Sea Angel Dolphin Resort $300B

Sea Angel Dolphin Resort is a $300B 100,000 Room Eco Resort on a artificial island in the Pacific Ocean near Oahu, Hawaii. The main feature of the hotel is a maternal ward centered on a Dolphin Assistance Therapy (DAT) program. Pregnant mothers and families can visit the hotel for a six week period to bare their child with dolphins. A resort like this can possibly increase the IQ of children of up to 15 points, plus these children are more emotionally stable and stronger physically. A program like this could be marketed to mothers in which mental illness runs in the family, or in which the mother wishes their child to become leaders in their community, and mothers who desire to have an athlete in their family. Additionally the DAT program can be marketed to those suffering from mental illness, Autism, and PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), or those who simply need to recharge from a stressful life. Sea Angel’s DAT program will also incorporate Patrick Flanagan’s neurophone synthetic telepathy technology for inter-species meditation workshops between dolphins and humans.

The lagoon artificial island complex will include a silky blue 600 ft tall Nautilus hotel containing 60,000 rooms, and a 40,000 room sideways laying clam shell hotel with a pool in the middle with birthing chambers on top, and pearl shaped hotel with 20,000 rooms. Nearby is a 16 acre beach lagoon with 6 acres reserved for beach swimming and 10 acres for dolphins, which is partitioned by a see through underwater acrylic wall in which dolphins can view the visitors and other wild dolphins if they choose to swim by. A mile long clear acrylic pipe will be connected into dolphin lagoon so dolphins can “swim” into the ocean and swim into the hotels to greet guests and pregnant mothers.

The rooms of each hotel will be equipped with scalar technology to relax the brain waves like the EE System to sync the mind back into relaxation. At night beach hologram shows of dolphins are played over the ocean along with recorded sounds from live dolphins. Conference rooms will bring in extra revenue source for seminars, meditation, and yoga workshops.

There will also be underwater domed pavilion in which visitors can view the dolphins as they swim, possibly made from transparent aluminum (alon optical ceramic) connected with a transparent tunnel to the mainland hotel. Inside the dome will contain neurophone projectors and receivers. The dome will extend above sea level where patrons can sit outside on a dolphin viewing platform. Here boats can take patrons into the sea where they can swim with wild dolphins if they so choose.

To enhance the experience a few wild dolphins could be selected and implanted with a neurophone mic and wireless transmitters. Signals will be relayed back to into the dome where people can meditate and telepathically interact with the wild dolphins in the sea. Future applications could potentially include a A.I. computer algorithm to decode the transmissions into English or Spanish. If we can successfully decode communication then we could send a boat into a super pod of dolphins and request the dolphins to swim on board to be transported to the hotel pools where patrons can interact with the dolphins. At the end of the day the pod will be placed back on the boat and returned out to sea which is then repeated every day. In every step of the process the dolphins will be given freewill to choice to participate in this project ensuring no animals are held in captivity. A grant will be necessary to determine the feasibility of this idea however keeping dolphins in captivity would be the next best choice.


Dolphin assisted therapy is aimed at treating individuals identified as having mental and physical disabilities. This animal-assisted therapy has shown some efficacy in the treatment of those who are physically and mentally ill and disabled as well as adults and children with various psychopathologies. Therapy generally involves the patient swimming and playing with dolphins over several sessions while working on tasks such as hand-eye coordination or various verbal response targets. It is a highly attractive form of therapy due to the dolphins being well-liked, exotic animals. The exact healing mechanism behind DAT is unknown. The three most prominent theories for DAT are echolocation, dolphins being attracted to people with disabilities, and overall joy and relaxation. Other theories include simply being in the water and increasing attention in individuals with autism.

Proponents of DAT have claimed that the ultrasound emitted by dolphins through echolocation clicks has a mechanical effect on human endocrine and neural systems. These effects enhance healing by changing the individual’s body tissue and cell structure. This is one of the most popular theories behind DAT; however, the evidence backing these claims appears to be purely anecdotal.

