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  • Vibrational Biophysics in the Living Matrix Cellular coherence through light and sound Methodical illustration to understanding the technologies Michael Solomon Morgan, Infusion Scientist Solar Sonic Quantum Frequency Infusion Technology(SSQFIT) Image Penetration And Stimulation Technology(IPAST) Cross Wind Technology (CWT)
  • Objectives
    • Review the basic science of biophysics with regard to light, sound, waves & electromagnetic frequencies
    • Explain & discuss harmonics, resonance, standing waves , & geometry in nature
    • Review the history of the research on the effects of light, sound, & vibrations in nature & humans
    • Discuss the future and potential applications
  • Overview
    • Atoms contain 99% empty space; a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud.
    • Each minute component of an atom vibrates at a specific and unique frequency
    • All matter is energy and light in its myriad forms and manifestations.
    • Matter when reduced to its smallest component is only energy.
    • The fundamental nature of everything is vibrational.
    • Everything in the cosmos is composed of packets of vibrating energy and in a state of vibrational resonance, including the human body, as well as every form of life.  
  • Overview
    • Crystalline structures compose the body (i.e. bones, blood, DNA).
    • Even on a molecular level our cells contain quartz crystal, which balances our electromagnetic energies.
    • Crystalline structures can store and amplify energy emissions for functions like reception, reflection, refraction, magnification, transduction, amplification, focusing, transmutations, storage, capacitance, stabilization, modulations, balancing and transmittance
    • In recent years, we have seen the development of MRI’s, PET scan, CAT scans as well as many other instruments that can detect, measure, display stimulate and diagnose energy impulses and patterns in the human body.
  • Overview
    • When sound, light and music are placed in juxtaposition the healing process with energy medicine creates a common denominator for healing.
    • The human body responds in unique and precise ways to a wide spectrum of energies including heat, light, pressure, sound, electromagnetics, gamma rays, microwaves, bio-electricity and neuro-electric consciousness or thought waves/brain waves.
    • The universe is structured from this vibrating energy, and although we cannot sense it, we are made of these vibrations.
    • Out of this concept has evolved the field of Vibrational Medicine.
    • Vibrational Medicine moves away from the modern approaches that are mechanistic and empirical to that of a relationship that is more defined in energy, light and sound which is manifest in each of us.
  • Waves
    • A wave is a disturbance that propagates through space or time, often transferring energy
    • Waves travel and transfer energy from one point to another, often with little or no permanent displacement of the particles of the medium (i.e. little or no associated mass transport); instead there are oscillations around almost fixed positions.
    • To summarize, the term wave implies three general notions: vibrations in time, disturbances in space, and moving disturbances in space-time associated with the transfer/transformation of energy.
  • Waves
    • Transverse waves are those with vibrations perpendicular to the direction of the propagation of the wave; examples include waves on a string and electromagnetic waves.
    • Longitudinal waves are those with vibrations parallel to the direction of the propagation of the wave; examples include most sound waves.
    • All waves have common behavior under a number of standard situations. All waves can experience the following:
    • Reflection - wave direction change from hitting a reflective surface
    • Refraction - wave direction change from entering a new medium
    • Diffraction - wave circular spreading from entering a hole of comparable size to their wavelengths
    • Interference - superposition of two waves that come into contact with each other (collide)
    • Dispersion - wave splitting up by frequency
    • Rectilinear propagation - wave movement in straight lines
  • Waves
    • Examples of waves include:
    • Ocean surface waves , which are perturbations that propagate through water.
    • Radio waves , microwaves , infrared rays , visible light , ultraviolet rays , x-rays , and gamma rays make up electromagnetic radiation . In this case, propagation is possible without a medium, through vacuum. These electromagnetic waves travel at 299,792,458 m/s in a vacuum.
    • Sound - a mechanical wave that propagates through air, liquid or solids.
    • Seismic waves in earthquakes , of which there are three types, called S, P, and L.
    • Gravitational waves , which are fluctuations in the gravitational field predicted by general Relativity . These waves are nonlinear , and have yet to be observed empirically.
  • Waves
    • Waves can be described mathematically using a series of parameters. The amplitude of a wave (commonly notated as A , or another letter) is a measure of the maximum disturbance in the medium during one wave cycle. (the maximum distance from the highest point of the crest to the equilibrium). In the illustration to the right, this is the maximum vertical distance between the baseline and the wave. The units of the amplitude depend on the type of wave — waves on a string have an amplitude expressed as a distance (meters), sound waves as pressure (pascals) and electromagnetic waves as the amplitude of the electric field (volts/meter). The amplitude may be constant (in which case the wave is a c.w. or continuous wave ), or may vary with time and/or position. The form of the variation of amplitude is called the envelope of the wave.
    • The wavelength (denoted as λ) is the distance between two sequential crests (or troughs). This generally has the unit of meters; it is also commonly measured in nanometers for the optical part of the electromagnetic spectrum .
  • Waves
    • Waves can be represented by simple harmonic motion .
    • The period T is the time for one complete cycle for an oscillation of a wave. The frequency f (also frequently denoted as ν) is how many periods per unit time (for example one second) and is measured in hertz .
    • In other words, the frequency and period of a wave are reciprocals of each other.
    • There are two velocities that are associated with waves.
    • The first is the phase velocity , which gives the rate at which the wave propagates .
    • The second is the group velocity , which gives the velocity at which variations in the shape of the wave's amplitude propagate through space. This is the rate at which information can be transmitted by the wave.
  • Waves
    • The wave equation is a differential equation that describes the evolution of a harmonic wave over time.
    • The equation has slightly different forms depending on how the wave is transmitted, and the medium it is traveling through.
    • The Schrödinger equation describes the wave-like behavior of particles in quantum mechanics.
    • Solutions of this equation are waves functions which can be used to describe the probability density of a particle.
  • Waves
    • Quantum mechanics also describes particle properties that other waves, such as light and sound, have on the atomic scale and below.
    • Sound waves consist of increases and decreases (typically very small ones) in the density of the air.
    • Light is a wave, but it is a vibration of electric and magnetic fields, not of any physical medium. Light can travel through a vacuum.
  • Frequency
    • Frequency is the measurement of the number of times that a repeated event occurs per unit time .
    • Frequency of waves
    • Measuring the frequency of sound , electromagnetic waves (such as radio or light), electrical signals, or other waves, the frequency in hertz is the number of cycles of the repetitive waveform per second .
    • If the wave is a sound , frequency is what characterizes its pitch.
    • Frequency has an inverse relationship to the concept of wavelength.
    • The frequency of the standard pitch A above middle C is usually defined as 440 Hz, that is, 440 cycles per second and known as concert pitch, to which an orchestra tunes.
    • A baby can hear tones with oscillations up to approximately 20,000 Hz, but these frequencies become more difficult to hear as people age.
    • In Europe, the frequency of the alternating current is 50 Hz (close to the tone G).
    • In North America, the frequency of the alternating current is 60 Hz (close to the tone B flat — that is, a minor third above the European frequency). The frequency of the 'hum' in an audio recording can show where the recording was done — in Europe or in America.
  • Spectra of objects
    • Nearly all objects in the universe emit, reflect, absorb and/or transmit some light.
    • The distribution of this light along the electromagnetic spectrum (called the spectrum of the object) is determined by the object's composition.
    • Several types of spectra can be distinguished depending upon the nature of the radiation coming from an object:
    • If the spectrum is composed primarily of thermal radiation emitted by the object itself, an emission spectrum occurs.
      • Some bodies emit light more or less according to the blackbody spectrum.
    • If the spectrum is composed of background light, parts of which the object transmits and parts of which it absorbs, an absorption spectrum occurs.
  • Sound
    • Sound is a disturbance of mechanical energy that propagates through matter as a longitudinal wave , and therefore is a mechanical wave.
    • Sound is characterized by the properties of sound waves, which are frequency, wavelength, period, amplitude, and speed.
    • Scientists and engineers use a wider definition of sound that includes low and high frequency vibrations in air that cannot be heard by humans, and vibrations that travel through all forms of matter, gases, liquids and solids.
    • The matter that supports the sound is called the medium.
    • Sound propagates as waves of alternating pressure, causing local regions of compression and rarefaction. Particles in the medium are displaced by the wave and oscillate. The scientific study of sound is called acoustics.
  • Sound
    • At the fourteenth week after conception, the ear electrically charges the brain field of the fetus through the eighth cranial nerve.
    • The bones of the inner ear are the only bones completely mature at birth. They allow external sound to enter the baby’s brain beginning in the inter-uteral state.
    • Sound is an acoustical wave; Whereas color is an electromagnetic wave.
    • Acoustical frequencies operate on the principle of compression and expansion of molecules and require a medium of gas, liquid, or solid for transmission.
    • Electromagnetic frequencies are created by an oscillating electrical charge and can travel easily through empty space.
    • Both acoustical and electromagnetic frequencies are measurable in what are known as hertz or vibrations per second.
  • Light
    • Light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength that is visible to the eye (visible light) or, electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength.
    • The elementary particle that defines light is the photon .
    • The three basic dimensions of light (i.e., all electromagnetic radiation) are:
    • (1) Intensity , or alternatively amplitude , which is related to the perception of brightness of the light,
    • (2) Frequency , or alternatively wavelength , perceived by humans as the color of the light, and
    • (3) Polarization (angle of vibration), which is only weakly perceptible by humans under ordinary circumstances.
    • Due to the wave-particle duality of matter, light simultaneously exhibits properties of both waves and particles .
    • Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism as the result of a chemical reaction during which chemical energy is converted to light energy.
    • Bioluminescence may be generated by symbiotic organisms carried within a larger organism. It is generated by an enzyme-catalyzed chemoluminescence reaction, wherein the pigment luciferin is oxidised by the enzyme luciferase. Adenosin triphosphate (ATP) is involved in most instances.
  • 7 octaves
    • Sound works on the principle that light equals sound and that tone equals radiance manifesting in the form of matter, i.e.,the visual spectrum has the same frequency as the auditory spectrum and that matter is a condensed radiant vibratory form.
    • Everything we hear vibrates in our head and resounds in our ears, which forms the sound being transformed into electromagnetic impulses that are conveyed to the processing centers of the brain.
    • The seven notes of the octave correspond to the seven colors of the rainbow, that correspond to the seven major physiological systems, (1) glandular, (2)muscular, (3) skeletal, (4) digestive, (5) circulatory, (6) respiratory, (7) nervous.
    • There are also seven holes of the head that have correlations to the 7 colors and 7 notes of the octave.
    • As well as forming the 5 skills of the senses: smell, sight, hearing, touch, taste and the two high gifts anciently and today called intuitive knowledge or intuition and creative imagination. Seven gifts total.
  • Photons
    • The photon is the elementary particle responsible for electromagnetic phenomena
    • Mediates electromagnetic interactions and makes up all forms of light.
    • Zero invariant mass
    • travels at the constant speed c , the speed of light in empty space.
    • in the presence of matter, a photon can be absorbed, transferring energy and momentum proportional to its frequency.
    • Like all quanta, the photon has both wave and particle properties, exhibiting wave–particle duality.
  • Biophotons
    • A biophoton is a photon of light emitted in some fashion from a biological system.
    • Biophotons and their study should not be confused with bioluminescence , as the term "bioluminescence" is generally reserved for higher intensity luciferin/luciferase systems, while "biophoton emission" refers to the more general phenomena of very low-intensity photon emission from living systems. Biophoton emission is synonymous with ultraweak photon emission, low-level biological chemiluminescence, ultraweak bioluminescence , and other similar terms which are together more common in the scientific litterature than biophoton .
