Kozyrev mirror

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The Kozyrev mirror (named for Nikolai A. Kozyrev, a 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 P. Kaznacheev (Влаиль Петрович Казначеев, 1924-2014) at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine (Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Novosibirsk) in research devoted to the study of extrasensory perception (ESP), and patented in the late 1990s as a therapeutic device for psychosomatic orders.