SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS THAT TOOK PART IN THE RESEARCH INTO THE EFFECT OF THE PYRAMIDS ON LIVING AND NON-LIVING NATURE:



The Menchikov Vaccine Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

Laboratory head N.B. Yegorova Ph.D.


We studied the influence of exposure of living organisms in the pyramid on the organism's reaction to infection.

The study was carried out on a model infection of mice caused by the bacterium called salmonella typhi murium, strain 415.

White, non-pedigree mice weighting 12–14 grammes were exposed in the pyramid for various lengths of time and various numbers of times. After several days, the mice were infected peritoneally using four doses of salmonella typhi murium, increasing by a factor of ten from 101 to 104 microbe cells. A control group of mice from the same batch were infected with the same doses of culture, but not exposed in the pyramid.

It was reliably established that the survival rate for the mice exposed in the pyramid is considerably higher than for the control group.

At the lower doses 60% of the mice exposed in the pyramid survived, against 7% in the control group. At higher doses the corresponding figures were 30% and 3%.

Conclusion: time spent by mice in the pyramid substantially promotes increased resistance to subsequent infection with salmonella typhi murium. In other words, it is possible to speak of a powerful immuno-modulating effect on the non-specific reactivity of the animals' organism.

A similar picture was observed when the mice were injected with various carcinogens. Mice in the experimental group drank water exposed in the pyramid; the control group drank ordinary water.

The result: the probability of tumours developing in the control group was several times higher than for the animals that drank water exposed in the pyramid.
The Menchikov Vaccine Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

Laboratory head N.B. Yegorova Ph.D.


We studied the influence of exposure of living organisms in the pyramid on the organism's reaction to infection.

The study was carried out on a model infection of mice caused by the bacterium called salmonella typhi murium, strain 415.

White, non-pedigree mice weighting 12–14 grammes were exposed in the pyramid for various lengths of time and various numbers of times. After several days, the mice were infected peritoneally using four doses of salmonella typhi murium, increasing by a factor of ten from 101 to 104 microbe cells. A control group of mice from the same batch were infected with the same doses of culture, but not exposed in the pyramid.

It was reliably established that the survival rate for the mice exposed in the pyramid is considerably higher than for the control group.

At the lower doses 60% of the mice exposed in the pyramid survived, against 7% in the control group. At higher doses the corresponding figures were 30% and 3%.

Conclusion: time spent by mice in the pyramid substantially promotes increased resistance to subsequent infection with salmonella typhi murium. In other words, it is possible to speak of a powerful immuno-modulating effect on the non-specific reactivity of the animals' organism.

A similar picture was observed when the mice were injected with various carcinogens. Mice in the experimental group drank water exposed in the pyramid; the control group drank ordinary water.

The result: the probability of tumours developing in the control group was several times higher than for the animals that drank water exposed in the pyramid
.


Ivanovsky Virological Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

Academician S.M. Klimenko of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, N.N. Nosik Ph.D. (Medical Science), D.N. Nosik Ph.D. (Medical Science).


а) We conducted a study of the effect of the pyramid field on human lymphoblastic cells. The source of the pyramid field was water that had been exposed in the pyramid and then used to produce a nutrient solution.

The viability of the cells was determined by staining with 0.4% tripan blue (Serva, Germany) and MTT (Sigma, USA) with spectrophotometry of the absorption of the vital dye.

As early as the 10th day of the experiment there began a noticeable (several fold) growth in the number of cells and the percentage of viable cells in the treated sample compared to the control.

Data was obtained on the stimulating effect of a nutrient medium prepared with water exposed in a pyramid on the viability and proliferation of human cells.

An increase in the duration of viability over the control was found. For example, on day 11 these figures were 1.2 million/ml and 52% respectively for the control and 1.4 million/ml and 88% for the experiment; on day 21 0.05 million/ml and 2% for the control, and 0.3 million/ml and 49% for the experiment.

b) In the same place we conducted a study of the effect of the pyramid field on the antiviral activity of immunoglobulin. The subject of the study was venoglobulin — human polyvalent immunoglobulin for intravenous injection. The study was carried out on a culture of human diploid fibroblast cells. To determine the antiviral activity of the immunoglobulin the virus causing encephalomyocarditis (EMC) in mice was used. The antiviral activity of the preparation was determined by its capacity to protect the human cells from the cytopathic action of the virus.

