by Albert GRABOVSHCHINER, General Direcior, R&D Cenier
for Humanitarian Information Technologies, Moscow
"What the Russians have achieved in quantum medicine is
simply stunning. Achievements of this kind could do credit to any country,
and I take off my hat to them." These words of praise concerning the
achievements of our scientists, doctors and engineers came from a French
expert in this field, Daniel Bobin, M.D. But before we delve into this
fascinating area of modern medical research—a few words by way of general
The program of formation of a human
being starts with the blending together of Ewo tiny reproductive cells.
But what about that hidden "database" which determines what kind of a
human being will emerge from this fertilization and what physical and
intellectual properties this individual will possess? Experts have
calculated that, assuming a sex celi to be one millimeter in size, the
hereditary data contained therein, drawn out into a column- will measure
close to seven times the distance from the Earth to the Sun. One very
obvious and important conclusion which follows is that the "program of
development" of each of us cannot be contained within one single cell.
Another important point to bear in mind,
apart from the vast volume of data required for the development of a
living being, is a very high degree of "reliability" of this data storage
and transmission. The toss, or distortion, of just one bit of the genetic
code can disable, or even kill the host. For example, disturbances in the
genetically determined program of cell regeneration in the body can lead
to the development of malignant neoplasms.
Studies conducted in various countries over the past few years have proved
that the hereditary information is stored not in the form of genetic
material, but as a quantum structure. And what is more, the latter, as the
carrier of the genetic code, is organized in the form of a hologram each
part of which contains information about the whole.
As we know from quantum physics, a
hologram is produced and maintained by laser emission. And what can be the
source of this emission in a cell? As has been demonstrated by Russian
scientists including Dr. A. Gurvich (1874-1954), Member of the Russian
Medical Academy A. Lyubishchev, Dr.V. Bek-lemishev (1890-1962) and Dr. P.
Garyaev (Phys.&Math.), laser emission in the body is generated by DNA
molecules. Apart from storing the genetic code, a cell can also process,
transmit and restore any lost information and implement a program of
development contained (herein, maintaining a strict sequence of
energy-and-data transformations in time and space. As recognized by many
specialists now, to accomplish this emission cells make use of microwave
emissions in the millimeter and centimeter bands and also of light, laser
and acoustic fields.
The remarkable ability of living cells
to posses and store information on what a healthy human organism should be
like can be illustrated by an experiment conducted a few years ago by
British and then American natural scientists. They cut off a segment of a
healthy and normal leaf of a green plant. The sample was then photographed
using high-performance equipment which was sensitive to microwave, laser,
acoustic and other electromagnetic fields. To the scientists' surprise
they saw on their synthesized photograph the image of a whole leaf. It
turned out that the remaining living cells "remember" (in the form of a
structured electromagnetic field) a quantum image, that is what the whole
organism should be like according to the "original design".
Another example is offered by what we call phantom pains - when a person
who had lost part of his hand or leg begins to "feel" them again. This
means that the genes of the remaining living cells not only "remember" the
lost extremity, but that its quantum image can recieve information and
respond to stimuli.
In a word, our organism is constantly
renovating itself with an uninterrupted transmission of the functioning
programs from the old cells to the young. And depending on the integrity
of the storage, transmission, processing and realization of this data,
each body ceil, and the body as a whole, can perform in a steady and
stable mariner which is the measure of its overall health.
The idea of a
quantum nature of living
matter was originally suggested by a German physicist Dr. E. Shrodinger
back in 1943. But it took more than 45 years for the medical science to
support and substantiate this idea. Radiation therapies, we know, have
long been used for certain ailments. People with tuberculosis, for
example, were recommended to move to regions with lots of sunshine; people
with nose and throat complaints were treated with "blue lamps"
(ultraviolet radiation), and magnets were applied to speed up the healing
of wounds, bruises and edemas.
In the late 1960s eye surgeons in Russia
started using laser scalpels which help minimize blood losses in surgeries
of this kind and expedite the healing of wounds. After a series of
observations in the 1970s researchers came up with an idea of using
low-energy lasers for other medical applications. At about that time
Academician N. Devyatkov laid me foundation of what was called microwave
therapy. However, in those years all known kinds of radiation were used
separately and it was only in the early 1980s that Prof. (now Member of
the Medical Academy) A. Polonsky formulated a theoretical basis for their
AH these studies and ideas had finally
crystallized in what we now call quantum (radiation, or "wave") medicine.
