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15/05/2012

The Academy of Energy-Information Sciences  AEIS  and Lumentron Co. have set up  Lumentron Laboratory(Donetsk, Ukraine), a branch of the AEIS, to study the effect of the form and, respectively,  develop a spectrum of devices basing on the effect.

Rudenko Pyramid-7 (RP-7) is the seventh generation of devices designed to act upon the environment and the human organism by means of a  3D form signal amplifier built into a geometric 3D form.

Basically, RP-7 converts the earth’s energy to create some favorable conditions and stimulate life of biosphere in general and that of man in particular. The device generates a flow of energy to structure space and, after penetrating the skin, it invades the human body. Through collage fibers, the energy reaches problem organs. Thus, the device activates the latent resources of the organism to fight a variety of ailments and diseases. The device is also helpful in both the prevention and treatment of inflammatory processes and chronic pathologies, because

a)     the flow of polarized light directly impacts reflector zones;

b)     it can effectively structure water to be used for prevention and treatment of diseases;

c)      RP-7 conditions electromagnetic and geopathic environment, thus harmonizing the space for daily activity and adequate recreation at night.

For details about Lumenotron products see http://www.doctor1618.org.ua/lumentron.html

For consultations and orders of the RP-7 and other modifications call 8-918-854-8881 or send your email to: maen-ug@mail.ru

 

 

13/07/2011

AEIS  and the Institute of Architecture and Arts at the South Federal University have established INFRAS Lab, dedicated to studying non-standard risk factors in architecture and construction. In April, 2011, Professor V.A. Kolesnik, Rector Institute of Architecture and Arts and I.V. Miroshnik, Head South-Russia’s branch of the Academy of Energy-Information Sciences AEIS concluded Agreement of Cooperation, according to which  AEIS assists the Institute in training and implementing the academic program of Enioarchitectur and Non-standard Risk Factors in Architecture and Construction.

To facilitate the academic (for students) and practical (contractual)  aspects of the program, AEIS also assists  in the methods and practical operations, INFRAS Academic and Research Laboratory*  was set up at the Department of the Architecture of Public and Residential Buildings? Headed by Prof. V.M. Molchanov (*INFRAS is the Russian abbreviation of Research in Non-Standard Risk Factors in Architecture and Construction).  

Originated in July 2011 at the Department of Architecture of Public and Residential Buildings (initiative of   the International Academy of  Energy-Information Sciences). The objective of INFRAS Lab is to study non-standard risk factors (NSRF) of different origin in architecture and construction.  

Contrary to standard risk factors SRF, the weaker impact of NSRF on man does not cause disturbances of the separate organs or subsystems (cardiovascular, nervous etc.), however it may destroy communication among the organs, subsystems, and psycho, i.e. disturb their joint functional harmony. The results may not be detected at once, however they may seriously affect the basic organism systems, i.e. adaptability, immune system. They may cause chronic diseases, substantially decrease stamina and, further on, lets other diseases in.

 

It is clear that such factors, on the one hand, are determined by the individual, genetically defined characteristics and aptitudes of the organism and psycho of man, which on the other hand – by the nature, origin of the source of each particular factor, its specific “spectrum” of energy-information wave processes. In terms of the human dwelling, it is determined by its location (considering the geology and history of the area) architectural design, type of project (structure of the building), building materials and many other factors.

 

Research, a new interpretation of ancient knowledge and experience plus expertise enable to draw a  preliminary classification of possible sources of impact on man (and the family) in a particular dwelling.

 

Roughly, there are localized, i.e. limited in space/time areas, and non-localized factors, triggered by some global (cosmic) causes, and directly addressed to a particular human being (to their organism and psycho), i.e. keenly “resonating” NSRFs.

 Depending on the type of activity, we have positive, healing zones and sources of NSRF, and negative, pathogenic ones.

  By origin, NSRF sources may be listed as follows:

  1. Cosmogenic, i.e. predetermined by processes occurring in Space, planetary or solar radiation. The resulting zones may be caused by changes in cosmic fields and matter. They may affect the Earth’s life systems and man via solar activity, planetary disposition, and other factors. Such zones may appear (and disappear) as special areas with some abnormal characteristics having a substantial impact on the human organism and psycho.  
  2. Geogenic, i.e. relating to the generation of energy-information radiation in the geosphere. They may be caused by the  radiations of the Earth core and mantle, tectonic processes, ore bodies, karst and other similar objects. There are spatial regular and irregular (local) sources/zones of NSRF: regular ones are shaped like bands of specific energy-information radiations all along the Earth’s surface forming a so-called “energy framework” of Earth, while local zones are believed to result from the acute changes in Earth’s fields (magnetic, electric, gravitational, seismic). They may coincide with tectonic  faults, underwater flows, voids, ore bodies etc.
  3. Biogenic, relating to the energy-information radiation exchange in the  geosphere. Such zones caused by plants, animals, biocommunities (biocenoses) and alike. Such zones may be related to the areas around certain kinds of plants, their wastes, e.g. honey, mumiyo etc., social insect habitats, e.g. ants, bees, wasps and alike.
  4.  Technogenic, i.e. relating to technological devices, building structures and materials, artificial volumetric objects, architectural forms. Such NSRFs are not covered by the existing regulations, norms, and provisions in construction,  technological safety, sanitation. Moreover, there are NSRF zones due to the disturbances in the natural, mostly geogenic “energy flows” caused by laying underground communications, foundations,  vibration and electromagnetic treatment of the environment. Such NSRFs are a common result of the work of technological systems, such as the zones of noise emission (low-level, wide-band electromagnetic impact from electronic equipment (computer, television, communication means etc.), electromechanical, heat-and-power, transportation  equipment and means.
  5. Antropogenic, i.e. relating to human energy, may be regarded as the aspects of energy-information interaction among people and as the factors of bioenergetic or psychic compatibility.  Such NSRFs may develop and prevail, resulting from some stable psycho-emotional states sharing the same premises. Antropogenic impact may also be due to the sites where waste materials are accumulated (junkyards, waste pits etc.) and cemeteries, old and new, close to the surface or very deep. These zones, influenced by NSRFs, may be generated indirectly due to people’s belongings, such as everyday objects, canvases, sculptures and other art/craftworks, religious and festive objects – especially antique and vintage.

