the localization configuration, that is, the number of points to be localized for the individual structures, you must go to Data collection settings, choose Custom and click Set points after the dialogue point localization configuration appears.

This dialogue contains a list of all structures (in case of custom filter only the structures selected for scanning) and the number of points which will be localized for the given structure in the column Points. If the number of points for the given structure is zero, the given structure will automatically not be localized.

The number of points for localization can be changed in several ways. The most basic way is to write values directly into the lines – click the box with the number of points for the corresponding structure and write a new number.

If you want to set larger groups at once, this method is not very convenient. The dialogue offers several ways how to set the number of points for localization for whole groups of structures.

At the beginning of each collective setting, set the number of points you want to collectively set into the box Number of points. Now you must select for which group of structures you wish to set this value. Use the buttons to the right of Set this value for all:

  • Sections – sets the value for all basic sections (corresponding to the category Basic sections)
  • Basic organs – sets the value for all basic organs (corresponding to the category Selected organs)
  • All Else – sets the value for all structures which do not fall into the category Sections or Basic organs
  • Shown – sets the value for all structures currently shown in the list – use together with filters – by selecting structure categories in the bottom left corner menu of the dialogue, or by using the field Search
  • Only selected category – sets the value for the category currently selected in the bottom left corner menu and at the same time sets the number of points for all other structures to zero. This option leads to localization of only the structures from the selected category and cancels localization for all other categories

Important: All options except for Only selected category do not change the values for the structures from other categories, so you can gradually set different values for different categories (including zero, which deactivates localization for the given structures) by repeating the described process.

If you want to set some values manually as well, do so after the collective structure settings, otherwise the individually set values could be rewritten.

Starting the program
As soon as you have configured scanning and data collection according to your needs, click the Start button and let the computer work until the message about finishing the program with the collected data statistics appears. The program runtime can vary from a few minutes up to several hours depending on the set details of scanning and data collection.

Additional localization

As soon as the data collection is finished, you can collect and localize additional structures by means of additional localization, if needed. You can activate it from the page with the list of structures.

First make sure that only the structures you wish to additionally localize are checked off. Then click the Localize checked button in the top right corner. A dialogue will appear, in which you can set the localization and data collection (but not scanning, which has already been performed, so it is not necessary to scan again) in the same way as when setting regular localization. Clicking the Start button starts the localization itself. Wait again until it finishes.

Important: Check whether really only the structures you wish to additionally localize are checked off and not those that have already been localized.

Quantum harmonization

In this part of the program, you can create schedules for fully automatic harmonization for individual clients, which will then start at the set time, for example at night when the computer is idle.

In the top part of the screen, you will find a list of clients in the database, at the bottom then a list of schedules. Every schedule contains the starting date and time, a list of clients scheduled for the given time, the type of scan and then the number of meta therapies. The schedules can be set to repeat at an interval.

Adding a new schedule

If you want to add a new schedule, click Add new schedule, which creates a new schedule and activates its editing. The most important part of each schedule is the clients, who will be harmonized. As soon as you set everything you need for the schedule, save it by clicking Save. Or you can cancel the changes you made by clicking Cancel.

Adding clients to a plan

If you are in the schedule editing mode, you can decide which clients will be harmonized in the given plan. To add a client, select them in the client list in the top part of the window and click Load client. This will add the client into the list on the right, under the caption Selected clients.

If, on the other hand, you want remove an added client from the list, select them in the list of selected clients on the right and click Remove.

You can also adjust the order of clients to be harmonized in the selected clients list. To change the order, select one of the clients and use the buttons with dark arrows up and down to move them to the desired position in the list. The clients will be harmonized from top to bottom.

Setting structure filtering for clients

In the default state, the harmonization of each client is performed for all scanned structures. However, you can set a custom filter for each client in the selected clients list – that is, the list of structures you wish to harmonize.

After you set the filters, select a client in the selected clients list and click Structure filter. This opens a structure filter dialogue. Work with this dialogue is described in the Structure filter part of this manual. Using this dialogue, you can select which structures will be harmonized and confirm by clicking Save.