The venoglobulin was dissolved in distilled water in accordance with the instructions to a concentration of 50 μg/ml. In the study the preparation was tested at two concentrations: 50 μg/ml and 0.5 μg/ml. Aliquot quantities of venoglobulin in both concentrations was exposed in the pyramid. The venoglobulin was introduced into cell cultures, 24 hours before they were infected with a virus. The EMC virus reproduces well in diploid cultures of human fibroblasts, producing a pronounced cytopathic effect. The infectious titre of the virus reached 5.0 lg CPD50. Venoglobulin at a concentration of 50 μg/ml significantly inhibited the reproduction of the virus and its titre reached only 2.0 lg TCPD50 (a inhibition factor of 3.0 lg). With the concentration of the preparation reduced 100-fold, a protective effect could no longer be detected.

When venoglobulin preparations of the same concentrations that had, however, been exposed in the pyramid were used a different picture was observed. In this case the preparation at a concentration of 50 μg/ml inhibited the reproduction of the EMC virus by 4.0 lg. Most significant, however, was that the preparation at a concentration of 0.5 μg/ml had the same inhibiting effect. Thus, venoglobulin at a concentration of 0.5 μg/ml that had had no protective effect on the cells, after spending time in the pyramid possessed a more pronounced virus-inhibiting effect than a preparation 100 times more concentrated.

Under further dilution, to concentrations of 0.005 μg/ml and 0.00005 μg/ml with subsequent exposure in the pyramid, the venoglobulin displayed a pronounced anti-viral effect — the titre of the EMC virus reached only 1.0 lg TCPD50.

The anti-viral activity of the venoglobulin practically ceased to depend on its concentration.
Ivanovsky Virological Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

Academician S.M. Klimenko of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, N.N. Nosik Ph.D. (Medical Science), D.N. Nosik Ph.D. (Medical Science).


а) We conducted a study of the effect of the pyramid field on human lymphoblastic cells. The source of the pyramid field was water that had been exposed in the pyramid and then used to produce a nutrient solution.

The viability of the cells was determined by staining with 0.4% tripan blue (Serva, Germany) and MTT (Sigma, USA) with spectrophotometry of the absorption of the vital dye.
As early as the 10th day of the experiment there began a noticeable (several fold) growth in the number of cells and the percentage of viable cells in the treated sample compared to the control.

Data was obtained on the stimulating effect of a nutrient medium prepared with water exposed in a pyramid on the viability and proliferation of human cells.

An increase in the duration of viability over the control was found. For example, on day 11 these figures were 1.2 million/ml and 52% respectively for the control and 1.4 million/ml and 88% for the experiment; on day 21 0.05 million/ml and 2% for the control, and 0.3 million/ml and 49% for the experiment.

b) In the same place we conducted a study of the effect of the pyramid field on the antiviral activity of immunoglobulin. The subject of the study was venoglobulin — human polyvalent immunoglobulin for intravenous injection. The study was carried out on a culture of human diploid fibroblast cells. To determine the antiviral activity of the immunoglobulin the virus causing encephalomyocarditis (EMC) in mice was used. The antiviral activity of the preparation was determined by its capacity to protect the human cells from the cytopathic action of the virus.

The venoglobulin was dissolved in distilled water in accordance with the instructions to a concentration of 50 μg/ml. In the study the preparation was tested at two concentrations: 50 μg/ml and 0.5 μg/ml. Aliquot quantities of venoglobulin in both concentrations was exposed in the pyramid. The venoglobulin was introduced into cell cultures, 24 hours before they were infected with a virus. The EMC virus reproduces well in diploid cultures of human fibroblasts, producing a pronounced cytopathic effect. The infectious titre of the virus reached 5.0 lg CPD50. Venoglobulin at a concentration of 50 μg/ml significantly inhibited the reproduction of the virus and its titre reached only 2.0 lg TCPD50 (a inhibition factor of 3.0 lg). With the concentration of the preparation reduced 100-fold, a protective effect could no longer be detected.

