Physicist Erwin Schroedinger

One of the fathers


Quantum mechanics,

is famed

for a number

of important contributions

to physics, especially the Schrödinger Equation, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933.

Gilbert Newton Lewis 1875 -1946

Named Light Quanta: Photons





Physicist Erwin Schroedinger’s equation is the basis of modern Quantum Mechanics: He stated:  "The energy to put life  in order comes from photons. It is the photon pump that condenses  photons to laser like light."

Like Photons are attracted by like photons". 


In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at maximum amplitude at certain frequencies.

DNA is absorbing light.  Resonance increases amplitude and energy.  In wave mechanics, two identical resonating waves would triple the energy.  Photons are attracted to any protein, DNA site, molecule, electron,  if their spectral waves match that one of the protein or electron. Matching means resonance takes place and subtle energies would build up enormous energies needed to dynamise aging or ailing tissues.





All conditions of matter and light follow the laws of acoustics such as keynotes and harmonics. They produce the same quantum conditions (tone sequences) without other forms in between as matter and light. Organs are like bells ringing. However, here it is not the string and the air which is vibrating but the vacuum. Ondamed follows the laws of acoustics such as keynotes and harmonics.

The physicist Gilbert Lewis said they are the universal energy carrier in nature. You know that our bodies function on chemical reactions. However, in order to jump start chemical compounds, photons are needed. They must be very specific as seen in photosynthesis.


The Idea that ENERGY within a living system may be transported within semi-conductive bands of proteins was suggested by SZENT-GYÖRGYI in 1941.

Albert Szent-Györgyi de Nagyrápolt was a Hungarian American physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. He is credited with discovering vitamin C and the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle.

Late in life, Szent-Györgyi began to pursue free radicals as a potential cause of cancer. He came to see cancer as being ultimately an electronic problem at the molecular level. In 1974, reflecting his interests in quantum physics, he proposed the term "syntropy" replace the term "negentropy

ELECTRONIC BIOLOGY Albert Szent-Györgyi suggested that living tissues should contain free or mobile electrons. In other words, the proteins forming the fabric of the body are semiconductors. His technical description:

Szent-Györgyi was referring to the fact that much of the human body is crystalline in nature. Highly organized arrays of molecules are found in muscles, connective tissues, cell membranes myelin sheathes, and many other tissues, cross-section of muscle phospholipids, In cell membranes myelin sheath, in nerve collagen array in connective tissue.

“If a great number of atoms are arranged with regularity in close proximity, as for example in a crystal lattice, single electrons cease to belong to one or two atoms only, and belong instead to the whole system. A great number of molecules may join to form energy continua, along which energy, namely excited electrons, may travel a certain distance” (1941).


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Dr. Fritz Albert Popp is a Professor of Biophysics and Managing Director of the Technology Centre, Int’l Institute of   Biophysics, Kaiserslautern.  Dr. Popp has demonstrated that each alive cell emits a radiation of very weak light. This light is called bio-photons.


Color electromagnetic energies form a system of communication between cells and regulate all biophysical processes of the body. It is a fundamental chemical law that, in order to react, the compounds must first become excited by photons as seen in photosynthesis.

The German biophysicist Fritz Popp showed that all living cells are emitting light (photons) . Tissue in pain emits less photons and dead cells do not emit any photons. Accordingly, as cells and tissues age, there is a growing lack of photons down to a critical number which would not be sufficient to keep up order.

“We know today that man, essentially, is a being of light. And the modern science of photobiology … is presently proving this. In terms of healing the implications are immense.

We now know, for example, that quanta of light can initiate, or arrest, cascade-like reactions in the cells, and that genetic cellular damage can be virtually repaired, within hours, by faint beams of light. We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship between light and life, but we can now say emphatically, that the function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light.”

1 John 1:5 God is Light

Biophysicist C. W. F. McClaire calculated and compared the efficiency of information transfer between energy signals and chemical signals in biological systems. 


His research: "Resonance in Bioenergetics" published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences revealed that energetic signaling mechanisms such as electromagnetic frequencies are a hundred times more efficient in relaying environmental information than the physical signals such as hormones, neurotransmitters, growth factors.etc (McClaire 1974)

We Know that living organisms must receive and interpret environmental signals in order to stay alive. In fact, survival is directly related to the speed and efficiency of signal transfer.  The speed of electromagnetic energy signals is 186,000 miles per second, while the speed of diffusible chemical is considerably less than 1 centimeter per second.  Energy signals are 100 times more efficient and infinitely faster than physical chemical signaling.

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