For easier orientation, every client in the selected clients list with a structure filter has the number of filtered structures in the brackets.

Schedule settings

Each schedule must have a starting date and time. You can select them in the menu to the right of Start time while editing. You can also enter the data using the keyboard.

Select also the basic type of scan which will be performed before harmonization by selecting the appropriate mode to the right of Scan.

Select also the number of meta therapies for three levels of structures: green, red and brown. If you do not wish to perform any meta therapies at the given level, set the box to zero.

If you wish the set schedule to repeat regularly, check off Repeat at interval and enter the program repeat interval in days to the box on the right.

Editing an existing schedule

If you need to edit an existing schedule, select it in the schedule list and click Edit selected schedule. Then proceed similarly when adding a new schedule.

Delete a schedule

Schedules can also be deleted in a similar manner. First select the schedule to be deleted in the schedule list and then click Delete selected schedule.


In the diagnostics mode, you can view the measured data and perform their analysis by means of various additional functions and then print them as well. You can get into the diagnostics mode by clicking “Diagnostics” at the main screen of the program.

First it is necessary to select a client to be diagnosed. Select the required client in the list and click “Select client” which starts the analysis.

Important: The data analysis is a rather time consuming process – do not press any buttons or click your mouse while the analysis is running, it must be finished before you can continue. The current analysis status can be seen in the top right corner. The length of the analysis depends on the speed of your computer and the amount of data for the analysis.

After the analysis is finished, a card with frequency curves analysis is displayed. The analysis contains several parts, between which you can switch by clicking the tab with the corresponding name. At the top page, you will find general information and basic control elements for the analysis.

Main control element

The top part of the analysis contains basic information about the analysis and control elements. You can find here the following information:

  • Name of the client whose diagnosis you are viewing
  • Overall energetics – the average energetics of all structures from the last scanning
  • Total number of relevant samples – shows the number of samples which were used to create the diagnosis (it is often significantly lower than the total number of scanned samples, because it contains only the samples with certain values important for the analysis)
  • Total number of points – sum of all energy samples from all structures from the last scan
  • Total number of centers – sum of all centers – points used for localization and detailed analysis
  • Analysis progress indicator – always wait until this indicator gets to the end and announces that the analysis is finished; it is not possible to work with the analysis before that

Here you can also find the following control elements:

  • Analysis filter – menu in the top left corner
    • By default the option <All> is chosen, which includes all structures
    • By clicking the menu, you can select various categories of structures and perform the diagnosis only for certain structures
  • Select scan – to the right of Date
    • By default the program loads the last scan
    • By clicking the menu, you can select and load older scans

How to delete a scan

If, for some reason, you need to delete one of the client’s scans (e.g. you selected and scanned a wrong client by mistake, or it contains unimportant data and so on), first load the given scan by selecting the corresponding date of scan from the Date menu and then click the Red cross to the right of the date. You will be asked, whether you really wish to delete the scan.

Check if the displayed date is the one you really wish to delete (if you make a mistake, the accidentally deleted scan cannot be restored) and if everything corresponds, click Yes. The scan will be deleted and you will be returned to the client selection screen.

Curve analysis

In the tab Curve analysis, you will find tools for diagnostics from frequency curves of individual structures. This page allows comparing distances (differences) between the red and the blue curve. This page contains several parts:

  • Overview of differences for individual frequencies (upper part)
    • This table contains a list of individual scanned frequencies (in the column f), relevant categories of organs corresponding to the given frequency (column Meaning) and the found minimums, maximums and averages of curve differences calculated from all curves of the individual structures
    • This table allows to quickly find the frequencies at which the red and blue curves often diverge for more structures
  • Overview of differences of individual structures (bottom right part)
    • Unlike the differences at individual frequencies, this table shows minimums, maximums and average differences across the whole frequency spectrum for the individual structures
    • This table allows to quickly find the particular structures with the highest dispersion of curves
  • Graphical representation of curves (bottom left part)
    • It shows the graphical representation of the individual curve analyses.
    • It shows frequency curves of the currently selected structure in the table to the right
      • Shows blue and red curves.
      • If the given structure has been localized, the curves of the individual centers are depicted in darker red and blue line
    • It also contains the curves showing the differences across all analyzed structures
      • Yellow: Optimum (does not change)
      • Blue: Average distance of all curves at the given frequency
      • Orange: Maximal found distances at the given frequency
      • Purple: Minimal found distances at the given frequency
    • This representation graphically reflects both tables

Tip: The tables can be sorted according to minimums, averages and maximums by clicking the header of the given column.

