This dream reality is already here. At least 60 information copies of active substances – the main ingredients of dozens of medicine – are now available on the Internet. One click away are informational copies of medicines for the respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, musculoskeletal system; kidneys and urinary tract; blood diseases; acute infectious diseases. Their price is ridiculous – BGN 1-3, some are even free. They are accessible from anywhere on the globe as long as you have internet. How it works? You enter the site, go to the section “Information copies” and enter the catalog of active substances. It will not Water loaded with information about a medicine enhances the effect of the medicine itself and makes it more effective. This is possible because the water is charged with the so-called medicine information copy. The advantage is that the body is not burdened with chemistry and the side effects of the original medication do not appear. It sounds so wonderful – you drink water and help yourself. Easy and cheap. Isn’t it too good to be true? confused, because the trade names of the medicines in which these substances are the main active ingredient are also listed below.
For example, if it is aspirin, the information copy of acetylsalicylic acid, which is the main ingredient of aspirin, is obtained. You choose what interests you and download its file to a compact disc (CD). This takes about 10 minutes. Place a glass of clean water on the “recorded” disc. After half an hour, the water was “charged” with the information about the medicine and acquired its properties. Drink and get better – without stuffing yourself with chemistry, without the risk of allergic reactions, without the danger of overdose and without side effects. You can even do without the water – you just put the disk on the painful place. In this case, the mediator is the water in the body. The healing effect is still there. How is that possible? And what does the so often mentioned informational copy mean?
It is based on two revolutionary technologies. The Bulgarian biophysicist Milcho Yanbastiev was the first to examine one in the 70s of the last century – he established that the ultra-weak electromagnetic radiation from the human body is different for healthy and diseased organs. In 1988, the French scientist Jacques Benveniste proved that water has a “memory” – it retains information about a medicine, i.e. creates an informational copy of it. In 1991, he first performed the transfer of informational copies of matter over a distance between his laboratory in Paris and the University of Chicago. In 2009, Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier confirmed the possibility of transferring spectral characteristics of DNA onto water. (More on this in October 2014 Magazine 8). Credit for the other breakthrough goes to Soviet radiophysicist Mark Grinstein. He is the author of the technology for the distance transfer of ultra-weak electromagnetic radiation of biologically active substances. Although he is almost blind, he worked for many years in secret laboratories of the USSR. In 1990, he left Russia and emigrated to Israel, where he met the inventor Dr. Mikhail Shreibman, who had constructed an apparatus capable of recording the reactions of the human body to electromagnetic radiation. The two created the technology for the transfer of information copies of medicinal preparations through electronic communication networks. Since 2009, it has been developed for practical application by the DST fund, which unites 28 doctors and 12 scientists. DST is an international fund that promotes scientific innovations and traces their path to global markets. In fact, scientists from all over the world are working on this topic. They are united by Prof. Gerald Pollack’s Institute for Risk Research at the University of Washington. The institute was created with financial support in the amount of 10 million dollars from the foundation “Bill and Melinda Gates” and finances non-standard studies of a revolutionary character that would not get a chance in conservative scientific units. Prof. Pollack is the initiator of the annual scientific conference “Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water”, in which more than 150 scientists from 5 continents participate. On his recommendation, the conference has been held in our country for several years because of the exceptional water resource that Bulgaria has at its disposal – 45% of Europe’s mineral water reserves are here. (Unfortunately, we use only 2% of their debit.) Currently, the project of transferring information copies of biologically active substances from a distance using the Internet and therapy with them involves such internationally recognized scientists as Dr. Surinov, Prof. Karina Khachumova, Prof. Voeykov (Moscow State University) from Russia; Doctor of Medical Sciences Stasits from Lithuania; Dr. of Physical Sciences from Stuttgart Sergey Kernbach and many others. But back to the water loaded with information about a medicine that helps as if we drank it. Let’s see what objective phenomenon underlies this technology.
