Fig. 11.  Death transmission via the paranormal channel

V.P. Kaznacheyev et al, "Distant Intercellular Interactions in a System of Two Tissue Cultures,"
Psychoenergetic Systems, Vol. 1, No. 3, March 1976, pp 141-142.


    As an example of the kindling effect and the variability of photon quenching of the paranormal channel, some extremely interesting experiments were performed by V.P. Kaznacheyev et al regarding the paranormal transmission of death.  Briefly, two groups of cells were selected from the same cell culture and one sample placed on each side of a window joining two environmentally shielded rooms.  The cell cultures were in quartz containers.  One cell culture was used as the initiation sample and was subjected to a deadly mechanism - virus, germ, chemical poison, irradiation, ultraviolet rays, etc.  The second cell culture was observed, to ascertain any transmitted effects from the culture sample being killed.
    When the window was made of ordinary glass, the second sample remained alive and healthy.  When the window was made of quartz, the second sample
sickened and died with the same symptoms as the primary sample.  The experiments were done in darkness, and over 5,000 were reported by Kaznacheyev and his colleagues.  The onset of induced complementary sickness and death in the second culture followed a reasonable time - say two to four hours - behind sickness and death in the primary culture. 
    The major transmission difference between window glass and quartz is that quartz transmits both ultraviolet and infrared well, while glass is relatively opaque to ultraviolet and infrared.  Both quartz and glass transmit visible light.  Thus glass is a suppressor of the paranormal channel, while quartz is not. 
    By performing the experiment in darkness through a quartz window, the four-law patterns of disease, sickness, or death engendered in the primary sample are not extensively squelched by the photon interaction, and these four-law patterns are transmitted through the quartz window into the second cell culture.  Since the genetic patterns of the second culture are the same as those of the first, sympathetic four-state interaction and eventual kindling occur, resulting in the appearance of the effects in the second culture. 
    It is well known that cells also emit mitogenic radiation, including radiation in the ultraviolet and infrared regions.  Since these same regions are not strongly suppressed by the photon interaction, one may hypothesize that paranormal effects may be strongly modulated onto infrared and ultraviolet photon activity, and there is indeed evidence for such an assumption.  In 1950, Western researchers found that cells could be killed in darkness with ultraviolet radiation, kept shielded from visible light for twenty-four hours or longer, and then if radiated with visible light the cells would start reviving by hundreds of thousands even though they had been clinically dead. 
    Specifically, every cell emits mitogenetic radiation in the ultraviolet twice: when it is born and when it dies.  The UV photon emitted at death contains the exact virtual state pattern of the condition of the cell at death.  The healthy cells are bombarded with death messages from those that are dying, and this diffuses the death pattern throughout the healthy culture, eventually kindling into the same death pattern there. 
    However, the squelching of the paranormal channel by photon interaction is never complete, or paranormal phenomena could never occur in daylight.  Hence paranormal patterns can be modulated even onto visible light, although only extremely weakly.  Thus we may speak of the Q or sharpness of the paranormal modulation upon photon frequencies; Q is extremely low for visible light and may be extremely high for infrared and ultraviolet.  In the visible light spectrum, it is probable that extremely large numbers of near-zero strength paranormal patterns are modulated on the light radiation; hence these patterns simply consist of a very weak background noise and the kindling effect does not apply.  (The patterns are so random as to be self-canceling in the kindling effect.)

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