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Title: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: electrobleme on December 02, 2009, 20:29:31
Where do those unique ideas or thoughts come from?

Humans throughout the ages have had sudden "brainwaves", a flash of inspiration, a bolt from the blue that bursts into their thoughts (brain) and explodes their mind. Non scientists may call some of them a vision. How do people have ideas that are either not related to anything they know or or should know.

Remember how after a night out, when you are ill or not feeling well how your brain slows down? You can not recall facts, things that people have said, sometimes even names of people you meet in the street? Is this because chemicals have altered your brains energy for that period, or tiredness has reduced the energy of your brain? Is it because a lot of your information is not stored in the brain but out in the ether?

You do hear of people who say that the idea just fell into their brain totally formed with no need for them to do anything more to it. Is it because they were hit by a brainwave or they were in tune with the Electric Universe?

Is the brain not a processor but a receiver/transmitter/transformer?

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The Akashic Records

The Akashic Records refer to the frequency gird programs that create our reality. The Akashic records (Akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning "sky", "space" or "aether") are collectively understood to be a collection of mystical knowledge that is encoded in the aether; i.e. on a non-physical plane of existence. The concept is prevalent in New Age discourse. The Akashic Records are understood to have existed since the beginning of The Creation and even before. Just as we have various specialty libraries (e.g., medical, law), there are said to exist various Akashic Records (e.g., human, animal, plant, mineral, etc) encoding Universal lore. Most writings refer to the Akashic Records in the area of human experience but it is understood that all phenomenal experience as well as transcendental knowledge is encoded therein.
The Akashic Records - crystalinks .com (http://www.crystalinks.com/akashicrecords.html)

The "Akashic Records" phrase appears to have been invented in the 19th century but is the actual idea older than that? If the term or dieas it describes has some truths to it then it does not matter if the phrase is recent.

Old religions mention God/Gods and books (i am not saying that old religions are correct though!). The Jewish and Christian versions of the Bible mention God and his books and there seems to be different types of Gods Books (pdf) (http://www.cyber-chapel.org/GodsLibrary.pdf).

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and now, if Thou takest away their sin -- and if not -- blot me, I pray thee, out of Thy book which Thou hast written.
Exodus 32:32 - Young's Literal Translation - biblegateway .com (http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=exodus%2032:32&version=YLT)

In the Qur'an it says

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Verily, We have created all things with Qadar
[Qur'an 54/49]

No calamity befalls on the earth or in yourselves
but is inscribed in the Book of Decrees -- (Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz),
before We bring it into existence. Verily, that is easy for Allah
[Qur'an 57/22]

"Qadar (Divine Preordainments of all things before their creation, as written in the Book of Decrees Al-Lauh Al-Mahfûz)"
Qur'an (Qadar) - muttaqun .com (http://muttaqun.com/qadar.html)


And scientists have also considered the possibility that the brain is not just a natural computer.

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Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field

Are our thoughts made of the distributed kind of electromagnetic field that permeates space and carries the broadcast signal to the TV or radio.

Professor Johnjoe McFadden from the School of Biomedical and Life Sciences at the University of Surrey in the UK believes our conscious mind could be an electromagnetic field.

“The theory solves many previously intractable problems of consciousness and could have profound implications for our concepts of mind, free will, spirituality, the design of artificial intelligence, and even life and death,” he said.

Most people consider "mind" to be all the conscious things that we are aware of. But much, if not most, mental activity goes on without awareness. Actions such as walking, changing gear in your car or peddling a bicycle can become as automatic as breathing.

The biggest puzzle in neuroscience is how the brain activity that we're aware of (consciousness) differs from the brain activity driving all of those unconscious actions.
Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field - unisci.com (http://www.unisci.com/stories/20022/0516026.htm)


If Everything Is Electric...

If Everything Is Electric (http://www.everythingiselectric.com/) and it is an Electric Universe then humans - who are hugely electrical with an electrical brain, infact everything about humans seems to be electrical - interacting with the EU and other humans would only seem to be a matter of course. Earth, moons and planets interact and connect with each other and the Electric Universe, so why not living beings with this planet and the Electric Universe?

In an Electric Universe there will be links, feedback and circuits between all things (http://www.everythingselectric.com/forum/index.php?topic=131.0).

Even Wal Thornhill and David Talbott have discussed the idea of our thoughts/ideas/information being part of the Electric Universe. This was mentioned in their superb radio interview version of Thunderbolts of the Gods - Thunderbolts of the Gods Pt.5 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lMJs2W6IJc) and Thunderbolts of the Gods Pt.6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYe9ZVcP5kg)



Thanks to hydrogen2oxygen.net (http://www.hydrogen2oxygen.net/) for some of the links and especially for mentioning Akashic Records :)
* Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field (http://www.hydrogen2oxygen.net/our-conscious-mind-could-be-an-electromagnetic-field/)
* Where are our thoughts written? (http://www.hydrogen2oxygen.net/where-are-our-thoughts-written/)


Title: Electromagnetic Field Theory of Consciousness - CEMI field theorya and the EU
Post by: electrobleme on December 02, 2009, 21:31:40
The conscious electromagnetic field theory

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Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field

Are our thoughts made of the distributed kind of electromagnetic field that permeates space and carries the broadcast signal to the TV or radio.

Professor Johnjoe McFadden from the School of Biomedical and Life Sciences at the University of Surrey in the UK believes our conscious mind could be an electromagnetic field.
Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field - unisci.com (http://www.unisci.com/stories/20022/0516026.htm)

If Everything Is Electric in an Electric Universe...

Would this help to explain ESP? Electrical Sensory Perception?

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The conscious electromagnetic field theory

...Consider driving along a familiar road. You may be listening to the radio, thinking about some problem at work, but your brain is busy performing all the complex computations necessary to control your limb movements and maintain your car on the busy road, unconsciously. You spot a hazard sign ‘Roadworks – Major Congestion Ahead!’ and immediately your conscious mind takes control, to slow the car and perhaps try to find an alternative route home.  What is it that is taking control in these situations?

What we need to look for is something that is a product of the brain’s activity, but which also has the power to influence that activity. Surprisingly, we have known for years that such an entity exists within our brain. The neurons in our brain transmit electrical signals along and between nerve fibres. It is always assumed that the electrons and neurotransmitters moving down these nerves are the movers and shakers of neuronal computation.

(http://www.everythingselectric.com/images/electromagnetic-field-theory-of-consciousness-cemifieldtheory.jpg)

However, all electrical circuits - and that’s basically all neurones are – generate an associated energy field, known as an electromagnetic field or em field. This field contains precisely the same information as the circuitry that generated it. However, unlike neuronal information, which is localised in single or groups of neurons, the brain’s em field will bind the neuronal information into a single integrated whole.

This consciousness electromagnetic information field (cemi field) theory may sound far-fetched, but it rests on just three propositions. The first is that the brain generates its own em field, a fact that is well known and utilised in brain scanning techniques such as EEG. The second is that the brain’s em field is indeed the seat of consciousness. This is far harder to prove but there is plenty of evidence that is at least consistent with this hypothesis. Em fields are waves that tend to cancel out when the peaks and troughs from many unsynchronised waves combine. But if neurones fire together, then the peaks and troughs of their em fields will reinforce each other to generate a large disturbance to the overall em field.

In recent years neuroscientists in many laboratories across the world have become interested in the phenomenon of neuronal synchrony. Experiments from Paris’ Laboratoire de Neurosciences demonstrated synchronous firing in distinct regions of the brain when a subject’s attention is aroused by a pattern that resembled a face. When the subject saw only lines then his neurones fired randomly but when the subject realised he was looking at a face, his neurones snapped into step to fire synchronously. In this, and in many similar experiments, neurone firing alone does not correlate with awareness – but the em field disturbance generated by synchronous firing, does. The simplest explanation is that the brain’s em field is conscious awareness - the cemi field.

The last cemi field proposition is that the brain’s (conscious) em field can itself influence neuronal firing. Like the first proposition, this is easy to prove and is indeed inevitable. Radio sets and TV’s are designed to be sensitive to the electromagnetic fields of radio waves; but in fact all electrical phenomena are sensitive to the surrounding em field. Neurones are fired by specific structures, known as voltage-gated ion channels that respond to the external em field. Mostly they are gated in such a way that only massive changes to the brain’s em field are likely to influence neurone firing. However, in a busy brain there will be many neurones teetering on the brink of firing and these undecided neurones may be exquisitely sensitive to the em field. The cemi field – our consciousness - will come into play when the brain is poised to make delicate decisions.

That concept of information encoded as an electromagnetic field is actually a very familiar one. We routinely encode complex images and sounds in em fields that we transmit to our TV and radio sets. What I am proposing is that our brain is both the transmitter and the receiver of its own electromagnetic signals in a feedback loop that generates the conscious em field as a kind of informational sink. This informational transfer, through the cem field, may provide distinct advantages over neuronal computing, in rapidly integrating and processing information distributed in different parts of the brain. It may also provide an additional level of computation that is wave-mechanical, rather than digital; one that drives our free will. This is the advantage that consciousness provides: the capacity to make decisions.
The conscious electromagnetic field theory - J McFadden- surrey.ac.uk (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/qe/cemi.htm)

Johnjoe McFadden (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/qe/cemi.htm) has investigated and written a lot more about the Electromagnetic Field Theory of Consciousness - CEMI field theory.

He has the latest links to them on his site (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/qe/cemi.htm) or you can click below to some of them.

(http://www.everythingselectric.com/images/klondike-chilkoot-trail-gold-rush-1890s.jpg)

** Mind and Matter - Chapter 13 - Quantum Evolution by Johnjoe McFadden (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/qe/QE13.htm) - a chapter from his book with an early explanation for CEMI field theory

** Synchronous Firing and Its Influence on the Brain’s Electromagnetic Field - Evidence for an Electromagnetic Field Theory of Consciousness (pdf) (http://www.theplasmaverse.com/pdfs/cemi_theory_paper_johnjoe_mcfadden.pdf)
** The Conscious Electromagnetic Information (Cemi) Field Theory (pdf) (http://www.theplasmaverse.com/pdfs/conscious-electromagnetic-information-cemi-field-theory-johnjoe-mcfadden.pdf)
** The CEMI Field Theory: Seven Clues to the Nature of Consciousness (http://www.theplasmaverse.com/pdfs/7-seven-clues-to-the-origin-of-consciousness-johnjoe-mcfadden.pdf)
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on December 03, 2009, 09:11:00
Somewhere in the brain e/m impulses, produced from a sensor like the ear, get converted into consciousness. Thus the nerve electrical impulses and consciousness are intimately connected. But they are not the same thing. It is only in specific regions of the brain that nerve impulses induce consciousness. So consciousness is separate to the nerve impulses. Consciousness is non-physical.

DNA leaves an imprint in the aether. Buildings probably do the same, so this change in the aether is the Akashic record. Thus by sensing these features of the aether one can read the Akashic record. But still there seems to be blocking of the catastrophic and survival experiences.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: electrobleme on December 08, 2009, 05:10:54
good stuff :) this and other recent info is making me think a lot about stuff so I will get back to you on this, just got to get ideas together
Title: buildings energies frequency and blocking of access to past traumatic events
Post by: electrobleme on December 16, 2009, 01:00:48

Does DNA or everything single part of every single thing leave its imprint or frequencies. Perhpaps multiplying or damping the affects of those other fields around it and us.

Buildings have different energies that change over time, depending on what is happening around them and in them. I knew a lady who had a lovely old cottage that should have been peaceful but there was a certain edge to it. She was advised to stop allowing very "stressed" or chaotically energised people from staying there and it seemed to work. I wonder if that should also be applied to electronic devices especially powerful wi-fi?

Could the blocking that you talk about be ourselves or the memory of the planet doing it? A bit like humans blocking out traumatic events. Humans or the planet not wanting us to remember and be afraid of what did happen and could happen again. If its accessed by tuning into a frequency or stored somewhere then if we can not tune into that frequency or access that part of the EU then we would not know about it. We might be able to tune in for moments but then the background or special frequency adds or subtracts itself and we wander off tune.
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on December 16, 2009, 05:51:07
Location, location, location.
A few inchs out, and You are off signal.
The alter in a church or any such construction is precisely positioned, to a fraction of an inch.
Then crystals come into the equation, google michael poynder.
The lattice I detect has one inch lines( i call them lines but they are sheets, imagine a sheet of glass slicing through universe , a complete whole slice.
Imagine 55 such all meeting at a point, then it gets really complex because there are NINE parallel such lines( sheets)
Then there are even more similer sets of these adjacent, too comp-lex to explain or draw, but each line acts as a carrier , it allows another system to travel upon it, vast amount compress in implosive fashion into the central point.
then it gets even more complex because in layers this is all going in the opposite direction, the interconnected opposite spirals imploding and emitting from the planet form the flower of life geometry.
then it gets even more complex as the resultant field patterns of multitudes of such interfere with each other,
then it gets even more complex as the sun and moons field patterns start interfering with all the patterns, when you start adding in the planets and their moons and then stars, well its complex.
The STUFF that flows imho is LIFE, it has the information of all life of all times.
All You have to do is atune, be at ONE with it.
I start singing and thinking in poetry fashion when I achieve this, mostly if I am dowsing with rods following and staying on line as such, I can fix onto any line and remain absolutely atuned to just that line, if i set off on a sixpence, I could land on a sixpence, and travel back the same, even across the atlantic ocean, it doesn't matter how far off the line I travel if I stay atuned to it, the rods will point in it's direction until I land upon it again, no need for any silly compasses, this lattice never ever moves, the information it carries may be cyclic though, sometimes We KNOW much( golden age0 sometimes we will know little, back to basics?
kevin
Title: the concept of "Akashic Records" and the lattice
Post by: electrobleme on December 17, 2009, 22:47:39

the tightness of the lines the reason why can work/think/react/know better in some places/rooms better than other places? the same goes for different people who are in the same area?

are some of these sheets or lines wider or larger so people in a common area can feel or access the same energy?

you say that the lattice never moves so does each planet have its own fixed lattice as the earth and all space bodies are moving through the universe? is the lattice fixed in space etc? does the lattice change when we have a catrastrophe, during an earthquake or massive natural event?

when you say cyclical do you mean up and down like AC frequency or like a torus that never ends?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on December 18, 2009, 01:37:31
The lattice never moving has been My biggest headache.
NOTHING is moving, it's a solid.
The force that travels within the solid provides the ability to switch.
Are the pictures on Your screen moving?
Are the pixel points fixed?
Is your hand moving seperately , or switching across from location to location?

It's all by field, biefeld Brown.

The field is locally contained and empowered from it's surrounding field, this is at all scale.
Space is local, the galaxy is a contained field within another field, add infirnitum.
The scale is as above, so below from wherever You are.
The planet is not moving in an isolated independant fashion, it is switching .
All fields are centre orientated, I am alpha and omega, phase conjugate pumps deliver laser like signal that pass each other in both directions, time is the switching as those signals travel from source back to source, not C, far faster than that.
C is a local switching, light is not travelling but a local field stress, the sun's field stresses the earths or the moons, light occurs relative to the field, C is the switching speed between source and source local and relative to it's field.

Field modulation within a confined field will result in the modulated field switching to wherever that condition exists, super luminally, not a travel or thrust situation, a condition relative senario.
As for local positioning, balance is the KEY, the heart is the centre field pinch point, hence the Egyptian scales showing balance at the heart.
local field balance and increase in both sides of the duality will lead to uplift in the field.
the egyptians were clearly dowsers supreme, I recognise it, and their methods, watch the ankh held down by the leg at one side, watch which hand holds what, watch the hands especially the females.
Our hands and feet( gold plimsoles) are antennae, the field around this planet is layered, it will be layered right from the centre out to the edge of the iononosphere, opposite spin flows of a duality that chases itself from source to source.
Our actual selves are this, We are this, but not in 3D, in a higher dimension, We utilise the vessels called bodies to interact in 3d, but are of higher dimension really, if you uplift Your own field proportions, then You meet YOURSELF, it's bizzare.
Kevin

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on December 19, 2009, 04:33:38
It seems to me that a bolt from the blue comes from somewhere other than the Akashic records.  We have to consider the nature of our understanding.  Is there an understanding that builds up over many lifetimes?  If so, how do we access this understanding.  But there may be a universal understanding that we can all access.

To me, if nerve electrical impulses induce consciousness, then why can't consciousness induce nerve electrical impulses.  Thus no matter whether the understanding is universal or built up, it is through consciousness that understanding can act.  So how can we get more of this understanding, or more bolts from the blue.

Well first of all we need the space, the lack of thoughts and feelings which produce multiple nerve impulses.  However the use of willpower to repress thoughts and feelings seems only likely to repress the understanding.  If the causes of thoughts and feelings can be found and their energy drained, then no repression is required.

Accessing the Akashic records is probably part of understanding.  Consciousness and understanding have many abilities.  We just have to hear through the noise.
Mo
Title: in the zone - reactions or accessing the Akashic records?
Post by: electrobleme on December 19, 2009, 16:42:11

To me, if nerve electrical impulses induce consciousness, then why can't consciousness induce nerve electrical impulses.  Thus no matter whether the understanding is universal or built up, it is through consciousness that understanding can act.  So how can we get more of this understanding, or more bolts from the blue.

do you mean like when we react or do something "without thinking" that is highly significant (not just a trained everyday reaction)? i once did something physical, when "unconscious", that was "impossible" and it saved my life.i and others have never worked out how i did it, until perhaps now. did my consciousness tell my body what to do and it reacted?

another thing along these lines is when we face a physical choice. on my wanderings around the landscape i came to choice in the path. i have set out meaning to visit a certain place but when it comes to a supposedly totally random point i feel that i have to walk another way. sometimes what looks like a bad route. but for some reason i know that if i choose not to go that way then the true path that my lifes journey is on will not be the "right" one or not so good.

just thinking about sport etc we talk of players having brilliant reactions and skills but at the end of the day it is the consciousness controlling the brain and the body. some players are always in the right place at the right time or know how to react to a unusual situation that no one else has faced but they seem to do it naturally


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Well first of all we need the space, the lack of thoughts and feelings which produce multiple nerve impulses.  However the use of willpower to repress thoughts and feelings seems only likely to repress the understanding.  If the causes of thoughts and feelings can be found and their energy drained, then no repression is required.

Accessing the Akashic records is probably part of understanding.  Consciousness and understanding have many abilities.  We just have to hear through the noise.

meditation and also when sports people "focus" or are "in the zone". when you are concentrating on only one thing and shut out all distractions, noise, feelings etc ?


Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on December 26, 2009, 05:35:15
There are many stories of people doing superhuman things in a moment of extreme
motivation. Might I suggest that their genes were suddenly producing different amounts of protein, by which I mean that the epigenetic expression of their genes were suddenly changed. Which suggests to me that humans could be very different creatures to what we find today. And feelings affect epigenetic expression of genes.

How does this relate to the choices we make in life's path ?  First we need to understand that the past strongly influences our actions. Perhaps our past and that of our ancestors could be said to control us, except for 'bolts from the blue'. So that situations from the past resonate with our present circumstances, causing action which follows the action of that past situation. Psychotherapists see this happening when early life traumas cause diseased action. We inherit more than just DNA.

Martial arts can involve producing action from consciousness, rather than an automatic response from training. But I fear that the 'zone' is an automated state.
Mo
Title: supermen
Post by: electrobleme on December 26, 2009, 20:41:37

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4The fallen ones were in the earth in those days, and even afterwards when sons of God come in unto daughters of men, and they have borne to them -- they [are] the heroes, who, from of old, [are] the men of name.
Genesis 6 (Young's Literal Translation) - biblegateway .com (http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis%206&version=YLT)

the "mythical" races and individuals of old could have been naturally able to connect with the energy of the universe - perhaps in ages when the energy was much more powerful than today. could this happen when they or people today are in a specific location, why people can seem to glow when they move to another country.

do you mean that the chemicals in the body produce the energy or it allows the body to connect to the Ether Net? that these superhuman episodes are triggered by us connecting with the "Akashic Records" and it recogmising the situation and what  we physically need to survive this latest mini catastrophe?



Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on December 27, 2009, 14:25:59
Superhuman episodes occur under great stress, which could cause epigenetic changes and thus produce proteins which could temporarily increase strength.  Possibly under great stress kundali flows and this causes epigenetic changes.  I think that the akashic records are a memory in the ether, and so not related to superhuman episodes.  I think that there is a great energy, intelligence and love in kundali.  It is this that allows us to access the akashic records.
Mo
Title: kundalini - higher state of consciousness
Post by: electrobleme on December 28, 2009, 01:47:02
thanks Mo, never thought about this before or heard of kundali. As I know nothing about it I have just quoted an article that explains it a bit more. not sure if it is good or not!


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What is ‘kundalini’? The name originates from the Sanskrit words ‘kundal’ meaning ‘coiled’ and ‘kund’ meaning pit or hole. These meanings mirror the physical nature of the energy which exists in a coil at the base of the spine. The word ‘kundalini’ has become synonymous with ‘energy’. Some texts describe the energy as a serpent, other representations include a reservoir of water, a goddess, a spiral or a lock of hair. Kundalini lies coiled three and a half times at the base of the spine. It is dormant, and must be awoken if the practitioner hopes to achieve the highest state of consciousness (enlightenment or samadhi). Once roused into a fully awakened state, the energy mimics the movements of a coiled serpent unfolding vertically upward.

Many classical Sanskrit texts speak of the absolute power of the inner energy and refer to it moving from the base to the highest chakra (sahasrara). For instance, the Lalita sahasranama describes the energy as nectar, which, when roused from slumber then floods the system of the nadis (channels of energy in the body). Kundalini is often associated with tantra, because the two styles work heavily with the seven major chakras (energy centres) in the body. Techniques are used to awaken the inner energy enabling it to clean and activate these vortexes of energy. When functioning properly, they invoke powerfully beneficial experiences and expel negativity. As the energy activates each chakra in the body, the practitioner’s awareness levels also change. These include a flowering of inherent talents, including psychic abilities, excellence in the arts, higher wisdom and the ability to access supernormal powers to understand the true meaning of life.

The Sanskrit word ‘chakra’ in essence means ‘wheel’ or ‘circle’. This geometrical association is significant because the circle symbolises the cycle of birth, life and death. The circle also plays a significant role in the science of yogic mandalas, geometrical shapes used to help focus the mind during meditation. The concept of the ‘chakra’ or ‘energy centres’ is also found in other traditions including those of ancient Egypt, Buddhism, Kabbalism and Sufism, each with its own methods and techniques for cleansing, opening and chanelling the energy. The role of the nadis is the awakening and working of the kundalini energy The word nadi derives from the Sanskrit root word ‘nad’ meaning movement. Nadis can be described as channels through which the 14 pranas (subtle life force energies) and kundalini move, distinct from the system of nerves that we are familiar with. The source of the nadis is the ‘kanda’ an egg shaped centre below muladhara. However, the principal nadi, Sushumna is described in ancient texts as originating from muladhara itself. A similar concept of nadis exists in the Chinese traditions and known as the system of the meridians. The nadis are linked with the chakras and they work in harmony carrying energy and other subtle life forces. Where the major nadis meet significant chakras become evident. A practitioner must become attuned with his nadis and unless this is mastered the kundalini energy can not be passed to the highest chakra where the state of higher consciousness occurs.

Yogic texts do not arrive at a fixed number of nadis existing in the body, for instance the Siva Samhita speaks of 350,000 of which there are 14 principal nadis. The Shiva Svarodaya says there are 72,000 of which three are principal (ida, pingala and sushumna). In kundalini awakening and higher consciousness awakening these three nadis are the one’s practitioner’s work with. They have been identified as harnessing the most energy and have profound effects on the mind, body and the spirit. The three principal nadis move upwards through muladahra, but not meeting, running parallel to each other as they pass through all the major chakras. At ajna, the sixth chakra, the nadis meet again and form a knot and continue to move, ida runs through the left nostril and pingala into the right nostril while sushumna fuels both. They can be likened to three electrical wires in a plug, each alive with its own current. The wires have to be activated with energy from a particular source.
Kundalini Yoga Explained by Halima Malik - yogamagazine.co.uk (http://www.yogamagazine.co.uk/article.php?articleid=78&sectionid=3)
Title: catastrophe shock trauma
Post by: electrobleme on December 31, 2009, 23:41:18
Mo - the idea that our past trauma might stop us connecting fully to the "Akashic Records Concept" - is this something human stopping us or is it the EU stopping us from accessing it fully?

If humans then something like shock trauma we suffer from now, stopping or blocking access to bad memories that may damage us mentally. or we are not ready to confront them.

If the EU then something similar? For our own good - either as a whole race but it might let individuals?

If a person has this knowledge of the catastrophes and fully accepts it would they be allowed or can full access it?

Does the EU protect itself from us? if we had knowledge of what had occured and with todays scientific resources and what we will be able to do in the future, we could create a true doomsday machine?

Is access to this data base it like Astral Planing or is that something very different?

if the Malta "Temples" and other old structures including landscapes such as Tors / meeting of Ley Lines were to harness/transform the natural power of an Electric Universe is this where it was easier or the only physical places where you could be energised to access the records. or did they tune your body into the frequency you needed?

natural chemical substances such as hallucinogenics changing our bodies in the same way, for the shamen and the old cults/priests etc

the same way that alcohol, drugs and the many chemicals in our food and drink today change people?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 01, 2010, 11:02:56
Mo - the idea that our past trauma might stop us connecting fully to the "Akashic Records Concept" - is this something human stopping us or is it the EU stopping us from accessing it fully?
electrobleme

There is a resonance now with the past that makes our whole body express genes the same as they were in the past trauma.  Panic attacks are like that.  Some situations resonate strongly with a past trauma.  But it is the effect on the body below consciousness that is insidious.  A stress is produced that over activates our genes.

But it is the actual trauma of the past that changes our ancestor's genes, and we inherit those genes.  I think that it is these damaged genes that stop us having all sorts of different abilities.  So it becomes a matter of dealing with the past.  And it is here that the EU leads to a breakthrough in understanding the past.

If humans then something like shock trauma we suffer from now, stopping or blocking access to bad memories that may damage us mentally. or we are not ready to confront them.
electrobleme

We may be able to stop bad memories from entering consciousness, but there is still an effect on the body and brain all the time.  Let us leave aside confronting early childhood memories and consider how one can deal with ancient ancestral trauma.  Obviously understanding that trauma is part of the process.

Would we even recognise the past if we saw it ?  How would one describe the ancient sky  even if one had a dream about it.  One might see strange creatures that move, just like the ancient Egyptians.

If a person has this knowledge of the catastrophes and fully accepts it would they be allowed or can full access it?
electrobleme

I would not be so keen on accessing the past trauma.  One definitely needs practice in accessing past trauma.  But if one is thrown into an ancient experience then understanding what is happening can't hurt.

Is access to this data base it like Astral Planing or is that something very different?
electrobleme

We would need to ask Edgar Cayce.

if the Malta "Temples" and other old structures including landscapes such as Tors / meeting of Ley Lines were to harness/transform the natural power of an Electric Universe is this where it was easier or the only physical places where you could be energised to access the records. or did they tune your body into the frequency you needed?
electrobleme

One for kevin. Some places affect kundalini flow. This affects gene expression.

natural chemical substances such as hallucinogenics changing our bodies in the same way, for the shamen and the old cults/priests electrobleme

Take the case of a kundalini flow increasing DMT in the pineal, whilst some herbal hallucinogen does the same.  Kundalini does much more, but the shamanic herbal experience can help clear the past trauma.  Clearing the past trauma increases kundalini.  The herbal hallucinogen obviously can be dangerous with or without an experienced guide.  Modern psychotherapy has made great advances.  But the jump to ancient ancestral experiences is a mighty one.

Mo
Title: fixed lattice and switching
Post by: electrobleme on January 05, 2010, 04:15:34
The lattice never moving has been My biggest headache.
NOTHING is moving, it's a solid.
The force that travels within the solid provides the ability to switch.
Are the pictures on Your screen moving?
Are the pixel points fixed?
Is your hand moving seperately , or switching across from location to location?

It's all by field, biefeld Brown.

The field is locally contained and empowered from it's surrounding field, this is at all scale.
Space is local, the galaxy is a contained field within another field, add infirnitum.
The scale is as above, so below from wherever You are.
The planet is not moving in an isolated independant fashion, it is switching .
All fields are centre orientated, I am alpha and omega, phase conjugate pumps deliver laser like signal that pass each other in both directions, time is the switching as those signals travel from source back to source, not C, far faster than that.
C is a local switching, light is not travelling but a local field stress, the sun's field stresses the earths or the moons, light occurs relative to the field, C is the switching speed between source and source local and relative to it's field.

Field modulation within a confined field will result in the modulated field switching to wherever that condition exists, super luminally, not a travel or thrust situation, a condition relative senario.
As for local positioning, balance is the KEY, the heart is the centre field pinch point, hence the Egyptian scales showing balance at the heart.
local field balance and increase in both sides of the duality will lead to uplift in the field.
the egyptians were clearly dowsers supreme, I recognise it, and their methods, watch the ankh held down by the leg at one side, watch which hand holds what, watch the hands especially the females.
Our hands and feet( gold plimsoles) are antennae, the field around this planet is layered, it will be layered right from the centre out to the edge of the iononosphere, opposite spin flows of a duality that chases itself from source to source.
Our actual selves are this, We are this, but not in 3D, in a higher dimension, We utilise the vessels called bodies to interact in 3d, but are of higher dimension really, if you uplift Your own field proportions, then You meet YOURSELF, it's bizzare.
Kevin


kevin, i am still trying to get my head round all the ideas in this. could you start of with the bit about the lattice NOT moving. Are the lines fixed in place while the earth for ever or do you think they change if we have a catastrophe or the planets/sun changes orbits?  Do Ley Lines not move or are they more to do with natural electrical currents and not the lattice or is it all related and the same?

Also could you explain a bit further about the switching?

Cheers :)

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 05, 2010, 06:46:53
The Lattice,
This gave Me months of sleepless nights, it never moves.

I couldn't reconcile this with all the thoughts that were entering into me.
Everyone talks of Earth and the other planets and stars as seperate independant objects.

The most obvious solution was that the lattice was of earth, but something wouldn't allow that to rest.

The lattice is fixed, and by every available ancient construction I could get to it had obviously been exactly where it is now when they were built.
That which flows upon that lattice varies constantly, and apparently mirrors the apparent movements of the sun and moon in particuler.
The moon gives the biggest clues possible.
I have an advantage, in dowsing, it gives the geometry involved, and I am not alone in kinowing this, but secrecy is interwoven right through time.
The geometry though demonstrates the method of how the flows interact, each local section is a mere mirror image out into universe( as above, so below)
I suddenly began to SEE the system within myself, where everything is in a solid, and is fed by circuits in spiral sequencing fashion.
The solid is super tensile, far more dense than diamond.
Everything created in 3D is merely a local re-orientation of the one solid, and is enabled to remember how it is re-orientated by the constant feed in duality of the opposing magnetic flows.
The spiral vortex fashion of how these flows travel is where the illusions of movement are situated in.
Again the moon is offering a unique clue in its apparent none spinng except in line with its apparent orbitting of the earth, it's the geometry of spherical nature revealing itself due to the proximity of the moon.
from wherever the observer is sited here or on the moon or anywhere in between the illusion will remain relative to the pathways of spiral nature.
It explains the so called serpent cults.
We must see via these spiral flows that travel in both directions to and from whatever is observed

Then the realisations became clear of how mass is created within the geometry, and is fixed within the geometry, but our detection is via a none fixed system that operates on the lattice , the timi9ng of outward and return signalling leading to the illusions of movements.
I began to concentrate on lifeforms and try and resolve how they were apparently moving, I could detect the field about anyone or anything, and realised this gave an independant local arrangement of switching, again it is really difficult to think in terms of yourself been nothing more than zillions of re-organised units that are locally held within a sheath, a field of multi layers, these layers switch across at the will of how the field decides to switch, just as pixels switch across a television screen.

I had to isolate individually each field, as all things have their own field, every atom and whatever is part of atoms.
Space will be where most of the atoms of the solid are mostly aligned, mass will be where locally re-organised collections occur and remember how to remain as such as their collective field maintains this.
C the so called speed of light will be a switching rate locally within the field of this planet


it's switching rate will vary relative to the resistance offered by the locally re-organised units within any field.
Thus then the sun is not the provider in a nuclear fashion, but is a giant resistor to the free flow of the duality permeating all of universe.
The sun will be layered realtive to the geometry of the lattice position it is sited in, and will then respond to the flows variations in all directions at once, but with a marked general flow relative to the suns position in far larger geometry.


Movement will require switching power to be given to every unit within each field, the amount of this switching power will determine the rate available to switch, thus as this drops off with age we become slower and stiffer, until the switching power leaves and we set almost solid, riger mortice sets in.
that will give way to dissolvement back to whatever is locally about the dissolving units, thus we return to the earths local field.
All is ONE, litterally, the whole universe, and it is ONE solid that allows every unit of that solid to re-organise locally and to accumulate into whatever and remain as such as long as the duality of life force enables them to remain locally re-organised.

Nothing is independant at all, the geometry leads to mass formingin the 3d We are physically part of, but our actual selves, the field part is in 4or 5 D utilising the 3d vessels to experience physicality, our 4D selves know the true reality of universe but veil the physical, possibly for very good reasons.
it's a bizzare realisation totally foreign to accepted thinking, but an electrical thinker has more chance, but the true realisation is that the whole ONE is alive, then the veiling makes sense in a self protective fashion to stop local interferance within the whole living entity?
kevin



Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 06, 2010, 11:01:58
Kevin, doesn't the human body have field lines, just like the Earth.  And these field lines would never move, just like the Earth's field lines.  Yet the human body moves and it is a separate independent object.

Are you saying that everything is in resonance with a primal solid ?  The spiral flows sound like Birkeland currents and one wonders if what you are measuring is electrical or like electricity.  I tend to see Birkeland currents explaining serpent cults.  Perhaps things were more electrical in the past producing more visible Birkeland currents and stronger flow through the fields that you measure.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 06, 2010, 17:33:27
Kevin, doesn't the human body have field lines, just like the Earth.  And these field lines would never move, just like the Earth's field lines.  Yet the human body moves and it is a separate independent object.

Are you saying that everything is in resonance with a primal solid ?  The spiral flows sound like Birkeland currents and one wonders if what you are measuring is electrical or like electricity.  I tend to see Birkeland currents explaining serpent cults.  Perhaps things were more electrical in the past producing more visible Birkeland currents and stronger flow through the fields that you measure.
Mo

Whatever this primal solid is, it is omni present, if You jump threads and think in bible terms, revelations 21:18 then the man that sees the house of god will see it as clear as glass.
So think of that as a solid as far as We are concerned, far denser than diamond, a crystal as such, and as hard as it is to think of everything You observe been part of that solid, and looking out of my window on a snowstorm , it sure is difficult to think of those snow flakes as just locally orientated collections of signals transferring about.
But thats what I consider they are, I am.
If again You look back into the bible watch for ANU, anunaki.
http://www.greatdreams.com/grace/100/110anu.html
Think of everything in terms of a duality of force with a centre point where signals travel from and back to that point.
I am Alpha and Omega.
To scale the galaxy is ANU The sun is ANU
The earth is ANU
You are ANU, Every atom is ANU, every finite part of atom is ANU.
The force that empowers anu is the life force, the more You have , the more movement or switching ability you have
And all apparent movement is switching in this primal sea of such tensile solidity that it appears not to be there, as clear as glass.
All dimensions , all time can exist at once in this substance.
Now is merely the switched state that is present, and everything is permanently switching
All is ONE, is not new age twaddle, litterally all is one.
Once You have this comprehension then the occult world begins to make sense, and the life force is all empowering, anything can be anything, all is one, but the force is what empowers that one substance to tranmute into whatever orginisation locally it is.
Think of what may be concentrated , in a concentration camp?
Think of that empoweremnt been focussed, into say a ball.
Kevin


Title: what would happen if an artificial device connected to the "Akashic Records" ?
Post by: electrobleme on January 10, 2010, 07:48:00

Could a memristive/artifical device connect to the "Akashic Records" ?

Could something man made like a Memristor or computer system connect to the "Akashic Records" ? What would happen if it did? Would we be able to understand what information we were getting back?

I remember when i was young and doing logic circuit diagrams in electronics and the lecturer told us that sometimes software could design circuits where it seemed to humans that there were redundant parts. According to the logic of the logic circuit if you took away a tiny part it should make no difference, as logically it was not needed by the circuit to work. Yet if you removed it sometimes the circuit just would not work. Could this in anyway be similar to accessing something not visibly physical? Or was it just old software and circuits?

** Experimental demonstration of associative memory with memristive neural networks (pdf) (http://www.theplasmaverse.com/pdfs/experimental-demonstration-of-associative-memory-with-memristive=neural-networks.pdf)

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 11, 2010, 06:25:31

Consider these sites about time travel:
It's about time:
http://www.rexresearch.com/time/time.htm

THE HYPERDIMENSIONAL OSCILLATOR:
http://www.lifetechnology.org/hyperdimensional.htm

"Paranormal Pictures" Tom Bearden:
http://www.rexresearch.com/radphoto/1radphot.htm

John Dee's Aztec Scrying Mirror:
http://miskatonicmuseum.blogspot.com/2009/10/john-dees-aztec-scrying-mirror.html

I have a few others but they can no longer be found on the internet.
Mo
Title: Smoking Mirrors - access(ories) or viewing the Akashic Records
Post by: electrobleme on January 13, 2010, 17:42:28
thanks for the links Mo, well interesting

What are the different accessories that humans have used to help us access(ories) or view the Akashic Records? Meditation and the physical/mental training/tuning of the body is one. Drugs are another. As your link on
John Dee's Aztec Scrying Mirror suggests physical objects must be included and there is a long list but Dr John Dee's Speculum is very interesting.

Do these physical aids actually access the Akashic Records or do they help us to tune in or polarise the frequency/energy. Changing or filtering the message/waves that are there, similar to 3D photographs/TV/films or like polaroid lenses? Is it only natural materials that can do this or are they the most famous becuase that was what was about when more people were accepting of the spirit world and were more in tune with nature?


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Obsidian mirror

The Mexica people made mirrors of varying sizes with cut iron pyrites and obsidian (a volcanic glass). They were sometimes used in divination and healing practices. For example, if a child was suffering from 'soul loss' the healer would look at the reflection of the child's image in a mirror or a container with water. If the image were clear the child would soon recover; if it were shadowy, the soul had been lost. Like the Mexica, some people in parts of Mexico today believe that 'soul loss' is a cause of illness.

Mirrors were also associated with Tezcatlipoca, the Mexica god of rulers, warriors and sorcerers. His name can be translated as 'Smoking Mirror'. In many depictions during the Postclassic period (AD 900/1000-1521) his foot is replaced by a mirror.

Obsidian, ranging in colour from almost black (as here) to translucent green, came from various sources in Mesoamerica. At least six major sources are known in Central Mexico, in the states of Mexico, Hidalgo, Puebla and Michoacan. The most important source before European contact was Pachuca, in Hidalgo, which produced a beautiful green obsidian. Obsidian was also used for scraping and cutting tools, as well as for ornaments and carvings.

*The people and culture we know as 'Aztec' referred to themselves as the Mexica (pronounced Me-shee-ka).
Obsidian mirror | britishmuseum.org (http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/aoa/o/obsidian_mirror.aspx)


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Obsidan and granite are clever mirror materials. Formed as molten ingots much like glass, these materials were cooled or ammealed slowly over centeruries and thus thier internal grain structures have very few stresses. Severl people have made mirrors from these materials but they report that obsidian and granite are much harder than glass and require considerable more work to polish correctly. Obsidian has a higher thermal conductivity than glass and thus the mirror tends to come to temperature more rapidly at the start of an observing run
Unusual Telescopes | book by By Peter L. Manly (http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=p282ijnF3C0C&pg=PA1&lpg=PA1&dq=speculums+obsidian&source=bl&ots=ukOe1CGJBX&sig=N9x9V4GVNb2LFEUjJM87dl-Jvzs&hl=en&ei=76ZNS-CzB4j7_AaC4oWgDg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAwQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=&f=false)


This quote reminded me that the natural materials have very different physical properties and some of them I would not have considered. Its not just what they look like, what they are made of but how they were made and things like what these actually mean to their own energy and place in the Electric Universe.


