Last month a series of synchronicities led me to record the image of a tetrahedron with a parallel tangent line, depicting the interaction of our 3D reality with an Other Intelligence. I see it as a symbol for Inter-Intelligence Communications and refer to it as the IIC symbol.
What else is in man? Consciousness. Conscious beings emit electromagnetic waves; we are wave producers, then. That consciousness may essentially even be an intelligent electromagnetic field is not out of the question.
The message that’s becoming more clear all the time is that the connecting point in the IIC symbol – the place of contact between us and the Other – is a waveguide of sorts, tuned to frequencies that are then focused into coherent interference patterns, creating a platform for inter-intelligence co-creation.
We can’t always control when contact occurs, but what seems clear is that we can pursue states of consciousness – EM signatures – that invite contact. I’ve described the feeling of locking in with an Other Intelligence as vaguely similar to the sensation of gazing at a page of unremarkable dots until a virtual 3D image suddenly and inexplicably emerges. There the image remains easily observable for some time, suspended in a strange other reality before dissolving once again into a static field of dots.
Think of this space created by the waveguide as a fleeting, holographic bubble of reality. Maybe it causes a dimensional shift that blends discreetly into our reality. However it happens, what’s really cool is that what occurs there leaves something tangible here – flat-map alignments and other high-order synchronicities, for instance.
And crop circles – sometimes even ones made by people!
Though its true elegance was lost on most, the circle at Chualar in December was the product of many conscious beings, including myself, the whole Nvidia bunch, the location scout, the team of circlemakers in the fields, and the Other Intelligence. What better utility than a waveguide to steer all the pieces together in a statement of intelligent co-creation?
The crop circle at Charlton which appeared a couple of weeks after my last article also restates and elaborates on each of the components of the IIC symbol. Accessing a larger version of the black and white diagram may be helpful in visualising what I’m trying to describe:
Staring into the central tetrahedron for some time, a minute at least, should bring to peripheral vision a shimmering multidimensional chiaroscuro. From this perspective, the tetrahedron appears divided into parallel, concentric slices, representing our reality interacting with the parallel Other dimension through the waveguide. All of this occurs in what appears to be an otherworldly multidimensional space.
Fourteen years ago, The Thompson crop circle demonstrated the waveguide concept through a high-level synchronicity that connected me with it, through its shape, and even through its map placement.
Early that Sunday morning I was intent on finding the crop circle rumoured to have appeared near Thompson on the plains of North Dakota. With nobody up and around yet, my friend and I drove through the landscape hoping to chance upon the unconfirmed crop circle in the hundreds of square miles of fields surrounding Thompson.
Eventually the town began to wake up and we managed to talk to a good few people, but still, no one had heard of the crop circle. Finally we resigned ourselves to abandoning our search and turned our attention to the fourteen-hour drive ahead of us.
I literally had one foot in the car when I was stopped by the vision of a ponytailed man putting gas in his old pickup, this dog wagging from the back window. This fellow was my last chance lottery ticket, so what else was there to do but scratch?
“Have you heard about a crop circle around here?” I must have looked a mess after two hours of sleep in the last fifty.
“It’s in the field across from my house,” he said, flabbergasted I’m sure.
Waveguide activated; synchronicity achieved.
At one point I was dowsing the formation, and continuing on toward the circle after leaving the tapered arc, my rods drew together to mark a delicate grapeshot in my path – a small detail which may have been lost in the stubble of the harvested field.
The single tapered point drawn toward the big circle via the smaller circle lends the feeling of waves not only interacting with the waveguide, but somehow also being pulled into it. Electromagnetogravity? Whatever it is, the taper is crucial to the waveguide clue, and our attention is purposely drawn to it.
If I’m processing all of this correctly, then these synchronicities are specialised arrangements of reality occurring within the interference patterns generated by a waveguide of sorts. The waveguide ensured that Thompson circle was put into the field when and where it was, and subsequently that Scott Wilde and I were both present at the same place and time so that the crucial message shared there could be understood.
The waveguide brings the TIP Line back into the conversation to emphasise the importance of the message. The Wilde Thompson line is identical to the line that clued me in to the first communication that manifested in with Inman in 1995, which is one and the same that pointed out the fourth raised dot in the Braille Number Sign map glyph that arrived with the 2014 season opener at Chualar.
Others who are pursuing contact might be experiencing the waveguide effect in various synchronicities and other crop circle phenomena as well. Last year, for instance, fellow circles experiencer Roger Sugden saw a cloud formation that he felt sure would be reflected in a new crop circle. A few weeks later, feeling the circle was imminent, Roger drove from Indiana to Madisonville, Tennessee, where crop circles had appeared previously. Just short of his intended destination he got a call informing him that a new circle had appeared a couple of hours from him in another direction entirely.
The Gray circle was indeed resonant with the cloud circle Roger saw week earlier. The relevance of this detail can’t be overstated, as it seems to reflect a common origin with the cloud circle encountered by Ron Russell and myself just moments after discussing the unhoaxability of such a thing (!).
There’s one more clue to be found in Roger’s experience, one that might easily be overlooked. Roger’s got his own TIP Line, reflecting the same criteria as two points in the original 3-point TIP Line: one of the points shows where Roger heard about the crop circle, and the other shows where he found it.
Through some type of waveguide effect, we’re able to interact with this Other Intelligence so that the co-creative magic of crop circles may continue to amaze and instruct us.
Once again: “Pay attention – this is important.”
STACE TUSSEL COLLIGAN