Archaeal Digoxin and Creation of Cellular Plasma State - Molecular/Cellular Electromagnetic Signal Transduction

Ravikumar Kurup A., Parameswara Achutha Kurup


Objective: Endogenous digoxin can produce sodium potassium ATPase inhibition, a paroxysmal depolarisation shift and a quantal pumped phonon system. It can generate electromagnetic signals of cells and molecules which can be transferred. The study was designed to test the hypothesis. Methods: System I: Phosphate buffered saline (PBS)+ cholesterol substrate + plasma + rutile (0.1 mg/ml)+digoxin (0.5 ng/ml). System II: Control phosphate buffered saline (PBS). The system is incubated at 37oC for 1 hour and during the period of incubation both system I and II are kept close to each other. Then to control PBS add cholesterol substrate and incubate both the systems at 37oC for 16-18 hours. Cytochrome F420 was estimated flourimetrically (excitation wavelength 420 nm and emission wavelength 520 nm). The detection of cytochrome F420 indicates the presence of archaea. The fluorescence of cytochrome F420 was estimated at 0 time, after 1 hour and 16-18 hours in the system I and II. The experiment was repeated 7 times and average values given.Results: The test system I after 16-18 hours of incubation showed decrease in intensity of fluorescence due to destruction of archaea by long incubation consequent to exhaustion of substrate as well as digoxin induced cell destruction. There was a 21% increase in fluroscence in system II of PBS with added cholesterol substrate after 16-18 hours of incubation. Conclusion: The experiment indicates that in the presence of digoxin induced quantal pumped phonon system the electromagnetic trace of archaea can be generated and can be transmitted to the PBS+cholesterol substrate system resulting in generation of archaea/cytochrome F420 in the system.

Key words: Digoxin; Quantal state; EMF signal; Teleportation; Cytochrome F420


Digoxin; Quantal state; EMF signal; Teleportation; Cytochrome F420



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