The story of biophotons and photons


1. General information

Today, we know that the transfer of information in the body takes place at the speed of light. However, this is more complicated than one would imagine. This article has been kept as simple as possible in order to ensure that the average consumer can understand it.

The carriers of this information are photons that are also described as light quantums. Prof. Popp has made the photons scientificably acceptable by using appropriate equipment.

In 1973, Prof. Popp learned from the experiments performed by the Russian scientist Kaznacheev that the organism contains light and emits it. This means that living cells exchange electromagnetic waves in the ultraviolet range in the form of biological pieces of information via photons.

In 1924, the Russian scientist Alexander Gurwitsch observed for the first time how pieces of information were transferred from onions that had roots to other onions that did not have roots and were kept in a glass, which then gained roots. This trial went down in history.

From the PhD thesis of Mr Bernhard Ruth written in 1975, he discovered that ultra-weak radiation is present in a variety of plant and animal cells and not only in the ultraviolet or visible range; it is also present throughout the entire visual range of light, from the ultraviolet range, through the visible range and right through to the infrared range.

2. Photons

Photons are light quantums and carriers of information. They are present in all matter, in the air as well as in liquids. They pass through all types of media and are in a chaotic state.
They do not possess an atomic weight but they do have a wavelength.
They are like clouds and do not have any borders. They are matter and non-matter.
They have the characteristic of transferring and conveying information.
They are sensitive. They are the calmest light that exists.

They are referred to as biophotons if they originate from living organisms such as humans, animals and plants.

They are referred to as photons if they are present in dead matter, e.g. stones, metals, liquids and air.

If the body is healthy, the biophotons are present within it in the form of coherent (orderly) light quantums. They are in contact with one another, they communicate and have a common goal or a common interest, i.e. establishing order from the chaos and restoring the balance - how this takes place has not been found out to this very day.

This light within the living cells differs from bioluminescence. By this we mean a chemical reaction that is, however, physically triggered by biophotons.

Biophotons control the metabolism and regulate processes.
If the regulatory processes are disturbed, the organism becomes ill. In this scenario, the biophotons are in a chaotic state.

A state of health or illness is dependent upon the extent to which the cell can store and transmit light.

The cells in our body are light organs. The cell communication takes place at the speed of light due to the fact that the biophotons play a decisive role in the transfer of information.

Healthy people have wavelengths in the range of 450 - 680 nanometres (nm). The wavelengths of ill people are heavily in the ultraviolet range. The photons display wavelengths of between 240 and 1200 nm.

Biophoton light demonstrates an extremely sensitive reaction to outside influences. It has the ability to return to the original order following each instance of excitation. The only difference between biophoton light and electromagnetic waves is the wavelength.

Visible light waves are shorter than longwave radio and radar waves.

Each cell inside our body has intracellular tubular structures in the cytoskeleton, the so-called microtubules.
Different types of ions pass through these tubes. These tubes are extremely sensitive and react to all types of change such as warmth, coldness, radiation and each change to the cell.

External influences that damage the balance of the cell are always present. A further problem occurs due to the silicon oxide crystals present in the cellular matrix. These have niches in which mercury and other heavy metal ions are deposited. This leads to the cell becoming even more unstable.

External influences such as radiation, radio waves, radar waves, television transmitters and mobile telephone transmitters all place strain upon our body.

We can help the human body by supplying it with photons from outside.

3. The transfer of photons on to different media

In 1984, Prof. Popp wrote a book entitled "Biologie des Lichtes" (The Biology of Light).
The book explains that photons are present everywhere and are in a chaotic state.
They can be put into order by using devices to create order.
The orderly photons run parallel to one another and transfer their information.
As already described above, they penetrate all matter.
At the point when they penetrate the medium, such as the human body, matter, liquid or air, they transfer their order to the other photons.
If a certain photon has become orderly, it then influences the photon adjacent to it and the latter also becomes coherent.

The following questions are of significance prior to a photon transfer:
- What wavelength do I require?
- What do I want to achieve with this?
- To what media do I want to transfer?
- How much "time" do I require?

