On bio-effects of electromagnetic irradiation
June 5, 2011
COMBINED USE OF WAVE AND CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS
On our Web site we presented an overview of the methods of how the "special means" are applied.
These methods, judging from the cases reported by the press, continue to be used, however as a
result of a long term observation an insight about the existence of other, remote non-contact
methods of application have emerged.
From the history of application of chemical, biological and electromagnetic weapons a concept
of the combined use of these three components to achieve the destructive effect is known. This concept
later transformed into the idea of regulating biochemical processes on a cellular level by
subjecting the living organisms to electromagnetic radiation, causing effects similar to the
use of chemical and biological agents, but requiring only microdoses of such agents, or using
chemical or biological agents already located in the body in a dormant state. And then came the
opportunity to do even without the agents, by using only the electromagnetic radiation to control
the biochemical processes of the organism.
For example, the site http://www.raven1.net
posted a book review  reported at the
Joint Symposium on Interactions of Electromagnetic Waves with Biological Systems
(1987, Tel Aviv, Israel). The book
reads in part that weak low frequency and radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated
at extremely low frequencies (ELF) can alter behavior of hormones, neurotransmitters and other
molecules in body cells contributing to the development of various diseases, including oncological diseases.
One of the books which has recently appeared on the bookstore shelves  reported about the wave
genetic weapons “active development of which is presently being carried out by certain forces”
(, p. 269). What this means is the possibility of a transmission of a viral information package
by waves with a help of a “repeater”. As a result of such wave packet getting into the human body
the virus may reappear on the physical level thus causing a virus-like disease (, p. 289, 293).
(A virus in essence can be considered as an information poison). Such a wave packet, once in the
human body, is able to alter the entire course of metabolism, in particular causing the appearance
of endogenous toxins, which may have been what the authors discovered having experienced “severe
toxification of the organism” during the alleged exposure. The authors “were surprised to discover
that behind all this were the special services, mostly Russian, but others as well” ( p. 105).
We decided to comment on this information: to begin with, this sort of work was indeed conducted in
the USSR ( Kaznacheev), and later in the laboratories of the Russian Academy of Sciences (, Gariaev).
In particular it became possible to invoke in a living cell in a contactless manner symptoms identical
to those of a viral infection. The effect is caused by the transfer of information from an infected
cell to a healthy one by means of electromagnetic waves (ultra weak electromagnetic radiation) (,
Kaznacheev, page 22, 23). According to the publication , the Kaznacheev discoveries are reported
to be the basis for much of the Russian electromagnetic biological warfare program.
Now about the “repeaters”: this kind of generators simulating the topology and electrodynamics of the
DNA molecule did exist already in 1994 in the laboratories of the Russian Academy of Sciences ( Gariaev, p. 3),
plans were made to create (, p. 198) a family of bio-opto-radioelectronic and bio-axion equipment capable of
simulating wave states of the genome. The possibility of non-matrix synthesis of polypeptides and
polynucliotides by the wave method was also researched (, p. 100) (polynucleotides – DNA, RNA;
polypeptides – proteins, the foundation of cells of living organisms) .
Relying on our personal experience, information from open sources, analyzing the cases of
applications of special means, as well as observing the bizarre picture of outbreaks of viral diseases
in humans and animals in the past two decades across the globe, we consider these methods rather plausible.
1. Electromagnetic Interaction With Biological Systems.
Edited by Dr. James C. Lin, University of Illinois,
1989, “Plenum Press”, New York: Biological amplification,
2. Vlad Bulgakov. V sotrudnichestve s vysshimi mirami (In collaboration with the highest worlds), book 2.
Moscow, “Amrita-Rus”, 2007. (In Russian).
3. V.P. Kaznacheev, L.P. Mikhailova. Sverkhslabye izlucheniya v mezhkletochnykh vzaimodeistviyakh
(Super-low level radiation in iter-cell interactions). Novosibirsk, “Nauka”, 1981 (In Russian).
4. P.P. Gariaev. Volnovoy genom (Entsiklopediya Russkoi Mysli, t. 5). (Wave genome)
(Encyclopaedia of Russian Thought, vol. 5), Moscow, “Obshchaya Polza”, 1994 (In Russian).
5. C.B. Baker. ELF-Electromagnetic Disease Transmission.
Vadim V. Baranov
Tatyana A. Baranova.