PUBLICATIONS AND LITERATURE - READING

OVERVIEW

FOUNDATIONS OF QUANTUM THERAPY - 20 YEARS LONGER LIFE.


Foundations of Quantum Therapy
Live 20 YearsLonger?
Physics, the Medicine of Tomorrow


This book introduces the reader approached with understandable words to the action of magnetic energy in the organism. Underpinned by research, it clearly explained with lots of graphics and images, the differences between various magnetic fields and their therapeutic uses and indications.

Moreover, the benefits and importance of the preventive use of magnetic fields in medicine is presented in detail. Detail the treatment is in particular the new Quantron resonance system, whose development the author was involved to a considerable extent.

Own illness experience brought the entrepreneur, inventor and engineer, Dr. Gerhard Fischer to make detailed deal with the basic principles of magnetic therapy has long known. His book draws the arc from the ancient Egyptian to contemporary albums magnet therapy magnetic quanta, the so-called "quantum therapy", which opens up a new dimension in the history of medicine.

4th completely revised and enlarged edition 2002, 596 Pages
ISBN 3-9520580-4-9

Contents

Foreword by Dr. Linus Pauling
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Robert O. Becker
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Peter Meissner
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Jovanovic SD
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Ing habil. M. Krauss
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Ing habil mult. Juergen Waldmann
Foreword by Prof. Dr. Eddie Meier
Thanksgiving
Contents
Author's Preface
Preface to the first Edition of Prof. Dr. Ing HL King
FIT or high 4: How did this book
Quantron or: The breakthrough is made

Chapter 1
Confronted with the disease

Chapter 2
Biomagnetism: As old as mankind

Chapter 3
Our own experience with acupuncture and magnet plasters

Chapter 4
Therapies with permanent magnetism?

Chapter 5
The importance of natural and industrial magnetic fields for our lives

Chapter 6
From the permanent magnet to the pulsing magnetic field

Chapter 7
From the ivory tower of research
Report in the German NDR television Quantron

Chapter 8
Of fleas and frequencies

Chapter 9
"The Office" Magnetic Therapy

Chapter 10
Scientific publications + clinical results

Chapter 11
Basic research at the University of Saarland

Chapter 12
And elite riders

Chapter 13
Recognition by the health insurance

Chapter 14
Assessments by medical practitioners

Chapter 15
Magnetic field therapy major study 50,000 patients

Chapter 16
The studies of Professor Pelka

Chapter 17
From the sinus to the sawtooth

Chapter 18
Physiology of quantum therapy

Chapter 19
Nature as a model of Quantron

Chapter 20
Cell frequencies against the meditations and stress

Chapter 21
The amplitude of the window - the master key to longer life

Chapter 22
The Wuppertal study

Chapter 23
Quantron system - Scientific Impact Studies

Chapter 24
Scientists background - Quantronikpatente

Chapter 25
A more fundamental study from the University of Graz

Chapter 26
The worldwide research project

Chapter 27
Quantron - doctors and users report

Chapter 28
The Quantum Medicine - How many diseases it really?

Afterword by Prof. Dr. Rainer B. Pelka
Glossary
Appendix
Participated in the QRS Research
Scientific publications of Prof. Dr. Fischer AG
Limits for pulsed magnetic fields
Electromagnetic Fields
Limits and effects of magnetic fields
QRS - a world - a patented system
7 Steps to scientific recognition
Literature and sources
Further research literature
Index

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OVERVIEW

BODY ELECTRIC - THE BODY ELECTRIC


Body Electricity - The Body Electric
Electromagnetism and the Origin of Life

(German translation of the original edition of "The Body Electric - Electromagnetism at the Foundation of Life")

The author Prof. Dr. med R.0. Becker (twice proposed for the Nobel Prize) is known internationally for his spectacular body of research in the field of electricity. Professor Becker has written several books, in the meantime have become bestsellers, published in the United States.

"The Body Electric" tells the fascinating story of our bioelectric selves. Prof. Dr. Robert 0th Becker, the pioneering research in the field of regeneration and its relation to electrical currents in living organisms calls the widely held mechanistic understanding, on our bodies. He found evidence of the healing process in a long time been regarded as outdated 18th theory of the "vitalist" of Century, that electricity is vital to the life process.

But Prof. Beckers are so exciting discoveries that give an outlook to the time when they may one day even human limbs, spinal column, nerves and organs can be regenerated after they have suffered damage - equally fascinating is the story of Professor Becker's struggle operate with the "traditional" science and the authorities to such independent research to be able to.

Quantum Medicine Volume 3
455 pages
ISBN 3-9520560-5-7

 

Contents

Dedications 4
Acknowledgments 5
A word from the co-author of six
How it came to the German translation
Foreword by Dr. Eddie Meier Professional 7
Contents 13
Preface to the revised edition 18
Introduction: The Promise of Art 19
Additions to "The Body Electric", 1985 edition
Introduction: The Promise of Art 27

Part 1 - Waxing and regrowth 33

1st Chapter 35
The head of the Hydra and the blood of Medusa 35
Non-healing bone fractures 40
A fairy tale comes true 43

2nd Chapter 53
The embryo at the wound 53
The growth mechanism 55
Control Problems 61
Nerve connections 70
Vital electricity 76
Addendum revised first and second Chapter 85

3rd Chapter 89
The sign of the miracle 89
90 The Tribunal
The reversals 93

Part 2 - The attraction power 99

4th Chapter 101
The potentials of life 101
Unpopular Science 104
Undercurrents of Neurology 108
A new type of line 115
To the test 118

5th Chapter 129
The cycle of becoming aware 129
The circle is 116
The artifact-husband and a friend in deed 132
The electromagnetic brain 138
Addendum revised
Second to fifth Chapter 147

6th Chapter 151
The Ticklish Gene 151
The pillars of the temple 151
The internal electronics of the bone 160
One surprise in the blood 171
Dedifferentiation in self-service 179
The genetic key 182

7th Chapter 189
Good News for Mammals 189
A rat leg takes the first step 191
Childhood staff, adult 195 prospects

Part 3 - Our secret healing power 203

8th Chapter 205
The Silver Wand 205
Negative for growth, plus 205 for infection
Positive surprise 212
The business with the 220 fractures

9th Chapter 226
The tree body 226
Cartilage 233
Skull 236
Eyes 236
Muscles 238
Abdominal organs 239

10th Chapter 243
The heart of Lazarus 243
The blastema with the big alarm 244

11th Chapter 251
The network that mends itself 251
Peripheral nerves 254
The spinal cord 256
The Brain 263

12th Chapter 266
Correction 266
A reintegrative approach 271

Part 4 - The essence of life 279

13th Chapter 281
The missing chapter 281
The body constellation 286
Integrating orbits 92
Fifth revised and supplementary thirteenth chapter 299

14th Chapter 309
Breathe with the earth 309
The reputation of the country 317
The face of the depth of 324
Evolution at a Crossroads 331
Hear without ears 335

15th Chapter 343
Maxwell's Silver Hammer 343
Subliminal stress 349
352 power versus human
Fatale 359 points
The Central Nervous System 360
Endocrine system, metabolic system, circulatory system 365
Growth systems, and immune response 369
Competing Limits 385
Invisible warfare 400
Critical Connections 412

Epilogue: Political Science 417

Addendum revised third section and epilogue 440

Glossary 447

The authors 453

Afterword 454

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OVERVIEW

ELECTROSMOG


Molecular Biological Evidence of the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields and Radiation

This scientific documentation of Audras Dr. Varga is the ideal complement to the numerous published biological building experience from practice. A former research assistant at the University of Heidelberg provides technical explanations and evidence for this complex subject of electromagnetic fields and biological effects. The focus of the human being as part of its environment. Versatile, richly illustrated and is always underpinned by research, Varga leads through topics such as electricity and magnetism, low frequency, and Hochfrequzenz, nature and technology, biological signals and electromagnetic sensitivity. ZeIlkommunikation and pineal gland, calcium and cancer.

