You ALWAYS get that which you ask for if you ask for it with your Soul instead of your senses.  If you ask in words alone, you will not receive what you ask for because you have not asked God for it–you have asked your senses for it.  When, however, you have actually written your desire into your heartbeat, as some have automatically done all their lives, from moment to moment, you unfailingly acquire the knowledge you ask for.  It comes to you in a timeless flash in the rhythmic language of Light which God uses to talk to His children.



Learn how to Meditate with Relaxing Meditation Techniques

Meditation is a natural and completely effortless process, bringing you both peace and silence in your mind, body, and spirit. It provides you a perfect way to understand your own life, fitness, and well-being. Nowadays, with the hectic pace and demands of our modern life, many people feel stressed out and over-worked, in this situation the art of meditation can wipe away these feelings through deep relaxation. By tapping your inner peace your body’s chakras system can balance out enhancing your physical and emotional well-being.

Mediation can also improve your psychological and spiritual well-being, as more chi energy is brought into your body enabling you to access the gifts of your pineal gland. Meditation comes in several styles and forms. It has become more and more popular as people recognize the kingdom of god can only be found within our own heart.

What is Healing Meditation?

What is a healing meditation and what does it do? First of all meditation does not heal, what it does do is relieve you of stress so your body can heal itself. Stress is the biggest reason why we get disease and illness. A study by psychologists Daniel Goleman and Gary Schwartz at Harvard showed that even novices who had learned to meditate for the first time were less anxious after a stress inducing film and recovered more quickly than non-meditators.

By relieving stress you can recover your overall health and transform your entire life much faster than individuals who do not. Many doctors are recommending meditation for cancer patients as even the stress of knowing you have cancer can slow down progress.

In one controlled study, convened by the National Institutes of Health, of ninety cancer patients who did mindfulness meditation for 7 weeks, this is where you clear your mind and not think of anything while meditating,  31% had fewer symptoms of stress and 65% had fewer episodes of mood disturbance than those who did not meditate. And some studies have also suggested that more meditation improves the chance of a positive outcome. Also lowering your stress levels has been known to reduce intake of toxic chemical drugs, which often destroy overall health for many years to come.

It can also be used to heal many illnesses such as emotional trauma, anxiety, insomnia, ADHD and depression to name a few ailments. According to one study conducted on children with ADHD, by Sarina J. Grosswald, a cognitive learning specialist in Arlington, Virginia. After three months of daily sessions of Transcendental Meditation, Grosswald and her colleagues found that students reported lower stress, anxiety, and ADHD symptoms based on questionnaires given to teachers and parents. According to Sarina, “The children also showed improvements in attention, working memory, organization, and behavior regulation….Teachers reported they were able to teach more and students were able to learn more because they were less stressed and anxious.”

Benefits of Healing Mediation Techniques:

Healing Meditation can reap an array of benefits for people in different ways, if practiced regularly. These multiple benefits include:

  • Normalizes blood pressure
  • Relieves stress
  • Improves concentration and self-esteem
  • Improves spiritual and psychological health
  • Improves immune function
  • Slows the aging process
  • Helps reduce heart disease & obesity
  • Reduces anxiety and increases energy
  • Helps cure insomnia and addictions
  • Improves stress related disorders
  • Provides complete relaxation

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The Effects of Magnetic Water
By John V. Milewski

December 21 2003

About 4 months ago I started drinking what I call magnetic water as a means of energizing my body. After a month or so an unusual effect started to show up.

It first showed up on a friend of mine called Bob S. I introduced him to the methods of making magnetic water. He took it up and in his experimentation he went a little further than I did. He was processing his water for about 5 days and drinking 3 cups a day, while I was only processing it for 2 to 3 days. He reported to me that his hair was turning dark, especially in the back of his head near the neck line. As time went on, this effect spread upward and more toward the front. Now after about 4 months his hair is about 95% dark in the back and about 80%, and in the sides and front and his beard about 50% dark.

At that time, which was about 3 months ago, I started watching my own hair. Before I started drinking what I call “magnetic water” my head hair was about 90% gray, and the hair on my beard and mustache was 100% gray. I did not know about the effect of this energized water hair so I was not watching it for the first few months. So when I first noticed it the hair on the back of my head had already turned about 30% dark; now after about 4 to 5 months my hair on the sides, back and top is about 60% turned. My mustache is about 50% turned dark while the beard is still pure white-gray.

John Milewski BackJohn Milewski Side

As a result of these effects I decided to upgrade my processing facility and make it possible for me to have 5 day water. Five day water is defined as water that remains in the magnetic activation apparatus for a minimum of 5 days. Previous to that I was only using 2 to 3 day water. Now we drink a minimum of 3 cups of this water a day and probably 5 to 6 cups.

What is very unusual about these changes is that the whole hair changes at once from gray to black. It does not start at the roots and grow out but the whole length of the hair turns at once. You may have heard of stories about a person who experienced a terrible shock in their life and their hair turned white over night, well I believe that this magnetic water has the reverse effect, but at a much smaller amount and it takes months to see the effect but the positive effect is there and is real.

The apparatus for making this water is very simple. It consists of an empty new one gallon, in paint can, in which is placed an empty one liter soda bottle that has the top cut off at the level where it starts to get narrower. In the space between the inner wall of the paint can and the empty one liter container, magnetite is poured. This makes a cylinder of powdered magnetite about one and one half inches thick surrounding the one liter size hole in the center. Into this hole is placed a standard bottle of store bought spring water that is about 710 ml size (that’s a 3 cup volume of water). It fits in very nicely.