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Dr Dee...and his references to "the principal stone', 'the first sanctified stone', 'the holy stone', and the 'angelical stone'
The Magical Speculum of Dr Dee (British Museum) (http://www.jstor.org/pss/875468)


Title: Reconnecting to the "Akashic Records" and healing the Global Trauma of Humanity
Post by: peter on January 13, 2010, 19:04:43
Mo - the idea that our past trauma might stop us connecting fully to the "Akashic Records Concept" - is this something human stopping us or is it the EU stopping us from accessing it fully?
electrobleme

There is a resonance now with the past that makes our whole body express genes the same as they were in the past trauma.  Panic attacks are like that.  Some situations resonate strongly with a past trauma.  But it is the effect on the body below consciousness that is insidious.  A stress is produced that over activates our genes.

But it is the actual trauma of the past that changes our ancestor's genes, and we inherit those genes.  I think that it is these damaged genes that stop us having all sorts of different abilities.  So it becomes a matter of dealing with the past.  And it is here that the EU leads to a breakthrough in understanding the past.

If humans then something like shock trauma we suffer from now, stopping or blocking access to bad memories that may damage us mentally. or we are not ready to confront them.
electrobleme

Mo, thanks for this very interesting insight. You delivered a important key for a deeper knowledge.

In fact the Bible tells about a "trauma" that occurred at the very beginning of the humanity, where Adam and Eve disconnected from the Highest Consciousness. They deliberately decided to "make their own thing", but they don't recognized that the human cannot rule himself. Or can a Atom rule himself?

Maybe you know the theory of Morphic Fields that Rupert Sheldrake proposed several years ago.
This fields builds the "form" of a life form, the DNA only the information for single parts (enzymes,hormones,proteins...). Without this field the cells of our body would not know where their place is and what their function is (in what they should specialize ... am I a liver-cell or a muscle-cell or a simple connective tissue-cell???).

Now imagine that: God said to the humans to fill the earth. But actually we are overfilling the earth.
In a human body the cells stops growing at a certain point. Not the humans. In a human body the cells works together, even if they are not from the same organ. Not the humans. Why?
Because the humans are disconnected from each other ("you shall love each other") and they have not anymore a morphic field that makes a communication between all humans possible (actually there is a morphic field of all humans, but it is not well working).
If this field would become stronger, than all humans would reconnect to each other, forming a collective consciousness that is much stronger and smarter than the sum of it.

Nikola Tesla indeed wrote that there is no such think as a individual. We are all ONE electromagnetic-wave.

I therefore believe that the collective has a trauma and that all individuals suffer under this condition. If more people could reconnect to the collective memory, they would attune their thoughts and actions for the best of all. It is like a magnet. A magnet builds a big magnetic field. Most of its atoms are aligned in one direction. If not all atoms in a piece of iron are aligned in one direction, than it forms not a strong magnetic field. But if the single atoms should "decide" on their own to align in one direction, than the field would become stronger. All this talking and writing about an awakening of the collective consciousness is similar to the magnetic field of iron.
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 13, 2010, 19:12:28
Consider all of the head dresses worn.
I can assure You that feathers have a clockwise orientated field around them, thus it is where that field or concentration of fields is placed in relation to any other field( you)
The field of the feathers will reflect/refract as did the field of the bird.
To think like a bird one must be able to think like a bird?
A bear skin will have the local field of a bear, wear it and feel the field of the bear.
Superconducting materials are now been made, they will act as whatever field they are subjected to as they solidify.
The Joe cell is the Joe cell because it was seeded( sperm0 by Joe.
The alien craft will operate as per the beings operating them, they will be them.
The materials will have their DNA signiture within the material.
It's all by field.
Biefeld Brown
kevin
Title: Does technology and society help/hinder accessing the "Akashic Records" ?
Post by: electrobleme on January 13, 2010, 19:28:40

How do technological/society advances change our ability to access the "Akashic Records"

Things help us to access the "Akashic Records" or at least get our body in tune with the natural power/energy/frequency that vibrates and energises the Electric Universe, the Electric Earth and us Electric Humans.

Meditation and your life style is one of them. Working on or with the land in a good way "somehow" makes you feel better. Some artists get "inspiration" from the countryside, while others need the hustle/busy/energy of cities/people. Whatever flicks your switch.

When your body/mind is in a good state you feel/have/experience more energy/ideas/happiness/peace/excitement. When your brain/body is in chaos you can have very different experiences.

Changes in society/technology must affect humans and our ability to tune in to the energy of the Electric Universe. From losing our connection with Mother Nature, to not believing or even starting to accept that there is anything other than what we can see (apart from of course Dark Stuff like Dark Matter/Energy which we can not observe or measure but supposedly makes up 80-95% of the Universe...). Science has made a lot of people not accept the possibility of even things being slightly different. From spirits/ghosts to any other theory about the Universe. People even doubt ESP even though they experience it many times!

So meditating, beliefs and ways of life will change body and mind and our access/tuning abilities to the "Akashic Records". What has the internet done to us humans? How has it rewired our brain and therefore our tuning/frequency ability?

Everything to do with entertainment/knowledge is getting quicker and faster. Power reading, films, music and of course we now have Twitter for ultrafast news. ultrafast entertainment, ultrafast reading, ultrafast thinking? Or should that be micronews, microentertainment, microreading, microthinking?

The article below starts off ok but then it really turns up the heat, so hang in there. Although I found it funny that an article on how the internet is stopping us from reading long things is itself quite long! Or did the author do this and save the gems for those who managed, in this twitterVerse, to read the whole thing?

The original version is here (http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200807/google) if you find that easier to read

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Is Google Making Us Stupid? "What the Internet is doing to our brains"

"Dave, stop. Stop, will you? Stop, Dave. Will you stop, Dave?” So the supercomputer HAL pleads with the implacable astronaut Dave Bowman in a famous and weirdly poignant scene toward the end of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Bowman, having nearly been sent to a deep-space death by the malfunctioning machine, is calmly, coldly disconnecting the memory circuits that control its artificial “ brain. “Dave, my mind is going,” HAL says, forlornly. “I can feel it. I can feel it.”

I can feel it, too. Over the past few years I’ve had an uncomfortable sense that someone, or something, has been tinkering with my brain, remapping the neural circuitry, reprogramming the memory. My mind isn’t going—so far as I can tell—but it’s changing. I’m not thinking the way I used to think. I can feel it most strongly when I’m reading. Immersing myself in a book or a lengthy article used to be easy. My mind would get caught up in the narrative or the turns of the argument, and I’d spend hours strolling through long stretches of prose. That’s rarely the case anymore. Now my concentration often starts to drift after two or three pages. I get fidgety, lose the thread, begin looking for something else to do. I feel as if I’m always dragging my wayward brain back to the text. The deep reading that used to come naturally has become a struggle.

I think I know what’s going on. For more than a decade now, I’ve been spending a lot of time online, searching and surfing and sometimes adding to the great databases of the Internet. The Web has been a godsend to me as a writer. Research that once required days in the stacks or periodical rooms of libraries can now be done in minutes. A few Google searches, some quick clicks on hyperlinks, and I’ve got the telltale fact or pithy quote I was after. Even when I’m not working, I’m as likely as not to be foraging in the Web’s info-thickets’reading and writing e-mails, scanning headlines and blog posts, watching videos and listening to podcasts, or just tripping from link to link to link. (Unlike footnotes, to which they’re sometimes likened, hyperlinks don’t merely point to related works; they propel you toward them.)

For me, as for others, the Net is becoming a universal medium, the conduit for most of the information that flows through my eyes and ears and into my mind. The advantages of having immediate access to such an incredibly rich store of information are many, and they’ve been widely described and duly applauded. “The perfect recall of silicon memory,” Wired’s Clive Thompson has written, “can be an enormous boon to thinking.” But that boon comes at a price. As the media theorist Marshall McLuhan pointed out in the 1960s, media are not just passive channels of information. They supply the stuff of thought, but they also shape the process of thought. And what the Net seems to be doing is chipping away my capacity for concentration and contemplation. My mind now expects to take in information the way the Net distributes it: in a swiftly moving stream of particles. Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski.

I’m not the only one. When I mention my troubles with reading to friends and acquaintances—literary types, most of them—many say they’re having similar experiences. The more they use the Web, the more they have to fight to stay focused on long pieces of writing. Some of the bloggers I follow have also begun mentioning the phenomenon. Scott Karp, who writes a blog about online media, recently confessed that he has stopped reading books altogether. “I was a lit major in college, and used to be [a] voracious book reader,” he wrote. “What happened?” He speculates on the answer: “What if I do all my reading on the web not so much because the way I read has changed, i.e. I’m just seeking convenience, but because the way I THINK has changed?”

Bruce Friedman, who blogs regularly about the use of computers in medicine, also has described how the Internet has altered his mental habits. “I now have almost totally lost the ability to read and absorb a longish article on the web or in print,” he wrote earlier this year. A pathologist who has long been on the faculty of the University of Michigan Medical School, Friedman elaborated on his comment in a telephone conversation with me. His thinking, he said, has taken on a “staccato” quality, reflecting the way he quickly scans short passages of text from many sources online. “I can’t read War and Peace  anymore,” he admitted. “I’ve lost the ability to do that. Even a blog post of more than three or four paragraphs is too much to absorb. I skim it.”

Anecdotes alone don’t prove much. And we still await the long-term neurological and psychological experiments that will provide a definitive picture of how Internet use affects cognition. But a recently published study of online research habits , conducted by scholars from University College London, suggests that we may well be in the midst of a sea change in the way we read and think. As part of the five-year research program, the scholars examined computer logs documenting the behavior of visitors to two popular research sites, one operated by the British Library and one by a U.K. educational consortium, that provide access to journal articles, e-books, and other sources of written information. They found that people using the sites exhibited “a form of skimming activity,” hopping from one source to another and rarely returning to any source they’d already visited. They typically read no more than one or two pages of an article or book before they would “bounce” out to another site. Sometimes they’d save a long article, but there’s no evidence that they ever went back and actually read it. The authors of the study report:

"It is clear that users are not reading online in the traditional sense; indeed there are signs that new forms of “reading” are emerging as users “power browse” horizontally through titles, contents pages and abstracts going for quick wins. It almost seems that they go online to avoid reading in the traditional sense."

Thanks to the ubiquity of text on the Internet, not to mention the popularity of text-messaging on cell phones, we may well be reading more today than we did in the 1970s or 1980s, when television was our medium of choice. But it’s a different kind of reading, and behind it lies a different kind of thinking—perhaps even a new sense of the self. “We are not only what we read,” says Maryanne Wolf, a developmental psychologist at Tufts University and the author of Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. “We are how we read.” Wolf worries that the style of reading promoted by the Net, a style that puts “efficiency” and “immediacy” above all else, may be weakening our capacity for the kind of deep reading that emerged when an earlier technology, the printing press, made long and complex works of prose commonplace. When we read online, she says, we tend to become “mere decoders of information.” Our ability to interpret text, to make the rich mental connections that form when we read deeply and without distraction, remains largely disengaged.

Reading, explains Wolf, is not an instinctive skill for human beings. It’s not etched into our genes the way speech is. We have to teach our minds how to translate the symbolic characters we see into the language we understand. And the media or other technologies we use in learning and practicing the craft of reading play an important part in shaping the neural circuits inside our brains. Experiments demonstrate that readers of ideograms, such as the Chinese, develop a mental circuitry for reading that is very different from the circuitry found in those of us whose written language employs an alphabet. The variations extend across many regions of the brain, including those that govern such essential cognitive functions as memory and the interpretation of visual and auditory stimuli. We can expect as well that the circuits woven by our use of the Net will be different from those woven by our reading of books and other printed works.

 Sometime in 1882, Friedrich Nietzsche bought a typewriter—a Malling-Hansen Writing Ball, to be precise. His vision was failing, and keeping his eyes focused on a page had become exhausting and painful, often bringing on crushing headaches. He had been forced to curtail his writing, and he feared that he would soon have to give it up. The typewriter rescued him, at least for a time. Once he had mastered touch-typing, he was able to write with his eyes closed, using only the tips of his fingers. Words could once again flow from his mind to the page.

But the machine had a subtler effect on his work. One of Nietzsche’s friends, a composer, noticed a change in the style of his writing. His already terse prose had become even tighter, more telegraphic. “Perhaps you will through this instrument even take to a new idiom,” the friend wrote in a letter, noting that, in his own work, his “‘thoughts’ in music and language often depend on the quality of pen and paper.”

“You are right,” Nietzsche replied, “our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts.” Under the sway of the machine, writes the German media scholar Friedrich A. Kittler , Nietzsche’s prose “changed from arguments to aphorisms, from thoughts to puns, from rhetoric to telegram style.”

The human brain is almost infinitely malleable. People used to think that our mental meshwork, the dense connections formed among the 100 billion or so neurons inside our skulls, was largely fixed by the time we reached adulthood. But brain researchers have discovered that that’s not the case. James Olds, a professor of neuroscience who directs the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study at George Mason University, says that even the adult mind “is very plastic.” Nerve cells routinely break old connections and form new ones. “The brain,” according to Olds, “has the ability to reprogram itself on the fly, altering the way it functions.”

As we use what the sociologist Daniel Bell has called our “intellectual technologies”—the tools that extend our mental rather than our physical capacities—we inevitably begin to take on the qualities of those technologies. The mechanical clock, which came into common use in the 14th century, provides a compelling example. In Technics and Civilization, the historian and cultural critic Lewis Mumford  described how the clock “disassociated time from human events and helped create the belief in an independent world of mathematically measurable sequences.” The “abstract framework of divided time” became “the point of reference for both action and thought.”

The clock’s methodical ticking helped bring into being the scientific mind and the scientific man. But it also took something away. As the late MIT computer scientist Joseph Weizenbaum  observed in his 1976 book, Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation, the conception of the world that emerged from the widespread use of timekeeping instruments “remains an impoverished version of the older one, for it rests on a rejection of those direct experiences that formed the basis for, and indeed constituted, the old reality.” In deciding when to eat, to work, to sleep, to rise, we stopped listening to our senses and started obeying the clock.

The process of adapting to new intellectual technologies is reflected in the changing metaphors we use to explain ourselves to ourselves. When the mechanical clock arrived, people began thinking of their brains as operating “like clockwork.” Today, in the age of software, we have come to think of them as operating “like computers.” But the changes, neuroscience tells us, go much deeper than metaphor. Thanks to our brain’s plasticity, the adaptation occurs also at a biological level.

The Internet promises to have particularly far-reaching effects on cognition. In a paper published in 1936, the British mathematician Alan Turing  proved that a digital computer, which at the time existed only as a theoretical machine, could be programmed to perform the function of any other information-processing device. And that’s what we’re seeing today. The Internet, an immeasurably powerful computing system, is subsuming most of our other intellectual technologies. It’s becoming our map and our clock, our printing press and our typewriter, our calculator and our telephone, and our radio and TV.

When the Net absorbs a medium, that medium is re-created in the Net’s image. It injects the medium’s content with hyperlinks, blinking ads, and other digital gewgaws, and it surrounds the content with the content of all the other media it has absorbed. A new e-mail message, for instance, may announce its arrival as we’re glancing over the latest headlines at a newspaper’s site. The result is to scatter our attention and diffuse our concentration.

The Net’s influence doesn’t end at the edges of a computer screen, either. As people’s minds become attuned to the crazy quilt of Internet media, traditional media have to adapt to the audience’s new expectations. Television programs add text crawls and pop-up ads, and magazines and newspapers shorten their articles, introduce capsule summaries, and crowd their pages with easy-to-browse info-snippets. When, in March of this year, TheNew York Times decided to devote the second and third pages of every edition to article abstracts , its design director, Tom Bodkin, explained that the “shortcuts” would give harried readers a quick “taste” of the day’s news, sparing them the “less efficient” method of actually turning the pages and reading the articles. Old media have little choice but to play by the new-media rules.

Never has a communications system played so many roles in our lives—or exerted such broad influence over our thoughts—as the Internet does today. Yet, for all that’s been written about the Net, there’s been little consideration of how, exactly, it’s reprogramming us. The Net’s intellectual ethic remains obscure.

 About the same time that Nietzsche started using his typewriter, an earnest young man named Frederick Winslow Taylor  carried a stopwatch into the Midvale Steel plant in Philadelphia and began a historic series of experiments aimed at improving the efficiency of the plant’s machinists. With the approval of Midvale’s owners, he recruited a group of factory hands, set them to work on various metalworking machines, and recorded and timed their every movement as well as the operations of the machines. By breaking down every job into a sequence of small, discrete steps and then testing different ways of performing each one, Taylor created a set of precise instructions—an “algorithm,” we might say today—for how each worker should work. Midvale’s employees grumbled about the strict new regime, claiming that it turned them into little more than automatons, but the factory’s productivity soared.

More than a hundred years after the invention of the steam engine, the Industrial Revolution had at last found its philosophy and its philosopher. Taylor’s tight industrial choreography—his “system,” as he liked to call it—was embraced by manufacturers throughout the country and, in time, around the world. Seeking maximum speed, maximum efficiency, and maximum output, factory owners used time-and-motion studies to organize their work and configure the jobs of their workers. The goal, as Taylor defined it in his celebrated 1911 treatise, The Principles of Scientific Management, was to identify and adopt, for every job, the “one best method” of work and thereby to effect “the gradual substitution of science for rule of thumb throughout the mechanic arts.” Once his system was applied to all acts of manual labor, Taylor assured his followers, it would bring about a restructuring not only of industry but of society, creating a utopia of perfect efficiency. “In the past the man has been first,” he declared; “in the future the system must be first.”

Taylor’s system is still very much with us; it remains the ethic of industrial manufacturing. And now, thanks to the growing power that computer engineers and software coders wield over our intellectual lives, Taylor’s ethic is beginning to govern the realm of the mind as well. The Internet is a machine designed for the efficient and automated collection, transmission, and manipulation of information, and its legions of programmers are intent on finding the “one best method”—the perfect algorithm—to carry out every mental movement of what we’ve come to describe as “knowledge work.”

Google’s headquarters, in Mountain View, California—the Googleplex—is the Internet’s high church, and the religion practiced inside its walls is Taylorism. Google, says its chief executive, Eric Schmidt, is “a company that’s founded around the science of measurement,” and it is striving to “systematize everything” it does. Drawing on the terabytes of behavioral data it collects through its search engine and other sites, it carries out thousands of experiments a day, according to the Harvard Business Review, and it uses the results to refine the algorithms that increasingly control how people find information and extract meaning from it. What Taylor did for the work of the hand, Google is doing for the work of the mind.

The company has declared that its mission is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” It seeks to develop “the perfect search engine,” which it defines as something that “understands exactly what you mean and gives you back exactly what you want.” In Google’s view, information is a kind of commodity, a utilitarian resource that can be mined and processed with industrial efficiency. The more pieces of information we can “access” and the faster we can extract their gist, the more productive we become as thinkers.

Where does it end? Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the gifted young men who founded Google while pursuing doctoral degrees in computer science at Stanford, speak frequently of their desire to turn their search engine into an artificial intelligence, a HAL-like machine that might be connected directly to our brains. “The ultimate search engine is something as smart as people—or smarter,” Page said in a speech a few years back. “For us, working on search is a way to work on artificial intelligence.” In a 2004 interview with Newsweek, Brin said, “Certainly if you had all the world’s information directly attached to your brain, or an artificial brain that was smarter than your brain, you’d be better off.” Last year, Page told a convention of scientists that Google is “really trying to build artificial intelligence and to do it on a large scale.”

Such an ambition is a natural one, even an admirable one, for a pair of math whizzes with vast quantities of cash at their disposal and a small army of computer scientists in their employ. A fundamentally scientific enterprise, Google is motivated by a desire to use technology, in Eric Schmidt’s words, “to solve problems that have never been solved before,” and artificial intelligence is the hardest problem out there. Why wouldn’t Brin and Page want to be the ones to crack it?

Still, their easy assumption that we’d all “be better off” if our brains were supplemented, or even replaced, by an artificial intelligence is unsettling. It suggests a belief that intelligence is the output of a mechanical process, a series of discrete steps that can be isolated, measured, and optimized. In Google’s world, the world we enter when we go online, there’s little place for the fuzziness of contemplation. Ambiguity is not an opening for insight but a bug to be fixed. The human brain is just an outdated computer that needs a faster processor and a bigger hard drive.

