The Philosophy of Prof. Dr. h.c. Christos Drossinakis
The spirit rules over energy and matter.
The spirit affects the psyche and the physique.
The psyche affects the body, and the body affects the psyche.
Christos Drossinakis specialises in the effects of electromagnetic waves on biological systems in experimental healing.
Drossinakis believes that human beings are first and foremost physics.
The function of biological systems
All biological systems operate using two thirds of electromagnetic energy and one third of biochemical energy. All chemical and biochemical systems are dependent on one carrier or supplier of electromagnetic energy.
Life originated from radiation and exists through radiation. A biological system is not viable without radiation.
is the study of the mode of action of frequency ranges of the biophoton’s energy that restore electromagnetic and biological functions and systems that are out of balance. Gamma rays, for example, destroy functions in biological systems while other frequency ranges activate energetic states.
There are three fundamental processes in the field of electromagnetics that form the basis for maintaining all vital functions:
Firstly: Various resonance couplings occur in biological systems.
Biological systems are sensitive transmitters and receivers of electromagnetic waves that interact with natural frequencies. The human being is a living antenna with biological reception and transmission mechanisms.
Secondly: The main interactions that occur in biological systems are electromagnetic in nature. The genetic transmission of information in biological systems takes place internally and externally through electromagnetic waves.
Thirdly: DNA, which is in fact a very complex and dynamic system, acts as the central control point in these communication structures of cells, organs and organisms. Each cell rhythmically resonates with the interaction of radiation occurring in its environment, since we live in a world that is full of energy.
Life is information
All actions occurring within biological systems take place after the memory evaluation of the control processes of information. Electromagnetic radiation fields are used to control atomic particles (e.g. electrons in the atomic nucleus, protons and neutrons) and the emitted photons, which serve as regulators for biochemical metabolic processes. The energy of the biophotons is generated by metabolic processes in the biochemical field. Thus, humans beings are energy.
Water can store billions of pieces of information. Humans are largely made up of water. By changing the information of water through electromagnetic waves, energetic states are activated and changed within biological systems. The body water absorbs the information, changes and activates functional structures in the biological system. Water as well as the molecular and atomic structure of matter is the basis for the storage, processing and transmission of information in all biological systems.
Diseases arise because
the energetic state for the optimal functioning of a biological system is not present. It is caused by imbalances of the energy system due to electromagnetic changes. Photons, especially biophotons, change the electromagnetic system in such a way that biological systems resume their optimal functioning.
Physical principles within biological systems
The cornerstones of physics are at work in all biological systems. These include:
Gravity from Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity of 1915, Max Planck's quantum theory and Boltzmann's theory of thermodynamics.
Drossinakis developed the theory of temperature based on the 2nd thermodynamic law.
The theory of temperature states the following:
- We do not know the boundary between health and illness.
- Biological systems are open systems that release and absorb energy from their environment.
Physically speaking, there is either an electromagnetic energy deficiency or an electromagnetic energy incompatibility, i.e. no specific entropy.
In all biological systems, these differences lead to an energy incompatibility with an anomaly of the system's specific entropy.
The optimal functioning of a biological system occurs between 35.1 degrees Celsius and 36.6 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is below 35.1 degrees Celsius or above 36.6 degrees Celsius, functional disorders of the biological system occur and humans become ill. As soon as an energy loss under 35.1 degrees Celsius occurs, the biological system becomes stressed. An energy deficiency arises and the biological system no longer functions optimally, leading to mental and physical illnesses.
The source of all diseases is an energy deficiency caused by endogenous and exogenous factors. At over 36.6 degrees Celsius, Drossinakis speaks of an energy intolerance.
In case of an energy deficiency or an excess of energy (energy intolerance), neither the psyche (thoughts and feelings) nor the physique (bodily functions) functions optimally. The first sign of an energy deficiency is fatigue. In order to compensate for the energy deficiency , it is important to rest when tired, to wear warm clothes, to eat warm food and to avoid the loss of energy through cold temperatures.
The system regulates energy deficiencies with fever, therefore different temperatures prevail in different regions of the body, meaning the distribution of thermal energy is not homogeneous.
Understanding the functioning of cancer cells - cancer theory
In experimental healing, we investigate the biopsychology of cancer cell behaviour and the underlying physiological and psychological behavioural patterns of electromagnetic mechanisms of action, as well as the behavioural structures that allow cancer cells to exist.
In order for a cancer cell to exist, a behaviour that triggers coordinating programmes with its motivation must be present. These programmes trigger the functions required for the cancer cell along with its differing course of genetic development and control the state of maturation.
The rankings of cancer cell populations and their effects on a particular behaviour, as well as their own endogenous social relationships, affect the intensity of the readiness of instinctual actions and their characteristics.
The stimulus intensity of all groups, cancer cells - viruses - bacteria, depends on action-specific potentials of endogenous structures, which in turn are controlled by instinctive actions caused by external and internal conditions. If the readiness of instinctive actions decreases, then optimal stimuli are ineffective with a decreasing action-dependent psychological and physiological state.
The representation of complex systemic relationships in the theoretical sense depends on certain system analyses of the cancer cell population and their social behaviour.
A cancer cell has up to 9 to 16 times more energy than an optimally functioning cell. Among other things, fermentation processes are decisive for the development of a cancer cell. The cancer cell draws its energy from its environment. It withdraws energy from the bioenergetic system in order to promote its own growth. Thus, the system lacks the energy to maintain optimal functioning.
Stress arises in the system, the cell reaches the limits of its capacity, changes its function to fermentation processes and develops a mutational structure that ensures constant and rapid changes. Due to the mutational structure, the cancer cell constantly changes its behaviour. The growth and reduction of the tumour, the cancer cell population, occurs through the expansion and contraction of the space between the cancer cells, meaning the cancerous cellular substances increase or decrease.
In a tumour, the Brownian movement of molecular structures is found in extracellular substances, in the tumour’s water. The movement of the water molecules creates mechanical energy on the cell membrane. The kinetic energy generates electromagnetic and thermodynamic energy. The movement of the molecules creates a greater entropy. The greater the entropy, the more energy the cancer cell has for its functioning and the faster the cell mutates.
Therefore, the interactions between electromagnetic and biochemical information reach a higher level. This intelligent growth uses the cancer cell population, the tumour, which receives information through electromagnetic and biochemical energy, for its survival, i.e. For mutation, metastasis, i.e. cell migration.
The cancer cell population, the tumour, is coupled to the brain. It is therefore not a question of destroying the cancer cell, but rather of investigating which programmes cause the mutation. We should consider thinking of the biological system as specifically knotted waves. The matter of biological systems does not exist in a form we are familiar with, but is, from a physical point of view, a special form of energy.
The research proves the effectiveness of the transmission of electromagnetic waves into biological systems.
Many diseases cannot yet be regulated by current medical practice. Experimental healing paves the way for finding more ways for humanity to overcome symptoms.