When venoglobulin preparations of the same concentrations that had, however, been exposed in the pyramid were used a different picture was observed. In this case the preparation at a concentration of 50 μg/ml inhibited the reproduction of the EMC virus by 4.0 lg. Most significant, however, was that the preparation at a concentration of 0.5 μg/ml had the same inhibiting effect. Thus, venoglobulin at a concentration of 0.5 μg/ml that had had no protective effect on the cells, after spending time in the pyramid possessed a more pronounced virus-inhibiting effect than a preparation 100 times more concentrated.

Under further dilution, to concentrations of 0.005 μg/ml and 0.00005 μg/ml with subsequent exposure in the pyramid, the venoglobulin displayed a pronounced anti-viral effect — the titre of the EMC virus reached only 1.0 lg TCPD50.

The anti-viral activity of the venoglobulin practically ceased to depend on its concentration.


Haematological Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Professor V.A. Makarov.

In order to study the influence of water exposed in a pyramid on the coagulatory system of the blood we carried out a study of the influence of this substance on certain coagulatory parameters in vitro using donor blood as well as standard normal and pathological (reduced level of coagulatory factors) lyophilised human plasma and lyophilised pathological human plasma deficient in factor VIII. Besides this we made a study of pyramid water in vivo, in an experiment with rabbits.

The donor blood was obtained by puncturing the cubital vein and stabilised with a 3.8% solution of sodium citrate (Merck, Germany) in a ratio of 9:1. Blood samples for the evaluation of coagulatory parameters were taken from the marginal vein of the rabbits' ears using the free-falling drops method. In order to obtain plasma rich in thrombocytes the blood was centrifuged for 10 minutes at 1000 revolutions per minute, after which the upper layer of plasma was transferred to another test-tube and the remainder was centrifuged again for 20 minutes at 3000 revs/min. to obtain thrombocyte-free plasma.

At one of the stages a study was made of possible changes in the coagulatory system of rabbits in vivo if their ordinary drinking water was replaced by water exposed in the pyramid. The experiments were conducted over 14 days. Blood was taken from the rabbits before they began drinking pyramid water, and also 7 and 14 days into the experiment. The number of thrombocytes was determined by the optical method proposed by B. Walkowiak et al. A sample of rich plasma was dissolved in ten times the amount of a 0.01-molar phosphate buffer, containing 0.14 moles NaCl (pH 7.3) and the density was measured in plastic dishes at A800 against a weak plasma diluted in the same way. The quantity of thrombocytes before the introduction of the pyramid water was taken as 100%. On the 7th day of the experiment the quantity had risen to 129±10% and on the 14th day to 167±18%.

A reduction in the prothrombin time and a rise in the number of thrombocytes was reliably established.
Haematological Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences,

Professor V.A. Makarov.

In order to study the influence of water exposed in a pyramid on the coagulatory system of the blood we carried out a study of the influence of this substance on certain coagulatory parameters in vitro using donor blood as well as standard normal and pathological (reduced level of coagulatory factors) lyophilised human plasma and lyophilised pathological human plasma deficient in factor VIII. Besides this we made a study of pyramid water in vivo, in an experiment with rabbits.
The donor blood was obtained by puncturing the cubital vein and stabilised with a 3.8% solution of sodium citrate (Merck, Germany) in a ratio of 9:1. Blood samples for the evaluation of coagulatory parameters were taken from the marginal vein of the rabbits' ears using the free-falling drops method. In order to obtain plasma rich in thrombocytes the blood was centrifuged for 10 minutes at 1000 revolutions per minute, after which the upper layer of plasma was transferred to another test-tube and the remainder was centrifuged again for 20 minutes at 3000 revs/min. to obtain thrombocyte-free plasma.

At one of the stages a study was made of possible changes in the coagulatory system of rabbits in vivo if their ordinary drinking water was replaced by water exposed in the pyramid. The experiments were conducted over 14 days. Blood was taken from the rabbits before they began drinking pyramid water, and also 7 and 14 days into the experiment. The number of thrombocytes was determined by the optical method proposed by B. Walkowiak et al. A sample of rich plasma was dissolved in ten times the amount of a 0.01-molar phosphate buffer, containing 0.14 moles NaCl (pH 7.3) and the density was measured in plastic dishes at A800 against a weak plasma diluted in the same way. The quantity of thrombocytes before the introduction of the pyramid water was taken as 100%. On the 7th day of the experiment the quantity had risen to 129±10% and on the 14th day to 167±18%.