The idea that our minds should operate as high-speed data-processing machines is not only built into the workings of the Internet, it is the network’s reigning business model as well. The faster we surf across the Web—the more links we click and pages we view—the more opportunities Google and other companies gain to collect information about us and to feed us advertisements. Most of the proprietors of the commercial Internet have a financial stake in collecting the crumbs of data we leave behind as we flit from link to link—the more crumbs, the better. The last thing these companies want is to encourage leisurely reading or slow, concentrated thought. It’s in their economic interest to drive us to distraction.

Maybe I’m just a worrywart. Just as there’s a tendency to glorify technological progress, there’s a countertendency to expect the worst of every new tool or machine. In Plato’s Phaedrus, Socrates bemoaned the development of writing. He feared that, as people came to rely on the written word as a substitute for the knowledge they used to carry inside their heads, they would, in the words of one of the dialogue’s characters, “cease to exercise their memory and become forgetful.” And because they would be able to “receive a quantity of information without proper instruction,” they would “be thought very knowledgeable when they are for the most part quite ignorant.” They would be “filled with the conceit of wisdom instead of real wisdom.” Socrates wasn’t wrong—the new technology did often have the effects he feared—but he was shortsighted. He couldn’t foresee the many ways that writing and reading would serve to spread information, spur fresh ideas, and expand human knowledge (if not wisdom).

The arrival of Gutenberg’s printing press, in the 15th century, set off another round of teeth gnashing. The Italian humanist Hieronimo Squarciafico worried that the easy availability of books would lead to intellectual laziness, making men “less studious” and weakening their minds. Others argued that cheaply printed books and broadsheets would undermine religious authority, demean the work of scholars and scribes, and spread sedition and debauchery. As New York University professor Clay Shirky notes, “Most of the arguments made against the printing press were correct, even prescient.” But, again, the doomsayers were unable to imagine the myriad blessings that the printed word would deliver.

So, yes, you should be skeptical of my skepticism. Perhaps those who dismiss critics of the Internet as Luddites or nostalgists will be proved correct, and from our hyperactive, data-stoked minds will spring a golden age of intellectual discovery and universal wisdom. Then again, the Net isn’t the alphabet, and although it may replace the printing press, it produces something altogether different. The kind of deep reading that a sequence of printed pages promotes is valuable not just for the knowledge we acquire from the author’s words but for the intellectual vibrations those words set off within our own minds. In the quiet spaces opened up by the sustained, undistracted reading of a book, or by any other act of contemplation, for that matter, we make our own associations, draw our own inferences and analogies, foster our own ideas. Deep reading, as Maryanne Wolf argues, is indistinguishable from deep thinking.

If we lose those quiet spaces, or fill them up with “content,” we will sacrifice something important not only in our selves but in our culture. In a recent essay, the playwright Richard Foreman  eloquently described what’s at stake:

"I come from a tradition of Western culture, in which the ideal (my ideal) was the complex, dense and “cathedral-like” structure of the highly educated and articulate personality—a man or woman who carried inside themselves a personally constructed and unique version of the entire heritage of the West. [But now] I see within us all (myself included) the replacement of complex inner density with a new kind of self—evolving under the pressure of information overload and the technology of the “instantly available.”"

As we are drained of our “inner repertory of dense cultural inheritance,” Foreman concluded, we risk turning into “‘pancake people’—spread wide and thin as we connect with that vast network of information accessed by the mere touch of a button.”

I’m haunted by that scene in 2001. What makes it so poignant, and so weird, is the computer’s emotional response to the disassembly of its mind: its despair as one circuit after another goes dark, its childlike pleading with the astronaut—“I can feel it. I can feel it. I’m afraid”—and its final reversion to what can only be called a state of innocence. HAL’s outpouring of feeling contrasts with the emotionlessness that characterizes the human figures in the film, who go about their business with an almost robotic efficiency. Their thoughts and actions feel scripted, as if they’re following the steps of an algorithm. In the world of 2001, people have become so machinelike that the most human character turns out to be a machine. That’s the essence of Kubrick’s dark prophecy: as we come to rely on computers to mediate our understanding of the world, it is our own intelligence that flattens into artificial intelligence.

Is Google Making Us Stupid? "What the Internet is doing to our brains" by Nicholas Carr (http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200807/google)
Title: you think or are what your wear?
Post by: electrobleme on January 13, 2010, 19:38:41
Consider all of the head dresses worn.
I can assure You that feathers have a clockwise orientated field around them, thus it is where that field or concentration of fields is placed in relation to any other field( you)
The field of the feathers will reflect/refract as did the field of the bird.
To think like a bird one must be able to think like a bird?
A bear skin will have the local field of a bear, wear it and feel the field of the bear.
Superconducting materials are now been made, they will act as whatever field they are subjected to as they solidify.
The Joe cell is the Joe cell because it was seeded( sperm0 by Joe.
The alien craft will operate as per the beings operating them, they will be them.
The materials will have their DNA signiture within the material.
It's all by field.
Biefeld Brown
kevin

Why Kings wore crowns and fur gowns of the kingly animals? Why Shamen do the same thing? Why people feel more powerful or business like in a suit? Why natural materials feel so much better than manmade? How come natural products are so much better for us (less sweat) etc, what are the odds of that? Or is it that they are designed or naturally work with our bodies?

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: peter on January 13, 2010, 22:20:54
Consider all of the head dresses worn.
I can assure You that feathers have a clockwise orientated field around them, thus it is where that field or concentration of fields is placed in relation to any other field( you)
The field of the feathers will reflect/refract as did the field of the bird.
To think like a bird one must be able to think like a bird?
A bear skin will have the local field of a bear, wear it and feel the field of the bear.
Superconducting materials are now been made, they will act as whatever field they are subjected to as they solidify.
The Joe cell is the Joe cell because it was seeded( sperm0 by Joe.
The alien craft will operate as per the beings operating them, they will be them.
The materials will have their DNA signiture within the material.
It's all by field.
Biefeld Brown
kevin

Hi Kevin!

Man, searching for the keywords "Joe Cell" I got in my mind to post an article here as first. But you has read my thoughts.
You're lucky man, because I believe that we are all ONE, else I would accuse you for steeling my own thoughts  ;)

Maybe we all here in this forum create a morphic field and we share our thoughts telepathically and we form a higher consciousness. The so called "EverythingIsElectric-Morphic-Field".

I imagine the universe as a hologram and the connections through time and space are possible because of similar-structures. So if two things wants to communicate, even if they are millions of light year distant, they need similar structures (or patterns) in order to share information faster than the speed of light. (keyword Quantum-Entanglement)

For example:
- Two people decide to communicate with each other by a code. They need first to create a code by consensus.
- And if they decide to communicate with radio signals, they need to choose first a common frequency.

If we want to communicate with the Universe, with God, with the collective mind, Akasha etc. than we need the right frequency or a pattern that is similar to it.
Even if the key is not very similar to that to the other side, we could succeed. Because the intention is the key, our will to communicate!

We have the key already inside us!

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread532721/pg1 (http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread532721/pg1) - The Fractal Nature of Consciousness
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 14, 2010, 00:54:57
Peter,
          Hello,
I feel this is why scientists on different continents suddenly find similer discoveries.
a lot of the paranoia about spying may actually be because of this attraction by like thinking.
If We all were to realise this power We could rid the world of the war crazed loonies that operate at the moment.
I too sense a hologram, but in a solid, litterally all been ONE.
Thus every tiny part is a holographic copy of the rest.
the transport about that solid I detect as phase conjugate optical lasers.
sagittarius A been a central sort of pump.
The galaxy will then be within a larger scale similer.
it's all about scale, with phase conjugate fields been attracted to each other to co-join.
I am a dowser, I atune to radio fibonacci.
Kevin
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 14, 2010, 11:10:08
Do these physical aids actually access the Akashic Records or do they help us to tune in or polarise the frequency/energy.
electrobleme

Mirrors reflect and can change the phase of the incoming light. If one considers that the Akashic record is with us all the time as a memory, then the light from the Akashic record will change phase and reflect back to its source having some cancelling effect. This may help free oneself from the effects of the nearby, or carried with one, Akashic record. And so one may become more sensitive, with the usual influence being diminished. However crystal ball reading is a matter of reducing visual stimulus allowing a more sensitive state.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 14, 2010, 12:00:27
If this field would become stronger, than all humans would reconnect to each other, forming a collective consciousness that is much stronger and smarter than the sum of it.
peter

Hi peter, my name is Peter too. That's why I use Mo or moses.
I certainly believe in a collective consciousness.

I therefore believe that the collective has a trauma and that all individuals suffer under this condition. If more people could reconnect to the collective memory, they would attune their thoughts and actions for the best of all.
peter

It is either collective or else the past trauma memories are attached to individual genes. Thus gene activation, whatever that means, could increase the vibration of that past trauma. I think people need to connect to their own personal memories, especially as a baby and foetus. Then the collective consciousness can be reached.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 14, 2010, 14:35:32
I had an instant brainwave as such.
It took months to realise why the spot I was stood on and that I had dowsing rods in My hands assisted this to occur.
I was asked to help find the position of several long barrows that were ploughed away during world war two.
I ended up on a mainframe point of England, two powerfull paths crossing, one the belinus line, the other the main east/west route across the country.
In an instant, I knew almost all I was thinking about, it's attraction, it finds the atuned radio as such.
I nearly couldn't handle what I knew, You have the answers without any background or the questions, not easy to handle.
kevin
Title: Déjà-vu, "It's on the tip of my tongue", Earworm
Post by: peter on January 14, 2010, 16:20:16
In an instant, I knew almost all I was thinking about, it's attraction, it finds the atuned radio as such.
I nearly couldn't handle what I knew, You have the answers without any background or the questions, not easy to handle.
kevin

Hi Kevin!

I got similar experiences too.
Suddenly I know thinks ( and the day later I see these ideas in a movie or in a text in the internet). It's like I have internally a RSS-Feed Reader that provides me with the newest discoveries (or insights, ideas) that the hole collective has made. (... and these flashes comes suddenly in mind, regardless of which at the moment I do or think and indeed it is not easy to handle)
Perhaps because I am aware of the fact that a collective mind exist and because I have a so great interest in this kind of stuff (paradigm shifting, global mind, holographic universe...).
It surely builds up a strong attraction force to the morphic fields that belong to the field of science, discoveries or spirituality. Than greater the interest and than more open the mind is, than more ones becomes connected to that field.

BUT the connection is not established when someone is a egoist!
We here in this forum want to share this information with others, therefore we will have the morphic field in common. Many times my friends asks me, why I do not write a book and earn money with it, instead to publish all the informations for free in a newsblog or forum. My answer is every time the same, because I want a change in this world, in the mind of all people. And then synchronic events happens. It is like the collective delivers me with the right informations at the right time. If what we want to do is for the best of all, then the universe supports you (I am a Christian and believe in God, but I use the word universe as a metaphor for the hole collective mind).

Nikola Tesla has got similar experiences as most of us today ... in a flash he saw the apparatus or got insights.
And the great musicians gets the compositions as a hole in their mind, not as a part. Maybe will should reconsider the word "genius" as a man that is connected to the collective mind.
Then a genius has not a special brain, but he makes indeed use of all the other brains of the collective. It would make sense. If a computer has reached the highest frequency of what a CPU can technological sustain, then the engineers need to build a multi-processor computer instead a single-processor. And there are actually applications that make use of the CPU's all over the world to calculate massive amounts of data. Should we not therefore think of our single minds as single units of a collective mind?

A interesting idea of Rupert Sheldrake is that when a thought is repeated often, the morphic field of it will reinforce every time and then it become stable.
Perhaps the phenomenon of the so called "Earworm" (a portion of a song or other music that repeats compulsively within one's mind) is a collective phenomenon.
Déjà-vu's could be a collective phenomenon too.

And when we try to find a word and "It's on the tip of my tongue" ... have you ever noticed that this phenomenon is a collective one, because when it happens many people are affected of it???


Regarding the fact that sudden flashes of ideas and thoughts are not easy to handle ... relax and share them with others ... maybe the receiver is actually not able to handle them, but the others are!

Peter
Title: are former lives proof of the Akashic Records?
Post by: electrobleme on January 16, 2010, 18:33:03

Are people who have "memories" of former lives and knowledge/experience that they should never realistically have evidence/proof of the Akashic Records? Its always been a puzzle to me what/how these people could have this knowledge, it does seem like they have "lived" those past lives. So is it that they are just tuning into that particular persons memories? can you change who you tune into?

is the ability to see ghosts part of it or is that something totally different?

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 17, 2010, 06:24:34
Memories of the distant past indicate that either,or both, one has time travelled back to then and is somehow able to access that past experiencing, or else there is a residue, a record, that is created either by the experiencing then, or just by the event itself.  Now experiencing itself offers considerable possibilities for time travelling as there is really no reason why experiencing only responds to nerve electrical impulses now, other than the practical functionality involved. But it is the physical record that we are considering here.

Now seeing that we are considering ghosts perhaps I should give a little background of myself, save one might consider that I am dreaming up all this stuff. Other than my degree in Earth Sciences, I did a stretch in the Theosophical Society, where I read about 250 books on the occult from their library, about 30 years ago. Lately I correspond with a chap who had a few near death experiences (NDEs), and became a primal therapist with the very famous Graham Farrant, and then a transpersonal therapist totalling about 25 years experience. He runs an on-line psychotherapy group which I have been on for about 7 years. I will not give out his name unless he specifically says it is OK, but he can be found easily. I have very poor resolution of my psychological problems and was born autistic. I am definitely not advanced in any kundalini. I had some strange ability to solve problems from birth.

Walls and rocks hold a record of the past. Genes do likewise. So in an old house strong emotional events are replayed at resonant times. And similarly in people resonant situations can cause an old record to replay which will get the DNA configured and expressing just the same as it did in the ancient experience, even though the DNA is now different, the old gene and it's old emotional record controls the whole DNA, in that resonant state. Naturally early life events will resonate the DNA much easier than more ancient events from an ancestor.

But I guess we want to discuss what happens at death. Is there some part of us that leaves the body and then later associates with an embryonic cell at conception. And is there another part of us that leaves the body at death and wanders around talking to psychics, etc.  Perhaps we can look at what doesn't happen. The psyche that builds up during one's lifetime could have been influenced by some reincarnating aspect, but this psyche, as a whole, will not be reincarnated, with perhaps some understanding being gained by the reincarnating aspect. Otherwise the reincarnating aspect would be a massive pile of rubbish.

So even though the psyche will be discarded by any reincarnating aspect, this psyche could still survive death. It will not be vivified by the reincarnating aspect, but this psyche could well still have abilities of logic and perhaps some senses, but whether any life-force remains associated with the psyche is unknown. I hope I am not going too far here.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 17, 2010, 18:00:52
Mo,
    I was asked to meet the lady who had been chair person of the theosophical society who was surprisingly skeptical about dowsing, until I showed her carefully what to do.
I left her with a set of dowsing rods mumbling about how silly She had been for so long.
There have been very carefull tests of when people die where the bed and all are on very delicate beam scales, a slight alteration is apparent leading to an increase in weight, which doesn't surprise Me, as I consider gravity is an electrical consequence.
I have a friend who was pronounced dead five times, he tells of seeing all his deceased family etc, and them laughing at Him trying to join them, He never wants to come back here.
Basically they say"nice try , but wrong timimg, you have much to do, see You when it's right"
I have seen a white light that is not really describable, IKNEW it contained ALL.
I am a typical left handed dyslexic dowser, the British dowsing association conducted a survey and found a large proportion of its members were thus.
I run an antique shop for a living, and have a mother and daughter who come in often, the daughter is autistic, and I have dowsed Her as I do many people unknown to them, She has the most enormous field dimensions I have encountered, sort of off the scale, and We look at each other with a KNOWING
Kevin
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 18, 2010, 10:02:10
kevin,
      I saw a program on automatic writing in it's use at Glastonberry Abbey. She was showing a left nostril breathing technique to get in touch with the automatic writer within, using the right brain. One cannot but help wonder if dowsing and automatic writing are basically the same thing, both utilising the right brain. Lefthanders breathe more through the left nostril than righthanders:
http://tiny.cc/y0Tgv

And this study on nostril utilisation in Autism:
http://tiny.cc/Okllh
"A majority of children with autism had left nasal dominance."

I was looking for a study that showed breathing through the left nostril only, increased brain activity in the right hemisphere, but could not find one. But it exists, I'm sure. And it just dovetails with what you are saying.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 18, 2010, 15:03:58
Mo,
     Yes most people seem oblivious that We have two seperate brains, and if You ever hear them talking to each other do not go rushing off for some tablets.
I didn't utter a word until I was five, my mother had Me at all sorts of experts etc, I had plenty of friends without needing others.
This where DNA comes in and the pineal gland imo, women tend to utilise their right brain far more than men, and knowing is different to learning.
I think the left brain operates in 3D, whilst the right operates in higher dimensions that our actual selves are in.
The physical 3d body is not the real ourselves, that is electrical and hardly visable.
We are all one, part of the whole utilising our vessels to observe and experience, I sense it has ever increasing life forms expanding in scale add infirnitum.
I am becoming increasingly drawn to dowsing humans and comparing the consequences, MS and alzhiemers  exhibit similer with a loss of the actual self.
Young children and autistics are huge, autistic off the scale.
I consider our memories are field based not in the brains, thus the right hand brain connects out to larger fields, if You attract through intent whatever knowledge, it will arrive at your field.
DNA appears to be the connecter, hence THEY don't want it really known about, keep the sheep dumb?
Kevin
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on January 19, 2010, 10:08:35
Yes most people seem oblivious that We have two seperate brains, and if You ever hear them talking to each other do not go rushing off for some tablets.    Kevin


Of course past traumatic episodes can come to the surface and produce repeating of the thoughts and feelings of that traumatic episode. Sensible and proper use of tablets might be useful in these circumstances. Although correct psychotherapy should always be considered.

I didn't utter a word until I was five, my mother had Me at all sorts of experts etc, ...   Kevin

I never crawled. Only passed English once.

I consider our memories are field based not in the brains, thus the right hand brain connects out to larger fields, if You attract through intent whatever knowledge, it will arrive at your field.      Kevin

Understanding is different to knowing. Knowing involves accessing some information, whereas understanding involves an all over view. I consider such an understanding is outside of the brain. I consider that the left brain is excessive in generating thought, and this retards sensitive feeling. But a host of buried insensitive feelings is more the problem usually.

Why intent, when there is passion. If you are genuinely intensely involved in something then that passion attracts. Using intent can involve a lot of self, whereas genuine passion is selfless. 

DNA appears to be the connecter, hence THEY don't want it really known about, keep the sheep dumb?    Kevin

As I keep saying, most people contact their traumatic past. But the bosses don't see great profit in their workers venturing into themselves searching for their traumatic past in an attempt to free themselves from such shackles. And pschotherapists often feel pressed to turn their patients into economically functioning individuals.
Mo
Title: neurons, dentrites and axon hills - loss of neurons, memory and access to AR?
Post by: electrobleme on January 20, 2010, 06:46:29
The whole quote below is interesting but this bit and the electrical nature of these things really got my attention.

"An axon is a special protoplasmic filament that arises from the cell body at a site called the axon hillock and travels through the body, often for a great distance. The cell body of a neuron frequently gives rise to multiple dendrites, but never to more than one axon, although the axon may branch hundreds of times before it terminates."

It mentions that it is difficult for these to be replaced when lost. I have been told that losing them causes memory loss and problems. Could it actually be the loss of a persons ability to tune in or connect to the Akashic Records that is the problem?

The filaments/dentrites acting as an aerial/antenna? the more you have the better your ability to tune in, send or receive? lose these and you lose the plot and the signal?

so chemical changes in our bodies do change the electrical nature of the neurons - drink, drugs, excitement, meditation and change our access to the Akashic Records.


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A neuron ( also known as a neurone or nerve cell) is an electrically excitable cell that processes and transmits information by electrochemical signaling, via connections with other cells called synapses. Neurons are the core components of the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral ganglia. A number of specialized types of neurons exist: sensory neurons respond to touch, sound, light and numerous other stimuli affecting cells of the sensory organs that then send signals to the spinal cord and brain. Motor neurons receive signals from the brain and spinal cord and cause muscle contractions and affect glands. Interneurons connect neurons to other neurons within the same region of the brain or spinal cord.

