Ф. Ханцеверов. Эниология. Том 2

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88.6 -197 .. . : . . / . , , 1999 ., 445 . ISBN 5-900576-08-6 "". - 50- , . , , , , , . ( , , , ), - : , , , -, . . . . ANNOTATION This book second of four volumed series, named "ENIOLOGY", is dedicated to more than 50 concepts and models, about 70% of which has never been published before. This book in fact in a popular scientific form deals with the main models, concepts and theories, explaining mechanisms and inner sense of incomprehensible phenomena in energoinformation exchenge in nature, society and human life. The conceptual basis of the complexy science ENIOLOGY (parapsychology, psychotronics, astrology, ufology), consisting of six big units of scientific-interpretation concepts: classic, quantum-mechanics, cosmochronotopodynamics, informo-cybernetics, humanitary and holystic, as well as presented data, is being examined for the first time. It is intended to the broad auditorium from the professionals and the scientists to the amateurs and enthusiasts of this untraditional field of knowledge and practical activities. It is advised by Association bord applied Eniology of Federation of Engeneers. 0303010000 X . 6( - 3 ) - 9 6v

ISBN 5-900576-08-6 , , 1997. - , 1998 . , .

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CONTENTSPREFACE: old hereses?

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Scientifiic myths and nonscientific factsINTRODUCTION:

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"Times to drop stones in past, time to gather stones"1. SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF ENIOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGES

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1.1. 32 1.2. 45 1.3. 46 1.4. : , , 652.

1.1. Paradigmal ways of the scientific enioknowledges 32 1.2. Foreign theories and conceptions of para psychology 45 1.3. Intellectual potential of Russia as frameconcept of eniology 46 1.4. Eniology in system of sciences: place, role, interdependence 652. THE FUNDAMENTAL PARADOXES OF ENIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA

2.1. ? 69 2.2. .. 73 2.3. 782.4. 80 3.

2.1. Informatical communications without fields? 69 2.2.Enioeffect do not depend from distance.. 73 2.3. May we see the past and the future? 78 2.4. Gross mistake of ortodoxes equalisation of small repitability with nonscienceability 803. ELECTROMAGNETIC COMMENTARY FOR ENIOPHENOMENA

3.1. 85 3.2. . 90 3.3. 91 3.4. : 99 3.5. 105 3.6. - : , ,

3.1. Classical electromagnetical dynamics and alive matter 85 3.2. Academician L.Prischep and his energoinformatical postulates 90 3.3. Electromagnetical mechanisms of the wellknown miracles 91 3.4. Personal sorcery: short about the nature of it 99 3.5. Electromagnetic interpretation of phe nomenon of Uri Geller 105 3.6. UFO-EM vision: and mistery, and fantasy, and common sence 110

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4. SCIENTIFIC INTERPRETATION OF THE LAWS OF NATURE

4.1. 118 4.2. 122 4.3. 126 4.4. " " 131

4.5. 1375. ! .

4.1. Famous physical occurences from the point of view the microlepton concept 118 4.2. Eniological and synergetical analogies 122 4.3. Application of synergetical analogies 126 4.4. "Order" and "chaos" in eniology 131 4.5. Informatical mechanism of eniophenomena 1375. ATTENTION EXPERIMENTS! EXAMINATION OF CONCEPTS

5.1. ? 151 5.2. 154 5.3. - 157 5.4. 161 5.5. : 1666.

5.1. Microleptons fantasy or reality? Experimental facts

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5.2. Spinor interpretation of nature of eniophe nomena 154 5.3. Psysiological interpretation of phenomena 157 5.4. As waves propogate in the void 5.5. Distant vision experimental evidanceof psyhometry and clearvision6. MIRACLES ON THE EARTH AND SKY

161 166

6.1. 170 6.2. 175 6.3. " " 181 6.4 " ". "" 185 6.5 192 6.6 194 6.7 : , , 202 6.8 . ... 215 6.9. : 218

6.1. Geoplanetic eniophenomena 6.2. Mysterious facts from other sciences 6.3. "Russian net" the Earth as a geocrystal 6.4. Phenomena of "Breath of Earth". "Models" of breaks 6.5. Anomal zones and orgon therapy 6.6. Sacramental flux and it's origin 6.7. Energoinformational exchange on the planet: geopatological zones, UFO, sacral places 6.8. Once more about water. Water ... can think 6.9. Multi-faced UFO: nature and common concept

170 175 181 185 192 194 202 215 218

7. . 7. WHAT POSSIBILITY ARE CONCEAL IN ELECTRODYNAMIC. ELECTROMAGNETIC MODELS

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7.1. . 7.2. . 7.3. ... " " 7.4. 8. ?

