Slim Spurling 1938-2007
– Born in South Dakota
– Enlisted in the US Naval Reserve
– He attended Colorado State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in forestry and botany, with a minor in mycology and biochemistry. He also took post-graduate classes in chemistry.
– Slim quit his graduate courses in chemistry when he became frustrated with the orthodoxy of academia.
– Upon leaving school, he became a blacksmith for 20 years
– He “rediscovered” Tensor Rings in 1991
– In 1993 Slim co-founded the Geobiology Research Association
– Slim used tensor rings for energizing water, healing, environmental cleanup, releasing and redirecting geopathic stress, and changing weather patterns.
What are Tensor Rings?
– Tensor rings tap into an infinite field of energy that is neither electric nor magnetic
– Water passed through tensor rings becomes immediately phosphorescent.
– Tensor rings act as a room temperature superconductor.
– Tensor rings produce only life-affirming energy (proven with Lecher Instrument and other technologies).
– Tensor rings bring order to chaos, and have paramagnetic (antigravitational) effects.
– Native Americans’ knowledge of this field effect is found in hogans. The wooden posts framing the structure are all pointed with their North Pole facing skywards and their southern pole facing the earth. This created a clean, inviting, and energetic interior environment by creating an active energy vortex within the hogan.
Tensor Rings Sizes
– Not all lengths of wire will work as tensor rings. The current understanding is that only rings of certain lengths will resonate with certain frequencies in the Quantum Field in order to generate energy (similar to piano keys that are in harmonic resonance with other keys).
– There are now at 19 known cubit measurements, although many feel there were at one time many more of these sacred measurements, many of which are waiting to be rediscovered.
– The ones discovered to date have names such as Sacred, Lost, Empowerment, Straight Line, Black, Remen, and Teotihuacan.
– One of the ways cubit measurements are found is through the study of ancient ruins.
– The original cubit measurement “rediscovered” by Slim Spurling was the Lost Cubit, which comes from the Great Pyramid in Egypt. The measurement of the Lost Cubit is roughly 20.6″.
– Slim Spurling determined that, just like piano keys, one could take the standard cubit and multiply or divide its length to produce other viable sizes of rings. These variations include 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 cubit lengths as well as 1 1/2, 2, 3, and 4 cubits.
Effect of Gauge and Size on Tensor Ring Energy:
According to Slim Spurling, the gauge wire used and the size of the Tensor Ring affect a ring’s energy. The thicker the wire and the larger the ring, the greater the energy.
See how the size and gauge of a Tensor impact the size of field it impacts:
Imprinting Copper Wire With Intentions
– Just like water, copper is a crystal and can be programmed with specific intentions.
– One can imprint for love and gratitude, for healing, for energy and structure in water, cleaning out old water pipes, increased gas mileage for your car, better tasting wine, etc.
– The imprinting process is accomplished by holding the appropriate intention while twisting and shaping the copper wire.
We solder all our Tensor Rings with 18 gauge copper solder to both minimize the inclusion of unwanted materials and provide the closest possible color match.
Ordering Tensor Rings
We manufacture our own line of Tensor Rings, and personally twist the wire and imprint the intention of love and gratitude into each Tensor Ring.
We are currently making and selling Water Tensor Rings in the following sizes based upon the Lost Cubit measurement
– 1/2 cubit (approximately 3 1/4” diameter) – 8 gauge copper wire
– 3/4 cubit (approximately 4.8″ diameter) – 8 gauge copper wire
– 1 cubit (approximately 6 1/2” diameter) – 6 gauge copper wire
Use the following chart to determine which Tensor Rings are right for your purpose:
1/2 cubit (~3.2″ diameter) Water Glasses, Faucets
3/4 cubit (~4.8″ diameter) Small Water Pitchers, Shower Heads
1 cubit (~6.4″ diameter) Large Water Pitchers (1 gallon or bigger)