Each substance generates a super-weak electromagnetic field (EMF) characteristic only for it, which is its information image. It is called an information copy (IC). Externally, the EMF can read, remotely transfer and print this informational image on some magnetic medium. He passes it on to water. Loaded with the information of the original, it acquires its properties. I.e. what medicine does, so can water. The electromagnetic radiation of each medicine is unique. The spectral characteristics of substances can be recorded with various technical means, transferred to an information carrier and transferred to the body. As a result, the body’s response to the introduced IC copy of the substance is analogous to its response to the substance itself. “IC Medicals (information copies of medicines) technology relies on the ultra-weak electromagnetic radiation of all substances, objects and biological objects. The phenomenon was discovered a hundred years ago. This ultra-weak radiation is known to carry the information about the object itself. The new thing is that there is already a technology and a complete business model for its transmission at a distance – to any point on the globe through Internet technologies and all communication connections,” explains Eng. Evgeny Germanov, head of the DST international fund. To make it even clearer, let’s follow the explanations of Eng. Atanas Atanasov. He presents himself as one of the people who attracted a scientific team of over 50 scientists in our country with the idea of Bulgaria being the base of the project, and he helped these people agree to start it from our country. Engineer Atanasov explains: Every substance has a unique electromagnetic radiation. With the development of modern technologies, it can be recorded – initially in analog, and now in digital form – and the recording is an informational copy of it.
If the chemical formula is the passport of the substance from the side of chemistry, then the information copy is its passport from the side of physics. A compact disc (CD) can receive and then transmit this broadcast. Its disk storage lasts for about a month and then drops. I.e. by removing the information copy to disk, it can give information to the water for a month, restructuring it. In fact, the information copy-laden water has been changed not chemically, but physically. More than 12 of its parameters change – electrical resistance, viscosity, pH, etc. Water molecules are known to be grouped into clusters of 5-12-18 each. In the “informed” water, they are arranged in a completely different way. If the water is kept on the CD with the information copy permanently, it will be permanently restructured, and if it is removed, it will remain so for up to 24 hours. To prove that the data copy can be transmitted remotely via the Internet, the DST plans to conduct a global experiment during this year’s Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water conference: 10 laboratories around the world will download two data copies from the technical center of the project – one should raise the pH of the water, and the other – lower it. The aim is to show that there is actually a transfer of information over a distance via the Internet, seeing that in one case the information copy affects by reducing the PH and in the other case it affects by increasing it. According to Eng. Atanasov, the effect of the informational copy of substances is similar to their chemistry, but it is produced by physical rather than chemical means. If we assume that the information copy helps as a medicine, it is a new kind – not chemical, but physical. The two do not contradict each other, on the contrary – the effect is double, because both the chemistry and the physics of the substance are used. Double effect, not in the sense that the effect of the medication becomes twice as strong, but in the sense that it affects in two different ways.
“We use water as a carrier because it is very sensitive to these radiations. As we said, information copies have a similar effect to the chemical formula of substances. The valuable thing is that because there is no chemistry, people who, for example, cannot take aspirin because it irritates their stomach, can use the informational copy. This also avoids the risk of medicine allergies. This is one way of using it. Another: a big breakthrough can be achieved because when a new medicine is created, it takes 10 years for it to reach patients because of the mandatory clinical trials. And with the information copy, this is not necessary, and therefore the process can be accelerated. And sick people who otherwise wouldn’t wait for the new medicine may benefit. Because it’s not chemistry, it’s physics. When it affects physics, there is no dosage, and there is no danger of overdose”, says Eng. Atanasov. An information copy can be made of each substance. This opens up a vast field of applications. They can be put anywhere where there is water – wine, bread, fruits, vegetables, etc. can be loaded with information copies because they contain water.
The information copy has been shown to work on both plants and animals, so they can be used in agriculture. Information copies can replace chemical fertilizers in crop production. They can make farm animals raised for meat gain weight without having to bombard them with hormones. Research conducted with animals has conclusively proven the real action with information copy water is physically changed. action of the information copy, i.e. it is not about a placebo effect in humans. Just one of many examples: giving chickens two types of “informed” water. At the end of the experiment, those who drank the water with the potassium information copy had bones 1/3 smaller than those of the control group, and those who drank the water with the calcium information copy had bones 1/3 larger. -greater than control. Experiments by veterinarians have proven that medicines and their information copy have the same effect and it is equally effective. Separately, doctors have collected the protocols of clinical observations of more than 5000 patients, which show the same effectiveness of informational copies of medicines as the originals, but without side effects. (Eloquent examples – in the next text.) I ask Eng. Atanasov if the world pharmaceutical industry will not try to crush the project, waving medicines patents. “They have rights to the chemistry of the medicines, and since the information copy is a purely natural physical phenomenon, they have no rights to it. No one can have rights over a natural phenomenon, so there is no violation of copyright and patent laws,” he says. However, IC medicine cannot completely replace conventional medicine. But if the information copies and the pharmaceutical preparations are taken at the same time, the effect is complementary. IC agents are recommended as adjunctive therapy and should not replace ongoing conventional treatment and physician appointments.