Igor Nazarov | Schumann Resonance Frequencies and Electromagnetic Pollution

A plasma-based generator is used to create a flow of subtle energy. Schumann resonance frequencies were used to create a specific subtle energy pattern corresponding to these frequencies. This pattern was embedded in the existing device, EMF Transformer, that already was used successfully to counteract harmful effects of the cell-phone EMF radiation. EMF Transformer was tested using QEEG by Dr. Jeffrey Fannin, Ph.D., at the Center Cognitive Enhancement in Glendale, Arizona. It was shown that this device, placed as a sticker on the back side of the phone, successfully harmonizes brainwaves overexcited by the cell-phone radiation during a call. The Schumann resonance subtle energy pattern embedded into the EMF Transformer made this device much more efficient helping EMF-sensitive people to improve their quality of life.

Bio: Igor Nazarov, Ph.D. graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1977 with honors, getting MS degree in Nuclear Physics. Three years later defended his Ph.D. dissertation in chemical physics at the same institution. He continued to work at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology as the Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Molecular and Chemical Physics and as the Senior Researcher at the Molecular Physics Laboratory until his emigration to the USA in 1990. He collaborated with Dr. Yury Kronn in the area of subtle energy research and Vital Force Technology since 1983 in the USSR and since 2004 in the USA. Currently is the Chief Scientist at Energy Tools International, LLC, Oregon.

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration Conference in Broomfield, Colorado 2019.

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Published on November 26, 2019