Paramagnetic Charger

You make up a minimum of five of these units. Take one bottle out every day and drink the water.

What I think is happening is that the magnetite which is a strong magnetic suscepter is concentrating the earth’s magnetic fields into it’s cylindrical shape and the shape effect, in turn, sets up a magnetic spiral vortex in the core of the cylinder in which the water is stored. This in turn activates the water with the magnetic energy.

I think this is the activating force for change in our bodies toward regeneration, as we drink it, and the hair color restoration is the first sign of this happening. A second sign is that my fingernails are growing faster and stronger and my skin seems to be getting smother and softer, in spots, with less skin tags.

Bob S had to go to the dentist to have two molars crowned. He had been drinking the water for about two months before going to the dentist. The dentist told him that he was going to have to do two root canals at $475.00 each before he could do the crowns. When the dentist removed the old fillings he was surprised because he said that where the root was supposed to be, the molars had calcified! He couldn’t believe it! He said he had never seen anything like it. Bob S was really happy because he saved $950.00!

Near death, explained

New science is shedding light on what really happens during out-of-body experiences — with shocking results.


This article was adapted from the new book “Brain Wars”, from Harper One.

In 1991, Atlanta-based singer and songwriter Pam Reynolds felt extremely dizzy, lost her ability to speak, and had difficulty moving her body. A CAT scan showed that she had a giant artery aneurysm—a grossly swollen blood vessel in the wall of her basilar artery, close to the brain stem. If it burst, which could happen at any moment, it would kill her. But the standard surgery to drain and repair it might kill her too.

With no other options, Pam turned to a last, desperate measure offered by neurosurgeon Robert Spetzler at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Spetzler was a specialist and pioneer in hypothermic cardiac arrest—a daring surgical procedure nicknamed “Operation Standstill.” Spetzler would bring Pam’s body down to a temperature so low that she was essentially dead. Her brain would not function, but it would be able to survive longer without oxygen at this temperature. The low temperature would also soften the swollen blood vessels, allowing them to be operated on with less risk of bursting. When the procedure was complete, the surgical team would bring her back to a normal temperature before irreversible damage set in.

Essentially, Pam agreed to die in order to save her life—and in the process had what is perhaps the most famous case of independent corroboration of out of body experience (OBE) perceptions on record. This case is especially important because cardiologist Michael Sabom was able to obtain verification from medical personnel regarding crucial details of the surgical intervention that Pam reported. Here’s what happened.

Pam was brought into the operating room at 7:15 a.m., she was given general anesthesia, and she quickly lost conscious awareness. At this point, Spetzler and his team of more than 20 physicians, nurses, and technicians went to work. They lubricated Pam’s eyes to prevent drying, and taped them shut. They attached EEG electrodes to monitor the electrical activity of her cerebral cortex. They inserted small, molded speakers into her ears and secured them with gauze and tape. The speakers would emit repeated 100-decibel clicks—approximately the noise produced by a speeding express train—eliminating outside sounds and measuring the activity of her brainstem.

At 8:40 a.m., the tray of surgical instruments was uncovered, and Robert Spetzler began cutting through Pam’s skull with a special surgical saw that produced a noise similar to a dental drill. At this moment, Pam later said, she felt herself “pop” out of her body and hover above it, watching as doctors worked on her body.

Although she no longer had use of her eyes and ears, she described her observations in terms of her senses and perceptions. “I thought the way they had my head shaved was very peculiar,” she said. “I expected them to take all of the hair, but they did not.” She also described the Midas Rex bone saw (“The saw thing that I hated the sound of looked like an electric toothbrush and it had a dent in it … ”) and the dental-drill sound it made with considerable accuracy.

Meanwhile, Spetzler was removing the outermost membrane of Pamela’s brain, cutting it open with scissors. At about the same time, a female cardiac surgeon was attempting to locate the femoral artery in Pam’s right groin. Remarkably, Pam later claimed to remember a female voice saying, “We have a problem. Her arteries are too small.” And then a male voice: “Try the other side.” Medical records confirm this conversation, yet Pam could not have heard them.

The cardiac surgeon was right—Pam’s blood vessels were indeed too small to accept the abundant blood flow requested by the cardiopulmonary bypass machine, so at 10:50 a.m., a tube was inserted into Pam’s left femoral artery and connected to the cardiopulmonary bypass machine. The warm blood circulated from the artery into the cylinders of the bypass machine, where it was cooled down before being returned to her body. Her body temperature began to fall, and at 11:05 a.m. Pam’s heart stopped. Her EEG brain waves flattened into total silence. A few minutes later, her brain stem became totally unresponsive, and her body temperature fell to a sepulchral 60 degrees Fahrenheit. At 11:25 a.m., the team tilted up the head of the operating table, turned off the bypass machine, and drained the blood from her body. Pamela Reynolds was clinically dead.

At this point, Pam’s out-of-body adventure transformed into a near-death experience (NDE): She recalls floating out of the operating room and traveling down a tunnel with a light. She saw deceased relatives and friends, including her long-dead grandmother, waiting at the end of this tunnel. She entered the presence of a brilliant, wonderfully warm and loving light, and sensed that her soul was part of God and that everything in existence was created from the light (the breathing of God). But this extraordinary experience ended abruptly, as Reynolds’s deceased uncle led her back to her body—a feeling she described as “plunging into a pool of ice.”