A typical two-week Dolphin Human Therapy program significantly increases language, speech, gross motor, and fine motor functioning among children and adults with various disabilities when compared to the more conventional speech or physical therapy programs that last a minimum of six months. Other purported benefits of DAT include increased stimulation, better memory, increased motor skills, accelerated healing, and an increase in a person’s well-being as well as reduced stress, pain, and depression, increasing relaxation, enhancing the production of infection fighting t cells, endorphin’s, and hormones, and enhancing the recovery process. In summary, DAT increases attention span, motivation, and language skills more rapidly and cost effectively than other more conventional therapies and showed beneficial long-term effects for approximately 95% of those treated.

The main goal of Sea Angel hotel is to drive the cost of DAT therapy down to make it affordable to the average person. Today the average cost of DAT varies depending on the length and location of therapy as well as the therapy package chosen. There are currently DAT programs all over the world including Europe, the Middle East, Asia, USA, the Caribbean, Mexico, Israel, Russia, Japan, China, Bahamas, and South America. The typical price for five 40-minute sessions is about $2,600. Typical travel, food, and lodging costs can raise the price to $5,200 over two weeks. One notable example quoted in 2006, Nathanson’s Dolphin Human Therapy, costs $7,800 for two weeks or $11,800 for three weeks not including travel, food, and lodging. It is worth noting that these sums of money are being exchanged for activities that are often nearly indistinguishable from swim-with-dolphin programs typically frequented by tourists. We would also need to have a hospital maternal ward for emergency uncomplicated cesarean section which would be covered by insurance. Due to the size of sea angel resort we believe we can match the cost of having a child born with DAT comparable to the same price of a uninsured traditional hospital uncomplicated vaginal birth. Pricing will be based on duration of stay, duration of time with the dolphins, and treatment approach.

Sea Angel Cost Breakdowns – Assuming 60% occupancy of 70,200 guests per day
12,000 Rooms Average Cost $252 Per Night ($1.512 M per day / COGS is 15% / Profit of $1.814M a day)
Food and Restaurant Revenue $35 a day per person ( 60% occupancy earns $252,000 a day / COGS is 30%/ Profit of $176,000 a day)
MOD, Conferences, and Spas 5% of total revenue or ($99,000/ COGS 20%/ Profit of $79,000 a day)
Total Revenues $2.069 M a day or $755 M a year
Costs as Percentage of Hotel Revenues Per Year

Utilities 10%

$75 M

Manpower 20%

$151 M

Housekeeping and Gardening 5%

$37 M

Insurance and Administration 5%

$37 M

Accounting , and Financial 4%

$30 M

Repair and Replacement costs 10%

$75 M

Marketing Costs 4%

$30 M

Stationeries , Misc Costs 4%

$30 M

Total Costs

$465 M

Hotel Total Revenues

$755 M
Hotel Gross Profit
$290 M
Swim with Dolphin
$40 for a daily one hour group session ($288,000 a day/ COGS is 25%/ Profit of $216,000 a day)
Dolphin Birth with Human Midwife
$3,000 (25 percent or 1,800 of the guests are birthing mothers on six week stay or 42 births day ($128,000 a day / COGS 25%/ 96,000 Profit a day)
Dolphin Swim Total Profit
$114 M
Sea Angel Total Profit
$404 M
12% Income Tax Rate
$48 M
Net Profit
$355 M

With Sea Angels 12,000 rooms at 60% average daily occupancy priced at an average $252 per day package which does not include the daily swim with dolphin packages we should net about $2.0 M a day. So after subtracting operating costs and taxes Sea Angel should earn $355 M profit per year. The average total cost of a 6 week package for couples (2 people) giving birth that includes midwife, food, lodging, and access to the dolphins comes out to $31,700. This is comparable to the cost of uninsured births in the United States which starts at $30,000 and can go up to $50,000 for C-Section.


