Nonlinear Diagnostics History

The commercialization of Nonlinear Diagnostics Medical Device Systems (NLS) for the healthcare industry began in the U.S.S.R. in the late 1980s, but its origins date back to Russian state sponsored scientific/military research into the nature of “biological radiation” in the early 1900s. Dr. Svyatoslav Pavlovich Nesterov, PhD. (1921-1998), a renowned Nuclear Physicist for the Russian Military, is considered the inventor of NLS, as the technology is based on his theoretical quantum physics research into the spin component of quantum particles. The Russians would later refer to spin generated quantum fields as “torsion fields.” In the 1970s, Nesterov was appointed by the Russian military to lead the research into a new field of physics called “Psychophysics,” which analyzes how torsion fields influence human mental functions. In 1990, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, NLS medical technology was privatized to the Institute of Practical Psychophysics (“IPP”).

The NLS industry is comprised of IPP and a revolving series of counterfeiters, primarily based in China or Russia, or both. IPP remains, however, the only entity in the world responsible for NLS technology advancements and is the only NLS company with worldwide medical device regulatory certifications from every major country. The Metatron Blue Opal, a second-generation virtual-3D-model system, is IPP’s most recent state-of-the-art device and NPD International has the exclusive rights to sell this system. The technological advances of this new system are substantial and make it suitable, without question, for widespread use in any type of medical/health setting.

Russian Chronology in Biological Radiation Research:

  • 1870s: A Russian commission investigated Spiritualism, with the conclusion in 1876 that: “Spiritualistic Phenomena occur on unconscious movements or conscious deception, and spiritualistic doctrine is superstition.”
  • 1890: The Russian Society of Experimental Psychology formed a commission to study the phenomenon of “mind reading.”
  • 1907: By decree of Emperor Nicholas II, the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Neuropsychiatrists is founded. The initial focus was on the various aspects of mental suggestion. Attempts were made to explain and measure the mental effects of “psychic” energy via electromagnetism but failed.
  • 1924: Coordinated Soviet Programs begin and the Commissar of Education, A.V. Lunacharskiy, forms the Russian Committee for Psychical Research.
  • 1927: By this date, based on Soviet research, it was clear that electromagnetism did not explain telepathic psychic energy. Faraday Cages did not stop the transmission of this energy.
  • 1932-1937: The U.S.S.R. Commissar of Defense conducts programs related to the transfer of information in a biological way. Research obtained the first results of biological emission from humans and was focused on psychologically oriented works, such as transferring visual images and remotely influencing the recipient.
  • 1955: Lab is opened to study parapsychology and telepathy. Established the possibility of physical manipulation with biological radiation.
  • 1960s to 1970s: The Academy of Science green-lights funding for research on biological radiation and on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on biological subjects, ushering in a golden age for these two fields.
  • 1963: U.S.S.R. conducts successful sessions of telepathic communication between Leningrad and Sevastopol; repeating experiments from the 1930s.
  • 1972: Military documents show the U.S.S.R. had over 20 centers for the study of paranormal phenomenon.
  • 1973: A special commission established by the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party charged with investigating biological radiation and provide a scientific conclusion to Soviet Leaders. Conclusion: the biological radiation phenomena exists but the communication channel is unknown.
  • 1970s: S.P. Nesterov, renowned Nuclear Physicist, was appointed by Russian military to lead the research into a new field of physics called “Psychophysics,” which analyzes how torsion fields influence human mental functions.
  • Mid 1970s: Several approaches for detecting the “high-penetrating radiation” were discovered.
  • 1980-2003: Due to the development of non-human biological radiation generators, more funding is given to this field and actual applications were developed. CERPAN, a torsion generator made for medical researches was developed.
  • 1980: Russian Academy of Sciences commissions research into studying physical fields from biological objects to create fundamentally new methods of medical diagnostics.
  • By 1986, 30 torsion field (the term now used to describe biological radiation) generators had been produced.
  • 1988: S.P. Nesterov invents the torsion field trigger sensor and formulates the idea of NLS.   
  • 1989: E. Akimov appointed head of the Center of Unconventional Technologies which deals exclusively with instrumental psychotronics. Akimov is named on the first NLS patent along with V.I. Nesterov, founder of IPP.
  • 1990 IPP founded by the President of International Academy of non-linear diagnostic systems, full member of Academy of medical and technical sciences Vladimir Igorevich Nesterov.
  • 1991: With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Committee on Science and Technology at the Supreme Council of the U.S.S.R. forms “VENT” to coordinate programs in unconventional research. Works are subcontracted out to companies/research institutes in the fields of communication, material research, new sensing technologies (e.g. for forecasting of earthquakes), water cleaning and medical diagnostics (IPP).
  • 2012: NPD International becomes the IPPs exclusive distributor for North America.
  • 2016: IPP grants NPD exclusive rights to sell the Metatron Blue Opal, a 2nd generation virtual-3D-model system tailored for the USA market.  This new technology ushers in a golden age for NLS.