Posts Tagged ‘electromagnetism’

Mystical Science, Crop Circles and the Small Hadron Collider

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Telepathy, flying saucers, and parallel universes are all within reach as 21st-century neuroscience and theoretical physics approach a new science of the mystical.

A kind of ESP in dolphins is being studied.  And in a recent success with technology-assisted telepathy, neuroscientist Giulio Ruffini documented brain-to-brain communication of the words ciao and hola from India to France, “without the intervention of the sensorial system.” That’s right, telepathy has been achieved with little more than non-invasive brain stimulation and wireless internet.  You could almost do this at home.

Now that quasi-ESP can be made to happen on demand, let’s see who can wrap their minds around the idea of real, spontaneous telepathy in humans – even telepathy between humans and Otherdimensional consciousness.

Last year’s crop circles, starting with Chualar, showed us that interdimensional, telepathic communication is a reality, and the late-season circle at Ammersee revealed the pineal as the waveguide antenna driving that communication.  The cascade of synchronicities that has accompanied this conversation over two decades demonstrates a pulling effect, as hinted at by the tractor at Inman.

I see it this way: our electromagnetic field and our pineal gland are a self-regulating engine of consciousness – our unique Small Hadron Collider, which is ultimately responsible for connecting our  electromagnetic emissions with those from an Otherdimensional consciousness.  

Michio Kaku has called the brain “the most complicated object in the known universe,” to say nothing of the way telepathy works to connect our brain and our consciousness with an Otherdimensional consciousness, which brings us to the realm of the really far unknown.  With that said, the more abstractly you can think about this, the more sense it will make:

When the frequency of emission is compatible with the frequency of transmission, corresponding waves are drawn together into a co-creative space – such as that depicted in the Ammersee circle. This is where a portal linking two or more consciousnesses sparks to life and then disappears, sometimes leaving behind actual physical traces of its transient role.

Think of the way negative ions in a raincloud are drawn to a positively charged object on the ground, creating a flash of lightning. Cosmic rays linked to our own DNA activation play a key role in the creation of lightning by the downward-reaching filament. In this we can also find a resonance with the twisted magnetic ropes that have been found to connect the Earth and Sun, massaging our individual electromagnetic fields and creating flashes of altered reality.  As lightning leaves evidence of its passing through, so do these altered states during co-creation events leave their calling cards in various forms of communication.

These affinities found in nature reflect connections between our own consciousness and consciousness originating in an Other dimension.  In interdimensional communication, the pineal waveguide system acts as an engine of consciousness and each being’s unique and dynamic electromagnetic emissions that are essentially filaments of energy pulling in complementary waves.  When the interface occurs, that’s where we get the flash of synchronicity or other telepathic communication.  Some get more of these flashes and others fewer because individual waveguides are unique.

Now exactly how the waveguide works exactly is another matter altogether. Right now the message seems to be to look at very high energy quantum interactions driven by chemical and electromagnetic changes regulated by the pineal gland’s orchestra of neurotransmitters – but hey, I’m not a scientist.  The satellite dishes standing over the Ammersee formation emphasise that waves with high directivity are the product of a finely tuned pineal gland – the state we’re in when we’re feeling “in the flow” so to speak.  In these moments communication occurs more readily.

There are far too many unknown variables at this point to predict telepathy or synchronicity to the satisfaction of science, but we may soon see experiments regarding exploring the pineal gland’s role in electromagnetic fine-tuning and interdimensional communication.


Sentient Waveguides: Perceiving the Cosmic Hologram

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Why are certain individuals prone to see UFOs, while others are not?

People from all around the world, from all walks of life, of all colours and creeds and sexual orientations and education levels, and from all recorded ages in history, have reported UFOs.  Why do some have one vivid UFO sighting, while others experience repeated encounters, sometimes even meeting with, presumably, extraterrestrial or interdimensional occupants over long periods of time?

I’ve seen dozens of UFOs, many of which I can be certain do not match any conventional explanation.  A few friends have had their first-ever dramatic sightings of UFOs in my presence.  And I’ve encountered, at any hour of the day, a number of sentient and communicative, yet astonishingly unconventional, entities.

