Kozyrev mirror

From Kook Science

The Kozyrev mirror (named for Nikolai A. Kozyrev, Soviet astrophysicist) is a spiral cylinder made of polished aluminum (or other reflective material) that is intended to both reduce magnetic interference and magnify other sources of radiation ("cosmic energy-information flows") within the interior. The device, it has been reported, was originally developed and experimented with by Vlail Kaznacheev (Влаиль Петрович Казначеев, 1924-2014) at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Siberia in research devoted to the study of extrasensory perception (ESP), and patented in the late 1990s as a therapeutic device for psychosomatic orders.