The author of the "Bronnikov-Fekleron" system is Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Bronnikov.
This technology is not new, it originates from ancient knowledge and wisdom.
During years of extended studies he constructed an easy to learn and transfer technology, suitable for the modern time.
From a very young age V.M. Bronnikov possesses a vast amount of knowledge. This can be partly explained by his heritage and partly by the place of his birth
A large part of his knowledge comes from his family. They pass on the Templar system the ‘Ruby Eye of the Dragon’, a technique that deals with direct vision with closed eyes. This technique is known since ancient times and is a part of many martial art systems. Bronnikov: “I only possess the knowledge of the ‘Ruby Eye of the Dragon’, which is just one of eight parts of the total ‘Dragon System’. The knowledge of the other seven parts is spread all over the world, each of us will complete the total system with a specific technique”.
Another great influence has been the city Feodosia (Crimea, Russia), where is was born on February 1st 1952. The official name of the city is Theodosia, which means ‘Given by the Gods’. The city is approximately 8000 years old and stands for universal wisdom and mysticism.
Bronnikov: “The place where I grew up is very special and possesses many power places. It is called the place of the dragon force, it is said a wounded dragon lies here from which a source of power flows. Right at that place is a holy water spring. Also you will find the church of archangels Gabriel and Michael, the church of the Holy creation. Nearby is the sacred mountain Mitrdat, it is said that Hermes Trismegistus VI is buried here. Each one of these places has its own qualities/essences and taught me something special”. At this unique spot, partly on the old city walls, he build the Bronnikov Information center.
From the age of 3 a regular visiting Tibetan monk taught him lessons dealing with the before mentioned knowledge sources. Very young he discovered his special abilities, but wasn’t able to control them. Because of out of control situations he decided to close off these qualities. At first he didn’t understand the value of his knowledge and qualities. Step by step he developed a program; how to control these abilities and how to easy pass it on to others. Through time the technology refined and keeps developing.
The years of experience with the technology offered an enormous amount of information, offering the evidence that it has a stimulating effect on the creative abilities and self-healing ability of men.
There are no teachers within this technology, only mediators, helpers. We assist you in discovering/finding the hidden knowledge that lies within yourself. In order to proceed we need each other; a cooperation system.
- Bronnikov Corporation
- Vyacheslav Bronnikov Foundation
- International Academy of Informatization
- Russian Academy of Social Technologies and Local Governance
Doctor in Philosophy
Dean of the faculty Creative Economy at the World Noosphere University of Cosmic Research
Director of the Center of Noosphere Psychology Research Institute for Complex Municipal Researches at de Russian Academy of Science
Vice president of the International Agency of public security in Genève, Medical department
- The “Bronnikov-Fekleron” system
- The international investment project Informational social ecology of the XXI century
- The Noosphere World - 15 Reality project
- The method Holographic Informational Human Development
- The descovery of the Holographic Interface of the Brain
- Author and director of the program Human Internet
Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Bronnikov performed, together with a.o. Natalia Bekhtereva, Neuro-scientific studies in the field of the functioning of the brain.
Natalia Petrovna Bekhtereva (1924-2008)
Neuroscientist, neurophysiologist and psychologist
Tremendous track record, including:
Director of the Soviet Institute for Experimental Medicine (1970 – 1990)
Her awards include the Wiener Medal given by the American Society for Cybernetics (1972) en the USSR State Prize (1985)