Dear colleagues!


Our 7th World  Scientific Congress “Education, Science, Culture and Peace” has come to an end. We put much hope upon it.


And I dare say that these hopes were justified.


Our Congress was a real elite meeting, where fundamental, significant ideas that can solve the issues of education and science were told. The interaction of education, science and culture create the foundation for the peace in the world.


Our Congress revealed that the very interaction between the scientists can direct creative people’s power to the one common goal: the peace on our planet.


Our Congress graphically demonstrated that the interaction between the scientists is the basis of the discoveries for the sake of humanity.


The very interaction of the scientists from different countries allows creative people to develop their talents and direct their aims towards the strengthening of the peace on our planet.


We could make a conclusion that our Congress justified its high mission if the people after the reading of the materials of the Congress, feel more confident and see that science cares about their material and spiritual values.


From the name of IHAC and IUFS I want to invite all the participants to the 8th World Scientific Congress, which is going to take place in Saint Petersburg in Nov 2016.


I hope that the topic of the Congress “The New in the modern Science: Discovered and undiscovered” will be interesting the scientists.  We think that with the help of the interaction of the different phenomena and beginnings this explanation could be found. In any case, we will do our best to do it.


Hospitable Saint Petersburg is waiting for you, my dear colleagues. Welcome and see you!


Thank you for your attention!











Then known as Ceylon, lying in the Indian Ocean, separated from the peninsular India by Palk Strait, also known as Granary in the East and Pearl in the Indian Ocean, is none other than my motherland, SRI LANKA.

 This island was once under the Portuguese, Dutch and finally, under the British rule, known as the BritishCrown Colony of Ceylon and gained independence as a result of tremendous struggles, in the year 1948, although it remained under dominion status. Its 1972 constitution proclaimed it as an independent republic and changed the country’s name. Finally in 1978, a new constitution officially declared the island as the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.






Marie Rose Abousefian Ph.D.



Today, at a time of rampant upheaval and increased globalization, entire nations are being forcibly displaced, resulting in monumental demographic shifts; masses of people are being uprooted from their homelands and dispersed across the world. The natural course of people’s history is being disrupted and they’re being threatened with the eventual loss of their language and their old national traditions. It has become imperative to probe the issue of national belonging, without which it would be impossible for the nations of the world to promote peace.


Currently an alarming number of nations are being stripped of their human and territorial rights. Wars that strictly serve the interests of the world’s great powers are directly responsible for this mass displacement, which is a key factor in the destruction of nationhood.


The West is redrawing the globe’s political map, for its own interests. They are using economic might to justify their ongoing bid for globalization, promoting their own values and culture to the detriment of marginalized peoples. Ethnicities and ancient indigenous cultures are being trivialized and in many instances replaced by Westernized versions of themselves, creating cultural disruptions and double standards among “host” societies.  






Prof. V. P. Maikov, prof. N. I. Maikova, prof. L. V. Potemkina

 Our team represents the Department of Rehabilitation and Information Medicine of the International University of Fundamental Studies; we carry out research and development in the field of human energy and information medicine for prevention and treatment of a wide range of diseases, we develop special programs to activate the adaptive potential of a childs entire body which forms the foundation of their physical, mental and intellectual health.

 The issue of human health has always been a top priority in all societies. The weakening of human immunity, the expansion of known diseases and the emergence of new ones  - all these problems are now part of our reality.

 Modern orthodox medical approaches fail to solve these problems. The modern approach treats diseases but cannot eliminate their cause. The cause remains and the disease evolves to a chronic stage. Whereas, ancient traditional medicines use methods of disease treatment aimed at eliminating the source of disease they did not have any scientific explanation.





Conceptual substantiation of priority criteria of quality of life and health in assessing the effectiveness of health care, social and environmental programs


Professor Luchkevich V.S., Russia, Saint-Petersburg

International University of Fundamental Science

International Academy of Ecology and Human and Natural Security

North-Western Public Medical I. I.  Mechnikov University


Dear members of the Bureau and members of the international congress!

 Ladies and Gentlemen!


Human wisdom suggests: to assess the happy life it is important to consider not only how many years a person has lived, but, most importantly , how many years have made in this life years with good quality of life.

I give this picture not to remind the audience about the historical significance and architectural merits of St. Petersburg (where we are always happy to meet you). Draw bridges are a symbol of that factors of health and disease risk existing in the world civilization, problems of ecological safety and unmet subsistence needs –they are on one side, and measures of active preventive health conservation, increase in life expectancy and optimal living conditions – are on another shore. A connecting bridge, ensuring the unity and the ability to implement socially -oriented state policy priority of health and ideological activities, protection of the rights and well-being, is to optimize the quality of life of the population as the main criterion for the effectiveness of social and environmental programs .



Using Creative Transbiosensorial Technology for Solving Psychosomatic Issues

Iurii F. Saveliev – Winner of the UNESCO Award for Health Improvement; Grand Doctor of Psychology; PhD in Pedagogical Psychology, Full Professor at International University of Fundamental Studies and at Oxford; Best World Scientist of the year 2015; Professor at the BPA, Member of the Presidium of the Professional Medical Association of Popular Medicine; “Unified Russian Register of Healers” in the area of popular medicine; Director General of Health Centre “IRBIS-STUDIO”; expert of breathing psychotechnics; Biosensologist,Artist,Traveller.


Dear organizers of the conference, Presidium members and colleagues! Today I have the honour to present to you my paper on the subject of

“Using Creative Transbiosensorial Technology for Solving Psychosomatic Issues

Through Stimulation on Artistic Activities”


However hard the humans try to move away from nature, they still remain an organic part of it. The preservation of the biological diversity and of the health of the natural systems and the support of the reproductive capacities of nature are essential for the life and the health of the human beings. It is impossible to retain health in a sick environment. The human influence on nature has been taking on the scale of ecological catastrophes and large zones of natural calamities. That is why the natural environment, from its part, fails to provide the humans with the necessary resources, deprives them of the possibility to breathe clean, to drink fresh water and to eat good food, as well as to livein a favourable natural environment. The natural capacities of the environment to purify itself cannot keep up with the ever growing economic activity of the humans. As a result, more and more diseases that affect humans are caused by the pollution of the environment.

The modern civilization cannot turn down the industrial development which continuously increases the pressure on the environment. However, the humanity is capable of and responsible for controlling and minimizing this pressure. The harm inflicted on nature and the human health by the industrial and household pollution cannot be justified by any economic “benefits” from the neglect of the ecological order. A sane environment is expensive, but the human health is priceless.