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COLLECTION OF RESEARCH STUDIES OF
INSTITUTE OF PRACTICAL PSYCHOPHYSICS
VOLUME II
PHYSICAL BASICS OF
INFORMATIONAL INTERACTION
Dedicated to 85th anniversary of the
Academician Svyatoslav Pavlovich Nesterov
Edited by V.I. Nesterov, the President of International Non?linear
Diagnostic System Academy, full member of
Medical?Technical Academy.
CONTENTS
PSYCHOPHYSICS AS NEW PRIORITY IN MODERN
SCIENCE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4
THEORY OF QUANTUM ENTROPY LOGIC — TRIUMPH
OF MODERN NATURAL SCIENCE ……………………………………………………………. 28
ENTROPY LOGIC THEORY OF THEODORE VAN HOVEN
AND EXPANDING HORIZONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS …………………… 34
PSYCHOTRON WEAPON — NEW STRATEGIC
DIRECTION OF DEVELOPMENT OF ARMS SYSTEM
OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES ……………………………………………………………………… 52
PATENTS:
METHOD OF INCREASING RELIABILITY OF BIOLOCATION
STUDIES ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…… 56
TORSION DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM UTILIZING NONINVASIVE
BIOFEEDBACK SIGNALS BETWEEN THE OPERATOR, THE
PATIENT AND THE CENTRAL PROCESSING AND TELEMETRY
UNIT ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 65
LETERATURE ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 78
ANNOTATION:
QUANTUM STATISTICS OF NONLINEAR TERMINAL
EVENTS ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 86
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mental set and desirable erudition the author tries to fill such a gap. Upon offer?
ing a hypothesis the scientist fearlessly and, to my mind, quite correctly uses
knowledge from different areas: cosmology and philosophy, psychology and crys?
tallography, cybernetics and genetics.
In order to corroborate his positions the author quite often applies to the lat?
est scientific theories and hypotheses being outside of established scientific para?
digm and not universally recognized. Nevertheless, such an approach seems to be
quite reasonable even by availability of serious theoretical substantiations and
experimental confirmations.
Vladimir Nesterov is one of the scientists for whom the world is not limited by
visual reality. But at the same time regardless to numerous temptations the author
takes sufficiently weighted stand. A “razor blade” he is neatly balancing on lies
between two everlasting extremes — ancient empirical experience quite often
bungled in psychological clothes of mysticism and esoterics, from the one hand,
and the science as specialized kind of human activity, from the other hand.
The history of scientific cognition is a field of daring suggestions and their
permanent retractions. Opening new horizons of science before readers the
author insensibly involves them into co?work and co?cognition as well as induces
them to revision of established views not only on the problem of the human but his
place in the universe as well. Psychological effect of this work is intensified by the
fact that during narration the author continually touches serious problems of
world view nature. This is very actually nowadays when mankind is challenged
by the problem of survival in many respects related to the insistent need of urgent
development of a new paradigm of existence, consciousness and activity.
Nesterov successfully combines carefulness of a scientist with respect to read?
ers and understanding of their interests. This fact does not scare readers away by
scientific and especially pseudo?scientific terminology. The present work is not
bureaucratic philosophizing but vivid and distinct statement of own sometimes
unexpected views. Precise putting questions and originality of consciousness per?
fectly combines with the author’s ability to narrate about complex things intelli?
gibly and clearly.
Academician A.N.Berestov
More and more scientists are inclined to the thought that our world is not only
material objects and that there is another layer of reality — a certain global
information field of the Universe, i.e. something like space library in which enor?
mous volumes of information are stored. Ancient Hindus called these areas of
delicate world as Akashi chronicles and modern scientists as energoinformation
field or semantic field of the Universe…And an area in which human thoughts,
PSYCHOPHYSICS AS NEW PRIORITY IN MODERN SCIENCE
V. Nesterov
The work you are holding in your hands now is somehow epochal. It is itch?
ing to seal the cover with the stamp of “XXI century”. Of course, main facts set
forth therein were known much earlier. But they were scattered in hundreds and
thousands of inaccessible publications, but above all their combinatorics, inter?
pretation and understanding looked differently and added up to a tough as
Procrustean bed alternative of “either — or”, of course, in favor of scientific
approach and to the prejudice of na?ve and old?fashioned popular illusions.
Nowadays, when mankind has stepped with one leg into the information age,
its previous views on the world and itself therein are undergoing serious correc?
tion exceeding all previous intellectual revolutions in the scopes and conse?
quences.
A phantom longing for recent perception of the customary and comfortable as
worn?in shoes visual environment, genome decoding unwittingly reminding
atomism of Democritus can not hide the fact that psychology of virtual realities,
logic of nonlinear processes, philosophy of unstable states, hybrid structures and
composite scientific disciplines are currently getting out to the field of knowledge.
Active formation of natural and related thereto abstract sciences is taking place
as a new philosophy of invisible.
The things that seemed to dissipate upon approaching to the “scalpel” of
impartial scientific arguments unexpectedly start merging therewith creating a
detonating mixture of new consciousness and information civilization.
We have to do V. Nesterov’s creative impudence due honors as his uncommon
work is in the course of growing tendencies.
The author of this fascinating work can be reasonably referred to represen?
tatives of so called deviant science — deviating from conventional orthodox cri?
teria and views. Seemingly conflicting with established conceptions this area of
science in general plays quite positive role. It not only reveals shortages of exist?
ing theoretical models but offers its own conceptions and cognitive strategies. The
“Russian school” is always notable for such a scientific dissidence. The gone XX
century was no exception. Just let me mention names of such thinkers as K.E.
Tsyolkovsky (“Space philosophy”) A.L. Tchizhevsky (heliobiology and influence
of the Sun on historical processes), D.L. Andreev (metahistory), L.N.Gumilev
(theory of passionarity) to make it sure… It can be said for sure that as many
modern Russian scientists studying connections between natural and human
things Vladimir Nesterov keeps on this tradition… Practically all work is devot?
ed to phenomena not being explained yet by the classic science. Having wide
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information. It seems unbelievable because from the school?time the most
comfortable concept of time sits in our consciousness. It can be well illus?
trated by habitual graphs where a direct arrow (flow) of time is always direct?
ed rightwards, i.e. from the past to the future and time itself is linear as a
bridge or a board thrown across the precipice: one wrong move and you are
dead. It is obvious to pupils, but not to scientists. Nowadays they are increas?
ingly inclined to other models.
There are even the most uncommon hypotheses. Some scientists suppose
that a set of worlds equal by their history but shifted in time relative to each
other can exist simultaneously. Then it is enough to look into the required
parallel world in order to get in the future (or the past). Others set up a
hypothesis on availability of two counter?current flows of time. The first flow
— coming from the past to the future and more intensive — we take it as our
own. Scientists explain many chronoanomalies by interaction of these flows.
Whether counter?current flows by any reason get balanced, then real bodies
as if fall out of time and can even disappear from our reality. Whether the
counter?current flow suddenly excess our own one, then it is possible to find
ourselves in other time…
Professor of the Pulkovo observatory N.A. Kozyrev (1908?1983) devel?
oped its own conception of time. Not going into details let us make a note of
the most important for us — conclusion of the scientist: “The future already
exists; therefore it is not surprising that we can observe it right now”.
This idea said by the scientist’s mouth is stunning. But the most interest?
ing that Kozyrev has experimentally proved its hypothesis. By pointing closed
(!) by the cover telescope objective at one or other star the astrophysicist
learnt out to “catch” and measure so called “flows of time” coming from them
not only from the place where the star is visible (it is long ago in some other
place because it moved meanwhile the light came to us), but as well as from
the place of its present and even future position (!) ? from a place where it will
come, for example, in some thousand years. For purity of the experiment the
telescope was also pointed at the place where by accounts the star shall be
never. In this case there was no flow of time. So the conclusion is single:
nowadays information comes both from the past as well as form the future.
The same was proved by American scientists G. Puthoff and R. Targ but
in absolutely different way. Making an experiment on telepathic transfer of
visual images for long distances they unmatched actions of the inductor
(transmitter) and the percipient (receiver) by time without informing them.
Result? By words of the researchers, the percipient received telepathic images
with 80% coincidence… an hour before they were oscillated by the inductor.
Research of such demonstrations of human perception which at first sight
ideas, historical and personal events are stored is called noosphere, i.e. the earth
part of the universe knowledge bank.
The cosmic archive contains information on everything: the past and the
present, possible variants of the future, ideas and creative intentions… As far
back as in April of 1982 academician M.A. Markov told at the meeting of the
Academy of Sciences of the USSR the following: “information field of the
Universe by layers and structure reminds a matreshka where each layer is hier?
archically connected with much higher layers up to the absolute and except of
information bank is a regulator of onset of destinies of people and mankind”.
“Nowadays we can speak that so called Semantic Universe or semantic space
co?existing with our temporary space and, moreover, revealing in it is appearing
before our eyes”.
Professor V.V.Nalimov
“Where from does the consciousness extract huge volumes of information? It
is typical that almost all knowledge of exact sciences was obtained by intuition
rather than by logical and formal way. This connection was able to be explained
by existence of a certain information bank which the consciousness is interacting
with…The information bank itself pretends to be a set of independent stable
objects of phantom type that nevertheless are not created by individual con?
sciousness but is reflection of universal ideas existing as if outside of time and
space. And the brain pretends to be peculiar biocomputer…There is every reason
to believe that new knowledge appears as a product of interaction of conscious?
ness with the environment, a certain information field. And such interaction is
psychophysical one by its nature”.
Academician А.Е.Akimov
Scientists believe that there are certain channels and passages between our
physical world and the world of ideas allowing moving both ways. So, we can
get in that world and pick up some information.
Thus, a famous physician David Bome that had been cooperating with
Einstein for many years thinks that our world (the one we know) is merely an
aspect of reality, its evident or comprehensive order. And its generating
matrix is the hidden order, i.e. the sphere concealed from us, in which time
and order are rolled up.
As we have no concept of time in “those” worlds, so we have no speed con?
cept there as well. Thus, transfer of information takes place under laws other
than ones of our physical world, i.e. instantly. Probability thereof was proved
by English scientists from the Royal Research Institute “Signals and radar”.
They designed a special device that allowed them to prove instant transfer of
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tial sense. After all, “virtual” in literal translation from Latin means “possi?
ble”, i.e. able to appear under certain conditions. This means that there is a
certain project of the future in the energoinformation field containing differ?
ent variants of developing of situations including those ones that will never
occur. In this sense our physical world is a part of the Universe, its sphere
where realization of variants takes (or does not take) place. Whether it is
right, then it is obvious that a person somehow is a real master of his destiny
and we are free to choose our way of life.
It can be said that a destiny of each of us is like a branchy tree. In a sense,
we are similar to ladybirds that crawl higher and higher in order to finally fly
up to the sky from the highest point. Not returning but only periodically
looking back at the traversed path, we move forward by tree of destiny to our
last start. But how can we choose the best way? How can we do it, if we have
not the most important thing, i.e. “map of life”? How not to be tempted at the
fork by alluring but hopeless side branch?
We make plans and accounts, consider and think over, seemingly, to the
smallest detail… But life very often gives us surprises shattering our plans and
magnificent projects. The mind is not able to foresee all steep turnings and
risks prepared for us by the future. It is beyond our abilities.
Is there any opportunity to look into the future still?!
Conventional division of the world to the material and the inner ones is
conditional. This is united world similar to Moebius loop, which opposite
sides is united surface in fact. The world of physical objects (“commodity
world”) and the perception world (“world of ideas “) is a single whole in fact.
The human is a competent resident of both the worlds. In principle, he
shall perceive the world in its fullness. Perhaps, it was peculiar to our ances?
tors. But at a certain phase the human had to focus on physical (material)
objects of the United World. Trying to enjoy fruits of the “tree of cognition”,
to cognize these physical objects the human industriously developed his
rational mind. The logic got stronger, the “ratio” filled increasingly large
place in the human consciousness gradually suppressing initially laid in abil?
ities of other (out?logic, irrational) perception of the world. We have enjoyed
fruits of the tree of logic cognition. They turned out to be bitter. We got stuck
in the physical world and ability to sink into the Ocean of the universe cogni?
tion had been gradually weakening and fading… but, fortunately, did not dis?
appear at all. Sometimes each of us inadvertently looks into the stock of uni?
verse depository, although even not guessing it. Being readers of the “space
library” as usual we unknowingly use it. And then we speak on intuition and
strikening, wonder at presentiments and prophetic dreams…
Nowadays it is established for sure that in certain situations — as a result
present a sort of ability called by us as foresight has been being performed in
the electronics and bioengineering laboratory of Stanford Research Institute
for already three last years. The phenomenon lies in ability of some people to
receive information form the sources inaccessible for common perception
and considered as protected from such access as well as to describe such
sources thanks to some mental processes.
More than 50 experiments were performed in controlled laboratory envi?
ronment with people whose ability to perceive information from distant
objects is developed so that sometimes it allows to describe in details topo?
graphic and engineering objects — buildings, roads, laboratory equipment
etc.
During laboratory experiments it was established that the main phenom?
enon, obviously, embraces a complex of subjective states that depending on
character of literature are called as “autoscopy” (medicine literature), “exte?
riorization” and “disassociation” (psychology literature), “clairvoyance”,
“movable clairvoyance” and “off?material experience” (parapsychological lit?
erature), and finally “astral foreknowledge” (occult literature).
(Puthoff G.E., Targ R. Perceptive channel of distant transfer of informa?
tion. History of the matter and the latest researches // TIIER (Works of the
Institute of electronics and radioengineers).USA. 1976. No.3.Vol. 64)
The work conducted by R. Targ in Stanford Research Institute showed
that it was possible to train in foresight i.e. ability to predict the future with?
in some terms (seconds, minutes and so on).
(American magazine “Electronics”, 1974. No.3)
The same effect was registered by academician of the Russian Academy of
Medical Sciences V.P. Kaznacheev in Novosibirsk during international
experiments on distant interactions. Images of the items were received at a
distance of thousands of kilometers long before being arbitrary chosen and
oscillated.
In any event thoughts and experiments lead different scientists to the
same important conclusion: data on future events can be read long before
these events.
Does it mean that mankind and each of us are prevailed by inevitable fate?
No. Today the most of scientists engaging in this problem are inclined to
the idea that the future is a serpentine road with a lot of forks rather than a
direct highway. And a lot of roads and paths come out of the forks, i.e. the
future has a lot of variants.
That is why delicate worlds of the “space library” are seldom called by the
scientists as virtual ones. They use this word not in usual to us meaning ?
“seeming, unreal, unsubstantial” (as in virtual computer world), but in its ini?
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cinema or has no idea of. It is interesting that sometimes the person gets such
data from his “traveling” that afterwards find its confirmation.
In the ASC a person is able to experience not only the present and the past
but the future as well. And events he involved in can appear before him in
uncommon way: they can turn to reverse direction or coexist simultaneously.
Sometimes the person experiences years of life for just some minutes in all
details. Sometimes the time stops.
Not only the time but the space as well is perceived absolutely uncom?
monly. Distance ceases to be an obstacle and a person can be carried in any
part of the Earth.
Virtually all people that have experienced such moments unanimously
claim that they had touched the reality in comparison with which the reality
of common life is a dream or illusion. Academician of the Russian Academy
of Medical Sciences V.P. Kaznacheev believes that “objective basis of such
states relates to dipping into the field space reality, in which dimensions
thereof lying outside the frameworks of the common world can be slightly
opened”.
But how a person can get in this multidimensional space reality? Many
scientists are trying to solve this problem. And virtually all of them are
inclined to the idea that in altered state of consciousness a person is dipping
into the depths of his own consciousness”.
But this is a paradox! How can we surpass the frameworks of the common
world by dipping into ourselves? In fact there is some clear contradiction. But
it can be easily solved, if we remember changes of the scientists’ conception
of consciousness in the XX century.
If earlier the consciousness was considered, roughly speaking, as logical
thinking, then nowadays this concept includes all levels of so called uncon?
scious mind. This is also the subconsciousness that is in charge of protective
mechanisms, biochemistry processes in organism, reflexes, instincts… ? all
that assist the human in survival as biological species. This is also the over?
consciousness providing self?actualization of personality and development of
the supreme Ego. This is also the superconsciousness that allows activating
latent reserves of brain in order to connect to some “transcendental truths”.
Starting from Freud there is a firm conviction among psychologists that
unconscious mind regulates human behavior not in lesser but, perhaps,
greater extent than the intellect. Frankly speaking, in usual state our uncon?
scious mind insensibly functions as if in the background, backstage.
We don’t think over how to take just another breath, at all. Not realizing
the fact we screw up our eyes upon flash of light. Without noticing we change
our pose and facial expression. We don’t understand why we suddenly want to
of meditation, extreme mental, physical or emotional pressure — the person
in fact falls into some strange state. Immobilized he, as if, gets away from the
external world and does not perceive the environment anymore: does not
react to sounds, light, motion and speech… but this is not a dream, faint or
loss of consciousness. The consciousness does not leave the person this time,
it continues to work actively, but in some other than usual mode. It seems that
in these so called altered states of consciousness (ASC) the very special type
of perception comes to the person. Inconceivably the person obtains access
to information (often absolutely reliable one) that was not able to be per?
ceived by sense bodies anyway.
A special international organization of psychologists — Transpersonal
Institute — is established for studying ASC; ASC are studied in Stanford
University (USA, California), psychology department of Connecticut
University (USA); Oxford and Cambridge Universities (Great Britain), West
England University (Bristol), Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian
Academy of Science (Saint?Petersburg), Institute of applied psychophysics
(Omsk) and many other scientific centers.
Nowadays scientists use different methods of evoking ASC in laboratory
environment, namely: hypnosis, specially organized meditation, hyperventi?
lation of lungs (so called holotropic respiration), sensorial isolation, as well
as application of special devices controlling brainwaves with the help of dif?
ferent acoustic and optical signals.
Since 1988 Т. van Hoven — the scientist known for creation of physical
theory of psy?interactions — has been headed the program on development
of electronic devices for purposeful alternation of the state of consciousness
and getting reproducible psychophysical effects of contactless obtaining
information from distant (hidden) physical objects by invitation of the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Pentagon.
The vast majority of experiments were performed within the precincts of
Stanford International research Institute — the main laboratory studying
paranormal effects. The experiments resulted in creation of the equipment
functioning on the basis of principle of initiation signal multiplication upon
break?up of metastable states. Later on this equipment as well as other simi?
lar designs was given common name for the whole group of devices ? “brain
machines” (metatrons).
Virtually at the same time such equipment was developed in the Soviet
Union by academician Svyatoslav Nesterov regardless to work of van Hoven.
In the altered state of consciousness a person obtains unique ability to
overpass conventional course of time. He can be carried away to the distant
past, sometimes even to the time that he has never read about, seen in the
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a consciousness of the space extension occurs to a person at this moment. It
can be said that thanks to the superconsciousness “the consciousness of each
person includes the Semantic Universe in all its infinity” as a splinter of the
hologram contains its whole image. That’s why in the altered state of con?
sciousness when the superconsciousness starts to speak at the top of its voice,
deep discernment and unusual revelations “much exceeding our educational
and intellectual grounding” occurs to us.
