Mgr. Marie Vilánková
I see living organisms as absolutely perfect, one could say, incredible information systems with unbelievable abilities. I do realise and often explain in my lectures that toxins not only influence the body on a physical-chemical level, but also disrupt the processing of information. Logically, this leads to impaired communication between individual cells and to the impairment of immunity, as well as hormonal and neural control of the body. By applying the theory of information on living systems, I am also finding new connections between pathogens and functional disorders of the human body.
After spending most of her childhood on the back of a partially wild horse in the beautiful nature surrounding Pošumaví, she graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague. She specialised in informatics, theory of information, mathematical analysis and algebra.
In the 1990’s, she began pursuing her interest in the effects of natural substances and toxins on living organisms. She then decided to dedicate her life to studying immunology, microbiology and psychoneuroimmunology. She not only pursues information theories on living systems, but also physical theories on the creation and origins of the universe.
She has explained some of her findings in an accessible and simple way in the book „Treating with information“, which was published in 2018 by the Czech publisher Argo.
Ing. Vladimír Jelínek
You can look at the human body and nervous system as if it was a microelectronic system, one which is under the influence of physical and biochemical laws. It does not function or functions imperfectly when certain toxic substances are allowed to spread within it. A personal computer must, from time to time, be disassembled and thoroughly cleaned. So shouldn´t this apply to the human body too?
From 1985 to 1991, I studied the field of microelectronics at the Czech Technical University in Prague. I spent several years of my life immersed in scientific toxicology studies. I was particularly interested in the processes involved in the deposition of toxic organic and inorganic substances into the human body. The number of scientific papers regarding this topic is huge. Very detailed and valuable toxicology information can be found, for example, in the Toxic Substances and Diseases Registry (ATSDR) in Atlanta, Georgia, which is a federal public health agency within the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
This was also one of the sources Vladimír Jelínek referenced when putting together the Joalis preparations.