He tells of his experiments with animals, cited international research results for health hazards has criticized official limits, and warns against the unconscious deal with everyday electromagnetic fields. A treasure trove of physical explanations, calculations, formulas, biological mechanisms, references and media publications.

177 pages
ISBN 3-8311-3097-3

 

Contents

Introduction
I. THEORETICAL PART
1st Man is part of its environmental
2nd Biologically relevant environmental factors
3rd Electromagnetic pollution - a complex problem
4th Interaction between the human body and electromagnetic environment
5th Interpretation of the elements of a circuit
5.1. Electric charge
5.2. Voltage
5.3. Electrical resistance
5.4. Electric field, as well as coverage
5.5. Electrical power and impact categories
5.6. Magnetic flux density and
5.7. Near fields, far fields and radiation
5.8. Radiance - Poyintingvektor
5.8.1. Some biologically relevant power densities
5.8.2. Natural and artificial radiation density in the everyday
5.8.3. By comparison, threshold (signal power) of our sense organs
5.9. Inorganic atoms and organic biomolecules and some interatomic or intermolecular binding energies
5.10. Radiant atoms and dipoles
5.11. The cell membrane and
6th Biosignal and electrical sensitivity
7th Biological signals and cellular communications
7.1. Plasma membrane serves as a signal
7.2. Signal transmission through neural pathways
7.3. Disruption of membrane potential
7.4. Disruption of transmembrane proteins
7.5. Deception of the synapse
7.6. Synesthetic effect
8th The pineal gland
8.1. Electrical impulses from the retina
8.2. Direct exposure to stray radiation
9th The cancer problem
9.1. Cancer initiators
9.2. Cancer promoters

PART II PRACTICAL
10th Natural electric fields equal
10.1. At ground level
10.2. In the atmosphere - lightning strikes
11th Elektrophorprinzip
12th Electrostatic fields in everyday life
12.1. Health Hazard
12.2. Material damage
13th Increased fish growth - Ciba-Geigy
14th Screen electrostatic fields
15th Electrical double layer in biology
15.1. Interaction between dipoles and ions
15.2. Notion of Zeta, Eta and galvanic potential
15.3. Polypeptide as an electric dipole, zwitterion, protein interfacial
15.4. Displacement and orientation polarization
15.5. Field jumps at interfaces, refractive index
16th Basis of the air ion technology
16.1. Bipolar air ions
16.2. Unipolar positive and negative air ions
16.3. Application of air ions (neutralization, condensation nuclei, inhalation therapy)
17th The natural magnetic field of the Earth
17.1. Magnetic dipole moment, electron and nuclear spins
17.2. Larmor precession
17.3. Dia-and paramagnetic biomaterials
17.4. Oxidation scheme of the paramagnetic oxygen
18th Biological effects of static magnetic field
18.1. Magnetic static field combined with 50 Hz alternating field
18.2. Magnetosomes
18.3. Aorta in a stationary magnetic field
18.4. Blood-tests for astronauts
18.5. Cancer promotion by static magnetic field in rats
18.6. Screening of static magnetic fields
19th Biological effects of low frequency (LF) alternating fields
19.1. Effect on plants
19.2. Effect on microorganisms
19.2.1. Gas formation in the yeast
19.2.2. Change the growth kinetics
19.2.3. Increased dry biomass (amino acid analysis)
19.2.4. Search for active components in the substrate (nutrient, oxygen, water) 19.2.5. Reduction of electrokinetic values ??at the cell membrane surface
19.2.6. Altered cell membrane by osmotic pressure
19.3. Experiments with chicken embryos fertilized in NF-fields
19.4. Effect of NF-fields on human
19.4.1. Natural field (Sverics)
19.4.2. Technical Fields - High voltage power lines
19.4.3. Displacement and eddy currents in the body
19.4.4. Calculation of induced current density in the body (see also 20.6.)
19.4.5. Stray fields in the home
19.4.6. Box jumps to the body surface
19.4.7. Limits the electric accident
19.4.8. Increased cancer risk among high-voltage overhead power lines and electrical trades
19.5. Results from animal experiments for NF-fields
20th Biological effects of radiofrequency (RF) fields and radiation
20.1. Total transmit power in Germany (3.56 MW)
20.2. Inventory of all approved radio equipment in Germany
20.3. Use of the spectrum (civilian, military)
20.4. Exposure to electromagnetic radiation in Germany
20.4.1. Natural background levels
20.4.2. In rural location
20.4.3. In an urban environment
20.4.4. In the vicinity of masts
20.4.5. By "mobile" mobile devices
20.5. Maximum absorption rate in humans
20.6. Current density in the body of a man near a transmission tower
20.7. Recommended clearances
21st Some relevant laboratory results as evidence for the interaction between RF fields, radiation and life processes
21.1. Calcium ion distribution in brain cell (in chicks, rats, cats)
21.2. Inhibition of melatonin synthesis in the pineal gland under EM radiation (light)
21.3. Inhibition of melatonin synthesis by ELF field (2-39 kV / m) to 2 / 2 weeks
21.4. Embryos (rats) are in the womb is not shielded from the radiation
21.5. Evidence of cancer-inhibiting effect of melatonin
21.6. The immune system is by EMF (60 Hz) weakened by 20% (T-lymphocytes)
21.7. The cancer promoter phorbol ester is activated by EMF
21.8. The enzyme ornithine Dekarboxilase is activated by RF-EM-rays
21.9. Short-term (30 min) reduction of activity of the enzyme protein kinase in lymphocytes
21.10. EEG - is changed
21.11. Chicken embryo experiments with RF radiation
21.12. Cow's milk in the microwave oven
22nd DIN recommendation is a technical and not a biological plant

III. PROPERTY LIST

IV LITERATURE
23.1. Relevant literature
23.2. Further Reading

V. EQUIPMENT

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QRS - MAGNETIC THERAPY - PRESENT AND FUTURE


QRS magnetic field therapy - present and future
First International Symposium "Quantum Medicine in Research and Practice", Darmstadt / Weiterstadt 02 April 2001


In the spirit of "quants" as known to the smallest amount of energy of electromagnetic radiation is the discovery of the German and Russian physicists and biologists Dertinger and Kruglikov that cells use the noise as an energy source for information-driven processes and thereby create selected frequency windows based, is of fundamental importance for the whole of medicine .

Minimum fields can cause by exploiting the so-called resonance maximum therapeutic effect. In the center of the communication between the cells are characteristic frequencies contained in the noise signal. Thus, it is a logical consequence, as underscored by the international symposium QRS, QRS ® in a quantum treatment and overall to speak of a quantum medicine.

As well as results of clinical evaluation with QRS ® showed, the strength of a certain reaction is often not to the intensity of the applied field strength is proportional, but increases with increasing intensity in different cases even decreased. This was also observed in the determination of dose-effect relationships for drugs. The traditional school of thought "more is better" will be to think through the meaning of the new quantum therapy. May also contribute to the present proceedings.