In common, so called weakening state of our consciousness we perceive
basing, mainly, on logic. We observe, analyze, compare with something
already known to us, classify… Then we make up a general conception, i.e.
build some construction. Unfortunately, the construction prepared by us may
not uncover the essence of the thing we’d like to understand. So not for noth?
ing the science continually returns to already known, refuting the previous
knowledge as false or incomplete one. Apparently, logic as by all means a
powerful tool of perception is not almighty.
In the ASC “the intellect is not being injured”. Its activity differs from the
usual one simply. What is going on with our logical mind in this uncommon
mode?
The most popular idea is that it simply disconnects and stops working. It
is difficult to agree with. Observations and experiments with different people
obviously prove that in altered states of consciousness a person can both
observe and memorize and is able to analyze and think over perceived things.
Undoubtedly, logic mind does not fail a person in the special state of con?
sciousness. His mind does not disconnect, but transfers to another operating
mode with new abilities of perception. Whether in common state our logic
mind (intellect) is involved in processing information provided by sense bod?
ies from the physical world around us, then in the ASC area of its interests is
significantly widening. At these moments “the receiver of mind” widens its
band and thanks to the effect of unity starts perceiving and decoding data that
was not able to get before. Probably, it can be stated that exactly in the ASC
our mind is able to “get in the true essence of things”.
There is a reason why knowledge obtained by a person is the ASC is not
expressible. This reason is symbolicalness of information pouncing upon the
person. A symbol is not monosemantic but has several levels of meaning, and
thus, has a great number of decoding variants. It is possible to assume that
these symbolicalness and multichoice are peculiar to not only such visions
but also to the Universal Knowledge in general. Thanks to such wonderful
kind this Knowledge can be perceived at any level of infinite space hierarchy.
But as a sense rather than a speech. Each person is able to understand and
interpret this sense as well. But it is extremely difficult to communicate it.
eat something particular, but bluntly refuse to eat something much tastier. At
this moment our organism is under control of our subconsciousness.
The overconsciousness appears even less distinctly. If we perceive its work,
then in a way of vague desires only. Sometimes they are strong but always
unclear. We don’t notice that our legs carry us by well?known way while we
think over absolutely other problems… We don’t understand exactly why we
eager to make something but hate some other. Why we are ready to sacrifice
our lives to one goal, but will not lift a finger for another one. Why we fall in
love with somebody at first sight, but feel instant aversion to other person
without any obvious reasons. All these stereotypes, passions and predilections
are nothing but a program of development of our Ego in the overconscious?
ness.
Meanwhile we practically don’t feel action of the superconsciousness. In
usual state the receiver of our consciousness works in rather narrow band: it
“catches”” and processes information from our physical world only. Rational
and active awake consciousness has to constantly response to dynamic envi?
ronment, solve arising problems. Such external hindrances surpass and dead?
en voice of superconsciousness low by itself. Our mind is able to catch noth?
ing lying outside the frameworks of our common world. But sometimes
moments when all practical problems of our life, everyday troubles and needs
step back and leave somewhere to the background occur. It can occur when
a person is entirely devoured by a single thing: accomplishing a creative task,
contemplation of the beauty be it majestic view of the starry sky, marine dis?
tance, mountain landscapes or something quite insignificant — a flower, dew
on the cobweb etc… But more often is takes place when a person experiences
so called “psychomental crisis”, i.e. when he stands on the verge of ruin
because of serious illness, strong stress or physical overload… At these rare
moments when all mundane things become uninteresting and unimportant,
the main hero of the play, i.e. highly experienced and wise superconscious?
ness, comes to the scene.
If to think over this word, it becomes clear that the superconsciousness
belongs not to the human only but to something much higher else. Being a
part of individual consciousness the superconsciousness spreads much
beyond its borders to unlimited Space. As a matter of fact, the supercon?
sciousness is the very “channel” connecting the human with the “space
archives”. When the channel is open, the borders of individual consciousness
in ASC diffuse. It is difficult to say what happens in particular: whether indi?
vidual consciousness gets in the consciousness of the Universe or otherwise
the consciousness of the Universe flows in the human consciousness. Or, per?
haps, two flows simultaneously rush towards penetrating each other. Anyway
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in “a rest”. Than “the ratio” is being suddenly substituted by a strike, i.e. in
essence symbolical answer received from the universe “bank of senses”.
Perhaps, some other person having seen this symbol would understand
nothing. But trained brain of the searcher will suddenly give an ecstatic start:
“Eureka!”. And then frantic round dance of monkeys will transform into ben?
zene formula as it was in 1865 with the famous German chemist Frederic
Kekule (1829?1896), or a strange energy vortex will transform into the quan?
tum structure of the atom (Niels Bohr, 1885?1962). Somebody as Mozart or
Alfred Schnitke will suddenly hear a wonderful music that shall be skillfully
translated into notation. And somebody has no choice but to write down a
poem or sketch a scheme of an unusual device.
Nowadays psychologists agree that creative work is not possible without
such breakthroughs of consciousness at all. Of course, nobody will deny that
rational thinking plays a great role in creative process. But a computer
“thinks” as well. Nevertheless, it is powerless in the true creative work.
Whether it creates, then in the frameworks and under laws established by the
human only. Only the human is able to surpass established things and only in
the special state of spirit. Not by chance there is assumption now that “the
future evolution of the human as biological species will in many respects
result in intensive development of his altered states of consciousness, per?
haps, deliberate and planned” (Doctor of Medicine L.I. Spivak).
It is far long marked that moonlight has some mysterious power and influ?
ences on all living beings in a strange way. Not for nothing there is a lot of folk
omens and superstitions related to the Moon, e.g. “a person born in a new
moon period will be enduring and long?lived”, “corned beef shall be stored up
until new moon period”, “fish biting is the best in a young moon period” etc.
The moon calendar was also followed in old times. For example, people tried
to sow closer to the new moon period, they say, that in this case fair yield is
able. Niceties were known as well: the flax is better to sow before a new moon
period, and the spring wheat and rye — in the very new moon period. At the
same time people gathered medicinal herbs as it was noted that they were
stronger in that period. Timber was also chopped this time because timber
chopped soon after the full moon period will decay faster: “to cut grass, tim?
ber and brushwood in a full moon is the same as to spoil: it will decay or
worms will gnaw it away”…
These regularities have been being observed by people for already thou?
sands years, and the science knows them as well. But there is no comfortable
explanation to the fact still. Life cycles of herbs can be somehow related to
the moon gravitation (“ebbs” and “flows” of water in stalks and leaves). But
other regularities are much harder to explain. For example, the one that well
One scientist, a friend of mine, told me on this problem as follows: “I’ve got
it instantly but it took me two years to translate it into the scientific language
understandable to my colleagues”.
That’s why those, who try to transfer knowledge obtained in the ASC,
have to use diffused expressions, metaphors and allegories that can not be
interpreted unambiguously. As a result the audience is given an impression
that the person can not understand what he is speaking by itself. They think
“talks nonsense”, “not in his right mind”, ‘he is crazy”… while listening to
such speaker.
Just a few people have experienced such contacts with the “other”, so peo?
ple treat all kinds of contactors distrustfully and skeptically, sometimes con?
sidering them as mentally diseased persons. Meanwhile modern science does
not consider such transpersonal states as something abnormal or pathologi?
cal any more.
Thus, the famous researcher of the ASC J. Kornfield thinks that these
states being directly connected with meditation shall not be referred to psy?
chopathology. He wrote: “This experience points to rather normal alternation
of perception occurring in consciousness of mainly healthy people”.
Generally speaking, the ASC is not so rear event. According to scientists,
eight out of ten people are open to such states. Some people automatically go
to this state routinely several times per day.
Most often such spontaneous breakthroughs of consciousness occur to
“delicate natures”: poets, painters, musicians etc… Makers of art realize them
as an inspiration. At these “blessed moments” ideas, images and words come
without any efforts, by themselves, as if coming from some mysterious spring.
So in one of his letters Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756?1791) frankly con?
fessed that at the inspiration moments he did not have to compose, but only
had to simply put down ready compositions.
However, such states are peculiar not to the Muses servants only. A lot of
scientific ideas were obtained in such a way as well. Discernments of Rene
Decart and Thomas Edisson, Dmitry Mendeleev (periodic table) and many
other great people are the best confirmation thereto. So, psychologist J.
Adamar while studying creative process of mathematicians noted that math?
ematician discoveries are made in a form of strikes where no words but math?
ematician symbols only. Only then when everything is clear a scientist trans?
lated the new knowledge into usual sign system.
It shall be admitted that the special state of consciousness, when the sym?
bolical Universe gets in the brain, usually does not come suddenly. As a rule,
it is preceded by invisible but very intensive intellectual work. At some
moment the brain tired by long search does not endure huge tension and dips
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other too. So it turns out to be such a combination of three perpendiculars as
coordinate axis. Natural sunlight, from the point of view of its polarization,
can be compared with a kitchen wire brush for washing of bottles: its Е vec?
tor, for example, chaotically bristles extensively in different places. But it is
possible to make this brush flat. In order to this we just have to make natural
(“brush”) light reflected from some dielectric (glass, water surface etc.). In
this case the brush as if become flat from the blow. It is possible to put a filter
letting oscillations as if through a slot in one plane only. The best of such fil?
ters are clear crystals of, for example, transparent quartz (rock crystal) or
Iceland spar without mixture. In any case the brush will change from the
cylindrical to the flat one: Е and Н vectors are coming right and lining up
each in its appropriate (single) plane. In other words, the light becomes
polarized. It shall be added that not only visible light but invisible rays from
radio?waves up to gamma rays as well have a property of polarization (per?
haps, “delicate” radiations of higher bands too).
And here we come to the main thing: laboratory researches proved that
polarized light like the moon one influences on activity of comma and typhus
bacilli, germination of seeds and behavior of animals. It is very interesting
coincidence, but is it accidental?
Most likely it is not. After all, moonlight is the polarized one as well! To
put it more precisely, the sunlight reflected from the moon surface becomes
polarized. One of the first, who emphasized importance of these coinci?
dences, was Russian scientist Alexander Leonidovich Chizhevsky (1897?
1964) who in the thirties of the 20th century was called “Leonardo Da Vinci
of the 20th century” abroad. He believed that moonlight even being 600 thou?
sand times weaker than the sunlight thanks to its polarization “has a specific
impact on organisms”.
Of course, linearly polarized light shall influence on biological cell and
physiology in whole in other way than the usual one. After all, it is so differs
from the non?polarized one like a flat knife differs from a round metal bar
which it is made of. It is the same metal and the same weight, but the first one
can cut and the second one cannot. The main thing here is the form. But an
impact of this “knife” on living?beings (at the DNA level?) can be different:
sometimes positive, sometimes not. It is obvious as the knife is a neutral
weapon. It can be used for surgery operation in order to save a person or, oth?
erwise, can be used for murder. The same applies to the polarized light.
I think that the light with elliptic and circular polarization shall have more
specific influence. After all, it is more similar to corkscrew or a drill rather
than a knife. Therefore, it can “screw into” or “pierce” the most reliable pro?
tection. Besides, such a “corkscrew” can be with right or left?handed thread
known to experienced infectiologists: diseases caused by bacteria become
more intensive in a full moon period, and viral infections — in a new moon
period.
Nowadays there is no doubt that activity of living beings evidently
depends on phases of the Moon. In a full moon phase reptiles, animals and
birds, especially nocturnal ones, become more excitable. It is for sure estab?
lished that periods of intensive reproduction of many living?beings (worms,
sea?urchins etc.) are dependent on certain phases of the Moon.
The Moon does not disregard the human as well. Thus, many diseases,
namely: rheumatism and nervous pains, sciatica and migraine, become more
intensive in a full moon period. Infants become more restless and loud.
According to observations of specialists, women become more sensual and
they stand a better chance to become pregnant in this phase of Moon. The
full Moon also influences on mentality. Indeed, nowadays scientists ascertain
that epileptic seizures, schizophrenia, maniacal depression and paranoia
become more intensive with patients in a full moon phase. Even such nerv?
ous disease as stammering is aggravated. Healthy people suffer as well. Their
mentality become more unstable and people become more irritable and
absent?minded. According to statistics, number of accidents and incidents
related to human mistakes and carelessness increases in the active phases of
the Moon, especially in full moon periods.
At the same time human aggressiveness rises sharply and number of
crimes increases. According to statistics of the police department of
Philadelphia (USA), “people whose antisocial behavior has psychical back?
ground like incendiaries, kleptomaniacs, alcoholics and suicides are active
upon ascending Moon and calm down upon descending one”.
Analysis of historical events since the 18th century shows that most
demonstrations of mass activity (rebellions, strikes, murders, impingements
etc.) fall at periods of new and full moons.
It is well known that moonlight can specifically influence on the human
mentality, i.e. it assists in dipping into the altered state of consciousness
(ASC).
As far as in the 19th century scientists revealed an interesting coincidence:
it turned out that polarized light has an effect on living?beings analogous with
the moon one. In order to make further thoughts clear I’ll try to explain the
polarized light on a simple pattern (May technicians forgive me for so infor?
mal expounding of this the most sophisticated subject).
As everybody knows, the light is electromagnetic waves, i.e. it has two
components: electrical (Е) and magnetic (Н) fields. Field vectors of these
fields are always perpendicular to the light traveling direction and to each
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A.E. Akimov speaks on the nature of torsional fields as follows: “uniform
medium, i.e. the Physical Vacuum, can be in different phase states, to put it
more precisely, polarized states — so called EGS ?states. This medium in the
state of charge polarization behaves as an electromagnetic field (Е). The
same medium in the state of spin longitudinal polarization acts as a gravita?
tional field (G). Finally, the same medium in the state of spin transverse
polarization acts as a spin field (S)”.
According to the academician, speed of transmission of torsional signal
significantly (perhaps, billions times as much) exceeds light speed. ‘Famous
experiments of N. A. Kozyrev on instant registration of visible and actual
positions of stars in the sky testify thereto. By the way, he covered the optics
by antielectromagnetic screen, but, nevertheless, a signal from the star went
through still. It means it was a torsional field”.
This very violation of one of fundamental postulates of relativity theory of
Einstein is an apple of discord among supporters and opponents of reality of
torsional fields. At the same time under support of the main department of
space devices in the midst 1980?es Akimov created first patterns of torsional
equipment. In 1986 the Interindustrial scientific and technical center of ven?
ture technologies “VENT” lead by Akimov for the first time succeeded in
transfer of binary information with the help of torsional fields.
According to the scientist, torsional fields “are not shielded by common
natural means”. Besides, they have another unique property — they assist in
self?organization of substance. Experiments on radiation treatment of slowly
getting cold smelt by torsional fields were evidence thereto. The effect was
surprising. It turned out that under the influence of even very weak torsional
fields some formations — clusters that while expanding subdue all volume of
getting cold mass to its orientation — appear in the metal.
Suppose so, torsional irradiation is able to influence not on metal struc?
ture only, but on biological objects as well. Most likely, there are the same
serious changes in a living cell as in the metal upon radiation by torsional
field. Anyway, scientists are conceived that directed torsional flow influences
on a human organism noticeably. And according to А.Е. Akimov, “the right?
ward field makes people fell better and the leftward one — worse”.
So let us get back to polarized light — we find out its indisputable likeness
with torsional fields. It can have both right and leftward spin, after all. Basing
on this coincidence we can easily develop and verify working hypothesis as
follows: whether right and left?polarized light influences similarly to torsion?
al radiation, or not?
Evidently, there are a lot of common between torsional fields and polar?
ized light. Let us add another one coincidence — the “psychotron” one.
(right and left?polarized light), then, its influence on physiology can be
extremely different. For example, it can activate or, otherwise, depress vital
functions of biological cells.
There are all grounds to suppose that impact of such light “scalpel” or
“drill” on biological objects and DNA can be extremely strong — up to tissue
regeneration. Of course, it will require long experiments and supercaution.
Such a device, if its design proves to be imperfect, can cause undesirable new
growths, after all…
It is a dead certain, readers have a question: how does moonlight (polar?
ized) influence on people indoors? After all, moonlight can not get on them
at all. That’s the right question.
However, statistics is a stubborn thing. It continues to stand its ground:
there is a doubtless connection between mental state of people and moon
phases. Then, people even isolated from direct moonlight react on some?
thing! But what? What is this “mysterious all?penetrating agent” connecting
such distant from each other factors: brightness of the Moon and human
mentality? If it is not the moonlight itself, then what can it be?
We react not on the very moonlight or polarized light, but on some com?
ponent thereof depending on brightness (i.e. quantity of polarized light) of
the Moon. The very mysterious component is able to penetrate through bar?
riers insuperable for the light. Discovery of such component will explain
many mysterious events, including reaction of food and vine being kept in
full darkness of deep chilly cellars to moon phases.
What is this all?penetration component? Perhaps, physiological and men?
tal effects caused by polarized and moon light are connected with so called
torsional (spin) fields. These instantly acting and all?penetrating fields have
been being discussed for many years already. They got their name from the
Greek word meaning rotation. According to researchers, torsional fields are
in all places, where there is such type of motion, i.e. from an electron to the
Galaxy. Torsional charges conduct themselves unconventionally: regardless
of electromagnetism the same charges gravitate, and the opposite ones —
repel.
Of late they start calling the energy of torsional fields as the fifth funda?
mental interaction in the nature. Moreover, the very torsional fields are fea?
tured as universal carriers of consciousness and thinking. According to the
one of large authority in the area academician Anatoly Evgenyevich Akimov,
“Consciousness and Thinking, as well as the Universal Mind within the lim?
its are presented in the Physical Vacuum through a specific physical essence
— torsional fields as spin polarized states of the Physical Vacuum, rather than
abstractedly”. The academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
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radio?waves, it acts at long distances but in contrast to radio?waves is not
shielded by metal obstacles”. In 1958 during experiments with atomic sub?
marine “Nautilus” American scientists obtained the same convincing evi?
dences. An operator (percipient) isolated from the crew was aboard. At a
given time he had to tune mentally on the inductor — a person trying to
transfer him information. There were approximately two thousand kilome?
ters, water column and metal case between them. In spite of huge distance
and strong screening the percipient precisely determined more than 70 per?
cents of images transmitted.
Leading Russian researchers of torsional fields А.Е. Akimov and G.I.
Shipov (International Institute of theoretical and applied physics) hold the
opinion that main role in data transmission is played by absolutely independ?
ent type of radiation — torsional (spin) fields accompanying, in particular,
electromagnetic oscillation.
The built model allowed academician Akimov to set up a hypothesis that
for each act of consciousness there is a distinctive torsional radiation of brain:
“an opportunity to correlate the Consciousness and the Thinking with their
material carrier in the form of torsional fields has appeared… Available theo?
retical and experimental base of torsional fields’ paradigm allows considering
them as the same reality as electromagnetism and gravitation… The impor?
tant fundamental fact is that electromagnetic fields always contain a torsion?
al component. A torsional field will be observed both in electrostatic field and
electromagnetic radiation… Misunderstanding of this circumstance often
resulted in unsuccessful efforts to explain events caused by electromagnetic
sources by electromagnetic events”.