Naturally, I wonder why?

A scenario worth considering is that the sensing of a UFO is closely linked to its spectrum, i.e., its signature, and the percipient’s ability to sense that specific vibration.  Just as some whistles are made so that a deer or a canine can hear and respond while humans don’t hear the waves, so too UFOs emit certain “para-frequencies” of colour or sound, for instance, to be recognised and analysed only by those tuned to perceive…

…with the brain as a waveguide.

If what we’ve just pondered is correct, another question factors in: What allows one to be capable of perceiving a frequency that others don’t?  Could the percipient be intentionally prepared, perhaps by the UFO occupants’ interference via a deliberate genetic manipulation or by simple evolution (I intuit that the function of non-coding DNA may apply here, in either case) to register frequencies that most of Earth’s human population does not?

(A cascade of ideas is now set in motion…)

On a related note, farm animals have been known to riot on the night before a crop circle is found.  Are the animals agitated by, or otherwise responding to, the frequency created by the circle maker(s), be they plasma, material, or something else?  And why do birds detour around some crop circles and not others?  I suspect some formations give off a signature that the birds avoid due to their reliance on electromagnetic fields for navigation…


Heliospheric Ramblings, DNA, and 2012

Monday, September 7th, 2009

“Meaningful breakthroughs in science come through intuitive leaps.” ~ Itzhak Bentov in Stalking the Wild Pendulum.

In August 2007, according to NASA, a “dent” in the heliopause was detected by Voyager 2.  The dent, NASA stated, was caused by “the interstellar magnetic field.”  Clearly, since the Voyager went through a dent, we’re talking about an interstellar magnetic field with boundaries, a focused field of unknown origin as far as I can tell, and not just a general, uniform influence on the entire heliosphere.  Without more scientific knowledge, I can’t say for sure, but might an interstellar magnetic field capable of denting our heliosphere also have the capacity to breach it, thus intersecting with untold results our solar system and its inhabitants?

Brought closer to home, Earth’s magnetosphere is being impacted on some level by fluctuations in solar as well as galactic radiation, especially as we near the Milky Way’s equator, where the gravitational pull of the galactic centre would seem to be highest.

I believe the Sun is having curious affects on non-biological devices as well…

I’ve an aside for anyone who wants to dig a little deeper than I can right now.  What kind of effect might all the geomagnetic push and pull in which our planet is enmeshed have on the Large Hadron Collider, which was shut down soon after its reveal due to “magnet problems?”  A month ago we were told that the Collider would be restarted in November at half-power.  We’ll have to wait and see if that happens, or if the LHC’s restart is delayed yet again….and if so, why.

For now, as the heliosphere surely continues to shrink, the potential for extreme effects on consciousness – human and otherwise – could be cloaked and spun like another Roswell, and most “remote-controlled” humans (i.e., those wrapped up in the mass media cocoon) would be none the wiser.  But at this critical time, the “2012 era” in which we’re now very much immersed, our DNA is being sorted out.  Biologists have only very recently been able to calculate the rate of DNA mutations in humans; could this scientific advance, in and of itself, be related to the DNA mutations themselves?

Although in the popular media the emphasis is on potential dangers of genetic mutations, I suspect rather that some of them are coding for enhancements (e.g., light, fractal patterns, symmetrical waves, multi-resonance states) which may have the greatest impact on organisms already functioning at a high vibration.  If that’s true, then the human beings receiving the greatest benefits of the current evolutionary acceleration are those who are already emitting higher EM vibrations (waves), which entrain them to other entities, both human and non-human, biological and non-biological, that are vibrating at the same frequency, thus creating resonance.

Those who decades ago sensed the coming of the “new age,” now the 2012 era, and withstood ridicule from relatively-static or even devolving individuals are now realising the prophecy of positive evolutionary changes in the consciousness of all matter – not just in humans, but in animal, plant, and even mineral matter.  On the other hand, tendencies toward anger, distortion, and entropy tend to be amplified during geomagnetic storms, which easily target unstable frequencies.