A 44 mile long skytran will be built for $ .59 B and will connect Waianae Beach to Koko District in Honolulu, at a cost of $13.5M per mile. Skytran travels at 80MPH and will be able to allow tourists and islanders to travel through the most densely populated areas of Honolulu within 32 minutes or less in the network, which includes Waianae Beach, Kalaeloa Airport, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu International Airport, Downtown District, Waikiki Beach, University of Hawaii, and Koko District. To reduce operating costs the top of the Skytran will include solar panels and the fully automated pods will levitate which will reduce maintenance costs of the tracks. Additionally because the track is above ground level no right-ways will need to be acquired and can be built over existing thoroughfares. The pods will also be a beautiful way to view the island as a tourist attraction. The system can service a max of 11,500 people an hour and expected to run at 50% volume or 138,000 passengers a day or 50,300,000 a year. Considering 25% of that would be free to children and seniors gives us a paid ridership of 38 million passengers a year. At a cost of .$53 per passenger ($.18 cents capital costs and $.35 cents operating) each ticket can be priced at $2.50 for a $2.00 profit. This will yield a profit of $75.5M a year and a break-even time of 8 years.


Around the resort we will level 1,300 acres of the beach town of Waianae, HI, population 13,000 people, from the map, at a staggering cost of $3 Billion. From the rubble will rise a new community of high end eco resort hotels and apartment complexes which will accommodate up to 50,000 people . We will incorporate a new town, known as Waianae Beach and create our own city bank. The bank can purchase everyone’s property and allow a 5 year time frame for people to live in their homes rent free while they find new homes or we build new homes for them.


Solar roads and roofs so the area produces zero net carbon.
Buildings must have an organic, round, or pyramid shape. No boxes or modern style structures.
Startup Incubator facility for new business development.
City Bank
Free Food
Free Health Care
Free Higher Education
Eliminate Poverty
Retire Property, State Sales, and State and Federal Income Tax
Free Housing


Not only will a city owned bank help fund this project, it will help also improve the lives of all its citizens. Beginning with an initial bank capitalization of $2.5 B, collateralized on the future value of the labor of its citizens, the bank will then loan 10 times more money or $25 billion in the form of interest free loans for businesses and homes. Businesses will have to give up a percentage of ownership of their companies in exchange for this money, with a negotiable max cap of 45% ownership. Homeowners will be expected to pay the money back, however to become a citizen a homeowner will have to pay a $100,000 onetime membership fee for each person residing in the area in exchange for zero property taxes in perpetuity. This fee will be waived for the original 13,000 citizens of Waianae, HI if they so choose to live here.

Eliminating usury eliminates the distortions of the flows of capital, crashes of hyperinflationary cycles, and corruption on every level of society. Instead of interest paid , these loans would require ownership of a portion of the underlying businesses as collateral similar to Islamic gold banking minus the sharia laws, and loans will by city ordinance only be distributed to residents and businesses of the city for development within the region and not sent off to Wall Street or off-shoring. A model like this was done in the state of North Dakota; despite its horrible climate they are one of only two states in the US that has no debt and a booming economy thanks to its state bank which invest tax revenues. This is the power of fractional reserve lending when it’s used the right way.

The bank will begin will begin by acquiring 1,500 acres for $3 B and razing it back to virgin land for the redevelopment, a 44 mile long Skytran will be built for $ 600 M and will connect Waianae Beach to Koko District in Honolulu. $3 B to build Sea Angel Resort, $300 M for city infrastructure, $1.1 B for a vertical food growing tower (5 acres 20 stories tall to feed 30,000 people), and $17 B for new business loans and homes. For a total bank portfolio $25 B.

After the original groundwork construction, the bank will have a $17 B loaning portfolio available to fund anyone who has a great business idea and chooses to be a resident of the city. All loans offered are interest free in exchange for a portion of the underlying asset. Business will not be taxed; however, they will instead be enticed with a special savings account which they can invest their dividends, dividends are projected to be based on 8% average ROI of the portfolio value of which 36% is deposited into a high yield 21% A.P.R. Waianae Beach Municipal Bank Savings Account; granted to them for doing business with the bank.

