The Kozyrev Mirror and Russian Cosmism 1990
Russian Cosmism is a philosophy and cultural movement that began in Russia around the turn of the 19th century and in the early part of the 20th century. It was an attempt to combine the best ideas from various Eastern and Western philosophical schools and traditions and those of the Russian Orthodox Church into one coherent system.
Russian Cosmism was based on the idea that the universe had a single source, God, who was responsible for everything that happened in the world. It also held that the universe was eternal, meaning that it would continue on forever. There was also a surge of scientific inquiry into interplanetary travel, fueled by science fiction authors like Jules Verne and HG Wells.
This new understanding of the world was heavily influenced by Russian philosophers such as Nikolai Fedorov, Andrei Platonov, Alexander Pushkin, and the works of German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
Many ideas of the Russian Cosmists were later developed by those in the Transhumanism and Noosphere movements. Transhumanism is a philosophy that aims for the enhancement of human beings using available technologies to enhance longevity and cognition.
Noosphere is seen as the third step of the development of Earth’s evolution, after the geosphere (inanimate matter) and the biosphere (biological life). The noosphere represents humanity’s highest stage of biological evolution, its defining factor being our ability to develop rational thought processes. Therefore, the emergence of human cognition radically transforms the biosphere and geosphere of the planet.
It was within this framework of new revolutionary ideas that a new artifact was created in order to prove or disprove some of their claims. This artifact is known as a Kozyrev mirror.
The Kozyrev Mirror
In the Western world, a Kozyrev mirror is often seen as a fictitious gadget described in 1990s Russian esoteric literature. According to an unproven hypothesis, a “Kozyrev mirror” is a device that contains an isolation chamber formed from aluminium (occasionally glass) sheets that have been spirally folded into a cylinder. This chamber encloses a space that reduces Earth’s magnetic field, which increases human access to solar galactic data.
It is said that when biological things are placed inside the object, it is able to focus on various types of radiation emitted from the biological things placed inside the chamber, as well as radiation from other non-living objects.
The Kozyrev Mirror was named after the theories of Russian astronomer and astrophysicist Nikolai Aleksandrovich Kozyrev, however, he did not invent or describe the device.
While the Western World see the Kozyrev Mirror as nothing more than a fantasy device from obscure literature, there is at least one patent pertaining to this device, filed in 1998 under the name of “Device for correction of man’s psychosomatic diseases”. The patent was filed by academicians Alexander Trominov and V.P Kaznacheev.
The 1990s Kozyrev Mirror Experiments
Several experiments were conducted in the early 90s using Kozyrev Mirrors.
The ISRICA (Institute for Scientific Research in Cosmic Anthropoecology) has conducted various experiments employing mirrors to study multiple topics, including human psycho-physiology, disease pathology, and the evolution of telepathic fields and distant sensing.
One of these early experiments was part of the “Rainbow Bridge Project” conducted in 1990. The experiment was called “The Aurora Borealis Global experiment on Investigation of Distant-Informational Interactions in the Noosphere and their Role in the Planet-Biospheric Homeostasis of the Earth”.
Another experiment that employed Kozyrev mirrors was simply titled ‘The Polar Circle Global Experiment’. It was carried out by the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Siberia, a Russian Academy of Sciences division, employed Kozyrev mirrors in tests on extrasensory perception (ESP). An extrasensory perception, often known as ESP or the sixth sense, refers to the ability to receive information that cannot be accessed by the physical senses but is instead received by the mind.
The aim of both experiments was the same: the investigation of distant-information interactions in the Noosphere.
The experiment themselves consisted of placing a person inside a spiral-shaped hypo-magnetic chamber constructed of reflective aluminium alloy. A psychonaut was placed inside, covered in a variety of electrical equipment used for various measurements. The person was then instructed to concentrate on many different ancient symbols, pictograms, and glyphs until a particular esoteric triune symbolizing the past, present, and future is placed inside the chamber. The camber was then rotated 1.5 times clockwise.
Allegedly, the scientists slipped a long-forgotten Trinity symbol into a mirror installation during one of the first trials conducted in Dixon’s isolated village in the Canadian Arctic. It is said that a force field was immediately perceived around the object. However, this particular claim has never been proven.
In subsequent experiments, a variety of trans-mundane phenomena were found to emanate from the space inside the mirror device. These phenomena included the measurement of robust magnetic anomalies and electrical manifestations known as “plasmoids,” which resembled ball lightning in appearance.
During the experiments, strange polar lights allegedly descended right over the structure, as reported by various witnesses in the nearby village. According to all accounts, these remarkable occurrences were merely the first step in a path that would eventually lead to the most successful ESP study in the world.
It is said that the subjects inside the chamber allegedly experienced anomalous psycho-physical sensations, which had been recorded in the minutes of the research experiments.
1) Our planet’s electromagnetic field is actually the “veil” which filters time and place down to our everyday Newtonian reality — enabling us to have the human experience of linear time,
2) in the absence of an electromagnetic field, we have access to an energy field of “instantaneous locality” that underlies our reality,
3) that the limiting effect of the electromagnetic field on an individual is moderated by the amount of solar electromagnetic activity occurring while that person was in utero, and
4) that once a person has accessed these states, his or her consciousness remains so enhanced.
We have created mirrors that allow us to investigate the conundrum of cosmic entanglement of consciousness as well as the effect of superposition of consciousness in space and time at the level of modern scientific inquiryTrofimov and Kaznacheev
We have found that consciousness is entangled with the cosmos.” This is something that can only be done in Kozyrev’s MirrorsTrofimov and Kaznacheev
According to Kaznacheev, “zoophilia” is one of the critical components that make up the essential qualities of biological matter. In this context, zoophilia does not refer to the paraphilia involving animals. It refers to the original etymological sense of the word. From the Greek, ‘Zoe’, meaning life, and ‘philia’, meaning love or fondness. Therefore, zoophilia in this context simply means ‘love or fondness for life’.
This sensitivity to the broader “cosmic” system is a necessary component that makes up the fundamental qualities. “Cosmophiles” can more easily enter interaction with cosmic fluxes, while “cosmophobes” have lost their early heavenly sensory quality. “Cosmophiles” have a greater affinity for and interest in cosmic flows.
On the official Russian television station, there was a documentary about Kozyrev mirrors. In Russia and Ukraine, tabloid media published articles about Kozyrev mirrors, but academic journals did not print them. In the Western World, the studies of Kozyrev Mirrors went practically unnoticed.
The electro-biological field and the cosmic field as a whole can communicate with one another.
The implication is that the global electromagnetic soup of cell phones, radio, television and electric appliances actually impedes our innate communication abilities. The further implication is that expanded human consciousness is mechanically producible now, which raises the vast ethical question of how these apparatus can be most beneficially used.