3rd Edition
170 pages

ISBN 3-908560-05-5

 

Contents

Preface of the editors - EC Fischer, RB Pelka 6

Chapter A: Talks

M. Krauss, EG Fischer / Germany:
Plenary: QRS magnetic field therapy - present and future 9

VM Baranov (Russia), KA Truchanov (Russia) and J. Waldmann / Germany:
Electromagnetic fields - from the perspective of the cosmos and the cosmos 32

G. Fischer / Austria:
Pulsed magnetic fields of different intensities - 41 selected results

M. Grandi / Italy:
The ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) - magnetic fields in the accompanying and / or iatrogenic diseases in oncology, also illustrated by the example of the QRS 59

Pelka RB / Germany:
QRS therapy in cancer patients: results of a double-blind study 62

D. Benjamin / Australia:
Therapy on the cancer process with the system 66 Quantron Resonance

J. Barovic, Z. Turk (Slovenia), G. Fischer, W. Kobinger (Austria):
QRS therapy in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee - Results of a double-blind study, 81

Pelka RB / Germany:
QRS therapy in osteoarthritis: results of a double-blind study, 87

A. Varga (Hungary):
Ion displacement in the human body under QRS therapy 90

W. Haas / Germany:
QRS therapy results from the perspective of a resident physician 91

J. Mittelbach, M. Krauss and J. Waldmann / Germany:
Vital dark blood tests in the field during therapy with the Quantron Resonance System QRS ® 97

Pelka RB / Germany:
Selected results in QRS - Therapies: QRS customer field study in 2000, Biometric analysis of 74 field reports 107
Fitness effects: randomized double-blind study of single QRS application in Bad Neuenahr / Germany (pilot study) 110
Therapy for insomnia: a double blind placebo-controlled study, 114 fields with PEM

Section B: Articles

Bissessar R. Singh (Trinidad & Tobago), J. Addea (Trinidad & Tobago), Ch Posthoff
(Germany), R. Saunders (Trinidad & Tobago), EG Fischer (Germany) and M. Krauss (Germany):
Results of a case study on the therapy with the Quantron Resonance System QRS ® in a 73 year old Parkinson's patient 117
Palm of E. and M. Grabowski / Germany: First experiences with the QRS-body magnetic therapy in 25 patients with intervertebral disc disease 128

M. Krauss, G. Grohmann, V. Rasch and J. Waldmann (all Germany):
Blood flow changes in the retina in normal subjects under QRS therapy - results of a preliminary study 131

M. Krauss, Ch Posthoff, G. Grohmann and D. Bilz (all Germany):
The scaling with the Fibonacci golden ratio as a limit and their use in diagnosis and therapy in the cardiovascular system of the 140 people

R. Funk, RB Pelka (Germany):
QRS osteoporosis treatment: results of a double-blind study at the University Hospital of Frankfurt 153

Section C: Abstracts of the presentations and contributions

C1: Fundamentals, Development and experimental studies

A. Varga (Hungary):
Ion displacement in the human body under QRS therapy 156

J. Mittelbach, M. Krauss and J. Waldmann / Germany:
Vital dark blood tests in the field during therapy with the Quantron Resonance System QRS ® 156

M. Krauss, G. Grohmann, V. Rasch and J. Waldmann (all Germany):
Blood flow changes in the retina in normal subjects under QRS therapy - results of a preliminary study 157

M. Krauss, Ch Posthoff, G. Grohmann and D. Bilz (all Germany):
The scaling with the Fibonacci golden ratio as a limit and their use in diagnosis and therapy in the cardiovascular system of the 157 people

C 2: Applications and Pilot Studies

G. Fischer / Austria:
Pulsed magnetic fields of different intensities - 158 selected results

M. Grandi / Italy:
The ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) - magnetic fields in the accompanying and / or iatrogenic diseases in oncology, also illustrated by the example of the QRS. 158

W. Haas / Germany:
QRS therapy results from the perspective of a resident physician 159

Pelka RB / Germany:
QRS customer field trial 2000: Biometric analysis of 74 field reports 160

Palm of E. and M. Grabowski / Germany:
Initial experience with the QRS-body magnetic therapy in 25 patients with intervertebral disc disease 161

Bissessar R. Singh (Trinidad & Tobago), J. Addea (Trinidad & Tobago), Ch Posthoff
(Germany), R. Saunders (Trinidad & Tobago), EG Fischer (Germany) and M. Krauss (Germany):
Results of a case study on the therapy with the Quantron Resonance System QRS ® in a 73 year old Parkinson's patient 161

C 3: Controlled clinical trials

D. Benjamin / Australia:
QRS therapy in cancer patients: results of a double-blind study, 162

J. Barovic (Slovenia), G. Fischer, Z. Turk and W. Kobinger (Austria):
QRS therapy in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee - Results of a double-blind study, 162

Pelka RB / Germany:
Fitness effects: randomized double-blind study of single QRS application in Bad Neuenahr / Germany 163

Pelka RB / Germany:
Therapy for insomnia: a double blind placebo-controlled study, 163 fields with PEM

C 4: Future research areas

M. Krauss and EG Fischer / Germany:
Plenary: QRS magnetic field therapy - present and future 164

VM Baranov (Russia), KA Truchanov (Russia) and J. Waldmann / Germany:
Electromagnetic fields - from the perspective of the cosmos and the cosmos 164

Chapter D: Outlook

EC Fischer and RB Pelka:
Evaluation of the evidence and research program 166

Chapter E:

List of authors and contact 168

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THE GENTLE POWER


The Soft Power - Standing Out

This fascinating book demonstrates methods, how to gain serenity and superiority. A book that new perspectives for the understanding of our time, our people and our own actions opened.

Ambition, hard work and knowledge alone are not to go forward and go beyond existing boundaries. A completely new way of thinking and level of consciousness is a prerequisite for creating completely new. Therefore it is necessary to drop until all the old baggage and make yourself empty, to make room for new things.

The book shows how to
- When adopting good and fast decisions.
- Increases by 300% performance
- Extends the mental capacity to 10-fold
- Increases the speed of learning up to 50 times.
- Receives an above-average concentration increase.
- Uses a method for changing of habits and character traits
- Uses control intentional mental properties
- Adapts to important laws of life
- Treading the safe path to self-control and discipline

The book teaches
- The self-discovery
- Mastery of mind and body
- Profit through positive thinking
- Complete peace of mind
- Divine Calm

All this together means standing over sovereign!

229 pages
ISBN 3-926688-10-6

 

Contents

Preface 18
Introduction 22

Part 1: Introduction 26
Chapter 1 27
Before you start! 27
The basic attitude 31
Patience, tolerance, generosity, 31
The peace of mind 32
Modesty 33

Chapter 2 35
The link between mind and body 35
Primitive man 36
Present State 37

Chapter 3:
Five steps to steady nerves 40
First Step 40
Second Step 40
Third step 41
Fourth Step 41
Fifth Step 42
Résumé in preparation 43

Part 2: The New Way 45
Preliminary remarks 46

Chapter 4
The 47 test

Chapter 5
Concentration 50
Exercise 1 51
Exercise 2 52
Evaluation of the 53 exercises
I am the helmsman 55

Part 3: Meditation - why, how, what for 58
Chapter 6
External constraints 59
Self-realization 60
A target 61
Meditation - why? 61
Meditation - how? 63
Meditation - what? 64

Chapter 7
Meditation Exercise 66
The space 67
Beginning of meditation 68
Experience 70
Target meditation 72
73 cup of sorrow

Chapter 8
Digression 76
Zen meditation 76
Zen Meditation - think nothing? 82
Silence 83
Concentration - Zen meditation 84
Gardening as another form of meditation 85
The Koan 86
Activity of the mind 88
Activity of intuition 89
Western forms of meditation 89
Autogenic Training 90
Conclusion 92

Part 4: The biofeedback - a revolutionary idea 95
Chapter 9
Biofeedback 96
Training methods of elite athletes - NASA astronaut 98
Biofeedback training program for 99
German research results 100
Father and mother of biofeedback 101
Age relaxation by more than 100 years! 102
The physician is paid only for health maintenance! 103
The manager of Talisman 104

Chapter 10
What says the researcher, Dr. Warnke? 106
The trilogy concept 106
Perfusiometer 107
Tonometer 108
Emotiometer 110

Part 5: Problem Solving - how to solve every problem 111
Chapter 11
How to solve problems 112
Imagination 114
Say no more in your life: That's my problem! 117

Chapter 12
Two forces - one problem is a misunderstanding - an imbalance 118
Two forces that govern our lives 119
See the bridge? To forgive? 120

