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ψυχή, meaning "breath, soul, spirit", and ἤλεκτρον, meaning "amber, electron"
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) is the term under which are grouped some of the techniques used in parapsychology to interpret some paranormal phenomena according to the theories of bioelectromagnetics. It is based on the use of a type of energy that is produced by the interaction between presumably energy psychic and atomic (matter), the well-known mind–body problem. The first from the psyche of living things and the second field of bioplasma or structured forms. Today the term is used mostly by groups theosophical and fans of occult and esoteric.

History

Psychotronic research dates back to the late nineteenth century.[1][unreliable source?][2][unreliable source?] In this respect, worth mentioning are the works of Max Dessoir, William McDougall, Joseph Banks Rhine, and Charles Richet. In parallel to what in Europe was called metapsychic,[3][irrelevant citation]

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Czechoslovakian researchers began experimenting with extrasensory perception, psychokinesis, and similar phenomena.

The word "psychotronic" would have been first used in its modern sense by the French parapsychologist Fernan Clerc in 1955, who defined assimilating the phenomenon of telepathy and telekinesis, as "les phénomènes dans lesquels l’énergie est dégagée par le processus de la pensée ou par la pulsion de la volonté humaine"[4] (the phenomena in which the energy is released in the thought process or the impulse of the human will).

Between 1967 and 1968 was organized in Prague a group of parapsychologists to popularize the use of the word "psychotronic" as a synonym of parapsychology in the countries of Eastern Europe, led by Jaroslav Stuchlik,[5][not in citation given] Zdeněk Rejdák, and others.

In 1973 took place in the same city a Psychotronic Congress,[6] which was a psychotronic research society.[4] In this society psychotronics was defined as "the science which, in an interdisciplinary way, studying the areas of interaction between individuals and their internal and external environment and related energy processes. Psychotronics considers the matter, energy and consciousness are linked together. The study of this interconnect contributes to a new understanding of the capabilities of the human energy, of life processes and of matter in its broadest sense",[4] for instance[original research?] see Psi-Theory, of Prof. Dietrich Dörner.[7][irrelevant citation]

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The power unit of psychotronic energy is denominated the "psychotron",[8][9] inspired by the dual concept of Louis de Broglie with respect to the electron, which according to the scientist has dual existence: as a wave and a particle.[10][irrelevant citation]

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It becomes a concept representing triadic interaction of the mind with the body and the energy it produces. For psychotronic, the mind, the consciousness, and energy are interlinked and mutually interfering.[11] The development of psychotronic be based on the positron as contrary to particle electron having positive charge.[clarification needed] Pairs of electrons and positrons can be created spontaneously by a photon.[12][irrelevant citation]
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This microcosmic theoretical energy has not been clearly defined, but some authors linked to esotericism have been various proposals.[13][14]

Psychotronic generators

File:Pavlita-psychotronic-generator.jpg

These are small devices said to be capable of drawing biological energy from humans: the energy is accumulated and stored for future use.[15][16][17]

Pavlita generator

Robert Pavlita (1911-1991)[18] was a Czech engineer, that developed a psychotronic generator[19][20] related to the handling of bioenergy.[21] Pavlita found that there are three main components of psychotronic generators (similar to those that the alchemists used): the shape of the device (the geometry),[22][23][24] the material from which it is made, and the biological rhythm (the means for getting the biological energy from the living organisms into the device). He found too, that there are at least sixty-eight centers of biological energy in the human body, and he had invented a generator for each one. Each of these generators is fueled in a different way, and each of them performs a different task. On the other hand, in 1950s Pavlita stated that there are two types of psychotronic generators: the cosmic and the biologic, both provide the proper energy to charge the gadget, after been stored, and it is able to be reemitted as a plasma to interact with the material world, such as it happens with some human,—the famous psychic—and paranormal phenomena.[25] Instance of the first, is The Great Pyramid of Giza, and of the second the feelings and sensations, like it is well known by all of us. The Chinese, the Indians, and the Polynesians, call bioenergy chi, prana, and mana, respectively.

Psychotronic weapons

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Psychotronic generators were fastly modified and transformed into weapons of the most diverse kind,[26] quite precisely designed in order to attack succesfully to the enemy;[27] there is a lot of studies about the interaction between the head and surrounding electromagnetic (EM) fields, and the consequent development of weapons.[28]

A case study conducted during the Cold War by the U.S. military on "factors that may influence the vitality and performance of the Gunners" defines psychotronics as "the projection or power transmission discipline and mind control[29][30] by individual or collective, or through a dispenser, a kind of disturbing mental".[31] The report adds that "the USSR seems to have made ​​significant progress in developing psychotronic weapons[32] that can seriously affect the combat capability". [33][34][35]

Schizophrenia

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Due to the rise of new materials and nanotechnology, it is quite feasible to incorporate evilly a transductor at some food,[36][37][38][39] in order to continue to sneak up on people, and maybe to listen-talk to the ear of it.[40] Faced with this dilemma, psychotronics, appears as an alternative,[29][41][42] valid as etiological explanation,[31] because there is not commonly an appropriate medical device, explicit, of any kind, focused on the person to detect the cause of voices or other typical symptoms of the "schizophrenic patient". Instead, there is in the internet marketplace, several shopping possibilities of gadgets fit to cancel surrounding radiation[43][44] already mentioned, of which is not well understood which of them, in the end, could be affecting the human body,[45] and especially not know what physical properties possess, which would be desirable in view of no other test (give flying blind) when purchasing some of these gadgets or blocking devices (mobile phone jammer, for example) and/or mental noise cancellers in question.[46]

Psychotronic films

In the eighties, after the appearance of the film The Psychotronic Man and the Fancine Psychotronic Video, the term began to be used also as synonymous of Western B movie.

White Noise it's a film of this century (2005), that presents the electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) as the main topic of that production, in which the well known paranormal activity, is taken care into account giving details of hidden variables that could be involved about it, corresponding to voices of already death or almost death persons, recorded commonly without specialized equipment.

See also

References

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