    • The term "biophoton", however, has come to be associated in particular with photons emitted by certain processes that are not yet completely understood.
  • History
    • In the 1920s, the Russian embryologist Alexander Gurwitsch reported "ultraweak" photon emissions from living tissues in the UV-range of the spectrum.
    • He named them "mitogenetic rays", because he assumed that they had a stimulating effect on cell division rates of nearby tissue.
    • However, common biochemical techniques as well as the fact that cell growth can generally be stimulated and directed by radiation, though at much higher amplitudes, evoked a general skepticism about Gurwitsch's assumption. Consequently, the mitogenetic radiation hypothesis was largely ignored.
    • However, after the end of World War II some Western scientists such as Colli (Italy), Quickenden (Australia), Inaba (Japan) returned to the subject of "mitogenetic radiation", but referred to the phenomenon as "dark luminescence", "low level luminescence", "ultraweak bioluminescence", or "ultraweak chemiluminescence".
    • Their common basic hypothesis was that the phenomenon was induced from rare oxidation processes and radical reactions.
    • While they added some general chemistry to the hypothesis of photon emission, they did not address the more mysterious assertion of Gurwitsch that the photons themselves, forming the so-called mitogenic rays, stimulated cellular responses.
  • History
    • In the 1970s the then assistant professor Fritz-Albert Popp , and his research group, at the University of Marburg ( Germany ) offered a slightly more detailed analysis of the topic.
    • They showed that the spectral distribution of the emission fell over a wide range of wavelengths, from 200 to 800 nm.
    • Popp further proposed the hypothesis that the radiation might be both semi-periodic and coherent .
    • Popp's group constructed, tested, patented, and sought to market a device for measuring biophoton emissions as a means of assessing the ripeness and general food value of fruits and vegetables.
    • Russian, German, and other biophotonics experts, adopting the term "biophotons" from Popp, have theorized that they may be involved in various cell functions, such as mitosis, or even that they may be produced and detected by the DNA in the cell nucleus .
  • Biophotons
    • The theory of biophotons claim that experiments have been done which support this hypothesis--e.g., an experiment of Gurwitsch in which growth in one plant seemed to stimulate growth in another across a quartz barrier that blocked chemical messengers, indirectly suggesting that biophotons in the ultraviolet range provided the stimulus.
    • These emissions may be part of a system of cell-to-cell communication, which may be of greater complexity than the modes of cell communication already known. These ideas would then suggest that biophotons may be important for the development of larger structures, such as organs and organisms.
    • Studies have shown that injured cells will emit a higher biophoton rate than normal cells, and organisms with illnesses will likewise emit a brighter light, which has been interpreted as implying a sort of distress signal being given off. However, injured cells are under higher amounts of oxidative stress, which ultimately is the source of the light, and whether this constitutes a "distress signal" or simply a background chemical process is yet to be demonstrated.
  • Resonance
    • Resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at maximum amplitude at a certain frequency. This frequency is known as the system's resonant frequency. When damping is small, the resonant frequency is approximately equal to the natural frequency of the system, which is the frequency of free vibrations.
    • A resonant object, whether mechanical, acoustic, or electrical, will probably have more than one resonant frequency (especially harmonics of the strongest resonance). It will be easy to vibrate at those frequencies, and more difficult to vibrate at other frequencies. It will "pick out" its resonant frequency from a complex excitation, such as an impulse or a wideband noise excitation. In effect, it is filtering out all frequencies other than its resonance.
    • Examples are the acoustic resonances of musical instruments, the tidal resonance of the Bay of Fundy, orbital resonance as exemplified by some moons of the solar system's gas giants, the resonance of the basilar membrane in the biological transduction of auditory input , resonance in electrical circuits and the shattering of crystal glasses when exposed to a strong enough sound that causes the glass to resonate.
  • The Body is a Superconductor creating Music
    • Physics today has confirmed that matter is organized by waveforms of sound called frequencies.
    • If we have two violins tuned the same and pluck the string of one violin, the other violins matching string begins to vibrate and produce the same sound.
    • Synchronized resonance happens naturally in the nature of all matter.
    • Resonance is a basic principle that effects everyone and everything all of the time. It is the foundation of what anciently was called the law of harmonics, music of the spheres and the law of kingdoms.
    • This same dynamic principle applies to a person in need of emotional or mental restoration, for balance or harmony, and this has lead to today’s field of medicine research called, Vibrational Medicine.
  • Electric energy
    • Electrical energy covers the low-frequency, long-wavelength end of the spectrum.
    • The radiation is usually ducted along 2-wire and 3-wire transmission lines and sent to various devices besides antennas.
    • At zero frequency the energy is emitted by batteries and DC power supplies
    • At 50 Hz and 60 Hz it is produced by rotary magnetic generators and ducted through the international power grids.
    • At frequencies between 20 Hz to 30 kHz the EM energy is translated to and from acoustic energy and is distributed over telephone lines as well as being used to operate loudspeakers for public address or in music systems.
    • Note that other than its frequency, there is no functional difference between the VHF energy guided along a television coaxial cable, versus the 60 Hz travelling along the cord leading to a light bulb. When connected to the appropriate antenna, both will radiate into space.
  • EMFs
    • Legend:
    • γ = Gamma rays HX = Hard X-rays SX = Soft X-Rays EUV = Extreme ultraviolet NUV = Near ultraviolet Visible light NIR = Near infrared MIR = Moderate infrared FIR = Far infrared Radio waves : EHF = Extremely high frequency (Microwaves) SHF = Super high frequency (Microwaves) UHF = Ultrahigh frequency VHF = Very high frequency HF = High frequency MF = Medium frequency LF = Low frequency VLF = Very low frequency VF = Voice frequency ELF = Extremely low frequency
  • EMFs
    • Radio waves generally are utilized by antennas of appropriate size, with wavelengths ranging from hundreds of meters to about one millimeter.
    • They are used for transmission of data, via modulation .
    • Television, mobile phones, wireless networking and amateur radio all use radio waves.
    • Microwaves
    • The super high frequency ( SHF ) and extremely high frequency ( EHF )
    • Short enough to employ tubular metal waveguides of reasonable diameter.
    • Produced with klystron and magnetron tubes, and with solid state diodes such as Gunn and IMPATT devices.
    • Absorbed by molecules that have a dipole moment in liquids.
    • In a microwave oven, this effect is used to heat food.
    • Low-intensity microwave radiation is used in Wi-Fi .
    • It should be noted that an average microwave oven in active condition is, in close range, powerful enough to cause interference with poorly shielded electromagnetic fields such as those found in mobile medical devices and cheap consumer electronics.
    • Terahertz radiation
    • Region of the light spectrum between far infrared and microwaves.
    • Until recently, the range was rarely studied and few sources existed for microwave energy at the high end of the band (sub-millimeter waves or so-called terahertz waves ), but applications are now appearing.
    • The proposed WiMAX standard for wireless networking, a long-range enhancement of Wi-Fi , lies within this region.
  • EMFs
    • Infrared radiation
    • The infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum covers the range from roughly 300 GHz (1 mm) to 400 THz (750 nm). It can be divided into three parts:
    • Far-infrared , from 300 GHz (1 mm) to 30 THz (10 μm).
    • Absorbed by so-called rotational modes in gas-phase molecules, by molecular motions in liquids, and by phonons in solids.
    • The water in the Earth's atmosphere absorbs so strongly in this range that it renders the atmosphere effectively opaque. However, there are certain wavelength ranges ("windows") within the opaque range which allow partial transmission, and can be used for astronomy. The wavelength range from approximately 200 μm up to a few mm is often referred to as "sub-millimeter" in astronomy , reserving far infrared for wavelengths below 200 μm.
    • Mid-infrared , from 30 to 120 THz (10 to 2.5 μm).
    • Hot objects ( black-body radiators) can radiate strongly in this range.
    • Absorbed by molecular vibrations, that is, when the different atoms in a molecule vibrate around their equilibrium positions.
    • Fingerprint region since the mid-infrared absorption spectrum of a compound is very specific for that compound.
    • Near-infrared , from 120 to 400 THz (2,500 to 750 nm). Physical processes that are relevant for this range are similar to those for visible light.
  • EMFs
    • Visible light
    • range in which the sun and stars emit most of their radiation.
    • human eye is sensitive to the wavelengths that the sun emits most strongly.
    • Visible light (and near-infrared light) is typically absorbed and emitted by electrons in molecules and atoms that move from one energy level to another.
    • The light we see with our eyes is really a very small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. A rainbow shows the optical (visible) part of the electromagnetic spectrum; infrared (if you could see it) would be located just beyond the red side of the rainbow with ultraviolet appearing just beyond the violet end.
    • Ultraviolet light
    • Radiation whose wavelength is shorter than the violet end of the visible spectrum.
    • Being very energetic, UV can break chemical bonds, make molecules unusually reactive or ionize them, in general changing their mutual behavior.
  • EMFs
    • X-rays
    • Hard X-rays are of shorter wavelengths than soft X-rays. X-rays are used for seeing through some things and not others, as well as for high-energy physics and astronomy. Neutron stars and accretion disks around black holes emit X-rays, which enable us to study them.
    • Gamma rays
    • The most energetic photons , having no lower limit to their wavelength.
    • Useful to astronomers in the study of high-energy objects or regions and
    • Use with physicists - penetrative ability and their production from radioisotopes.
    • wavelength of gamma rays can be measured with high accuracy by means of Compton scattering.
    • Note that there are no defined boundaries between the types of electromagnetic radiation. Some wavelengths have a mixture of the properties of two regions of the spectrum. For example, red light resembles infra-red radiation in that it can resonate some chemical bonds.
  • Harmonics
    • The harmonic of a wave is a component frequency of the signal that is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency
    • The harmonics have the property that they are all periodic at the signal frequency, and due to the properties of Fourier series, the sum of the signal and its harmonics is also periodic at that frequency.
  • Harmonics
    • An 'overtone' is a partial (a "partial wave" or "constituent frequency") that can be either a harmonic or an inharmonic.
    • A harmonic is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency.
    • An inharmonic overtone is a non-integer multiple of a fundamental frequency.
    • An example of harmonic overtones: (absolute harmony)
    •    f    440 Hz fundamental tone first harmonic
    • 2 f    880 Hz first overtone second harmonic
    • 3 f 1320 Hz second overtone third harmonic
    • 4 f 1760 Hz third overtone fourth harmonic
  • Entrainment
    • Entrainment is the process whereby two interacting oscillating systems, which have different periods when they function independently, assume the same period. The two oscillators may fall into synchrony, but other phase relationships are also possible.
    • Circadian oscillations occur even in isolated organs, and it is believed that a master pacemaker in the brain entrains the periphery.
    • Such hierarchical relationships are not the only ones possible: two or more oscillators may couple in order to assume the same period without either being dominant over the other(s). This situation is analogous to Huygens' pendulum clocks.
  • Schumann resonance
    • The Schumann resonance is a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth 's electromagnetic field spectrum.
    • Schumann resonances (SR) are global electromagnetic resonances, excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth surface and the ionosphere .
    • Schumann resonance occurs because the space between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere acts as a waveguide . The limited dimensions of the Earth cause this waveguide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves in the ELF band.
    • The cavity is naturally excited by energy from lightning strikes. Schumann resonances are observed in the power spectra of the natural electromagnetic background noise, as separate peaks at extremely low frequencies (ELF) around 8, 14, 20, 26 and 32 Hz.