Researches, at first glance, seemingly far from the subject of this story, can
shed light on many phenomena related to the altered states of consciousness.
The topic in question is sensational results obtained by Moscow scientists
Peter Goryachev and Georgy Tertyshny during their longstanding research?
es. It was revealed that DNA molecules, chromosomes and proteins are able
to generate so called coherent radiation like lasers. By other words, they are
peculiar transmitting biolasers, moreover, with retuning wave?length. At the
same time they act as receiving antennas. These very amazing DNA features
provide wave interchange with body genetic information, which substantial
part, according to scientists, is kept in chromosome apparatus in the form of
holograms. This allows each biological cell to find out instantly what is going
on in each part of the organism.
Moreover, it turns out that DNAs are in charge of receiving external infor?
mation as well. Thanks thereto a human organism constantly interacts with
fields of other living?beings, items, and the Earth in general. Moreover, with the
It is well known that polarized light, as the moon one, influences on
human mentality specifically — it promotes to its dipping into the ASC.
Potent extrasensory individuals and hypnotists have similar impart on the
human: they are able to lead other people to the trance condition, the ASC
in essence, too. There is a single question arising: whether torsional fields
participate in this process, or not? The answer seems to be “Yes”. There is an
opinion of scientists on the point: “When we speak that torsional fields are
involved in parapsychological events, we mean firmly proven fact: fields gen?
erated by extrasensory individuals are the torsional ones. There are some tens
of experiments to prove the point”.
Well?known telepathy researcher professor Sergey Yakovlevich Turlygin
of biophysics laboratory of the Academy of Science of the USSR in 1942
wrote in his work devoted to radiation of electromagnetic waves by a human
as follows: “Performed experiments make us believe in existence of radiation
coming out of human organism… We have to admit that some physical agent
establishing interaction of two organisms actually exists… Reflections of this
agent from mirrors and diffraction events make us think that this agent is the
electromagnetic radiation, one wave of which lies in the range of 1.8?2.1
mm”.
Seemingly, the electromagnetic hypothesis has explained everything. But
almost at once different “but” destroying this well?shaped picture appeared.
It turned out that by some parameters the human radiation clearly differs
from the electromagnetic one. So, it is scarcely to speak on its purely elec?
tromagnetic nature. In this case metal screens would block up transfer of
thought information entirely, but it is far from reality.
Existence of this feature of telepathic emissions was proved by the famous
scientist, the founder of scientific parapsychology in the USSR Leonid
Leonidovich Vasyliev (1892?1966). Alumnus of Petersburg University he
became interested in mysterious effect of telepathy, when in 1921 he started
working in the Institute of Brain with the famous psychiatrist and neu?
ropathologist Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev (1857? 1927). After the death
of his supervisor Vasyliev became the head of the group studying telepathy in
the Institute.
In 1932?1937 researchers lead by Vasyliev designed a special chamber
made of thick tin boards effectively blocking transmission of electromagnet?
ic waves. In spite of such strong screening telepathic information from a
human?”inductor” came through the metal freely and was correctly received
by addressees even at the distance of 1700 km (Leningrad — Sevastopol). On
the basis of obtained results Vasyliev made the following conclusion on the
mysterious factor providing such telepathic communication: “As common
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and join to create single superhologram, which can become completely per?
ceptible. It should be said that the hologram is not a picture, but is only its
cipher image required to be decoded. This very thing is going on in our brain.
And internal pictures appear after this decoding only.
I think that images received from the Space information field become
available to our “internal vision” in this of like way. That is where from there
are human notions on events distant in space and time.
It is supposed that torsional fields causing certain neurochemical and
hormonal processes in the human organism take an important role therein.
From the one hand, these processes block up some centers and channels dis?
tracting from the main task. From the other hand, they provide opening of
new neuronal “paths”, “networks” and “reflexes” in the cerebrum, thus allow?
ing to increase volume and speed of data processing sharply. In particular, this
explains different breakthroughs of consciousness — instant “strikening”,
“revelations”, “connections to the Universal Knowledge”…
By now it is well?known that crystals are able to accumulate huge energy
stores and give it to the external world. Frankly speaking, it will be some other
energy transformed by selfhood of the crystal rather than the energy accu?
mulated from the space.
Hence are therapeutic properties of minerals: if to choose them skillfully
and individually by quality of radiation, then they will supply a person with
the very energy he is short of. However, upon ignorant application of crystals
it is possible to get harm. Thus, decorations made of precious and semi?
precious stones curative for one people can be harmful or even dangerous for
others.
But meanwhile they both create an invisible force field around them?
selves. Austrian chemist Carl von Reichenbach was the first person who paid
attention to that fact in 1844?1867. During experiments that he always tried
to make more objective the scientist made sure that many most sensitive peo?
ple (extrasensory individuals) quite good felt and sometimes even saw this
force field of crystals.
Nowadays it is obvious that this luminescence can be observed by ordi?
nary people. Frankly speaking, in this case they have to stay in full darkness
for pretty long time: only some time after their eyes start perceiving faint col?
ored aura around crystals. The quite astonishing thing was revealed during
such experiments. It turns out that some people are able to come into a men?
tal contact with crystals and even alternate intensity and color of their aura!
Nowadays is firmly proved that physical devices made with the applica?
tion of crystals response to psychophysical influence of a person quite sharply
even in spite of distance. For example, upon mental impact of a person quartz
help of these DNA?antennas it can receive data from the information field.
I think that the main peculiarity is that coherence of biological cell’s radi?
ation, hence coordination of their work, rises sharply in the ASC. Scientific
researches prove this hypothesis. It was revealed that cerebral waves of people
being in special states of consciousness are of increased energy coherence.
Moreover, at these moments synchronization of cerebral hemispheres, i.e.
coordination of their work increases. Most likely, it is necessary condition for
stable reception of information. Those who wield methods of entering to the
ASC — different extrasensory individuals and those who can skillfully con?
centrate attention for a long time — are the best at this point. I suppose that
an external stimulation can play an important role in coordination of radia?
tions of all body cells. For example, it can be external polarized radiations, in
particular, from the Moon. Perhaps, the very increasing coherence of DNA’s
work causes specific reaction of all living?beings to the moon or polarized
light: it can be hyperactivity of biological cells or exacerbation of nervous dis?
eases or dipping into special states of consciousness, in which the human gets
information “from above”.
In ordinary state each biological cell tuned to a “virtual” wave part of its
DNA receives individual tasks therefrom and following them executes its
main activity: produces certain substances, interchanges information with
“neighbors” etc. In general, lives its ordinary life. But in spite of the fact that
our organism is an ideal coherent system, as a rule, there is no ideal coordi?
nation (supercoherence) of work of its cells. (Hence, indispositions, diseases,
frustrations etc….). But let’s consider a person concentrated on some prob?
lem. At once subduing to a higher command his biological cells transfer to a
special working mode (the stronger and more purposeful the human will, the
more powerful such a command). Though, some people with phenomenal
abilities told me that concentration and volitional efforts are not the best
methods as they require huge energy consumption. This is like door breaking
with crow?bar instead of easy rotation of the key. They think that simply
“directed attention”, i.e. ability to temporarily take away everything unneces?
sary and minor preventing our consciousness from goal achievement, is more
effective than volitional concentration. In this case DNA molecules not
being distracted by side effects automatically retune their antennas to a
required area of information field, receive necessary information therefrom
and memorize it. But in what form?
Most likely, in the same form as genetic information was received and is
being kept, i.e. in the form of holograms. Thanks to well coordinated set of
billions of DNA molecules “miniholograms” received by them? extremely
weak and hardly perceptible in the hindrances — are intensified repeatedly
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quency. Owing to this effect even a small crystal can give radiation compara?
ble by intensity with radiation of a large X?ray tube. A ruby can be used as a
pattern of such laser effect. All we know that crystals are broadly applied in
modern lasers. But it turns out that the ruby is able to form laser radiation
without any complex processing equipment. For example, “having charged”
from bright sunlight it starts radiating laser rays thin as needles in the same
way as an artificial device.
But all these are ordinary properties of crystals well?known and skillfully
used in radio engineering. But what if this effect of intensification and “laser
shooting” is right not only for electromagnetic band, but for torsional fields
as well? For example, for radiations of the person being close to a crystal. In
this case the crystal is really obliged to become a psi?laser!
Generally speaking, there is nothing extraordinary in this assumption. We
can even imagine a probable action of psi?intensification. It is not improba?
ble that the main role in conversion of a crystal in a psi?laser is played by its
crystal lattice. This very lattice forms numerous energy frames?matrixes and
creates some mirror walls and corridors for mental energy tossing inside the
crystal. As a result each cell of the lattice transforms into a microscopic psi?
laser, and the crystal, as a whole, summing up all their efforts — into a short?
distance psi?laser. Having received mental radiations coming out of a person
and having become excited thereby the crystal intensifies and “shoots them
back” but being much stronger. After that a mere trifle remains: to perceive all
this and make it visible for consciousness. And, as we have already under?
stood, it is necessary to come into the altered state of consciousness previ?
ously. Another important property of crystal radiation will help us in this
matter. It turns out that it can be not only sharply directed, but polarized as
well. And whether our hypothesis on influence of polarized radiation on
human mentality and physiology is correct, it is easy to imagine the effect
able to be created by crystals emitting such polarized flows. For example,
under their influence human consciousness can transfer to another working
mode, i.e. retune its band and start receiving information from the informa?
tion field. And, as we have already repeatedly told, it is possible to receive
knowledge on the past and the future, the distant present, as well as works of
art and scientific data.
Not long ago researches of atomic nucleus and cosmic space seemed to be
the most important and intriguing. Nowadays our attention is paid to riddles
and ability of human mentality. Scientists fixed their eyes on the matter dis?
covered that the “internal Universe” of an individual is not less complex and
mysterious as the world around us. Professors V.N.Pushkin and A.P. Dubrov
claim that “in none of material bodies properties and traits of micro? and
crystals change their frequency behavior almost as upon radiation thereof by
a laser beam. And, the most important for our further talk, it happens “upon
initial “coming into contact” (device adaptation to the operator) in immedi?
ate proximity thereto. Their so called mutual “adaptation” within some peri?
od of time takes place”.
Another very old “superstition” ? crystals don’t simply react to a human’s
thoughts, but come into a bilateral contact with him — was proved as well. By
other words, a feedback is possible in the “person?crystal” system as well. In
particular, this conclusion was made by the director of the American Institute
of crystal studying Dale Walker basing on his experiments performed in 1970?
80?es. In his book “About origin of crystals” he wrote directly that “crystals
react to a human’s thoughts and emotions interacting with his mind and
increase energy of thought and power of his feelings”.
Of course, an important condition of mental contact with a crystal is pos?
sibility of mutual resonance of their radiations. It seems, it mainly depends
on both radiation pattern of a person and a type of crystal lattice, i.e. the type
of mineral. A form of the crystal lattice is of certain importance as well. By all
appearances, this very form mainly determines vibration rhythm and reso?
nance frequency of the crystal. Depending on the form of crystal the same
mineral will have different not only physical but “psi?properties” as well.
Let’s take a diamond, for example, the hardest of known minerals.
Carbon atoms in the diamond are located in units of a very rigid undistortable
construction — tetrahedron (a pyramid, which all four faces are equilateral
triangles). Perhaps, thanks to these very short and rigid atom connections the
diamond is the best substance to react to psychological influence of a person.
Coming into a resonance with him the diamond intensifies them and emits
information by much more powerful stream than the received one owing to
the huge internal energy.
Thanks to this specific radiation some energoinformation frame is formed
around the crystal. And this frame is of our interest. The point is that the
frame performs several functions, including the one of transmit?receive
antenna. It will be logically to suppose that such a complex “antenna” allows
crystals not only to emit their own electromagnetic oscillations (this is broad?
ly used in radio engineering), but to perceive and retransmit foreign informa?
tion, including the one that is emitted by the human both being close and at
far distances from the crystal.
Getting inside the crystal external energy quanta (for example, of light or
visible cosmic rays) transfer its particles to excited or even hyperexcited state
for a short time. It causes so violent “internal processes” in the crystal that it
starts active sharply directed emitting of energy at strictly established fre?
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Moreover, it has been already proved that these abilities could be activated by
using special electronics ? “brain machines”. Nature of these events is not
clear still, but we ought not to ignore it without a risk to destroy the science
(academician V. А. Trapeznikov).
The fact that paranormal events are rear and hardly explainable by already
known conceptions confuses researchers progressively less. They are con?
vinced that events of human mentality “have certain material basis that not
only is able to, but should be discovered”. Current efforts of many scientists
around the world are focused on this problem. They develop new research
methods, set up new hypotheses; formulate new conceptions and physical
ideas. In essence, formation of a new science — physics of psychical events
(psychophysics) ? is going on.
Solution of mystery of mental energy will be not simply a next step
towards world cognition. The true revolution in life of mankind will occur.
“Psyche as real manifestation of substance, energy and information, can be a
powerful tool in hands of its holder”. Let’s talk about the simplest and obvi?
ous: a person is able to control processes in his own body. This means a trans?
fer to higher physical and psychical health. There is nothing to speak about
other nascent prospects… They simply take our breath away!
Each motion, including the one of thought, echoes in the entire Universe.
These conclusions were made before the others by the greatest scientists of
the gone century. The eminent physician Niels Bohr (1885 — 1962) told
frankly that “future physics shall include the consciousness”.
All Cosmos is rational and full of rational forces. Eminent scientists have
been talking on that for a long time. For example, academician А.D.
Sakharov (1921 — 1989) told: “I can not imagine the Universe and Human
life without some intelligent basis or source of mental “warmth” lying outside
the substance and its laws”. Hierarchy of rational forces is endless. The
human is a level of consciousness only, and the Earth is one of its islets that
was, is and always will be connected with these forces. And we have to make
these connections more conscious and harmonious.
Of cause, such ideas are not common property of the broad masses yet.
This is the way of thinking of the social elite still. But the process is going on.
And any day now these new world view positions will become generally
accepted. From the phase of “it is impossible” we, as it often used to be, will
imperceptibly come to another one of “everybody knows it”. When it will
happen we will not only stop rushing aside of “non?traditional” methods of
receipt of knowledge (including from “non?traditional” sources), but will add
them to our arsenal as well.
macrocosmos are interlaced in such amazing way than in a living organism,
and they expressed so clearly in nothing but in psychical activity of the
human”.
It is not surprising that representatives of various areas of knowledge are
trying to solve a mystery of human consciousness. Those who have been
plunged into this problem quite deeply are not doubtful that consciousness
not simply reflects, but in much degree forms the world not only in the sense
that ideas generated by a person are being realized in technologies, works of
art, conflicts or friendship… All these were known before. Now the point is
that thoughts or feelings seemingly not shown neither in action nor a word
are able to directly influence on the environment and the person itself.
Scientists mean this idea when they say that “the consciousness is a physical
reality”.
This dare conclusion of scientists radically altering our views on the world
is a result of doubtless facts, long?term observations, scientific experiments as
well… They directly say that each organ, each cell of organism directly
responses to human thoughts and emotions. Astonishing events traditionally
called as paranormal also testify to the fact that our consciousness is able to
influence on objects of animate and inanimate nature.
“We made sure that there are unknown areas in the human.
Parapsychology offers us a method of their research… This research has been
just started, and we think it will be one of the greatest tasks of the nascent civ?
ilization” (L. Pauwles, J. Bergier).
The time when denial of these phenomena was a sign of good form among
scientists and necessary condition of scientific respectability becomes a thing
of the past. Doctor of physico?mathematical sciences G.I.Shipov speaks that
“nowadays there is no doubt in existence of telepathy and clairvoyance or that
consciousness energy plays a certain role in physical processes”.
The most astonishing thing is inconceivable power displayed by the
human in all that. How amazing are the effects caused by single effort of
thought as reduction of weight of items, alternation of internal structure of
substances equivalent to heating up to 5000 С, conversion of one chemical
elements into other, etc. These things are real ones in spite of the fact that
they are beyond our comprehension.
Of cause, only a few people are able to comprehend it. However, this is
enough to make sure of the richest abilities and reserves of human mentality.
Most likely, these abilities are inherent to many (if not to all) of us in a latent
form. By the way, the latest researches prove it. For example, doctor of bio?
logical sciences S.V.Speransky claims on the basis of long?term experiments
as follows: “Telepathic abilities are inherent to a great deal of people”.
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outskirts of any system of bodies is unambiguously connected with preserved
mass of the system.
According to Geizenberg principle of uncertainty it is impossible to
determine exact values of coordinate and impulse of a quantum object. Zero
value of negative entropy of vacuum is “prohibited” by the principle of uncer?
tainty, as in this case coordinate and momentum vector of the object are
known simultaneously. Number of freedom degrees in vacuum is infinite;
therefore a value of fluctuation of density of vacuum entropy can be infinite
as well. So, states, in which vacuum has extremely high level of organization,
determined by van Hoven as “an analogue of superconsciousness or similar
states” can take place.
General theory of relativity of Albert Einstein connected gravitational
fields with distortion of four?dimensional space?time. Basing on principle of
convergence of gravitation and entropy Professor van Hoven created a math?
ematical model of quantum field of entropy representing a quasi?field gener?
ated by caused deformation of space?time.
Van Hoven managed to surpass interdisciplinary barrier and to connect
mechanics of Newton, Einstein and Plank, electrodynamics of Maxwell and
thermodynamics with fundamental quantum?entropic characteristics of vac?
uum.
Theodore van Hoven set up a hypothesis initiating the true revolution in
natural science. The sense of the hypothesis lies in the following. A magni?
tude of loss of system organization of a material system interrelated with elec?
tromagnetic radiation can not take on arbitrary or zero values. Density of
entropy field of elementary systems must be equal to an integer divisible by
certain quantity of energy of the system.
Thus, van Hoven determined interaction between degree of system
destruction and maximum quantity of energy able to be radiated or absorbed
by the system.
Each material system has selective interaction with electromagnetic radi?
ation of certain wave?length, which energy of quanta is adequate to energy of
destruction of the connection (entropic potential) of main components of
the system.
During interaction of components of the system with quanta of electro?
magnetic field a value of density of entropy field of the system changes and
this leads to gravitation?statistical disbalance in external environment. In its
turn alternation of gravitation field gradient causes alternation of space cur?
vature (dimensation) that leads to change of value of entropy of the system,
which every component is characterized by strictly established (quantum)
states of magnitude of entropic field. Entropic heterogeneity of the medium
THEORY OF QUANTUM ENTROPY LOGIC —
TRIUMPHOF MODERN NATURAL SCIENCE
Svyatoslav Nesterov
Nowadays international science has reached the new level of its develop?
ment characterized by creation of integral knowledge obtained at the expense
of development and active work of special complex scientific trends, synthe?
sizing knowledge, principles and methods of several scientific disciplines as
key problems of modern natural science can be solved on such basis only.