A typical neuron possesses a cell body (often called soma), dendrites, and an axon. Dendrites are filaments of protoplasm that extrude from the cell body, often extending for hundreds of microns and branching multiple times, giving rise to a complex "dendritic tree". An axon is a special protoplasmic filament that arises from the cell body at a site called the axon hillock and travels through the body, often for a great distance. The cell body of a neuron frequently gives rise to multiple dendrites, but never to more than one axon, although the axon may branch hundreds of times before it terminates. At the majority of synapses, signals are sent from the axon of one neuron to a dendrite of another. There are, however, many exceptions to these rules: neurons that lack dendrites, neurons that have no axon, synapses that connect an axon to another axon or a dendrite to another dendrite, etc.

All neurons are electrically excitable, maintaining voltage gradients across their membranes by means of metabolically driven ion pumps, which combine with ion channels embedded in the membrane to generate intracellular-versus-extracellular concentration differences of ions such as sodium, potassium, chloride, and calcium. Changes in the cross-membrane voltage can alter the function of voltage-dependent ion channels. If the voltage changes by a large enough amount, an all-or-none electrochemical pulse called an action potential is generated, which travels rapidly along the cell's axon, and activates synaptic connections with other cells when it arrives.

Neurons do not undergo cell division, and usually cannot be replaced after being lost. In most cases they are generated by special types of stem cells, although astrocytes (a type of glial cell) have been observed to turn into neurons as they are sometimes pluripotent.
Neurons | wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurons)
Title: Re: neurons, dentrites and axon hills - loss of neurons, memory and access to AR?
Post by: peter on January 20, 2010, 17:57:26
The whole quote below is interesting but this bit and the electrical nature of these things really got my attention.

"An axon is a special protoplasmic filament that arises from the cell body at a site called the axon hillock and travels through the body, often for a great distance. The cell body of a neuron frequently gives rise to multiple dendrites, but never to more than one axon, although the axon may branch hundreds of times before it terminates."

It mentions that it is difficult for these to be replaced when lost. I have been told that losing them causes memory loss and problems. Could it actually be the loss of a persons ability to tune in or connect to the Akashic Records that is the problem?


Viewed from the perspective of an Electric Universe I suppose that the connection to the Akashic Records is established by simplicity and coherence.

Let me explain my claim:
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Superconductivity occurs in certain materials at very low temperatures. When superconductive, a material has an electrical resistance of exactly zero and no interior magnetic field (the Meissner effect).
Source: wikipedia
Imagine you try to transmit information to another person. Than more simply the information is, than more the probability is higher that the information reach the target and will be understood.

Truth is absolute simply in contrast to a lie!

In order to keep a lie alive someone needs to invent complex information structures around the lie.
These structures are like the multiple layers of an onion (see also the homeopathic remedy Thuja, that is known for its affinity to onions keeping much secrets in its inside).
The complexity of a lie is a great resistance for the conductivity.

Instead the truth is coherent, self-similar and absolute simply. A superconductor!
Through a superconductor much energy and information can flow without loss.

Therefore if a person builds up his fundament (faith, thinking ...) on lies a resistance against the flow from the higher planes is build up.
Remember what the Bible says about the beginning of the struggle of humanity: All problems begins with one lie.

Illness is caused by illusions that impede us to reconnect to the real source of energy.
If you have ever read the mind-symptoms listed in a homeopathic repertory you will recognize the fact that every illusion is a lie that separates us from the Collective and from God.
The contrary - the healthy state - is the ability to use the own life force and creativity for the good of all, instead to use it only for egoistical purposes.

The word "health" has it roots in "wholeness" (http://www.etymonline.com). A human is like a single cell in a huge organism that is composed by billions of individual humans. They all share one morphic field. Humanity is one organism, like the hole earth with all organism forms one single organism -> Gaia.

If all humans share one illusion, one lie, this lie is stored in the common morphic field of humanity. For this reason all people has a problem to connect to the Akashic Records or the "Higher Planes" of reality. But what will happen if enough people reach a higher state of awareness, departing oneself from immorality, anger, egoism? They will surely feed the morphic field with the necessary (in)formation in order to change it behavior once reached a critical mass.
A single person can contribute to this change with its inner attitude and telling other people what the hope really is for humanity. A community that is accord to keep a high moral standard will have a much greater success in connecting to the Higher Consciousness, because they have a common morphic field for their own community that is not affected as such from the hole human morphic field.

Loss of memory is a problem that has its root in the ability to connect oneself to the Akashic Records. It is like someone will not accept the truth that would be evident if one reconnects totally to the common memory field ... therefore one avoids to look over the edge of the own ego. If the big Awakening will start, many unwanted memories will be accessible again. Then the great tribulation will start. A tribulation for the wicked that don`t deliberately accept the truth! (Dogmatism is a defense mechanism of the wicked!)

The truth shall make you free!
Title: answers and questions
Post by: electrobleme on January 22, 2010, 06:46:16

thank you for lots of mind opening ideas and concepts posted on this topic. I am slowly working my way through understanding and thinking about them but i guess that is actually a lifetimes study.


Mo - you got any more links that you think are good on Theosophical stuff and Graham Farrant. Although stuff is out there i prefer links from people i trust as anyone can SEO a site or put anything up on the old internet.
Do you have more ideas/thoughts on our period of birthing and young life and how it can affect us? Apart from the sensible idea that a more natural and less stressful birth is good for a baby, i have not read anything else on this topic before so time to learn.
This said of Graham Farrant - "Believing secrets kept people sick" which fits in with what Peter mentions about lies/truth


peter - lying and the truth conductivity - can we detect when someone is lying or telling the truth because their morphic field/resonance is different? We can feel that it is normal or not normal (average or high/low) or it is like a wave and constructive/destructive interference?
Is this why it is hard to lie and lie detector tests work? Why you can beat a lie detector test or pass off a lie to a human if you practise it enough or can control your body?
could you explain this part further for me?
Does the Morphic field/resonance explain love at first sight and why you can meet someone and instantly know if you will get on well with them?
And does the Morphic stuff explain why you can also meet someone and not like them at first but slowly you get to like each other? Who changes, what changes?


kevin - left and right hand brain and people - is there anything that those non blessed right handed people can do or do they have their own advantages? So do left/right handed people themselves interact with the lattice differently?
Title: Re: answers and questions
Post by: peter on January 25, 2010, 19:47:35
peter - lying and the truth conductivity - can we detect when someone is lying or telling the truth because their morphic field/resonance is different? We can feel that it is normal or not normal (average or high/low) or it is like a wave and constructive/destructive interference?

Every morphic field interferes with the others to a certain degree. The morphic field is a carrier of information. When it gets in contact with another field they exchange information.
You can imagine that every morphic field exist for a specific scope and it exist only for the best of all. But it can be manipulated for egoistical purposes. The field (that carries a lie) then exist not for eternity, but only for short time with a "date of expiry" build in. The date of expiry is "build in security feature" to make sure that no harmful data will exist forever. Only what turns out to be for the best of all will get a "eternity seal" and remain in the collective for ever.

If someone attunes to the Truth they will feel a "flow".
Perhaps it is better to go into detail and explain what I mean with "the flow":
The flow has something to do with the flow of information. A "good morphic field" will enable the flow of information. Information packages can flow through many morphic fields if the information is for the best of all. Then someone can feel a flow. For example if someone has a important message to tell and the people (the receivers of this information) are disposed to accept the message, then it is very easy to transmit the information. The receivers even help you to formulate the message, they encourage you.
If the receivers are not disposed to accept the message and the consequence that derives from accepting the message, then they will work against the transmitter, even before the transmitter starts to tell them in a human language what the message is. They first evaluate it with the morphic resonance and then after evaluation (this occurs very fast) they decide to accept or not your message.

So if you are a man of truth, someone that loves the Truth and hates the lie, your attitude will enable you to feel a "flow" if someone tells you the truth. Contrary if someone tells you a lie you will not feel this flow, instead it feels stucked or blocked.

Is this why it is hard to lie and lie detector tests work? Why you can beat a lie detector test or pass off a lie to a human if you practise it enough or can control your body?
could you explain this part further for me?

Generally the body will disobey when the mind wants to tell a lie. It will sabotage the try to lie. This is interesting because it seems that every level of our existence has it own morphic field, very organ has it own and every cell. So if someone try to tell a lie, the rest of the body or subconscious will go against this lie and communicate the truth. The hole system will ever try to say the truth because it is for the best of all.

With training someone is able to manipulate more and more morphic fields of the body and then it is possible to beat a lie detector test.
But I believe that if someone manipulate it's own body chronic illness will be the result (see also the theory of illusion and illness).

Does the Morphic field/resonance explain love at first sight and why you can meet someone and instantly know if you will get on well with them?
And does the Morphic stuff explain why you can also meet someone and not like them at first but slowly you get to like each other? Who changes, what changes?

Surely! If for example a young man is searching for his great love and he approach to this search with egoistic behavior then he will damping the information flow through the morphic fields. But if someone has faith and is able to let go then the fields will connect to each other, even if the man and the woman are distant many thousand miles. They connect to each other and make an evaluation without that both persons will notice it. Synchronic events then occurs, strange thinks, ... and then it happens. This is non-locality phenomenon, my friend ;)

The Morphic Stuff explains so many thinks. Yes, you are right, sometimes you can meet a person and you feel you don't like this person. Afterwards it turns out that your feeling was right.


Imagine what would happen in this world if everybody would have a better connection to this fields? If everybody could make a distinction between the Truth and the lies? Would it not be a perfect world?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on January 26, 2010, 03:28:15
Peter,
       Fabulous post, and it resonates true.
I consider that everything in creation is FIELD based, and it is all to scale.
We are a consequence of the field about this planet, it is interacting mostly with the sun and moon, and they of course have their own fields, the sun been vast, but the moon been particuraly strong .
I have an advantage with dowsing that which is detectable along the surface, I can build up the patterns and see how each field interferes with all other fields.
On the surface it is best visualised as clock cogs, all of variant sizes and each adjacent one circulating in the opposite direction to it's neighbour, they overlap as well.
The flows that travel about on this thus seem serpent like to follow, or dragon like as they meander in snake like pattern, this is THE basis of all serpent cults IMHO.
But if You think this out spherically and out into the solar system, then the dual birkeland currents are simply larger scale of what is detectable, and if I were to shrink down I consider the self same system will extend add infirnitum downwards.
This then gives a complete saturated area of all space as been fields within fields within fields.
And as they spiral away in counter rotations the never ending cyclic consequences arise.

I have had the most bizzare situation where two distinct voices were talking to each other , one the normal sort of talking to me as usual, then this other voice kicking in describing what was been observed as where We come from, and the sound of universe, this other voice was most pleased to hear it.
As the visual in front of me had turned to jello as well, the normal one was in survival mode telling me off for risking my neck.


The flows I consider create all and then supply enough local supply to enable whatever to switch within the confines of each field
We are in the field of galaxy, of the sun, of the earth, of our own field.
I have had this strong urge to report to hospitals that when they cut off any part of a human, no matter how small, it is still that person no matter where they place it, thus if they infect the cut off part and the two fields are within specific field flows cross contamination will occur.
trouble is they cannot comprehend of field entities.
Forgive them, for they could not know, time as such as time is is not ready yet, it will be shortly as the information been downloadedfills the field of the planet, We may soon zoom fast in knowledge?
kevin

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: peter on January 28, 2010, 21:11:29
I consider that everything in creation is FIELD based, and it is all to scale.

Hi Kevin!

Yes, it is all to scale and it has a strict relation to the sequence of Fibonacci.

For example the volume of a 3D cube is calculated by the exponent 3, the volume of a 4D cube (Hypercube or Tesseract) is calculated by the exponent of 5, 5D by exponent 8 ... and so on.
The cube is a special geometrical form. The Tesseract is for our 3D World like a free-energy device. It is able to concentrate spiritual energy to our dimension.
I will go into details later, because I am still making research in this field.
Title: All men are by daily thinking, moulding the brain and spinal cords of future men
Post by: electrobleme on January 29, 2010, 23:08:26
"Our bodies are bulletins of our thoughts?"

I have just posted this page taken from the wonderful book The Universe a Vast Electric Organism (http://www.everythingselectric.com/forum/index.php?topic=184.msg702#msg702) by George Woodard Warder (1903) in another thread but felt it fitted into this topic, even if to show that good ideas keep alive and grow.

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Some very strong writers believe man's body is the product of the thought and mental force of his progenitors. If so, the mental impulse of love, and even its lower form of animal passion, is the begetter of the human race. Mrs. Josephine Barton, in "Mothers of the Living", declares, "The history of flesh has its beginning in the male atom, and exists as an unembodied idea in mental solution. Thinking results in ideas and ides crystallize into form. Thoughts are the blocks out of which children are made. The physical gets its breath of life from the mental or spiritual. The first avenue of development after its appearance in form in the male parent is the daily and hourly thinking, exercised in the mentality of the parent. These atoms, though microscopic, are the brain and spinal cord of the atom man. The product of the male element is judgment and will, of the female love and intuition; so the atom man crystallizes only the seat, brain and nerve faculties. This structure-temple of the soul-like the acorn, has inherent within it growth and fruit possibilities."

She arouses useful thought and adds with force and eloquence, "All men are, by their daily thinking, moulding the brain and spinal cords of future men.

"O men of earth! what qualities are you weaving in your thread of thought? Of what substance are you moulding the grand army of the future race? Are you endowing them with the intellect of true manhood, or crystallizing into atoms all manner of distorted brains?

"Our bodies are bulletins of our thoughts, and the male atom is the microscopic beginning of childlife, and when expelled from the loins of their progenitors, become the 'living souls' that people the cities and the plains. The human atom thus formed, when imparted into the custody of the mother, is ready for the breath of life which the mother mind, by love and intuition will breathe into it. The temple for a human soul is thus constructed. The nourishment then given is as pliant to thought as the ocean to a raindrop, and prenatal education is most important. O splendid fact! Be lifted up though expectant mother of the living! You are at liberty to take the helm of responsibility and steer for the sunlit isles where all sons are gods.

Chapter XIII - LOVE IS THE ELECTRIC LAW OF LIFE: ALL THAT LIVE MUST COME FROM THE LOVING | The Universe a Vast Electric Organism | George Woodard Warder


I had a quick look but cant find any reference to the book the author quotes (Mrs. Josephine Barton, in "Mothers of the Living") and the only line that fits it comes from The Hymns of the Rigveda (HYMN CXXII Visvadevas). Not sure if it has anything to do with the above but it is a free pdf translation of the The Hymns of the Rigveda so that cant be bad :)

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[01-122] HYMN CXXII Visvadevas

1. SAY, bringing sacrifice to bounteous Rudra, This juice for drink to you whose wrath is fleeting!
With Dyaus the Asura's Heroes I have lauded the Maruts as with prayer to Earth and Heaven.
2 Strong to exalt the early invocation are Night and Dawn who show with varied aspect.
The Barren clothes her in wide-woven raiment, and fair Morn shines with Surya's golden splendour.
3 Cheer us the Roamer round, who strikes at morning, the Wind delight us, pourer forth of waters!
Sharpen our wits, O Parvata and Indra. May all the Gods vouchsafe to us this favour.
4 And Ausija shall call for me that famous Pair who enjoy and drink, who come to brighten.
Set ye the Offspring of the Floods before you; both Mothers of the Living One who beameth.
5 For you shall Ausija call him who thunders, as, to win Arjuna's assent, cried Ghosa.
The Hymns of the Rigveda (pdf) | Translated by Ralph T. H. Griffith | sanskritweb.net (http://www.sanskritweb.net/rigveda/griffith.pdf)

Title: left/right hand brain and meditation to access the "Akashic Records"
Post by: electrobleme on January 31, 2010, 20:15:31
Activities/actions/thinking  etc seperated between left/right hand brain - why is there a difference, what do these parts of the brain do? Do they access different parts of the Akashic Records or let you tune in to different parts/energies? Do they let you pick up or see different Morphic Fields?

ideaconnection (http://www.ideaconnection.com/solutions/) is an open creation type site and someone asked about how they can do more "teaching right brained activities" (http://www.ideaconnection.com/solutions/7680-teaching-right-brained-activities.html). one reply mentions interesting stuff and these quotes i hope are relevant to this post

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Known Solution for: teaching right brained activities
   
Fear and Creativity and Objective Art
Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses -- and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person "being" a genius, all of us "have" a genius. It's a funny, personal and surprisingly moving talk.

What is objective art?
Is creativity somehow related with meditation?

Osho:
Art can be divided into two parts. Ninety-nine percent of art is subjective art. Only one percent is objective art. The ninety-nine percent subjective art has no relationship with meditation. Only one percent objective art is based on meditation.

The subjective art means you are pouring your subjectivity onto the canvas, your dreams, your imaginations, your fantasies. It is a projection of your psychology...

...Objective art is just the opposite. The man has nothing to throw out, he is utterly empty, absolutely clean. Out of this silence, out of this emptiness arises love, compassion. And out of this silence arises a possibility for creativity. This silence, this love, this compassion - these are the qualities of meditation.

Meditation brings you to your very center. And your center is not only your center, it is the center of the whole existence. Only on the periphery we are different. As we start moving toward the center, we are one. We are part of eternity, a tremendously luminous experience of ecstasy that is beyond words. Something that you can be... but very difficult to express it. But a great desire arises in you to share it, because all other people around you are groping for exactly such experiences. And you have it, you know the path...

...There are in India statues, which you have just to sit silently and meditate upon. Just look at those statues. They have been made by meditators in such a way, in such a proportion, that just looking at the statue, the figure, the proportion, the beauty... Everything is very calculated to create a similar kind of state within you. And just sitting silently with a statue of Buddha or Mahavira, you will come across a strange feeling, which you cannot find in sitting by the side of any Western sculpture...
Known Solution for: teaching right brained activities | Fear and Creativity and Objective Art (http://www.ideaconnection.com/solutions/known/938-Fear-and-Creativity-and-Objective-Art.html)

Meditation statues and other objects (not buildings) such as quartz crystals  - does the physical design of these help access the Akashic Records? who or how the designer/maker was feeling during the process? is it a placebo or stimulus/response thing where just seeing the statue changes your physical/mental field, due to previous meditation etc?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on February 01, 2010, 01:16:11
Stones, crystals etc,etc create a specific local field about themselves.
they can act in a sponge like manner to absorb what that field is, because it is STUFF.
I don't exactly know what stuff is, but it is detectable, and I do.
Everything , I mean everything is FIELD based, and all fields influence all other fields.
hence when two people love each other their fields desire to be together( they litterally create a heart shape field pattern)

So!, what happens inside ourselves when exposed to certain field patterns?
I reckon DMT is the answer, and I think I keep tripping out on this naturally because of dowsing, I can follow and do the matrix, thus I am atuned to it ever more, at times it,s most bizzare.
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/dmt-the-spirit-molecule/
lot's of Egyptian stuff in there, four videos.
Kevin
Title: DMT: The Spirit Molecule and the "Akashic Records"
Post by: electrobleme on February 01, 2010, 18:03:07

I spoke to a friend about the Akashic Records this morning and he said "i have had this book for years, waiting for the moment".... he is going to lend it to me and it is called "DMT: The Spirit Molecule: Research into the Biology of Near-Death and Mystical Experiences".  He also had Timothy Leary's "Turn on, tune in, drop out" on him so i have borrowed that.

Was wondering about mentioning it here when i had not read it then saw your post kevin :)
Title: faraday cage and accessing the Akashic Records?
Post by: electrobleme on February 04, 2010, 01:21:58

has there been any research done or anyone had any experience of accessing the Akashic Records in different settings? I was thinking of places like a Faraday cage, deep underground, in water etc but especially in either positive or damping electrical areas?
Title: Re: faraday cage and accessing the Akashic Records?
Post by: peter on February 04, 2010, 14:30:45

has there been any research done or anyone had any experience of accessing the Akashic Records in different settings? I was thinking of places like a Faraday cage, deep underground, in water etc but especially in either positive or damping electrical areas?

Well, no mainstream research as I know yet.
But other examples of connecting to this morphic field of memory is done in Homeopathy and Bach-Flower-Therapy.
A homeopathic remedy is diluted and potentized (by applying kinetic energy) and the carrier material (water, milk  sugar) remembers the original substance for a very long time.
Indeed there exist original remedies from 1920 that are "copied" by potentizing it again and again.

