Processing the seed of the foot-dipping (FD) condition in coma

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times February 2019

Author: Giovanni Lapadula, February 2019

Keywords: coma foot, salt crystallization.

Published: February 2019.

Figure 1. Frontal view of the FD condition.


This paper documents the procedure for applying the plasma technology to the condition of foot-dipping (FD) of a 22-years-old, female. The subject of this study spent several weeks in deep coma condition and then immobilised in hospital bed, as a result of a car accident at the age of 21 when she suffered multiple injuries and life-threatening fractures. Fifteen months after the accident, she developed the FD condition, which prevented her from undergoing the physiotherapy and walking.


Figure 2. Side-view of the FD condition.

The cause of the FD is the salt crystallization in the foot, which prevents its normal range of movement and blocks the foot in a flat position. Hence, the first step of dealing with such blockages is to remove the crystalized matter. The method for processing the FD condition is based on the fundamental laws of plasma science, where the ‘stronger feeds the weaker’ and the fact that one can create a ‘magnet’ for any substance. One material which is of the same salt content as the crystallization in the foot, is the urine. Therefore, one does not need to rely on an invasive biopsy to find out what the seed of the problem is but can simply prepare the required GaNS, based on the subject’s urine.

To prepare GaNS of urine, one can use the following quantities:

  • 50% urine (380 grams),
  • 50% CO2 liquid plasma (380 grams) with a small amount of the CO2 GaNS (11gr).

To introduce the flow of fields similar to the cause of the crystallization, ratio of around 2:1 can be created by splitting this GaNS into two patches: patch 1 (smaller, 261 grams), patch 2 (bigger, 511 grams). To avoid fermentation of the material inside the patches, before sealing, try to put all the air out of the patches.


The procedure for processing FD involved placing two patches around the foot – as in Figure 3. Patch 1 (smaller) was placed under the foot around the heel area, while the second patch (bigger) was placed opposite the first one, on the top of the foot. In this way, the crystallization was directly positioned in between the two patches. It is important to leave minimum 5cm distance between the two patches for the interaction of the fields and to keep patches on for no less than 48 hours.

Figure 3. Processing FD using the urine GaNS patches.


Start of the application: 20:15 on 13/10/17

First check [11:00 on 14/10/17]: The physiotherapist verified an evident mobility and a clear reduction of the pain during the physiotherapy of that limb.

Second check [10:30 on 20/10/17]: The crystallizations were dissolved.


The first results of increased mobility and pain reduction were confirmed within 15 hours of the first application of patches. Within one week, the cause of the FD condition was fully resolved, and the physiotherapy moved to the next phase of restoring the full range of movement.


Special thanks to Mr. Keshe for his unconditional knowledge sharing and through it for saving the life of this beautiful soul - my daughter.


Lapadula, G. (2018). Spaceship Blueprint Day - Day of Mozhan - ZOOM 2018-04-14 15:03 Giovanni about Naomi:

Supplementary material

The full presentation of the different applications of the plasma technology in regard to the coma condition, can be found in the Day of Mozhan, video presentation (Lapadula, 2018). The transcript of this presentation is available on the KF wiki.