The theory of quantum entropic logic of Professor Theodore van Hoven,
the quantum physician and specialist in electronics, has become this very
synthesis science.
The theory of entropic logic is built on the basis of unlike knowledge,
principles axioms and postulates of modern science: from information theo?
ry, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, relativity theory to philosophy,
psychology, sociology, ecology, catastrophe theory and other disciplines.
Theoretical foundations of data exchange were laid by C. Shannon, who
had offered statistical value of quality of information. Information theory of
Shannon has limited area of application as information function is considered
by Shannon as some mathematical abstraction without interrelation with other
fundamental functions of substance and does not allow to describe principles
of obtaining initial information in the process of scientific cognition.
In his theory van Hoven considers information function as material cate?
gory reflecting level of internal structural organization of the object and inter?
relating with such basic characteristics as energy and mass of the object.
Whether to consider electron?positron vacuum model offered by Paul
Dirack in the form of spatial structure consisting of a set of electrons and
positrons, then appearance of the source mass perturbation declares itself as
lack of inertial compensation of these particles, taken as gravitational field.
But at the same time lack of spin compensation that declares itself as some
physical field and therefore is a component of gravitational field possessing
identical orientation (convergence) in space?time continuum appears as well.
Professor H.Tokugawa (Tokyo University) was the first one to suppose
that spin of particle characterizing rotation on its axis is corresponded by a
specific physical field further known as “quantum field of entropy” or “tor?
sional field”.
S.Torn and E.Walton tried to detect the field conditioned by spin interac?
tion empirically. Availability of such field would be a “guarantor” of preserva?
tion of moment of motion quantity just as gravitational field existing in the
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ent inevitable uncertainty of phase states in the theory of entropic logic. The
theorem proves impossibility to characterize a moment of breach of internal
connections upon excess of critical value by the stimulus by unified time scale.
At the moment of breach all phase states come to a single center existing
beyond the time. Such state of the system corresponding to the phase of termi?
nal breach can be naturally called a “time focus”. In the time focus all phase
states merge and entropy density of the system tends to infinity. Thus, the sys?
tem being at the terminal stage can be concurrently registered in any other
phase of its existence. Reliability of the forecast of the system’s state will be pro?
portional to its entropic potential in the given time phase.
Registration of extreme values of entropic potential on the time scale
allows determining conditions of stable existence of any material system
(object).
The theorem of uncertainty of phase states allows predicting with some
likelihood appearance of unsteady metastable states, in which probability of
destruction of the system increases significantly.
Experimental confirmation of the principle of uncertainty of phase states
had been being provided by G. Sheppard (Stanford University) in controlled
laboratory environment during tests on prediction of future events formed by
random number generator.
High level of correlation between parameters characterizing speed of den?
sifying entropic field of metastable system and forecast reliability is discov?
ered.
Metatable system can be imagined as a family of elements, in each of
which gradual increase of density of entropy that leads the system to unsteady
critical state (nonlinearity, plurality of states, chain and avalanche processes
appear) takes place. Metastable systems show high sensitivity to extremely
weak external influences upon sufficiently great number of active elements
(N). The larger N value, the weaker influence, which can lead the system to
the terminal state. Fluctuation of density of entropy of metastable system is
accompanied by generation of flicker effect that is characterized by increase
of signal power in unit frequency interval upon underfrequency. The simplest
physical elements generating flicker effect will be corresponded by defects of
internal structure, namely: tectonic fractures in geological structures, defects
of crystal lattice of semi?conducting elements or impurity centers in biologi?
cal substrates.
By invitation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
(NASA) and the Pentagon Theodore van Hoven headed the program on cre?
ation of electronic devices for purposeful alternation of the state of con?
sciousness and obtaining reproducible psychophysical effects of contactless
of the material system conditioned by electromagnetic and gravitational
fields serves as the source of internal energy of the system that declares itself
in the form of generation of a terminal field for electrically charged particles.
Thus, information exchange of elementary components of the system is
executed distantly, associatively and selectively at the expense of quanta of
electromagnetic radiation having energy adequate to energy of destruction of
the connection (entropic potential) of elementary structure of the system.
Static gravitational and electromagnetic fields lead the system to mechanical
shift and polarization; dynamic gravitational and electromagnetic fields
induce its entropic potential.
Any material system (mechanical, physicochemical, biological or social)
can only be in such stationary states, in which energy of internal connection
of components exceeds energetic background of entropic fields of the ambi?
ent environment.
According to postulates of quantum?entropic logic, any event even in the
smallest scale of time, with seeming continuity happens discretely by means
of changing phase state of the system. Whether value of the stimulus, i.e. any
external influence, exceeds critical threshold, then the value of entropy of the
system increases in spurts.
Thus, some “terminal” state of the system, where upon transfer the stim?
ulus of critical threshold makes a break of internal dominant connections so
terminating existence of the given system as united functional whole, shall
exist. From the positions of quantum mechanics, true break — a final result
of infinitely small change — is unobservable in principle: one can never say
with confidence that the reason, indeed, was larger than any finite quantity
established in advance.
Validity of law on conservation of general level of structural organization
of system allowed van Hoven to explain existence of so called “paranormal
events” from materialistic and natural scientific positions without using mys?
terious or religious conceptions. Thus, various paranormal phenomena (with
the attraction of basic principles of the theory of quantum entropic logic) can
be successfully brought to a narrow circle of physical events available for nat?
ural scientific studying. With the help of the theory of entropic logic such
paranormal events as clairvoyance, telepathy and adjacent thereto practical?
ly important trend of rod detection (radiesthesia) can be easily explained.
Theory of quantum entropic logic admits principal probability of prediction
of forthcoming events under absence of any initial information (nonlinear fore?
casting). From the point of view of ordinary trivial logic the future does not
exist, and predictions of forthcoming events are similar to invasion of absurd to
sacred bounds of common sense. There is an Abrahamson theorem on inher?
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other biological structures. A lot of minor troubles that start chasing us and,
as a rule, no more than annoy us (mudded dress, broken heel, breakages of
household equipment or car, petty losses or even theft) can be evidences of
entering into the preterminal phase and serve as indicator of more stern
events.
Thus, there is no evil will of the fate in occurrence of a tragic situation;
just periods of high tension of entropic fields caused by objective physical
processes in the external environment take place.
The theory of entropic logic by Prof. Theodore van Hoven points to the
true reason of any events hidden from us. A person armed with knowledge of
basic provisions of this discipline and having necessary equipment that allows
him to know a program of interlacing of high and low potentials of terminal
fields (run of good and bad luck) of any person, social or other material struc?
tures with the regard for their mutual influence, is able to control and man?
age any events in his own interests.
obtaining information from distant (hidden) objects. The most of experi?
ments was performed within the precincts of International Stanford Research
Institute (SRI) ? the major laboratory studying paranormal effects.
Experiments resulted in creation of equipment functioning on the basis of the
principle of multiplication of initiating signal upon decomposition of
metastable states. Later on this equipment, as well as analogous designs, was
called as “brain machines” (metatrons). From the physical point of view,
“brain machines” are a system of electronic oscillators resonating at the wave?
length of electromagnetic radiation, which energy is adequate to destruction
energy (entropic potential) of dominant connections maintaining structural
organization of the system researched.
The theory of quantum entropic logic of Theodore van Hoven allows to
answer primeval philosophic question — why is the world around us so
imperfect, why do accidents, disasters, catastrophes and wars occur, what is
good and evil — from the physical positions.
In spite of variety of accidents, catastrophes and disasters they have single
general mechanics — autooscillation processes of density of fields of entropy
of vacuum related to alternation of gradient of gravitational and electromag?
netic fields. At the certain moment corresponding to the terminal phase crit?
ical level of stable existence of the system in the given stationary state is being
exceeded and this fact leads to increase of destructive processes, decrease of
organizational level, and as a result — to full destruction of the system.
Formation and evolution of substance is an organic consequence of for?
mation of quantum fields of entropy that regulate all physical processes.
Processes of vital functions, including higher nervous activity of the human,
are no exception.
Periods of high tension of terminal fields in respect of biological and
social objects can appear in the form of weakening of adaptation systems of
living organisms, asthenization, delinquent behavior and inadequate sexual
reactions, growth of sickness and death rate, epidemics, mass psychoses,
increase in crime, economic and social crises, armed conflicts and wars.
But these are periods of high “information induction”, the time, when
genii are born and epochal discoveries in science and technology are made as
well.
As any material object interchanging information with ambient environ?
ment the human generates an entropic field in wide range of frequencies and
energies. A biological system with high field tension is able to destabilize
ambient physical bodies by its radiation. Thus, the organism with huge
entropic potential literally decreases durability of all ambient items (archi?
tectural constructions and mechanisms) and oppresses vital functions of
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it is possible to extract more data on the Age of Pharaohs from “a single pea?
size splinter from Egypt” rather than from all researchers of antiquity taken
together. After Buchanan other French researchers, first of all, Riche and
Austin were engaged in psychometry phenomenon very intensively. Time and
again it had being discovered that a simple body contact with any item was
enough to call the most tremendous backstage data on events related thereto.
And there is no difference, whether events of the present, the past or the
future in question.
At all times priests and sages, witch doctors and oracles, astrologers and
foretellers used plummets and willow rods for obtaining data from the past or
the future as well as for search of treasures.
In ancient US using of the plummet was a privilege of lords and aristo?
crats. Emperors always took a silver or golden plummet along and used it
upon making important decisions. In India a rod had been used as early as in
year 3000 B.C., and the history tells that ancient sages used the rod for
searching groundwater. From US and India this craft came to Egypt, then
to Greece and later to the Rome.
The oldest tradition of rod detection or radiesthesia (radius — beam
(Latin) and aesthesia — sensitivity (Greek)) is an ability of unintentional
reception of information from distant (hidden) objects and its transmission
by means of plummet oscillation or deviation of a rod in hands.
This event presumes influence of some physical field on biological system,
which response manifests in the form of alternation of position of an indica?
tor (rod, plummet) being in hands of an investigator.
Moses is considered as the first rod detector in Europe. He hit the rock
with a stick and water appeared out of the rock in response thereto. Plinius
Senior (I century A.D.), Paracels (1493?1541), Mesmer (1734?1815) and
some other authors had mentioned this effect in their works. In the Middle
Ages this effect was successfully used for searching portable water and ore
deposits in countries of the Western Europe.
In 1556 Georgius Agricola described the fact when medieval German
miners searched mineral and ore deposits with the help of a “magic rod”.
According to European archives, about 70% of mineral deposits were discov?
ered by the very method.
The founder of the British Royal Scientific Society Robert Boyle, English
mineralogist William Price, founder of electrochemistry Richter and famous
chemist Glauber were engaged in studying this effect and they estimated its
abilities very highly.
In 1911 in Hanover the first congress on rod detection was held.
International Union of rod detectors was established at this congress. In 1913
ENTROPY LOGIC THEORY OF THEODORE VAN HOVEN AND
EXPANDING HORIZONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
Edward Kriсk
Edward Krick was born in 1945 in India. In 1968 he graduated from Puna
University. He worked on probation in Cambridge (England) by invitation of the
Nobel Prize winner P.Krick, in the University of the Sussex shire (England) by
invitation of B. Goodwin, in Nagasaki University and many other places. In
1978 he was awarded in Stanford University (USA) with PhD degree. He is a
member of the American Physical Society.
Nowadays Edward Krick is the head of department of psychophysical
researches in International Stanford Research Institute.
His scientific researches are focused on a frontier subject between psy?
chophysics and sociology — study of anticorrelation behavior of thermal fields
during social crises and military conflicts.
Edward Krick is a live person keen on different exotics: he likes rafting and
has got a pilot license. He scientific works have been published in the most pres?
tigious magazines of the world (Nature, Scientific American, Physics today etc.),
he has three scientific monographs published.
His youthful wife Simla Jarmapuri introduces a spirit of Oriental wisdom in
his books.
Svyatoslav Nesterov
New York, December, 1995
Many spiritualists, shamans, clairvoyants and parapsychologists had
astonishing paranormal ability to “scan” information from different items —
stones, clothes, photographs and curls — on destiny of their owners.
This ability was called Psychometry (psyche — spitit, soul and metron —
measure (from Greek)) by its pioneer and first researcher New York anthro?
pologist and physiologist professor J. Buchanan. After multiple experiments
with petrifactions, minerals and relics prof. Buchanan discovered that each
inanimate item had a property to “memorize its destiny”. Silent items act as
a certain gramophone record filled by feelings of their former holders.
As long ago as in ancient Egypt people were convinced that everything
called by a person as his own inconceivably was a part of him. Not only cut
nails and hair remain connected with him further, but all items which he had
ever touched remain “impregnated” with his personality. Geologist professor
Denton of Nantes (France), one of disciples of Buchanan, even claimed that
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accomplishing different tasks in geology, archaeology, paleontology, medical
diagnostics and other areas of human activity.
Thus, “a magic stick in skillful hand” (Goethe) has remained its signifi?
cance till our days.
Researches of supersensitive (perceptive) channel allowing some persons
to perceive distant or hidden items not affecting any of known sense bodies
are of a certain interest.
This problem is currently being under consideration in the best university
laboratories of the world: USA, Germany, England, Netherlands, Austria,
France and Italy. Work on studying parameters of a field causing biolocation
effect are being carried out; different theories on mechanism of reception of
information from different objects of animate and inanimate nature by the
human are being developed; electrophysiological processes at a moment of
reception and decoding of information in cerebral structures are being inves?
tigated; attempts to use supersensitivity features of living?beings are being
made.
Psychometry and radiesthesia are two main forms of supersensitive per?
ception (clairvoyance or cognition (cognitio — cognition (Latin)). The only
difference between radiesthesia and psychometry is a method of indication of
things being perceived, as these are two forms of the same function, but not
two different functions. Psychometry and radiesthesia differ from each other
only by the following: in first case extrasensory information is being cognized
directly in the frontal cortex in picturesque or quasi?sensory form, mean?
while upon radiesthesia information is being perceived unconsciously and
gives out its content only through ideomotorally driven indicator.
Radiesthesia can be determined as a method of presentation of informa?
tion received by contactless way from distant hidden objects as the expense of
ideomotor motions realizable upon deviation of a rod (frames) and plum?
mets. An indicator in hands of an operator (as if independently from the
operator’s will) objectivizing intuition moves due to tremor and micro
motions of hands, arising as a result of tonic muscle activity. Rod detection
process is human motoric reactions perfect only after long?term and exhaust?
ing training. Fair results can be reached by a few especially gifted people.
Their small number impeded broad application of this method for accom?
plishing everyday tasks and did not allow making craft of rod detectors a mass
profession.
In spite of the fact that physical laws in classical science until recent times
had not been related to the clairvoyance phenomenon, exact description of
these processes and evidences of this rear unusual human talent have been
existing for many thousand years. Clairvoyance ability can be also reached
the second international congress of experimental psychology was held in
Paris. At this congress a commission consisting of scientists of different spe?
cialties examined more than one hundred people claiming their abilities to
search ore, water and cavities in the interior of the Earth. Conclusions of the
commission emphasized doubtless existence of rod detection phenomenon
(in scientific circles called as biophysical or biolocation effect) and necessity
of its further development. In 1973 the International Society on Research of
Psychotronics (psyche — spirit, soul and tron — measurement device
(Greek)) ? instrument study of possibility of supersensitive perception — was
established. Problems of rod detection are being handled at the congresses of
this society.
Upon results of complex researches UNESCO and UN expert on geolo?
gy prof. S. Tromp published his work in which he proved objective character
of existence of biolocation effect on the basis of large statistical material.
Sensors of a cardiograph and a device for measurement of skin potential were
fixed on blindfold students going with a metal frame instead of a rod by long
profiles. All students reacted by the frame to the same zones being marked by
the cardiograph and the potentiometer.
Professors Chadwick and Jensen (USA) performed analogous researches
on 150 employees and students of Utah University. Statistical magnitude of
results of application of a metal frame was checked with the help of the “Chi?
square” test, and the level of fortuitousness was in the rage of 6.0? 0.05% of
cases.
Thus water, mineral oil, ore, coal as well as missing people, animals and
inanimate items had been being searched for many centuries. And even
nowadays one of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world Swiss
concern “Hoffmann la Roche” gives orders to its permanent rod detectors to
search water required for production before construction work at locations of
new branches is started.
Famous rod detector Gottfried Mayer of Allensbach (Germany) had
determined location of a thermal spring in Constantsa that was discovered
afterwards during well?boring at a depth of 400 meters. The fact made a prof?
it of DM600 000. The boring company “Vik Drilling” headed by V. Tompson
gets very high percentage of productive wells upon using biolocation for
searching underground water?bearing zones; this fact allows the company to
increase volume of drilling from year to year.
The US union of rod detectors includes more than 25 thousand people.
In Vietnam specially trained GIs had been successfully searching unexplod?
ed bombs, grenades and high?explosive shells with the help of rods.
Nowadays there are very successful attempts to use rods and plummets for
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tive perception from the positions of “animal electricity” discovered as far
back as during test performed by L. Galvani and А. Volt. In 1902 a theory of
biopotentials was created; in 1925 G. Fricke offered to consider cell mem?
brane as an oscillation circuit. Events of generation of wave oscillating
processes by human body, animals and plants were discovered. At the level of
brain nerve cells they are being registered in the form of
ElectroEncephaloGrams (EEGs). It is proved that a nerve cell of living
organism is a generator of electromagnetic radiation in ultrahigh range of fre?
quencies with the wave length comparable with linear dimensions of the cell
itself.
W. Aidee supposed that weak magnetic fields of brain neurons played sub?
stantial role in the process of data perception and processing creating the sec?
ond signaling system in addition to the synaptic one. H.Puthoff and R.Targ
had established influence of weak magnetic fields on the cerebrum leaving
aside sense bodies. In their experiments they proved that upon transmission
of information under absolute absence of sensory contact the role of inter?
mediary was played by electromagnetic oscillation of very low frequency. It
should be noted that experiments of Puthoff and Targ were successfully
reproduced in many laboratories of the world. In the G.Schnoll’s opinion,
interaction of radiations of different cells under absence of an external signal
takes place at the expense of resonance events (interference) between waves
of different length provided that both ultrahigh harmonic (sinusoidal) and
low frequency nonlinear (stochastic) oscillations are available. Their syn?
chronization is provided by nervous system, and their coherence — by tissue
specialization of cell structures. Upon weakening control of nervous system,
for example, as a result of a mental disease or impact of neurotropic toxins
these processes can be put in order by external stimuli, namely: visual,
acoustic and chemical ones or electromagnetic radiation. Interaction of radi?
ations is executed at molecular level as a result of alternation of relative posi?
tion of molecules creating the cell in space (conformational transfers). At
that an effect of resonance intensification of cumulative signal is achieved.
The given event was called as biological feedback and currently is broad?
ly used for rapid achievement of the state of deep relaxation (meditation).
In excited cell structures electric tensions (so called “membrane poten?
tial”) within the range of from 8 mV (rest potential) through 60 mV (action
potential) are caused by nerve impulses. We can consider nerve cell as rhyth?
mogenic center with exogenic modulated frequency.