  • Schumann resonance
    • The fundamental mode of the Schumann Resonance is a standing wave in the Earth-ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the Earth .
    • This lowest-frequency (and highest-intensity) mode of the Schumann resonance occurs at a frequency of approximately 7.8 Hz. The ninth overtone lies at approximately 60 Hz and thus the cavity is also driven by the North American power grid . Detectable overtones extend upwards into the kilohertz range.
    • Schumann resonances have gone beyond the boundaries of physics , invading medicine , raising interest in artists and musicians, and gaining interest from fringe fields such as psychobiology and yoga .
  • Timeline Golden Ratio
    • Phidias (490–430 BCE) made the Parthenon statues that seem to embody the golden ratio.
    • Plato (427–347 BCE), in his Timaeus , describes five possible regular solids (the Platonic solids , the tetrahedron , cube , octahedron , dodecahedron and icosahedron ), some of which are related to the golden ratio.
    • Euclid (c. 325–c. 265 BCE), in his Elements , gave the first recorded definition of the golden ratio, which he called, as translated into English, "extreme and mean ratio" (Greek: ακροσκαιμεσοσλογος). [8]
    • Fibonacci (1170–1250) mentioned the numerical series now named after him in his Liber Abaci ; the Fibonacci sequence is closely related to the golden ratio.
    • Luca Pacioli (1445–1517) defines the golden ratio as the "divine proportion" in his Divina Proportione .
    • Johannes Kepler (1571–1630) describes the golden ratio as a "precious jewel": "Geometry has two great treasures: one is the Theorem of Pythagoras, and the other the division of a line into extreme and mean ratio; the first we may compare to a measure of gold, the second we may name a precious jewel."
    • Charles Bonnet (1720–1793) points out that in the spiral phyllotaxis of plants going clockwise and counter-clockwise were frequently two successive Fibonacci series.
    • Martin Ohm (1792–1872) is believed to be the first to formally use the words "golden ratio" to describe this ratio.
    • Edouard Lucas (1842–1891) gives the numerical sequence now known as the Fibonacci sequence its present name.
    • Roger Penrose (b.1931) discovered a symmetrical pattern that uses the golden ratio in the field of aperiodic tilings, which led to new discoveries about quasicrystals .
  • Golden Ratio
    • The golden ratio , usually denoted ('phi'), expresses the relationship that the sum of two quantities is to the larger quantity as the larger is to the smaller. The golden ratio is the following algebraic irrational number with its numerical approximation:
    • The figure of a golden section on the right illustrates the defining geometric relationship. Expressed algebraically
    • Other names frequently used for or closely related to the golden ratio are golden section (Latin: sectio aurea ), golden mean , golden number , and the Greek letter phi ( φ ).Other terms encountered include extreme and mean ratio , medial section , divine proportion (Italian: proporzione divina ), divine section (Latin: sectio divina ), golden proportion , golden cut , and mean of Phidias
  • Golden ratio
    • At least since the Renaissance, many artists and architects have proportioned their works to approximate the golden ratio—especially in the form of the golden rectangle , in which the ratio of the longer side to the shorter is the golden ratio—believing this proportion to be aesthetically pleasing.
    • Mathematicians have studied the golden ratio because of its unique and interesting properties.
    • A regular square pyramid is determined by its medial right triangle, whose edges are the pyramid's apothem (a), semi-base (b), and height (h); the face inclination angle is also marked. Mathematical proportions b:h:a of and and are of particular interest in relation to Egyptian pyramids.
    • Both Egyptian pyramids and those mathematical regular square pyramids that resemble them can be analyzed with respect to the golden ratio and other ratios.
    • Egyptian pyramids very close in proportion to these mathematical pyramids are known.
  • Egyptian pyramids
    • The shapes of Egyptian pyramids include one that is remarkably close to a "golden pyramid". This is the Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Cheops or Khufu).
    • Its slope of 51° 52' is extremely close to the "golden" pyramid inclination of 51° 50' and the π-based pyramid inclination of 51° 51'; other pyramids at Giza (Chephren, 52° 20', and Mycerinus, 50° 47') are also quite close.
    • Whether the relationship to the golden ratio in these pyramids is by design or by accident remains a topic of controversy.
    • Several other Egyptian pyramids are very close to the rational 3:4:5 shape.
    • Michael Rice asserts that principal authorities on the history of Egyptian architecture have argued that the Egyptians were well acquainted with the Golden ratio and that it is part of mathematics of the Pyramids, citing Giedon (1957). He also asserts that some recent historians of science have denied that the Egyptians had any such knowledge, contending rather that its appearance in an Egyptian building is the result of chance.
  • Pyramids
    • In 1859, the Pyramidologist John Taylor (1781-1864) asserted that in the Great Pyramid of Giza built around 2600 BC the golden ratio is represented by the ratio of the length of the face (the slope height), inclined at an angle θ to the ground, to half the length of the side of the square base, equivalent to the secant of the angle θ. The above two lengths were about 186.4 and 115.2 meters respectively. The ratio of these lengths is the golden ratio, accurate to more digits than either of the original measurements.
    • Howard Vyse, accoding to Matila Ghyka, reported the great pyramid height 148.2 m, and half-base 116.4 m, yielding 1.6189 for the ratio of slant height to half-base, again more accurate than the data variability.
    • Egyptian mathematics as understood in modern times, according to mathematician and historian Eric Temple Bell, would not have supported the ability to calculate the slant height of the pyramids, or the ratio to the height, except in the case of the 3:4:5 pyramid, since the 3:4:5 triangle was the only right triangle known to the Egyptians, and they did not know the Pythagorean theorem nor any way to reason about irrationals such as π or φ.
  • Mathematical pyramids
    • A pyramid in which the apothem (slant height along the bisector of a face) is equal to φ times the semi-base (half the base width) is sometimes called a golden pyramid . The isoceles triangle that is the face of such a pyramid can be constructed from the two halves of a diagonally split golden rectangle (of size semi-base by apothem), joining the medium-length edges to make the apothem. The height of this pyramid is times the semi-base; the square of the height is equal to the area of a face, φ times the square of the semi-base. The slope of the face is also .
    • The medial right triangle of this "golden" pyramid (see diagram), with sides is interesting in its own right, demonstrating via the Pythagorean theorem the relationship or . The angle with tangent corresponds to the angle that the side of the pyramid makes with respect to the ground, 51.827... degrees (51° 49' 38").
    • A nearly similar pyramid shape, but with rational proportions, is described in the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus (the source of a large part of modern knowledge of ancient Egyptian mathematics), based on the 3:4:5 triangle; the face slope corresponding to the angle with tangent 4/3 is 53.13 degrees (53 degrees and 8 minutes). The slant height or apothem is 5/3 or 1.666... times the semi-base. The Rhind papyrus has another pyramid problem as well, again with rational slope (expressed as run over rise). Egyptian mathematics did not include the notion of irrational numbers,and the rational inverse slope (run/rise, mutliplied by a factor of 7 to convert to their conventional units of palms per cubit) was used in the building of pyramids.
    • Another mathematical pyramid with proportions almost identical to the "golden" one is the one with perimeter equal to 2π times the height, or h:b = 4:π. This triangle has a face angle of 51.854° (51°51'), very close to the 51.827° of the golden triangle. This pyramid relationship corresponds to the coincidental relationship .
  • Brainwave entrainment
    • Brainwave synchronization, also called brainwave entrainment, is concerned with frequency following response, a naturally occuring phenomenon in which similar frequencies tend to synchronize with each other.
    • Brainwave synchronization with binaural beats is said to help synchronize the two hemispheres, hence most famous incarnation of this example, Hemi-Sync (by Monroe Institute).
    • Both kinds of data are showing up largescale spatiotemporal coherence of brain activities that cannot be satisfactorily explained by conventional mechanisms. The brain functions, not as a collection of specialized brain cells, but as a coherent whole. That is surely one good reason to seek alternative perspectives that would help us understand the organic whole.
    • How the brain functions as a coherent whole is inseparable from how the organism functions as a coherent whole.
    • This effectively frees the organism from thermodynamic constraints so that it is poised for rapid, specific intercommunication, enabling it to function as a coherent whole. In the ideal, the organism is a quantum superposition of coherent activities, with instantaneous (nonlocal) noiseless intercommunication throughout the system.
  • Coherence
    • There are 75 trillion cells in our body, made up of astronomical numbers of molecules of many different kinds.
    • How can this huge conglomerate of disparate cells and molecules function so perfectly as a coherent whole?
    • How can we summon energy at will to do whatever we want?
    • And most of all, how is it possible for there to be a singular "I" that we all feel ourselves to be amid this diverse multiplicity?
  • Coherent energy
    • Quantum coherence and nonlocal intercommunication as the expression of the wholeness of the organism, where global and local are mutually entangled, and every part is as much in control as it is sensitive and responsive.
    • Wholeness of the organism is based on a high degree of quantum coherence.
    • Quantum coherence underlies the "unity of intentionality" and our inner identity of the singular "I". It may account for binding and segmentation in the perceptive act, the distributed, holographic nature of memory , and the distinctive quality of each experienced occasion.
    • The organism is thus a system in which energy is stored in a coherent form, the energy remaining coherent as it is mobilized throughout the system.
    • Anyone ever hit by a wave on the seashore will know what coherent energy is as opposed to the random motion of say, molecules of air in this room.
  • Wholebody continuum
    • Intercommunication can proceed very rapidly, in particular, on account of the liquid crystalline structure of the cells and the connective tissues 
    • Connective tissues make up the bulk of all multicellular animals.
    • They are flexible, highly responsive, yet ordered phases which are connected, via transmembrane proteins to the intracellular matrices of individual cells.
    • The extracellular and intracellular matrices together constitute an excitable continuum for rapid intercommunication permeating the entire organism, enabling it to function as a coherent whole.
    • A "body consciousness" that precedes the nervous system in evolution that still works in tandem with, and independently of the nervous system
    • This body consciousness is the basis of sentience , the pre-requisite for conscious experience that involves the participation of the intercommunicating whole of the energy storage domain.
    • In the limit of the coherence time and coherence volume of energy storage, intercommunication is instantaneous and nonlocal . Because energy is stored over all modes, the organism possesses a complete range of coherence times and coherence volumes.
  • Instantaneous coordination
    • Instantaneous coordination of body functions is mediated, not by the nervous system, but by the body consciousness in the liquid crystalline continuum of the body.
    • this liquid crystalline continuum is responsible for the direct current (DC) electrodynamical field, permeating the entire body of all animals,
    • Becker has further demonstrated that the DC field has a mode of semi-conduction that is much faster than nervous conduction.
  • Collagens
    • Collagens are not just mechanical fibers and composites.
    • Dielectric and electrical conductive properties - sensitive to mechanical pressures, pH, and ionic composition and to electromagnetic fields (reviewed in Ho, 1998; Ho and Knight, 1998; in particular, Zhou, 1999).
    • The electrical properties depend, to a large extent, on the bound water molecules in and around the collagen triple-helix.
    • X-ray diffraction studies reveal a cylinder of water surrounding the triple-helix which is hydrogen-bonded to the hydroxyproline side-chains.
  • Collagen
    • Up to 70% of the proteins in the connective tissues consist of collagens that exhibit patterns characteristic of liquid crystals.
    • Collagens have distinctive mechanical and dielectric properties that render them very sensitive to mechanical pressures, changes in pH, inorganic ions and electromagnetic fields.
    • In particular, a cylinder of bound water surrounds the triple-helical molecule, giving rise to an ordered array of bound water on the surface of the collagen network that supports rapid "jump conduction" of protons.
