Présentation de l'éditeur
Noncontact fight is the ability to act upon the rival without any visible physical contact with him, which appears to be the peak level of martial arts skill.
To discover the history of the noncontact fight system let us turn to the history of its development in Russia and Germany.
Leading world scientific centers for human mental and physiological reserves research (in Russia and Germany) took a keen interest in the noncontact fight technique as early as in the forties. In 30s-40s the only Institute of Psychology in the world was located in Germany. When Hitler took power, in 1934 he immediately issued a secret order to found thirty scientific-research institutes in Germany to create “psychotronic weapon”. Top secret research and development activity with the assistance of all the best of India, Tibet, China, Europe, Africa, the USSR and America began in Germany since then.
Simultaneously with Germany, Russia was conducting the researches to study the theory and practice of activation and use of hidden reserve human capacities at secret Soviet military research institutes under supervision of leading specialists in Russian physiological schools (Ukhtomskyy, Bekhterev, Bernstein, and Pavlov).
After the Second World War all secret researches from Germany were taken by the conquerors – rocket and engineering researches – by the USA and psychophysiologic ones – by the USSR.
After the war, approximately in 1950-60-ies Russia was sending the most trained soldiers from special subunits to China and Japan to study the secrets of hand-to-hand fighting more seriously and deeply.