Milestones and important figures in developing Quantum Wave Technology


On May 6, 1875, Dmitry I. Mendeleev (1834-1907), member of Russian Academy of Sciences, formulated “Suggestions” to the Physical Society at the St. Petersburg University regarding the founding of the Commission for the study of mediumistic phenomena.

May 6, 1875

In 1902, Russian scientist Y. N. Zhuk performed experiments for the telephathic transfer of visual perceptions.

Zhuk was attentively looking at some image, while the other participant of the experiment, who could not see the image, was supposed to reproduce the image that he was getting into his mind on a piece of paper

Out of 189 experiments, 86 experiments(51%) were successful, and the images were identical.

Y.N. Zhuk, Transfer of Visual Perceptions, Kiev, 1902


Vladimir M. Bekhterev, member of Russian Academy of Sciences, was first to offer the electro-magnetic hypothesis for explaining telepathic phenomena.


It was Russian scientist Alexander Gurwich (also: Gurwitsch, Russian, 1874-1954) who created a theory of human bio-field — biological energy field (1912).

In 1923 he first observed biophotons or ultra-weak biological photon emissions; weak electromagnetic waves which were detected in the ultra-violet range of the spectrum.

Gurwitsch named the phenomenon mitogenetic radiation since he believed that this light radiation allowed the morphogenetic field to control embryonic development. His published observations, which related that cell-proliferation of an onion was accelerated by directing these rays down a tube, brought him great attention.

In 1953 Irving Langmuir dubbed Gurwitsch’s ideas pathological science. However his daughter, Anna, continued his work and, shortly after his death, contributed papers that supported some aspects of her father’s work on “mitogenetic” rays. The tenacity of Anna Gurwitsch, together with the development of the photon counter multiplier, resulted in the confirmation of the phenomenon of biophotons in 1962. The observation was duplicated in a western laboratory by Quickenden and Que Hee in 1974. In the same year Dr. V.P.Kazmacheyev announced that his research team in Novosibirsk had detected intercellular communication by means of these rays. Fritz-Albert Popp claims they exhibit coherent patterns. The influence of Gurvitch’s theory is particularly evident upon the work of the plant physiologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake.


Bernard B. Kazhinski (1890-1962) was a Russian scientist (electrical engineer) of the Soviet era, who pioneered the reserch in the field of biological radio.

“Bernard Kazhinski (Russian) was to be styled as an “electro-technologist” specializing in studying the electrical nature of the human nervous system. It is well worth noting here that the electrical nature of the human nervous system did not in the West become even a somewhat accepted scientific topic until the 1980s. By 1923, Kazhinski had collected facts and had come to the conclusion that the human nervous system IS capable of reacting, by means unknown, to stimuli not accessible to the normal five senses” (Ingo Swann).

B.B. Kazhinksi, Transfer of Thoughts, Moscow, 1923


Vladimir L. Durov (25 June 1863 – 8 August 1934) was a famous Russian animal-trainer and zoo-psychologist, who created a technique of using radio waves for TELEPATHIC training of animals in collaboration with Vladimir Bekhterev, not less famous Russian neuroligist. The results were so impressive that Russian Emperor Nikolai II ordered a unit of 20 combat seals in 1915. Almost a century later, Americans used the same technique. Durov actively helped B.B. Kazhinski organize his experiments.

At the time of Durov’s death, the number of experiments for the telepathic training of animals through the use of radio waves has exceeded 10 thousand. In his book “Training animals”, V.L. Durov explains his technique of telepathic control over animals via the mental transmitting of tasks to animals (according to Kazhinski’s theory of mental radio) for animal’s movements, for the number of actions of barking or sneezing and other actions of a dog, which were determined in a mental order of a trainer.

V.L. Durov, Training Animals, Moscow, 1924


Georges Lakhovsky (1869 in Russia-1942 in NY) was a Russian scientist extraordinaire who demonstrated that living cells emit and receive electromagnetic radiations at their own high frequencies. He invented and used the Multiple Wave Oscillator for the successful medical treatments, including the treatment of cancers.

