By Hans Felder
It was the year 1999 and everything was going wonderfully for us. My wife Erika and I really had everything that other people only dream of. We had a good marriage, lived in a lovely house and were both employed in the real estate and property development sector. Over thirty years we had built up a really impressive company with up to 45 employees, and our actions were confirmed on a daily basis by its extraordinary success.
From the outside, there was no reason to consider any kind of change. We were both more than contented; despite this, we gave up everything “at the drop of a hat” and decided to follow a completely new path, although there seemed to be no reason for us to do this. But let’s start this unusual story from the very beginning:
Erika – who, as the owner of a very successful real estate company, was very busy at work – suffered time and again from terrible neck tension. “Typical office job,” we assumed, and went to all sorts of specialist doctors and physiotherapists for advice. But the attacks became increasingly worse and the diagnosis of the doctors increasingly vague at the same time. No physical cause could be established despite all the technical and health examinations and so the cause was blamed on stress and computer work. Erika’s painful odyssey took two years without the slightest tendency for improvement coming into view.
Until one day an employee suggested that Erika consult a natural health practitioner. Wolfgang Paliga carried out a very unusual examination procedure. He tested his patients with a rod. We later discovered that this method is called radiesthesia. The prompt diagnosis from the natural health practitioner was: “You have a problem in the area of your upper cervical vertebra and also from the effects of vaccination and toxins. Furthermore, in the upper cervical vertebra area, you are lying on a water vein which has been twisting your third cervical vertebra for two years.”
Genius or quack?
At first, we were speechless and didn’t know if we should trust such “humbug”. “He’s bonkers” was my first reaction. We have been living in the same house for 17 years; where is a water vein supposed to have come from in the bedroom all of a sudden?” But the pain was stronger than our doubts and Erika remembered suddenly that we had moved around the bed exactly two years ago. She embarked on this unusual treatment. Following a toxin removal, the natural health practitioner reset her cervical vertebra and recommended that we move the bed back. As an alternative, he showed us a small steel pipe that was apparently able to eliminate the pathogenic effect of the water vein. Our entire house would be neutralised with this measure, and free from geopathogenic radiation and electrosmog. We decided to take this option. We acquired this device (memonizer) and my wife became immediately free of pain. This was the moment which changed our thinking, and later our actions, completely.
The point of no return…
Actually, we could hardly believe it, but the effect was so overpowering that we started to explore this issue in more depth. We had already specialised in ecological building in our real estate work, but this was something totally new. I had many conversations with the natural health practitioner, who impressively demonstrated the effectiveness of a chip that protects you from electrosmog when travelling; I was so impressed, I got in touch with the developer, Winfried M. Dochow. His ideas and developments were absolutely new to me. He led me into a holistic world which had previously been hidden to Erika and myself. Filled with enthusiasm, I explored the material more and more deeply over the course of a year and accompanied Mr Dochow to events and client appointments where I was continually impressed by the surprising effectiveness of his devices. Eventually the point of no return arrived. Erika and I were full of enthusiasm for his products and wanted to help many more people in restoring their sense of balance and discovering the energising correlations of holistic effectiveness. Winfried M. Dochow was fully in agreement with this, because he is developer through and through and did not have enough time to market and sell the memonizer. After a very eventful year that had pretty much turned my ideas and philosophy around, I decided to give up my very successful property developer company and start again, right from the beginning. It was a decision which had far-reaching consequences and needed to be planned down to the last detail; after all, I was responsible for numerous flourishing companies and – above all – for a large number of dedicated employees. But I was longing to concentrate one hundred percent on memon – as we called our new company – in order to allow more people to benefit from this technology. A lifetime aim that not many people around me could share. Erika needed some more time before she could dedicate herself to memon completely. After all, she too needed to find a trusted successor she could pass her real estate business and employees on to in good faith.