  • By sorting according to minimum, you will quickly find the curves which do not cross at any point (they have a non-zero distance across the whole spectrum)
  • By sorting according to average, you will quickly find the curves which have the largest area between them and they are mostly significantly distant in the whole area
  • By sorting according to maximum, you will quickly find the curves with the most prominent peak distances at the given frequency

All – overview

On this page of the analysis, you will find the list of all localized structures and an overview of the collected data. The name and thumbnail are displayed for each structure for fast orientation. The structures also contain overview graphs for the individual diagnosis categories. The four latest scans are displayed (if they are available), which allows you to compare how the individual values change in time.

The individual scans are always on the same line for each structure. The date of the given scan are displayed on the left side. The most recent scan is always on the last line for each structure. Each line contains the individual statistics

  • Energetics (calculated from the energy points) on the very left
  • The rest of the graphs always display the worst found value for these sample categories:
    • Pathogens
    • Allergens
    • Illness entropy
    • Other remedies
    • Homeopathic remedies
    • Allopathic remedies
    • Food

Energetics – overview

This overview is analogous to the page “All – overview”, with the difference that it contains all the scanned structures, that is, also those that were not localized. Thit is also why it contains only the overview of the four most recent energetics scans without detailed data.

Energetics – table

This overview displays the energetics for only the last scan and, unlike the overview, it does not allow comparison in time.

With this overview, you can quickly compare and find the structures with the worst energetics in the most recent scan – by clicking Level, you can sort the table by the individual energetics values.

Energetics – history

This table is a more complicated variation of the energetics table, which allows you to compare the individual energetics scans in time vertically.

Each column contains one scan with the stated date and on the individual lines you will find the values for the structure on the left. If the structure has no data for the given date (it has not been scanned), the field will be blank.

Sample lists

The analysis contains another three tables, whose controlling is the same, so they are described together. These tables contain lists of individual samples – preparations, burdens and entropy analysis. They are the tabs:

  • List of burdens
    • Pathogens
    • Allergens
  • List of remedies
    • Allopathic
    • Homeopathic
    • Food supplements
    • Food
    • Herbs
  • Entropy analysis

These tables contain the complete list of samples and preparations across all structures scanned in the given scanning and thus combine the individual samples of each structure into one compact complex analysis.

General controlling

Each table always contains the name of the given sample (pathogen, illness or preparation) and the corresponding category it fits into. The individual items are also colored according to the category for easy orientation. Then it displays the burden or indication, which represents the suitability or effect strength of the given sample. This information is displayed both graphically for fast visual orientation, and numerically – lower values mean higher indication. The highest found indication (the lowest number) is always displayed.

The column # then displays the number of structures, where the given sample was found, which helps with the diagnostics – the more often the given sample appears in several structures, the more attention it needs. The entropy analysis also displays the entropy analysis number.
The last column Structures contains a quick overview of the structures where the sample has been found. However, because usually not all the structures can fit into the list, you can open the complete list by clicking the given sample in the table – that opens the complete list of all structures, where the preparation has been found with the indication level in the brackets, in the top right corner above the table.

The table can be sorted by the individual columns by clicking the column heading. This way you can display the samples with the highest indication level or the highest number of findings at the top of the table.

In the top left corner of the table, you will find the control elements for filtering the table entries. By checking or unchecking the boxes by the individual category names, you can hide or display the samples from the given category. For example in the List of remedies, you can display only foods and herbs by unchecking all boxes apart from these two.

By moving the scrollbar left or right, you can filter out the samples with the indication/burden level above the given value and make the table more clearly arranged.

