Holy water changes EEG and HRV because of both autosuggestion and his information (God Grace, World Mind, Cosmic Energy etc)
KeywordsEEG, HRV, Holy water, placebo.
Popovych I L, Babelyuk V Ye, Gozhenko A I, Zukow W, Zubov P G, Dubkova G I, Korolyshyn T A, Nesterova L F, Barylyak L G. Holy water changes EEG and HRV because of both autosuggestion and his information (God Grace, World Mind, Cosmic Energy etc). Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(1):203-220. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.14881
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HOLY WATER CHANGES EEG AND HRV BECAUSE OF BOTH AUTOSUGGESTION AND HIS INFORMATION (GOD GRACE, WORLD MIND, COSMIC ENERGY etc)
I L Popovych1, V Ye Babelyuk2, 3, A I Gozhenko3, W Zukow4, P G Zubov3, G I Dubkova2, T A Korolyshyn1, L F Nesterova1, L G Barylyak1
1JSC “Truskavets’kurort”, Truskavets’, Ukraine
2Clinical Sanatorium “Moldova”, Truskavets’, Ukraine
3Ukrainian scientific research Institute of Medicine of Transport Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine, Odessa
4Faculty Physical Culture, Health and Tourism, Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland
The aim: to identify the effects of Holy water on the parameters of HRV and EEG and clarify the role of autosuggestion and information. In 5 male volunteers performed 79 items HRV and EEG in the basal period and 25 tracks with 1,5 h after drinking 30 ml of water well, distilled, filtered, Holy (blind) and the well water indicates that it Holy (placebo ). Preliminary analysis revealed no significant differences between neurotropic effects of well, distilled and filtered waters, because for further analysis they were combined in a cluster "control waters". Found 48 parameters of HRV and EEG, in which a set of clusters "control waters", "Holy water" and "placebo" significantly different from each other and from the basal level. These parameters formed 9 patterns that demonstrate the stimulating or inhibitory neurotropic effect: 1) only placebo; 2) only Holy water; 3) placebo and Holy water as 3.1) opposite and 3.2) approximately equally. Conclusion: neurotropic effects Holy water is like autosuggestion and information (Divine) nature.
Keywords: EEG, HRV, Holy water, placebo.
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