As already described above, photons penetrate all matter. Based upon this, the types of media listed below are suitable for the transfer of photons from the outside:

- The human body (biophoton therapy)
- Animals
- Liquids
- Plants
- Matter
- Air

To date, the listed devices have been available in order to carry out a photon transfer on to a medium from the outside:
- There is one device available for photon transfer that was developed by Prof. Popp. The device transfers a photon in the mid-range of the photon wavelength.
- In addition to this, there are further photon devices of difference wavelength ranges that were developed by Dr Aguilera in France. These devices are referred to as lenses. However, these lenses have the drawback that they do not cover the entire photon spectrum.
- Dr Refai developed photon devices with different wavelength ranges that cover the entire photon spectrum. We also refer to these devices as lenses.

What are "lenses"?
Lenses are plastic disks of varying sizes, shapes and colours that permanently store the information from the different photon wavelengths. This process is extremely complicated and only takes place using special devices.

3.1 Types of photon transfer from the outside

3.1.1 Photon transfer on to humans and animals from the outside, biophoton therapy:

There are photon wavelength ranges for every illness.
A lens (device) belonging to the same wavelength range is placed upon the skin where the health problem is located.
The treatment takes between 40 and 90 minutes.
This treatment has no negative side effects and is suitable for all types of illness.

3.1.2 Photon transfer on to liquids from the outside:

A special lens (device) has been developed by Dr Refai for the treatment of liquids. This lens is directed on to the container in which the liquid is kept or is placed directly in the water for a period of 10 minutes. As a result, the water will become just like spring water for example.

3.1.3 Photon transfer on to plants from the outside:
The water is treated using the special lens for liquids and this water is then used to water the plants.

3.1.4 Photon transfer on to matter from the outside:

Irrespective of the matter being treated (whether metals, plastic, polycarbonates, stones, precious metals, precious stones, power boxes or telephones), a lens is applied to the affected matter.
Of course, the objective must be known.
The treatment is carried out for 10 minutes if the intention is to only temporarily have the photons in the matter. The lens is then removed.
The lens must be constantly attached to the matter if the intention is to permanently have the photons in the matter.

3.1.5 Photon transfer in the air:

A particular lens is hung in the air and the rest occurs naturally.

3.1.6 Photon transfer on to mobile telephones from outside in order to eliminate or minimise side effects:

General information

Mobile telephones consist of a housing manufactured from polycarbonate or a plastic-like material, a SIM card, electrical wires manufactured from different metals and an accumulator.
When switched on, the mobile telephone receives and transmits certain frequencies and wavelengths.
In certain people, the latter electromagnetic waves transmitted increase and damage the flow of current in the body.
This is partly caused by metal strains on the body contained in the mouth as a result of tooth fillings consisting of materials such as amalgam, nitrate as well as other alloys. It is also partly caused by environmental damage and other heavy metals that accumulate in the body over time and manifest themselves in the organs.

Due to the presence of metals, the impact of the mobile telephone via its electromagnetic waves is increased.
An amplitude occurs in the body that is below 50 Hz, yet is present for a period of 24 hours.

For this purpose, a special photon lens is applied directly on to the housing of the mobile telephone or on to the case that protects the telephone. The period of lens effectiveness is unlimited at this point.

In applying the lens, the coherent photons of the lens are transferred on to the telephone so that the chaotic photons of the mobile telephone will obtain the order to the coherent photons of the lens in accordance with natural law.

Impact of the photon lens upon the electromagnetic waves of the mobile telephone

Electric waves are either minimally affected or not at all affected by photons. However, it is possible to affect magnetic waves.

However, electromagnetic waves of mobile telephones can be altered by photons. If one of the waves can be altered, the sum of both waves automatically changes and the mobile telephone no longer has a negative impact.

Only incorrect results can be obtained if tests are carried out by using the lens without the human body.
1. The person is tested without a mobile telephone.
2. The same test is then carried out. On this occasion, the person holds a mobile telephone in their hand.
3. A third test is then carried out. On this occasion, the person holds a mobile telephone that has a lens attached to it in their hand. The three tests are then compared and the results are seen.
4. The tests are repeated at least 10 times. The result then becomes relevant.

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