Whether we are in a normal (and even excited, nervous or scared) wake?
ful state, then EEG will display mainly beta waves. Their frequency mostly
does not exceed 20?25 Hz, and their amplitude lies in the range of 2?20
with the help of narcotics. Clairvoyance ability can appear in one’s sleep, dur?
ing hypnosis or with the help of conscious suggestion or as congenital gift
(very often it takes place in Ireland, Scotland, as well as in some eastern
countries of Europe and Asia).
Clairvoyance promotes perception of events in the present (cognition), in
the past (retrocognition) and in the future (precognition). Up to now classic
science has been denying the very process of clairvoyance. However, serious
researches performed in many universities and institutes of many American
states allowed admitting existence of this absolutely unique natural phenom?
enon.
Professor Joseph Benk Rayan, an American psychologist in Duke
University in Darham (North Carolina) proved objective existence of the
clairvoyance phenomenon by scientific and statistical methods. He used so
called Zener cards (a test used for quantitative studying of parapsychological
phenomena).
On the basis of experiments performed in laboratory of Stanford
University a fundamental conclusion was made as follows: each person has a
potential ability to perceive spatially distant topographic and engineering
objects (buildings, roads, technical equipment) as well as biological struc?
tures (animals, plants and other people). In this case the given phenomenon
does not depend on the distance. According to researches, substantial
increase in test effectiveness happens upon using statokinetic indicators (rod,
metal frame or plummet).
Results of tests performed in laboratories around the world allowed to fin?
ish off with unsubstantiated denial of this event by scientific orthodoxies.
Thanks to positive experiments scientific community managed to finally
make sure of existence of the effect of supersensitive perception and the fact
that all people can possess such abilities and that they can be strengthen as a
result of training or, quite significantly, application of the latest special equip?
ment.
Explanation of phenomenon of supersensitive perception is possible bas?
ing on materialistic conceptions without exceeding the frameworks of scien?
tific paradigms.
For own explanation ability to perceive distant (hidden) stimuli irrespec?
tive of ordinary sensory processes has required certain researches in the
frameworks of such disciplines as neurophysiology, information theory and
quantum theory.
Not long before discovery of electromagnetic waves by physician Kruks
and chemist Ostvald set up a hypothesis on radiations lately called as a “radio
of cerebrum”. A group of researchers tried to explain the effect of supersensi?
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whole picture. In his opinion, whether human brain and physical Universe
are under holographic principle, then the consciousness shall represent
whole visual environment.
The beginning of changing of thinking towards cognition of supersensitive
perception is sooner being happened with physicians since models with the
help of which they are trying to explain behavior of elementary particles have
specific properties and depend on the state of an observer in respect to the test
subject.
In the late 70?es physicians Helmut Schmidt and Evans Harris Worker
published their theory of paranormal function relying on concepts of quan?
tum theory. It stated that such paranormal events as clairvoyance refer to
areas of quantum physics, in essence. Thanks to Schmidt?Worker theory an
elegant mathematical model of supersensitive perception containing physical
prerequisites and including physiology of spiritualist was formulated.
Further, Evans H. Worker started working with these two areas and offered a
new perception of the “hidden variety” based, in his opinion, on quantum
reactions. Worker had researched the role played by consciousness in obser?
vation of physical processes. The scientist thought that nerves subduing to
consciousness are connected with each other at the level of interaction of ele?
mentary particles rather than through ordinary reaction of chemical conduc?
tivity. Thus, entire unity of connected particles, which is, in the Worker’s
opinion, of extremely complex state, is being created. Worker thought that
human consciousness is equivalent to variety of states of elementary particles.
Thus, a portion of power of this cerebral system processing information is
always ready to stop “collapse” of uncertain states of elementary particles out?
side the system. Such a process was called by Worker as “regulating function
of consciousness”. With the help of consciousness it is possible to psychoki?
netically influence on our world and this will a source of all paranormal
effects. As consciousness is able to influence on nonlinear variety of the sys?
tem the system’s activity is limited neither by space nor time.
Concurrently, but independently, with H.Worker, O. Kosta de Borgar
offered an analogous idea. In his opinion, conscious brain activity is corre?
sponded by ordinary (trivial) logic, whereas subconscious activity is the basis
of intuitive discernments and is performed pursuant to quantum (entropic)
logic. Upon connection of subconsciousness stochasticity of conclusion and
decisions equivalent to stochasticity upon quantum?mechanical measure?
ments appears.
State of any quantum system is being determined by probability laws of
distribution of proper physical values being determined through wave func?
tions. Two quantum systems are called as quantum?correlated ones, if prob?
microvolt. Upon visual or acoustical stimulation wave pattern of this so called
“background activity” of brain is being changed radically. Some higher points
reach amplitude of up to 200 microvolt. Whether activation impulses from
reticular system weakens, then “background activity” decreases significantly
and gives way to a type of waves known as alpha waves with the frequency of
8?12 Hz and amplitude of 5?100 microvolt.
Almost all authors of books and tutorials on methods of relaxation, auto?
genic training, transcendental meditation or yoga call production of alpha
waves a prerequisite for reaching self?hypnotic state. However, relaxation
reached in such a way has nothing common with self?hypnotic state as the
frontal cortex still exercises its typical beta activity.
Self?hypnotic state and access to subconscious areas of central nervous
system appear only when the brain produces theta?waves with the frequency
of 4?7 Hz and amplitude of 5?150 mV. Now consciousness and subcon?
sciousness “speak” the same language, and unhindered information exchange
is possible between them.
The brain uses an opportunity of “interbrain communication” mostly for
its own programming: genetic information and content of subconsciousness
(archetypes) come into communication with and are processed along with
individual empirical data accumulated in memory. These programs are
required for unhindered performance of vegetative functions, development
and maintenance of genetically fixed behavior, as well as for execution of
“human — environment” connection.
It should be noted that problem of interaction of consciousness and sub?
consciousness is one of the most complex and the least developed problems
of modern science. Only one of 10 million bits of information is cognized.
The rest mass of perceived information is not cognized and is fixed in the area
of subconsciousness. Some authors refer events of foresight and creative intu?
ition expressed in generation of new scientific hypotheses to this very area.
J. Sarfatti and G. Barra suppose that the area of subconsciousness is con?
nected not only with separate individuals, but is common for all human pop?
ulation. They think that ” functionally large and thin systems thanks to inter?
action of subsystems?individuals being parts thereof can possess
consciousness immanently inherent to them or its analogues as an integral
functional mean of displaying reality and antientropic influence on the outer
world and themselves”. By content this theory is close to the theory of “coop?
erative subconsciousness” by C. Yung. According to M. Talbot’s ideas, func?
tion of consciousness is a field, resonance of continuum of fields that control
the substance structure. C.Pribram offered holographic model of conscious?
ness, according to which each particle of the hologram characterizes the
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motionlessly lay at the bottom, because it will contradict to the uncertainty
principle stating that it is impossible to unambiguously determine exact value
of coordinate and impulse of a quantum object (and the coordinate of the ball
laying at the bottom is determined exactly, as well as impulse that is equal to
zero — entropy of the system takes on a maximum value).
Thus, even vacuum possesses some organization at the expense of oscilla?
tion of different fields.
Basing on the principle of convergence of gravity forces and entropy pro?
fessor Т. van Hoven developed a mathematical model of “entropy fields ”
(black belts) being quasi?fields generated by caused space?time deformation.
It is easy to find explanation of delicate mechanism of interaction of
quantum?correlated systems in the theory of entropy logic. Transmission
(reduction) of wave function to the system (information induction) causes
alternation of curvature of four?dimensional space?time analogous to influ?
ence of a massive body, appearance of “gravity temporal crater” or “entropic
depression “, if to speak in figurative terms of van Hoven.
Thus, mechanism of information induction is being realized upon
increase of quantum values of entropy of correlated systems.
In order to explain existence of many paranormal human properties and
a range of phenomena of supersensitive perception, which realization is hard
to explain from the view of orthodox scientific paradigm (for example, for
cooperative subconsciousness claimed by C.Yung or clairvoyance in the past,
present or the future) it is necessary to deepen into a thrilling area of ele?
mentary?particle physics for detailed researching of properties of electrons
and other particles.
Atomic electrons move by quantum passages around their nucleuses,
simultaneously rotating around their own axes. This own rotational impulse,
or spin, characterizes all other elementary particles as well. Thus, all elec?
trons, protons and neutrons rotate with the value of spin (S) in 1/2 (s=1/2),
and all bosons, gluons and photons with the spin of 1 (s=1).
But how can rotational motion contain information at all? In this case it
is possible to produce not one, but even two fundamental possibilities. First,
information might be presented by a value of rotational impulse that depends
on speed of rotation, mass and form of a particle. Second, this information
might be encoded along the lines of rotation of the particle.
The first supposition is unfortunately pulled down due to inconsistency
with laws of nature. While particles can take absolutely any impulse along the
lines of distribution, it is impossible for them due to presence of an universal
natural constant (Planck constant) unlike, for example, planets, stars or a
whipping top to rotate with any speed. They shall adhere to one rotational
ability characteristics of one of them depend on proper characteristics of the
other. It happens when systems has been contacting with each other at some
moment in quantum sense, i.e. they wave functions have been crossed.
Possibility of quantum correlations follows from the main postulates of quan?
tum mechanics being observed experimentally. Thus, there is a transfer of
alternations (reduction) of wave function between quantum?correlated sys?
tems. According to quantum?mechanical description, influence of one of the
systems on the other is being transmitted instantly and does not depend on
distance and availability of electromagnetic or other screens. These proper?
ties of quantum?correlated systems with account of their initial “contact”
coincide with features of interaction of an operator with distant (hidden)
material objects. Influence of the operator on physical system is being exer?
cised through his “influence” on wave functions of quantum objects, and this
influence is being exercised in the same way as in quantum?correlated sys?
tems, i.e. has a character of magnetic, electrical or acoustical influence.
Professor of physics Dr. D. Bom as a hidden parameter offered to intro?
duce some mathematical field, transmitting alternations (reduction) of wave
functions (called in quantum mechanics as “informational function of sys?
tem” or ? \|/?field.
According to concepts of quantum entropy logic (an adjacent discipline
at the borders of quantum mechanics and information theory), information?
al function of the system is divergent to the system’s energy and has orthogo?
nal projection of impulse in space?time continuum in respect to the later and
is convergent to the mass of physical objects comprising the system being
researched.
Dependence between a state of informational function (channel width
and density of signal transmission) and a mass of the physical body can be
described by the formula of finite increments of Lagrange.
General theory of relativity of Albert Einstein connected gravitational
fields with distortion of four?dimensional space — the time. In order to vivid?
ly imagine this connection the space often is sketched out as a stretched film
or trampoline in which pits are being punched by massive bodies (“gravita?
tional craters”). A particle passing by the massive body slides down to such a
crater and we interpret it as gravitation. Within the frameworks of such anal?
ogy the work of Svyatoslav Nesterov and Yakov Zeldovich on “zero
Lagrangian” can be considered as explanation of some “resilience” of the
space. By conception of quantum mechanics an oscillation system (for
example, a ball in a hollow) can possess only strictly established energy —
roughly speaking, the ball can rise up to some strictly established points only
without experiencing intermediate states at that. Besides, the ball can not
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or to the theory of quantum field as a result of exchange of the third virtual
particle.
With due account thereof we can gain vivid (but extremely simplified)
insight of quantum mechanical processes inside material objects.
Separate quantum particles constantly emit field quanta. Whether the
later come across with a particle able to interact with them, then they are
being absorbed by it and hand it over their energy and rotational impulse
(spin).
By means of medium — carrier — virtual particle — material objects are
able to receive information from the environment and radiate actual infor?
mation on the state of objects.
The way, by which electron “processes” information contained in the spin
of absorbed virtual particles and accumulates it in the form of discrete quan?
tities, can be explained by the theory of quantum entropy logic proposed by
Prof. Theodore van Hoven.
In his theory T. van Hoven develops success of works by E. Vitchincsky
and L. Beadley, in which in a single theory weak and strong interactions of
elementary particles, electromagnetism and gravitation (nowadays known as
absolute unity theory (AUT)) were united.
Van Hoven pins the AUT theory with baryon asymmetry of the Universe.
This work made large impression and caused a great deal of new researches,
in which, in particular, a role of x?particles and other bosons was described in
detail.
By now conception of structure of baryons as component particles con?
sisting of three “more elementary” particles — quarks (antibaryon consists of
antiparticles — antiquarks, accordingy) become firmly established. In Van
Hoven’s theory quarks and leptons (collective name of electron and neutrino)
are considered on equal terms and can transform into each other. As a con?
sequence, reaction with alternation of rotational impulse (spin) can be per?
formed.
Decay process takes place with formation of so called x?boson as well as
other similar by properties vector (terminal) particles at the intermediate
stage. For shot we will talk on x?bosons only; let me remind you that vector
fields are the ones able to exist in any states of polarization. The simplest
example is an electromagnetic field.
Probability of this decay reaction is extremely doubtful. The point is that
mass of quark is certainly less than the one of x?boson. Thus, this reaction
does not take place in common (classical) sense of the word. Just some slight
“swinging” of such level of vacuum liberty (resiliency) that corresponds to x?
boson takes place. X?boson can decay by two ways — into antiquark and
speed strictly established for each type of particles, and value of this speed
shall be half?integer of integer multiple value of h/2, where h — is a quantum
of Planck’s action.
This value equals to 1.0546 * 10?2 erg?secs and is the most little action
ever detectable.
From electronic data processing we know that for producing and trans?
mitting information we shall have at least two different levels of semantic
expression (bit) that are usually denoted by 1 and 0 symbols. United into
groups (bytes) 1 and 0 levels of semantic expression allow to represent any
large quantities of numbers on the basis of binary system of numeration. For
example,  all  numbers  between  equals  sign  and  255
(1+2+4+8+16+32+64+128=255) in 8 bites in 1 byte as used in computer
engineering. Whether letters or signs go with certain numbers as, for exam?
ple, in American АSСII code, then it is possible to depict all letters from А
through Z and all punctuation marks as well as wildcard characters.
In data processing systems 1 and 0 levels of semantic expression can be
depicted with positive or negative tension or with that current propagates or
nor; whereas in data storages they temporarily exist as the expense of pres?
ence or absence of magnetic field (hard?disk drives) or electrical tension, or
at the expense of transparency of crystals of metal oxides (optical plates).
Similarly to that fact elementary particles can also have two opposite lev?
els of semantic expression: rotational impulse of a particle is orientated in
space in parallel (directed “upwards”) or in antiparallel (directed “down?
wards”) with direction of its movement.
Whether we proceed from the assumption that parallel (marked with “+”)
spins correspond to 1 in binary system and antiparallel (with the sign of “?”)
to 0 in the same system, then it is especially obvious that elementary particles
are able to communicate the spin, i.e. modulated semantic information.
Four main forces determining physical structure of the world and respon?
sible for all interactions between particles and thereby for all physical events
act between structural elements of substance (elementary particles). They are
weak and strong interaction, gravitation and electromagnetism. Two of them
— weak and strong interaction — are not able to be directly perceived in
macroscopic sphere: they have just narrow ranges that are less than radius of
atomic nucleus (10?8 cm).
By contrast with this gravitation and electromagnetism due to endless
range refer to our everyday empirical world.
As all elementary particles possess both properties of particles and waves,
we can consider interaction between particles either according to the theory
of standard field as a consequence of interpenetration of their relevant fields
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tic) language with the help of mechanism of wave encoding (modulation).
In electrons of cortical nerve cells supersensitive information encoded in
the spin in the form of discrete magnitudes transforms into analogous neuron
impulses and is being processed into quasi?sensitive impressions like other
information of sensory impressions. O. Reiser supposed that quantum spin
states acting as information carrier are being realized at the atomic level in
hydrogen bonds of protein.
It was shown in works of Prof. Arthur T. Winfrey of Arizona University
devoted to study of three?dimensional modes of distribution of electrochem?
ical waves and executive centers in excitable mediums, that magnetohydro?
dynamic waves (Alphen waves) spreading at that in tissues cause rearrange?
ment of nuclear configuration of macromolecules and influence on energy of
nerve cells. In the opinion of G.Lashaet and A. Morrow the following prin?
ciple lies in the heart of supersensitive perception: decomposition of spec?
trum lines of magnetic field conditioned by presence of nucleuses having
their own magnetic moment.
Seko Idzava of Nuclear Research laboratory of Nagasaki University
(Japan) established that upon influence of weak electrical fields a whirl mag?
netic field appears inside the volume of nerve cells, their structures of differ?
ent geometrical dimensions, not excluding dimensions of molecules.
Upon certain alternation of wave functions of magnetic electrons of sub?
stances being in labile state (a state of instability both to strong and weak dis?
turbances) a phase change of spins of magnetic electrons (spin re?orientation
transfer) can occur in them. As a result of spin?spin interaction of nucleuses
a hyperfine structure in spectra of magnetic field appears.
As energy jumps in atoms are proportional to their ionization energy, then
a role of receptors perceiving field changes can be successfully played by
impurity atoms. Their distinctive feature is extremely low energy of ioniza?
tion and long life?time.
Scientists of California Institute of Technology (USA) have detected
impurity atoms in nerve cell of the human brain in the form of inclusions
mostly consisting of magnetite (FeО o Fe2O3) with the size of up to 100,000
angstroms.
In the temperature range of 301.5?321.3 K magnetite is in labile state, and
upon disturbing influence on its crystal lattice, a spin re?orientation transfer
accompanied by alternation of values of magnetic resistance and magnetic
susceptibility takes place in it. At that the value of hyperfine decomposition
of spectra is not much dependant on values of external magnetic field. In this
case obtaining of zoned structure of energy spectra at the expense of the sys?
tem of delocalized р?electrons of 57 Fe isotope of impurity centers of nerve
positron or into two quarks; anti?x can decay into quark and electron or two
antiquarks, accordingly. Integrated probability of decay of x equals to inte?
grated probability of decay of anti?x. But upon decay of x?boson more pairs
of quarks than upon decay of the same quantity of anti?x pairs of antiquarks
are being formed and less antiquarks and positrons than quarks and electrons
upon decay of anti?x. It is essentially that x?decay takes place without balance
and with some “procrastination”. Otherwise baryon asymmetry won’t be able
to be formed by general theorems.
Formation of baryon asymmetry implies global spontaneous symmetry
breakdown for many properties of the space.
Thus, there are huge areas (billions of light years) with space division of
substance with positive and negative polarization and proper physical fields
thereof conditioned by transfer of moment of rotational impulse (terminal
fields) in the Universe.
At the further stages of cosmological expansion of the Universe annihila?
tion of antiquarks with quarks, then — merging of excess quarks into baryons
takes place, and then excess electrons come into atom structures. This is the
way of origin of the substance.
Further development only proved van Hoven’s theory that includes so
called quantum chromokinetics, i.e. dynamical theory of electromagnetic
gravitational (entropic) interactions.