The $17 B loan portfolio may look like this:
40% or $6.8 B for Residential Apartments, Villas, and Condos ( Average size 2,600 Sq. ft.)
($6.8 B will build 9,315 residences for 24,000 initial settlers)
60% or $10.2 B business investments.


Type Dividend Payout Total Earned for Bank (100% to 45% Ownership)
Residential Apartments, Villas, and Condos 4% positive cash flow
$272 M
$272 M
Business produce a dividend cash flow of 5%
$510 M
$230 M
$75 M
$75 M
Sea Angel
$127 M
$57 M
Vertical Growing Tower (Food is given away, surpluses pay for operational and upkeep)
$0 M
$0 M
Total Dividends (which increases at 6% annually)

 $984 M

$634 M


This $634 M money will then be invested for one year in a high yield Waianae Beach Municipal Bank Savings Account which cannot be withdrawaled during this time. This would then be leveraged out at 2x or create $1.268 B new currency each year which is hyper-inflationary. But the growth of the economy at 8% ROI will negate effects of price increases from this action. 30,000 people in this community live in 9,315 residences each earning a average total of $73,486 or total GDP of $684 M. According to Walter Burien exaggerate governments are not putting their investment ownership back into the general fund and hoarding huge stockpiles of cash which is distorting accurate GDP models which show governments in fact represent 90% of all GDP income. Since we are not skewing the GDP data set we can then add businesses ROI which is growing at 8% or $816 M . We also add Skytran and Sea Angel which pumps another $430 M into the economy for a total economic output of  $1.93 B . At 8% annualized growth rate of the region the most new money that can be introduced into the economy is $1.93 B.

So we then take this $634 M bank deposit and fractionally lend out at a rate of 1 to 3 or create $1.902 B of new money out of thin air . This hyper-inflationary action will not be noticed by the people because the growing 8% GDP will negate the dilution of the extra dollars issued.  The earnings of this account will then be divided six ways.

DIVIDEND ALLOCATION YEAR ONE (increases at 5.3% annually $1.902 added annually)

Type Dividend Allocation Year One
20% Original Investors
$380 M
10% City Governance to Retire Taxes
$190 M
5% New City Building Projects
$95 M
5% Right to Thrive Dividend – Paid to each 24,000 residents $3,960 per man woman child
$95 M
5% Socialism – Health Care Insurance Fund – 24,000 residents $3,960 per man woman child (Need $4,358 per person for truly free health care)
$95 M
48% new loaning activity to grow entire dividend allocation expansion at 5.3% a Year. ($912 M/ $17 B)
$912 M
7% Paid back to businesses as interest earned at 21% A.P.R Waianae Beach Municipal Bank Savings Account.

$133 M

DIVIDEND ALLOCATION YEAR TEN (increases at 5.3% annually $4.371 B added annually)

Type Dividned Allocation Year Ten
20% Sales and Income Tax Retirement
$874 M
10% City Governance to Retire Taxes
$437 M
5% New City Building Projects
$218 M
5% Right to Thrive Dividend – Paid to each 24,000 residents $9,083 per man woman child
$218 M
5% Socialism – Health Care Higher Education Fund – 24,000 residents $9,083 per man woman child
$218 M
48% new loaning activity to grow entire dividend allocation expansion at 5.3% a Year. ($912 M/ $17 B)
$2,098 M
7% Paid back to businesses as interest earned at 21% A.P.R Waianae Beach Municipal Bank Savings Account.

$306 M


80% Original Investors
15% Citizens of Waianae  Beach, HI
5% City of Waianae Beach

We estimate that the land could be sold for new developments at $1.5 B minus the cost of its acquisition and demolition and returned to original investors. The other ($1.0B) will be paid back to investors in full in 3 years considering bank portfolio ROI of 5.3%. If original investors deposit their earnings in the high yield investment account at 21% A.P.R for ten years. Then investors can retire their ownership and withdraw from their account $15 B (original investment was $2.5 B) .