    • Proteins in liquid crystals have coherent residual motions, and will readily transmit weak signals by proton conduction, or as coherent waves.
    • Thus, extremely weak electromagnetic signals or mechanical disturbances will be sufficient to set off a flow of protons that will propagate throughout the body, making it ideal for intercommunication in the manner of a proton-neural network.
  • collagens
    • all sharing a general repeating sequence of the tripeptide, (X-Y-glycine), where X and Y are usually proline or hydroxyproline (reviewed in Ho and Knight, 1998; Haffegee, 1999; Zhou, 1999).
    • share a molecular structure in which three polypeptide chains are wound around one another in a triple-helix (rather like an electric flex) with the compact amino acid glycine in the central axis of the helix, while the bulky amino-acids proline and hydroxyproline are near the surface.
    • In the fibrous forms, the triple-helical molecules aggregate head to tail and side-by side into long fibrils , and bundles of fibrils in turn assemble into thicker fibres, and other more complex three-dimensional liquid crystalline structures.
    • Some collagens assemble into sheets constructed from an open, liquid crystalline meshwork of molecules.
    • driven by hydrophilic interactions due to hydrogen-bonding between water molecules and charged amino-acid side-chains of the protein.
  • Quantum coherence
    • Organisms may store energy as 'coherent excitations', which originated with solid-state physicist Herbert Fröhlich in the 1960s (Frohlich, 1980).
    • Fritz Popp, quantum physicist turned biophysicist, suggested that organisms are quantum coherent photon fields (Popp et al , 1970; 1992).
    • Quantum coherence in living organisms was still firmly rejected by mainstream biologists when Ho proposed it in 1993 (Ho, 1993).
    • Roger Penrose (1995) has begun to invoke quantum coherence to account for the macroscopic, phase-correlated electrical activities observed by neurophysiologists in widely separated parts of the brain (Freeman, 1995; Ho, 1997).
  • Liquid crystalline continuum
    • Liquid crystalline continuum of connective tissues and extracellular matrix linking directly into the equally liquid crystalline cytoplasm in the interior of every single cell in the body (see Ho, 1997; Ho, 1998; Ho and Knight, 1998,).
    • Liquid crystallinity gives organisms their characteristic flexibility, exquisite sensitivity and responsiveness
    • Optimizes the rapid, noiseless intercommunication that enables the organism to function as a coherent, coordinated whole.
    • Provides subtle electrical interconnections which are sensitive to changes in pressure, pH and other physicochemical conditions
    • Able to register ‘tissue memory’.
    • Thus, the liquid crystalline continuum possesses all the qualities of a ‘body consciousness’ that may indeed be sensitive to all forms of subtle energy medicines.
  • Connective tissues
    • The connective tissues of our body include the skin, bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, various membranes covering major organs and linings of internal spaces.
    • Mechanical functions to keep the body in shape, or to act as packing material.
    • Responsible for the rapid intercommunication that enables our body to function effectively as a coherent whole
    • Central to our health and well-being.
    • The clue to the intercommunication function of connective tissues lies in the properties of collagen , which makes up 70% or more of all the proteins of the connective tissues.
    • Connective tissues form the bulk of the body of most multicellular animals and is the most abundant protein in the animal kingdom.
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  • Quantum potential
    • The geometric energy fields surrounding our bodies can be turned on in a particular way.
    • Connected to our breath.
    • Counter-rotating fields spin close to the speed of Light, allowing for an expanded usefulness and consciousness in this reality
    • Expanded awareness of who and what we are,
    • Connects us with higher levels of consciousness and restores the memory of the infinite possibilities of our being.
    • On the basis of the “quantum potential” that underlies all of space and time, all particles are non-locally interconnected, and all things are part of an unbroken web that is as real as matter.
  • Matter
    • Matter and anti-matter are formed by the same mathematical progression of wave motions in space.
    • Waves travel through space in a spiraling motion,
    • Pass through positive and negative stages
    • Matter is formed through the positive stage, or pulse, and anti-matter through the negative pulse.
    • The period of frequency or rate between each pulse of physical matter is measured by what we call time; time as well as the speed of Light at a particular position in space of which we are aware, at any given moment.
    • If the frequency rate of positive and negative pulses has either increased or decreased, then time and speed of Light vary in direct proportion.
    • For example a strip of a motion picture - each static frame may be likened to a single pulse of physical existence.
  • Zero Point Energy
    • The Ether does exist. It is the anit-matter, the non-baryonic particles.
    • Permeates our entire universe -don’t see or feel it
    • Linked to every atom in existence.
    • Exists as an intimate shadow to us and to our world,
    • Far denser than atoms in our world.
    • Exists even in what we perceive as empty regions of space
    • Exists everywhere in all of the Cosmos.
    • Other modern scientists are re-discovering what Telsa understood. The staggering amount of energy in the ‘Ether’ is known to science today as “Zero Point Energy” or ZPE.
  • Zero Point Energy
    • “ Zero Point Energy” in our Universe becomes a mind-boggling thought. For, in a cube of about 1/3 an inch square is contained more energy than is expended by ALL of the stars in our Galaxy in a million years. The “Zero Point Energy” (ZPE) is indeed pervasive throughout the whole volume of space.
    • Each cubic centimeter has the same amount of ZPE.
    • each cc [cubic centimeter] contains more energy than expended by all the stars in OUR GALAXY in a million years
    • Think about a rubber band. Stretch it. Stretch it more. Until it is almost ready to break. You have just invested it with quite a bit of energy – all contained in that little bit of rubber.
    • Science has missed the fact that we have the ability to interact with Scalar Field Effects – or Scalar waves . Tesla knew of these. He called them longitudinal waves . These scalar waves propagate within the Ether. Scalar Fields Effects, Ether, and Zero Point Energy all tie together.
  • Zero point energy
    • The tremendous energy of ZPE can manifest in our world in a synchronized way.
    • Thomas E. Beardan  concept of scalar waves, its predecessor being the conventional physics scalar field concept.  unconventional non-electromagnetic field, standing for a more fundamental nature than electromagnetic fields
    • gravity fields,
    • Tesla Waves,
    • neurtrino fields,
    • quantum fields,
    • tachyon fields,
    • non-Hertzian waves or longitudinal waves.
    • There are many scientifically supportable extrapolations for the properties ascribed to scalar waves.
  • Scalar waves
    • Propagate faster than Light speed (hence the name tachyons), except when transmitting scalar information on electromagnetic carrier waves.
    • effect is independent of distance and time.
    • effect is 3-5 times stronger than that of electromagnetic fields.
    • more fundamental than magnetic fields.
    • transmit information, not energy.
    • Conventional instruments for measuring electric and magnetic fields, which work by interacting with electron flow and energy transmission, cannot detect them.
    • pervade all matter
    • cannot be shielded against by Faraday cages
    • represent an area in which matter and consciousness can interact.
    • If we assume that, in the area of scalar information transmission, matter and consciousness can influence each other, then we may postulate that Scalar transmissions create “consciousness fields”.
  • Zero Point Energy
    • Tesla - oscillator can create tons of force.
    • It comes from within the atoms.
    • Coherent vibrations cause atoms to synchronously collide in greater and greater intensity.
    • This intensity pushes atoms closer together as the synchronous ‘wave ’ bounces back and forth from the ends in a resonating material (such as a metal bar).
    • This is a metal version of a Light laser.
    • Instead of triggering Light photons, the atoms are physically rebounding from each other using the added Zero Point Energy in a miniature Casimir effect.
    • The rebound has more energy than the initial collision.
    • This escalation of energy within the resonating material will continue to grow as long as the coherent vibration wave is maintained – such as with small control energy from a precision oscillator.
  • ZPE
    • During this resonation, at a certain point, the Coulomb forces and Van der Waal forces are overwhelmed; and the lattice structure of the material become very elastic.
    • At the same time, the power of the synchronized motion within the atomic structure will cause the material to undulate or expand and contract like a ‘beating heart’.
    • Every kind of force or particle has its own vacuum state.
    • In its ground state, the electromagnetic field still possesses residual energy, or Zero Point Energy , which is indicated by zero point fluctuations.
    • The same applies to the vacuum states of the other physical forces and particles. The “empty space” in which all force and matter fields have zero average intensity, is in reality filled with ceaseless activity of ghost particles and phantom fields.
    • An astonishing theory called the holographic principle holds that the universe is like a hologram: just as a trick of light allows a fully three-dimensional image to be recorded on a flat piece of film, our seemingly three-dimensional universe is possibly completely equivalent to alternative quantum fields and physical laws "painted" on a distant, vast surface.
  • spin points
    • The nodal points of cell memory are known as ‘spin points’. When damaged cells are activated with supersonic frequencies it allows for damaged DNA to repair itself, regardless of location in the body.
    • Through this reparation, the messenger communication link is regained and re-established at the DNA cellular level.
    • This allows for the tRNA molecules to cause cells to alter their normal properties, which then receive their original genetic transmissions as they are provided through the spin point to a cell.
    • These spin point transmissions provide regenerating instructions for manufacturing of enzymes and proteins, which are the building blocks for the ‘new tissue’, or the newly regenerated physical form.
    • This science allows the nodal of cell memory to be stimulated for repair and regeneration – thereby reprogramming the cell.
    • Spin points permit sound-light vibrations to penetrate and change the spin of cell molecules, increasing it to a faster rate causing the formation of new tissues.
  • DNA
    • If there is an abnormality or mutation, a normal or healthy energy waveform matching the DNA of the affected organ is pumped into the spin points and the organ is restored to a healthy state.
    • This now polarized field allows the new cells to grow in a healthier configuration, weakening the original field of the abnormal or diseased structure and strengthening the field of the normal or healthy structure.
    • Proper combination of color and sound establishes a healthy resonance grid within the hydrogen matrix of life allowing for the human expression of DNA-RNA to be properly balanced.
    • The images may be seen as a Kaleidoscope of color. To look at a mere drop of perfect crystalline water magnified, you would see what looks like a beautiful crystalline snowflake.
    • Just as you can look at minerals magnified by an electron microscope, you will see incredible patterns in the DNA molecules arrangement.
    • The same holds true for every single cell in our body and for every substance that may be within.
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  • DNA
    • Dr. David Deamer, a cell biologist at the University of California Davis, in 1988 published several tapes based on a measuring of the rhythm of the four DNA bases (adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine) as they traveled along the helix.
    • He discovered some fascinating patterns.
    • Vibrations can be measured by using an infrared spectrophotometer.
    • By exposing each base to infrared light and measuring which wavelengths each base absorbs it is possible to identify a unique array of approximately 15 different wavelengths for each base.
    • Since each base has a slightly different atomic structure, it will vibrate in a unique manner.
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  • mito-genetic low radiation
    • Presence of a " mito-genetic low radiation “ - proved by Classical research  A.G. Gurvich, and by Denis Gabor, G. Protti, A.J. Ferguson and Otto Rahn, Harold Burr, Colli, Facchini and Rossi, T.I. Quickenden
    • "ultra-weak luminescence"(bio-field) generated at the level of all living cells, a bioluminescence included in the spectrum of visible and ultraviolet radiation able to generate a specific order of cells’ structure (Lipkind, 1992)
    • Explained in the terms of biophotonics, to make active this "morphogenetic pattern" implies the effect of an invisible bio-field manifested in the UV spectrum of the electromagnetic scale, due to the quantum anti-Stokes rule and to the modulation in frequency generated by the optical activity of the cellular (liquid crystal) membranes.