Meanwhile, in the operating room, the surgery had come to an end. When all the blood had drained from Pam’s brain, the aneurysm simply collapsed and Spetzler clipped it off. Soon, the bypass machine was turned on and warm blood was pumped back into her body. As her body temperature started to increase, her brainsteam began to respond to the clicking speakers in her ears and the EEG recorded electrical activity in the cortex. The bypass machine was turned off at 12:32 p.m. Pam’s life had been restored, and she was taken to the recovery room in stable condition at 2:10 p.m.

Tales of otherworldly experiences have been part of human cultures seemingly forever, but NDEs as such first came to broad public attention in 1975 by way of American psychiatrist and philosopher Raymond Moody’s popular book Life After Life. He presented more than 100 case studies of people who experienced vivid mental experiences close to death or during “clinical death” and were subsequently revived to tell the tale. Their experiences were remarkably similar, and Moody coined the term NDE to refer to this phenomenon. The book was popular and controversial, and scientific investigation of NDEs began soon after its publication with the founding, in 1978, of the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS)—the first organization in the world devoted to the scientific study of NDEs and their relationship to mind and consciousness.

NDEs are the vivid, realistic, and often deeply life-changing experiences of men, women, and children who have been physiologically or psychologically close to death. They can be evoked by cardiac arrest and coma caused by brain damage, intoxication, or asphyxia. They can also happen following such events as electrocution, complications from surgery, or severe blood loss during or after a delivery. They can even occur as the result of accidents or illnesses in which individuals genuinely fear they might die. Surveys conducted in the United States and Germany suggest that approximately 4.2 percent of the population has reported an NDE. It has also been estimated that more than 25 million individuals worldwide have had an NDE in the past 50 years.

People from all walks of life and belief systems have this experience. Studies indicate that the experience of an NDE is not influenced by gender, race, socioeconomic status, or level of education. Although NDEs are sometimes presented as religious experiences, this seems to be a matter of individual perception. Furthermore, researchers have found no relationship between religion and the experience of an NDE. That is, it did not matter whether the people recruited in those studies were Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, atheist, or agnostic.

Although the details differ, NDEs are characterized by a number of core features. Perhaps the most vivid is the OBE: the sense of having left one’s body and of watching events going on around one’s body or, occasionally, at some distant physical location. During OBEs, near-death experiencers (NDErs) are often astonished to discover that they have retained consciousness, perception, lucid thinking, memory, emotions, and their sense of personal identity. If anything, these processes are heightened: Thinking is vivid; hearing is sharp; and vision can extend to 360 degrees. NDErs claim that without physical bodies, they are able to penetrate through walls and doors and project themselves wherever they want. They frequently report the ability to read people’s thoughts.

The effects of NDEs on the experience are intense, overwhelming, and real. A number of studies conducted in United States, Western European countries, and Australia have shown that most NDErs are profoundly and positively transformed by the experience. One woman says, “I was completely altered after the accident. I was another person, according to those who lived near me. I was happy, laughing, appreciated little things, joked, smiled a lot, became friends with everyone … so completely different than I was before!”

However different their personalities before the NDE, experiencers tend to share a similar psychological profile after the NDE. Indeed, their beliefs, values, behaviors, and worldviews seem quite comparable afterward. Importantly, these psychological and behavioral changes are not the kind of changes one would expect if this experience were a hallucination. And, as noted NDE researcher Pim van Lommel and his colleagues have demonstrated, these changes become more apparent with the passage of time.

Some skeptics legitimately argue that the main problem with reports of OBE perceptions is that they often rest uniquely on the NDEr’s testimony—there is no independent corroboration. From a scientific perspective, such self-reports remain inconclusive. But during the last few decades, some self-reports of NDErs have been independently corroborated by witnesses, such as that of Pam Reynolds. One of the best known of these corroborated veridical NDE perceptions—perceptions that can be proven to coincide with reality—is the experience of a woman named Maria, whose case was first documented by her critical care social worker, Kimberly Clark.

Maria was a migrant worker who had a severe heart attack while visiting friends in Seattle. She was rushed to Harborview Hospital and placed in the coronary care unit. A few days later, she had a cardiac arrest but was rapidly resuscitated. The following day, Clark visited her. Maria told Clark that during her cardiac arrest she was able to look down from the ceiling and watch the medical team at work on her body. At one point in this experience, said Maria, she found herself outside the hospital and spotted a tennis shoe on the ledge of the north side of the third floor of the building. She was able to provide several details regarding its appearance, including the observations that one of its laces was stuck underneath the heel and that the little toe area was worn. Maria wanted to know for sure whether she had “really” seen that shoe, and she begged Clark to try to locate it.

Quite skeptical, Clark went to the location described by Maria—and found the tennis shoe. From the window of her hospital room, the details that Maria had recounted could not be discerned. But upon retrieval of the shoe, Clark confirmed Maria’s observations. “The only way she could have had such a perspective,” said Clark, “was if she had been floating right outside and at very close range to the tennis shoe. I retrieved the shoe and brought it back to Maria; it was very concrete evidence for me.”

This case is particularly impressive given that during cardiac arrest, the flow of blood to the brain is interrupted. When this happens, the brain’s electrical activity (as measured with EEG) disappears after 10 to 20 seconds. In this state, a patient is deeply comatose. Because the brain structures mediating higher mental functions are severely impaired, such patients are expected to have no clear and lucid mental experiences that will be remembered. Nonetheless, studies conducted in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States have revealed that approximately 15 percent of cardiac arrest survivors do report some recollection from the time when they were clinically dead. These studies indicate that consciousness, perceptions, thoughts, and feelings can be experienced during a period when the brain shows no measurable activity.