Chapter 13
The mirror 122
The Zen-consciousness - the mirror 122
The environment - your mirror 123

Chapter 14
Problem Solving 129
What can I do? 130
Dr. Joy 131
What do you choose? 131
The seven inhibitions 132
1st Step 133
2nd Step 134
3rd Step 135

Part 6: The FFF - Training 139
Chapter 15
FFF - What is it? 140
The gentle power of 140
The difference 142
The statement 143
The effect of 145

Chapter 16
The sign 148
An Example 151

Chapter 17
PSDR
The secret recipe

Chapter 18
The five principles 158
Principle No. 1: 162 PSDR
Principle No. 2: It is always so, as it has to come 164
Principle No. 3: The individual must withdraw 167
The whole and the details of 168
To recognize a complex system of 169
Principle No. 4: We can only change ourselves? 172
Principle 5: The only real limit 173
The FFF - 174 Training at a Glance
1st The concentration of 174
2nd Meditation 174
3rd PSDR 174
4th The five principles 175
5th Conscious life 175

Part 7: The 13 Virtues of Benjamin Franklin 177
1st EnthaItsamkeit 178
2nd Silence 178
3rd Rules 178
4th Determination 178
5th Frugality 179
6th Diligence 179
7th Sincerity 179
8th Justice 179
9th Moderation 179
10th Cleanliness I 80
11th Serenity 180
12th Chastity 180
13th Humility 180
My advice 181

Part 8: Self-experience and tips 184
The Example 185
Conclusion 187

Part 9: General Meditation aids 191
Meditation-time 192
The space 192
The bio-rhythm 193
No interference 193
Posture 194
Duration of exercise, 195

Part 10: Digression - standing over 197
Introduction 199
Siddhartha 201
Samana Siddhartha is 203
The target 204
The knower 205
The Awakening 206
A new route 207
The recognition 210
212 really listen
The ferryman 213
Timeless 213
Farewell 215
Self-knowledge 216
Love 217
The best idea 218
Time 218
Conclusion 221
I thank you! 222
Further reading 223
The author 225

PUBLICATIONS AND LITERATURE - READING

OVERVIEW

QRS PUBLICATIONS


1) WR Kukovetz AND G. FISCHER:
Effect of drugs on oxygen consumption of normal and supercooled rat heart-lung preparation.
Nauyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmak. U. exp.
Path. 251, 146 (1965)

2) G. FISCHER:
Characteristics of temperature regulation and a method for hyperthermia in the mouse.
Z. Biol. 115, H.5, 364-371 (1966)

3) GUTTMANN B. and G. FISCHER:
Substance P in the gut and brain during phylogenetic and ontogenetic development.
Z. Biol. 115, No. 6, 445-451 (1967)

4) GUTTMANN B. and G. FISCHER:
Influence the substance P content of the intestine under different experimental conditions.
Z. Biol. 115, No. 6, 452-457 (1967)

5) G. FISCHER:
Qualitative study of the pharmacological substance P content of spinal cord roots.
Z. Biol. 115, No. 6, 457-461 (1967)

6) G. Fischer and V. DOSTAL:
Influence of cold stress on the vaccine infection in rats.
Z.Immun. Forsch. 133, 313-316 (1967)

7) LEMBECK F. and G. FISCHER:
Crossed tachyphylaxis of peptides.
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmak. u. exp.
Path. 258, 452-456 (1967)

8) G. FISCHER:
Studies on the prevention of Serumanaphylaxie by sparteine ??of the broom.
Z. Biol. 116, No. 1, 60-67 (1967)

9) BRANTNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Air quality problems in setting up a thermal power plant.
Dust Reinhaltg. d. air 28, 146-148 (1968)

10) G. FISCHER and H. BRANTNER:
Studies on the significance of air pollution for the region of Graz.
I. The relationship between air pollution, geographical or climatological conditions.
Arch f. Hygiene 152, 385-392 (1968)

11) G. FISCHER and H. BRANTNER:
Studies on the significance of air pollution for the region of Graz.
II The significance of air pollution on agricultural and forestry plants.
Arch f. Hygiene 152, 393-399 (1968)

12) BRANTNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Air pollution problems associated with the erection of a thermal power plant.
Dust Reinhaltg. d. air, English Edition 28,
146-148 (1968)

13) G. FISCHER:
Dell'Hesotin influenza sulla tollernza anossica del cuore-preparato polmone Ratto Tues.
Cardiologia pratica, Supplement N. 2-3,
379-383 (1968)

14) MOSE JR, BRANTNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Studies on air pollution for the region of Graz.
III. Studies on the context and significance of fluorine immission and fluorine excretion in the urine.
F. Arch Hyg. 153, 114-118 (1969)

15) MOSE JR, G. Fischer and H. BRANTNER:
Studies on air pollution for the region of Graz.
IV On the significance of increased fluorine excretion in the urine as a measure of the burden on the city's population by Fluorimmisionen.
Arch, f. Hyg 153rd 234-238 (1969)

16) BRANTNER H., G. Fischer and H. UDERMANN:
Studies on lead exposure in the wire heat treatment shops.
Arch f. Hygiene 153, 312-315 (1969)

17) G. FISCHER:
Studies on an anti-histamine-like effect of streptokinase.
Arzneim-Forsch. 19, 2017-2020 (1969)

18) MOSE JR, G. Fischer and G. Fischer and M. Fischer:
Direct influence of the electrostatic field on the effects of some smooth muscle stimulating drugs.
Z. Biol. 116, No. 5, 354-363 (1970)

19) MOSE JR, and G. FISCHER FISCHER M.:
Influence the serotonin content of brain and intestine by direct electrostatic fields.
Z. Biol. 116, No. 5, 363-370 (1970)

20) G. FISCHER and H. UDERMANN:
Kininfreisetzung from human plasma by streptokinase.
Arzneim-Forsch. 20, 580-585 (1970)

21) G. FISCHER:
Kininfreisetzung by streptokinase after acid-and Phenanthrolinbehandlung from human plasma.
Arzneim-Forsch. 20, 1840-1843 (1970)

22) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The effect of electrostatic dc fields, further results from animal experiments.
Arch f. Hygiene 154, No. 4, 378-386 (1970)

23) G. FISCHER and ALBERT W.
A biologically active peptide from the skin of lampreys.
Naturwiss. 7, 363 (1971)

24) MOSE JR, FISCHER G. and J. PORTA:
The effect of the electrostatic field equal to the oxygen consumption of mouse liver.
Arch f. Hygiene 154, No. 6, 549-552 (1971)

25) G. FISCHER and ALBERT W.
A biologically active peptide from the skin of lampreys (Eudomtomyzon danfordi vladykovi)
ZfNaturforsch. 26b, 1021-1023 (1971)

26) MOSE JR, Schuy S. and G. FISCHER:
Experimental facility for studying the effects of electrostatic fields on the same small laboratory animals and the results obtained.
Biomed.Technik, 17, 65-70 (1972)

27) G. FISCHER and H. BRANTNER:
Studies on air pollution in the Graz area.
V. The influence of Fluorimmisionen on the lawn of a large city. Experimental investigations on Fagus sylvatica I. (beech).
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 155, 425-434 (1972)

28) G. FISCHER and H. BRANTNER:
Studies on air pollution in the Graz area.
VI. Studies on the correlative relationship between the sulfate and fluoride content in leaves of Fagus sylvatica I. (beech) and its significance for the demarcation of immission areas in large cities.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B.155, 435-444 (1972)

29) MOSE JR, Fischer G. MOBASCHIERTE and TB:
About Bakterienkininasen and their physiological significance.
I. Studies on Clostridienstämmen
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. (1972) A. 219, 530-541

30) MOSE JR, and G. FISCHER MOBASCHIERTE TB:
About Bakterienkininasen and their physiological significance.
II studies of E. coli strains.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. (1972) A. 219, 465-472

31) BRANTNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Enzyme studies on an oncolytic acting Clostridienstamm (Cl. butyricum strain M55)
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. (1972) A. 220, 432-434

32) MOSE JR, FISCHER G., and C. BRIEFS:
The effect of Clostridium butyricum (strain M55) to human kininogen and its importance for the Onkolyseprozeß.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. 221, 474-491 (1972)

33) G. FISCHER:
The effect of electrostatic fields equal, results from animal experiments.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Ref. 229, 337-338 (1972)

34) MOSE JR, Fischer, and J. PORTA:
About the persorption tetanus-laden particles.
Z.Immun. Forsch. 144, 251-259 (1972)

35) BRANTNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Investigation of the kininase effective oncolytic Clostridium strain ATCC 13 732 M55 using
Chelating agents.
Path.Mikrobiol. 39, 99-106 (1973)

36) G. FISCHER:
The tetanus toxin-laden particles persorption.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Ref. 230, 376-377 (1972)

37) G. FISCHER:
The bioclimatic importance of electrostatic dc field (Habilitationsschrift).
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig.B. 157, 115-130 (1973)

38) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The effect of the positively directed electrostatic field on the same level of immunity.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. (1974) A. 227, 218-221

39) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
Electrostatic DC fields promote the formation of immune substances.
Umschau in Science and Technology 74, No. 5, 157 (1974)

40) and MOSE JR FISCHER.:
Effect of ellagic acid on the Onkolyseprozeß Clostridienstamm by the M55.
Z. Krebsforsch. 82, 143-152 (1974)

41) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
Effect of ellagic acid on the Onkolyseprozeß by Clostridium M55.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Ref. 240, 357-358 (1974)

42) BRANTNER H., G. Fischer and H. VIVAT:
Studies on the breeding of Clostridiumbutyricum, M55 strain ATCC 13732nd
4th Communication: The Influence of the Peptonqualität Kininaseaktivität.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. A 230, 241-245 (1975)

43) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The electrostatic field as a climate factor?
Wiener medizinische Wochenschrift 125th Jg, 1-3, 30-35 (1975)

44) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
Allow research on the importance of atmospheric electricity bioklimatologische factors bauhygienische conclusions about?
News from the 21st Construction Jg, No. 3, 2-4 (1975)

45) G. FISCHER and U. Eckloff:
Kininase of yeasts.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. A 231, 278-292 (1975)

46) KLINGENBER G HG, MOSE JR, FISCHER G., A. Porta, J. and Sajak:
Metabolic activity of rat liver and in the electrostatic field in the Faraday cage before and after
Hepatectomy.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 161, 137-145 (1975)

47) KLINGENBER GER HG, MOSE JR, FISCHER G., PORTA Sadjak J. and A.
The influence of electrostatic fields on osmolality, neutral fat and cholesterol concentration.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 161, 146-152 (1975)

48) G. FISCHER, H. and Platzer BRANTNER P.
The kininase activity of Ehrlich ascites tumor after treament with Oncolytic Solid Clostridia.
Z. Krebsforsch. 84, 203-206 (1975)

49) BRANTNER H., G. Fischer and H. VIVAT:
Studies on the Cultivation of Clostridium Oncolyticum M55.
5th Communicatin: The Influence of Iron, Zinc and Cobaltous ion on the growth and the kininase activity of clostridium oncolyticum M 55 ATCC 13 732
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.ABT.Orig. A 233, 253-260 (1975)

50) G. FISCHER, R. Waibel and Richter Th:
The effect of line-frequency alternating field on heart rate in rats.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg. I Abt.Orig. B 162, 374-379 (1976)

51-57) Research of Biological Effects of Electric Environmental Factors:
(Abstracts of lectures held on the occasion of a symposium bioclimatological at the Institute for Hygiene in Graz, from October 7 to October 10 (1974). Arch.Met.Geoph.Biokl.Ser.B. 24, 109-116 (1976)

51) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The Electrostatic Field as Bioclimatological Significant Value.

52) KLINGENBER G HG, MOSE JR, FISCHER G., PORTA Sadjak J. and A.
Metabolic Activities of the Rat - Liver During, exposure to Electro Static Fields and Faraday Conditions Before and After Partial Hepatectomy.

53) KLINGENBER G HG, MOSE JR, FISCHER G., PORTA SADAJAK J. and A.
Changes of osmolality and the Concentrations of Triglycerides and Cholesterol During the Influence of Electrostatic Fields.

54) ZOLLNER H. and G. FISCHER:
Effects of the Constant Electrical Field on the Glucose Metabolism in the Liver of Mice.

55) N. GEYER, G. FISCHER, H. Riedel and H. RAMMERS:
The Effect of an artificial climate on Electro-Physiological and Psychological Values.

56) G. Fischer and E. HUNTER:
The Influence of Positive and Negative Small ion on the motility of the Mouse.

57) G. Fischer and Richter Th:
The Influence of the 50-Hz alternating-frequency Field on the Heart of Rats.

58) G. FISCHER:
Elektrobioklimatologie, foundations and research results.
Reprinted from "Cement and Concrete", 21, born No. 1, 1-7 (1976)

59) MOSE JR, G. FISCHER, WHITE, PAM and E. HUNTER:
Positive and negative ions affect the activity of the adrenal cortex.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 161, 377-382 (1976)

60) G. FISCHER:
Positive and negative small ions influence the activity of the adrenal cortex.
Recenti ed in Acquisizioni Biometeorologia pratiche Applicazioni del Clima Tues Altitudine naturale e simulata: In: Congress on tape.
Pag. 102-103, Ancona, Italy, 5th-9th September 1976

61) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
Influence of line-frequency alternating field on heart rate in rats.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Ref., 252, 82-84 (1977)

62) G. FISCHER:
Elektrobioklimatologie - basic principles and research findings.
In: Journal of the American Society for air-u. Drying Technology (1977)

63) G. FISCHER, H. Riedel and H. RAMMERS:
Effect of an artificial electric climate on physiological and psychological measurement variables.
Zeitschr. f. exp. u. angew Psychology 24, No. 3, 397-412 (1977)

64) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The development of methylcholanthrene-tumor mouse elektrobioklimatologischen under different environmental conditions.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 164, 1147-454 (1977)

65) G. FISCHER:
Studies on the effect of the residual wave-free electrostatic field on the mileage of the mouse.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 164, 439-446 (1977)

66) G. FISCHER, UDERMANN H. and E. KNAPP:
Exercises the power frequency alternating field of central effects?
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 166, 381-385 (1978)

67) G. FISCHER:
Indagini sull'importanza bioclimatologica del campo onde residuali elettrostatico Privo Tues. Medicina e termale climtologia No.: 41-42 Gennaio-Marzo, Aprile-Giugno, 16-17 (1979)

68) MOSE JR, G. FISCHER: Stünz D., Withalm H. and E. KNAPP:
Influence of the rest wave containing electrostatic field and the Faraday cage to the formation of immune substances in varying duration of exposure.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 169, 331-336 (1979)

69) UDERMANN H. and G. FISCHER:
Studies on the influence of positive or negative small ions in the Katecholamingehalt
The mouse brain.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg. I Abt.Orig. B 169, 346-350 (1979)

70) Strampfer H., Knapp E. and G. FISCHER:
The total blood picture of the mouse in the 50 Hz field at different exposure time.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 169, 374-380

71) H. Riedl, Strampfer H., G. FISCHER, MOSE JR and N. GEYER:
Physiological and psychological Erstresultate under different electro-climatic conditions.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 169, 342-345 (1979)

72) G. FISCHER:
Circa il problema di un influsso Tues grandezze biologiche misurabili mediante campi alternative con frequenza rete Tues. Tues risultati fino adesso si possono ottenuti trarre norme nel settore medicolavorativo?
Acts of Congress-National Congress of Vi Italy's Society for Environmental Sciences
(4 to 8 October 1978) p. 421-435, Macerata (1979)