In 1925 Lakhovsky wrote a Radio News Magazine article entitled “Curing Cancer With Ultra Radio Frequencies.” In 1929 while in France he wrote a book “The Secret of Life: Electricity, Radiation and Your Body” (French) in which he claimed and attempted to demonstrate that good or bad health was determined by the relative health of these cellular oscillations, and bacteria, cancers, and other pathogens corrupted them, causing interference with these oscillations. It was translated to English in 1935. Numerous depictions pictured in the book supposedly have Lakhovsky in a Paris, France hospital conducting clinical research treating cancer patients with before, during, and after photographs.

He initially proved his theory using plants. In December, 1924, he inoculated 10 geranium plants with a plant cancer that produced tumors. After 30 days, tumors had developed in all of the plants. He took one of the 10 infected plants and simply fashioned a heavy copper wire in a one loop, open-ended coil about 30 cm (12”) in diameter around the center of the plant. and held it in place with an ebonite stake . The copper coil acted as an antennae or a tuning coil, collecting and concentrating oscillation energy from extremely high frequency cosmic rays. The diameter of the cooper loop determined which range of frequencies would be captured. He found that the 30 cm loop captured frequencies that fell within the resonant frequency range of the plant’s cells. This captured energy reinforced the resonant oscillations naturally produced by the nucleus of the geranium’s cells. This allowed the plant to overwhelm the oscillations of the cancer cells and destroy the cancer. The tumors fell off in less than 3 weeks and by 2 months, the plant was thriving. All of the other cancer-inoculated plants – without the antennae coil – died within 30 days. In his book, Lakhovsky shows pictures of the recovered plant after 2 months, 6 months, and 1 year. Three years later, with the original coil left in place, the plant grew into a very robust specimen.

For people or plants suffering from disease conditions, Georges Lakhovsky, a bioelectric pioneer, found that if he could increase the amplitude (but not the frequency) of the oscillations of healthy cells, this increase would overwhelm and dampen the oscillations produced by the disease causing cells, thus bringing about the demise of the disease causing cells. Notwithstanding total success in treating cancers with his Multi-Wave Oscillator in the 1930s and 1940s, Lakhovsky’s name and achievements probably would have continued to remain unknown in America had it not been for the efforts of Dr. Bob Beck, D. Sc.. In 1963, Bob found an original Lakhovsky MWO stored in the basement of a well known hospital in southern California. He managed to gain access to the machine and opened it up to see what was inside. He undoubtedly examined Lakhovsky’s US patent of the Multi-Wave Oscillator as well (US patent # 1,962,565). He then wrote a series of articles which were published in the Borderlands Journal that explained how the MWO worked. A number of people began building their own MWO’s based on Beck’s articles in Borderlands. Later, in 1986, Borderlands put together a big manual called The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Handbook which was updated and revised again in 1988, ’92, and ’94. The Handbook includes a compilation of informative articles by many authoritative researchers on the MWO, including translated articles by Lakhovsky himself.


In Vladimir Vernadsky’s (Russian, 1863-1945) theory of the Earth’s development, the noosphere is the third stage in the earth’s development, after the geosphere (inanimate matter) and the biosphere (biological life). Just as the emergence of life fundamentally transformed the geosphere, the emergence of human cognition fundamentally transformed the biosphere.

The word is derived from the Greek νοῦς (nous “mind”) + σφαῖρα (sphaira “sphere”), in lexical analogy to “atmosphere” and “biosphere” — literally, “mind-sphere,” or Earth’s mental sheathe — its energo-informational field. In the words of Kaznacheev and Trofimov (pls see post below): “Living matter possesses a ‘mysterious’ information potential in the so-called “Kozyrev’s pace” (holographic and non-local quantum vacuum) where it evolves, self-reflects, and echoes the evolution of the universe and where it is reproduced by a flow that constitutes evolution itself — the Nomogenesis described by L.S. Berg and V.I. Vernadsky.”

Vladimir Vernadsky, The Biosphere,1926


Wolf G. Messing (1899-1975) was a famous psychic, born in Poland, who lived in Russia from 1939. He possessed unique abilities in telepathy, clear vision and psychic suggestion. He gave public performances, during which he demonstrated his psychic abilities.


Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) invented the “orgone accumulator” (orgone being life force, described by ancient greeks as Eros) and tube-like devices sometimes dubbed “cloud busters” for sending earth energies into the clouds to control weather patterns. Medical experiments revealed that sitting in an accumulator enhanced the curative powers of a patient’s own life force. Physical experiments also proved that orgone energy could run an electric motor. It was the discovery in about 1941 that the accumulation of orgone energy had natural healing powers, that got Reich in trouble. The court ruled that “all books and all journals, in which the word orgone is used, should be burned.” Reich began working with Dr. Michael Silvert on his cloud buster in Arizona. Silvert, a psychiatrist and student of Reich, decided to defy the court. Without Reich’s permission or knowledge, Silvert moved the accumulators and books from Maine, where they were to be destroyed, to an empty store in Greenwich Village. In doing this he broke the injunction. Both men were sentenced to prison. Silvert committed suicide and Reich died in prison of heart failure. If Reich’s “accumulators” of Vril had really worked, he was A TARGET # 1 for Ahnenerbe. HIs was the solution for the Vril-flied spaceships.


Royal Rife (1888-1971) invented a microscope powerful enough to identify cancer cells and then invented a sound frequency machine that destroyed them. Rife’s labs were mysteriously destroyed by an arson fire as were offices and labs of other scientists who heard of Rife’s work and attempted to duplicate his machine. All of the papers were lost. Dr. Milbank Johnson, former president of the Southern California AMA, who supported Rife, was fatally poisoned and his papers lost. Rife was killed in 1971 by an “accidental” lethal dose of Valium and alcohol while he was a patient at Grossmont Hospital.


Leonid L. Vasiliev (1892-1966) was a Russian scientist, member of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, head of the physiology department of the Leningrad University, who pioneered the research in the field of psychotronic control.

L.L. Vasiliev, Psychic Suggestion at a Distance, Moscow, 1962


In 1960, Russian factory of plastic goods in Bakov, started production of condoms, which became known to Soviet citizens as “Item #2”. Condom’s packing had a sign: “tested by electronics”. Electronics tested not the plastic itself, but the spectrum of electro-mageneric radiation produced by sperm. Factory produced “Item #2” with different filter: red, yellow, and green. Condom’s producers tried to lower the risk of transmitting to woman’s genome the information that was radiated by sperm in the form of bio-field during casual sex.


Among Trofimov and Kaznacheev’s conclusions are:

1) our planet’s electromagnetic field is actually the “veil” which filters time and place down to our everyday Newtonian reality — enabling us to have the human experience of linear time,

2) in the absence of an electromagnetic field, we have access to an energy field of “instantaneous locality” that underlies our reality,

3) that the limiting effect of the electromagnetic field on an individual is moderated by the amount of solar electromagnetic activity occurring while that person was in utero, and

4) that once a person has accessed these states, his or her consciousness remains so enhanced

“As we investigate brain activity — either with an electro-encephalogram, or by assessing brain functions like intellect level, memory, and other functions, we realize that we currently use only 5% of the capacity of our brains throughout our whole lives. And then, after we spend some time inside the apparatus (“cosmobiotron” clinical device) — in a space without magnetism — we repeat the same tests, and we see a drastically different picture. We see that our mind’s additional reserves and abilities are activated. We see an increase in memory capacity, increased IQ, and changing zones of electric activity of the brain” (Alexander V. Trofimov, MD, General Director of the International Scientific Research Institute for Cosmic Anthropo-Ecology, founded in 1994 and located in Academic City, Novosibirsk, Russia in his interview “Kozyrev’s Mirrors” with Carol Hiltner.)


Dr. Johnjoe McFadden, the author of “Quantum Evolution” (2000) and professor at the University of Surrey in Guildford, UK, explains that the principle of random selection in the Darwinian theory of evolution is insufficient for explaining the apparent and non-random response of the cell to the environment via the increase of the mutation rate.


A Noble Prize Laureate, Luc Montagnier filed for a U.S. patent on the technology of detecting phantom replica of DNA in water. Essentially, DNA Replication at a Distance–reported by Nobel scientist builds on research first published in 1992 by Russian scientists Peter Gariaev and Vladimir Poponin.

The claim of Montagnier’s team is that the radiation generated by DNA affects water in such a manner that it behaves as if it contained the actual DNA. This claim is made 20 years after the similar findings of Dr. Peter Gariaev, based on a more advanced technology of torsion lasers.

The E/M coil that Luc Montagnier has used for DNA teleportation is significantly more primitive than red HeNe lasers and other equipment used by P.P. Gariaev and A.N. Diashev.

In 2011, Montagnier has taken a new position at Jiaotong University in Shanghai, China (this university is often referred to as “China’s MIT”), where he will work in a new institute bearing his name.