- I received a call this morning from Johanna Beck, wife
of Dr. Bob Beck , that Bob passed away last night in Anaheim, California
from heart failure. He was 77 years old.
- Dr Bob Beck obtained national attention during the 1990's
for his health-expo lectures and public exposition of a healing protocol
known as http://educate-yourself.org/bioelecindex.html "bioelectrification"
or "blood electrification", a simple electronic therapy that
was discovered to stop the replication of the virus that causes AIDS. Subsequently,
Bob discovered that many other serious health conditions, including malaria,
responded favorably to blood electrification. Many thousands, perhaps hundreds
of thousands, of people, worldwide, have benefited enormously from the
use of blood electrification due to the lecturing efforts of Robert C.
- Bob Beck never had anything to sell and often titled
his talk as http://educate-yourself.org/products.html#bobbeckvideos "Take
Back Your Power". He wanted to get the information out to the public
that it was possible to cure yourself of serious, life threatening diseases
without turning your life and wallet over to the drug medicine industry.
He repeatedly averred that established medicine was more interested in
http://educate-yourself.org/forbiddencures.html "managing" your
health problem, rather than curing it; although they paid ample lip service
to the latter. 'Managing' health problems translated into a continuing
stream of income for medical insurance companies, hospitals, and health
care providers alike, while 'curing' a patient meant a lost customer. Today,
many people agree with Bob's long held assessment of the myriad drawbacks
to the allopathic health care system and have turned their attention towards
alternative and natural health therapies such as colloidal silver or magnetic
pulsing, which Bob Beck played a leading role in popularizing during the
- Beck informed his audiences that they could produce a
natural and powerful germ fighting colloid mineral called "colloidal
silver" by simply hooking together three 9 volt batteries and two
pieces of pure silver wire into a basic low voltage electrolysis circuit.
While commercial suppliers were asking $60-80 for a small 2 or 4 oz. bottle
of colloidal silver in the early 90's, Bob Beck demonstrated to his audience
that it could be made for "pennies to the gallon". He made a
magnetic pulser using a camera flash attachment and a coil of enameled
copper wire wound on a plastic spool from a discarded video tape. The magnetic
pulser could zap organisms hidden deeper in body such as the bones or the
lymph system. Bob Beck was granted his first patent in 1947 for, ironically,
the electronic camera flash attachment. .
- During the mid 80's , Bob developed a palm sized 'black
box' called the "Brain Tuner". The Brain Tuner was able to balance
the electrical activity of both hemispheres of the brain which produced
similar effects to that of a Russian invention that costs nearly one quarter
of a million dollars and nearly as bulky as an office desk. Bob found that
alcoholics and drug addicts could get off drugs in about a week without
suffering withdrawal symptoms by using the Brain Tuner. He thought he had
a winner and went around to several alcohol and drug detox clinics to show
them his one week, no pain cure from drug addiction. They all thought it
was very interesting, but said "no thanks". Apparently, they
weren't interested in 'no stinkin' one week cure. The traditional 3, 4
or 6 month detox regimen was just fine with the clinics.
- Bob Beck spent a good part of his life showing people
that they could cure themselves of serious disease conditions and didn't
have to be indentured to the drug companies, established medicine, or the
health insurance industry. We owe him a great debt of gratitude. Gob Bless
you Bob Beck and thank you for all you've done to aid humanity.
- Funeral arrangements are pending, but will be posted
to this web site when announced. Letters or cards can be sent to Mrs. Johanna
- c/o Educate-Yourself PO Box 3046 Costa Mesa, CA 92628
- A larger retrospective on Bob Beck's work and accomplishments
will be written in the near future.