Ah, yes, now I remember, there is a mainstream experience!!!
The DNA Phantom Effect!

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“In each set of experimental measurements with DNA samples, several double control measurements are performed. These measurements are performed prior to the DNA being placed in the scattering chamber. When the scattering chamber of the LPCS is void of physical DNA, and neither are there are any phantom DNA fields present, the autocorrelation function of scattered light looks like the one shown in Figure 2a. This typical control plot represents only background random noise counts of the photomultiplier. Figure 2b demonstrates a typical time autocorrelation function when a physical DNA sample is placed in the scattering chamber, and typically has the shape of an oscillatory and slowly exponentially decaying function. When the DNA is removed from the scattering chamber, one anticipates that the autocorrelation function will be the same as before the DNA was placed in the scattering chamber. Surprisingly and counter-intuitively it turns out that the autocorrelation function measured just after the removal of the DNA from the scattering chamber looks distinctly different from the one obtained before the DNA was placed in the chamber. After duplicating this many times and checking the equipment in every conceivable way, we were forced to accept the working hypothesis that some new field structure is being excited from the physical vacuum. We termed this the DNA phantom in order to emphasize that its origin is related with the physical DNA. We have found that, as long as the space in the scattering chamber is not disturbed, we are able to measure this effect for long periods of time. In several cases we have observed it for up to a month. It is important to emphasize that two conditions are necessary in order to observe the DNA phantoms. The first is the presence of the DNA molecule and the second is the exposure of the DNA to weak coherent laser radiation. This last condition has been shown to work with two different frequencies of laser radiation.

Perhaps the most important finding of these experiments is that they provide an opportunity to study the vacuum substructure on strictly scientific and quantitative grounds. This is possible due to the phantom field’s intrinsic ability to couple with conventional electromagnetic fields.”

Source: The DNA phantom effect - Direct Measurement of A New Field in the Vacuum Substructure - http://www.soulsofdistortion.nl/dna2a.html (http://www.soulsofdistortion.nl/dna2a.html)

The DNA is able to imprint it's own pattern into the space-time. And the researchers can read this imprint by using a special laser.
Title: Re: The DNA phantom effect
Post by: electrobleme on February 04, 2010, 22:07:29
i have only had a quick look and i tried to find out more about Dr. Pjotr Garjajev of the Russian Academy of Science on the internet but at the moment not found anything by him apart from sites mentioning the DNA phantom effect. it does say on that article that he can be contacted at the Institute of HeartMath but the paper on the DNA phantom effect is at least 10 years old or more so not sure if he still works there or is still alive!

one good thing about the DNA phantom effect is that wikipedia has deleted it as a Fringe subject so its likely to be going in the right direction, might be important and could change the status quo.

The website of Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf has a good article on it and related stuff. A few paragraphs below link into Akashic Records / Morphic Fields stuff i think and what has already been discussed in this thread..the DNA being an electromagnetic antenna and the DNA being an organic superconductor for starters.

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The Biological Chip in our Cells

From the characteristic form of this giant molecule - a wound double helix - the DNA represents an ideal electromagnetic antenna. On one hand it is elongated and thus a blade antenna, which can take up very well electrical pulses. On the other hand, seen from above it has form of a ring and thus is a very good magnetical antenna.

What happens to the electromagnetic energy, which the DNA takes up? It is stored quite easily inside it, bringing the molecule – simplified spoken – into oscillation. Physically we call such a system a harmonic oscillator .

Such an oscillator of course with the time loses its energy, as is observable also in the darkroom, and the time, which this procedure needs, is a measure for the ability of energy storage. Physicists call this measure resonator quality .

It turned out that the quality of the DNA resonator is by a multiple higher as in oscillators, which physicists are able to construct in their laboratories from technical devices. That means, the oscillation losses are unbelievably small. This confirms a long-preserved assumption: The DNA is an organic superconductor, which can still work in addition at normal body temperature! In this field science may learn still infinitely much from nature.
The Biological Chip in our Cells | fosar-bludorf.com (http://www.fosar-bludorf.com/archiv/biochip_eng.htm)

If this research is true and it seems to fit in with what has been said then WOW! Explains a lot of things and gives real backing to the Akashic Records idea.


While researching the DNA phantom effect i came across this interesting artilce - Is DNA hyper-communication a native internet? (http://www.communicationagents.com/sepp/2003/07/15/is_dna_hypercommunication_a_native_internet.htm)

the oscillations and energy might be related to Human Biophotonics (http://www.everythingiselectric.com/biophotonics-humans-auras-acupuncture.html) (glowing humans and auras)

Not fully read this page but there might be something of interest to someone - Brief introduction into WaveGenetics (http://eng.wavegenetic.ru/)

DNA phantom effect (http://www.rialian.com/rnboyd/dna-phantom.htm) - website with the images of the research paper

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on February 05, 2010, 02:41:12
One of my greatest hero's is TT Brown, He had a special short wave radio He took everywhere with Him, everywhere, but it was no ordinary radio.
He built a speaker device that had no moving parts and could act as both antenna and sender.
He had underground bases around the globe in such as Hawaii in the volcano bases, shielded labs, with gravitor detectors.
Dr Browns daughter used to have to immeadiately write down what Dr Brown said as he awoke from dreaming.
Dr Brown as tesla was tapped in, atuned to the akashic records, I think of it as radio 1.618, with the band leader called fibonacci, also on radio.618.
kevin
Title: Re: The DNA phantom effect
Post by: peter on February 08, 2010, 20:50:28
one good thing about the DNA phantom effect is that wikipedia has deleted it as a Fringe subject so its likely to be going in the right direction, might be important and could change the status quo.

Like all books that the governments tried to burn (for example the books from Wilhelm Reich) or articles that becomes censured by Wikipedia's skeptic agents, this kind of stuff is really worth to read.
I read the Bible daily, because it survived 2000 years of intense persecution and I found in the Holy Scriptures so many hints for the better understanding of the universe and the nature of human mind and society. Nikola Tesla and Sir Isaac Newton read it too, with impressionable results in science. And for me, someone that loves to read history about "aliens" (angel and demons), "antigravity" (Jesus walk on water), "cold-plasma-technology" (burning bush of Moses), "transmutation" (water in vine), "star wars" (fallen angels in book Revelation), ... this is the right book for me!
Title: RE: the bible and science/EU/aliens etc
Post by: electrobleme on February 10, 2010, 03:33:22
one good thing about the DNA phantom effect is that wikipedia has deleted it as a Fringe subject so its likely to be going in the right direction, might be important and could change the status quo.

Like all books that the governments tried to burn (for example the books from Wilhelm Reich) or articles that becomes censured by Wikipedia's skeptic agents, this kind of stuff is really worth to read.
I read the Bible daily, because it survived 2000 years of intense persecution and I found in the Holy Scriptures so many hints for the better understanding of the universe and the nature of human mind and society. Nikola Tesla and Sir Isaac Newton read it too, with impressionable results in science. And for me, someone that loves to read history about "aliens" (angel and demons), "antigravity" (Jesus walk on water), "cold-plasma-technology" (burning bush of Moses), "transmutation" (water in vine), "star wars" (fallen angels in book Revelation), ... this is the right book for me!

interesting throughts there peter about the bible and all the science stuff of antigravity, cold plasma technology. very slowly working my way through the bible but hope to cover most of the interesting possible EU/science related stuff eventually. would you be able to expand on these ideas in the "Electric Universe Bible (http://www.everythingselectric.com/forum/index.php?topic=197.0)" topic?
Title: Entangled (synchronised) mechanical oscillators (ions)
Post by: electrobleme on February 10, 2010, 03:37:27

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Quantum Strangeness Leaks Into the Big World

If the rules of the tiny quantum world applied to ordinary objects, all sorts of strange things could happen: An object like a car or a person might be in two places at once, or two clocks could “entangle,” moving in synchrony as if they were physically conjoined even when miles apart. In June researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) reported on their effort to see how far quantum behavior can be extended into the everyday realm.

First they coaxed a pair of beryllium ions to entangle, such that their physical properties remained bound together even when they were far apart. To do this, the scientists flashed lasers at a frequency that encouraged the ions to adopt complementary spin. Next the team split up the beryllium duo so that each was now matched with a magnesium ion, and those new pairs were moved to separate areas. The heavier magnesium ions helped cool and slow down the beryllium ions. Now the researchers could use lasers to transfer the entangled state of the beryllium ions to the motion of the new beryllium-magnesium pairs. Those pairs began to form two separate oscillating systems, analogous to a swinging pendulum or a vibrating weight on a spring. “We were motivated by pure curiosity to look at mechanical oscillators; no one had ever entangled them before,” says David Hanneke, a member of the NIST team.

The experiment [abstract shown below]will help scientists explore why small objects follow the weird rules of quantum mechanics but large ones do not—one of the greatest enigmas in physics. In this case, sets of oscillating ions can be made to act as if they are connected, even though equivalent human-scale objects, like pendulums and springs, “certainly don’t behave in this entangled way,” Hanneke says. “So where does the breakdown happen? It’s somewhere between four ions and a pendulum clock.”
Quantum Strangeness Leaks Into the Big World | discovermagazine.com (http://discovermagazine.com/2010/jan-feb/40)


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Entangled mechanical oscillators

Hallmarks of quantum mechanics include superposition and entanglement. In the context of large complex systems, these features should lead to situations as envisaged in the 'Schrödinger's cat'1 thought experiment (where the cat exists in a superposition of alive and dead states entangled with a radioactive nucleus). Such situations are not observed in nature. This may be simply due to our inability to sufficiently isolate the system of interest from the surrounding environment2, 3—a technical limitation. Another possibility is some as-yet-undiscovered mechanism that prevents the formation of macroscopic entangled states4. Such a limitation might depend on the number of elementary constituents in the system5 or on the types of degrees of freedom that are entangled. Tests of the latter possibility have been made with photons, atoms and condensed matter devices6, 7. One system ubiquitous to nature where entanglement has not been previously demonstrated consists of distinct mechanical oscillators. Here we demonstrate deterministic entanglement of separated mechanical oscillators, consisting of the vibrational states of two pairs of atomic ions held in different locations. We also demonstrate entanglement of the internal states of an atomic ion with a distant mechanical oscillator. These results show quantum entanglement in a degree of freedom that pervades the classical world. Such experiments may lead to the generation of entangled states of larger-scale mechanical oscillators8, 9, 10, and offer possibilities for testing non-locality with mesoscopic systems11. In addition, the control developed here is an important ingredient for scaling-up quantum information processing with trapped atomic ions
Entangled mechanical oscillators | nature.com (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v459/n7247/full/nature08006.html)
Title: calcium, energetic neurons and "chaotic brains"
Post by: electrobleme on February 11, 2010, 07:27:40

increase in calcium seems to show that cells are being energised/used. quotes at the bottom about calcium from wikipedia. appropriate that in an Electric Universe it is so abundant in humans, the Earth (Gaia) and stars. i also like the idea that calcium tastes so different to each human, perhaps this reflects each persons own field or conductivity in the EU or something like that?

of course the main point about brains not being so rigid/mapped as assumed is also great! another standard idea bites the space dust.


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Seeing the Brain Hear Reveals Surprises About How Sound Is Processed

New research shows our brains are a lot more chaotic than previously thought, and that this might be a good thing. Neurobiologists at the University of Maryland have discovered information about how the brain processes sound that challenges previous understandings of the auditory cortex that suggested an organization based on precise neuronal maps. In the first study of the auditory cortex conducted using advanced imaging techniques, Patrick Kanold, Assistant Professor of Biology, Shihab Shamma, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Sharba Bandyopadhyay, post-doctoral

"The organization of the cortex does not look as pretty as it does in the textbooks," says Dr. Kanold. "Things are a lot messier than expected." Images above: The left shows thousands of dye-loaded cells in the mouse auditory cortex over a large area. The right shows the preferred frequency of many cells, and shows that neighboring cells can have dramatically different frequency preference.

associate, describe a much more complex picture of neuronal activity. Their findings are published in the January 31 online edition of Nature Neuroscience.

All our knowledge of how the brain really works has been based on taking a small sampling of all available neurons and making inferences about how the other neurons respond, Dr. Kanold explains. "This is like showing someone who wants to know how America looks, 'Here is one person from New York City and one person from California.' You don't get a very good picture of what the country looks like from that sampling," says Kanold, originally from Germany.

In contrast, Kanold and colleagues were able to look at the activity of all the neurons in a large region of the auditory cortex simultaneously. To get the highest resolution picture to date of how auditory cortex neurons are organized, the researchers used a technique to fill neurons in living mice with a dye that glows brightly when calcium levels rise, a key signal that neurons are firing. They then selectively illuminated specific regions of the cortex with a laser and measured the neuronal activity of hundreds of neurons in response to stimulation by simple tones of different frequencies.

This "in vivo 2-photon calcium imaging" technique was developed by German researchers and advanced by Harvard scientists who used it to study the visual cortex in the mid-2000s. Kanold's study is the first to apply this technique to the auditory cortex and provides an unprecedented amount of detail about how hearing happens. Dr. Andrew King, Professor of Neurophysiology at the University of Oxford, explains that "The functional organization of the auditory cortex has remained unclear and a matter of some controversy, despite the efforts of many labs over a number of years. The approach used by Dr. Kanold and colleagues is an important advance in this field."

"We discovered that the organization of the cortex does not look as pretty as it does in the textbooks, which surprised us," explains Kanold. "Things are a lot messier than expected." And we don't see evidence of the maps previously proposed using less precise techniques." But the disorder they found could indicate that the brain is far more adaptable than previously thought. "These results may rewrite our classical views of how cortical circuits are organized and what functions they serve," suggests Dr. Shihab Shamma, whose previous research has involved mapping responses in the auditory cortex using traditional microelectrodes.

By using different dyes, this study measured differences in how the neurons receive sound information (the inputs), and how they process that sound (the outputs). It was previously assumed that neighboring neurons receiving the same inputs would also produce the same outputs, but Kanold's research found something very different. "Neighboring neurons do their own thing by creating different outputs," Kanold explains. "You can imagine that you and your neighbor both receive water to your houses from the same pipe, but you do different things with it -- you might cook with it while your neighbor waters the lawn. You can't assume that they are doing the same thing just because they are neighbors."

This is the first time that this level of individuality has been observed in neighboring neurons. Dr. Kanold, who is an expert in neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to reorganize neural pathways, believes that there is a tremendous advantage in this apparent disorder. "Each individual neuron is getting inputs from a wide range of frequencies, and by selecting which frequencies they are strongly responding to, they might be very easily able to shift their function," he says. For example, it is well known that we can quickly listen in on a variety of conversations around us, the so-called "cocktail party effect." It may be that neurons having access to a large range of inputs might be able to quickly change which inputs they are responding to.

This suggests that there is very little redundancy in the function of cells in the auditory cortex, which differs notably from the visual cortex, in which neighboring neurons perform the same function as one another. This could be because our acoustic environment, such as the speech we hear, changes much faster than our visual environment, so we have to constantly adapt to new situations.

Kanold continues to study the mechanisms of brain circuitry involved in early development to gain a better understanding of why we can learn so well in early development but lose some of this ability as we age. For example, why can children easily learn new languages, while adults often struggle? Kanold's work has been focusing on identifying circuits in the young brain that mediate this remarkable ability. He is also working to apply his knowledge of developmental brain circuitry to the prevention and treatment of diseases such as cerebral palsy and epilepsy, which can be caused by early brain injuries. With his collaborator Shihab Shamma, who is studying mechanisms of adult plasticity and hearing, he is exploring how brain circuitry and learning changes over time.

Seeing the Brain Hear Reveals Surprises About How Sound Is Processed (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/02/100201093037.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily+%28ScienceDaily%3A+Latest+Science+News%29)






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Calcium
Calcium is a soft gray alkaline earth metal, and is the fifth most abundant element by mass in the Earth's crust. Calcium is also the fifth most abundant dissolved ion in seawater by both molarity and mass, after sodium, chloride, magnesium, and sulfate.

Calcium is essential for living organisms, particularly in cell physiology, where movement of the calcium ion Ca2+ into and out of the cytoplasm functions as a signal for many cellular processes. As a major material used in mineralization of bones and shells, calcium is the most abundant metal by mass in many animals.


Notable characteristics
Calcium has a higher resistivity than copper or aluminium. Yet, weight for weight, allowing for its much lower density, it is a rather better conductor than either. However, its use in terrestrial applications is usually limited by its high reactivity with air.


Many calcium salts are not soluble in water. When in solution, the calcium ion to the human taste varies remarkably, being reported as mildly salty, sour, "mineral like" or even "soothing." It is apparent that many animals can taste, or develop a taste, for calcium, and use this sense to detect the mineral in salt licks or other sources.


Calcium is the fifth most abundant element by mass in the human body, where it is a common cellular ionic messenger with many functions, and serves also as a structural element in bone. It is the relatively high atomic-numbered calcium in the skeleton which causes bone to be radio-opaque. Of the human body's solid components after drying (as for example, after cremation), about a third of the total mass is the approximately one kilogram of calcium which composes the average skeleton (the remainder being mostly phosphorus and oxygen).


Occurrence
Calcium is not naturally found in its elemental state. Calcium occurs most commonly in sedimentary rocks in the minerals calcite, dolomite and gypsum. It also occurs in igneous and metamorphic rocks chiefly in the silicate minerals: plagioclase, amphiboles, pyroxenes and garnets.


H and K lines
In the visible portion of the spectrum of many stars, including the Sun, strong absorption lines of singly-ionized calcium are shown. Prominent among these are the H-line at 3968.5 Å and the K line at 3933.7 Å of singly-ionized calcium, or Ca II. For the Sun and stars with low temperatures, the prominence of the H and K lines can be an indication of strong magnetic activity in the chromosphere.
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on February 11, 2010, 14:01:07
I actually have a calcium intake at about half the RDA( recommended daily allowance ). Calcium very much determines the acidity of blood, along with CO2. But CO2 is controlled by the breathing rate, which can be too fast which produces low CO2 and alkaline conditions. To correct for this the calcium is lowered and the calcium is excreted and hair and nail calcium increases greatly. Now I also consider that calcium is shunted into cells under these conditions of low CO2. Cells commit suicide by uptaking calcium, and too much calcium entering cells impairs the functioning of these cells. The increase in calcium that the cells get after being energised must be pumped out of these cells to reset them.

Therefore if a person with breathing that is too fast and has low CO2, ingesting too much calcium could cause some cells to misfunction. The body reduces calcium absorption through the intestinal wall in these circumstances, but this is quite likely to impair absorption of other nutrients as well. Calcium is a key component of cement ( hint hint ). This lowered calcium intake has shown to be safe for adults, but obviously growing bones need calcium.

A lot of people have diets that produce bacteria that secretes acids and extra calcium balances the acidity of the blood, but the high calcium could impair some cells, and this might be a cause of aging diseases. So for these people changing their diets and at the same time reducing calcium intake could be beneficial.
Mo
Title: "Akashic Records" summary paragraph
Post by: electrobleme on March 23, 2010, 06:34:17
What would happen inside you, in your heart, if someone tells you that your thoughts, your mind, your consciousness is nothing else then a electromagnetic wave and that there is no such thing like a individuality, that all is ONE wave and when we die the wave dissolves, but the memory of it is stored and can be resurrected. And that your private thoughts are not so private, because they are shared in a collective consciousness, affecting the thoughts and feelings of others and you are also affected by the thoughts and feelings of others and that you need to take responsibility for every of your thought like you take responsibility for the environment!?

great summary paragraph from another thread that i had to copy here :)
Title: Accessing the "hall of records"
Post by: electrobleme on March 24, 2010, 04:01:38


Accessing the "hall of records"

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To get to the Hall of Records, Cayce would put himself into the trance state he used for readings.  Quickly he'd experience himself like a dot of light out of his body, and be almost overwhelmed by an immense sense of loneliness as he, now identified as that dot of light, shot forward through worlds of darkness, and suffering before finally entering lighter worlds in which there were houses and trees.  From there he continued up into the hall of records, this place with no walls, a place with no place.
       