73) MOSE JR, MOSER M. and G. FISCHER:
Oncolytic effect by reducing histamine and not effective oncolytic Clostridienstämme.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. A 246, 541-549 (1980)

74) MOSE JR, MOSER M. and G. FISCHER:
The effect of experimentally induced histamine deficiency on growth rate and Held model of tumors.
Arch tumor researchers. 50 / 1, 58-65 (1980)

75) G. FISCHER and MOSE JR:
Influence of Vasoactive Substances (bradykinin, histamine) in Development and Lyses model of tumor.
Intern. Congress of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine in Athens 1980, ref. In Excerpta Medica 1980

76) MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
The health assessment of high-rises.
2nd Message: Bioklimatologische consequences of comparative measurements of air ionization in a high-
house in a heavily polluted urban area on the outskirts of the city zone and in the altitude.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 172, 323-331 (1981)

77) G. FISCHER, D. Stünz, Withalm H. and M. Yanik:
Studies on the influence of a 50 Hz alternating magnetic field at a level of immunity of the mouse after chronic exposure.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 173, 308-318 (1981)

78) G. FISCHER:
Bioclimatic factors important atmospheric electricity, a situation report.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 174, 287-298 (1981)

79) G. FISCHER, and A. SCHOBER M. HERBST:
The influence of characteristic weather patterns in the temperate continental climate area of ??the southeastern Alps
foreshore on the density degrees of positive or negative small ions in the atmosphere.
Arch.Met.Geoph.Biokl., Ser. B 30, 261-269 (1982)

80) UDERMANN H. and G. FISCHER:
Studies on the influence of positive or negative small ions in the Katecholamingehalt
The mouse brain after short-term exposure or long-term exposure.
Zbl.Bkt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 176, 72-78 (1982)

81) SCHOBER A. and G. FISCHER:
L'influsso dell `attivita solar e sulle malattie dei capi elettromagnetici cardivascolari (un sunto).
Arch Fis.Ital. (1982)

82) A. SCHOBER, M. Yanik and G. FISCHER:
Electrolyte changes in the white mouse under the influence of weak magnetic fields.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 176, 305-315 (1982)

83) G. FISCHER:
Bioclimatic factors important atmospheric electricity, access to practical medical use.
Housing and health, health care and healing through bio-construction.
Special issue of the annual meeting of the Institute for Building Biology, May 1982, Bonn / Bad Godesberg, H. 10, 17-24 (1982)

84) FISCHER G: OBERGESCHWANDNER and K.
Fundamental aspects of "action and behavior" factors, atmospheric electricity in enclosed spaces.
Housing and health, health care and healing through bio-construction.
H. 10, 43-45 (1982)

85) G. FISCHER:
Bioclimatic importance factors for atmospheric electricity; opportunities for practical medical use.
Bad Haller courier, information sheets for the spa district of Bad Hall, No. 11, Vol 141, 5-6, August 1982

86) G. FISCHER and A. SCHOBER:
"The Elektrobioklimatologie as exploration of the effects of electromagnetic fields in the
Biosphere ".
Österr. Apotheker Zeitung, 37 Jg, Episode 19, 391-398, dated 7 May 1983

87) FISCHER G: and SCHOBER A.
Opinion on the use of "alternating field magnetic films" for the reduction of pain, some neuralgic nature.
Österr. Medical Journal, 38.Jg., H. 15/16, 1108-1109 (1983)

88) G. FISCHER:
Elektrobioklimatische factors - taking into account construction-related factors.
In: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the, p. 55-83, St. Wolfgang 1983 "Austrian Institute for Building Biology."

89) G. Fischer, M. Yanik, and SCHOBER A. EGGER G.
Influence of a weak magnetic field on the course of acute inflammation in the rat.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 179, 32-43 (1984)

90) ANDERWALD CH, GAUBE W., G. Fischer and A. boundaries.:
On the use of artificially produced pulse 10 Hz fields - an environmentally-bioclimatic principles and first practical medical experience.
Zbl.Prakt.Innere Med.33, H. 10, 989-995 (1984)

91) G. Hansel, H. Riedel, MOSE JR and G. FISCHER:
Basic research on the effect of electric fields on performance and mood in healthy subjects.
Zeitschr.f.exp.u.angew.Psychologie. XXXI, No. 4, 567-585 (1984)

92) ANDERWALD CH, GAUBE W:., Boundaries and A. G. FISCHER:
On the use of artificially produced pulse 10 Hz fields - an environmentally-bioclimatic principles and first practical medical experience.
Ärztezeitschrift.f.Naturheilverf., 11, 25 Jg, 648-654 (1984)

93) O. Harlfinger and G. FISCHER:
The car interior is missing negative ion.
Physicians. Practice. XXXVI, Vol No. 77, 2128-2129

94) G. FISCHER and M. Yanik:
Studies on the serotonin - (5-hydroxytryptamine) levels in whole brain of the mouse in a small fortified with positive or negative ion atmosphere.
Zeitschr.f.Medizin Meteorology 3, 9-12 (1984)

95) G. FISCHER:
Meteoropathie: Aspetti e Ricerche fondamentali generalized.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med.Bio climatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof.Dr.R.Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd XVI. Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f.Umweltwissenschaften in Colle Isarco Isarco-
14.-15.1.1984

96) A. boundaries, LISCHING H. and G. FISCHER:
Application of air ion generators for air quality improvement in living habitats and for supportive therapy in diseases of the airways.
Notabene medical, medical journal f. 7, 490-495 (1985)

97) ANDERWALD CH, GAUBE W:;. Confines A. and G. FISCHER:
For the application of artificially generated 10-Hz fields impulse - an environmentally-bioclimatic principles and first practical medical experience.
Zbl.f.Arbeitsnmedizin, occupational safety, ergonomics and prophylaxis 35, No. 4, 98-105 (1985)

98) G. Fischer, A. and limits LISCHING H.
Tues Tues Impiego regenerative ionic per il miglioramena della qualita dell 'aria e per la terapia nelle abitazioni coadiuvante nelle malattie delle vie respiratory.
Congress Reports: f.Med.Bioklimatologie Research, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd
YVII. Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f.Unweltwissenschaften in Colle Isarco Isarco-
22.-24.2.1985

99) STIERSCHNE IDER, R. and G. FISCHER:
Studies on the influence of a weak alternating magnetic field on immunobiological
Reactions.
Zbl.Bakt.Hyg., I.Abt.Orig. B 182, 352-359 (1986)

100) G. FISCHER, W Sametz, and JUAN H.
Di un campo Influsso sullo sviluppo dell Magnetico debole edema because Carragenina della zampa del Ratto.
Influence of a weak magnetic field on the development of carrageenan paw edema in rats.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd
XVIII. Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f. Environmental Science in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ) 17 - 19/01/1986

101) A. FISCHER G. and limits:
Ion air and radiation sources in a chip manufacturing plant.
Safe Work, 1, 13-16 (1987)

102) G. FISCHER, Sametz W. and H. JUAN:
Influence of an alternating magnetic field on the development of carrageenan paw edema in rats.
Medical Clinic 82, No. 17, 566-570 (1987)

103) G. FISCHER:
Effetti biotropi Tues intensities elettrics naturali di campo o in Artificiali ambienti confinatiaspetti fondamentali.
Fundamental aspects of "air-electric effect and behavioral factors in enclosed spaces."
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd XIX. Jaherssymposium of the Italian Society for Environmental Sciences in Colle Isarco-Isarco (BZ) 6 - 08/02/1987

104) limits A., FISCHER G. ANDERWALD, BC, and LISCHING GAUBE W. H.:
Application of a magnetic-bag device for supportive treatment for sleep disorders and complaints of the weather changes.
Erfahrungsheilkunde, 36, No. 10, 650-653 (1987)