All property tax will be retired within the city in accordance to charter bylaws. City operational cost is all funded by the bank. Once all investors retire in 10 years we can have it written into the city charter to redirect that cash flow as vouchers to pay state sales and income tax for its citizens so the area becomes a tax free zone.  If we can negotiate with legislatures we could also use the city bank to act as tax proxy for its citizens, with the bank responsible for paying all relevant state sales and federal income tax so that businesses and citizens can save money and time by eliminating tax compliance officers and attorneys.

The vertical growing tower provides enough free food for its citizens. Though not everything will be on the menu, some of the surpluses can be traded so there would not be a net operating loss on this social welfare program. The bank will also be able to fund a private health insurance fund giving all its citizens access to free health care  .

A portion of these dividends will also go back to the citizens in a right to thrive divided. By paying all levels of society a small cash flow it will ensure there is no homelessness and poverty in the area and reduce crime rate, which is often a direct result of scarcity and neuroses due to lack of money. It will also serve to value citizens of society who provide indirect benefits to other members such as artists, musicians, and retirees who can now volunteer their time with the younger generation to teach them their wisdom. Childcare workers and social workers can now be held in higher esteem the society currently shows them , and wealthy citizens will have more money to fund humanitarian activity, a 20 hour work week, as well as the elimination of starvation and poverty.

Soon thousands of people will be relocating in the area, escaping oppressive tax rates found in other municipalities. Investors will profit from the real estate bonanza which will be bid up higher and higher from all the retirees, entrepreneurs, millionaires, and billionaires who want escape all forms of taxation. As you can see everyone wins. No need for businesses and government fighting with each other to hide money. There are plenty of high paying jobs, plenty of funds for tax retirement, and even money for some forms of socialism which may include free health care, free higher education, and free food. Free housing could be provided in exchange for a waiver of right to thrive dividends until housing unit was paid in full. Individuals who take on the free housing option would need to seek employment to pay living expenses.

Each year the loaning portfolio will grow to match the GDP and fund the creation of new business ventures in perpetuity and or housing developments at 0% interest. And as a thank you to these businesses for allowing the bank to use their dividends for a year, these businesses will make a whopping 21% A.P.R. on the money they invested in the bank.


To become a citizen an individual would be required to move a new business into the city for an upfront fee or create a small business plan with a loan request of under $50,000 USD for submittal to a bank advisory committee. The committee will select the best business plans and if approved the entrepreneur will be given access to funding and a private membership association granting them access to their own Waianae Beach Municipal Bank high-yield divided savings bank account. Loans in excess of $50,000 or business plans not approved by city bankers will be sent over to a public crowd funding styled government website in which city residents can vote on projects they like to see funded.

Those who do not want to work , but want to retire in the city can still move into the city and enjoy its benefits but would be required to pay a membership fee of $100,000 USD in exchange for a share of the bank which will be returned if the citizen decides to leave. This fee can be waived for original Waianae citizens. This membership fee is deposited in the bank and used to create more business loans to fund further growth. Workers that lose their job and do not actively try to find new employment may be subject to banishment unless they prove they are providing a service which benefits the community voted upon by a public website, or pay the $100,000 membership fee. Remember there will be plenty of jobs due to the roaring economy. This way only the worst offenders are kicked out of the area.


Average hotel has 115 rooms and covers 48,000 sq. ft. or 417 sq ft per room with hotels , ballrooms, and restaurant amenities averaged in (325 sq.ft. otherwise) .
National Average for a mid to high range hotel is $463 per sq. ft.
Building in Honolulu costs a premium of +35% or $625 sq.ft.
12,000 room hotel in Hawaii costs $3.1 B
12,000 rooms at 60% avg daily occupancy at avg $250 night is 1.8 M a day . So assuming we need 25% occupancy rate for breakeven or $750,000 we will make 1.05M a day profit or $383M profit a year.
Costs approx. $18.24 M to buy 10.48 acres or $1.7M per acre, markup of 100% is $3.4M per acre
Average home has 2,600 sq.f.t . Average home in Hawaii costs $730,000 , Average home has 2.58 people, 30,000 people will require 11,627 residences at a price of 8.4 B dollars.
Need 867 acres residential land at $3.4 M acre plus another 432 acres  negligible in cost, $3B to acquire land.
Skytran travels at 80MPH, services a max of 11,500 people an hour, costs $10 M per mile to build or $13.5M for relevant island cost premiums.