According to this theory, upon decay reaction quarks are given additional
level of liberty, conjugated with electromagnetic radiation of light spectrum,
thus called as color. Quantum chromokinetics (abbreviation — QCD) is very
successful in description of quantum?correlated interactions of hadrons. Its
character is ability to retain quarks! They can not be extracted from baryons
or mesons in the same way as electrons are being extracted from atoms. The
reason is creation of some “chord” retaining quark with the force not
reducible depending on distance.
Some successes obtained upon researches of supersensitive channel of
information transfer, were conditioned by scientific strategy based on con?
ceptions of physical mechanisms of initial interaction of a field with some
elementary structures acting as biological receptors being a part of nerve cells.
In the opinion of O. Reiser, mechanism of signal detection can be conceived
as a result of resonance interaction between fields generated by nerve cells of
the cerebrum and hydrogen?helium plasma of the ambient space. In the sci?
entist’s opinion, nerve cells of the cerebral cortex can be considered relative?
ly to a stable aggregation of colloid structures of quantum?mechanical nature
able to extract proper information using “Fourier transformation” and put it
in good order and sufficiently represent it though a communicative (linguis?
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penalty by electric chair are of a special interest. Prof. Abarbanel marks
anomalously high results of parapsychological tests (guessing of Zener cards)
among prison officers participating in the death penalty. And these results
lasted for the next two days. Thus, an officer who turned on knife?switch
feeding the electric chair has correctly guessed the most (64?72 cards) of one
hundred Zener cards containing five different geometrical figures (square,
triangle, circle, cross and two parallel lines) in all tests. And before the death
penalty, this number was about 22?26 cards.
Physics professor John B. Hayed of London has been studying psychom?
etry during his researches of breaking of a metal bar. Thanks to that fact rely?
ing on large statistical material he discovered an increment of supersensitive
perception effect among probationers upon destruction of metal.
These and other experiments in the area of psychophysics allowed devel?
oping devices switching human normal perception by sensory interpersonal
psychological reactions. With the help of these devices an intentional expan?
sion of perceptual sphere (subconsciousness) controlled by researchers can
be executed; a barrier between layer of consciousness and the area of subcon?
sciousness carrying infinite quantity of information on visual environment is
being destructed.
In 1988 the US Congress assigned USD 145 million for research work on
development of psychotron systems that allows determining location of pits
of underground nuclear launchers and submarines with nuclear weapon
aboard from stationary objects at the territory of the USA.
Tests confirmed by space photographs have shown effectiveness of the
detection system developed.
CIA’s claim that the USSR performs large?scale researches on develop?
ment of psychotron arms systems and more than 30 laboratories in Moscow,
Leningrad, Obninsk, Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, Omsk and Novosibirsk take
part in so called “supersensitive arms race” made American Congress worry
and allowed to provide new investments into research work. In the further
budget projects a share for this purpose was increased up to USD 450 million
per annum.
Doubtless success of developers of psychotron location systems is detec?
tion with the help of “Titania” equipment of collapse point of the top secret
Stealth fighter “Lockheed F?117AE” with two nuclear bombs B?61 aboard
crashed in winter of 1991 during the “Desert Storm” operation at the territo?
ry of Iraq.
Similar new generation equipment is used by NASA (the US National
Aeronautics and Space Administration) in distant space communication sys?
tems. During space flight on the “Discovery” space shuttle American astro?
cells of the brain becomes available. Thus, mechanism of quantum?correlat?
ed interactions of biological system can be realized at the expense of energy
increment by electron upon inducing and alternation of diamagnetic
moment of impurity atoms contained in nerve cells of cerebral tissues.
Low reproducibility is the main difficulty of using parapsychological phe?
nomena in general practice. In order to increase reproducibility different
methods of forming specified bioelectrical activity of the brain, upon which
human paranormal abilities can be successfully realized are used.
Required organization of cerebral activity can appear either as a result of
organic changes or by the way of purposeful training resulting in functional
reorganization.
In the first case these are brain injuries (including birth traumas),
ischemic disease, atherosclerosis, congenital features of brain composition, a
number of psychical (epilepsy, schizophrenia) and neurological diseases.
In the second case these are different methods from the practice of yoga,
rebirthing, hypnosis, eidetics, medication methods and methods of active
forming of established cerebral activity by direct influence on the cortical
part of the brain and peripheral sensory systems.
In 1975 R. Monroe patented the method of potentiation of paranormal
state of the human brain at the expense of stereo sounds being entered into
the right and left ear of a probationer with the difference of 4?7 Hz.
For increment of effect of supersensitive perception R.Richards and
J.Ruddle (Oxford University) offered to use a weak alternating magnetic field
resonant to theta?rhythm of the brain in combination with photic and sound
stimuli. In the opinion of Prof. Rudolph Kapelner (Neurological Institute of
Vienna University), excited by magneto?light?acoustic impulse cerebral
hemispheres “become a source of new?type mentality and new knowledge”.
None other than Nobel Prize winner in physics Danny Gabor, the dis?
coverer of principle of holography, made an interesting conclusion that ultra?
weak photon emission observable with all animals and plant organisms exam?
ined, sharply increases when the biological system starts dying (regardless of
death type — whether as a result of, e.g. mechanical destruction, intoxica?
tion, overheating or freezing). Performed in parallel parapsychological
researches (Right test) have shown significant increase of test effectiveness
with probationers.
Dr. Siros Murphy, who has performed his studies of supersensitive per?
ception in mental and cancer hospitals, states that high paranormal abilities
were discovered both among patients of the hospitals and their medical staff.
Unique researches performed by Prof. Henry Abarbanel (Institute of
Nonlinear Science, San Diego) in San Diego federal prison during death
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discovered previously unknown Greek colony established approximately in
1800 B.C. at the hill Assiros?Tiumba in Asia Minor.
The latest developments of HGY Inc. firm in the area of computer super?
sensory medical diagnostics systems merit a special attention. Computerized
tomographic systems and ultrasound scanners show stereoscopic picture of
internals in any perspective required. Reference color imposed on the picture
allows a doctor to intuitively determine areas of dyscrasia at the body’s pro?
jection.
Each of these achievements is a result of long?term researches and signif?
icant efforts of developers and manufactures of such equipment. They all
widely demonstrate unlimited abilities of systems of nonlinear analysis,
search and forecast.
nauts performed tests of the “Ariel” system aimed for emergency communi?
cation with the Earth is case of disabled radio communication or other emer?
gency situations. The US Navy also tries to use similar equipment called
“Umbriel” for communication with submarine crews.
This equipment is already out of military care. After the veil of secrecy was
lifted from such equipment large group of devices called as “brain machines”
becoming very popular in the USA, Japan and Western Europe was created.
The “Boeing” company has been already using systems of nonlinear con?
trol in aircraft construction very intensively. The computer that controls
assembling projects images of separate units and details to monitor. The sys?
tem of nonlinear control will report information on defective units in the
most natural intuitive form.
“We need an advanced technology to fundamentally change methods of
designing and manufacture. We consider “brain machines” as an obvious next
step”. (G. Hobbit, president of Воеing Тесhпо1оgу Services).
The same Boeing has developed extremely original system for testing new
aircraft models. Developers vary details of construction and with the help of
nonlinear analysis obtain proper information on “weak points” in yet unbuilt
aircraft.
Californian VPL?Research Company has developed and is continuously
improving the most complicated procedure that allows obtaining three?
dimensional graphic presentation of abstract massifs illustrating multifactor
intuitive forecast of financial situations. The computer program simulates
different probable extreme cases, while probability of their occurrence and
credibility value of the forecast are being estimated with the help of systems
of nonlinear analysis. According to postulates of entropy logic, situations of
danger, risk or catastrophe are easily detectable in model experiments with
the use of systems of nonlinear forecast.
In any case practical application of “brain machines” for prediction of
development of situations and making decisions under deficit of initial infor?
mation results in additional profit to companies using such equipment.
The developer of very successful designs of “brain machines” is the pro?
fessor in psychology of Vienna University, specialist in electronics Rudolph
Kapelner.
Thus, with the help of “AGM?Меdium 12/60” device developed by АGМ
Соrроrаtiоn company (Linz, Austria) in collaboration with Vienna
University a large accident at the nuclear power plant in Norway was suc?
cessfully prevented.
Experience of using “brain machines” in archeology is very interesting.
With the help of device of the same АGМ Соrp. Dr. Solomon Poppelarous
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Nowadays it is hard to fully estimate consequences of creation of psy?
chotron weapon. A country first making decisive breakthrough in this area
will obtain such superiority over its potential enemies that can be compared
with monopolistic possession of nuclear weapon only.
Although conclusions of the given study are not a step forward in estima?
tion of the program aimed to provision of the US long?term superiority in
researches in the area of PAS announced by G. Bush, the study is of signifi?
cant interest due to fundamental, comprehensive character of the work.
This fact gives to estimates and conclusions of the APS a special weight,
which, seemingly, previous works of the same type were short of.
This explains the reaction manifested by opponents of PAS development
upon publication of the given study. Its appearance once again exacerbated
debates on the matter in the Congress. But in general, main conclusions of
the APS study were not prejudiced during disputes, and this fact is of very
importance. It could be said that publication of the given report and its cen?
tral conclusions virtually exhausted debates on scientific and technical
aspects of the PAS creation program, and ultimately made clear positions of
the most authoritative in the given matter American scientists.
And what are the conclusions of the commission? In comparison with the
report’s volume (639 pages) they are very laconic. Let us quote from the very
report:
“In the recent years gigantic steps in development of psychotron arms sys?
tems were made. In this connection new alluring opportunities to obtain
inaccessible information by using psychotron devices as well as methods of
telekinetic influence on technical systems with the purpose of their distant
destruction appear.
A 3?4?year program of military application studies performed by organi?
zations co?executors by order of the U.S Department of Defense is taking
shape. The ultimate goal of this program is assured application of PAS in
solving applied problems of the state defense.
At the same time the study group still sees significant problems in scien?
tific and technical comprehension of many matters in this area. Successful
solving of these problems plays a key role in achievement of technical char?
acteristics required for creation of effective system of psychotechnological
weapon.
Characteristics of the most important PAS components shall be improved
by several orders of the value. As these components are interrelated with each
other their improvements shall be mutually coordinated. Decision of impor?
tant matters related to integration of the PAS with already existing weapon
systems in general also substantially depends on information, which is lack?
PSYCHOTRON WEAPON ?
NEW STRATEGIC DIRECTION OF
DEVELOPMENT OF ARMS SYSTEM
OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES.
Members of the commission of the American Physical Society * resumes con?
clusion of the commission on possibilities of creation of psychotron weapon and
decision of the U.S. Government to deploy such weapon.
BY C. PATEL, Т. JOHNSON, E. KRICK
In January of 1996 the American Physical Society started studying the
state of development of psychotron arms systems in the USA. The results of
the study published just at the end of February 1998 represent extensive esti?
mate of possibilities to use such weapon for tasks related to matters of the
country defense.
The commission consisted of 21 members (the authors were its members
as well) set itself an object to prepare a report to be technical basis for creation
of deployed network of psychophysical weapon according to plans of sup?
porters of using psychotron systems for solving applied defense problems.
The commission was composed of specialists in different areas of science
and technology playing an important role in development of psychotron
weapon.
They represent wide spectrum of scientific and industrial laboratories,
many of which directly relates to creation of psychotron weapon and auxil?
iaries.
During the study we had access to secret information. Publication of the
present report was delayed for seven months during which it had been being
examined by DOD officers. As a result of such examination the report was
reduced by more than one third.
In general published results confirmed previous estimates of some leading
American scientists that at the present stage psychophysical arms systems
(PAS) can be used for meeting wide range of military challenges.
The commission has concluded that PAS can be used for creation of
principally new means and methods of prosecution of war, including creation
of new?type strategic weapon.
Creation of the physical theory of psi?phenomena by T.van Hoven was a
condition of significant progress in development of the given type of weapon.
Editor’s note: *American Physical Society (APS) is one of the largest and most authoritative American organiza?
tions uniting leading physicians of the USA, including many Nobel Prize winners.
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Among other problems meant, but did not considered are level of expenses,
control over arms and strategic balance, as well as matters of home and foreign
policy related thereto. Research group of the American Physical Society that had
prepared the report “Scientific and technical aspects of development of psy?
chotron arms systems”:
N.Blumbergen, АТ & Т Bell Laboratories.
C.Patel, Harvard University.
P. Avisonis, USAF Arms Laboratory.
R.Clem, Sandia National laboratory.
А. Geriberg, Washington University.
Т. Johnson, US Military Academy.
Т. Marshall, Columbia University.
W. Morrow, Lincoln Laboratory.
А. Holecome, Mancind Unlimited Inc.
E. Vitchinsky, Cornell University.
E. Sessler, Lawrence Laboratory, Berkley.
G. Sallivan, Illinois State University.
G. Vayant, Arizona University.
E. Yariv, California Institute of Technology.
Т. Dressler, HGY Inc.
R. Zeir, Stanford University.
E.Krick, International Stanford Research Institute.
R. Jan, Princeton University.
R. Morris, Syracuse University.
А. Feyber, VPL Research.
S. Brown, J&J Inc.
The research has a long history. The decision on creation of the research
group was made by the American Physical Society on January 20, 1996; the
group was created in May 1996. Preparation of the report took 21 months (as
Patel said, “elephant gestation”); it was published on February 24, 1998. Within
seven months the report has been being examined in the US Department of
Defense as to secret information contained therein.
ing still, as we know”. The commission subjected many essential aspects of
the PAS relating to systems of management, control, communication and
reconnaissance.
Already existing psychotechnological systems give satisfactory results in
distant reconnaissance; upon organization of communication with important
distant objects, namely: submarines, aircrafts, spacecrafts etc.
Electrical screening of the given equipment, placing of the later in the
Faraday chamber, in a spacecraft or a submarine does not impede high?qual?
ity control of the distant model.
The other area of application of this equipment is forecasting and model?
ing of results of military operations and political actions, intuitive decision of
analytical tasks, choosing one of several possible outcomes in absence of any
initial information. Patterns of successful application of the PAS in creation
of space?time distant system of prevention of accidents and catastrophes are
also available. The equipment allows making forecasts on some sections: nat?
ural disasters; wars and international conflicts; air and marine catastrophes;
civil unrest etc.
Other important subject of our study is possibility to use the PAS for the
purpose of destruction of living organisms or electronic physical objects (so
called “magic weapon”).
It is certainly important for the U.S. Army to know whether such devices
are able to influence on people and to disable machinery and weapon at the
distance of thousands of kilometers.
Of all types of devices presumably able to serve the given purposes and
currently being at the development stage the most interesting one is low?fre?
quency quantum resonance Krick oscillator, which refers to the most
approved systems. Experiments with the Krick oscillator (the oscillator and
the recipient were divided by 1.5 through 30 miles between them) confirmed
possibility of distant influence on complex electronic devices and higher psy?
chic functions of living organisms.
As high?quality radiation beam is free of distortion, has minor divergence
angle and is not absorbed or dispersed by atmosphere, it is possible to place
the Krick oscillator at a space platform. In spite of so high characteristics of
the beam, possibility to use the Krick oscillator as effective weapon for dis?
abling machinery and armament and direct attack on troops in the first place
depends on experimental verification of several physical ideas so far being
considered only theoretically. If to look at this problem from the technical
positions, then the mentioned obstacles can be insuperable. Events that can
occur around these experiments in the nearest future will directly relate to the
matters of creation of strategic weapon of new type.
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dulum etc. (Mizun Y.G. Biopathogenic zones — threat of disease. ?
Мoscow, 1993). A method of “rod detection” that lies in fact that such acces?
sory as, for example, a twig of hazel?tree or willow, deviates or rotates in
hands of some people coming over water?bearing, ore deposit or other abnor?
mal zones. (Malakhov А.А. Along with the rod for minerals. ? Questions and
answers, 1973, No.3).
According to some researchers this ability is inherent to from 15 to 95%
of people researched. Nevertheless, good results can be obtained by gifted
biolocation operators after long?term painstaking training only. (Sochevanov
N.N., Matveev V.S. Biophysical method in geological studies. ? Geology of
ore deposits. 1974, vol. 16,No.5; Bakirov А.G. Geological capabilities of bio?
physical method. ? Collection of reports of the conference on psychotronic
studies. Vol.1., Prague, 1973; Bondarev B.V. Biophysical effect and its appli?
cation in exploration activity. ? Scientific works of Tashkent State University,
1970, issue No. 372).
There is no equipment and methods increasing reliability of output of
biolocation operators. This fact impedes broad application of biolocation
testing nowadays.
It is highlighted in guides on rod detection that in order to get maximum
reliability of prospecting works the tree twig used as accessory shall be newly?
cut (Lomonosov М.V. About prospecting forks. ? First foundations of metal?
lurgy and ore craft. ? 1763; Blaumang М. Why does the fork rotate? ?
Science and engineering, 1975, No.1; Morish Y.I., Turobov B.V. Rod detec?
tion without mysticism. ? Nature, 1986, No.11).
The authors became interested in this claim and rod tests performed
allowed to formulate working hypothesis that synchronized interaction of the
biolocation operator with any actively functioning biological system or com?
ponents thereof exposed to intensive destruction significantly increases relia?
bility of biolocation studies. Percentage of increased reliability depends on
intuitive abilities of the operator and level of biological organization of dying
system or functional importance of used components thereof.
The authors analyzed historical data on appearance of “prophets” in the
years of social or geophysical shocks, ritual features of sacrifices, shamanism
and witchcraft from the positions of the theory of entropy logic by Theodore
van Hoven.
The is a method of increasing working capacity of operators of aviation
description and a device for its realization by influencing with series of
mechanical stimuli with the help of needles on reflexogenic zones of the skin
of breast, back, abdomen, hips and shoulders (author’s certificate of the
USSR No.738226, А 61 No.1/32, 1981).
(19) RU (11) 2119806 (13) C1
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ON PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS
(12) DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
to the patent of the Russian Federation
(21) 96117021/14 (22) 21.08.96
(46) 10.10.98 Bulletin No. 28
(72) Nesterov V.I., But Y.S.
(71) (73) Nesterov Vladimir Igorevich,
But Yury Stanislavovich
(54) METHOD OF INCREASING RELIABILITY
OF BIOLOCATION STUDIES
(57) Method of increasing reliability of biolocation studies refers to med?
icine, namely to labour physiology. The invention allows to increase degree
of reliability of output of biolocation operators by impulse low?frequency
unipolar magnetic field with adjustable values under condition of selection of
characteristics of actuating magnetic field by the biolocation operator itself,
provided that a biological object (an organism, a system of organisms) or its
components (organs, tissues, cell elements, including blood and sperm) in
the phase of irreversible changes (death) acting as initiator of the operator’s
intuitive abilities is placed between field source and temporal region of the
operator. Using of biological initiators of high?level specific and biological
organization actively functioning before starting of the initial phase of
destruction with the application of methods of destruction of biological ini?
tiators with rough prolonged phases of final death thereof is possible. Formed
by a generator magnetic impulses influence on both hemispheres of the brain
of the biololocation operator synchronously with influence of factors causing
irreversible destructions to the biological object used as initiator of intuitive
abilities of the biolocation operator leading to its death.
