Patrick Flanagan
Hydration & water research - Microclusters®

Without exaggerating Dr. Patrick Flanagan may be regarded as one of the most important scientists of the last 45 years.

Patrick Flanagan has made numerous discoveries and inventions within the fields of biochemistry, physics and nanotechnology.

Having a unique interdisciplinary capacity Patrick Flanagan understands, unlike anybody else, how to look for and unite contrasts.
It can be seen in his clear spiritual understanding and this consequent application in his research.

With over 300 patents he was named, in 1997, by the “International Association for New Science” as “Scientist of the Year”.

Over the years he has succeeded in obtaining, in a smart way, independence from the military and other ruling powers.

University graduates and researchers at famous universities from Oxford to Stanford began to study and be influenced by Dr. Patrick Flanagan's work.

In spring 2005 a further circle was closed:
Patrick Flanagan the first time in contact with the GIE® Water Activation Technology. Since that first meeting Patrick uses GIE® Water ActivationTtechnology. Having observed very encouraging results he plans to investigate the GIE® Water Technology further.

Patrick Flanagan states
“... the water out of the GIE® Water Activation Device remains clear and pristine .... ! ”


Gillis Patrick Flanagan was born on the 11th of October in Oklahoma City, USA.
In his early infancy he showed a strong interest in research and special intellectual achievements.
At the age of two Patrick Flanagan began to take apart technical equipment. Before reaching the age of five he was also capable of assembling it back again.
At the age of six his father provided him with a chemistry laboratory.
Patrick developed his own version of one “Russian Sleeping Machine”. He was, therefore, able to reduce his sleep to less than four hours per night.
Development of a detector for remotely guided rockets. The material which was used was: spare parts for amateur radio equipment and new components which had a total cost of 5 dollars. The detector could determine the take-off and the detonation of rockets and atom bombs up to a distance of 13,000 kilometres away. In the following three years he documented all rocket launchings and atomic bomb tests worldwide.
At a science fair in Houston he received the first prize in electronics for this detector. Thereafter, newspapers throughout the world reported about the new equipment and the young inventor. After having confiscated the detector the Pentagon refused Patrick any further access to his invention.
At the age of 12 Patrick Flanagan gained his amateur radio operator licence.
He made his first solo flight; right after his 17th birthday he receives his private pilot licence.

Academy of Achievement in San Diego awards Patrick Flanagan the gold medal for the invention of the neurophone.

The renowned LIFE magazines names Patrick as "one of the most important hundred young men and women in the United States".

At the age of 19 Patrick is a member of the Gemini space flight program and worked for NASA on the Gemini firing computers.
Patrick Flanagan wins more than 30 gold medals in several gymnastics competitions in the USA.

Dr. Henri Coanda hands over to Patrick the results of his research conducted over many decades about living water and his contribution to the longevity of humans with the order to bring this research to a conclusion.
Patrick Flanagan participates in a research project with the US Navy concerning communication with dolphins.
Mid 1960's:
Patrick Flanagan made successful research in the area of air cleaning and anti-gravitation.
Patrick terminates all of his government sponsored research and thereafter finances and operates his own consulting companies.
Patrick is awarded the Doctor of Philosophy.

Publication of the book “Pyramid Power” which was written within one week. Over one and a half million copies of this book were sold. This book is the foundation of his reputation as being one of the founders of the New Age.
Appointment as Professor for Psychology.

After 20 years of research: Successful reproduction of the legendary Hunza water in the form of a crystal energy concentrate (with Flanagan Micro clusters). The legacy of Henri Coanda, to develop a product which supposedly gives humans greater longevity and better health, is fulfilled.
Early 1990's:
Patrick Flanagan receives a PhD from the “Medicina Alternativa” at the “Multi Disciplinary World Medical Congress” in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Professor Anton Jayasuriya of the “Medicina Alternativa Institutes of Sri Lanka” proposes Flanagan's work concerning the reproduction of the Hunza water by Microcluster Technology for the Nobel Prize.
Connection of the colloids with a high number of negative charged hydrogen ions (forerunner of "Active H", the world's strongest anti-oxide).
Dr. Patrick Flanagan was named by the “International Association for new Science”' as the "Scientist of the Year”.

2002: New, digital model generation of his Neurophone: DSP & GRS
2012 New, digital model generation of his Neurophone: NF3

Further development of his anti-oxide to the "active H" - magnesium instead of silicon is used as the carrier material with 50% more micro clusters than the previous product.

First contact with the GIE® Water Activation Technology. Patrick Flanagan states
“... the water out of the GIE® Water Activation Device remains clear and pristine .... ! ”

Published studies:

1. Journal of Medicinal Food - Volume 5, Issue Number 1, 2002. Antioxidant Capability and Efficacy of Mega-H Silica Hydride, an Antioxidant Dietary Supplement, by In Vitro Cellular Analysis Using Photosensitization and Fluorescence Detection.
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2. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy - Volume 28, Issue 11, 2003. Synthesis of a Novel Anionic Hydride Organosiloxane Presenting Biochemical Properties.
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3. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy - Volume 29, Issue 5, 2004. Non-toxic Hydride Energy Source for Biochemical and Industrial venues: ORP and NAD+ reduction analyses.
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4. Journal of Medicinal Food- Volume 6, Issue Number 3, 2003. Evaluation of Hydroxyl Radical-Scavenging Abilities of Silica Hydride, an Antioxidant Compound, by a Fe+2-EDTA Induced 2-hydroxyterephthalate Fluorometric Analysis.
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5. Free Radical Biology and Medicine - Volume 35, Issue 9, 2003. Antioxidant capacity of silica hydride: a combinatorial photosensitization and fluorescence detection assay. (click to download)

6. Journal of Medicinal Food- Volume 7, Issue Number 1, 2004. Differential Metabolic Effects on Mitochondria by Silica Hydride Using Capillary Electrophoresis.
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