A few days after a large coronal hole in the Sun that unleashes a strong solar wind aimed toward Earth, the resulting geomagnetic storm on Earth is also going to affect each person’s unique electromagnetic field.  Anyone can observe this phenomenon.  Simply track solar wind events and resulting planetary geomagnetic storms, and note the effects on human (or otherwise) behaviour and emotions.


Singing the Body Electric – Human Force Fields and The Streetlight Effect

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

I’ve thought about the streetlight effect quite a lot, because the phenomenon of knocking out streetlights happens around me quite a bit.  These events are also episodic to a degree, typically clustered around times when I perceive my quantum vibration to be intensely high.

Based on how I feel energetically, I can generally predict whether or not streetlights will go out when I’m near them on a given night.  If I’m driving home from an intriguing lecture or have just been involved in a fractalising conversation, or if I’m just thinking, thinking, thinking and making new connections – that’s when I’m more likely to affect streetlights.  So it would appear that the streetlight effect is related to increased cognitive synaptic activity.

Simply feeling more energised may well be a sign that we’re primed for increased subtle electric interactions.  The mechanism by which this happens is a mystery, but I intuit that our unique vibrational frequency and sensitivity factor in.  When I’m surrounded by negatively-charged ions, for instance, I get a mental surge which is likely electrical in nature – and which may also explain my fascination with stormchasing:  I’m hungry for the storm’s negative ions.

Another possibility is that spontaneous increases in neurotransmitters like serotonin and DMT may play key roles in working with quantum energetic fluctuations.  Terence and Dennis McKenna, in The Invisible Landscape, note that when we’re saturated with certain tryptamines (presumably whether via enhanced endogenous production or an outside source), the resulting electron spin resonance (ESR) of the metabolising tryptamines within our bodies may be “amplified to audible levels,” at which point the sound “…can actually become visible – as if the vibrational wave patterns were shifting into the visible spectrum (italics mine).”  Perhaps this speaks to halos depicted around angels and other figures as far back as prehistoric cave paintings.

A phenomenon that may be related to all of this is BOLs – balls of light – and here’s a story to preface why.

One day in the mid-1990s, a time when I was highly energised in general, I was totally enchanted by love for my cat; she was purring so loudly and seemed to be in trance, like me.  I was filled with so much love for her at that moment, words can’t describe.  Suddenly a bumblebee type of BOL (so described due to its size, its general energetic feel, and even the sound I perceived) came flying at me from across the room – !  I saw it from the corner of my eye and then looked right at it, instinctively ducking as it flew past me, moving my head slightly right.

I actually felt the buzzing energy graze my left eyebrow.  Simultaneously I jumped up from the sofa, tossing little Minou’ halfway across the room.  Thinking the BOL must have hit the wall behind me and be bumbling around on the floor behind the sofa, I instantly looked for it, but it was gone – or at least it had become invisible.

I’ve always thought the BOL just described was attracted to the force field generated by the strong loving feelings between my cat and me at that moment. Maybe these BOLs are outward manifestations of our own electricity once we’ve attained a certain highly-energised state by one of the methods I’ve described above.

Maybe they’re completely independent beings or disembodied intelligence that manifest on their own when conditions are right.  If either case if true, even part of the time, BOLs (visible light or plasma in a “bundled” form of EM) and BOEs (balls of energy in the non-visible part of the EM spectrum) may be drawn into and/or released by our own electromagnetic field.

By extension, whether BOL or BOE, “packets” of excited energy may interact with a streetlight’s sensor or other functional mechanisms, disrupting the lamp’s anticipated operating conditions.

That may sound complicated, but it really boils down this:  I theorise that our energy, when vibrating at a high enough state, can produce gravitational effects and “surplus” electromagnetic radiation, whether in the visible spectrum or not, and that this conceivably leads to such phenomena such as BOLs, the streetlight effect, and even synchronicity, as I’ve detailed previously.


Title Reference:  “I Sing the Body Electric;” Walt Whitman.

As often happens, a recent blog posting at Mike Clelland’s site, Hidden Experience, inspired me to write this one.  You can read his article here.