It rests upon a synthesis of the achievements of quantum physics and
present-day knowledge about the nature of living beings, and also on
centuries of experience in what is commonly known as oriental medicine.
Experts working in this field apply small dozes (close to natural levels)
of electromagnetic radiation (quanta) for diagnostics, treatment, disease
prevention and rehabilitation of patients. Treatment of this kind is
having a beneficial effect on the vital processes in the body. An anomaly
(medical disorder) is gradually transformed into a stable and geneti-cally
preset stable condition— a healthy state. This happens because a "stream"
of quanta triggers in the body some latent adaptative potential both at
the cell level and within the biological system as a whole. Immunity is
boosted dramatically, offering active resistance to all sorts of
deviations and malfunctions.
The thing is that biological processes
occurring in a living organism are authentically mirrored in the structure
of what we call electromagnetic data field which exists within, on the
surface and also around an individual, m this kind of therapy the patient
is influenced at what we call the information level which does not require
any high energies, Therein lies the phenomenon of new dierapeutic
possibilities, and that is why it is not always easy to explain the
results achieved. At this point one thinks of a parallel with homeo-pathic
therapies when recovery comes even using a very high level of dilution of
a medical preparation - so much so that even trace amounts of the
substance at the molecular level are not detectable. In a similar way the
quantum energy of microwave radiation amounts to not more than 1-3 eV,
which is quite enough to cause an appreciable therapeutic effect.
As has been mentioned before, quantum
medicine is progressing along four lines of development. The first one -
diagnostics -rests on the fact that energy data of an individual
authentically describe the status of the human body as a whole and also of
its individual organs, systems and their interconnections. By measuring
electric parameters at certain points or spots on the body of a patient,
which correspond [o specific body organs, one can detect with a high
degree of accuracy an ailment at a very early stage of this disorder and
also determine what we call a person's general sue-ceptibility to ailments
of different kinds.
In therapeutic procedures use is made of low-energy and "safe"
electromagnetic emissions. Years of practical experience have identified
as the most effective magnetic fields, laser, infrared and microwave
emissions and also red light. Having said that, let us try to consider
each of these methods separately.
A magnetic field builds up energetic
body defenses against harmful factors of the environment, including what
we call meteofactors and electromagnetic fields. It also helps contain
ionized tissue molecules in a dissociated condition which boosts their
energy potential at the molecular and cellular level. This method is used
for anesthesia, for improving tissue trophism and for dealing with edemas
and similar conditions.
Pulsed laser emission penetrates deep
(to 10-13 cm) into body tissues, stimulating blood circulation, cell
membrane metabolism and activates neurohu-mora! regulation,
immune-competent systems and harmonizes hormonal metabolism. The method
improves the rnicrocircula-tion, composition and functions of blood;
promotes tissue regeneration; intensifies me synthesis of collagen and
protein (RNA, DNA), boosts the production of ATP, sends up the level of
enzymes and their activity; produces a pain-killing and anti-inflammatory
effect; reduces the level of cholesterol; boosts specific and non-specific
immunity; produces a strong anti-oxidant effect and reduces the level of
Pulsed non-coherent infrared radiaton penetrating into body tissues
influences the Zakharyin-Head's zones, produces a power-fill and
harmonious effect upon me tonus of the vegetative and central nervous
sytems. The therapy causes a moderate wanning of surface body tissues,
promotes sitin regeneration and microcirculation of blood, heightens the
barrier of pain sensation and helps prevent and cure ailments in
Pulsed red light, penetrating to a very small depth, helps suppress
inflammations, especially in areas of friable connective tissue. It also
helps cure edemas and cellulitis, promotes blood microcirculation and can
be used as local anaesthetic.
The first therapeutic device using a
combined effect of different kinds of radiation was developed in this
country in 1988-89 at the Moscow Institute of Power Engineering and its
R&D center. It brought to fruition the dedicated efforts of a team of
enthusiasts. The year 1991 saw the advent of a modem version of what we
call the magnetic-infrared-laser therapeutic apparatus (MILTA). It was
designed and built at the R&D Center for Humanitarian Information
Technologies. The device has the following technical parameters: laser
emission at 890 nm; the band of light-diode emission of 890-950 nm, red
light emission at 650-690 nm, constant magnetic fields induction - 40-60
mTI; input current tension 220 (110) V at 50 (60) cycles; dimensions -
60x165x90 mm; weight of not more than 2.1 kg.
device has been developed with an
active collaboration of scientists and doctors from Russia's leading
centers of medical research. It has been tested and approved at the
Sklifosovsky First Aid Center in Moscow, the Mandryko Central Military
Hospital, the Medical Academy of the Russian Federation and its Center for
device makes it possible to use all the aforesaid kinds of radiation
in combination which helps achieve a cumulative effect in both treatment
and disease prevention.
