The Science of Biogeometry


  • Jerry Gin Foundation for Mind-Being Research (FMBR)


BioGeometry, Radiesthesia, Subtle Energies, Harmonization, Resonance, Octaves, Harmonics, BG3, BioSignatures, EMF


 In a world where we are continuously impacted by the environment, often in negative ways, it would be ideal to be able to neutralize those negative energies to reduce their effects on us.   One such source is harmful radiation from electromagnetic fields (EMF) all around us.  Then there are the toxins in the air and water, pesticides and antibiotics in foods, and the microbes in the air and the environment. All of the negative components of the environment have the potential to cause a wide spectrum of diseases.  BioGeometry is a science, which offers a possible solution.

 BioGeometry combines Pythagorean harmonics, history of architecture, Ancient Egyptian temple science, German and French Physical Radiesthesia to form a modern "Physics of Quality" as the basis of the science.  Dr. Ibrahim Karim, founder of BioGeometry, built upon this foundation and found the energies, which contribute to health in biological beings. He defines the BioGeometry as "the science of establishing harmony between biological fields and their environment, through the use of a design language of form, color, motion and sound." We are all receptors of the "quality of physics" from an energetic perspective - we see electromagnetic radiation in the range of 400 to 700 nanometers and call this color; we hear compression of air waves and call this sound, we feel with our skin via sensors that transmit signals to our brain; the same can be said of all of our primary senses. Sound and color and all energies are related through resonance. Dr. Karim discovered that higher harmonics of 3 energy qualities, that he called BG3, were beneficial to health of humans, animals and plants.  He discovered ways to create these energies and studied the beneficial effects of the energies on diseases such as hepatitis C, on reversing EMF sensitivity, growing plants without pesticides, raising chickens without use of antibiotics, and lowering leucocytes in cows milk.  This article describes the principles of BioGeometry and gives examples of the studies that have been conducted which demonstrate the utility of BioGeometry.




How to Cite

Gin, J. (2015). The Science of Biogeometry. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 11(2), 290–309. Retrieved from