Author: Sakai Yuzo//Sasaki Shigemi
Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, University of Electro-communications
Conference/Journal: Japanese Mind-Body Science
Date published: 1994
Other: Volume ID: 3 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 51-64 , Special Notes: Article in Japanese , Word Count: 272
We have investigated the possibility of outer-qi emission and its control not by human qi-senders but by two artificial electric Psi-devices, one is a diode coil and the other is a needle-ring electrode, and obtained some positive results for each Psi-device as follows.
1. Diode coil.
A diode coil attached around the waist of human body was found to induce significant variations in blood circulation condition (APG-index), electrical conductivity of meridian points (AMI), and body surface temperature. There seemed no recognizable differences between the effects by qi-senders and those by diode coils
l) APG-index varied apparently in about 50% of the cases studied.
2) 28 values of BP/AP of AMI varied individually rather than in terms of the average.
3) In spite of relaxed conditions, body surface temperatures were observed to decrease in some cases.
4 ) Diode coil seemed to have an electric parity depending on the differences of the sex.
2. Needle-ring electrode
Between the ring and a needle installed in the right center of that ring, sine wave frequencies were applied by function-generators. Samples of water were exposed to those sine wave packets. Variations of electric conductivity of sample water were measured for 10 hours. Similar or somewhat more enhanced variations were observed in comparison to those by human qi-senders.
1) Applying sine wave frequencies with off-set voltage, the needle-ring electrode emits much stronger artificial outer-qi than without it.
2) The effect of off-set voltage on the emission of artificial outer-qi is more enhanced when the direction of voltage vector points to the needle outside of the ring than when it is reversed.
3) Changing the combination of sine wave frequency packets, artificial outer-qi emission is expected to be controlled.