  • Biophotons
    • Recent research by W. Sedlak and W. Nagl, R. Dobrin a.o., and by Fritz-Albert Popp and his collaborators , has demonstrated the constant presence of a cellular emission of biophotons beginning from a few biophotons to some hundreds of biophotons/cm2, as an ultra-weakly delayed bioluminescence (including the level of DNA).
    • This coherent emission of bioluminescence (having the characteristics of a "bio-laser" emission) was demonstrated by using high technology and methodology, such as a photomultiplier, that is able to determine the Poissonian Photocount Statistics of a "biophoton emission" and the hyperbolic-like relaxation of "delayed luminescence" by analyzing the "biophoton emission" and the "delayed luminescence" characteristic of each biological system.
    • Such evidence could make understandable the nature of the bioluminescent emission (biofield) of living systems, first, and the resonant effects generated by remedies at the level of this field, second.
  • Biophotons
    • The emission of biophotons generated at the level of biological systems (such as plants) and the experimental "communication / resonance" between plants and human beings represents a phenomenon that was demonstrated by Cleve Backster at the level of a unifying "Life field"(L-field).
    • A historical experiment, proved that after a normal (spontaneous) emission of bioluminescence, a sample of lichen stimulated by human hands increased evidently the quantity of emitted biophotons.
    • It seems clear that it is the "Vital Force" as bioluminescent field of the human body that stimulated such an effect.
  • Liquid Crystals
    • Presence of liquid crystals and their optical properties (determined by their transparency) at the level of cell membranes -research by S.J. Singer, A. Guyton, Mae Won Ho, et al., [Stanciulescu, Manu, 2001b: 129].
    • The state of health or illness of the human organism depends on the transparence  degree of the membranous liquid crystals:
    • if this transparence is normal, the organism will be healthy,
    • if not it will be ill.
    • By their resonating undulatory (photonic) effect or by their biochemical reactions, the remedies could implicitly stimulate the process of transparency, (by contributing to the arrangement of the liquid crystal on the membranous surface) or inhibit it (in the case of microbes, for example, which must be destroyed).
    • Due to the transparency of the membranous liquid crystal, the specific wave of the remedies can be distributed inside the whole organism, penetration to the DNA level included, by generating adequate resonance phenomena .
  • piezoelectric
    • The presence of the liquid crystals - the piezoelectric properties of the (organic liquid) micro-crystals present in a substance will determine by the generated pressure the liberation of substance’s energetic-informational reserves (of electrons and photons).
    • indefinitely kept in the "field memory" as transmitted to the substantial vibrators (liquid crystals) and / or to the bioluminescent field
    • The piezoelectric mechanism of transforming electromagnetic oscillations to mechanical vibrations and vice versa, at the level of biological systems (such as DNA, RNA, ATP, phospholipids of the cellular membranes, etc.), is sustained by the contributions of actual science [Coetzee, 2003: 2-3].
  • Light pulse
    • The ultra-thin crystals, such as the magnetite crystals present in the human brain especially and / or in the extra-cellular fluids, or the membranous liquid crystals, become piezoelectric oscillators, sensible to different light (electromagnetic) commands.
    • Briefly, the (cerebral) mechanism is the following:
    • a) The energetic-informational stimuli belonging to the exterior / interior (bio)fields determine – at the brain’s level first – the ions release, that induce currents to the surrounding coiled dendrites.
    • b) The micro-amperage magnetic field that results as a consequence stimulates the different types of crystals, by producing a circular, polarized and coherent "light pulse".
    • This pulse – the bioluminescent – travels throughout the whole body, by changing the orientation of every molecule and atom within the body, and by restructuring the forms of the cells, of the organs, etc.
  • piezoelectric mechanism
    • The piezoelectric mechanism –– accomplishes the interface between the energetic-informational fields and the substantial substratum of the human body.
    • Based on the piezoelectric phenomenon of the (liquid) crystals present everywhere inside the human body, other unconventional therapeutic modalities – magneto-therapy, electro-acupuncture, polarized light, laser emission, chromo-therapy, electro-crystalline therapy, homeopathy, or sound-therapy – can be explained.
    • These modalities demonstrate the interference established between the bioluminescent field of the body/organ/cell tissue and other stimuli: cosmic, telluric, biological, technological, etc.
  • Energy sources
    • According to the calculations of Stanciulescu & Manu, the energetic resources of the organism, necessary for metabolism, are much more than the daily 7.000 cal received by alimentation.
    • Consequently, the human body must use other sources of energy / information to harmoniously sustain itself.
    • Light, vibrations, sounds, miasmas, etc. are translated at the level of the membranous systems of human receptors into electrons and photons.
    • Intuitively, the affirmation of Popp that "light is our food" and that it is possible for certain persons to effectively use only light (cosmic energy) for survival is now understandable [Jasmuheen, 2003].
  • memory of water
    • Water retains the memory of energies and substances with which it has had contact, so that a mass of water behaves in some ways like a quantum whole. Roger Taylor [2003: 20-21
    • The work of Jacques Benveniste proves that homeopathic information can be transferred by an electric, digital, or magnetic procedure from one solution to another one, containing only water.
    • Cyril Smith potentised different quantities of water with different electromagnetic frequencies, proving by convergent strategies that the human being is resonating with the induced and memorized frequency.
    • These experiments demonstrate that living systems are able not only to receive the memorized information of the water, but to transmit their information to the water as well.
  • Water
    • Japanese Masaru Emoto [2001], has clearly shown the structuring or non-structuring effects of different types of stimuli – biophysical and psychological, or homeopathic remedies – upon the "memory of the organic water".
    • It is enough to follow two relevant photos (figures 8 a, b) in order to understand some very important aspects correlated to homeopathy:
    • — water represents about 70% of our organism; consequently, its (non)structured configuration is determinative for human body states of health or illness;
    • — positive states of consciousness determine a general structured state of organic / "linked" water of the human body, which will favor any process of healing;
  • Water
    • Energy or vibrations of the environment will change the molecular shape of water
    • Water - ability to visually & molecularly reflect the environment [ Sharp , 2003: 2].
    • The possibility that mental states can affect the structure of water, implies that it is important to have a good attitude.
    • Positive mental thinking will better structure the whole biological water of the body, which will prepare it to assimilate the good information/energy of any therapy
  • Body Patterns
    • The body maintains the major pattern of its health state, which the body seems to "forget" when an illness becomes active.
    • That is why, by introducing a remedy into the deep memory of the organism, we introduce in fact a " holographic bit of information “ into the "informational matrix" containing the program of the organism’s right functionality.
    • High level (bio)photonics and optical technology , based on lasers and holographic technology, offers both:
    • (a) An exemplary analogous model for understanding the high coherence level of the living systems" bioluminescent emission [Popp,1992], for clarifying the holographic functioning of the brain [Pribram, 1971], etc.
    • (b) The adequate instrumentation to create technical models for computational / digital analyses of biological field data, recorded by video-camera, UV and IR photo-technologies etc.), and to make visible the different bio-psycho-logical states of the human being etc.; such analyses could highlight the invisible effects of an energetic therapy after its administration [Slawinski, 2003].
  • Stimulating technologies
    • In this frame, we could mention two types of stimulating technologies, such as:
    • — the medical laser radiation,
    • the polarized light of the Zepter-technology, chromo-therapy, sound-therapy (cymatics developed by Dr. Peter Guy Manners ) or the electro-crystalline therapy of Harry Oldfield , etc., using some artificial emission of light (waves) to amplify the energetic + informational activity of the human organism;
    • — the new therapeutic Rife Technology, based on pulsed plasma energy transfer , realized by Jimmie L. Holman,— the orgonic / radionic technologies realized by Wilhelm Reich , Thomas Tesla , Robert Pavlita , Karl Hans Welz a.o., that are able to preserve and release the natural radiation of the "cosmic field“ in some technological accumulators.
  • Exogenous homeopathic effects
    • All these technologies, used as sources of artificial or natural EI, can influence the state of the "life field“ by resonance,
    • (human) bioluminescence has all the properties of the "cosmic EI field".
    • interference established between the bioluminescent field of the body/organ/cell tissue and the induced stimuli of the "complex light".
    • recent Romanian innovative biotechnology [ Stanciulescu, Apopei, Poenaru, Brasoveanu , 2006], who uses an "bio-resonator complex" (a "biological laser" active substance) of several natural ingredients (vegetable and animal), specifically selected and measured, placed on human body as a pendant, button, etc., having a specific design, form, color (frequency), state of aggregation, etc.
    • Exogenous source of homeopathic effects is able to stimulate the EI of the living systems resources and to eliminate the causes of different illness states.
  • Biophotonic
    • Biophotonic resonator could be technologically activated by using a polarized colored light, a laser source of stimulation etc.
    • Biophotonic point of view - bioresonators have a double function
    • (1) an energetic function :
    • To deliver by a resonance mechanism the internal energy of the receptor system and to activate its growth / development / healing
    • (2) an informational function :
    • Play the role of a "disk-storage system", enable the ill organism to remember (its lost "field or matrix memory")
    • Observe the energetic and informational effects generated by these resonators (figure   5)
  • Biophotonic resonator
    • Figure 5.  Seems of wheat, after first 12 days of growth :
    • a) left sample: normal growth; b) right sample: growth stimulated by a biophotonic resonator
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  • Coherence Theory
    • The holographic model of the universe gives a new foundation for comprehending the unseen energy interconnections between all things.
    • The first integrative explanatory theory concerning this already known bioluminescent emission, namely the
    • “ Coherence Theory ” (CT), supposes that the fully coherent fields of biophotons emitted in two different situations (with identical spectral distributions), could be “responsible for intra- and intercellular communication and regulation of biological functions such as biochemical activities, cell growth and differentiation” [Popp, a.o., 2001: 98-99].
  • Photonic Theory of Energy-Information
    • 1) The “Photonic Theory of Energy-Information ” (PTEI) explains how it is possible to influence the body by acting on its energetic-information field  (the “auric / etheric body”), by mechanisms of holographic resonance.
    • by means of the interference of the remedy’s emission of waves and the “field” of the receptor biological system
    • Double nature of light – corpuscular and undulatory, electric and magnetic – by associating it predominantly with the energetic and informational dimensions.
    • The duality corpuscle-wave – of the “body” and “soul” (or “Vital Force”), responsible for the health state of all the living systems – can be visualized now by different (bio)photonic technologies, such as: spectroscopy, electronography, etc.
  • Biological Lasers Theory (BLT)
    • (2) The “Biological Lasers” Theory (BLT) clarifies relationships between the physical body and its “wave” bioluminescent, the invisible electromagnetic (EM) spectrum.
    • Light interference with living matter is based on two basic concepts
    • (1) Light ( energetic and informational-the EM field) plays a crucial role in the structural and functional organization of the living matter ;
    • (2) the mechanism - the light amplification by stimulated emission of (bio)radiation (namely a “biological laser” process).
  • Optical activity
    • From the perspective of biophotonics, 2 systems are responsible for the optical activity of the living organism that generates bioluminescence as a “biological laser” phenomenon.
    • These two systems are:
    • — the molecular system of a semi-conductor type phosphate – linked water – molecular oxygen ,
    • Bioluminescence (the stimulated and amplified emission of light) penetrates biological structures (according to the anti-Stokes rule in non-linear optics);
    • ― the organic structures with liquid crystal properties present in cellular membranes and the cytoplasm are able to transmit step by step, through birefringence, polarization, selective reflection and rotary magnetic dispersion, the properties of the (bio)laser-type emission: coherence, monochromatcity, directionality and intensity of light.