The invention refers to medicine, namely to labour physiology, and can be
used by biolocation operators for increasing reliability of biolocation studies
being performed. Biolocation studies are performed with the application of
special indicators (accessories) ? bifurcated tree twig, Г?shaped frame, pen?
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heating, undercooling or intoxication) at the moment of its death the biolog?
ical object rapidly increases emission of photons, whether it is animal or plant
organism (Parapsychology: Study course of Munich Institute of
Parapsychology. Moscow, 1992).
Formed by a generator magnetic impulses influence on both hemispheres
of the brain of the biololocation operator synchronously with influence of
factors causing irreversible destructions to the biological object used as initia?
tor of intuitive abilities of the biolocation operator leading to its death.
The essence of the invention lies in the following. The probationer tested
as biolocation operator preliminarily selects optimal values of parameters of
magnetic impulses causing maximum influence on him formed by inductors:
polarity of magnetic field for right and left hemispheres, values of carrier fre?
quency, magnetic induction, interruption frequency and porosity of generat?
ed unipolar magnetic impulses filled by current of carrier frequency.
For the purpose of oblective control over the value of reliability of output
as biolocation operator the probationer was offered to guess one of three or
five Zener cards containing different geometrical figures (square, triangle,
cross, circle and two parallel lines).
Each card was previously placed to the envelope made of heavyweight
opaque paper and then the envelopes were mixed in absence of probationers.
This method is also known as the Right test.
Then the biological object used as biological initiator (solitary microor?
ganisms or their colonies, different plants and animals) or parts thereof (bio?
logical liquids, cell elements and their homogenates) was placed between
temporal region of the probationer’s head and one of the magnetic inductors.
The biological object shall be functionally active, but in the initial phase of
irreversible destructions, that are inevitably shall end by its death.
The authors used already known influence factors leading to destruction
and death of biological objects: mechanical injury, including decapitation
and models of blood?letting, freezing, intoxication, multiple burns (thermal
and acid ones), starvation, dehydration, hypoxia and asphyxia, influence by
electric current, hard ionizing radiation and some own methods such as, for
example, influence by laser beam.
Main test and statistic processing of the results obtained were performed
against the background of artificially triggered destruction and death of the
biological object or system used.
The essence of the invention is proved by the following examples.
A group of probationers (n = 12) was offered to perform the Right test in
order to provide objective control over reliability of their work as biolocation
operators, i.e. to determine one of five Zener cards containing different geo?
The given technical decision is not acceptable for biolocation operators
due to peculiarities of their workplace, special equipment and operating algo?
rithm. Besides, the prototype device does not allow to adjust degree of influ?
ence of mechanical stimuli on the organism of certain operator and does not
exclude traumatism of cutaneous coverings.
There is a method of increasing working capacity of an operator of avia?
tion description by affixing to the skin of back and hips electrodes connected
to the generator of electrical impulses regulated by individually selected fre?
quency and amplitude. Two working modes are possible: periodical engaging
of stimulation upon sleepiness and muscular discomfort or constantly in the
working process (Russian patent No. 2,006,234 С1, class А 61 No.1/32).
The is a method of prophylaxis of peoples’ overfatigue and increasing their
working capacity by deepening and increasing time of natural sleep at the
expense of influence of electromagnetic oscillations on the brain in the form
of impulse signals adjustable by form, frequency, duration, porosity and
amplitude (author’s certificate of the USSR No. 700140, class А 61 No.1/32,
30.11.79, the U.S. Patents No. 3,989,051, 4,334,525 dated 15.06.82, No.
4,383,522 dated 17.05.83 ? “Lenar”?type devices).
The closest to the claimed one is the method of influence of pulse current
on central nervous system (author’s certificate of the USSR No. 904,720,
class А 61 No. 1/34, 15.02.82, author E.М. Kastrubin) through four elec?
trodes affixed to the skin of the frontal forehead and mastoid region.
The main drawback of the above prototypes is subjective setting of work?
ing mode by selecting strength of actuating current basing on unpleasant feel?
ings of the specific probationer in the points of affixing of electrodes.
As a result of analysis of engineering level it was established that the task
of increasing reliability of biolocation studies by using any physical factors
has not been being solved yet.
The goal of the invention is to develop a method increasing reliability of
output of biolocation operators by more than 80%.
The goal set is achieved by influence on both hemispheres of the brain of
the biolocation operator by impulse low?frequency unipolar magnetic field
with adjustable parameters under condition of selection of characteristics of
actuating magnetic field by the biolocation operator itself, provided that a
biological object (an organism, a system of organisms) or its components
(organs, tissues, cell elements, including blood and sperm) in the phase of
irreversible changes (death) acting as initiator of the operator’s intuitive abil?
ities is placed between field source and temporal region of the operator.
The method is based on discovery of the Nobel prize winner in physics
Danny Gabor that regardless of type of death (mechanical destruction, over?
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Academy (head of the chair professor, corresponding member of Academy of
Medical?Technical Sciences doctor of medical?technical sciences Elomenko
S.N.).
The highest results — 84.82+/?8.14% (in control experiment, upon using
live animal ?66.48+/?7.71%) ? were obtained during the experiment with
rhesus monkey provided by a representative of HGY Company in Omsk
financing studies of the authors.
The Right test without using biological objects as initiators made up
50.07+/?12.34% in average.
Upon analysis of results obtained the authors paid their attention to the
fact that the Right test was in all cases higher with operators directly per?
forming decapitation, upon slaughter of young actively functioning and
healthy animals and depended on level of specific organization of the biolog?
ical object used.
The Right test was maximum effective upon synchronization of the biolo?
cation operator’s work with influence of factors of destruction of biological
system, i.e. upon using just slaughtered animals. Then the results have been
gradually decreasing and rapidly declined in 1.5?2.5 days (with different
species) provided that corpses were kept under indoor temperature.
The authors concurrently performed researches on studying possibilities
of application of different organs, tissues and cell embryos taken from human
and animal bodies, as well as tissues of embryos (fetal tissues after abortion)
and newborns died in childbed or within first hours or days after the birth.
Animals were used as slaughtered and died as a result of modeling of fatal
disease (peritonitis) or intoxication (overdose of narcosis) ones. Analogous
researches were performed with organs taken from bodies of people died as a
result of crash, accident, murder or suicide, as well as a result of serious
incurable disease (oncopathology).
This part of work was performed on the base of pathologoanatomic build?
ing of Omsk Medicine Academy conjointly with employees of chairs of
pathological anatomy and forensic medicine under control of the city depart?
ment of Internal Affairs and Federal Security Service.
The lowest results were obtained upon work with bone tissue as biological
initiator, the highest ones — with blood, cardiac and brain tissues.
As an example results of the Right test obtained upon using different tis?
sues of rhesus monkey as initiator can be cited: bone tissue — 54.47+/?
11.18%, muscular tissue — 56.34+/?12.31%, skin and hair — 67.13+/?
12.59%, liver tissue — 67.84+/?12.64%, testicles — 74.69+/?18.35%, blood
— 78.43+/?18.49%, cardiac tissue — 80.21+/?19.17% and, finally, brain tis?
sue — 82.93+/?20.12%. The results turned out to be higher upon work with
metrical figures (square, triangle, cross, circle and two parallel lines). Each
card was previously placed to the envelope made of heavyweight opaque
paper and then the envelopes were mixed in absence of probationers.
Upon control determination of Zener cards the biolocation operator pre?
liminarily selected optimal values of parameters of magnetic impulses formed
by inductors causing maximum influence on him by deviation angle of Г?
shaped biolocation frame. Then Petri dish with Escherichia coli culture of
microorganisms in the nutrient medium was placed between temporal region
of the probationer’s head and one of the magnetic inductors. Then Petri dish
was filled by 10 ml of 1% phenol solution as antiseptic. The main study was
performed in 5 (five) minutes after beginning of sterilization against the back?
ground of mass death of solitary specimens and all colony of microorganisms
used. When using this method the quantity of reliable information made up
68.4+/?6.18% under mathematical expectation of 20%. Control studies
showed 51.34+/?10.27% accordingly under the same mathematical expecta?
tion of 20%. Probability of accidental obtaining of this result turned out to be
less than 0.05. In the next series of tests decapitation of laboratory animals
(white mice, rats, guinea?pigs and dogs) was performed.
For decapitation of animals the authors constructed special guillotine
which design philosophy is the subject of own invention.
Carcasses of agonizing animals and their cut?off heads were placed
between one of the magnetic inductors and the head of the operator and then
the Right test was performed. Control studies, when live animals were placed
between inductor of magnetic field and operator in comparison with the ini?
tial control test — without using a biological object as biological initiator of
abilities of the biolocation operator — were performed preliminarily.
When using this method the quantity of reliable information made up as
follows:
Upon slaughter of white mice: 69.22+/?6.31% (in control experiment,
upon using live animals — 52.16+/?9.26%),
Upon using white rats: 80.14+/?6.42% (in control experiment, upon
using live animals — 64.53+/?8.17%),
Guinea?pigs: 69.89+/?8.41% (in control experiment, upon using live ani?
mals — 55.34+/?7.13%),
Rabbits: 76.18+/?7.64% (in control experiment, upon using live animals
— 56.45+/?8.06%),
Dogs: 82.64+/?7.88% (in control experiment, upon using live animals —
67.13+/?8.32%).
Experimental part of the work was performed in the laboratories of the
chair of topographical anatomy and operative surgery of Omsk Medicine
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sis of lifetime of the patients tested (cancer of stomach, breast, head of pan?
creas, uterus and lungs). These researches were performed in patholo?
goanatomic building of Omsk Medicine Academy by lecturer of the chair of
topographical anatomy and operative surgery But Y.S.
Obtained increasing of reliability of biolocation studies using the claimed
method allowed authors to successfully test it upon guessing winning num?
bers of cash and prize lotteries. Number of winnings in the group of proba?
tioners subjected to influence of magnetic field in the presence of a biologi?
cal initiator (corpse material) was 3.7 times higher than in control group.
FORMULA OF THE INVENTION
1. Method of increasing reliability of biolocation studies by influence on
both hemispheres of the brain of the biolocation operator by impulse low?fre?
quency unipolar magnetic field with parameters adjustable by the operator
himself, provided that between one of field sources and temporal region of
the operator the biological indicator of his intuitive abilities in the form of a
biological system, biological object or components thereof in the initial phase
of irreversible changes, inevitably ended by destruction and death of the used
biological initiator, is placed; and the work of the biolocation operator shall
be synchronized with the moment of maximum destruction of biological ini?
tiator.
2. Method as in clause 1 differing by selection of biological initiators of
high?level specific and biological organization actively functioning before
start of the initial phase of destruction and by using methods of destruction
of biological initiators with rough prolonged phases of their final death.
fetal tissues, an organ’s homogenate washed by concentrated sulphuric acid
or placed under laser beam or between carbon electrodes periodically gener?
ating electric corona dischage synchronically with the work of the magnetic
inductor and the biolocation operator rather than entire organ.
The highest result of the Right test was obtained upon work with the
corpse of Mr. S., 36 years old. His death occurred as a result of multiple gun?
shot wounds in the area of abdomen and lower extremities from loss of criti?
cal volume of blood. In 9 (nine) hours after the death the Right test made up
96.42+/?12.34%, in a day its effectiveness decreased to 88.34+/?11.24%, in
three days — up to 74.82+/?10.18%.
Upon work with the corpse of Mrs. Y., 76 years old pensioner, died from
multiple metastases to mesenteric lymph nodes against the background of
high?grade cachexia, with the clinical diagnosis of IV?degree cancer of stom?
ach, the Right test performed in 4 (four) hours after the death made up
79.47+/?10.21%, in a day — 71.13+/?9.97%, in three days — 56.39+/?
8.75%.
Finally, possibility of using patients with serious chronic (cancer) brain
diseases was evaluated.
Thus, with patient N., 49 years old with the diagnosis of IV?degree cere?
brum medulloblastoma (died in 9 weeks after research) the Right test made
up 79.13+/?10.17%.
Upon work with patient C., 54 years old (diagnosis: extracerebral tumor
of the brain) the Right test made up 72.26+/?10.11%.
Thus, the following conclusion was made. The younger and functionally
more active the biological object used as biological initiator of intuitive abil?
ities of biolocation operators the harder its destruction and death, then the
higher percentage of guessing Zener cards by probationers as biolocation
operators. Whether the biological object used as biological initiator of intu?
itive abilities of biolocation operators is functionally incomplete or has
chronic diseases or intoxications or mechanism of its death is transient, then
the lower percentage of guessing by probationers as biolocation operators.
In order to facilitate statistical processing of obtained data at the moment
of adjustment of magnetic inductors the authors have developed a special
software program. In the work the authors used a conventional generator of
magnetic impulses of “Gradient” type equipped with current breaker in the
chain of magnetic inductors modified for separate adjusting parameters of N?
S inductors and conjugated with computer control program and sound card.
The claimed method was tested by the authors during medical biolocation
diagnostics with the purpose to determine possibilities of diagnosis verifica?
tion of patients with oncopathology confirmed on surgical table and progno?
UNITED STATES PATENT 6,549,805
NESTEROV ET AL. APR. 15, 2003
TORSION DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM
UTILIZING NONINVASIVE BIOFEEDBACK
SIGNALS BETWEEN THE OPERATOR, THE
PATIENT AND THE CENTRAL PROCESSING
AND TELEMETRY UNIT
ABSTRACT
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates generally to a biofeedback medical diagnos?
tic system. More particularly, the system of the invention utilizes remote
noninvasive biofeedback signal between the operator, the patient, and the
CPT (central processing and telemetry) device to determine a pathological
condition of the patient. The biofeedback signal is generated subconsciously
and is based on device enhanced intuition.
A variety of medical diagnostic systems are known in the art to deter?
mine the patho?physiological status of the patient in general and to diag?
nose a variety of ailments and their state of progression. A simple example
of such a system is a visual diagnostic device based on critical fusion fre?
quency such as described in the U.S? Pat. No. 6,129,436 by Treskov or the
Russian Patents No. 339,280 and 1,076,087. In a self?administered test, the
patient can gradually increase the frequency of a blinking light until the
point of fusion is reached and the patient is unable to distinguish between
individual bursts of light. The frequency of that fusion is indicative of the
state of the patient’s nervous system and can be tracked over time to moni?
tor its changes. An improvement is described in the Russian Patent No.
814,337 wherein the test is administered before and after a physical exer?
cise. Such systems have generally limited ability to indicate the variety of
patient’s conditions due to the fact that only a part of the nervous system
responsible for processing a visual stimulus is involved with the test. Such
complex phenomenon as a change in working ability or the state of tired?
ness of a patient frequently results from other changes in the nervous sys?
tem that would go undetected by such a device.
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ducted with respect to the ability of the patient to change the brainwave fre?
quency. A method and device for interpreting concepts and conceptual
thoughts from a brainwave date of a patient and for assisting in diagnosis of a
brainwave dysfunction is described is proposed by Hudspeth in the U.S. Pat.
No. 5,392,788. A system is described to include a transducer for transmitting
a stimuli to the patient, EEG transducers for recording brainwave signals,
and a computer to control signal presentation, EEG signal recording and
analysis. A comparison is made between the recorded EEG signals and a
model of conceptual perceptional and emotional thought or as an alternative
to the known EEG signals from healthy individuals to diagnose a brain dys?
function.
A method for determining the intensity of focused attention is proposed
by Cowan et al. in the U.S. Pat. No. 5,983,129 and includes obtaining a
frontal lobe brainwave EEG signal and subtracting it from a separately
obtained reference EEG signal to produce the attention indicator signal.
Finally, an electroencephalograph based biofeedback system is described
by Freer in the U.S. Pat. No. 6,097,981 in which a computer animation is
maintained by the computer and presented to the patient while EEG
response signals are simultaneously being obtained and analyzed. Results of
the analysis are then used to control the animation. A provision is made to
send the EEG signals from the head of the patient or user to the machine by
remote infrared transmitter.
All the above systems suffer from a number of common limitations, which
stem from their dependence on the conscious state of mind of the patient.
Another limitation is that the patient himself is used to interpret the biofeed?
back signal rather then an independent entity such as an operator. Finally,
hardware is used to obtain the EEG signals and transmit it via a wire or
infrared method to the main data collection and computing apparatus.
One further improvement in the accuracy of biofeedback analysis is
described in the Russian Patent No. 759,092 in which various biofeedback
signals are assigned a certain value of relative weight by a dedicated designa?
tion unit acting based on individual characteristics of each patient or a test
subject. Varying these weight factors allows the apparatus to customize the
results of analysis for each individual user.
The use of magnetic and electromagnetic fields is also known in the art to
remotely and non?invasively assess certain conditions of a patient or to influ?
ence his state of fatigue and abilities to perform certain functions.
Farmer et al. has described a device for monitoring a magnetic field ema?
nating from an organism in the U.S. Pat. No. 5,458.142. It includes a mag?
netic field sensor containing a ferromagnetic core surrounded by a multi?turn
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The situation of playing a dynamic game is used in various psycho?physi?
ological evaluation devices to determine the state of a variety of body func?
tions. Examples include such functions as attention, memory and vision
(Russian Patent No. 825,001); sensing and motor reactions (Russian Patent
No. 850,043); ability to choose (Russian Patent No. 929,060); the function
of following a moving object (Russian Patent No. 827,029); ability to find the
ways out of the difficult situation (Russian Patent No. 878,258) and even the
predictive abilities (Russian Patent No. 839, 488).
A more comprehensive biofeedback device is described by Schweizer in
the U.S. Pat. No. 4,195,626 and includes application of a variety of audible,
visual, electrical or tactile stimuli in a specially designed biofeedback cham?
ber. Moreover, a microprocessor controlled rhythmical pattern of these stim?
uli is proposed and is adjusted based on the patient’s own reactions.
Ross et al. in the U.S. Pat. No. 4,690,142 suggests electro?neurological
stimulation of specifically described places on the skin of the patient.
Production of such tactile stimulation of the skin is used to generate electri?
cal characteristics of the organism responsive to a particular condition. The
system of the invention is also used to train the organism to change its reac?
tion to the stimuli by concentrating on increasing or inhibiting the tactile
sensation.
An even more sophisticated system involves detecting the patient’s elec?
trical brainwaves via electroencephalogram or EEG as measured from a
number of electrodes attached to the patient’s scalp. Several examples of
EEG based biofeedback devices are worth mentioning here among a large
number of such systems described in the prior art.
A multiple channel biofeedback .computer is described in the U.S. Pal.
No. 4,031,883 by Fehmi et al. which contains a number of monopolar elec?
trical contacts applied to the scalp and the body of the patient and a comput?
er for collecting, filtering and amplifying the electrical signals therefrom. The
overall feedback signal is then presented back to the patient to create aware?
ness of the function being monitored of for other purposes.
Ross et al. in the U.S. Pat. No. 4,800,893 describes a kinesthetic physical
movement display in which a number of electrodes feed their respective sig?
nals to an EEG apparatus equipped with a video display. Generation of kines?
thetic physical movements allows the user to produce desired thought pat?
terns.