Energetics in pentagram

The program creates an analysis in pentagram from the scanned data, where the different structures are divided into five categories: Fire, Wood, Water, Metal and Earth. This diagnosis is available under the tab Energetics in pentagram.
This section has several sub-tabs:

  • Overview: Displays the percentage values (average) of the individual categories in pentagram
  • Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood: Display the detail – list of all structures in the corresponding pentagram category and their values

The detail of the individual parts can be accessed either by clicking the colored circle of the given category in the overview, or by clicking the corresponding tab. You can get back to the overview by clicking the tab Overview.

The category details have two possible display modes, which can be switched by checking off the given mode to the left of the tabs:

  • Table (current): Displays only the current values from the currently loaded scan
  • Overview (last 4): Displays the 4 most recent scans available for each category

Overview print / save as PDF
If you need to print the energetics in pentagram overview or save it as PDF, switch to the tab Overview and click the Print or PDF button in the top left corner of the picture.

When printing, you will be asked to select a printer and print settings (dialogue details depend on your printer), when exporting to PDF, you will be asked about the location where you want to save your PDF file.

A more detailed print of tables is available under the tab Print.

Chromosome analysis

The program collects data from parts of chromosomes and subsequently analyses them. If you have collected these data, you can display them in the tab Chromosomes.

The chromosome diagnosis is divided into several parts. The main part is a table filling the most of the right side of the screen, which contains a complete list of findings. It has the following columns:

  • Name: Name of the found problem (it is possible that the same finding is in the table more than once – however it has been found in a different chromosome)
  • Findings: The number of cases from all available scans, in which this record has been found. This information allows to decide how important the finding is – the higher number of findings, the higher significance
  • Category: Category of the chromosome set where the record has been found

By clicking any of the records, details will appear:

  • The top left part displays a diagram of the corresponding chromosome set, in which a circle marks the point where the record was found
  • The bottom left part displays a list of all the scan data in which the record was found

The last part is an overview of categories under the chromosome diagram in the left part of the screen: It contains a list of all chromosome categories in which the records have been found and a total number of findings.

By clicking category in this table, the chromosome diagram displays the corresponding picture and circles all the points at which the findings were collected.

Structure detail

For each analyzed structure, it is possible to open a window with the details and data for the individual structure and thus analyze the particular data of the individual organs, sections or cells. The structure detail can be opened from the majority of analysis pages by double clicking the given structure name.

  • All – overview: double click the structure name or picture
  • Energetics – overview: double click the structure name or picture
  • Energetics – table: double click the line with the given structure name
  • List of burdens, List of remedies, Entropy analysis: click one of the samples to display the list of found structures and subsequently double click one of the structures in the list of findings in the top right corner
  • Curve analysis: double click the structure name in the table with the list of structures and their minimums, maximums and averages

The structure detail contains several parts. In the top part, you can find the name of the given structure together with the overview of the most prominent values identical to the tab All – overview. In addition you can find detailed information divided into four tabs:

  • Latest data overview
  • Compare points – alongside
  • Compare curves
  • Compare points – in one

The tab Latest data overview contains a collection of graphs and tables from the last loaded scan. Here you will find a map of energy points and visualization of curves. If localization was performed for this structure, you will also find tables with the individual category sample overview and preparations collected from structure centers in this tab.

On the page Compare points – alongside, you can find graphs depicting energy points of the last four scans at maximum (if they are available), allowing comparison of point changes in time alongside.

The page Compare points – in one is similar, however it does not display the last four graphs alongside but in one: using the data table and thumbnails to the right, you can switch the currently displayed graph and thus compare the energy point change in time.
The page Compare curves is an analogy to comparing points alongside, but it depicts the last four energy curves.

Energy point graph
Energy point graphs graphically represent the individual points in the areas of the corresponding structure and at the same time a few statistics and additional data:

In the top right corner, you can find the date of the scan to which the graph belongs. Under the date there is the percentage rating of the given structure energetics, followed by the number of individual point categories.
Here you will also find the total number of scanned points in the given structure and the number of centers, that is, points which were localized for the given structure.