  • Biochemical, Electrical, Magnetic and Photonic (BEMPh) phenomena
    • the correlated actions of the molecular semiconductor "biological-laser" and of the organic structures with liquid crystal properties reflect the fact that the molecules, membranes, cell nuclei, cells, organs and the whole organism function as “biological laser” systems, both linked and included , by generating a complex of correlated biochemical, electrical, magnetic and photonic (BEMPh) phenomena . 
    • Analogous to the technical laser optic resonator
    • Functionally these biological complexes generates a bioluminescent phenomenon
    • Six types of “biological lasers” specific to the human body - the explanatory force of biophotonics.
  • biological lasers
    • (1) Semiconductor molecular “biological laser” system
    • generates an ultra-weak emission of bioluminescence (fluorescence or phosphorescence) at the level of the molecular complex phosphate – linked water – molecular oxygen (figure 4) [5], that:
    • — the luminous radiation emission of the living systems is not a spontaneous emission process (as phosphorescence is considered to be), but a process of the amplified and stimulated luminous radiation, i.e., a “biological laser” emission type, like the technical laser emission; (involving the mechanisms of quantum physics and of non-linear optics)
    • — a “π” type meta-stable electron of the phosphorus atom within in the phosphate group (as a biological non-linear medium) is responsible for generating and maintaining the process of light (photons) absorption and amplified emission of biophotonic radiation (figure 4).
  • living systems
    • The complex phosphate – linked water – molecular oxygen is essentially involved in the unitary genesis of all the living systems (plants, animals, humans), by representing the active substance of all the types of “biological lasers”,
    • able to mediate the metamorphosis of the “natural / artificial light” into “living light” ( mana, prana, ki ),
    • to generate this bio-luminescence (aura) means for human being “to be alive”
    • to be healthy, if the “active substance” is in a good state of functionality.
    • Consequently, as F.A. Popp demonstrated (1992), the bioluminescence phenomenon appears to be a “delayed luminescence”, wherein the greater the density, the force of emission and the frequency of the incident light, the longer the duration.
  • membranous biological laser
    • (2) The membranous “biological laser” system .
    • semiconductor “molecular lasers” in combination with thermic-tropic type liquid crystals.
    • found in all cellular membranes
    • in organelles such as chloroplasts and mitochondria
    • liquid crystal features, such as: optic reflection and refraction, birefringence and rotatory magnetic dispersion, diamagnetic memory properties, piezoelectricity, etc.
    • ordered liquid crystals in cellular membranes can transform any energetic-informational stimulus – photonic, caloric, mechanic, sonorous, tactile, pressure, olfactory, etc. – in electrons and biophotons fluxes.
  • two phenomena
    • Such a feature is very important for explaining two phenomena:
    • — the possibility of unitary analysis of a great number of types of information / energies by the brain by biophotonic emission (bioluminescence) and electric currency;
    • indirect channel that permits the brain to analyze the information of a certain remedy and then select a corresponding reaction / command
    • — the substantial support of the memory (at the level of cellular membrane, especially) that assume the fixation of information and various types of energy upon the biochemical structures of the liquid crystals oriented / fixed on the membranous support in a specific way
    • acts by influencing the configuration of the membranous liquid crystals of a certain cell / tissue / organ, respectively by “remembering” their normal (healthy) organization through the pattern of the (bio)electromagnetic information / frequency of the remedy.
  • liquid crystal
    • The liquid crystal structure of the membrane, explanatory for its:
    • a) optical properties (light’s refraction inside the cellular body);
    • b) memory phenomena: the orientation of the liquid crystals in the membranous field (surface) due to the properties of the incident stimuli (remedy’s vibration, for example), accorded to the oscillation mode of the (monochromatic) light.
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  • BEMPh
    • On the membranous level, the biochemical, electric, magnetic and biophotonic (BEMPh) effects initiated by the presence of a luminous stimulus are responsible for the following categories of processes
    • the energic-informational genesis of the helicoidal and dextrogyrate DNA structure,
    • the photolysis of cellular membranes,
    • the generation of the organic polymers network,
    • the formation of reserves of molecular compounds (energy / information traps),
    • the apparition of the membranous black-holes assuring the cells’ nutrition,
    • the generation of the electric potential of repose and of action and the “solenoidal” characteristics of the cell,
    • the (bio)photonic / auric effects connected to cells: thermal, plasmatic, holographic , etc
  • transparency
    • All these type of processes could be beneficially influenced / stimulated through the information carried by a stimuli,
    • information able to optimize the functionality of the liquid crystals (membranous and cytoplasmatic): their transparency against light respectively
    • The same effect of a “biological / natural laser” (emission of coherent light) is generated by a remedy, due to:
    • — the remedy able to influence / stimulate the optical functions of the membranous “biological laser” systems (the optimal refraction and reflection of the cellular membranes
    • — the vibratory properties of the remedies able to stimulate the delivery of a flux of electrons and (bio)photons at the level of the human organism E-I traps.
  • nuclear “biological laser” system
    • (3) The nuclear “biological laser” system .
    • liquid crystals - liothrope crystals RNA, DNA, TPA, etc.,
    • found in nucleus-plasma, mitochondrion and organelles
    • responsible for some essential phenomena, namely:
    • self-focusing and self-filamenting in the nucleus,
    • can transform a large fascicle into a narrower, more powerful one
    • mechanism analogous to that used in laser technique
    • led some researchers (Popp, Gu, Li) to consider DNA as a “bio-laser”
  • nuclear biological laser
    • the storage of a large number of biophotons in the nuclear DNA and mitochondrion medium, which can get stuck between DNA's catenae (as the most profound light-information trap) for an indefinite period of time
    • the initiation of the specific electromagnetic effects inside organelles as division of genetic material in the nucleus, in mitochondria and the cell itself
    • and mitosis starting with RNA in nucleolus of the nucleus (intro-nuclear), by generating the cellular E-I  traps, etc.
    • It is exactly these “traps” which remedies are able to stimulate (by a “ holographic resonance ” mechanism) in order to release the latent E-I resources of the human organism .
  • cellular “biological laser
    • ( 4) The cellular “biological laser” system .
    • formed from a complex of linked and intricated “biological lasers” (molecular, membranous, nuclear)
    • some special characteristics (figure 7):
    • (a) Structurally, show its similarity with all the reference points of the technical laser: resonant optic cavity; the active substance; the pumping and photon obturation; buffering and cooling systems; and orientation of electromagnetic field.
    • an interference between the human body bioluminescence and the waves of a remedy – previously stimulated / (bio)energized by  a natural  source (such as human hands’ bioluminescent emission) or by a technical coherent fluxes of light (of a laser, for example) – could be responsible for a more efficient effect of the remedy.
    • optimizing the curative properties of a remedy by its stimulation with a (bio)laser source of light
  • Cellular laser
    • (b) Functionally , the “cellular laser” allows the following BEMPh categories of complementary effects to become manifest:
    • — The biochemical phenomena are typical of daytime (the luminescent stimulus is accumulated and stored in macro-energetic compounds TPA, TPG, etc.) and of nighttime (the energetic-informational reserves are delivered for maintaining the bioluminescence and its effects).
    • — The electrical phenomena at the cellular level results from the fact that the cell makes an “electromagnetic oscillatory circuit”(solenoid) in the cellular membranes, due to the presence of the action-rest currency;
    • the fact that the cell is working like an emission-reception type of bio-electromagnetic circuit makes it possible for the cell to transmit information by electromagnetic resonance, having the “monochromatic impulse frequency”.
    • the remedy’s photonic information will initiate a specific potential currency at the cellular membrane level, which is transmitted to the brain by this channel too.
  • Magnetic phenomena
    • Magnetic phenomena are found both in the shallow level of the cell (the occurrence of the membranous “black-hole”, of the magnetic cellular N-S poles) and its deep level, as cellular division
    • the cellular self-reproduction as an effect of the magnetic field interaction, the periodical occurrence of the magnetic impulses of electronic and photonic nature.
    • Moreover, the cell is also a magnetic trap for the “biological laser” plasma generated as a secondary biophotonic effect.
    • The electric effect generated by the remedy’s information in the membranous solenoid is also transferred at the level of the cellular magnetic (bio-plasmatic) field implicitly and, after that, step by step at the level of the whole organism.
  • photonic phenomena
    • d) The photonic phenomena (bioluminescence) are determined by the main source of energy and information
    • light being a cellular biologic material organizing factor
    • consider the cell as a “biological parametric generator of superior optical frequencies”,
    • a generator of superior harmonics of the incident radiation (with visible frequency deviated towards ultraviolet)
    • amplifier role in the amplitude of the luminous radiation energy
    • The differences among various “biologic type” systems that form the cell result from the differences of size (macroscopic aspect) and structure of the active substance (phosphates, liquid crystals, nucleic acid, etc.).
    • They also result from the differences regarding the two essential types of energetic amplification realized along the linked “cellular lasers”, trough:
  • modulation
    • a) modulation in frequency : the deviation of the incident visible light towards the invisible scale of the EM spectrum (UV, X, gamma, etc.); such a modulation is realized by two mechanisms, namely:
    • (a) at the level of the molecular “biological laser” (phosphate – linked water – molecular oxygen), according to the anti-Stokes rule (from non-linear optics), the incident light will increase its frequency;
    • (b) at the level of the membranous liquid crystals, by each refraction the incident light waves will double its frequency;
  • modulation
    • b) modulation in amplitude :
    • the light’s (bioluminescence) focalization is monochromatic and focuses by the “energetic cone” effect (figure 5b), facilitated by the cell’s character as a “laser resonator” lined with liquid crystals (as coherent reflecting mirrors);
    • consequently, the very high frequency of the incident radiation (natural light, for example) will be transformed inside the linked “cellular lasers” into a low frequency (fluxes / impulses) of light.
    • each cell of the organism functions with light as a main source of energy and information.
    • Either they receive it directly or indirectly through other cells' bioluminescence, respectively from different types of “E-I traps”
  • organ biologic laser
    • 5) The organ “biologic laser” systems .
    • characterized by specific features derived out of their structure and functionality.
    • From the structural viewpoint , the organ “biologic lasers” are super-systems, an intricate biologic system, made of subordinate systems:
    • molecular, membranous, nuclear and cellular “biological lasers”.
    • From the functional point of view , these systems ensure the main functions of the organism.
    • Each “organ laser” initiates:
  • biochemical effects
    • a) biochemical effects
    • must be synchronized and correlated to: the mediation of the human body exchanges of substances, the external medium or to the neighbouring organs through the “linked biological organ lasers” on the nervous chain of digestive, respiratory, cardio-vascular, urinary and genital systems,
    • “ holographic resonance” at the organism level
    • a remedy has a direct functional effect of stimulation, and only indirectly a structural effect.
    • This happens because the remedies are not carrying predominantly energetic-substantial content, as a lot of medical remedies do, but they are carrying especially field-information.
    • It is exactly this information which the organ “biological lasers” are receiving, processing and holographically registering.
  • electric effects
    • b) The electric effects - the shape of the action potentials.
    • The frequency of the photonic impulses determines the electric impulses of biorhythms specific to each organ as it generates them.
    • These impulses generate heartbeats, brain electrical activity rhythms, etc.
    • the frequency of the electrical impulses of the organs is determined by the optical activity of the nervous system.
    • This activity – which begins with the optic nerves and regulates the frequency and intensity of impulses induced in the cerebral trunk and the spinal medulla – could be influenced by the specific radiant information of a certain remedy.
