or Gas Discharge Visualisation (GDV), also called bio-electrography, is a newly emerging science of visualising conscious processes in living objects.
A special electrical field is used. This field stimulates electrophotonic processes in any object placed in this field - the object glows. See the picture on the right. Technically speaking, electrons in and around the object are excited and glow - like a plasma. This glow is also known as Kirlian effect.
Stimulated electrophotonic glow around objects which are not alive, seems almost constant - its key parameters seem not change more than 2%. However, the glow around objects that are consciously alive change significantly. Changes reflect certain states of the object, and seem to contain phenomenal amount of fascinating information about the conscious activity of the object.
Recording, decoding and interpreting this information is the main purpose of bio-electrography. According to results obtained so far, mainly by physicists in Russia such as Prof. Konstantin Korotkov from St Petersburg Tech University - the process of life is an intelligent and coherent exchange of electronic information - encoded in every part of the human body. Certain aspects of this information become visible in the stimulated electrophotonic glow around fingertips. The best view is of course from underneath as demonstrated in the picture above.
Bio-electrographaphy should be not only safe for humans, but the electrical field that is used should not disturb the subtle processes that we try to observe. For these reasons the electrical field energy that is used to stimulate the glow should be as minimal as possible. In modern devices (CrownTV) this is accomplished using very short (microsecond) pulses, reducing the exposure time (@50 ms) and observing only a small part of the human body, typically one fingertip at a time.
It is well known, that from a single drop of blood we can obtain a wealth of information about many processes that occur in the human body. In a similar fashion - stimulated electrophotonic glow recorded around sufficiently many fragments of the human body (typically 10 fingertips) - seems to contain information about nearly every major organ and function of our body.
Every part of the bio-electrogram seems to contain information about the entire mind-body system, just like the information encoded in a hologram. The more fragments we use however, the more reliable and accurate is the information. The most advanced diagnostic systems at present (such as the GDV camera system developed by Prof Korotkov) rely on 10 fingertip recordings.
5 decades of clinical tests conducted by physicists and medical researchers in Russia, Germany and Brazil seem to indicate that some of our ancestors, thousands of years ago, knew many astonishing details about the electronic INFORMATION exchange around our body. To leading bio-electrography researchers worldwide - ancient meridian and acupuncture charts begin to make perfect sense.
Bio-electrography has the potential to serve as an extremely powerful and comprehensive medical diagnostics tool, capable of showing malfunctions of the body and mind long before any physical symptoms become evident. Following several years of clinical tests that demonstrated high correlation of bioelectrography and conventional diagnostics, the CrownTV system for bio-electrography developed by Prof Korotkov has been approved in Russia for use in all clinics without limitations. From correctly recorded bio-electrograms it seems possible to distinguish many diseases, stress, depressive states, activities of different parts of the brain, even certain emotions etc... with astonishing precision. By utilising the potential of bioelectrography it should be possible to take preventive measures, rather than wait until emergency treatments and surgery are required.
Another fascinating application of bio-electrography involves investigating ways of enhancing the information transfer around our body - in an effort to assist us to become happier, healthier, more energetic and alert. Since the information that makes us alive seems to be encoded in a form of light - isn't it obvious that we should learn to live with color ?