Energy point graphs offer an alternative method of visualization in the form of energy map, which displays the data in the form of smooth transitions and areas where the yellow color corresponds to the best points and the dark blue to black colors to the worst points. You can display this map by clicking Energy map in the bottom right corner of the given graph.

The calculation of the energy map is a more demanding process; therefore it can take a while for the map to appear after clicking, depending on the speed of your computer.

You can return to the individual point visualization by clicking the button again as it now reads Energy points.

You can collectively switch between the two types of visualization for the tabs Compare points by means of the Energy map/Energy points button.

Frequency curve graph
Frequency curve graphs represent global curves of the given structure with bold lines and curves of the individual centers in thinner lines. The optimum is represented by the yellow line.

Placing the mouse cursor over this graph, you can move the green cursor on the horizontal frequency axis, and thus display the specific values of the curves at the given frequency in the right part of the graph.

By clicking the mouse, you can freeze the cursor at the given place (it changes color to yellow), click again to unfreeze it.

Structure filter dialogue

The structure filter dialogue can be found in two parts of the program – in the manual mode and quantum harmonization. The functions and controlling of this dialogue are the same for both parts, therefore they are described here.

The dialogue contains the list of all available structures in a table with three columns. The first column Scan contains check off boxes – the structures that are checked off are selected to be processed. The column Structure name contains the name of the structure as it is in the program and the column Category contains a list of categories into which the given structure belongs divided by a semi-colon for better orientation. Each line is also colored according to the primary category of the given structure for better visual orientation.

The list can be sorted by the category name by clicking the column Category (by default) or by the structure name by clicking Structure name.

A more convenient orientation method is filtering by categories, which is located in the bottom dialogue and by default displays the virtual category <All structures>, which displays all of the structures.

By clicking this menu you open the list of available categories and by clicking any option you filter to display only the structures belonging to the given category in the list. This way you can individually display different categories and select their structures. All structures can be displayed again by selecting the category <All structures>.

The list can also be filtered by using a keyword by writing at least a part of it into the Search box. For example by entering the word “brain”, you will display all the structures which contain the word “brain”. You will cancel this filter by clicking the red cross to the right of the box or by simply deleting the text.

Important: Filtering the list of structures is only a visual tool for better navigation and it is not selecting the structures. If you hide structures that were checked off from the list by using a filter, these structures will still be selected.

Check off all the structures you wish to process in the Structure filter dialogue. You can check the structures off individually or you can use the function to check or uncheck all.

For this purpose there are the Select all and Deselect all buttons. These buttons check or uncheck all the structures currently displayed in the list. For instance if you select the category basic sections and click Select all, all the structures in the category basic sections will be checked off. The other structures (currently filtered out) will remain unchanged, so you can repeat this process for other categories and check off several categories. The function works also when using keyword filtering.

The Check only selected category button works similarly with the difference that it unchecks all the structures outside the currently displayed category.

As soon as you finish selecting structures for scanning, confirm your selection by clicking Save. Alternatively, you can cancel the changes and close the window by clicking Cancel.

Electrode calibration

Since every person has different electrical properties and every environment in which the device is operated can have a different level of electromagnetic noise, it is advisable to calibrate the electrode sensitivity for each client.
The current state of the electrodes can be found in the bottom part of the screen on most of the program’s screens. It contains two buttons:

  • Electrodes – switches between telemetric transmission
  • Calibrate – opens the calibration dialogue

Calibration process

1. Place the electrodes freely on a table and click Calibrate Noise
2. Wait until the noise calibration finishes
3. Hold the electrode and click Calibrate Person
4. Wait until the person calibration finishes
5. If the calibration passes off all right, save the calibrated values by clicking Apply calibrated values

Other features of the calibration dialogue

  • Calibration graph – this graph displays the following curves
    • Grey – signal from the electrodes
    • Blue/yellow – current scan
    • Green – measured values of the client
    • Red – measured values of the noise
  • Current feedback information – displays whether the feedback is current, whether it is lost, or whether the signal is lost
  • Current reading – numerical expression of the current scan
  • Dampening level – you can adjust dampening of sudden signal changes with a scrollbar. High values ensure higher stability of scanning, but they can slow down the program responses, for example the loss of feedback can be more frequent
  • Headphone output intensity – you can adjust the intensity of the signal which is sent to the headphones and set it to a comfortable level which is heard by the client but is not disturbingly intensive