An old man would come to greet him and direct him to the information about the person for whom he was giving the reading. Cayce was shown a book, he said, because humans expect knowledge to come in this garb.  He could have easily been shown a beam of light.  This reminds me of the Kabbalistic concept which states that the Bible was really an energetic blueprint that was put into the garment of a book because we live in a world of garments, and physical matter is what we "understand."


....As Mr. Todeschi states, "The Akashic Records are the impulse that draws to us exactly what we need, exactly when we need it.  They are the force that brings individuals together to learn from one another.  They are the tool which enables individuals to meet themselves and become the best they can be."


...Cayce consistently recommended prayer and meditation, and in this instance encouraged us to use those tools not only to develop greater serenity but also to become more in synch with the higher vibrations on which the records are stored.
Review of the book "Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records by Kevin Todeschi" (http://www.intuitive-connections.net/2002/book-akashic.htm)


I really like this line that explains why people may be energised by religions and beliefs and perhaps the EU Theory?

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This reminds me of the Kabbalistic concept which states that the Bible was really an energetic blueprint that was put into the garment of a book because we live in a world of garments, and physical matter is what we "understand."
Review of the book "Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records by Kevin Todeschi" (http://www.intuitive-connections.net/2002/book-akashic.htm)
Title: Light in human consciousness
Post by: electrobleme on April 28, 2010, 06:12:24


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Light in human consciousness

I mention this latest work for those who may wish to explore the boundaries of photon research and theory. In a ground-breaking paper with the lengthy title of "Orchestrated Objective Reduction of Quantum Coherence in Brain Microtubules: The 'Orch OR' Model for Consciousness" by Stuart Hameroff and Roger Penrose, the brain is described as a quantum computer whose main architecture are the cytoskeletal microtubules and other structures within each of the brain's neurons.

If you examine a neuron, you will see that there are many hollow tubes surrounding the axon. These microtubules have been thought of as a kind of scaffold to support the nerve fiber. But they are now getting a second look as the possible architecture of our consciousness.

The particular characteristics of microtubules that make them suitable for quantum effects include their crystal-like lattice structure, hollow inner core, organization of cell function and capacity for information processing. According to the researchers, their size appears perfectly designed to transmit photons in the UV range.

(http://www.viewzone2.com/dna-mtps.gif)

[Above:] Schematic of central region of neuron (distal axon and dendrites not shown), showing parallel arrayed microtubules interconnected by MAPs. Microtubules in axons are lengthy and continuous, whereas in dendrites they are interrupted and of mixed polarity. Linking proteins connect microtubules to membrane proteins including receptors on dendritic spines.

    "Traditionally viewed as the cell's 'bone-like' scaffolding, microtubules and other cytoskeletal structures now appear to fill communicative and information processing roles. Theoretical models suggest how conformational states of tubulins within microtubule lattices can interact with neighboring tubulins to represent, propagate and process information as in molecular-level 'cellular automata' computing systems." -- Hameroff and Watt, 1982; Rasmussen et al, 1990; Hameroff et al, 1992

In their paper, Hameroff and Penrose present a model linking microtubules to consciousness using quantum theory. In their model, quantum coherence emerges, and is isolated in brain microtubules until a threshold related to quantum gravity is reached. The resultant self-collapse creates an instantaneous "now" event. Sequences of such events create a flow of time, and consciousness.

Don't worry if you can't understand this. It's heavy reading but it does show that the existence of internal photons -- inner light -- is very real and is the basis of virtually all human cellular and systemic function.

Could the Russian scientists really have changed a salamander embryo into a frog with lasers? I prefer to wait until the actual details of the experiment are published and reviewed -- but I am much less apt to dismiss this as fiction now that I know about our inner lights.

Is DNA the next internet? Are humans really beings of light? (http://mondovista.com/dnax.html)


original full article Is DNA the next internet? Are humans really beings of light? (http://mondovista.com/dnax.html)
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: peter on April 28, 2010, 19:46:20
Intuition and the Quantum Nose
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“Our sense of smell could rely on the tunnelling of electrons within “receptors” in our noses, claim physicists in the UK. Marshall Stoneham and colleagues at University College London have performed calculations that suggest our noses detect odour by converting molecular vibrations into an electrical current — in addition to recognizing the shapes of odour molecules.

Now, the UCL researchers have calculated that electron tunnelling could provide the link between smell and molecular vibrations. Their work builds on a theory first proposed in 1996 by Luca Turin, who was then at UCL. Turin suggested that a receptor acts like an electrical switch that allows a current to flow when bound to a molecule with specific vibration properties. He also suggested that the switching mechanism is electron tunnelling, which is a purely quantum effect that is known to be affected by vibrations in a process called phonon-assisted tunnelling.”
Source: Physicsworld.com – The quantum nose http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/26691 (http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/26691)

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Conclusion
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A good intuition or “to have a good nose” could also mean to that humans or animals use the above described well know phenomenas in quantum physics, like quantum tunneling, quantum entanglement, non-locality and the appearance of the virtual particles, to “smell” things from a very distant location. Intuition is not knowing, but a subconscious process to achieve information that goes beyond the normal “materialistic” five senses.

There is no contradiction to the mainstream science. As you can see, I have only quoted well known sources of mainstream science. But why do so many mainstream scientist ignores the facts? Well, scientists are only humans. And to be a scientist doesn’t mean to be open minded and very talented in assembling all pieces of the puzzle.
Source: http://www.hydrogen2oxygen.net/intuition-and-the-quantum-nose/ (http://www.hydrogen2oxygen.net/intuition-and-the-quantum-nose/)
Title: sudden changes in neuron networks
Post by: electrobleme on May 17, 2010, 02:39:47

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Eureka! Neural evidence for sudden insight

A recent study provides intriguing information about the neural dynamics underlying behavioral changes associated with the development of new problem solving strategies. The research, published by the Cell Press in the May 13 issue of the journal Neuron, supports the idea of "a-ha" moments in the brain that are associated with sudden insight.

Our daily lives are filled with changes that force us to abandon old behavioral strategies that are no longer advantageous and develop new, more appropriate responses. While it is clear that new rules are often deduced through trial-and-error learning, the neural dynamics that underlie the change from a familiar to a novel rule are not well understood.

"The ability of animals and humans to infer and apply new rules in order to maximize reward relies critically on the frontal lobes," explains one of the researchers who led the study, Dr. Jeremy K. Seamans from the Brain Research Centre at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute. "In our study, we examined how groups of frontal cortex neurons in rat brains switch from encoding a familiar rule to a completely novel rule that could only be deduced through trial and error."

Specifically, Dr. Seamans with colleagues from UBC and collaborator Dr. Daniel Durstewitz from the Central Institute of Mental Health in Germany were interested in determining whether networks of neurons change their activity in a slow gradual way as an old strategy is abandoned and a new one is learned or whether there is a more abrupt transition.

Using sophisticated statistical techniques to study ensembles of neurons in the medial frontal cortex on a trial-by-trial basis as rats deduced a novel rule in a specially designed task, they found that the same populations of neurons formed unique network states that corresponded to familiar and novel rules. Interestingly, although it took many trials for the animals to figure out the new rule, the recorded ensembles did not change gradually but instead exhibited a rather abrupt transition to a new pattern that corresponded directly to the shift in behavior, as if the network had experienced an "a-ha" moment.

Taken together, these findings provide concrete support for sudden transitions between neural states rather than slow, gradual changes. "In the present problem solving context where the animal had to infer a new rule by accumulating evidence through trial and error, such sudden neural and behavioral transitions may correspond to moments of 'sudden insight,'" concludes Dr. Durstewitz.
Eureka! Neural evidence for sudden insight (http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/5OsDL8/www.physorg.com/news192883115.html)

Title: are you the centre of your universe?
Post by: electrobleme on June 06, 2010, 17:07:56

a few months ago i had a vision and a knowing of what i had to do. it was not something that i normally do but it was within the sphere of my normal life. the event was not anything bad or even that great but it has left me puzzled and confused as to what/how/why happened


i had to do a certain action a number of times over a few months knowing that the real reason i was doing it was not for these occasions but so i could do the same action in the future and in a different location. i "knew" the other location and the circumstances that would precede it that evening. when the day came for the vision to be complete i knew it was that day and that the actions of everyone that day would somehow come together. they did.

what i am struggling to understand here is the issue of fate/destiny/knowledge/influence etc. or was it a self fulfilling prophecy? but how could that be when it occurred over months?

during those months an infinity of infinity of infinity events could have occurred to every single humans, to the earth itself or the electric universe. any single event in the universe could have changed the course of someone else who could have affected me. yet it did not matter what anyone else did because it was going to happen.

or was it because of those infinity things that others did that led me to that moment? was it my destiny or was it the destiny of the universe that was leading to that one moment in time?

was i a virtually nothing in it, a tiny part of the circuit board? but then again computers run on nothings and ones and even a nothing is as important as a one to computers

even when everything happened on the day (stuff that i would not want to happen but had to happen which was worse because i knew it but still had to go through it) i still had a choice. i had a couple of minutes where i knew this was the moment. this was it. i could either do what i knew i had to do or not do it. i still had that choice as it was not a reaction thing. i deliberately had to go and repeat the action but in this specific location/time.

was it the universe deciding that at that moment in time everyone on earth would be doing a certain thing and this was my part in it? had the akashic records given the universe the data it needed for that moment or actually before that so it happened?

what would have happened had i not done it? or was i always going to do it and that is why all the stuff before happened?

Title: DejaVu
Post by: peter on June 07, 2010, 01:00:21
what would have happened had i not done it? or was i always going to do it and that is why all the stuff before happened?

This remembers me the DejaVu phenomenon. Something happen and you can clearly foretell what will happen in the next few MINUTES and you know you can avoid the event if you decide it so. Sometimes I let it flow, but a few time I has decided to oppose me to the event ... with a catastrophic outcome ... all things becomes worse and it is like you has interrupted a important cycle. It seems that we has not a free will for the moment but for the (long distant) future. Perhaps our will is evaluated by the collective consciousness ... and then we can act after we receive the "ok".

I know to big opposites, two worlds, two realities, ... one is doing the own will, that of the Ego, of the beast, of the entropy ... the other is doing the will of the divine Father in Heaven (Matthew 6:9-13).

When such a atmosphere builds up, I ask myself why!? Why is this moment so strange? Are angels tuning the matrix? Or demons? Or are both in a battle in a spiritual realm and we can only perceive that "something" is going on? (Daniel chapter 10)
Title: Paul the octopus, animals and the Akashic Records
Post by: electrobleme on July 13, 2010, 00:36:31


Paul the octopus, animals and the Akashic Records


(http://www.everythingselectric.com/images/eie/Akashic-Records-Paul-the-octopus-animals.jpg)
Paul the octopus, animals and the Akashic Records


How was Paul the octopus able to predict the World Cup matches and winner correctly?

did Paul the octopus have access to the Akashic Records or was it just luck of 1 in 128? Do animals have access to the Akashic Records? Is it actually an insult to animals to think that they do not have acesss to the Akashic Records, basically saying they are not a connected part of the Electric Universe?

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What are the chances Paul the octopus is right?

Germany's oracle octopus, Paul, has become a worldwide celebrity for his apparent ability to accurately predict the outcome of football matches.

Paul has correctly forecast the result of six of Germany's World Cup games, and has now plumped for Spain to take the title.

So just how extraordinary is this cephalopod?

Paul is a common octopus, which is considered the most intelligent of all invertebrates.

In experiments it has seemingly distinguished the brightness, size and shape of different objects.

But mathematicians point out that his run of predictions is not that extraordinary.

As Paul was predicting two possible outcomes (win or lose, and not a draw), he had a 1/64 chance of predicting six correct outcomes - a 1/2 chance of predicting the first game correctly, then a 1/4 chance of predicting the first two games, a 1/8 chance of predicting all the first three games, and so on.

The chances of him correctly predicting seven games, up to the final, is 1/128.
'Spooky'

Chris Budd, professor of applied mathematics at the University of Bath, says that even highly experienced people find it difficult to predict the outcome of a football game, and compares Paul's feat of "prophecy" to the tossing of a coin.

"If you toss a coin and it comes down heads six times, that is unlikely," he says. "However it is not as unlikely as predicting which numbers will win the [UK] lottery, which is 1/14 million."

"Mathematics can be spooky in the way it can appear to predict things," he says.

"You can use mathematics to predict things in the future. When I get on an aeroplane, for example, I know I am not going to fall out of the sky because mathematics has predicted the plane will not do that. But that doesn't mean I'm psychic."

David Spiegelharter, the Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk at Cambridge University is not convinced either that Paul's predictions are that remarkable.

The octopus's run of correct predictions is all down to luck, he says.

Using the coin analogy, he says that if someone flips a coin and gets the same result nine or 10 times, it is not remarkable in itself, but it will seem remarkable to the person flipping the coin.
Hole-in-one

It is all down to our skewed perception of chance.

"Our perception about how chance happens is not very good, it is not part of our human characteristics," Prof Spiegelharter says.

"The mathematics of chance have only really developed in the past 100 years or so," he points out.

He says it is important to think about all the other animals that have attempted but failed to predict the outcome of football matches.

"It's like seeing footage of a golfer getting a hole-in-one," he says. "We're not seeing the millions of times the golfer made the shot and it didn't go in."

"What would be different would be if the golfer said it would happen in advance."

So the publicity surrounding Paul's latest prediction is an opportunity for greater scrutiny of his powers.

Nick Weinberg, a spokesman for Ladbrokes in the UK, said that there was evidence of people betting small sums based on the octopus's predictions.

"People are coming in and saying they are waiting for his predictions, and betting £5 or £10 ($7-$15)," he says.

However, it remains to be seen whether Paul's selection will influence the odds on who will ultimately take home the World Cup.

As the world digested Paul's prediction Spain were indeed the bookmakers' favourites - exactly as they have been throughout the tournament.
What are the chances Paul the octopus is right? | bbc.co.uk (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/europe/10567712.stm)

Title: zombie fungus connecting to the Akashic Records?
Post by: electrobleme on August 20, 2010, 20:46:21
zombie fungus connecting to the Akashic Records?


(http://www.everythingiselectric.com/images/carpenter-ant-parasitic-fungus-Ophiocordyceps-unilateralis.jpg)
carpenter ants and the zombie parasitic fungus Ophiocordyceps unilateralis


Is this one of the most important new reports of the year? if this is true then it is utterly amazing and basically unexplainable in a normal gravity universe. how can a fungus connect and control an ants brain/body? how can it have evolved this ability? the odds on evolution creating this bodysnatcher ant must be virtually infinite.

then when it has somehow connected and got control of the ant how does the zombbie fungus know where to go? does the zombie fungus feel where it needs to go and be or does it see and feel through the ants body/senses?.

(http://www.everythingiselectric.com/images/camponotus-pennsylvanicus-black-carpenter-ant.jpg)
camponotus pennsylvanicus (black carpenter ant)


is the fungus alive and an intelligent lifeform? if it is an intelligent lifeform then how/where is its "brain" or processing unit, its senses etc?

is the fungus connecting to the Akashic Records in an Electric Universe and that is how it knows what to do? or is the ant connecting to the Akashic Records and the fungus gets access through the ant?

more evidence for the Electric Universe Gaia?


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Zombie Ants Controlled by Fungus

In a bizarre parasitic death sentence, a fungus turns carpenter ants into the walking dead and gets them to die in a spot that's perfect for the fungus to grow and reproduce.

Scientists have no clue how the fungus takes control of the brains of ants so effectively. But a new study in the September issue of the American Naturalist reveals an incredible set of strategies that ensue.

The carpenter ants nest high in the canopy of a forest in Thailand, and they trek to the forest floor to forage. The fungus, Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, prefers to end up on the undersides leaves sprouting from the northwest side of plants that grow on the forest floor, the new study showed. That's where temperature, humidity and sunlight are ideal for the fungus to grow and reproduce and infect more ants.

Once infected by the fungus, an ant is compelled to climb down from the canopy to the low leaves, where it clamps down with its mandibles just before it dies.

"The fungus accurately manipulates the infected ants into dying where the parasite prefers to be, by making the ants travel a long way during the last hours of their lives," said study leader David P. Hughes of Harvard University.

After the ant dies, the fungus continues to grow inside it. By dissecting victims, Hughes and colleagues found that the parasite converts the ant's innards into sugars that help the fungus grow. But it leaves the muscles controlling the mandibles intact to make sure the ant keeps its death grip on the leaf.

The fungus also preserves the ant's outer shell, growing into cracks and crevices to reinforce weak spots, thereby fashioning a protective coating that keeps microbes and other fungi out.

"The fungus has evolved a suite of novel strategies to retain possession of its precious resource," Hughes said.

After a week or two, spores from the fungus fall to the forest floor, where other ants can be infected.

Making nests in the forest canopy might be an evolved ant strategy to avoid infection, Hughes figures. The ants also seem to avoid foraging under infected areas. This too might be an adaptive strategy to avoid infection, but more study is needed to confirm it, he said.

How the fungus controls ant behavior remains unknown. "That is another research area we are actively pursuing right now," Hughes said.
Zombie Ants Controlled by Fungus | livescience.com (http://www.livescience.com/animals/090812-ant-fungus.html)


(http://www.everythingiselectric.com/images/zombie-ants-fungus-Ophiocordyceps-unilateralis.jpg)
zombie ants controlled by the zombie fungus Ophiocordyceps unilateralis


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Death-Grip Fungus Made Me Do It

Ants attacked by specialist spores bite low-hanging leaves before dying

The line between fungus biology and late-night television just got blurrier.

A fungus that attacks living ants apparently manipulates their behavior for its own benefit, an international research team reports in the September American Naturalist.

When the Ophiocordyceps unilateralis fungus strikes, an infected ant climbs to a leaf not far off the ground (often on the north-northwest side of a tree), bites in and dies with jaws locked in place. Experiments now show that these low-hanging leaves give the fungus prime conditions for growing a spore-bearing spike out of the ant's neck, says study coauthor David Hughes of Harvard University.

"Demonstrating that a change in host behavior benefits parasite fitness is not easy and is rarely done," says Shelley Adamo of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, who also has studied manipulative parasites. And she welcomes this paper because it does show that the fungus benefits from its host's weird death.

"For me, it is a convincing evidence of manipulation," says parasitism researcher Frédéric Thomas of the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement in Montpellier, France.

As far back as the 1920s, biologists had proposed that Ophiocordyceps infections turned ants into tree biters that latched on to leaves, twigs or the bark depending on which fungal species attacked. The possibility of fungal influence on the sick ant "was just crying out to be looked at," Hughes says.

Hughes and colleagues from Denmark and Thailand studied O. unilateralis's effects on ants in a Thai forest. They found natural graveyards of dead ants, belonging to the species thought to be the fungus's main host, clamped onto leaves not far above the ground, typically just some 25 centimeters up. This first meter above the forest floor has more fungus-friendly humidity than the zones of the tree five meters and higher, the researchers report.

Selecting dead ants at an early stage of infection, the researchers moved some of the carcasses onto the forest floor and moved others high into the canopy. The fungus in ants that were relocated to the leaf litter didn't fare well, soon disappearing. Some foragers presumably ate them, or rain just swept them away. The high canopy didn't suit the fungus either. Dissections of ant corpses that were moved up there revealed deformed fungal growth that didn't produce spores.

Leaves near the tree base proved just right, though. A fibrous fungal spike grew out of the necks of ants there and bore a segmented, red-orange lump that Hughes compares to a lopsided pineapple.

Forming that lumpy body allows the fungus to reproduce - a clear benefit, Adamo says. But she adds, "The much harder question is whether the fungus is 'manipulating' its host." The suggestion seems reasonable in this case, she says, but notes that a colony-dweller might leave the nest when dying from a potentially contagious infection without necessarily falling under the direct control of the parasite. "I might have added a further test to the paper to see whether ants injected with heat-killed fungi, combined with a slow acting pesticide, would show the same behavior," she says.

"One thing I really like about this study is that it is largely field-based," says tropical arthropod ecologist Steve Yanoviak of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. "It is easy," he says, "for someone, even a tropical field biologist, sitting in an armchair to forget that data collection in a study like this likely involved long hours in hot, humid conditions, constantly fighting the urge to itch yesterday's bites while under attack from yet more bloodsuckers."
Death-Grip Fungus Made Me Do It | sott.net (http://www.sott.net/articles/show/190755-Death-Grip-Fungus-Made-Me-Do-It)

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on August 21, 2010, 13:14:19
Didn't someone produce a strange tree by combining the fields of oranges and apples, or some such. Whether there is a field or not, it is consciousness that is controlling the ant and the fungus. Consciousness presumably affects the DNA via vibration or maybe by electricity. Also the brain centre where nerve electrical impulses induce consciousness, could well be the place where consciousness produces nerve impulses that direct the movement of the ant. So that the consciousness of the fungus grows as the fungus grows over the ant until the consciousness of the fungus controls this centre in the brain of the ant.

