5. Magic Ray Heals Not Only Eyesight
There was a recent report that created a big stir in the American mass media. It was reported that near-infrared light-emitting diodes produced a protective effect on animals that had been intoxicated with a methyl alcohol. In the experiments, control animals became blind owing to the poisonous action of the methyl alcohol on the retina and optic nerve. Conversely, experimental animals, whose intoxication was followed by three sessions of laser irradiation, developed no dystrophic changes in their eyes.
It is worth noting that American researchers lag 10 to 15 years behind Russian researchers in these problems. It was in 1985 when my colleagues and I developed an experimental model of dystrophic myopia. The results obtained were published in the proceedings of an International Symposium, with the experimental model of myopia being patented in the same year.
The positive effect of low-intensity lasers and LEDs on the human health and vision can be explained in terms of delicate mechanisms of progressive myopia development. Twenty-five years ago, I asked myself: “Can myopia be cured?” After that, I have studied these mechanisms for many years.
At present, myopia is a widespread disease. Up to 43 % of school-leavers become shortsighted. A long-term wearing of glasses cannot stop the myopia progress. Conversely, glasses often promote further development of myopia. As a result, shortsightedness can shade into a serious disease. A shortsighted person needs glasses like a cripple needs crutches. In this sense, glasses are not a remedy for myopia. Furthermore, glasses act as a shield that retains part of the sun energy. This energy does not enter the human brain structures via the eye. This upsets the energy balance of the entire body. It is known that half the energy generated by biochemical processes is expended in physiological functions (such as digestion, blood circulation, respiration, motion, and thinking). The rest of the energy is expended in vision. This is why researchers all over the world search for and develop new specs-free vision recovery techniques. Much has been done in this area by Academician Svyatoslav Fyodorov.
What are the causes of myopia development? The theories of accommodation spasms had dominated for a long time. Accommodation spasms were thought to make the lens unable to alter its curvature. So, shortsighted patients were administered eye drops to alleviate intraocular muscle spasms. Nevertheless, poisonous pupil-dilation drops failed to cure myopia.
American ophthalmologist William Bates refuted the theories of accommodation spasms. He demonstrated that myopia and other refractive maladies (such as farsightedness, astigmatism, and age-related presbyopia) are caused by a disarranged functioning of the extrinsic eye muscles and the visual areas in the cortex. The actual eye is known to be located in the cephalocranial center. It is this center that is responsible for vision. In other words, the actual eye deals with the central nervous system.
A growing eye load, computer-based education, VHS spate, TV broadcast, and environmental pollution produce a detrimental effect on the organ of sight. These factors facilitate the aggravation of shortsightedness, which insensibly shades into a myopic disease. This disease can be complicated by other illnesses. It can even turn into a malignant myopia. Myopia makes people disabled in 25 % of cases.
What is the myopic disease? Can it be prevented and cured? I dedicated 25 years of my scientific work and clinical practice to the study of these issues. Having analyzed the results of literature findings and my personal investigations (I have dozens of research papers and five patents), I unveiled some delicate mechanisms of this disease. Due to this, I developed an author’s healing concept and technique.
My research was motivated by observations during an ophthalmologic expedition to the Altai Mountains in the late 1960s. My colleagues and I encountered a phenomenon we could not explain at that time. The aboriginal hunters of the Altai Mountains had different stages of shortsightedness (this was verified by clinical diagnostic techniques). However, they had the acuity of vision equal to 1.0 (100 %, or more). These hunters were keen riflemen. They could shot a squirrel using a hunting rifle without a telescopic sight at a distance of 100 m, or more. The Altai Mountains and other regions are characterized by pure air, plenty of sun, and spring water. There are neither computers nor TV sets. Because of these aspects, their inhabitants can do without spectacles. Irrespective of clinical refraction (shortsightedness or farsightedness), those people had a keen eyesight. Now, one may state that myopia is caused by civilization and environmental pollution. Myopia is a chronic and long-lasting intoxication of the eye. It is initiated by prenatal or infantile infections. The disease may arise from washing a fetus with a toxic fluid - toxicosis of expectant mothers. Toxins may also invade an individual from an environment. Thereafter, toxins are carried to the eye by blood. Passing through choroidal blood capillaries, toxins are accumulated in lymphatic regions. As is known, the invasion of an organism by foreign elements bring about immune reactions. These reactions are intended to capture and destroy foreign elements. In the eye, cell-mediated immune reactions occur most violently in lymphatic regions. These reactions are accompanied by release of proteolytic enzymes, which decompose foreign proteins. However, they also decompose proteins of the sclera - the white fibrous outer layer of the eyeball. In the case of severe intoxication, toxin fragments block up the drainage channels in the posterior regions of the eyeball and equator. This gives rise to an increase in the intraocular pressure, followed by a gradual outflow of the sclera and of other eye layers. As the process develops, the eye changes from a spherical structure to an elongated one. Shortsightedness rapidly aggravates, with eye tissues exhibiting irreversible changes. The latter are characterized by dystrophic foci and retinal hemorrhages.
We carried out experiments on a model of the myopic disease of the eye. In these experiments, we employed low-intensity laser radiation. This radiation had no cauterizing or damaging effect on eye tissues. The results obtained demonstrated that low-intensity laser radiation stopped dystrophic changes in the eye tissues. It also prevented the development of a myopic disease and its complications.
I carried on investigating the development mechanisms of dystrophic processes in the eye tissues. In the long run, I concluded that myopia, cataract, glaucoma, optic nerve atrophy, and retinal dystrophy are caused by the blocking-up of drainage channels not only in the eye, but also in the kidneys, liver, intestines, skin, bronchi, and lungs.
Recent investigations also proved it. They were performed jointly with Doctor Marina Soshenko in 2002 to 2003. The investigations were made on a whole-blood drop. A scanning microscopy technique was employed, and the Olympus CX41 dark-field microscope was involved. In these experiments, the Professor Pankov’s Glasses device for quantum bioresonance therapy was employed. After a single session, which was performed using this device, we observed new phenomena. They were as follows:
• Lymphocyte phagocytosis function activation. Lymphocytes showed an active motion in the blood plasma. They opened their membranes to capture foreign elements (such as toxins and microbes).
• Blood and lymph purification. After laser irradiation, blood and lymph capillaries began to eject cholesterol lumps into the blood plasma. This phenomenon resembled a toothpaste ejection out of a tube. The cholesterol lumps took the shape of the vessel. I called this phenomenon a tubage-phenomenon.
Hence, when low-intensity laser radiation acts on the eye, it produces not only a cleaning effect on the eye tissues (such as the initial cataract resolution and visual function improvement), but it also improves regenerative processes in the internal organs (such as the liver, kidneys, skin, prostate gland in men, and ovaries in women). An illustrative example of these phenomena is the healing of young women of sterility. It was also found that laser therapy of ophthalmic diseases mitigates symptomatology of the prostate gland adenoma.
New opportunities for treating vascular pathologies and malignant diseases are offered by photodynamic therapy. These opportunities can be realized using both a new generation of the chlorin e6 photosensitizers (Radachlorin, Photoditazine) and the Crystal 2000 laser diode device.
Today, the results of my scientific investigations are used in the “Magic Ray” Laser Medicine Center, which I head. In this center, we tackle not only the aforementioned problems, but we also deal with malignant ophthalmic diseases.