Dolphins help bring peace to Veterans

Dolphin therapy helps Veterans find peace while transitioning from combat into civilian life.

By Larry Gilstad, Miami VA Healthcare System
Friday, October 28, 2011

“There’s no magic pill with PTSD.”

But there are dolphins.

“It’s very peaceful when you get in the water. It’s stress-free and it brings out playfulness, happiness,” said Iraq and Afghanistan Veteran William Mulvey.

Mulvey, a 32 year old U.S. Navy Veteran from Homestead, Florida, is receiving care for PTSD and TBI from his combat experiences at the Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center in Miami, Florida.

Two years ago the recreation therapy service at the Miami VA was offered the opportunity for combat Veterans and their families or caregivers to swim with dolphins by Island Dolphin Care, Inc., a not for profit organization in Key Largo, Florida.

“For the past few years we’ve been working with Veterans coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan and that’s an honor and a privilege for us,” said Pete Hoagland, IDC Manager and co-founder. “We’ve even seen some vets from the Vietnam conflict and last week we had some vets from Korea and World War II which was just amazing.”

“To put a smile on all those people’s faces and give them an idea that hope lives, that joy is something that you need in your lives is just a wonderful thing,” he added.

Kim Severance oversees the marine science education and Veterans programs. She says the Veterans have provided consistently positive feedback. “The number one response has been ‘I can’t believe how good I’ve felt after… or for two weeks afterwards.”

Some research has been published regarding the effects of swimming with dolphins according to Tabitha Aragon, Recreation Therapist for the Post Deployment Clinic at the Miami VA Healthcare System. Aragon says the basic data they’ve collected so far shows overall improvement in anxiety and depression levels after just the one-day program.

“It’s the excitement and motivation of being in this environment with these incredible animals that is such a powerful tool. We use it to create opportunities for children and young adults with special needs and challenges, disabilities, life-threatening conditions, kids from “Make-A-Wish” and similar organizations, and our Veterans,” Hoagland explained.

“But it’s expensive… just maintenance and electrical bills, water bills, all that stuff… it’s about a million dollar a year budget,” Hoagland said. He added that IDC receives strong local community as well as national philanthropic support but is always in need of additional funding.

Much of that support goes toward paying for individual and group scholarships that allow those who otherwise could not afford the sessions the opportunity to experience the dolphins.

“Island Dolphin Care fund raises and gets grants for the entire (VA) program. No money comes from the Veteran or the VA,” said Aragon.

Island Dolphin Care was created twenty years ago out of a parent’s need to improve her son’s life. Deena and Pete Hoagland’s son Joe was born with a heart defect that required multiple surgeries to correct. After his third open-heart procedure, Joe suffered a stroke that paralyzed his left side.

Deena, a licensed clinical social worker and therapist, thought Joe would respond better to water therapy. She asked Dolphins Plus, one of the oldest commercial ‘swim with dolphin’ programs in the U.S., if she could try with her son. Joe met a 600 lb. Atlantic bottle nose dolphin called Fonzie and the effects were almost immediate. Deena recognized what worked for Joe could help others as well. Gradually Island Dolphin Care evolved into the nationally recognized dolphin therapy program now benefiting Veterans. “We’re all about taking broken lives and helping them move in a positive direction. It’s truly an honor and a privilege to work with these men and women that have given so much for us. I can’t think of a better job than to work here and help make those programs successful,” Hoagland said.

To learn more about the dolphin swim therapy program, call Miami VA Recreation Therapy at (305) 575-3295 or e-mail

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Proven Benefits of Dolphin Assistance Therapy

1 The Black Sea bottlenose dolphin is the natural factor that exerts a healing effect on patients suffering from neurological disorders, mainly with a strong psychogenic component of the pathogenesis.

