found that when he photographed living materials in a high frequency
oscillating EM field, he saw in the films colored lights apparently
surrounding, and emanating, from the object – rays from
finger tips, auras around leaves. Kirlian auras are only visible
in the film. They are not apparent when one looks directly at
the object in the field. So we are not dealing with visible light.
We are dealing with an invisible energy – still possibly
an EM radiation, e.g. UV. Most scientists feel that Kirlian photography
is artifactual, but the artifact is not adequately explained.
The Professor thought it was probably a “moisture artifact”.
That Kirlian photography records patterns of moisture that surround
objects. Well, it would be interesting to know why there are rays
of moisture coming off people’s fingers tips. But it’s
more likely that we are looking at EM fields. After all, we can
expect those be there.
put an EM field-generating/interfacing crystal [such as bone,
collagen, or cellulose, the stuff that animals and plants are
made of in a high frequency oscillating EM field you might expect
to see a lucent reaction, but not necessarily in our narrow spectrum
of visible light. But note, there is a difference between dead
and living materials in the Kirlian field: wood, paper, non-living
substances don’t generate the same fields, so we’ll
have to distinguish “living crystals” , there is a
difference between dead and living processes. In the living crystal
processes are happening to their EM field – and when we
put a living system in a high frequency oscillating EM field,
I don’t think that lucent phenomenon should surprise us.
The world no doubt behaves, as it should. There is neither miracle
nor artifact here.
photography and homoeopathy
M.D., Sc.D., Full Professor of Theoretical Biology, Slovenia shares
his experience with homoeopathic dilutions of potassium iodide
Although more than 200
years have elapsed since the beginning of homoeopathy, the so-called
(long-term) memory of water is still a highly disputable and controversial
theme in scientific circles. On the basis of the known and accepted
physical laws and properties of water, a vast majority of scientific
community does not allow even a remote possibility that water
might “remember” a substance once diluted in it. The
reason for this is that the Brownian motion of water molecules
and clusters would annihilate any memory structures in terms of
Pico seconds. However, in spite of this presumably physical impossibility
many healing practitioners as well as many scientists claim on
empirical grounds that water can prove its memorizing capacities.
In physical researches the most striking results indicating water
memory were obtained from NMR, UV and X-rays spectroscopy of ultra-highly
diluted water (ultra high dilution means a dilution of a substance
in which there is high probability that not even one molecule
is left; it is practically Pure water), less significant results
were gained from Roman spectroscopy. Many challenging results
were obtained in physiological researches on various organisms
such as wheat, tadpoles, chicken embryos, mice, humans, cell cultures
etc. there were also some extensive double-blind medical examinations
of homoeopathic treatment that showed statistically significant
differences between placebo and homoeopathic water effects.
series of experiments was performed, in which potassium
iodide (KI) solutions of different concentrations (prepared
in twice distilled water; water was prepared in the laboratory
for Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical
Technology, University of Ljubljana) were compared with
pure twice-distilled water (control, named K0). KI solution
was used because it gave most significant results in our
research of the influence of ionic composition of water
on the corona discharge around water drops.
PH of twice distilled water was around 6 (presumably
because of CO2) and any solid precipitates from glass were present
only in traces. However, KI solutions were prepared with the same
water as the control, so any trace impurities were present in
both compared waters.
Our results therefore
reveal two different effects: that of dilution and that of succession
(the vigorous shaking of the solution during the potentisation
process); they are both combined in homoeopathic solutions. The
effect of diluted substances, generally directed in opposite to
that of normally effective solutions (for instance poisons), is
already known as the hormesis effect (according to Neafsey, hormesis
is a term which has been applied to a variety of stimulatory responses
to low doses of otherwise toxic substances which improve health
and enhance longevity). Our results consistently prove that strongly
diluted substances have an effect opposite to that of the mother
solution and usually to that of the weak solution (10-3M) as well.
This indicates a possibility that the hormesis effect is not based
only on some general physiological properties of organisms but
on the as yet unknown physical properties of the solutions themselves.
But there is also a certain difference between the hormesis effect
and our investigations, since the former usually disappears at
higher dilutions (around 10-5M), while Kirlian electro photography
still reveals some significant effects even at dilutions as high
In conclusion, our results
demonstrate repeatable and statistically significant effects of
highly diluted standard and homoeopathic dilutions of KI on corona
discharge Kirlian electrography. This, together with countless
results obtained by other research groups, related to biological
effects of homoeopathic dilutions, indicates that there is some
physical basis enabling organisms to utilize information imprinted
statistics have to say about homoeopathic results?
show no change in freezing patterns or in Kirlian photography.
Duplicated remedies are probably a placebo response at best. To
test this supposition, a double blind experiment was conducted.
were chosen from a naturopathy doctor’s practice. All patients
were using homoeopathy on a regular basis and knew what results
to expect. Some patients used a Candida nosode to control bloating
or other body symptoms; others used Belladonna or Lachesis for
symptoms. All were familiar with their remedy’s effect.
Each patient was given either a regular homoeopathic or a duplicated
remedy. Each patient was also given either a placebo sugar pill,
or a pill with 5mg. Narcan (Naloxone). Naloxone is used to block
endorphin response and has been found to block the placebo effect
in placebo responsive patients. Patient profiles were chosen to
exclude those symptoms of pain as Naloxone can increase pain perception.
The test was double blind with neither patient or practioner knowing
which formula was given. Patients were given questionnaires to
evaluate the efficacy of the remedy. Results of the effectiveness
are shown in the accompanying diagram.
indicated that the duplicated remedy performed significantly lower
than the real remedy. The placebo blocking Narcan pill significantly
lowered efficacy. Perhaps the information transfer of mode number
four (multi-dimensional transfer) could account for the transfer
of duplicators; the Narcan with its endorphin blocking action
might also block other dimensional information transfer. Even
though the study shows a markedly decreased efficacy with the
duplicated remedy, radionic remedies have no pharmacology, uantic
state or polymorphic state; thus, they are not homoeopathics yet
homoeopathy is continually blamed for radionic remedies that fail.
quality is not of paramount importance to all homoeopathic practitioners.
Some prefer the greater monetary reward duplicators or imprinters
provide. This lack of focus on quality and effectiveness compromises
the homoeopathic industry. Only through quality and dedication
to developing and delivering the finest homoeopathics can we truly