NDEs experienced by people who do not have sight in everyday life are quite intriguing. In 1994, researchers Kenneth Ring and Sharon Cooper decided to undertake a search for cases of NDE-based perception in the blind. They reasoned that such cases would represent the ultimate demonstration of veridical perceptions during NDEs. If a blind person was able to report on verifiable events that took place when they were clinically dead, that would mean something real was occurring. They interviewed 31 individuals, of whom 14 were blind from birth. Twenty-one of the participants had had an NDE; the others had had OBEs only. Strikingly, the experiences they reported conform to the classic NDE pattern, whether they were born blind or had lost their sight in later life. The results of the study were published in 1997. Based on all the cases they investigated, Ring and Cooper concluded that what happens during an NDE affords another perspective to perceive reality that does not depend on the senses of the physical body. They proposed to call this other mode of perception mindsight. 

Despite corroborated reports, many materialist scientists cling to the notion that OBEs and NDEs are located in the brain. In 2002, neurologist Olaf Blanke and colleagues at the University Hospitals of Geneva and Lausanne in Switzerland described in the prestigious scientific journal Nature the strange occurrence that happened to a 43-year-old female patient with epilepsy. Because her seizures could not be controlled by medication alone, neurosurgery was being considered as the next step. The researchers implanted electrodes in her right temporal lobe to provide information about the localization and extent of the epileptogenic zone—the area of the brain that was causing the seizures—which had to be surgically removed. Other electrodes were implanted to identify and localize, by means of electrical stimulation, the areas of the brain that—if removed—would result in loss of sensory capacities, linguistic ability, or even paralysis. Such a procedure is particularly critical to spare important brain areas that are adjacent to the epileptogenic zone.

When they stimulated the angular gyrus—a region of the brain in the parietal lobe that is thought to integrate sensory information related to vision, touch, and balance to give us a perception of our own bodies—the patient reported seeing herself “lying in bed, from above, but I only see my legs and lower trunk.” She described herself as “floating” near the ceiling. She also reported seeing her legs “becoming shorter.”

The article received global press coverage and created quite a commotion. The editors of Nature went so far as to declare triumphantly that as a result of this one study—which involved only one patient—the part of the brain that can induce OBEs had been located.

“It’s another blow against those who believe that the mind and spirit are somehow separate from the brain,” said psychologist Michael Shermer, director of the Skeptics Society, which seeks to debunk all kinds of paranormal claims. “In reality, all experience is derived from the brain.”

In another article published in 2004, Blanke and co-workers described six patients, of whom three had experienced an atypical and incomplete OBE. Four patients reported an autoscopy—that is, they saw their own double from the vantage point of their own body. In this paper, the researchers describe an OBE as a temporary dysfunction of the junction of the temporal and parietal cortex. But, as Pim van Lommel noted, the abnormal bodily experiences described by Blanke and colleagues entail a false sense of reality. Typical OBEs, in contrast, implicate a verifiable perception (from a position above or outside of the body) of events, such as their own resuscitation or a traffic accident, and the surroundings in which the events took place. Along the same lines, psychiatrist Bruce Greyson of the University of Virginia commented that “We cannot assume from the fact that electrical stimulation of the brain can induce OBE-like illusions that all OBEs are therefore illusions.”

Materialistic scientists have proposed a number of physiological explanations to account for the various features of NDEs. British psychologist Susan Blackmore has propounded the “dying brain” hypothesis: that a lack of oxygen (or anoxia) during the dying process might induce abnormal firing of neurons in brain areas responsible for vision, and that such an abnormal firing would lead to the illusion of seeing a bright light at the end of a dark tunnel.

Would it? Van Lommel and colleagues objected that if anoxia plays a central role in the production of NDEs, most cardiac arrest patients would report an NDE. Studies show that this is clearly not the case. Another problem with this view is that reports of a tunnel are absent from several accounts of NDErs. As pointed out by renowned NDE researcher Sam Parnia, some individuals have reported an NDE when they had not been terminally ill and so would have had normal levels of oxygen in their brains.

Parnia raises another problem: When oxygen levels decrease markedly, patients whose lungs or hearts do not work properly experience an “acute confusional state,” during which they are highly confused and agitated and have little or no memory recall. In stark contrast, during NDEs people experience lucid consciousness, well-structured thought processes, and clear reasoning. They also have an excellent memory of the NDE, which usually stays with them for several decades. In other respects, Parnia argues that if this hypothesis is correct, then the illusion of seeing a light and tunnel would progressively develop as the patient’s blood oxygen level drops. Medical observations, however, indicate that patients with low oxygen levels do not report seeing a light, a tunnel, or any of the common features of an NDE we discussed earlier.

During the 1990s, more research indicated that the anoxia theory of NDEs was on the wrong track. James Whinnery, a chemistry professor with West Texas A&M, was involved with studies simulating the extreme conditions that can occur during aerial combat maneuvers. In these studies, fighter pilots were subjected to extreme gravitational forces in a giant centrifuge. Such rapid acceleration decreases blood flow and, consequently, delivery of oxygen to the brain. In so doing, it induces brief periods of unconsciousness that Whinnery calls “dreamlets.” Whinnery hypothesized that although some of the core features of NDEs are found during dreamlets, the main characteristics of dreamlets are impaired memory for events just prior to the onset of unconsciousness, confusion, and disorientation upon awakening. These symptoms are not typically associated with NDEs. In addition, life transformations are never reported following dreamlets.

