Kirlian photography in the treatment of eye disease

Kirlian Photography evolved from a technology first developed by Georg Lichtenberg in 1777, when he noticed electromagnetic discharges in the high-frequency field of the human body.

by Edward C. Kondrot —

Kirlian Photography evolved from a technology first developed by Georg Lichtenberg in 1777, when he noticed electromagnetic discharges in the high-frequency field of the human body. In the beginning of the 20th century, an English physician, Dr. Walter Kilner, discovered that the human aura could be observed through a plate glass stained with dicyanide. He observed that changes in fatigue, disease and mood changed the shape and color of the fine, pulsating cloud.

In 1930, Russian scientists, Semjon and Valentina Kirlian, succeeded in observing the high-frequency field of living subjects without endangering the organism in any way. Professor F.A. Popp, the famous German light physicist, states, “The correspondence between Kirlian photography and the surface of the skin is important in regards to diagnostic evaluation.”

The greatest advance in the utilization of Kirlian photography was made through the efforts of Dr. Peter Mandel, a German acupuncturist. He observed that by treating disease states with acupuncture points, the corresponding deficiencies in the Kirlian photograph would change. After years of research, Dr. Mandel developed a diagnostic and treatment program based on Kirlian analysis.

Disease states are caused by energy blockages. The Kirlian photograph helps determine the body’s overall energy flow and locations of energy blockage which are manifested in the disease state. Dr. Mandel categorized types of energy patterns on the Kirlian into endocrine, toxic and degenerative.

Endocrine is the pre-disease state; the patient has symptoms but there is no discernable pathology. The Kirlian can be extremely valuable in locating the area of blockage. The second type of disturbance in the energy pattern is the toxic state, when tissue changes develop, such as inflammation, congestion and blockages of energy flow in the body. The third type is the degenerative type, when the body begins to show destructive tissue changes.

The Kirlian machine has been used to examine changes with eye disease in macular degenerations. An endocrine pattern of energy would indicate a loss of vision with no observable tissue changes in the macula. This would be an individual who has difficulty adapting to light, light sensitivity and dimness of vision. Yet in a routine eye examination, no changes would be observed. In these cases, Kirlian detects the location of a blockage that might otherwise be missed.

 

Dr. Edward Kondrot, M.D.(H), CCH, DHt, is a board-certified ophthalmologist and certified homeopathic doctor in practice in Phoenix. He is the author of Healing the Eye the Natural Way: Alternative Medicine and Macular Degeneration and Microcurrent Stimulation: Miracle Eye Cure. www.healingtheeye.com, 602-631-4504 or 800-430-9328.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 25, Number 6, December 2006/January 2007.

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