Great article too !  There is so much to think about the ramifications of this. Decisions are made by consciousness, or rather bodily action is produced by consciousness. Consciousness is separate to the body, but somehow attached to it. So what action is produced by the brain, and what is produced by consciousness.
Mo
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Record
Post by: Jackson Holly on August 21, 2010, 22:01:03

The term and notion of 'Akashic Record' is a little too 'scriptural' for my taste, though I guess it is as good a framework to use for talking about these concepts as any other. I am definitely 'tuned in' to the Intelligent Universe and the likelihood that the 'software' for life and eventual consciousness is intrinsic. I see the 'instruction manual' as being there for the taking, so to speak ... and I like the radio wave analogy.

It seems to me that nascent life, let's say 'startup', is coded automatically through the 'ether' whenever there is promising environment/elements to support consciousness. As each successive 'benchmark' is reached in the evolution ... let's say creavolution ... the DNA/software is 'updated'. New systems and species are introduced in the long march to consciousness. Of course, the millions/billions of years have no meaning in an infinite universe.

Some recent reading:

The Planetary Mind
~ Arnie A.  Wyller
http://www.amazon.com/Planetary-Mind-Arne-Wyller/dp/1878448641 (http://www.amazon.com/Planetary-Mind-Arne-Wyller/dp/1878448641)

Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
~ Michael J. Behe
http://www.amazon.com/Darwins-Black-Box-Biochemical-Challenge/dp/0684834936 (http://www.amazon.com/Darwins-Black-Box-Biochemical-Challenge/dp/0684834936)

The Intelligent Universe ~ Fred Hoyle
http://www.amazon.com/Intelligent-Universe-Fred-Hoyle/dp/0030700833 (http://www.amazon.com/Intelligent-Universe-Fred-Hoyle/dp/0030700833)

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zombie fungus connecting to the Akashic Records?


This is amazing! And it fits well with another notion concerning fungus and consciousness ... yes THE fungus! After all, as I remember, the Amanita is or can be the world's largest living entity ... the mycelium spreading for miles, sometimes affecting an entire forest of 'host' trees.

Of course, the Amanita is joined by any number of other 'entheogenic' species that seem somehow to communicate godhood / intelligent universe to emerging consciousness.

Interesting read:

The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge
~ Jeremy Narby
http://www.amazon.com/Cosmic-Serpent-DNA-Origins-Knowledge/dp/0874779642 (http://www.amazon.com/Cosmic-Serpent-DNA-Origins-Knowledge/dp/0874779642)

Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Glitch on August 22, 2010, 09:49:05
Well who knows the full extent of what is controlling humans :o? Do viruses and bacteria control our physical and psychological states for their own purposes? If positive emotions boost the immune system and negative emotions like anger and fear shut down the immune system then we may ask,

"What do these micro-organisms have to gain by our "unhappiness" :'(?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on August 22, 2010, 16:26:54
I had a very powerfull download yesterday.
It had to do with the pattern of roses.
I suddenly realised how the planet , and all other celestial bodies will circulate about a central point relative to themselves in figure of eight pathways.
This will mean that as this planet nears that central point(alpha and omega) it will encounter the information field of it's previous self.
I think this may be what the so called niburu may be?
I do not consider that the planet is anything else other than a vast collection of memory, and that it constantly switchs position , it is not a seperate body of mass in an empty vacuum, but an electrically driven memory that exists constantly in all of what we term as TIME.
Those figure of eight pathways will be influenced by other such field patterns and thus will always clip off into another figure of eight each 26,000 year cycle around the centre point, possibly each 13,000 years, they thus will form a rose pattern over vast eons.
As the fields encounter each other in near by switchings , they may merge information thus morphing the resultant two passing time zones of the planet.
kevin
Title: fungus controls ants - do fungus/viruses /diseases control humans?
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 01:25:18

i am still trying to get my head around that this actually happens let alone the implications of the ideas/thoughts that people have given so far. thanks for those, its all mind melting stuff.

just wondering if there is anyway that the invasive fungus controlling the carpenter ants gives precise evidence for the ideas above and that can also be shown in other life forms.

would the fungus Ophiocordyceps unilateralis be able to control other animals, in different parts of the world, only now or in the ancient past?

and as Glitch has said what do we now have to reconsider about viruses/bacteria/fungus/diseases and life forms?

can it also be expanded to chemicals? do people do silly or violent things on alcohol because it liberates them or because the chemical changes the brain and they know will do what the chemical wants/instructs them to do?

is this the same with hallucinogenics? does it not change our bodies in the way that we think but downloads a new program into our body/brain/consciousness or gives us a new app/mod that is the master program for a short while.

when people are so affected/changed by a drug experience and you say that they never came down or came back what has happened? a new consciousness/frequency/program or accessing different Akashic Records or etc ...z

Title: past and present morphing into one
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 05:56:48
I had a very powerfull download yesterday.
It had to do with the pattern of roses.
I suddenly realised how the planet , and all other celestial bodies will circulate about a central point relative to themselves in figure of eight pathways.
This will mean that as this planet nears that central point(alpha and omega) it will encounter the information field of it's previous self.
I think this may be what the so called niburu may be?
I do not consider that the planet is anything else other than a vast collection of memory, and that it constantly switchs position , it is not a seperate body of mass in an empty vacuum, but an electrically driven memory that exists constantly in all of what we term as TIME.
Those figure of eight pathways will be influenced by other such field patterns and thus will always clip off into another figure of eight each 26,000 year cycle around the centre point, possibly each 13,000 years, they thus will form a rose pattern over vast eons.
As the fields encounter each other in near by switchings , they may merge information thus morphing the resultant two passing time zones of the planet.
kevin

would results on humans be things like "past lives", schizophrenia, "spiritual contact" ?

would the planet or parts of it morph back into what they were or a combination of them both, the past and the present? would this be seen in life forms that are similar to other times in the earths history? one geological thing i am trying to investigate and understand is that Malta's first and last limestone stratas are identical, including the microfossils. no if it is them changing into the memory of the energy state before hand that would help to explain what is going on with that.

thinking about the pattern you describe, would it only be as it nears the center point or would the out and in journey go along the lines of previous figures of 8 (although maybe in the opposite direction)?
Title: extra terrestrial invasive species - life and mind changing?
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 06:24:27
extra terrestrial invasive species - life and mind changing? microbes and tiny life forms have been found to survive a long time in space. if viruses/fungus/bacteria reached earth could they have a similar effect on earths life forms as the invasive zombie fungus (http://www.everythingselectric.com/forum/index.php?topic=182.msg1398#msg1398) does on the carpenter ants?

Massive catastrophic events have struck the nearby planets, shown by Mars dust and meteorites still raining down on earth. No matter how you think the catastrophic events occurred, be it massive impact meteorites or Immanuel Velikovsky ideas of interplanetary catastrophes and exchanges, tiny life forms from other planets could and must have reached earth. in the quote below bacteria has survived in space just living in limestone rock.

could invasive species created life or mind changing events? could this explain the physical and mental changes to man? the catastrophe events that sent shock and awe into our ancient ancestors would most likely to be to blame for changes to man but could something smaller also have its effect? the germanic peoples were meant to be a peace loving lot until the last time the sky fell on their heads then they became very warlike.

could these bacteria/fungus/viruses/etc be "normal" on their own original planet but once on earth and its different electromagnetic energy they transformed into something else? got new information/dna/frequency to become something different? or they found life forms that suddenly fitted into their morphic field?



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OU-20 microbes live 553 days outside ISS

Bacteria taken from cliffs at Beer on the South Coast have shown themselves to be hardy space travellers.

The bugs were put on the exterior of the space station to see how they would cope in the hostile conditions that exist above the Earth's atmosphere.

And when scientists inspected the microbes a year and a half later, they found many were still alive.

...This type of research also plays into the popular theory that micro-organisms can somehow be transported between the planets in rocks - in meteorites - to seed life where it does not yet exist.

The Beer microbes were placed on the European Space Agency's (Esa) Technology Exposure Facility, a collection of experimental boxes at the end of the International Space Station's (ISS) Columbus Laboratory.

The bacteria were sent up still sitting on, and in, small chunks of cliff rock.

They would have been exposed to extreme ultraviolet light, cosmic rays, and dramatic shifts in temperature.

All the water in the limestone would also have boiled away into the vacuum of space.

Quite how they managed to come through their 553-day ordeal is now being investigated.


 In fact, they can be completely dried out for years - and then spring back to life as if nothing had happened.

Now researchers have revealed that tardigrades - which usually measure no more than a millimetre in length and live in moss - have withstood the airless extremes of space.
 Beer microbes live 553 days outside ISS | bbc.co.uk (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-11039206)



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Tiny water bears become first creatures to survive in space

They are the toughest animals on the planet - and now scientists have discovered that they can even survive in space.

The tiny creatures, known as tardigrades or water bears ... are virtually indestructible - they will not die even if they are boiled, frozen, squeezed under pressure or desiccated.

A year ago, 3,000 of them were dried out and fired into space to see if they could handle the cosmic rays, a near vacuum and freezing cold.

Amazingly, after ten days, some of them did. They became the first animals to survive exposure in space without protection.

'Our principal finding is that the space vacuum, which entails extreme dehydration, and cosmic radiation were not a problem for water bears,' he said. But admitted that exactly how they survived 'remains a mystery.'

Water bears exist in nearly all ecosystems of the world. What makes them unique is that they can survive repeated dehydration and can lose nearly all the water they have in their bodies.

When dehydrated, they enter into a dormant state in which the body contracts and metabolism ceases. In this death-like dormant state, water bears manage to maintain the structures in their cells until water is available to 'reactivate' them.

In 1998, Japanese scientists subjected the creatures to pressures up to 6,000 greater than our atmosphere. They lived. In tests, they have also survived X-rays and being frozen to just above absolute zero - that's minus 273.15C, the coldest temperature possible.

'No animal has survived open space before,' says developmental biologist Bob Goldstein of the University of North Carolina.

'The finding that animals survived rehydration after days in open space - and then produced viable embryos as well - is really remarkable.'
Tiny water bears become first creatures to survive in space | dailymail.co.uk (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1054351/Tiny-water-bears-creatures-survive-space.html)
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: kevin on August 24, 2010, 14:24:13
Electrobleme,
                  If You look at how the lotus flower is revered in India and south America You will perhaps realise that they too had seen the representation of the patterns?
I saw a rose pattern, and rose petals are different shapes and sizes that all fit together.
Each field will interfere with all other fields, so the suns and the other planets will all interact, there will be multiple times where the information fields of each near each other and subsequently inter mingle.
But the major times will be near central alpha and omega cross overs, imo.

I do not consider anything as a seperate solid, all mass is information based and remembering how it is encoded to be, change the information and thus change the memory?

We are part of the here and now switching planet, We switch exactly as it does, so we view all as only been the here and now, but it all exists at once, thus time travel is easily explained as field frequency modulation.
Simply modulate a local field to that which existed or will exist in past or future, and ping thats where the local field must be, it can't be anywhere else.
The crossing zones will be when that is far easier to achieve, hence WE Yes WE will appear from the stars as such at certain time loops?
WE will know whatever WE know in whatever information field we are part of, and we will jump about to help litterelly ourselves when catastrophic information field alterations result in near exterminations?
Kevin
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Field Theory of Consciousness - CEMI field theorya and the EU
Post by: Glitch on August 25, 2010, 15:02:03



I've read McFadden's thesis...very fascinating indeed. But the brain's electromagnetic field is NOTHING compared to the heart's electromagnetic magnetic field which is 5000 times stronger than that of brain. This is result of HeartMath and neuro-cardiological research who have also researched how heart with intricate neuronal system is also a "brain" with memory etc which they call the heartbrain.

You probably have not thought in these terms before but it is quite possible that "consciousness" and all "subconsciousness" is a product of initial heartbrain activity.  There is much in the expression "we do/know it by heart".






Title: Re: are you the centre of your universe?
Post by: Glitch on August 25, 2010, 15:30:02

a few months ago i had a vision and a knowing of what i had to do. it was not something that i normally do but it was within the sphere of my normal life. the event was not anything bad or even that great but it has left me puzzled and confused as to what/how/why happened.......what i am struggling to understand here is the issue of fate/destiny/knowledge/influence etc. or was it a self fulfilling prophecy? but how could that be when it occurred over months?

Maybe those little micro-beasties are running the show here ::) and putting the ideas in your head.

It reminds me of syncronicity - another fascinating force which brings things about in the most beneficial way at times.

And even zeitgeist - how it influences people.

But what seems certain is that we pick-up transmitted signals but who knows from where they emanate!!!
Title: Wal Thornhill interview and universal information
Post by: electrobleme on August 25, 2010, 16:35:06


Quote
Wal Thornhill interview on youtube - RIR W Thornhill The Electric Universe 12/12 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfCap5VcnZE&feature=related) - 5:40 into it

from my point of view that gives us a responsibility because the whole universe learns when something is learned by us the universe learns. its like a means of feedback if you like, so we are in a privileged position to be able to see the greater universe and i dont think this happens all that often.it gives us a more of a perspective on what we are here for

i believe that life it to be lived to learn as much as possible because that information isnt lost, the universe seems to have some means of storing that information - the very fact to be able to build creatures to fit into some kind of amazing symbiotic relationship given any kind of circumstance like the bacteria at the ocean floor living above boiling temperatures. the very fact that life can exist under those circumstances shows that information is available somewhere in the universe and it has found the environment there where it works and so thats where we find that life.
Wal Thornhill speaking (RIR W Thornhill The Electric Universe 12/12) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfCap5VcnZE&feature=related)


this would help to explain why very rare fungi/plants find a place to grow - either the spores of these rare life forms are all over the world or the area they are found in provides the energy/information to help/create them grow.

would this also explain why clones dont seem to work properly?

and the problem getting animals in zoos to breed, although the basic conditions are correct (2 opposite sex animals of the same species) the information/energy of the area or that the animals can access is not fully available or does not fit into that environment (future information that it will interact with)?
Title: Re: ever had a "brainwave", a bolt from the blue? the concept of "Akashic Records"
Post by: Mo on August 26, 2010, 13:19:08
The fungi and the ant again. Maybe consciousness can will a direction and the brain of the ant is wired to respond to that will and produce bodily action that carries out moving in the willed for direction. Maybe the ant is controlled by the group consciousness of all the ants, so that the ant is constructed to be controlled by an outside consciousness.

One wonders whether the parasites within our bodies produce a will for us to eat a creamy sugary item so as the parasite gets the item it desires to flourish. Then there are all the parasitic-like unresolved trauma that resides in our bodies and produces a compelling to follow a certain action sequence. Do the fungi and the unresolved trauma control bodily action by the same mechanism ?  One feels like the fungi are not working from memory, but rather they are exercising a desire. However the perfect conditions for the flourishing of the species would be part of memory of the species, probably accessed through DNA. The memory of being attached to an ant that went down the tree and died in the right spot. So that memory could work the same as the unresolved trauma. So instead of pain there is great pleasure and this makes it a strong memory.

So the fungi get an epigenetic switch when they are on the ant and this triggers the memory of the descent down the tree, so this acts as a desire to descend, and this desire acts on the ant. Perhaps in the memory is the whole experience of both fungi and ant, and as the memory replays the whole region around the fungi resonates with the memory. Thus the ant is compelled by the memory of the fungus.

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Consciousness can alter electric fields. This is because the experiencing of 'green' occurs when an electric current produces an electric field somewhere in the brain. So there is a linking of the experiencing of 'green' which is consciousness, with the brain's electric field.

Could the blocking that you talk about be ourselves or the memory of the planet doing it?
electrobleme

One can think of a planet as a body generating electric fields that might induce some experiencing which is in the consciousness of the planet. And somehow our consciousness can be expanded to include this planetary consciousness. That would be by unblocking consciousness. And so the human group consciousness could have blockages too. When some experience was too powerful for a whole mass of humanity then a block formed in the group consciousness.
Mo
Title: Alien Hand Syndrome
Post by: electrobleme on January 21, 2011, 17:44:52
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Alien Hand Syndrome sees woman attacked by her own hand

An operation to control her epilepsy left Karen Byrne with no control of her left hand

Imagine being attacked by one of your own hands, which repeatedly tries to slap and punch you. Or you go into a shop and when you try to turn right, one of your legs decides it wants to go left, leaving you walking round in circles.

Last summer I met 55-year-old Karen Byrne in New Jersey, who suffers from Alien Hand Syndrome.

Her left hand, and occasionally her left leg, behaves as if it were under the control of an alien intelligence.

Karen's condition is fascinating, not just because it is so strange but because it tells us something surprising about how our own brains work.

It started after Karen had surgery at 27 to control her epilepsy, which had dominated her life since she was 10.

Surgery to cure epilepsy usually involves identifying and then cutting out a small section of the brain, where the abnormal electrical signals originate.

When this does not work, or when the damaged area cannot be identified, patients may be offered something more radical. In Karen's case her surgeon cut her corpus callosum, a band of nervous fibres which keeps the two halves of the brain in constant contact.

Cutting the corpus callosum cured Karen's epilepsy, but left her with a completely different problem. Karen told me that initially everything seemed to be fine. Then her doctors noticed some extremely odd behaviour.

"Dr O'Connor said 'Karen what are you doing? Your hand's undressing you'. Until he said that I had no idea that my left hand was opening up the buttons of my shirt.

"So I start rebuttoning with the right hand and, as soon as I stopped, the left hand started unbuttoning them. So he put an emergency call through to one of the other doctors and said, 'Mike you've got to get here right away, we've got a problem'."

Out of control
 
Karen had emerged from the operation with a left hand that was out of control.

"I'd light a cigarette, balance it on an ashtray, and then my left hand would reach forward and stub it out. It would take things out of my handbag and I wouldn't realise so I would walk away. I lost a lot of things before I realised what was going on."

Karen's problem was caused by a power struggle going on inside her head. A normal brain consists of two hemispheres which communicate with each other via the corpus callosum.

The left hemisphere, which controls the right arm and leg, tends to be where language skills reside. The right hemisphere, which controls the left arm and leg, is largely responsible for spatial awareness and recognising patterns.

Usually the more analytical left hemisphere dominates, having the final say in the actions we perform.

The discovery of hemispherical dominance has its roots in the 1940s, when surgeons first decided to treat epilepsy by cutting the corpus callosum. After they had recovered, the patients appeared normal. But in psychology circles they became legends.

That is because these patients would, in time, reveal something that to me is truly astonishing - the two halves of our brains each contain a kind of separate consciousness. Each hemisphere is capable of its own independent will.

Brain experiments
 
The man who did many of the experiments that first proved this was neurobiologist, Roger Sperry.

In a particularly striking experiment, which he filmed, we can watch one of the split brain patients trying to solve a puzzle. The puzzle required rearranging blocks so they matched the pattern on a picture.

First the man tried solving it with his left hand (controlled by the right hemisphere), and that hand was pretty good at it.

Then Sperry asked the patient to use his right hand (controlled by the left hemisphere). And this hand clearly did not have a clue what to do. So the left hand tried to help, but the right hand did not want help, so they ended up fighting like two young children.

Experiments like this led Sperry to conclude that "each hemisphere is a conscious system in its own right, perceiving, thinking, remembering, reasoning, willing, and emoting".

In 1981 Sperry received a Nobel prize for his work. But in a cruel twist of fate, by then he was suffering from a fatal degenerative brain disease, called kuru, probably picked up in the early days of his research while splitting brains.

Most people who have had their corpus collosum cut appear normal afterwards. You could cross them in the street and you would not know anything had happened.

Karen was unlucky. After the operation, the right side of her brain refused to be dominated by the left.

She has suffered from Alien Hand Syndrome for 18 years, but fortunately for Karen her doctors have now found a medication that seems to have brought the right side of her brain back under some form of control.

Even so I felt it was tactful, when I said goodbye, to give both hands a firm "thank you" shake.

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