Important – dos and don’ts for smooth operation

  • Make sure that the computer is plugged in. Only work in the battery mode if it is absolutely necessary. If the battery dies in the middle of the program operation, the data can be damaged or lost.
  • Do not close the laptop lid when the program is running – putting the computer to sleep mode and then waking it again can disrupt the running of the program, especially in the automatic modes
  • Turn off all unnecessary programs, especially the programs which display special messages and notifications on the screen (such as Skype). These messages can disrupt the automated programs and stop the Oberon program
  • While an automated program is running, do not press any keys and do not move the mouse. Pressing keys can disrupt the running of an automated program and lead to loss of data
  • If the program encounters an error and displays a fatal error message (which does not disappear by itself), do not try to repair or continue working with the program. Always close the program and restart it. Any attempt to continue working can lead to loss of data or disrupt the program installation

The NLS diagnostic method

The device Oberon was created to analyze ongoing changes in organs and histological structures in order to quickly assess the physical condition. The device serves for dynamic control of homeostasis and predicts the development of complications and determines the phases of treatment. This diagnostic device enables the physician to significantly shorten the time of assessing and describing the state of the body as a whole system.  The device is designed to detect changes in organs and histological structures and enables to:

  • obtain a qualitative assessment of the functional state of the body in terms of the current analysis
  • check the efficiency and results of the therapeutic methods employed
  • assess the adaptive capacity of the body
  • analyze the dynamics of changes in the functional state of the body during the treatment
  • reveal the nature of the primary source of functional imbalances
  • define the nature of pathology using expert systems
  • assess the main variable factors of homeostasis.

The device operates on the principle of multiplication of the original signal with the disintegration of metastable structures. The information about the specific current status of the organ is acquired on non-contact principle with the help of activation server which is developed thanks to new information technologies and a system of microcircuits. The sensor records faintly recognizable signal fluctuations which are selected from field characteristics of common statistical noise. The sensor converts them to a digital sequence processed by a microprocessor and finally they are converted to a computer via an interferential cable.

The magnetic moments of the molecular currents in complex centres which are formed by nerve cells of the cortex and affected by external electromagnetic fields lose their original orientation. It results in detuning of rotating structures of delocalized electrons and causes unstable metastable conditions in them and its disintegration acts as the original signal.

In terms of physics the device is a system of electronic oscillators resonating at the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation while the energy corresponds to the energy that disrupts the dominant bonds which maintain the structural arrangement of the objects studied.

The device enables to create patient´s set bioelectrical activity of neurons in the brain and unlike them it can selectively amplify signals which are hardly recognizable from statistical fluctuations (resonance phenomenon).

Diagnostics – The device processes the data for the following ratings:

Spot characteristics

At the example of the intestinal tract there are visible areas on the set organ that are screened by the device. Loading of particular studied areas of the organ are expressed by colourful spots.


 1. 01  The level of the lateral functional activity
 2. 02   The level of the optimal control
 3. 03   Changing the characteristics in the direction of a higher level, the load status of the regulatory system
4. 04   Asthenia of regulatory mechanisms
 5. 05  Compensating disorders of adaptation mechanism
 6. 06 Decompensation of adaptation mechanism, extensive pathological phenomena


Spectral frequency characteristic (curves)




The spectral characteristic of the measured structure is related to the resonant frequency range from 1.8 Hz to 8.2 Hz. It is necessary to find connections between colours, frequency (curves) characteristics, frequency curves intersections etc.

In this structure – longitudinal section head – there are all kinds of tissues from the bones to the brain system. Red and blue curves represent the spectrum of the physiological state of balance and allow the differentiation of acute, subacute or chronic state. The ideal condition of the body can be considered the case where the shapes and positions of the input curve (red) and output (blue) signal are identical, or at least they intersect each other. If there is spacing between red and blue curves it means the loss of information and greater burden on the measured structure.


