Measuring the human energy field

Published on 19-01-2016

According to modern science, all the energy on earth is derived from the sun, which continually emits a stream of charged particles. The ability of solar magnetic storms to cause mental disorders was noted by Alexander Chizhevsky 100 years ago and subsequent researchers have confirmed this and other effects on health. The earth itself is a giant magnet that is constantly in motion. Since life evolved under these influences, it should not be surprising that biological systems have developed to take advantage of electromagnetic forces.  

Look, it cannot be seen - it is beyond form.
Listen, it cannot be heard - it is beyond sound.
Grasp, it cannot be held - it is intangible.
These three are indefinable;
Therefore they are
joined in oneness

Lao Tzu, Dao De Jing, Ch. 14

This can be vividly demonstrated in homing pigeons and birds that use the geomagnetic information as GPS. The Chinese used certain animals to predict earthquakes over 6,000 years ago and there is abundant evidence that all animals can anticipate other natural disasters like storms and hurricanes. Domesticated pets may retain this ability, since it has been observed that posters for missing cats and dogs consistently increase in volume a few days before an earthquake struck.

Humans also seem to be sensitive to natural and man-made electromagnetic influences.

There is increasing scientific evidence that living things emit their own energy fields that interact with the environmental forces, as well as with other forms of life. Attempts to provide proof by electrographic visualization of energy fields date back to 1777.

Significant progress was made in the last century by the Kirlians and others, but techniques varied and results could not be consistently reproduced. 

Measuring the energy field, 300m from the Temple of Apollo at Delphi (home of the legendary Oracle), Greece with GDV Bio-well technology.

In the recent years, the invention of GDV (Gas Discharge Visualization) Bio-well technology by Konstantin Korotkov (, Professor of Physics at St. Petersburg University in Russia, removed these impediments. This technology allows one to capture by a special camera the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energy emanating to and from humans, animals, plants, liquids and translate this to a computerized model.