    • Such an undulatory information (characterized by frequency, amplitude, etc. of the homeopathic remedy too) – spread inside the human body by the channel of the “biological water”, of the “nadis net” or of the nervous system – is able to regulate the organs functionality (by synchronizing the electrical impulse transmission at the organ level, by reestablishing the right electric polarity of each organ, etc.).
  • magnetic effects
    • c) The magnetic effects specific to the biological activity of the organs are to be correlated to the “organ memory”
    • that is the result of a succession of optical phases and a synchronized optic activity in all cells' membranes of the same generation cells, as a sum in space (holographic effect) and time of these cells' memories.
    • memory is registered both at the level of the cellular organic liquid crystals, the bioluminescent field and the solenoidal electromagnetic field of the cells which form the reference organ.
    • Thus, each organ constitutes its own memory in the shape of an optic hologram.
    • It is exactly such a specific hologram which a specific remedy transmits as an optic message (the harmonic frequency of waves) to the organs, by “remembering” their normal (healthy) structure or / and functionality.
  • photonic effects
    • d) The photonic effects – generated by bioluminescence in organs – are the consequence of the functional synchronism between the cells belonging to the same embryo-genetic generation.
    • At the level of these cells, embryo-genetically placed in the same luminous front, the local buffer systems synchronize and damp the luminous electromagnetic oscillations and all BEMPh phenomena, generating holographic, thermal and plasmatic effects. 
    • Together, these aspects explain the coherence / resonance /  E-I relationships embryo-genetically established between different organs / zones of the organism.
    • Such a phenomenon makes possible the therapeutic procedures of homeopathy, acupuncture, reflex-therapy, etc.:
    • the strong resonance / coherence established between: the remedy frequency, on the one hand, a certain “E-I trap” or / and a malfunctioning organ, on the other hand.
  • memory
    • According to BLT, this memory is registered both at the level of the cellular organic liquid crystals, the bioluminescent field and the solenoidal electromagnetic field of the cells which form the reference organ.
    • Thus, each organ constitutes its own memory in the shape of an optic hologram.
    • It is exactly such a specific hologram which a specific remedy transmits as an optic message (the harmonic frequency of waves) to the organs, by “remembering” their normal (healthy) structure or / and functionality.
  • photonic effects
    • d) The photonic effects – generated by bioluminescence in organs – are the consequence of the functional synchronism between the cells belonging to the same embryo-genetic generation.
    • At the level of these cells, embryo-genetically placed in the same luminous front, the local buffer systems synchronize and damp the luminous electromagnetic oscillations and all BEMPh phenomena, generating holographic, thermal and plasmatic effects. 
    • Together, these aspects explain the coherence / resonance /  E-I relationships embryo-genetically established between different organs / zones of the organism.
    • Such a phenomenon makes possible the therapeutic procedures of homeopathy, acupuncture, reflex-therapy, etc.: the strong resonance / coherence established between: the remedy frequency, on the one hand, a certain “E-I trap” or / and a malfunctioning organ, on the other hand.
  • biological laser system
    • Figure 8 . The organ “biological laser” system : a) the eye: the main holographic system (the incident luminous information is spread at different deep levels of the cerebral mass, by explaining the correlation between localisation and diffusion theory of the memory; the holographic functioning of the brain, which Karl Pribram has already postulated [1971], without having – at that time – the sine-qua-non BLT’s arguments (the presence of the “biolaser light” and of the “biological lasers” hierarchical systems); b) the “psi wave” representation.
  • modulation
    • The double mechanism of modulation (in frequency and amplitude) is also responsible for the “light metamorphosis” (the genesis of the “living light” respectively), being able to explain the specific characteristics of the cerebral (“psi”) wave, having (figure 8b): a higher energetic support (a high frequency: 1015 Hz or higher) as signifier , able to sustain and transmit (inside or outside the human body) the rich informational content ( signified ) of the low cerebral waves frequency (0,5-30 cycles / second, as the EEK puts into evidence)
    • The same mechanism is responsible for the metamorphosis and the coherent assumption of the remedies emission of light (information) into the “living light” too, transmitted to the brain and / or to the organs.
  • organismic biologic laser
    • (6) The organismic “biologic laser” system.
    • characterizing the subordinated systems’ structure and functionality ranging from the molecular ones to those of the principal organs.
    • phenomena taking place in the organism as a whole:
    • a) The biochemical phenomena include the existence of some biosynthesis that is, forming some strategic resources (traps) of biochemical activators on the level of various organs (the liver, the spleen) or hormone and enzyme secretor glands.
    • organic E-I traps can also be stimulated by different homeopathic remedies, corresponding (by resonance) to different organs of the body.
  • Electric/magnetic phenomena
    • b) The electric phenomena
    • large electric potentials between the poles of the organism (the head and feet),
    • the existence of a growing repose potential level in the receptor extremity towards the effector extremity,
    • the existence of a difference in potential between left-hand and right-hand sides of the human body, etc.
    • The remedies having a certain polarity (due to their predominant color / frequency are susceptible to change, if necessary, the polarity of the whole organism.
    • c) The magnetic phenomena
    • aim at doubling the pair organs;
    • optic memory (holographic memory) of the entire organism (as a magnetic dipole with N-S polarity, feet-head respectively, etc.
  • photonic phenomena
    • d) The photonic phenomena
    • aim at the “terminal” feature of the bioluminescent radiation process dependent on the finite number of monochromatic biophotons, emitted at the epidermis level
    • This process explains to us the generation and maintenance of the bioluminescence phenomenon (often disputed) which generates the human aura and its functional role in accordance with derived effects such as:
    • a) the holographic effect in the shape of the colored spectrum (in ultraviolet) of the “chakras”;
    • b) the thermal effects synthesis appearing first in body heat;
    • c) the plasmatic effects highlighted by “biological laser” plasma effluxes at the level of the fingers, the head, eyes, etc.
    • The correlation of all these bio-electromagnetic phenomena / effects in the human body makes the human being behave like a sophisticated bio-sensor that resonates / inter-phases (faces) with external fields, and, therefore, with the field of remedies, by influencing them and being influenced by them in turn.
  • SOME BIOPHOTONIC CONCLUSIONS
    • Biophotonics make understandable the existance of both universal and individual E-I (bio)field.
    • biophotonic conception concerning the spiritual / affective / emotional causes of illnesses is based on the existence of this EI field,
    • mechanisms of two types of invisible EI causes:
    • (1) external objective causes , determined by the objective fields (radiant) influences:
    • — physical (natural) effects of cosmic, solar, lunar harmful radiation, Earth radiation (Hartman or Curry “nets”), etc.;
    • — biological radiation, such as negative influences of different persons (by “black magic” actions , by “energetic vampirism” or “evil eye”, etc.)
    • — technical radiation generated by different electromagnetic sources and machines, by RTV nets, mobile phone net and computers screen, or by the architectural “microwaves of form”, etc.
    • (2) internal causes , concerning the subjective situation of human “soul and spirit” energetic-informational malfunctions.
  • vibratory rhythm
    • The relationship established between the bio-electromagnetic vibrations of the living organism (as a dynamic field , in a permanent oscillation) and the field of the “(bio)physical remedy” is described by George Vithoulkas :
    • “ Because all the substances have their own electromagnetic field, the task is to find … the same ‘vibratory rhythm’ as the patient’s rhythm is , in the frame of his / her illness. …
    • If this happens, a phenomenon of ‘ resonance ’ will be instituted.
    • As a consequence, the patient’s electro-magnetic field will be intensified, exactly at the necessary frequency for producing healing ” [2002: 96] [11].
    • Relationship between corpuscle & wave and between physical body & soul / spirit emissions of light is quite obvious:
    • the bio-fields determine the bodily state and this in turn generates a new state of the bioluminescent field.
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  • possibilities
    • biophotonics technology and medicine could be adapted to the exigencies of human health through interdisciplinary cooperation.
    • suggest only some of these possibilities :
    • —     using the structured water as a liquid support for different types of remedies, by means of different influences (including the field of a healthy person or of the person who must be cured, generating a type of self-vaccination);
    • verification of the organic / tissular water structures with magnetic-resonance and electronic microscopy technologies to align  it with the properties of the remedies;
    • verifying the energetic charge and bioluminescence of the plants and substances used for different remedies;
  • possibilities
    • testing the bioluminescent emission of different types of potencies and correlating their frequency with the frequency of different types of affections;
    • using laser technology to amplify the informational properties (such as frequency, coherency, etc.) of remedies;
    • “ charging” the same protein support of the remedy with waves having different frequencies (information), by using different types of monochromatic electromagnetic radiation;
    • verifying the energetic-informational “resonance” between human beings, in order to avoid possible incompatibilities; etc.
  • In conclusion
    • from the biophotonics point of view:
    • universal energy could represent the synergic bio-field effect of all the living systems in the universe;
    • organism’s “Vital Force” is represented by the bioluminescent field (bio-field) generated by the cosmic light at the level of “biological lasers”;
    • relationship between the “life energy” and the “Vital Force” is similar to the relationship between part and wholeness
    • responsible for the health or illness state of the organism;
    • depends on the organism’s transparency to light
    • “ Vital Force” assures the coherence of all the organism’s functions, representing the vehicle for transmitting different types of information / stimuli (remedies) received by the human organism;
    • “ Vital Force” is that EI “human structure” which can survive for awhile after human bodily death.
  • Potential
    • The objective existence of a certain “Vital Force” belonging to humanity, a specific “collective unconsciousness”, a unifying “electromagnetic wave” (Schumann’s wave), an integrative “socio-field” determined by a coherent “socio-laser”, could be rationally argued by using the scientific contributions of biophotonics (PTEI and BLT).
    • Potential
    • to harmonize humans’ body, soul and spirit complexes
    • to optimize their relationship with the planet Earth
    • by using the power of love – as the most special “remedy” – could represent the reality of medical science of the future:
    • “ transpersonal medicine”, which Harry van der Zee has already postulated.
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  • coherent source of energy
    • Mitogenetic radiation and quantum coherence in the body
    • Nobel laureate Dr. Albert Szent-Györgi (1960), father of modern biochemistry once stated that:
    • “ The cell is a machine driven by energy. It can thus be approached by studying matter or by studying energy. In every culture and in every medical tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy.”
    • This statement makes a methodological claim for moving our medical science into a more essential and holistic model of the human being and the healing process.
    • We are compelled by its insight to examine the nature and types of energy, its forms, its origins, its transformations.
    • examine the generation of energy in the body by means distinct from the well-known process of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production in the mitochondria via oxidative phosphorylation.
    • coherent source of energy for bodily function that is generated by the action of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in water, blood, and aqueous solutions (Voeikov, 2003a).
  • THE MEDICINE OF LIGHT Historical Background
    • Gurwitsch (1944) introduced the concepts of mitogenetic radiation (MGR) and the morphogenetic field.
    • He proposed that: “It is wrong to oppose the notion of a structure to the notion of a process. The only correct approach to living systems is an approach to them as to structured processes, flowing in molecular complexes widely different in the degree of their lability.”
    • MGR is a high-density energy transfer showing “action at a distance” on populations of cells and inducing a very specific response, namely cell division (Voeikov, 2003a).
    • In short, MGR is the signaling, or triggering factor in mitosis, which Gurwitsch hypothesized cannot occur without the involvement of one photon of ultraviolet (UV) light.
    • The biophotons necessary for mitosis are associated with cell growth and differentiation (Popp, 1979) and entirely distinct from bioluminescence.
