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Advances in Complementary & Alternative medicine

How Distress Causes Cancer

Maria Kuman*

Holistic Research Institute, USA

*Corresponding author: Maria Kuman, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr., Knoxville, TN 37923, USA

Submission: January 28, 2019;Published: January 30, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/ACAM.2019.04.000578

ISSN: 2637-7802
Volume4 Issue1

Editorial

It has been my life dream to understand how distress (negative stress) causes cancer. I created mathematical model showing that nonlinear distortions must be involved [1]. In my article about prayer [2], I cited Russian findings that stress induces “coin stacks” formations in the intercellular space and insisted that the person praying for cure of cancer must visualize melting of these “coin stacks”.

Kaznacheev [3] with his team did another set of Russian studies for 40 years at the Siberian division of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences in Novosibirsk. They found that when they influence cells with the torsion generator of Kozirev, the biological effect strongly depended on the spinning direction of the torsion field.

They found that torsion fields spinning counter clockwise make the cells multiply fast, but the proteins and polysaccharides synthesis in the cells remains normal. They also found that torsion fields spinning clockwise do not make the cells multiply fast but increase the synthesis of proteins in them.

Shkatov with his patented “torsemeter” did another set of Russian measurements [4]. He measured the spinning of the torus- shaped human nonlinear electromagnetic field (NEMF) and found that negative emotions (like anger, fear, jealousy, etc.) make the NEMF spin counter-clockwise, while positive emotions (like joy, love, happiness, etc.) make it spin clockwise.

Measurements with our patented super-sensitive energy meter [5] showed that negative emotions or just negative thinking decreases the energy of our NEMF and makes it less balanced, which means that negative thinking makes us sicker. Opposite to this, positive emotions or just positive thinking increases the energy of our NEMF and makes it more balanced, which means that positive thinking makes us healthier

Nonlinear physics can explain this in a simple way. Following the rule of the folded fingers of the right hand, when the folded fingers are in direction of the ring electric currents, the vertical thumb would show the direction of the induced magnetic field. Let us apply this rule to spinning NEMF: when the folded fingers of the right hand are in the direction of spinning, the vertical thumb shows the direction of the induced by the spinning NEMF [6].

At positive emotions NEMF spins clockwise. Let us orient the folded fingers of the right hand in the direction of the spinning clockwise human donut-shaped NEMF. Then the vertical thumb would show us the direction of the magnetic field induced by the clockwise spinning - it is inward the NEMF. This means that when an individual experiences positive emotion or just think positively, the magnetic energy of his NEMF increases.

At negative emotions, NEMF spins counter clockwise. Let us orient the folded fingers of the right hand in the direction of the spinning counter clockwise human donut-shaped NEMF. Then the vertical thumb would show us the direction of the magnetic field induced by the counter clockwise spinning - it is outward the NEMF. This means that when an individual experiences negative emotion or just think negatively, the magnetic energy of his NEMF decreases.

Now, let us go back to what Kaznacheev [3] and his team found in Novosibirsk. They found that torsion fields spinning counter clockwise make the cells multiply fast, but the proteins and polysaccharides synthesis in the cells remains normal. They also found that torsion fields spinning clockwise do not make the cells multiply fast but increase the synthesis of proteins in the cells.

Let us now compare this with the findings of Shkatov with his “torsemeter” [4]. He found that negative emotions (distress) make the NEMF spin counter clockwise. Let us apply the rule of the folded fingers of the right hand. At counter clockwise spinning of NEMF, when the folded fingers are in counter clockwise direction, the induced magnetic field is outward, which means that NEMF loses energy.

This is exactly what we found - at distress (negative stress) or just negative thinking energy is lost, which makes the NEMF weaker and NEMF in the intercellular space is what integrates the cells and makes them behave as a collective. This means that when distress or negative thinking weakens the integrating NEMF, the collective behaviour of the cells is lost, and the cells become disconnected.

What happens when the cells are disconnected because of a cut? The cells de-differentiate, i.e. become tissue nonspecific, because dedifferentiated cells multiply much faster and are free to creep into the wound. All this is done with the purpose of fast wound healing. Scientist think that a current of regrowth initiated by the cut rules the cells where to go to restore the tissue. I think the present NEMF initiate this current of regrowth.

In the case of cancer, the distress (negative stress) or just negative thinking leads to disconnection of the cells, which will automatically lead to their dedifferentiation, but there is one more factor that steps in. Kaznacheev [3] and his team found that counter clockwise torsion fields (and such is the NEMF at distress) stimulate the cellular division, which would in addition stimulate the cellular growth of the disconnected cells and this would lead to an out-of-control growth of the cells called malignancy.

References

  1. Kuman M (2018) International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 11(6): 2018.
  2. Kuman M (2019) International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 12 (1): 2019.
  3. Kaznacheev V (2002) Problemi swinksa 21 veka (The Problems of the Sphinx of the 21st century). Novosibirsk, Russia.
  4. Tihoplav V, Tihoplav T, Miroznanie (2009) Knowledge of the Universe, Russia.
  5. Kuman M (2018) Research on Medicine and Engineering Sciences 5(2): 2018.
  6. Kuman M, Magnetism.

© 2019 Maria Kuman. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and build upon your work non-commercially.



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