Ii uhould be pointed out that energy
quanta within the working range 1.10 n',t "xceed 1.5 eV which is not
enough to upsetting any natural body processes or break internal polymer
links. This rules out the risks of complications or side-effects and
ensures absolute laser "safety". The amounts of energy delivered to body
tissues and its distribution depends on the frequency range (5, 50, 1.000
or 5,000 cycles per sec.).
The lowest energy scatter in surface
skin layers occurs at 5 cps which provides for maximum radiation
penetration within the given parameters. On the other hand frequencies of
5,000 cps produce the greatest scatter because of the ionization of
surface tissue molecules and reduced penetration depth with the
preservation of coherence and unidirectional polarization. As a result
such lower frequencies promote reparative, regenerative,
hypocholesterinemic and anti-inflammatory effects while higher frequencies
possess chiefly anaesthetic, bactericidal and spasmoiythic effects.
A total of some 20 different devices
operating on the aforesaid principle have been developed to date. The list
MILTA-01 - the "basic" mode! for use in
cardiology, stomatology, urology, gynecology, neurology, surgery,
cosmetology, dermatology and also for gastro-digestional, vascular,
otolaryn-gological and broncheal disorders.
MILTA-KVCH is a device for preventive
treatment of afflicted organs with laser emission and of healthy
biologically active points with microwave radiation. The range of its uses
is steadily broadening, also including oncological cases, Base-dow's
disease, loss of hair, myopia and Parkinson's disease. The length of
treatment is appreciably reduced.
PAKT-02 preventive treatment device
makes use of several kinds of low-energy radiation: non-coherent infrared,
microwave (very high frequency 50-60 cycles) and red light in the visible
range. The device is very effective for painless and drug-free therapies
in oncology, cardiology, pulmonology, gastroente-rology, endocrinology and
in the treatment of conditions like systemic lupus erythematosus.
Also worth mentioning in this list is
the MILTERRA exotic hair combing device. It helps cure skin on the head of
patients loosing their hair and/or having dandruffs and also for
revitalizing brittle and "lifeless" hair.
A survey of applications of quantum therapy methods has revealed some
truly impressive results. The efficiency of such treatment methods is in
the range of 90 (dermatology) to 99 percent (gastroenterology,
pulmonology). The use of medicinal preparations is reduced by 2 to 3 times
and for some ailments (prostatitis, radiculitis, osteo-chondrosis) the
cure is attained without any medicinal preparations.
One of the most complex and truly unique
devices in this range is the MILTA-1F curative and diagnostic set. It
helps assess the general condition of a patient and of each body system in
particular, taking into account the interconnections of body organs and
tissues and external factors; it helps obtain an objective diagnosis of a
person's health, helps determine the degree of an affliction (even in the
absence of a patient's complaints, or clinical symptoms). Using it a
doctor can prescribe and conduct "customized" therapy involving MIL,
homeopathy and treatment with honey and the like natural products and
phytotherapy, accompanied by on-the-spot control at all stages of the
The aforesaid quantum methods, which are already being applied for a range
of more than 200 ailments, often help do without surgery in cases of
urolithic and cholelithic disorders, stomach ulcers, adenoma of the
prostate, trophic ulcers, etc. Current investigations indicate that
quantum therapies are likely to be used in the near future for the
treatment and prevention of AIDS, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy,
schizophrenia and diabetes. Experts working in the Field are of the
opinion that a course of rehabilitative quantum therapy, repeated 2-3
times a year, can help increase one's average life-span by 7 to 12 years.
The list of the now available MILTA
devices is unparalleled anywhere in the world. They are already sold Co 23
countries and the users include 7,500 medical centers in Russia itself.
More than 6,000 families are now using these devices at home under medical
supervision. Such therapies and devices have received five patents in
And although the cherished goal of finding some
universal cure still belongs in the realm of fiction, scientific analysis
and considerable practical experience point to quantum medicine as a very
tangible ray of hope for many patients already today as well as in the