What is that, actually? And where are they?
Our cosmos – all living organisms, human beings, animals and plants – consists of only a one billionth part of solid matter, the atomic nuclei and the electrons around them. In between is a lot of space that seems to be “empty”. This “empty space” is filled with electromagnetic waves. These waves are in contact with each other and also with the outside world. They communicate.
In his standard work „Informative Medicine“ physicist Dr. W. Ludwig writes:
„Quantum physics has proved that oscillating quantums (interdependency quantums, particularly photons) are superordinated to and influence matter.
Nobel prize winner Carlo Rubia (Nobel prize 1984), general director of the particle accelerator CERN close to Geneva, wrote: „We usually view only the matter because we can see and touch it. Much more important are the interdependency quantums that hold together and regulate matter.“
Prof. F.A. Popp did extensive tests and researches that show that a dying cell emits abruptly its light to give it to the modulated structure information of its surrounding so a new cell with the same structure can arise.
Cells communicate through light – this light is what are the biophotons. The interdependency level – the biophoton level – is superordinated to and operates matter. Consequently all living processes are proceeded due to biophotons.
Dr. W. Ludwig
Dr. W. Ludwig's (1927 – 2004) ambition was to generate with a device electromagnetic waves that the body will understand. They have to be natural as in undisturbed nature to be able to cause a reaction in the body. Therefore he did research about the environmental signals that surround us naturally. (Schumann frequency, Geomagnetic and Solar frequencies). His doctoral research study was about the influence of electromagnetic fields to the nervous system.