Kirlian Research

Diagnostic potential of GDV technique

Prof Korotkov confirmed earlier observations of other researchers, including Semion Kirlian from Russia, Dr Mandel from Germany and Prof Milhomens in Brazil, that the stimulated electro-photonic glow around human fingertips contained coherent and quite comprehensive information about the human state - both physiological and psychological.

For example, by analyzing correctly stimulated and recorded Kirlian images it seems possible to quantify whether a person is stressed, tired or unwell and determine bio-energetic electro-photonic performance of the body and mind.

In brief, stress and other negative factors seem to disrupt the uniformity, coherence and the magnitude of the human electro-photonic glow measured with the GDV instrument.

Even though the pattern recognition methodology of the electro-photonic glow is still at an early stage of development, extensive clinical trials conducted across Russia since 1997 demonstrated that the correlation between the GDV and conventional diagnostic techniques can be as high as 98%. Following clinical trials and the recommendation of The Russian Academy of Science, the GDV technique and equipment have been approved since 1999 by health authorities in Russia for general clinical use without limitations. This approval is current and can be viewed here. Today GDV systems of Prof Korotkov are in use in some 20 countries.

The GDV diagnostic system of Prof Korotkov is based on stimulating and recording ~40 ms of the electro-photonic glow around all ten fingertips, one at a time.

Using clinically verified charts and methods developed by Prof Korotkov it is possible to determine, not only what happens in the human body, but also where it happens – by examining specific sectors of the electro-photonic glow. The GDV diagnostic method is fast, non-invasive and most importantly it is systemic: all major organs and systems and their interactions can be seen at a glance.

Clinically verified sectors of the Kirlian glow around human fingertips contain information about relative bio-energetic performance of various organs.

Electro-photonic GDV (Gas Discharge Visualization) has the potential to serve as a powerful and comprehensive medical diagnostics tool, capable of showing malfunctions of the body and mind long before any physical symptoms become evident.

By utilizing the potential of electro-photonic GDV it should be possible to take preventive measures, rather than wait until emergency treatments and surgery are required.