  • Biophotons Background
    • Furthermore, biophotons are mediators of intercellular communication (Chang et al., 2000; Kaznacheyev and Mikhailova, 1976; Kasnacheyev et al., 1981).
    • Understanding the biophotonic action of the body in both its expressions, from both the energy-producing capacity for mitosis and the bio-informational function will enhance our grasp of the human being as a complex and multidimensional confluence of diverse energy dynamics, possibly operating on parallel spectra.
    • Carefully examining the MGR process to lay the foundation for the structured organization of energy, Gurwitsch took up the notion of Szent-Györgi (1941) where migration of energy along common electronic levels of protein molecules could now be applied to what he called constellations or, in current terms, ensembles;
    • these are linked clusters of macromolecules held together by constant energy circulation, seen as a common electronic cloud that is shared. Through this cloud energy states are transferred via local electrons, eliminating the need for electronic motion (Korotkov, 2002).
  • biophotons
    • It should be noted that the photon emissions are ultra-weak
    • not the intensity of the radiation, but the order that counts.
    • coherence is the fundamental property of biophotons, where biologic efficiency increases with decreasing intensity (Voeikov, 2003).
    • biophotons are extremely coherent, even more so than human-made lasers (Popp et al., 1992; van Wijk, 1993).
    • Cyril Smith (2004) points out the revolutionary implications of quanta and coherence effects in water and living systems, experimentally demonstrating that information can be imprinted as frequencies by the interaction of quantum and electromagnetic (e-m) fields within water as well as more complex living systems.
    • Observed microclusters in water are likely to be a result of such field imprints as the microscope photographs of Masaru Emoto portray strikingly.
  • biophotonic process
    • Essential to the biophotonic process of energy transformations is the presence of ROS (esp the superoxide anion radical that initiates the production of all other ROS (Voeikov, 2000, 2001).
    • Cascades of reactions lead to the storage of highly organized and structured energy in EES (Voeikov, 2003a).
    • EES differ from energy of common cell resources generated by ATP
    • order of magnitude difference in energy produced by these distinct processes
    • with energies released from ATP measuring 0.5 eV, and UV biophotonic energies measuring 5 eV, explaining how the brain may utilize an inordinate amount of energy without a corresponding increase in the presence of ATP.†
  • biophotonic process
    • Whole blood engages in an ongoing biophotonic process
    • ROS play a role that is essential yet unrelated to the immune function (Voeikov, 2000, 2003b).
    • One can observe something of a dance in the remarkable interplay of functions between red and white cells as the neutrophils (primary ROS source in blood) perform a transformative function on the oxygen transported by the erythrocytes (Voeikov, 2003b).
    • Monitoring of spontaneous and luminophore-amplified photon emission (PE) from nondiluted human blood (i.e.,under resting conditions as well as artificially induced immune reactions, see Fig. 1) reveals that blood is a continuous source of biophotons that store their energies in EES.
  • electron excitation
    • This state is pumped by the generation of electron excitation produced in the ROS reactions.
    • Excited states of blood and of neutrophil suspensions are oscillatory, suggesting interaction between individual sources of electron excitation.
    • EES in blood are extremely sensitive to the tiniest fluctuations of external photonic fields but resistant to temperature variations as reflected in hysteresis of PE in response to temperature variations.
    • Blood highly cooperative nonequilibrium and nonlinear system
    • Interacts continuously in space and time
  • bioenergetic and bioinformational
    • Voeikov’s insight: “the processes with ROS participation taking place in aqueous systems and generating electron excited states had played and currently play fundamental bioenergetic and bioinformational role in the emergence and realization of vital processes” (Voeikov, 2000).
    • Biophotons offers a unifying blueprint to explain many phenomena that presently challenge the dominant biomedical view of life based on molecular reductionism.
    • For example, it provides the rudiments of a scientific foundation for certain types of complementary and alternative interventions that involve the transfer of bioinformation carried by extremely small energy signals, such as those associated with the acupuncture feedback system, homeopathy, and quantum entanglement of information, electromedicine, and spiritual healing involving the transmission and movement of energy
    • van Wijk has hypothesized (1992; 2001) that these various circulatory systems may work by interacting directly with biophotonic emissions, making an impact on the global regulatory processes of life, rather than making an impact on the physical structure of the body (Popp, 2000).
  • Biophotonic fields
    • complex information exchanges by means of coherent biophotonic fields, acoustic fields, and transmitted radio waves lying at the heart of the chromosomal “matter-wave function” and complex feedback systems that govern bodily regulatory processes.
    • A biophotonic field is proposed as the complex organizing field of the organism comprised of well-known energy fields (electromagnetic, acoustic, radiologic) and more subtle fields of information involving non-local or universal consciousness not yet explained by science.
    • The electromagnetic component of the biofield is seen as a complex dynamic standing wave produced by the superimposition of all component waves of the electrically charged oscillators of the organism, ranging from the atomic, molecular and cellular levels to that of whole organs and organ systems including the heart and the brain.
    • A closer examination of the molecular biology within the human body reveals its transmission abilities.
  • DNA: Wave-biocomputer
    • Research into morphogenetic fields has demonstrated the structured processes generating these endogenous biofields that prefigure the formation of molecular structure are located within the chromosomal apparatus modeled as a laser emitter functioning with coherent (phase-aligned) biophotons.
    • According to the Gariaev group (Gariaev et al., 2000), the chromosome functions as a global apparatus the fundamental property of which lies in the nonlocality of its genetic information.
    • More specifically, the chromosomes work in terms of a quantum nonlocality of images expressed as indications of photons, namely a holographic image , which then supplies the information for the vectors of morphogenesis.
    • In other words, chromosomes are the carriers of the order for our ultimate structure as an integral adult insofar as biologica “immortality” is passed from one individual to the next in creating the next individual in line.
    • It may be that the kinds and levels of thinking of which each of us is capable is essentially determined by the genes that are contained in each of us.
    • It may be that each of our private languages is genetically determined.
    • If this is true, that there is genetic scripting in regard to the way we think,
    • we may have arrived at the point at which we can specify the levels of abstraction and the cognitional and theoretical parts of our composite body-brain-mind as entities that are genetically controlled.
    • Conservative estimates suggest approximately 1014 operations per second in the human brain performed on 1021 molecules (Pauling, 1961).
  • DNA
    • Thus, biologic form is prefigured in a quantum biohologram (Marcer and Schempp, 1998).
    • Understanding the biocommunication and the quantum biocomputation at the heart of this process shows the living cell to be a biocomputer based on DNA.
    • In this manner, DNA exhibits quasiconsciousness (Gariaev et al., 2000) in the context of the living cell where it is the script for what could be called the human biocomputer based on DNA (Gariaev, 1994)
    • where its possibility as a wave genome expands the principle of computer construction
    • This model stipulates the basic double-helix structure to be two complementary or antiparallel strands as the necessary form to create a hologram that can reconstruct the whole, via a non-linear model of persistent wave-resonant holographic form that allows recognition of antiparallel half strands
  • chromosome matter-wave duality
    • the chromosome system acts as both sender and receiver of the genetic “texts” wherein its holographic memory is read by electromagnetic and acoustical fields that carry the gene-wave information out beyond the limits of the chromosome itself.
    • This activity exhibits at the level of the chromosome itself, the matter-wave duality of the nonlocal signal processing.
    • Such behavior may indeed be analogous to what Pribram (1991) has theorized for the memory process within the cerebral cortex.
    • Gariaev and coworkers maintained that theory predicts a material apparatus of the chromosome coupled with fastwave genetic information channels, or quantized acousticooptical properties
    • the chromosomes of the separate cells of an organism are actually connected as a holistic continuum producing laser radiations as one of their own field types.
    • Working with in vitro DNA preparations, it was found that the DNA would interplay with a special two-beam laser, in this case l 5 632.8 nm, changing the polarization of the light and converting it simultaneously into a radiofrequency range.
  • DNA
    • Remarkably, the photons were modulated by molecules of the DNA preparation.
    • In this manner, the researchers were able to read out, reproduce, and imprint the stored DNA information.
    • Moreover, the DNA-generated radio waves appeared as an entirely new type of signal, in which information is encoded by polarization of electromagnetic vectors (Gariaev et al., 2000).
  • DNA
    • Application of this experimental methodology has resulted in the observation of several extraordinary phenomena
    • most notably the use of laser-generated DNA information to resuscitate damaged Arabidopsis thaliana seeds that had been irradiated at Chernobyl.
    • Polarized radio waves not carrying the DNA information failed to resuscitate the damaged seeds.
    • Additionally, DNA-generated radio waves exhibited their high genetic activity by producing superfast growth in potatoes of up to 1 cm per day, along with tuber formation on stalks as well as roots (Gariaev et al., 1994).
    • Once developed, this technology could be applied medically to repair damaged chromosomes in a noninvasive manner, and to tackle incurable diseases such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
  • DNA fluctuation dynamics
    • What we are looking at is a wave theory of chromosomal functioning in which the fluctuation dynamics of the genome read, code, and transmit the information from one part of the body to another, beyond local (on a molecular scale) distances (Gariaev et al., 1994).
    • By virtue of its dynamic ability to read information throughout the body as part of its nonlocal quality, it can read and alter its own holographic information field as an oscillator-generating quantum holography by means of a biosolitonic process model.
    • The soliton, as ultrastable wave train, is much like a quantum exhibiting a wave/particle duality. It has the capacity to convey information.
    • Solitonic processing in DNA is critical to quantum computing in terms of the reading of the codons.
    • By means of their experiments the Gariaev group arrived at the conclusion that: “ DNA functions as a quantum coherent system/assembly (of now quantum oscillators) or whole, by means of quantum entanglement ” (Gariaev et al., 1994).
  • wave vaccines
    • The polarization of the holographic images by means of a completely new electromagnetic vector substantiates the case for the DNA molecule being an actual quantum mechanical harmonic oscillator functioning with nonlinear oscillations.
    • Clearly, the implications of this for the future of medicine are far-reaching and bordering on the fantastic.
    • Already, we can see the possibility of “wave vaccines,” which according to Gariaev and colleagues will only require a broader spectrum laser that can function over the full color regions within which the genome operates (Gariaev et al., 2000).
    • Such lasers could imitate the wave signature function of chromosomes and transmit wave genetic information between two genomes, thus making it possible to control metabolism.
    • This would enable the correction of genetic defects, the restoration of damaged chromosomes (as already demonstrated with the seeds from Chernobyl), and new approaches to cancer and HIV in mechanisms and therapies.
  • Mysterious Life Forms
    • What might this bioplasmic continuum tell us about the mystery of our own nature?
    • The liquid crystal nature of DNA exhibits a plasma-like activity that appears to be a unified whole, or holon.
    • In some ways it exhibits a consciousness that functions as a biocomputer, which operates with incredible thoughtfulness beyond our cognition of it.
    • Its hyperkinetic nature of rapid vibratory activity and quantum computation may provide a theoretical understanding to enable the design of future inventions such as quantum computers and new holographic video technologies (Gariaev et al., 1994), but it is even more promising in terms of understanding our pluriform nature.
  • Epikinetics
    • The instant medium and non-local activity of our wave-genome biocomputer seems to form what might be termed an “epikinetic body”: preceding action potentials and prefiguring material formation.
    • In that regard it represents information that may be a transduction of even subtler fields. Sheldrake (1988) referred to these as morphic fields; “non-material regions of influence.”
    • For our purposes it adds to the groundwork for a Multi-Bodied Transduction Model (MBTM) that can make sense of the human being as a complex of interpenetrating consciousness and energy fields as vibratory bodies (Hurtak, 1973b).
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