In this picture there are apparent certain amplitudes in the frequency curves. At the same time the created latent fields are apparent. These fields are delimited by the red and blue curves and always belong to specific frequency and spectral range.  Specifically, there are latent fields at frequency 3.4 Hz, 4.9 Hz and 5.8 Hz. The end of the spectrum is disturbed by turning off the system and when the measuring is not completed until the end of frequency characteristic. More serious problem according to frequency characteristic can be found at organs which belong to particular resonant frequencies – 3,4 and 5,8 Hz.


Furthermore it is important whether the blue line is higher than the red line. It represents the ability that even if there is load measured on the organ, the internal energy of the organ is sufficient to balance the disorder. Contrarily, if the red curve is over the blue curve, it may mean that the regulatory mechanisms of the organ cannot balance the failure.


Curves should be in the middle of the chart roughly at the number 3 (as in the picture). If both the red and the blue curves are between numbers 1 and 2 below, it means that the problem on the organ is acute (inflammation etc.). If they are between numbers 4 to 6 it points out that the problem on the measured structure of the body is rather chronic.


Particular tissue frequencies lie in the following frequency spectra

Around 1.8 bone and dental incisal

1.8 – bone tissue, dental incisal, connective tissues of thin and long fibers, heart valves, aorta.

Around 2.6 connective tissues


2.6 – fixed ligaments, joints, heart chambers, heart valves, cardiac muscle, hyalin cartilage, skin, tendons, erythrocytes, ferrum, nose, larynx, bronchial wall, platelets, elastic connective tissue, blood vessels

Around 3.4 muscle tissue


3.4 – striated muscle tissue, skeletal muscles, cardiac muscle, smooth muscles
Around 4.2 monolayer and multilayer epithelium


4.2 – a monolayer, simple, multilayer surface epithelium, lining the blood lymph vessels (endothelium) and mesothelium (aorta, pericardium, peritoneum epithelium)


Around 4.9 digestive system, the genitourinary system


4.9 – eosinophils – multilayer and transitional urothelium, kidney board, pancreas, bile ducts, bladder, reproductive organs, uterus, gastric mucosa, intestinal mucosa, fallopian tubes, surface epithelium, duodenum, small and large intestine


Multilayered epithelium: Respiratory – the airways, tubes, vas deferens, epididymides, oral cavity

Alimentary canal, rectum, vagina, cornea and connective eye tissue
Multilayer horny epithelium: epidermis


Around 5.8 lymphatic vessels, the endocrine system
5.8 – lymphatic system – the lymphatic vessels , annulus in the throat, upper respiratory tract , tonsils, lymph system , lymphocytes , lymph nodes, spleen , mammary glands , uterus


Around 6.6 – adrenals, the hypothalamus, the airways (bronchi)

6.6 – respiratory tract: bronchial and pulmonary epithelium, bronchioles, alveoli, bronchi

Nervous system, small and large tracts
Endocrine system – ovaries, thyroid gland, thymus, pancreas, prostate, adrenal glands


Around 7.4 airways , sensory organs , central nervous system
7.4 – brain structure : the hypothalamus, the tribal brain , pituitary, brain lobes , gray cortex , the structure of the lower cortex , dental bridge , cerebellum , medulla oblongata , the pineal gland


Around 8.2 brain structure and sensory organs

8.2 – cerebral cortex, the central parts of the sensor organs, neuron, axon, dendrite, neurite, synapse, retina, optic nerve, brain white matter


A Vegeto test


A Vegeto Test button allows us to determine the suitability (of the value) of any medicine, drug, food or affirmations verbal and numerical. After clicking on this button there appears a window and there you type a description (eg. vitamin C). A given sample you can simultaneously insert on the device and click on OK. The suitability of the preparation on the physical organism you subsequently evaluate using the button Analysis +.




Recording information


Activating the button Recording Information you can produce so called informatics into the carrier of balls of sugar or water. From the database you select an organ preparation, homeopathy etc. that the device determined as suitable for the client and with the start button you upload it into a carrier chosen by you.