231 232 244 245

7.1. Man as an alive resonator. The radiobiophysical model of enioexchange 231 7.2. Electromagnetism the basis of life. Bioelectromagnetic approach 232 7.3. Three-united view of academician I.M. Kogan. Concept of three levels 244 7.4. Rezomal concept of Kurbat Tomov 2458. MAXWELLS EQUATIONS ARE TRUE? MODIFICATE CONCEPTS

8.1. 251 8.2. . 254 8.3. . 255 8.4. 258 8.5. . 267 8.6. 2759. ? ""

8.1. Nobody can ever stop the longitudial waves 8.2. Distant electrization.. Model of charge equivalent 8.3. Electron and graviton. Electrogravidynamical conception 8.4. Energoinformatical exchange in space 8.5. Is the Big Explosive true? Concept of stationar dynamic Universe 8.6. Concept of free electromagnetic energy by Nicola Tesla9. ARE STANDING FIELD THEORY ON THE FOUR ELEPHANTS? CONCEPTS OF "NEW" KIND OF FIELDS

251 254 255 258 267 275

9.1. , , . 280 9.2. . 283 9.3. . 286 9.4. : , , 290 9.5. : 291

9.1. That mysterious world of leptons, axions, nuclons. Microleptons theory 9.2. Vortex as an universe motor. Physical model of spinor fields 9.3. Back to Ether. Etherodynamic model 9.4. Concept of SVT: maxinones, planksones and psychophysical eniophenomena 9.5. Multipolary eniology: the foundation of theory and program of progress

280 283 286 290 291

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10. ENIOPHENOMENA AND MYSTERY OF MICROWORLDS 10.1. Equation of eniology. Mathematical formula of fate. Quantum-statistical model 10.2. Is the instant connection possible? 10.3. Where is ether? Physical vacuum 10.4. Discriptive and explanatory potential of quantum-mechanical models

10.1. . . - 303 10.2. ? 306 10.3. ? ? 308 10.4. 310 11. . 11.1. 312 11.2. . , 314 11.3. " " . 318 11.4. ? ...330 11.5. 335 11.6. ? 338 11.7. , 340 11.8. . 344

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11. SPACE AND TIME ARE INEXHAUSTIBLE. COSMOTOPODYNAMICS. 11.1. Mission of Russia in cosmogeobiodynamics 11.2. Laws of similarity. Conform electrodynamics, levitation, telekinesis 11.3. About "white crow" in science. Nature and concept of biofields 11.4. Hronofield - what is it? 11.5. Causal mechanics and eniology 11.6. Can man fly up? Concept by biogravitation 11.7. Clearvision, geliocosmos and oldish acupuncture 11.8. Human as mirror of Universe. Concept of Geliocosmos foundation of theory of eniology

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314 318 330 335 338 340

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12. ALIVE UNIVERSE AND ORGANISM OF COSMOS" 12.1. Noosphere of V.I. Vernadsky 363 365 368 377 379 12.2. Oriental paradigm. Syntetic conception 12.3. Conception of "seven rays" 12.4. Synergetic paradigm and eniology 12.5. Golographic model of genom 365 368 377 379 363

13. - 13.1. . 383 13.2. : 400 13.3. - 404 13.4. - ? - 414 13.5. - 420 13. INFORMATIONAL-CYBERNETIC MODELS

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13.1. INFOSPHERE - informational media of nooshphere. The synthesis of science and esoteric 383 13.2. The paradigm of cosmonoosphere: cybernetical models of energoinformatical exchange in Cosmos and Biosphere 400 13.3. Signals-informational concept 404 13.4. INFORMATIONAL FIELD - what's is it? 414 13.5. System-energetical view and eniotherapy

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EPILOGUE: perspectives of scientific investigation of eniophenomena 425 BYBLIOGRAPHY 429

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