Kozyrev’s Mirrors

Kozyrev’s Mirrors. Abstract

Kozyrev’s Mirrors: In 1989, in the high-latitude village of Dikson, as the embodiment of the synergetic ideas of Professor N.A. Kozyrev and Academician V.P. Kaznacheev, an expeditionary detachment of the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine of the Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences, a detachment led at that time A.V. Trofimov, Candidate of Medical Sciences, built the world’s first reflective Mirrors – reflectors and concentrators of hypothetical flows of “energy-time”, allowing to observe in this zone future events not realized in the present. MNIIKA named after Academician V.P. Kaznacheev.

Kozyrev’s Mirrors

“Kozyrev’s Mirrors” is a spiral cylindrical structure of concave aluminum sections that reflects and focuses various types of radiation emanating from biological objects, including so-called streams. “Energy-time” / by N.А. Kozyrev /. The classic design of “Kozyrev’s Mirrors” consists of sheets of polished aluminum, a specific alloy, constituting a cylinder or spiral, open clockwise or counterclockwise in 1.5 turns, inside which the measuring equipment and the chair of the experimenter are located.

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Kozyrev’s Mirrors

According to the avant-garde researchers-biophysicists, which is not yet recognized by some part of the scientific community, the density of “energy-time” changes in the space of such mirrors, and volunteers placed there can experience special states of consciousness.

V.P. Kaznacheev and A.V. Trofimov, this design is named after the Soviet astrophysicist Nikolai Aleksandrovich Kozyrev, the author of Causal Mechanics. RF patent for invention No. 2122446

1990 – 1999 at the Dikson base, using improved mirror installations, 3 global programs were implemented – “Banner of Peace”, “Arctic Circle” and “Northern Lights” to study remote information interactions between people with synchronous astronomical time participation of more than 5 thousands of people located in different parts of the planet.

It was shown that in the “Mirrors” zones of the so-called. “Densified streams of energy-time” / by N.А. Kozyrev /, providing instant transmission and reception of information at ultra-long distances. The research results for all subsequent years, including 2018, can be found in the monograph by A.V. Trofimova “Mirrors in Kozyrev’s Holographic Universe”, St. Petersburg: Russian Space Society, 2018.

Thus, in a series of polar studies, it was proved that from the “Mirrors” on Dikson, access to information not yet realized in the present opens.

This unique predictive capability for many years of further work by Novosibirsk scientists, no longer in the Far North, but at the new base of the Moscow Research Institute of Research and Development in the Novosibirsk Akademgorodok, has received convincing scientific confirmation and international recognition. In 2017-2018 the technology of “mirror virtual forecasting” of earthquakes was developed and successfully tested.

Based on his astronomical experiments with “mini-mirrors, reflectors of” energy-time “flows from the sun and other stars, N.A. Kozyrev, who also visited Dikson in the 1970s and 1980s, argued that past and future events are present in the present.

A.V. Trofimov.

In MNIIKA them. Academician V.P. Kaznacheev, in a series of high-latitude works, it was shown that access to unrealized future events is opened only from Kozyrev’s Mirrors located above 73 degrees N. or technologically associated with the circumpolar “auroral oval”.

At a new stage in the development of the Arctic, the organization of a polar forecasting center at Dikson, which provides comparative monitoring of present and future events (weather and climatic, glaciological, economic and others), seems to be one of the urgent state tasks. Together with partners, MNIIKA continues interdisciplinary research to improve Kozyrev’s Mirrors as a unique neo-noospheric instrument.

Construction description

Ru. patent for invention No. 2141357 “Kozyrev’s Mirrors” for 30 years, used in scientific and experimental work carried out under the leadership of V.P. Kaznacheev and A.V. Trofimov, is an author’s device that forms a working space of aluminum plates (specific alloy) 1.5 mm thick, up to 300 cm high, 120 cm wide, with a polished surface and with a curvature that provides focus at a distance of 50 cm from the working surface and interconnected in the form of a cylindrical or spiral reflective structur

Description of the use of “Kozyrev’s Mirrors” are increasingly being used in the field of space anthropoecology for fundamental research of the functional reserves of the human brain, their opening and development, taking into account the heliogeophysical situation at various stages of ontogenesis of the organism.

Recall that in the early 90s in Novosibirsk and Dikson under the leadership of Academician of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences V.P. Kaznacheev and Doctor of Medical Sciences. A.V. Trofimov, global experiments on remote transmission from Kozyrev’s Mirrors were successfully carried out figuratively. symbolic information. According to the results of multi-day studies with the participation of more than five thousand people from twelve countries of the world, it was shown that many volunteers who were located in the focus of Kozyrev’s Mirrors, and in fact, in the focus of their own reflected radiation, reveal the reserve capacities of the brain that provide reception and transmission of information over ultra-long distances.

Researchers who were stationed in the Kozyrev Mirrors in preparation for the transmission of information experienced a variety of psychophysical sensations, as if “leaving their own body”, making “time travel”. transcontinental and even space flights.

Volunteers trained according to the methods of MNIIKA steadily reproduced the effects of accurate description of distant objects (Remote Viewing) of broadcasting mental information at ultra-long distances, which was confirmed by the results of multivariate correlation analysis (review of the future), including the result of the project “Mirror” 2017-2018.

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