A reduction in the prothrombin time and a rise in the number of thrombocytes was reliably established.



Graphite scientific research institute

a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Professor V.I.Kostikov, Dr. A.S. Katasonov.


We explored the influence of the pyramid field effect on the electrical resistance of carbon materials.

The research object was pyrolytic carbon obtained by precipitating the products of the pyrolysis of methane on a graphite liner at a temperature of ~2100C.

Measurements were taken by the four-probe method on direct current under normal conditions.

The size of the sheet was ~25×10×1mm; the distance between the potential contacts ~3mm. The measuring current had a density of ~1500mA/cm2.

Before exposure in the pyramid the electrical resistance was measured at ~5–7μΩ (micro ohms)/m. After exposure in the pyramid for 24 hours' resistance approximately doubled.

Such changes are anomalous for pyrocarbon. Even neutron bombardment with at about 1019 neutrons/cm2 does not produce changes of more than 5 %.

Over time the changes taking place in electrical resistance varied from +100% to -100% following a sine curve.

Besides, we discovered a reduction in the electrical resistance of silicon of semiconductor purity from 105 Ω/cm2 to 104 Ω/cm2 and a loss of high temperature superconductivity in samples after exposure in the pyramid.
Graphite scientific research institute

a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Professor V.I.Kostikov, Dr. A.S. Katasonov.


We explored the influence of the pyramid field effect on the electrical resistance of carbon materials.

The research object was pyrolytic carbon obtained by precipitating the products of the pyrolysis of methane on a graphite liner at a temperature of ~2100C.

Measurements were taken by the four-probe method on direct current under normal conditions
.
The size of the sheet was ~25×10×1mm; the distance between the potential contacts ~3mm. The measuring current had a density of ~1500mA/cm2.

Before exposure in the pyramid the electrical resistance was measured at ~5–7μΩ (micro ohms)/m. After exposure in the pyramid for 24 hours' resistance approximately doubled.

Such changes are anomalous for pyrocarbon. Even neutron bombardment with at about 1019 neutrons/cm2 does not produce changes of more than 5 %.

Over time the changes taking place in electrical resistance varied from +100% to -100% following a sine curve.

Besides, we discovered a reduction in the electrical resistance of silicon of semiconductor purity from 105 Ω/cm2 to 104 Ω/cm2 and a loss of high temperature superconductivity in samples after exposure in the pyramid.


Professor A.G. Antonov, head of the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Department, Russian Research Centre of Obstetricsand Gynaecology, (Russian Medical Academy of Sciences)


We studied the influence of a 40% glucose solution given internally and distilled water applied externally after both had been exposed in a pyramid.

The patients were new-born babies with serious pathologies.

An objective assessment was provided by an analysis of the Immediate State Index, which reflects the state of the patient's sympatho-adrenal system.

Data on 20 patients was analysed.

In all cases, even in patients with very low indices close to zero, after the administration of 1ml of the 40% glucose solution the ISI rose substantially practically to normal levels.

The same happened after the external application of 1ml of water that had been exposed in the pyramid.
Professor A.G. Antonov, head of the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Department, Russian Research Centre of Obstetricsand Gynaecology, (Russian Medical Academy of Sciences)


We studied the influence of a 40% glucose solution given internally and distilled water applied externally after both had been exposed in a pyramid.

The patients were new-born babies with serious pathologies
.
An objective assessment was provided by an analysis of the Immediate State Index, which reflects the state of the patient's sympatho-adrenal system.

Data on 20 patients was analysed.

In all cases, even in patients with very low indices close to zero, after the administration of 1ml of the 40% glucose solution the ISI rose substantially practically to normal levels.

The same happened after the external application of 1ml of water that had been exposed in the pyramid.



The Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics


CONCLUSION

For periods of between 3 and 21 days a 10% solution of table salt that had been exposed in a 22-metre pyramid was added to mice's daily drinking water and three times a week the animals were dipped in the same solution.

A control group of mice were dipped in ordinary water and given a 10% solution of salt that had not been exposed in a pyramid to drink.

It is important to note that this experiment employed the principle of blind control: the laboratory staff assessing the condition of the mice did not know which group had been given the pyramid salt and which the ordinary salt.