105) G. Fischer and G. GROSSMANN:
Biotropi effetti naturali ed a mezzo Tues atmosferics Artificiali.
Biotropic effects by natural and artificial Atmosferics.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd
XX. Annual Symposium of the Italian Society for Environmental Sciences in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ)
15.-17. 1st 1988

106) G. FISCHER:
Biotropic effects of atmospheric electricity factors in enclosed spaces.
Public health, monthly magazine of Preventive Medicine and Rehabilitation, Social Hygiene and Public Health Service, 50, 260-264 (1988)

107) Skatsche R. Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Influence of artificially generated negative small ions on psychophysical activities of clerks.
Zbl. f. occupational medicine, occupational safety, ergonomics and prophylaxis 38, No., 11, 358-363 (1988)

108) G. FISCHER, and R. Skatsche Kobinger W.
Dell'Ionizzazione artificiale capacita influenza sulla condizione di lavoro e sulla in diversi posti di lavoro.
Influence of artificial ionization on the power and the sensitivities of different jobs.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtirotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd
XXI. Annual Symposium of the Italian Society for Environmental Sciences in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ)
19 - 01.22.1989

109) Skatsche R. and G. FISCHER:
Study on influences of artificial air ionization on the psychophysical performance and
Condition for drivers.
Notabene medici, Journal f. doctors, 1, 19 Vol 13-19 (1989)

110) G. Grossmann and G. FISCHER:
Health hazard by storm fronts.
Österreichische Apotheker-Ztg. 43, Jg, Episode 18, 367 (1989)

111) G. FISCHER:
Influence of artificially generated electrical air psychosocial factors on physical performance and well-being of people in work and habitats in the vehicle.
ÄKVÖ conference "Are Unfallenker sick?", 9 - 10 May 1989, Congress Centre Eisenstadt

112) G FISCHER: AND G. GROSSMANN:
Relationship between doctors and emergency operations the occurrence of electromagnetic radiation pulses.
Doctor in action, 3, born, No. 2, 14-15 (1989)

113) G. FISCHER and KOKOSCHINEGG, P.
The Treatment of Sleep Disturbances and Meteorosensitivity by Pulsed Magnetic Fields of Low Intensity.
Third Symposium on Magnetic Therapy and Magnetic Stimulation, Szekesfehervar (Hungary), 12.-14.10.1989
Congress Volume.

114) G. FISCHER and P. KOKOSCHINEGG:
Influence di Campi d'impulso magnetici Tues intensities bassa su sistemi ed Biologici esperimenti basilari su questi fenomeni.
Effects of pulsed magnetic fields of low intensity on biological systems and basic experiments on these phenomena.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimate ontology, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd
XXII. Annual Symposium of the Italian Society for Environmental Sciences in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ) 19.-21.01.1990

115) G. Fischer and G. GROSSMANN:
Correlative relationships between doctors and emergency rescue operations and the occurrence of Atmosferics
lo in the kHz range.
Forum Urban Hygiene 41, 44-48 (1990)

116) mesh F. Harlfinger O. and G. FISCHER:
Anthropogenic snowfall in metropolitan areas.
Dust Reinhaltg. the air 50, 383-385 (1990)

117) G. FISCHER, KOKOSCHINEGG Barovic P., and J. Turk, Z.:
Effects of pulsed magnetic fields of low intensity on the human and fundamental studies
for this purpose.
Paper presented at the 95th Congress of the German Society for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, in Heidelberg (3rd - 06/10/1990)

118) G. FISCHER, KOKOSCHINEGG P., and J. Barovic TURK Z.:
Effects of low intensity pulsed fields on the human and fundamental studies to do so.
Z.Phys.Med.Baln.Med.Klim. 19, 221 (1990)

119) GG Kokoshin P. and G. FISCHER:
Progress and experience in magnetic therapy.
Holistic Medicine (GAMED).
Zeitschr. the Vienna Academy for Holistic Medicine, Jg.2, No. 3, 4-6 (1991)

120) G. FISCHER and P. KOKOSCHINEGG:
Effects of pulsed magnetic fields of low intensity on man, fundamental studies on humans and animals.
Paper presented at the national meeting of the Slovenian Society for Electro-medicine in Celje (Chlli) on 23/11/1990.

121) G. FISCHER and W. Kobinger:
Occupational health and therapeutic results with artificial air ionization.
Presented at the 12th Workshop "Environmental Lung Health" in Linz 1st - 03.02.1991.
Congress Volume: respiratory and lung diseases 17, 1 Supplement, B 78 - B 80 (1991)

122) G. FISCHER, and J. TURK Z. Barovic Kobinger W.
Conservative therapy with low-intensity pulsed magnetic fields in severely traumatized patients.
Presented at the 7th Symposium of the Alpe-Adria in Garmisch-Partenkirchen 11th - 14.09.1992.
Final Report, p. 106-109 (1992)

123) Kobinger W: and G. FISCHER:
Conoscenze the possibili effetti biotropi causati alta tensione da linee Tues. Riguardanti le le relative consistency distanze Tues elettrodotti interregionali caseggiati there. Un rapporto sulla situazione.
Knowledge of possible effects biotropic by high-voltage lines, it discussed the consequences of distances to buildings, overhead power lines - a situation report.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof.Dr.R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd XXIII. Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f. Environmental Science in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ) 11.-13.10.1991

124) GG Kokoshin P. and G. FISCHER:
Effects of Pulsed Magnetic Fields of Low Intenstity on Biological Systems and Basic Research on this Phenomenom.
Magnet 6, H.4, 4-13 (1992)

125) Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Electromagnetism: A risk / Elettromagnetismo: un Rischio?
low-frequency alternating magnetic fields - the benefits and dangers.
Campi elettromagnetici a bassa Frequenza:
effetti positivist e negativistic.
Lecture for the Association for biology, in collaboration with the Municipality of Bolzano, in collaborazione con il Comune di Bolzano. Assessorat of Health; Assessorato Igiene e Sanita

126) Harlfinger O., Fischer G: Kobinger and W.
A new Komplexmeßgröße to study the weather changes at elementary school pupils.
The Practical Doctor 29, H.16, 41-45 (1992)

127) TURK Z., J. Barovic; Kobinger W: and G. FISCHER:
Low-intensity pulsed magnetic fields as adjudant therapy in severely traumatized patients.
PHYSICAL medicine, rehabilitation medicine, spa medicine 2, No. 5, 154-156 (1992)

128) G. FISCHER:
The biological response - and radiation fields.
Paper presented at the training course "Radiation-field currents," the medical associations in Styria and Carinthia (Klagenfurt, 11.14.1992)

129) KESSLER HH, KÖCK M., G. Fischer and E. MARTH:
Monoculture in forestry - a potential danger?
The Progressive Farmer H. 20, 7-8 (1992)

130) Kobinger W: and G. FISCHER:
Scolari elementari condizioni Tues Tues Tues Graz dipendenza due biometeorologici non parametric trivialized. Correlazione una statistica.
Grazer-being elementary school pupils as a function of two non-trivial biometeorological parameters.
A comparison of statistical correlation.
Congress Reports: Forschungszentrum f. Med Bioclimatology, University of Milan, Director: Prof. Dr. R. Gualtierotti, Via Vanvitelli 32nd XVII: Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f. Environmental Science in Colle Isarco-Gossensass (BZ) 11.-12.13.1992

131) G. FISCHER, O. Harlfinger and W. Kobinger:
A Komplexmeßgröße: The study of weather sensitivity in students.
Advanced Science, Special issue "Medical Sociology". 36, 11-13 (1992)

132) Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Conoscenze the possibili effetti biotropi causati alta tensione da linee Tues. Le le relative consistency riquardanti distanze Tues elettrodotti interregionali casaggiati there. Un rapporto sulla situazione. Casa Editrice Idelson Napoli, Capitolo VIII: Patalogia Ambientale, vol III, pag: 121-132. ed: D. Lauria

133) Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
"Sferics" - Natural atmospheric radiation pulse in connection with Grazer Ärztenotdienst events.
Paper presented at the symposium "bio-weather" in Graz (13.5.1993).
Congress Volume 1993, Unit E (Ed.: Information Center for the Environment of Landeshygienikers for Styria).

