Bioelectronic properties

What are bioelectronic properties?

Bioelectronic property research is an extension of Jung’s research into the collective unconscious.  According to Adams (2011), Fritz Albert Popp (2003) and Vladimir Sedlak developed the electromagnetic theory of life, which suggests that belief in early biological evolution as a purely chemical process is in error (Sedlak, 1979).  Physical evidence is suggestive of the possibility that living matter consists of a ‘quantum logic’, which enables an efficient use of ‘information’ from the environment in order to sustain itself and to avoid chaos (Adamski, 2011).  Popp’s (2003) research has shown that the DNA within our cells emit photons which are responsible for communication in and between cells (Adamski, 2011).

Adamski (2011) states: “Photons are a universal medium of information and electromagnetic processes have an impact on the biology of the organism, as the electrical activity of neurons, electrical and magnetic fields of the heart, brain, muscle, transcription of the genetic code, etc. Thus, the dynamic processes of life and light are internally connected with each other (Popp 1979; 1992; Slawinski 1990)”.

Therefore, human life consists of biology, biochemistry, and bioelectronic structure, which all have an impact on health, illness, and behavior (Adamski, 2011).  The human, which is essentially a biological computer, operates according to algorithms set by the programmer (consciousness) and programs itself heuristically (Adamski, 2011).  According to Adamski (2011), quantum psychology is essential in the understanding of the collective unconscious.  It is due to these electronic properties that biological systems are able to record information about individual experience, environment, and transfer this information from generation to generation (Adamski, 2008; Adamski, 2011).  The archetypes of which Jung spoke embody these electronic properties (Adamski, 2011).  “The revolution in the speed of information transfer has led to decentralization of society in each country and at the same time contributed to the creation of global bonds, led by archetypes, which are imprinted in our psyche and form a pattern, and the law defining human development” (Adamski, 2011).

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