1. Приглашаем к сотрудничеству в научно-исследовательских проектах.

2. Оказываем широкий спектр услуг через наших партнеров.

3. Проводим научно-популярные лекции по проблемам эниологии.

4. Осуществляем дополнительное образование специалистов различного профиля в области использования эниотехнологий для решения задач, связанных с их деятельностью.


1. Participants in our R&D projects  are most welcomed.

2. We offer a wide spectrum of services via our partners.

3.  We give lectures on eniology .

4. Advance education in using eniotechnologies in  a variety of applications.




This section deals with a number of publications and their abstracts. Use links to those with free access. For exclusive materials please send us your request via email.




Yu. P. Kravchenko, M.I. Davletov, R.M. Davletov,

Light-2 LLC,  Ufa

Koinot LLC, Ufa


The problem of oncological disease has been rather acute in Bashkiria lately. The latest research shows that the majority of such diseases results from GPZs (geopathic zones). Most thorough studies have been made by Light-2 LLC using the IGA-1 instrument [1-6], developed in 1992. According to DETA-ALIS Co., the oncological cases in Ufa are related to the hereditary  diseases caused by radiation, chemicals, power transformers, cell communication, vagabond current, Earth’s geopathic emission  in the times of industrial operations.


In Bashkiria, the sizes of geopathic zones due to seismic faults may span up to eight kilometers (Fig.1,2). It’s the zone of the compression between the East European and West-Siberian platforms: between Ulu-Telyak Settlement  (gas line explosion, fires on two commuter trains) and Urman Settlement (ammunition depot explosion, 2011).  Turikeshv G.T-G, Associated Professor, Bashkir Polytechnic University [5] and Kutushev Sh-I. B., Associate Professor, Director, Center of Space Services, Bashkir State University, are involved in studying the current geodynamic (tectonic) activity and relating geopathic effects.


In 2006, the workers of the Equator Center of Innovative Technologies (Omsk) and the Oncology Dept., Omsk State Medical Academy, basing on the Omsk Regional Oncological Health Center, under the auspices of the Ministry of Health Care of the Omsk Region, performed medico-geological research aimed at studying the impact of geomagnetic and technogenic emissions on the man as the principal cause of oncological pathology. The studies were made using IGA-1 instrument. (more)





Igor Miroshnik, IAEIS, Head IAEIS South-Russia’s Office


On the General Impact of Non-Standard Risk Factors of Geopathic (GPZ) and Salutogenic Zones on Man and Nature. Origin of GPZs and Ways of Their Neutralization. Zones in the Architecture and Construction of Residential, Social and Industrial Structures.


Rostov-na-Donu, 2011





  1. The History of Troubles from the Underground
  2. Wondrous Power in Paradise Spots
  3. Origin of GPZs. How to Locate the Anomaly
  4. How to Get Rid of GPZ Impact



The brochure is about so-called non-standard risk factors (NSRF) or geopathic zones (GPZs) – the eniological  phenomenon that still waits to be studied.

Eniology is an innovative wide-range scientific direction devoted to studying the processes of energy-and-information interaction in the nature and human society, also including biolocation, telepathy, telekinesis, clairvoyance etc.


In 1989, The All-Union Association of Applied Eniology was established. It spanned a few dozens of research and technological centers in more than 20 cities of the USSR. The Association’s goal is to study and apply in practice a number of phenomena, so unconventional for orthodox science.


In the West, GPZs have been widely researched for years now.  Thus, as early as in the 1930’s, Max Planck, the renowned physicist, Nobel prize winner, set up the  Institute of Research of Earth Radiation. Nowadays, the USA accounts for over 60 thousand highly qualified extrasensory perception dowsers, who can detect water, ore, pipeline defects, and GPZs.

Sochevanov N.N., Doctor of Geology and Mineralogy, the patriarch of Soviet biolocation,  and his disciples have been studying GPZs for over 30 years now, however, their efforts have hardly  had any relevant governmental support.


However, after biolocation was recognized and put to practice in the country for locating natural resources, extrasensory diagnostics, and healing, time has come to study its nature and mechanisms,  detect GAZs and find ways and methods of compensation of their negative effect.


Geopathic zones are extensively widespread, thus any human being, animal, or plant may become their victim.  Accordingly, GPZs belong to a special group of so called non–standard risk factors (NSRFs). Hence, even a superficial acknowledgement of the scope of their negative impacts and simple ways of their detection, described by the author in this brochure, may help the reader save their health and also assist the expert in finding the ways and technologies of reducing their harmful influence on man and environment.


It is practically essential to study the GPZ impact on electronics, technological installations, architectural and engineering structures, scattered around human environment. At times, their workability and performance ensure the safety of those who use them (automatic devices of nuclear power stations, chemical plants, military equipment etc.). Consequently, the importance of NSRFs keeps growing. Undoubtedly, they should be researched on a global scale.


A special part in studying NSRFs, and GPZs primarily, should be played by the architects of residential, public, and industrial structures, since there we spend most of our lifetime.


The external GPZ manifestations are numerous diseases, including oncological. Here, the changes in the organisms of men, animals, and plants are quite similar to those caused by radioactive, ultraviolet, and millimeter wave-band emissions. However, the true physical medium that stands behind such pathologies is still unknown. Nor we’re aware so far of the physical mechanism of dowsing, i.e. detection of underground natural sources of water, ore etc by means of a forked branch, a dowsing rod, and a pendulum.


 Hopefully, this brochure may help ecologists, physicists, chemists, biologists, architects, security officers, road users, and, which is of primary importance – doctors and healers to study GPZs within their scientific and practical profiles. It should clearly provide for the wider and more objective view of the phenomenon. (more)