  In practice, different types of NSRFs may cause a combinatory effect in a singe zone.

The effect of geopathic zones (GPZ) is most significant.  They can be divided into the following categories:

 

  1. Static (in non-stressed parts of the Earth’s crust) and dynamic  (in stressed ones). The latter are most typical of seismic areas. There may exist intermediary zones.
  2. Regional (spanning different areas) and knot (where crust surface  irregularities intersect).
  3. Phenomenal (explosive zone, where lithospheric wave outlets are located and lethal zones, where animal and human deaths occur accompanied by  carbonization or not) and regular.
  4. Field  and radial, both impacting immune system, immunodefence, i.e. may be favorable for one and destructive for others.
  5. Upcomfortable and pseudocomfortables, depending on how people respond: some may feel uncomfortable, others never feel anything. However, immune and defense potential may suffer causing diseases.
  6.   Stressogenic or non- stressogenic zones may cause a different amount stress, higher irritability and emotional response; non- stressogenic the pathological impact may be softened. Still,  responses may be quite individual.

 Pathological zones may be of a combinatory nature, where their pathogenic factors meet the ones of another zone of genetic nature.

  1. Cosmogenic: scattered all along the Earth’s surface.
  2.  Antropo-geopathogenic: some may be coded with negative information, having negative effect on man, also cemeteries, places of burial.
  3. Geo-technopathogenic: zones of living and deserted living premises, where the negative impact is due to filed-and radial influence emitted from the earth and the interior.

 Gathogenic emission is understood as the impact of geophysical factors on living organisms and man. There are a few sources of such emission:

 

  1. underground water flows and their intersections;
  2. geological faults;
  3. induced  junctions: joint emission of water flows and  geological faults;
  4. geoactive structures GAS (latticed coordinate and geobiolofical networks).

 Local geoactive (energoactive, energy-information) structures are as follows: grids of Hartmann,  Vitmann, Curry, Albert, Peyro, Pankov, Stalchinski, geomantic structure (feng-shui).

Hartmann (G-grid),  Vitmann, Curry (D-grid) grids are most known and widely accepted, and their geopathogenic impact has been proved by science.  Hartmann grid is accepted by many researchers as the structural spatial grid and as the information-energetic framework of the Earth’s plasma. On the planet’s surface the grid interferes with tellurous emission and is treated as secondary, while in buildings as tertiary. Man’s prolonged contacts with GAZs results in an increase in:

    • oncological diseases (5.8-6.4 times);
    • cardiovascular diseases (3.9-4.5 times);
    • diabetes mellitus (6.3-7.5 times);
    • immune disorders ( 4.5-6 times);
    •  psychological disorders ( 8.3-9.5 times)

The above shapes up the basis for ecology-eniological studies, including detection and neutralization of NSRFs and primarily GPZs when constructing, reconstructing and maintaining structures.

Accordingly, the following operations should come first:

  1. Search and mapping of higher-risk pathogenic zones to warrant the strength and longevity of structures to be constructed; detection of critical grounds, voids, underground water flows, slides.
  2. Detection of hidden defects in  buildings, structures, and engineering networks by means of non-destructive technologies. 
  3. Study of the strength of structures, search for critical spots in buildings, technological systems, installations, structures.
  4. Search of living and production facilities, project grounds for geopathological zones that may cause irreversible pathological changes in living organisms.
  5. Development of recommendations of how to arrange places, where humans should stay long time, basing on pathogenic zone distribution.
  6. Complex expertise of architectural forms, building materials, interior objects and works of art.
  7. Development of recommendations on how to use the means of protection from pathogenic factors.

In town planning, the following operations are required:

  1. Ecology-eniological monitoring of the area to be developed.
  2. Zoning of town-planning areas. Development of recommendations on how to locate the key structures, such as schools, hospitals and clinics, religious structures. Inspection of infrastructure includes:
    • evaluation of the natural pulse electromagnetic field as the summarizing factor of responding to abnormal changes in the environment. The method enables detection of changes at low molecular level which facilitates objective long-term forecasting;
    • geochemical analysis of the amount of radon in the areas under development and inside the buildings; radon is a  carcinogen, so it may cause  oncological diseases;
    • radiometry, i.e. evaluation of background radiation (serves as a supplementary method in determining total pathology);
    • detection of dangerous underground dynamic processes  (tectonic and hydrogeological faults,  caverns and slides).