So, if the “dying brain” is not responsible for NDEs, could they simply be hallucinations? In my opinion, the answer is no. Let’s look at the example of hallucinations that can result from ingesting ketamine, a veterinary drug that is sometimes used recreationally, and often at great cost to the user.

At small doses, the anesthetic agent ketamine can induce hallucinations and feelings of being out of the body. Ketamine is thought to act primarily by inhibiting N-Methyl-D-aspartic acid (NMDA) receptors, which normally open in response to binding of glutamate, the most abundant excitatory chemical messenger in the human brain. Psychiatrist Karl Jensen has speculated that the blockade of NMDA receptors may induce an NDE. But ketamine experiences are often frightening, producing weird images; and most ketamine users realize that the experiences produced by this drug are illusory. In contrast, NDErs are strongly convinced of the reality of what they experienced. Furthermore, many of the central features of NDEs are not reported with ketamine. That being said, we cannot rule out that the blockade of NMDA receptors may be involved in some NDEs.

Neuroscientist Michael Persinger has claimed that he and his colleagues have produced all the major features of the NDE by using weak transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the temporal lobes. Persinger’s work is based on the premise that abnormal activity in the temporal lobe may trigger an NDE. A review of the literature on epilepsy, however, indicates that the classical features of NDEs are not associated with epileptic seizures located in the temporal lobes. Moreover, as Bruce Greyson and his collaborators have correctly emphasized, the experiences reported by participants in Persinger’s TMS studies bear little resemblance with the typical features of NDEs.

The scientific NDE studies performed over the past decades indicate that heightened mental functions can be experienced independently of the body at a time when brain activity is greatly impaired or seemingly absent (such as during cardiac arrest). Some of these studies demonstrate that blind people can have veridical perceptions during OBEs associated with an NDE. Other investigations show that NDEs often result in deep psychological and spiritual changes.

These findings strongly challenge the mainstream neuroscientific view that mind and consciousness result solely from brain activity. As we have seen, such a view fails to account for how NDErs can experience—while their hearts are stopped—vivid and complex thoughts and acquire veridical information about objects or events remote from their bodies.

NDE studies also suggest that after physical death, mind and consciousness may continue in a transcendent level of reality that normally is not accessible to our senses and awareness. Needless to say, this view is utterly incompatible with the belief of many materialists that the material world is the only reality.

Excerpted with permission from “The Brain Wars: The Scientific Battle Over the Existence of the Mind and the Proof That Will Change the Way We Live Our Lives.” Courtesy of HarperOne.


Mario Beauregard is associate research professor at the Departments of Psychology and Radiology and the Neuroscience Research Center at the University of Montreal. He is the coauthor of “The Spiritual Brain” and more than one hundred publications in neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry.MORE MARIO BEAUREGARD.

IDL Experiences


Posted on April 25, 2012 by admin

So the little Elena said she would like to give the device a whirl. I gave her the protocol to say. Within 30 seconds she exclaimed that it felt like chopsticks were in her mouth. She pulled her hands away from the device and smiled. She wanted to try again so I again walked her through the verbal protocol. Again, she felt like there were chopsticks were in her mouth. She laughed and pulled away from the device. When I asked her how big the chopsticks were she motioned with her hands…the distance was about 3 feet in length. Later on in the day she wanted to try once more, only to get the same result.


Posted on April 25, 2012 by admin

Here’s a post from the spiritual forums website:

Originally Posted by iolite
“So, what parts [of the IDL Basic Activation Protocol] are necessary and what parts aren’t? I’ve resorted to:Device activate … increase

just to see what would happen. I’ve not got any farther than the tingling and maybe “seeing” the tunnel. Man, I wish I could get to the point your [user Zagat]  kids have…”

“Hi Iolite.

My son asked it about the activation protocol His question was, “Device, is it necessary to say the entire protocol every time?” It showed him a picture of a packet that just had “stargate, I trust you completely to heal and integrate my mind, body, and spirit. Stargate mode, activate and increase. Automatic mode” highlighted. He felt and I thought that perhaps that is all that you need to say. I still feel good about saying “hi” to the device.  Personal preference though.

I wish I could get to the point that my children have as well. Still trying.”

Electronic Voice

Posted on April 20, 2012 by admin

Today before heading to the hospital I turned on my digital audio recorder and set the device into Electronic Voice Phenomenon mode. You go through the normal protocol then add a command at the end: DEVICE ACTIVATE ELECTRONIC VOICE PHENOMENON MODE

After waiting a couple of minutes I read off the message that I had first given to the device.

Upon my return (1:45:00 later) I ended the session and stopped the recording. A slightly electronic female-type voice might be heard. Opening up the mp3 in Audacity I listened to the recording but did not perceive any voice or message. I did, however, feel the wind that I normally feel during the sessions blowing across my lips. The instructions do say that this procedure is for “advanced users only.”

Biosonic Form and Pattern

The Spiral Pattern of the Living Wave

The Echo of a Million Seashells

A pattern of harmonics can explain all observed phenomena. This pattern can be compared to the pattern of particle masses because masses in the subatomic realm are a substitute for frequencies.

The universe consists of a wave which develops harmonics and each of these waves does the same.