A method for treating a patient using an EEG feedback is described by
Ochs in the U.S. Pat. No. 5,365,939 and involves selecting a reference site for
determining a brainwave frequency and entraining it in both directions until
a predetermined stop point is reached. Flexibility assessment is then con?
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uli to both the operator and the patient. Such stimuli can be chosen of vari?
ous types depending on the purpose of evaluation. They can be of optical
(such as a screen of a monitor, a series of light diodes, etc.), sound (via head?
sets or speakers), or magnetic nature. A triggering sensor facilitates the
biofeedback formation and transmittal from the patient to the CPT device via
an analog?to?digital converter. Another biofeedback loop is formed in paral?
lel between the operator and the patient. It is therefore the operator who is
actively participating in the evaluation and interprets its results. To further
increase the ability of the patient to intuitively cause the triggering sensor to
send the feedback signal, a device called “cadistor” provides an intuition
enhancement. This devise subjects the patient to a series of small level ener?
gy bursts with the 5 frequency preferably coinciding with the theta rhythm of
the patient’s brainwaves.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
A more complete appreciation of the subject matter of the present inven?
tion and the various advantages thereof can be realized by reference to the
following detailed description in which reference is made to the accompany?
ing drawings in which:
FIG. 1 is a general block?diagram of the diagnostic system of the present
invention, and
FIG. 2 is a general block?diagram of the triggering sensor of the diagnos?
tic system.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE
PREFERRED EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION
A detailed description of the present invention follows with reference to
accompanying drawings in which like elements are indicated by like ference
letters and numerals. FIG. 1 shows the main block?diagram of the proposed
system of the present invention.
A CPT device 10 contains a situation?generating block designed to out?
put a predetermined series of stimuli, also called “information codes” and
transmits it through a dual peripheral device to both the operator 20 and the
patient 30 (shown as dotted lines on FIG. 1). A number of appropriate
peripheral devices can be employed with the system depending on the nature
of the information code. Examples of such peripheral device include but not
limited to: a magnetic induction coil for modulated magnetic field transmis?
sion, headsets or speakers for audio transmission, video monitor or a light
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fine wire. The sensor is used to record the magnetic fields of an organism for
diagnostic purposes as well as to control a magnetic field generator in order
to produce a therapeutic magnetic field complimentary to that of an organ?
ism.
A bio?magnetic analytical system is described by Zanakis et al. in the U.S.
Pat. No. 4,951,674 and includes a number of fiber?optic magnetic sensors to
obtain information about the magnetic field from various tissues in the body
including the brain.
A device for influencing an organism is proposed by Hein in the U.S. Pat.
No. 5,108,361 and involves exposing the patient to a number of short pulsed
signals supplied with increasing or decreasing frequency to stimulate the
cerebral waves.
U.S. Pat. No. 5,769,878 by Kamei suggests a device for non?invasive
enhancing the immuno?surveillance capacity of a person by supplying a
pulsed light to his forehead (while shielding the eyes) in the frequency range
between 0.5 to 13 Hz and preferably in the frequency of the alpha wave band
as measured from the EEG signals.
Finally, our Russian Patent No. 2,342,826 describes a method and device
for increasing non?invasively the accuracy and output of an operator of a bio?
location device by using a low frequency unipolar magnetic field.
The need therefore exists for a non?invasive diagnostic system excluding
the conscious influence of the patient and his own interpretation of the
biofeedback signal.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to overcome these and
other drawbacks of the prior art by providing a novel non?invasive diagnostic
system using a central processing and telemetry device and an operator to
interpret the biofeedback signal from the patient.
It is another object of the present invention to provide a diagnostic system
capable of processing the biofeedback from both the patient and the opera?
tor. It is a further object of the present invention to provide a diagnostic sys?
tem in which the biofeedback from the patient is collected non?invasively.
It is yet a further object of the present invention to provide a diagnostic
system in which a device is provided to enhance the intuition of the patient
to facilitate the formation of the biofeedback signal from to the patient to the
apparatus.
The diagnostic system of the invention includes a central processing and
telemetry (CPT) device capable of providing a predetermined series of stim?
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mended to avoid damage by the laser. The laser source is located only about
5?6 inches from the patient’s forehead and is directed onto the cadistor
placed on the patient’s head as described above. Activation of periodic illu?
mination of the cadistor with the laser light causes periodic release of the
energy, which in this situation was clearly shown to increase the intuitive
potential of the patient. It is also important to orient the cadistor properly in
a space relative to one of the elements of the triggering sensor 40, namely its
antenna.
In the above?described situation, both the electromagnetic and the tor?
sion components of the laser Sight are directed at the patient. To block the
electromagnetic component, a cavity resonator is deployed which prevents
the electromagnetic component from getting through while forming and
directing the torsion component as the only stimulus to effect the patient
(dashed line on FIG. 1). The cavity resonator is typically made of metal and
has a volumetric chamber with the size selected to be a multiple of the wave?
length of the incoming signal, preferably about 1.45 GHz.
FIG. 2 depicts the general block?diagram of the triggering sensor 40. It
consists of a sensing element 41, integrator 42, source of electrical current 43,
71 70
Fig.2
display for visual signal transmission such as an image of the evaluated organ
for example, etc. It is essential to point out that such information codes are
transmitted to both the operator 20 and the patient 30, a unique feature of the
diagnostic system of the invention.
A triggering sensor 40 collects the biological response from the patient
30 as an analog signal (solid line on FIG. 1), converts it into a digital one and
sends it back to the CPT unit (dash?and?dot line on FIG. 1) as will be
described in more detail below. The CPT unit is also equipped with the des?
ignation block for assigning specific relative weights in the input signals from
the sensor 40 depending on individual characteristics of the patient.
Cadistor 50 is designed to work directly with the patient 30 to facilitate the
work of the triggering sensor 40. It consists of a silicon?based semi?conduc?
tive transistor crystal acting as optoelectronic radioelement when illuminat?
ed by a light source such as a laser. Preferably, a silicon field?effect transistor
is used in which a control area is in the form of a thin flat channel. When a
laser light is directed at cadistor, an abrupt temporary short circuit is formed
in the semiconductor and a small level of energy is released. Repeating of that
process with high frequency caused periodic releases and accumulation of the
energy. It has been established that the preferred wavelength of laser light is
between 630 and 680 nanometers, the laser power should be below 5 MW
and most importantly the light pulsation has to coincide with the theta?
rhythm of the patient’s brainwaves. The cadistor is placed on the forehead of
the patient about ? of an inch above the nose and the eyes and symmetrical
there between. Appropriate eye shielding and other precautions are recom?
Fig.1
formation. The need for a galvanic decoupling unit 47 is dictated by the pres?
ence of random fluctuating electromagnetic noise fields from the power sup?
ply lines of the device itself as well as from other nearby located electrical
devices. This device is designed to separate alternating component from
direct current and contains an optical channel including a photo diode
PhD265A and an emitter AL107B made for example by Diode company in
Moscow, Russia.
The detector channel 48 is designed to increase the influence of the
patient to the sensing element 41. Reception is conducted in the short wave
range, preferably at a frequency of 1.45 GHz, which is known to be in the
range of radiowave transmission by human organs and tissues. Reception ele?
ment is made with the help of logoperiodic antenna 48a which has a multi?
turn spiral tapered design to ensure narrow direction of reception but in a
wide range of transmission frequencies. The taper is oriented with the help of
the laser pointer in such a way that its narrow portion is aimed directly at the
middle of the front forehead of the patient about ? inch above the eyes.
The mixer 48b is mounted preferably directly onto the antenna 48a and
comprises a series of diodes (such as the type AA123 made by NIIPP com?
pany in Tomsk, Russia) onto which a voltage is fed from the heterodyne 48e.
Such heterodyne is typically a sine voltage generator and is widely used in
radio receivers. It is tunable simultaneously with the tuning of the oscillatory
circuit of the receiver, to which the antenna is connected. This makes it pos?
sible to mark a stationary value of difference at a frequency between that of
the received signal and the heterodyne signal in any position of the settings of
a radio receiver. An example of an appropriate heterodyne is the one based on
the diode of the type KA717B?4 produced by Nalchk’s PP factory in
Nalchik, Russia.
The rectifier 48c is designed to separate the low frequency phase from the
useful signal, which is in turn fed into the discriminator 48d such as for exam?
ple a differential amplifier INA128UB. Discriminator 48d subtracts the inte?
grated signal from the raw signal and arrives at informational voltage bursts.
Such voltage bursts are then fed back into the integrator 42 and further into
the current source 43 which changes the value level of the current and shifts
the power current of the sensing element 41. Such fluctuations of the current
of the sensing element 41 ultimately effect the frequency spectrum of its
operation and the frequency range of the useful signal produced thereby.
The diagnostic system of the present invention functions in the fol?
lowing way. Upon initiation of the test sequence, the CPT unit 10 generates
information codes as electromagnetic, radio, audio, or light signals depend?
ing on the nature of evaluation. Such signals or stimuli influence the recep?
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differential amplifier 44, amplifier 45, comparator 46, galvanic decoupling
unit 47, and detector channel 48 designed to increase the influence of the
patient on the sensing element 41. The detector channel 48 in turn consists
of a logoperiodic antenna 48a, mixer 48b, rectifier 48c, discriminator 48d,
and heterodyne 48e.
The function of the triggering sensor 40 is to sense the response produced
by the patient in reaction to the information codes supplied by the CPT unit,
transform them into a digital signal and send them back to the CPT unit 10.
The sensing element 41 is the noise generator based for example on the
radioelement 2G401V that is remotely subjected to the influence of the
patient’s brainwaves. A direct electrical current of an optimized value in the
range of only several microamps, preferably between 1 and 5, is provided to
power this element by power supply 49. This current is adjustable and is
determined individually during the fine?tuning of the device in?vitro.
Electrical current source 43 consists of an operation amplifier such as for
example the type UD25A (made by Voshod company in Kaluga, Russia) and
an adjusting element such as a bi?polar transistor with low noise coefficient,
for example the model KT3107L (made by Eleks company in Alexandrov,
Russia) capable of supplying a consistent level of electrical current which is
not effected by fluctuations of the power source voltage. The choice of low
levels of such current is dictated by the desire to increase the sensitivity of the
device to the outside disturbances.
The information signal is obtained from the sensing element 41 and
taken through an amplifying phase consisting of a differential amplifier 44
and an amplifier 45. As a result, the signal is amplified with a total amplifica?
tion factor of about 30 dB. The sensing element 41 is influenced by both the
useful disturbances and random disturbances such as those from static elec?
tromagnetic fields. To eliminate such random disturbances, a precision dif?
ferential amplifier 44 is used as a first phase of amplification. One possible
type of such an amplifier may be INA 128UB by BUR BRAUN in which the
signal voltage from the sensing element 41 is fed onto one input of the ampli?
fier 44 while the other input is supplied with the same voltage after feeding it
through the integrato integrator 42. As a result, only the useful disturbance
signal is allowed to go through to the next phase of amplification in the
amplifier 45 while the noise signal is filtered out. Any appropriate common?
ly known amplifier can be used as an amplifier 45.
Comparator 46 can be of the type 521SA3 (made by NIIME company in
Zelenograd. Russia) and is designed to transfer the analog signal from the
amplifier 45 into a series of impulses such as for example in an A?D convert?
er and then transmits it onto a galvanic decoupling unit 47 for further trans?
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frequency of interruptions of electromagnetic impulses is close to that of the
theta rhythm of the patient’s brainwaves. That frequency tends to fluctuate
towards increasing or decreasing depending on the state of health of the
patient. In fact, a relationship is determined between the deviation in that
frequency and the specific pathological conditions of certain body systems,
selected organs, and even separate cells and chromosome fragments. Such
relationship allows for specific diagnosis of a variety of pathological condi?
tions. Examples include diagnosis of protrusions of spinal disks, remote
metastases of various cancerous tumors, broken bones and trauma in gener?
al, blood vessel thrombosis, acute and chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis of liver, and
a large variety of other pathological conditions. It is important to highlight
that such diagnosis is possible to conduct using the subconscious level of
brain function and therefore is independent of the patient’s influence.
Another possibility of using the apparatus is to collect the digital signature
of an organ as obtained by the triggering sensor with the library of available
signatures collected previously from normal volunteers. Such comparison
allows determining the degree of pathology and the state of disease develop?
ment of the organ.
Further characterization of the disease state is possible using the follow?
ing classification method developed by the inventors:
Class 0?ideal correlation of the digital signature of the
organ under evaluation with the normal signature on file. Example?
human egg cell at the beginning of the division process;
Class 1?the tissue of a healthy embryo before birth (without any body
functions or toxins present);
Class 2?the tissue of a healthy newborn at the beginning of its life outside
the mother, tissue functioning at the beginning stages;
Class 3?actively functioning tissue without toxins present;
Class 4?tissue with impaired function, toxin accumulation is just begin?
ning;
Class 5?tissue with organic changes in which the toxins are accumulated
within the cells of the tissue and actively restrict its function; and
Class 6?extreme and irreversible state of organic damage and overall tis?
sue disbalance.
Although the invention herein has been described with respect to a particular
embodiment, it is understood that this embodiment is merely illustrative of the
principles and applications of the present invention. It is therefore to be under?
stood that numerous modifications may be made to the illustrative embodiment
and that other arrangements may be devised without departing from the spirit and
scope of the present invention as defined by the appended claims.
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tors of the nervous system of the operator 20 shifting it to a highly sensitive
and reactive state and therefore increasing the strength of a biological feed?
back between the operator 20 and the patient 30. The action of the cadistor
50 assists the patient 30 in generating his influence as a useful disturbance sig?
nal for the sensing element 41 of the triggering sensor 40 thereby completing
a second biofeedback loop between the CPT unit 10, the patient 30, and the
triggering sensor 41.
EXAMPLE OF OPERATION
TABLE 1
Peripheral Device
Table 1 presents one example of various stimuli to be generated by the
CPT unit 10 of the diagnostic system of the present invention. The moments
in time when each stimuli sequence begins are all coordinated with each
other and with the initiation of the triggering sensor and cadistor so that the
operator and the patient receive the stimuli and both loops of biofeedback are
formed.
As a result, the CPT unit accumulates a response of the patient and the
operator so that a database is formed of such responses for each series of indi?
vidual stimulus. In case of electromagnetic impulses, a left part of the
patient’s brain is subjected to the North portion of the magnetic impulse, and
a right part of the patient’s brain is subjected to the South portion of the mag?
netic impulse. The studies conducted by the inventors have shown that the
effect from the patient on the triggering sensor is more reproducible when the
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8. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 7, wherein said pulses
of light having a frequency coinciding with the patient’s brainwaves theta?
rhythm.
9. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 8, wherein said intu?
ition enhancement means further including a cavity resonator to block the
electromagnetic component of said pulses of light while permitting the tor?
sion components thereof to reach the patient.
10. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 9, wherein said cav?
ity resonator having a volumetric chamber with the size being a multiple of
the wavelength of about 1.45 GHz.
11. The biofeedback system as in claim 1, wherein said central process?
ing and telemetry unit further comprising a designation block for assigning
specific relative weights to said signals from said triggering sensor.
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We claim:
1. A biofeedback diagnostic system comprising a central processing and
telemetry unit and a non?invasive triggering sensor equipped with a noise
generator, said central processing unit including a situation?generating block
for producing a predetermined series of stimuli, said central processing unit
also including a dual peripheral means for transmitting said stimuli in paral?
lel to both an operator and a patient and therefore forming two biofeedback
loops, consisting of both:
a) a first biofeedback loop including said central processing and teleme?
try unit sending said stimuli to said patient, said triggering sensor for remote?
ly detecting said patient’s brainwaves representing said patient’s
response to said stimuli, said triggering sensor further generating a signal
in response to said brainwaves and sending it back to said central processing
unit, and
b) a second biofeedback loop including said central processing unit send?
ing said stimuli to said operator, said operator affecting said patient to alter
said patient’s brainwaves, said triggering sensor reflecting said alteration in
said signal back to said central processing and telemetry unit.
2. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 1, wherein said stim?
uli is selected from a group consisting of magnetic, electromagnetic, audio,
and visual stimuli.
3. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 1, wherein said trig?
gering sensor further including a detector channel equipped with a logoperi?
odic antenna to enhance detection of said patient’s brainwaves.
4. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 3, wherein said logope?
riodic antenna is a multi?turn tapered spiral antenna for short wave reception
at about 1.45 GHz.
5. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 1 further comprising
an intuition enhancement means for assisting the patient in generating a
response to said stimuli.
6. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 5, wherein said intu?
ition enhancement means including an optoelectronic radioelement and a
light source directed thereon, said radioelement adapted for placement on a
forehead of said patient.
7. The biofeedback diagnostic system as in claim 6, wherein said
radioelement is a silicon?based field?effect transistor with a control area
being a thin flat channel, said light source being a laser having the power of
less than 5 MW, said laser controlled to illuminate Said control area of said
radioelement with pulses of light with the wavelength of between about 630
and 680 nanometers.
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in the frameworks of the theory of quantum?statistical properties of
nonlinear terminal events. The book is oriented to specialists in the
area of quantum electronics, nonlinear location and communication,
adjacent thereto areas of modern physics, as well as to students and
post?graduates.
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Annotation
UANTUM STATISTICS OF NONLINEAR
TERMINAL EVENTS G. ERDGEL
The book covers wide range of matters related to quantum theory
of terminal radiation by statistics expressing entropic heterogeneity
of the medium of material system in different dimensions. Scientific
novelty of the monograph lies in that statistical properties of quan?
tum terminal fields are examined from the uniform positions of the
theory of entropy logic and special attention is paid to considering of
nonlinear terminal events in the work. Totally there are 10 charters in
the book.
Chapter 1 is an introduction.
Chapters 2?4 (they are based on fundamental researches by S.
Nesterov and Y.Zeldovich of measuring energy of zero?point oscilla?
tions of the vacuum upon transfer from the flat four?dimensional
space?time to the curved one) familiarize us with the apparatus of
secondary quantification and contain information required for quan?
tum?statistical interpretation of the correlation theory of entropic
radiation.
In Chapter 5 general method of metastable states is applied to
particular field cases as Gaussian fields, secondary induced
Abrahamson fields and their superpositions practically important for
the theory of nonlinear location and communication.
Other chapters are devoted to nonlinear events which review is
contained in Chapter 6. In Chapter 7 van Hoven — Krick approxi?
mation and approximation of Nesterov — Zeldovich generalized
equation are considered conformably to statistical properties of
entropic radiation.
Chapter 8 contains development of the quantum theory of statis?
tical properties of entropic radiation in continuums including con?
sideration of own field of the medium’s radiation.
In Chapter 9 the most important nonlinear terminal events are
examined from the positions of Nesterov — Zeldovich generalized
equation and van Hoven — Krick equation. A special attention is
paid to anticorrelation and diverging effects as well as to subPoisson
behavior of terminal fields having no classical analogues. In conclu?
sive Chapter 10 the author formulates problems required to be solved
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