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A Technology for Protection from Environmental Electromagnetic Fields

James Oschman, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijactm.278)


Cellular telephones, Wi-Fi, and electricity have revolutionized our communications and lifestyles. Wireless technologies have become one of the fastest growing industries, with billions of users around the world. While many of us enjoy and depend on these modern conveniences, an increasing number of people are becoming sensitive or allergic to the electromagnetic fields used to operate our modern technologies. Research in this area indicates that those who have no observable ill effects may still be compromised at a subtle level. Sensitive individuals may have one or more ailments, such as stomach aches, headaches, muscle pains, poor sleep, or “mystery symptoms” that are difficult to diagnose and treat because few physicians are familiar with the real cause. The growth of coverage of Wi Fi will probably increase rather than slow, so it is essential that people be able to protect themselves. Many devices are available that claim to protect against electromagnetic pollution. One of the most thoroughly tested is the PRANAN family of devices. Various laboratory tests have documented the effectiveness of these systems in stabilizing various physiological processes. This article explores the possible mechanisms by which these effects are achieved. The surfaces of the devices have interesting geometrical patterns corresponding to ancient images found throughout nature, art and architecture. The well-known mathematics behind the symbols is referred to as the Golden ratio, Golden mean, Golden section, or Phi. Some of the greatest mathematical minds of all ages have spent endless hours contemplating this simple ratio and its properties. Biologists, artists, musicians, historians, architects, psychologists, and even mystics have pondered and debated the basis of its ubiquity and appeal. Because of the well-documented physiological effects of the PRANAN devices, we explore the possibility that the geometrical patterns on the surfaces of the devices reveal physical relationships between the geometry of electromagnetic fields in space (the quantum vacuum) and living tissues. This concept, remarkable is it may seem, is supported by recent developments in quantum physics that have demonstrated the underlying mathematics of Phi in relation to magnetic fields.


electromagnetic pollution; electromagnetic sensitivity; electrosmog; Golden ratio, Phi

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