The vibration in control of the Physical  and Subtle Bodies, is the outcome of  DNA variations,created by the original vibrating molecule of DNA  bestowed in the new-born. In the Miracle of life, vibrational creation of Molecules equals vibrational creation of Vibrations, not only  in the intermolecular vibrational relationship but also in the Aura and Organs,from the Solar debris to theTerrestrial dust. The KeyNote Frequencies dominate in mundane life , are contained in the Human Voice and are regulated by the Circadian Rhythm. Molecular infra-red radiating vibrations have been detected by scientists years ago. They also discovered that these radiating molecules also produce lower ” beat” frequencies within the human audible range [ 20-20,000 Hertz ] and each of these molecules has its resonant frequency in the same range as the human voice. It is this vibratory signature of the molecule or the molecular signal that Benveniste has detected and recorded. Hence, besides infra-red radiation, molecules also broadcast frequencies in the range of human voice and receive from another molecular species the specific broadcast by its tuned molecular structure. This matching of broadcast and reception is the ” Co-Resonance ” . A term coined by Benveniste. Biological molecules communicate intracellularly and extracellularly by Co-Resonance from  near and far. Any structural modification of the molecule will detune it from its receptor resulting in ineffective communication in cellular broadcast.

When the first thunder bolts and lightnings struck the primordial land and water, the Template for specific resonating vibrations, was forged for all existing vibrant entities by the cosmic fire – The Keynotes of Life’s Resonance – The Akashic Records ( The Universe’s Super Computer System ).

Upon Time and Space, is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an enetity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as directed – or judgement frwn by or according to what the enetity’s ideal is. Hence, as it has been oft called, therecord is God’s book of remembrance; and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an enity in the material world – either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity’s application of seld towards that which is the ideal manner for the use of time, opportuninity and the expression of that for which each soul enters a material manifestation. The interpretration then as drawn here is with the desire and hope that, in opening this for the entity, the experience may be one of helpfulness and hope that, in opening this for the entity, the experience may be one of helpfulness and hopfulness. – Edgar Cayce reading 1650-1

Every atom, molecule and organ of the body has a natural and optimum frequency referred to as the “resonant” frequency.


disresonant object will become resonant when exposed to its

keynote or resonant frequency. This is Bioresonant Detoxification.

The implication of the correct frequency is health .

The Template is the Will of the Superconsciousness or God, with the provision of Intent and Desire for evolving cosmic material.The reflected sunlight into space by orbiting planets [ albedos ] is vibratory gestures of goodwill and Love. The Planet Venus is described as a planet of Love and Beauty for the simple reason that she reflects 80% of sunlight back into space and light is life-giving water.There are other cosmic contributions of light at nodal stops before Light reaches Earth.The Newtonian classic experiment on the prismatic separation of spectral light into rainbow colours is no more valid. The emergent light, refracted or reflected by the medium has been reprocessed and is manufactured light [ Goethe ]. Scientists have demonstrated that Light is liquified gas, that its speed can be exceeded, slowed or made to stop in a standstill and is equal to the speed of Gravity. It can carry information from Node to Node.The highly reactive metals become biological when combined with other elemental substances to become Minerals. The electromagnetic bioradiation of transmutating minerals [Lithium/Beryllium] sparkled off [ photonic kindling – T. Bearden ] the crossing over of the aetheric to the physical, causing the activation of ” morphic resonance ” in the first carbon-containing blob of basic elements. This is the ” God is within every being ” concept of animists ascribing the life-force (carbon) in rocks, stones and living organisms. It takes its first ” morphic breath ” of Chi, Prana or Vital Force which gives it form and pattern through self-organizing resonant vibrations and synchronises its “Internal or Biological Clock ” with the environment in rhythm with the Schumann Resonances and the Circadian Rhythm of 24 hour alternation of Night /Day or Ying/Yang Cycle.

When the chaotic reverberations of thunder and lightning finally subsided, there descend Symmetry and Grace when Forms and Patterns unfold in the morphogenetic fields , sustained by the bioenergetic radiation from minerals.

Through self-organizing resonant vibrations, basic amino acids were formed and with mineralization, these amino acid aggregates developed catalytic properties. It is with the synthesis of enzymes that the DNA molecules are modelled and formed with a double helix . The fundamental property of the DNA molecule is its immortality

which differentiates it from other material.

From a molecular perspective, science has taught us that every cell in our physical bodies originates with the original DNA molecule. The first DNA molecule represents the fundamental note or first harmonic frequency. Every molecule in our physical body owes its’ origin to the formula contained in this first DNA molecule. The first DNA molecule has a formula of frequencies and assumes that molecules made directly by the vibrational formula contained in originating molecule of DNA will have a vibrational relationship to the original or creator DNA molecule [ Metatones Theory ]. The theory is essentially a repetition of a principle physicist Dale Pond, author of ” The Physics of Love “, describes as “simple, elegant and provable. It is standard physics.”

The Sound of Light audible in vibrant Cosmic Silence can be only visualized in the Universal Mind.

”   Telepathy, inspiration and intuition come to us across the invisible light-waves of the universe. They are our universal cables by means of which Mind speaks to Mind. There is but one Mind and one Thinker. Therefore that which is known or thought by anyone, anywhere, can be known by any other one who is sufficiently attuned to receive telepathic messages sent in the language of light.” (The Message of the Divine Iliad) pg 227

Living chromosomes, using the endogenous DNA laser radiation.

are able to modulate certain frequency

patterns  to influence the DNA frequency and

thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of

DNA-alkaline pairs and of  language are of the

same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary.  Words

and sentences of the human language are good input. This, too, was experimentally

proven! Living DNA substance  will

always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves.