134) G. FISCHER:
Pulsating Low Intensity Magnetic Fields as Adjuvant Therapy in Patients Severely Polytraumatized.
Magnets in Your Future 7, No. 12, 22-23 (1993)

135) Harlfinger O., Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Results of an investigation being weather-related disorders in school children.
The informed physician / Gazette Médicale 14, H.7, 531-532 (1993)

136) LORENZ-EBE RHARDT G., Strampfer HG, FISCHER G. and W. Kobinger:
Sphericstätigkeit influence of the increased incidence of premature rupture of cracks and premature labor activities.
GAMED, No. 1, 7-8 (1994)

137) G. FISCHER, Kobinger W. LORENZ and G. EBERHARDT STARMPER HG:
Sferics and obstetric events.
The medical practitioner 48, H.716, 910-916 (1994)

138) Barovic J., TURK Z., D. HAJDINJAK, Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Adjuvant therapy in the magnetic field of rehabilitation of elderly patients with hip fractures close.
Posters on 13 Austrian Geriatrics Congress (19 - 25.3.1994, Bad Hofgastein).

139) Barovic J., TURK Z., M. KOKOSCHINEGG, Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Adjuvant therapy in the magnetic field of rehabilitation of elderly patients with hip fractures close.
The medical practitioner 48, H.708, 512-515 (1994)

140) Barovic J., TURK Z., G. Fischer and W. Kobinger:
Syndrome of sports overload.
The medical practitioner 48, H.710, 615-616 (1994)

141) Kobinger W., G. Fischer, and J. Barovic TURK Z.:
Accelerated fracture healing in rabbits after artificial osteotomy in the low magnetic field.
Poster at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Austrian. Ges.f.Inn.Medizin (Salzburg, 15th-17th September 1994)
Acta Medica Austriaca 21, Special Issue 1, 68-69 (1994)

142) Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Correlations between events and trivial Grazer Ärztenotdienst biometeorological Komplexmeßgrößen - "Biotropiemeter".
Paper presented at the XVIII. Annual Symposium of the Italian Ges.f.Umweltwissenschaft in Gossensass / Colle Isarco (BZ) (29.10.-01.11.1994)

143) G. FISCHER, J. BRATANIC, Barovic A. and Z. TURK:
Densitometric analysis of bone fracture healing in rabbits in the low magnetic field.
Poster at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Ges.f.Phys.Med. and Rehab.
11th-12th November 1994, Vienna) Öst.Z.Phys.Med. 4, H.4, 160-161 (1994)

144) W. WAGNER, J. Barovic, Kobinger W., Herzog A. and G. FISCHER:
Pain relief in elderly patients with disorders of the musculoskeletal system through a small magnetic device.
Poster at the 14th Österr. Geriatrics Congress Bad Gastein, 25.-31.3.1995)

145) W. WAGNER, J. Barovic, Kobinger W. and G. FISCHER:
Experience with the small magnetic field device for the treatment of disorders of movement and
Supporting apparatus.
Medical journal for Natural Medicine 36, H.3, 192-196 (1995)

146) W. WAGNER, G. Fischer and W. Kobinger:
Pain relief with magnetic appliances for diseases of the musculoskeletal system.
Doctor and practice 49, H.728, 443-446 (1995)

147) Kobinger W., G. Fischer, J. Barovic, TURK Z., N. SKET and D. Zivic:
Pain relief and increased mobility in disorders of the musculoskeletal system through
Magnetic Therapy, accepted as a poster at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Öst.Ges.für InnMed. (Graz, 21 - 23.09.1995)
148) G. FISCHER and W. Kobinger:
Contribution "to the demolition of Biometeorology basis of their own investigations" in G. Fischer: Quantron - The 4th Dimension of health. Editor: B. Berlinger (Tower Press, Pfaffen-Hofen/Ilm, 1995)

149) mesh F., Schaffler K., H. Kessler, G. Fischer and E. MARTH:
Ingredients wet deposition as indicators of air quality and pollutant deposition in the Graz area.
Dust Reinhaltg. d. air (in press, 1995)

150) G. FISCHER, W. Kobinger, Tillian H.-M., Barovic J. and Z. TURK:
Improved Fracture Healing and Alterations of biochemical parameters in Rabbits after Artificial Blood Femurosteotomy in the low frequency magnetic field.
J.Exp.Animal Sci. (1995, submitted for publication)

151) TURK Z., G. FISCHER, W. and Kobinger Barovic J.
Bone fracture healing and blood biochemical parameters in rabbits after artificial femoral osteotomy in
weak low-frequency magnetic field.
Öst.ZfPhys.Med. (1995, in preparation)

LITERATURE AND PUBLICATIONS - STUDIES

OVERVIEW

QRS STUDIES


Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Rainer B. Pelka
QRS customer field trial in 2001, 30,000 users QRS, 100 case studies
Experiences of the QRS-quantum-therapy with the device Salut 1

Univ. Prof. Dr. rer. nat. G. Fischer, Ing W. Kobinger
Meteorosensitivity: New opportunities for healing, scientific study
Fatigue, dysphoria, labor pain, headaches, restless sleep, poor concentration, forgetfulness, vertigo, depression, anxiety, etc.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Rainer B. Pelka
QRS sports Fitnesstudie 2001
Randomized double-blind study of the QRS-quantum-therapy system (unit: Salut 2)

Prof. Dr. C. Post Hoff, Prof. Dr. J. Addea, Prof. Dr. R. Saunders, Prof. Dr. M. Krauss, Bissessar Dr. Singh, Dr. EG Fischer
Parkinson
Results of a case study with the quantum treatment system

Univ. Prof. Dr. G. Fischer, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Pelka RB, Doz Dr. Z. Turk
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatism, arthritis, pain and medication reduction
Randomized double-blind study of the quantum-therapy system (Salut 1)

M. Grandi, Turin, Italy
The ELF (Extremely Low Frequency)
Magnetic fields and the accompanying disease or iatrogenic in oncology, also illustrated by the example of the QRS

Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Krauss, Prof. Dr. Fischer AG, Dr G. Grohmann, MD V. Rasch, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. mult. J. Waldmann
Preliminary study - Circulatory changes in the retina in normal subjects under a magnetic field therapy with the Quantron Resonance System QRS, and before and after sublingual administration of 0.4 mg Trinitroglycerin

Prof. Dr. Palme
Initial experience with the Hanzkörpermagnetfeldtherapie in patients with intervertebral disc disease

Barovic Dr. J., Dr. Z. Turk (Maribor, Slovenia), Prof. Dr. G. Fischer, Dr. Kobinger (Graz, Austria), Prof. Dr. Rainer B. Pelka (Munich, Germany)
Short report - gonarthrosis under QRS: Results of a double-blind study in Maribor

Matthias Rode
Bachelor thesis from Bioclimatology
The importance of magnetic therapy in medicine

Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Rainer B. Pelka
QRS Osteo-Study 2001

R. Funk, RB Pelka
Osteoporosis treatment under QRS: Results of a double blind study at the University Hospital of Frankfurt

Univ. Prof. Dr. Sepp Porta
Institute of Pathophysiology
Studies on acute effects of ORS magnetic mats on the recovery from physical stress on spa patients

Prof. Dr. Andras Varga
PROOF OF ION TRANSPORT SYSTEM DUE TO APPLICATION OF QRS SALUT II

Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Krauss, Prof. Dr. Fischer AG
Therapy with pulsating magnetic fields QRS
A partner of the medical school?
The use of biofeedback systems, a vision?


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