2006 Distance Healing Experiment with Pennsylvania State University Medical School

Time:    December 2nd to December 20th, 2006
Place:   Laboratory of Pennsylvania State University Medical School
Host:    Professor John E.  Neely MD, pediatrics and oncology specialist

Set Up:   This experiment was designed to compare the growth of AR(C), a human Ewing’s sarcoma cell line established and described by the author (JN) in 1985 and is known to be resistant to chemotherapy, in a treatment incubator versus a control incubator, physically separated in different rooms of the same building in Pennsylvania.  Cells were planted 2.5 x104 cells per well in 10 ml. of media in each well of 6 well plates. The treatment incubator contained 4 plates.  A top shelf contained 3 culture plates placed diagonally back left (1A), middle (1B), and front right (1C).  A bottom shelf contained one plate in the front right to serves as an internal control.  The control incubator contained one plate on a bottom shelf to serve as an external control for cell growth and viability. 

Procedure:   Immediately after planting the cells, Mr. Li began treatment from his location in California, treating each plate on the upper shelf with different energies techniques. Every 2-5 days, the cells were removed from a single well in each plate and counted. Jixing Li has never been to Pennsylvania State University nor known the exact location of this laboratory.

Results:   The cells in the upper treatment shelf grew significantly slower and eventually those cells in position 1C all died. Also, there were cells contained multiple nuclei in the experiment groups, which could not be explained by modern medical science as how it happened. The post-treatment repeat experiments at chronological day 105 showed ongoing failure of growth in position 1C, although all other positions returned to normal. Even after moving the incubator, the experiment at chronological day 190 continued to show an effect at 1C. It provides the evidence that energies not only can affect biological objects such as cells, but also have influence on non-biological objects such as the incubator. That is because the primary energy structure of the incubator has been changed, the energy condition there could control the growth of cells. This result supports the theory of Multi-Dimensional Unified Universal Energy.

Jixing Li used three different energy transformation techniques on position 1A-2, 1B and 1C-2.  Control 2 and Control 3 were for comparison purpose, no energies were sent to those cells.

There were cells contained multiple nuclei in the experiment groups.

Chart and photograph provided by Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania State University