In a mechanistic world, the feelings of freedom and responsibility are Illusions and Irritants. There is no gene for self-awareness, or for consciousness, for ego, or for mind.   Perhaps the mechanistic world is the illusion; genetics are just stray thoughts!

DNA and RNA molecules, the chemical carriers of the genetic information, are not rigid biochemical structures that can be manipulated easily, but rather laser-active media (Hartmut Muller, Raum & Zeit, 109, 2001, page 55). They generate optical holograms which are in resonance with electromagnetic fields of the earth, moon and galaxy and control both protein synthesis and embryo genesis.

Let there be Light

The WORD is God

(Sound with Light is holographic Unity :Sonoluminescence)

Empathic Resonance

Resonate communication on a spiritual level is called communion – a resonate “returning to sound” in the Universal Mind of the World’s cry for Peace activates photonic kindling [ T Bearden ] by morphic resonance [ Sheldrake ] resulting in the morphogenetic manifestation of a Keeper of Peace, the leafy robed buddhist monk caught in video, Champion of the Sick, the Poor, the Down-trodden and the Oppressed. It is a rare morphogenetic visitation of the Universal Mind – the Spherical Standing Wave of the Universe. I have invoked Buddha’s gesture of peace for the defendless and innocent along with  the world’s helpless resonators who selflessly prayed for peace. This morphogenetic materialization is a tribute to all peace resonators the world over. This occurred in 2003.

Dr. FHLew

( Malaysia )

The morphogenetic leafy Monk in vigil

The Universal Thought-Form of resonators to spare the innocent

This humble Malaysian fruit is called

Buddha’s Hand

Hong Kong :

One of the most important relics in Buddhism, a fragment of

bone said to be part of a finger of the Buddha, arrived here yesterday…

The finger, which arrived aboard a jet from the northern Chinese city of Xian,will be on display at Hong Kong’s convention and exhibition centre from to-day, the Buddha’s birthday.

The fragment was unearthed by chance from a buried shrin near Xian by rescuers who were cleaning up a temple in 1987. It is believed to have been carried to the city by monks from northern India about 200 years after Buddha’s death in 485 BC. Worshippers here declared its arrival as the most important event in the former British colony’s recent history. Thousands of Buddhist monks from all over southern China gathered at the centre for the relic’s arrival…. AFP.

Star, Front Page, 26  Wednesday May 2004, Malaysia

The Living Void [ Physical Vacuum ]

Form is emptiness, and emptiness is indeed form. Emptiness is not different from Form,Form is not different from Emptiness. What is Form that

is Emptiness, what is Emptiness that is Form ? The Physical Vacuum, as it is called in Field Theory, is not a state of mere nothingness but contains the potentiality for all forms of the particle world. These forms,in turn, are not independent physical entities but merely transcient manifestations of the underlying Void. The Great Void cannot but consist of Chi, Prana or Vital Force; this  Zero Point Energy, Chi or etheric nothingness cannot but condense to form all things; and these things cannot but become dispersed so as to form , once more ,the Great Void. At the time of its condensation, can one say otherwise than that this is but temporary? But at the time of its dispersing, can one hastily say that it is then non-existent ? Thus Chi condenses and disperses rhythmically, bringing forth all forms which eventually dissolve into the Void. Solid objects with Form dissipate quanta

as Colour. Thus, no Form, No Colour.

Thoughts ,as visualised speech heard in silent reading, prayer or observation, are osseous

vibrations amplified in mineralised body cavities. Concentration of metals in all bio-objects creates their specific electromagnetic characteristics. In the human system, Calcium Phosphate is of prime importance since bone tissue acts as a ground-earth wave conductor for Extremely Low Frequency [ ELF ]

currents; Manganese reacts with terrestrial magnetic fields and Nitrogen as a mitogenetic agent.

Ormus and m-state elements such as

Cobalt Nickel








are  normally metallic elements in a spectroscopically “invisible” non-metallic form.

These m-state elements have been observed to exhibit superconductivity, superfluidity, Josephson tunneling and magnetic levitation.

These m-state elements are also present in many biological systems

The ORMUS elements might provide the missing link in our understanding of the relationship between mind and matter


The Electromagnetic Line of Force propagates


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Morphic Pilot Theory: Toward an Extension of Quantum Physics that Better Explains Psi Phenomena