It emerged that the solution from the pyramid considerably reduces the effect of stress.

The indicator of this was the quantity of lymphocytes in the thymus gland, which is known to fall sharply with stress.

The mice that had drunk the salty water from the pyramid and been dipped in it showed almost no sign of stress.
The Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics

CONCLUSION

For periods of between 3 and 21 days a 10% solution of table salt that had been exposed in a 22-metre pyramid was added to mice's daily drinking water and three times a week the animals were dipped in the same solution.

A control group of mice were dipped in ordinary water and given a 10% solution of salt that had not been exposed in a pyramid to drink.
It is important to note that this experiment employed the principle of blind control: the laboratory staff assessing the condition of the mice did not know which group had been given the pyramid salt and which the ordinary salt.

It emerged that the solution from the pyramid considerably reduces the effect of stress.

The indicator of this was the quantity of lymphocytes in the thymus gland, which is known to fall sharply with stress.

The mice that had drunk the salty water from the pyramid and been dipped in it showed almost no sign of stress.


The All-Russian (Lenin) Electro-Technical Institute


An evaluation was carried out of the effect of the pyramid field on an electrical field in a long air-gap between a rod and a surface under a positively polarised impulse tension of 250/2500 μs.

The basic set-up used had a rod-surface air-gap between the electrodes of 5.0 metres.

The experimental set-up was the same, except that placed on the surface were 7 pieces of granite, each weighing 100 grammes that had been exposed in the pyramid and were placed on the surface around the perimeter of a 1-metre-diameter circle with its centre 0.5 metres from the centre of the surface.

100 voltage impulses were applied to each of the set-ups. The trajectories of the discharges and the impact damage points were recorded. On the basis of the results a plot of the impact points was produced. The discharge voltage throughout the experiments was approximately 1400 kV.

As a result of the study it was reliably established that the number of impact points inside the circle in the basic set-up was 5 times higher than in the experimental set-up.

Conclusion: the shape made up of pieces of stone exposed in the pyramid has powerful properties protecting the part of the surface inside it against damage from electrical discharges.
The All-Russian (Lenin) Electro-Technical Institute

An evaluation was carried out of the effect of the pyramid field on an electrical field in a long air-gap between a rod and a surface under a positively polarised impulse tension of 250/2500 μs.

The basic set-up used had a rod-surface air-gap between the electrodes of 5.0 metres.

The experimental set-up was the same, except that placed on the surface were 7 pieces of granite, each weighing 100 grammes that had been exposed in the pyramid and were placed on the surface around the perimeter of a 1-metre-diameter circle with its centre 0.5 metres from the centre of the surface
.
100 voltage impulses were applied to each of the set-ups. The trajectories of the discharges and the impact damage points were recorded. On the basis of the results a plot of the impact points was produced. The discharge voltage throughout the experiments was approximately 1400 kV.

As a result of the study it was reliably established that the number of impact points inside the circle in the basic set-up was 5 times higher than in the experimental set-up.

Conclusion: the shape made up of pieces of stone exposed in the pyramid has powerful properties protecting the part of the surface inside it against damage from electrical discharges.
On the efficiency of using "energy water", structured by quartz crystals.

Much attention is paid to the processes associated with the sensory properties of the human body as a biological system in general, and the reaction of a living cell, in particular, to external electromagnetic signals generated by the biosphere.

Biological systems, including humans, are complex water systems that function by metabolism in a state of dynamic equilibrium and respond subtly to external electromagnetic influences.

It is known that water is one of the most widely used human food products. The creation of structural modifications of this important food product and the study of their influence on the status of human biological systems is a vital task, both in theoretical and applied aspects.

The aim of the work was to study changes in the structure of the serum blood system of healthy and sick people (coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus, chronic hepatitis, etc.) under the influence of crystallized water (structured quartz crystals).

It is known that blood serum is a biocolloid, which is 90% water. With the help of experimentally obtained crystallograms it was shown that the introduction of water in the blood serum of sick people, structured with quartz crystals exposed in the pyramid and water exposed in the pyramid, contributes to the normalization of the structure of the biocolloid (blood).

On the basis of experimental data, it can be suggested that the structured water can be used for biocorrection of the metabolic reactions (processes) occurring in the human body.

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