2. The employment of the dolphin for therapeutic purposes is based on its positive attitude towards humans; desire to establish contact, ease of training and control, exotic appearance, large size and the ability to conduct treatment in an aquatic environment.

3. The healing effect of the dolphin is realized most completely in a multilink system, doctor-coach-dolphin-patient. The process of therapy consists of several stages, such as psychological preparation of the patient, contacts between the patient and the dolphin, relaxing procedures after the contact and supportive psychotherapy after the course of direct dolphin-patient interactions has ended. The optimal period for the patient’s direct involvement with the patient is 15-20 minutes once a day for a period of 7-10 days.

4. The established mechanisms of dolphin therapy are: emotional stress with an elevation of psychological and physical activity of the patient and his or her responsiveness to external influences, including those of psychotherapeutic nature, retardation of pathological neuropsychological dominances and a formation of a positive attitude, improvement of psychological status and psychosomatic self-control, decrease in the strength of vegetative regulatory mechanisms.

5. A system of prognosis of treatment outcomes has been developed, based on the behavior of the patient towards the dolphin during a test contact and an evaluation of the readiness of the dolphin to participate in a therapy session, based on its feeding activity and breathing rhythm.

6. Dolphin therapy for patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome enables to reach significant improvement in 65.9±2.4% of cases in men and in 81.5±3.8% of cases in women. With thalasso therapy without a dolphin, improvement levels are at 30.1±2.9% for males and 60.5±2.7% for females, which is significantly (P<0.05) lower than with dolphin therapy.

7 Children 5-10 years of age with neurological disorders associated with negative environmental influences showed a decrease of minimal brain dysfunction in 62.9 to 87.2% of cases, depending on the patient’s age. In children between 7 and 10 years of age, the therapeutic effect was also manifested in decrease of headaches. The use of thalasso therapy resulted in significantly lower (P<0.01) improvement rates of 42.7 to 57.6%.

8. Dolphin therapy of children between 5 and 12 years of age suffering from enuresis leads to a significant decrease of involuntary urination episodes. It is especially effective in the 5-6 year age group where improvement levels reach 90.5±1.3%, in comparison with 30.1±2.3% using thalasso therapy alone (P<0.001).

9. The dolphin therapy course in children between 5 and ten years of age suffering from logo neurosis, supplemented by special “dolphin breathing” exercises resulted in speech improvement in 75.9±4.6% of cases (P<0.001) directly after the conclusion of the therapy and in 90.1±3.1% (P<0.001) when long-term effects are taken into account. Thalasso therapy without the dolphin resulted in no significant improvement.

10. In children suffering from phobias, 88.2±4.5% (P<0.001) of patients showed significant improvement, with persistent remission observed in 67.2±1.5% (P<0.001). The use of thalassotherapy alone did not result in significant levels of improvement.

11. The fraction of children between 5 and 15 years of age with considerable decrease of clinical signs of depression after dolphin therapy varies from 52.3±1.5% and 61.7±2.3%, depending on the age group. Thalasso therapy alone resulted in improvement levels of 10±1.4% to 23.1±2.3% of cases, which is significantly lower (P<0.05).

12. Dolphin therapy of children suffering from neurasthenia, leads to marked improvement in their condition in 78.4±2.4% of cases (P<0.001). Thalasso therapy alone does not have a statistically significant effect.

13. Dolphin therapy exerts a considerable healing effect on children between 5 and 10 years of age afflicted with infantile autism syndrome. Clinical improvement with respect to day symptoms (autism, auto stimulation, conservative behavior) was observed in different age subgroups in 64.8-82.6% of cases. With respect to night symptoms (sleep disorders, enuresis, ritual behavior, aggressiveness) the improvement was observed in 74.3-88.2% of cases. Thalasso therapy without involvement of dolphins gave no significant improvement.

14. Dolphin therapy had effected on the main clinic manifestations of the children suffering from cerebral palsy but significantly improved patients’ psychological status and social adaptation.