Ben Goertzel Novamente LLC 1405 Bernerd Place Rockville MD 20851 June 24, 2010

While the empirical data supporting the existence of psi phenom-
ena is now quite strong, the search for a theoretical understanding of
these phenomena has been much less successful. Here a class of exten-
sions of quantum physics is proposed, which appear broadly consistent
both with existing physics data and with the body of data regarding
psi phenomena. The basic idea is to view “subquantum uctuations”
as biased randomness, where the bias embodies a tendency to convey
physical impulse between parts of spacetime with similar pattern or
form. In a Bohmian interpretation of quantum physics, this biasing
would take the form of a “morphic pilot wave,” with a bias to move
in directions of greater “similarity of patternment” (or more colorfully,
“morphic resonance”). In a Feynman interpretation, it would take the
form of a biasing of the measure used within path integrals, so as to
give paths in directions of greater morphic resonance a greater weight.
Theories in this class could take many possible equational forms, and
several such forms are displayed here to exemplify the approach.
1 Introduction
The empirical data supporting the existence of psi phenomena { such as
certain types of precognition, extrasensory perception and psychokinesis { is
now quite strong. A reasonable survey of several parts of the literature may
be found in [?]. While there is still considerable skepticism in the scienti c
1community regarding the validity of these results, my own attitude is well
summarized by saying that I empathize with the following statement by
physicist and psi researcher Dean Radin [?]:
“After studying these phenomena as a scientist for about 30 years, I’ve
concluded that some psychic abilities are genuine, and as such, there are
important aspects of the prevailing scienti c worldview that are seriously
incomplete. I’ve also learned that many people who claim to have unfail-
ingly reliable psychic abilities are often delusional or mentally ill, and that
there will always be reprehensible con artists who claim to be psychic and
charge huge sums for their “services.” These two classes of so-called psychics
are the targets of celebrated prizes o ered by magicians for demonstrations
of psychic abilities. Those prizes are safe because the claimed abilities of
these people either do not exist at all, or they’re much weaker than sincere
claimants may wish to believe. There is of course a huge anecdotal literature
about psychic abilities, but the evidence that convinced me is the accumu-
lated laboratory performance by people who do not claim to possess special
abilities, collected under controlled conditions and published in peer-reviewed
scienti c journals.
“There is ample room for scholarly debate about these topics, and I know
a number of informed scientists whom I respect who have reached di erent
conclusions. But I’ve also learned that those who assert with great con dence
that there isn’t any scienti cally valid evidence for psychic abilities just don’t
know what they’re talking about.”
But, although the data supporting the existence of psi phenomena is
impressive, the search for a theoretical understanding of these phenomena
has been much less successful. Recent data correlating the strength of psi
phenomena with Local Sidereal time are fascinating in their suggestion of
a possible connection between performance and the orientation of the psi
experiencer, the earth and the xed stars [?]; but even if correct these data
lead us only a very short way toward an explanatory theory.
It is not entirely clear whether the extant psi data is consistent with
currently accepted physics theories. One of the many subtle points involved
here is the fact that currently accepted physics theories are not wholly con-
sistent with each other; e.g. general relativity has not yet been reconciled
with the Standard Model (of the electromagnetic, weak and strong forces)
in any generally accepted way. A large variety of uni ed eld theories has
been proposed, in attempt to remedy this situation, and it’s not entirely
clear which would be compatible with psi phenomena. Also, the quantum
theory of measurement is still a subject of signi cant dispute among experts.
A number of theorists have suggested that psi phenomena may be as-
2sociated with macroscopic quantum phenomena [?], and it is hard to deny
the conceptual resonance between psi and quantum peculiarities such as
nonlocal correlation. However, quantum physics does not provide any clear
explanation of why psi phenomena would occur; and a careful consideration
of the likely implications of quantum physics for brain dynamics render it
rather unlikely-looking that a purely quantum-theoretic explanation of psi
could succeed [?]. The perspective underlying the present paper is that,
while a purely quantum-theoretic explanation of psi is not ruled out by our
current understanding of quantum physics, it seems more likely that an
extension of contemporary quantum physics is needed to account for psi.
Burns [?, ?] has promoted a similar perspective, and has proposed that
psi involves the interaction of quantum dynamics with an additional dy-
namic, outside the scope of currently recognized physics, that orders micro-
scopic uctuations that quantum theory considers random. She has then
carefully explored how it might be possible for a biasing or patterning in
quantum-level uctuations to give rise to psi phenomena via an impact on
brain activity. According to her calculations, roughly 4,000 molecules must
have their uctuations ordered to initiate a physical action in the brain.
Based on this, she has has proposed a model by which various psi phenom-
ena could be produced by the ordering of quantum uctuations. Within
Burns’s framework, the hypothesis presented in this paper may be viewed
as a more speci c theory of how the “ordering” of quantum-level uctuations
may occur.
Another source of inspiration for the present ideas is Rupert Sheldrake’s
[?] notion of a “morphic eld.” According to Sheldrake’s view, psi is related
with a “morphic eld” that causes forms or patterns in one part of the
universe, to bias the formation of other forms or patterns in other parts
of the universe. This biasing is proposed to occur in a manner that does
not depend on distance in the same way that known physical forces do,
and that is consistent with observed psi data. The idea is conceptually
appealing, and harks back to earlier philosophical notions such as Charles
Peirce’s “tendency to take habits” [?]. However, in Sheldrake’s work the
laws of behavior of the morphic eld are not speci ed, nor is the relation
between the morphic eld and the known physical forces { limitations that
make the morphic eld hypothesis very dicult to rigorously test.
In this brief, speculative conceptual paper, it is suggested to explore ex-
tending quantum physics in a manner that supports the biasing of quantum-
level uctuations according to morphic- eld type dynamics. The idea is only
sketched here, and requires much more elaboration and calculation before it
can be considered a precise physics hypothesis. However, at a coarse level,
3the idea appears consistent with existing physics data, and also provides
a conceptual explanation for many aspects of the body of data regarding
psi phenomena. The basic idea is to view “subquantum uctuations” as
biased randomness, where the bias displays properties roughly similar to
Sheldrake’s “morphic eld,” { i.e. a bias to convey physical impulse between
parts of spacetime with similar pattern or form. In a Bohmian interpretation
of quantum physics, this biasing would take the form of a “morphic pilot
wave,” with a bias to move in directions of greater “morphic resonance.”
In a Feynman interpretation, it would likely take the form of a biasing of
the measure used within path integrals, so as to give paths in directions of
greater morphic resonance a greater weight. Theories in this class could take
many possible equational forms, and a few such form are displayed here for
sake of concreteness; however, the main point of the paper is not to propose
a particular equation, but rather to identify a promising-looking class of

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