Yes, there has been a 2021 version of the software released by TWO companies:
QX World in Hungary released their software called OMNIS around middle of 2021. It’s only for the newer devices, like Quex S instead of SCIO.
Huge drawbacks: The background programmes are parcelled out and you have to pay separately for them:
- 3D Body Viewer
- Quantum Prayer
- Quit Smoking
- Disease Dictionary
And probably Iridology too. I know this because a former patient of mine was led to buy a Quex S — I didn’t receive any sales commission or even a ‘thank-you’, and unfortunately I don’t have the time to help her with questions she has. I assume that her trainer / seller here in the UK is now taking good care of her in teaching her how to use the Omnis software. As stated at the start of this blog post, I’m swamped with work and expanding conciousness / awareness / services and more, so I do always welcome other people in this field of energy medicine.
I believe in collaboration rather than competition. However, I also have no tolerance for incompetency and especially not for people who make excuses rather than owning up to their mistakes or faults. Admitting mistakes is the best way to learn and grow from them — especially when other practitioners can help sort things out.
There’s a heck of a lot of ego in this field, though. People who own these machines have paid thousands of Pounds, often tens of thousands — and with all these programmes and capabilities, they almost develop an arrogance of ‘playing God’ and being able to do whatever they want, cheating age and reading the unconscious of others. It’s unfortunate that we device owners can’t play together better.
This Romanian company is run by the inventor’s ex-wife, Ildiko Nelson. They have created a new device that I’ll highlight in a blog post soon. In short, the device is far superior due to its gold plating, new electrode harness design, and fabulous software.
The new software INCLUDES all the background programmes listed above that QX World parcelled out for individual sale at like, €1,500 per programme. Yeah, not cheap. Nothing ever is with that company. I remember years ago having to pay €200 or €250 for a second software install on a different laptop.
The new software by Quantum Medical also allows for a report to be generated within a minute and exported as a 40-some page PDF. It’s clear, easy to read and includes explanations of values and measurements for clients / patients.
QM’s new software also does away with the butterflies, dancing… eyeballs or whatever those things are in calibration… and other things that make the software appear unprofessional and strange. My opinion is that a professional medical tool should be impersonal and focused on serving the Greater Good — so, no pop-up reminders that it’s the birthday of Desi’s child, for example, and no pictures of the inventor everywhere within the software. The tool should work simply and effectively, without extra bells and whistles — because after all, people can choose to look up the Wikipedia page of the inventor if curious. The point is serving the Greater Good, not getting praise and recognition for it.