So, I’m driving today in the wonderful sun, thinking about the structure of infinite systems and the immensity of connections between everything, the amount of information actually flowing through low frequency (ELF) waves. I was reminded of this amazing Cambridge professor and philosopher, CD Broad, and he has this magnificent quote:
“The suggestion is that the function of the brain and nervous system and sense organs is in the main eliminative and not productive. Each person is at each moment capable of remembering all that ever happened to him and of perceiving everything that is happening everywhere in the universe. The function of the brain and nervous system is to protect us for being overwhelmed and confused by this mass of largely useless and irrelevant knowledge, by shutting out most of what we should otherwise perceive or remember at any moment, and leaving only that very small and special selection which is likely to be practically useful. ”
And in this quote, he’s really speaking of the Thalmus gland — the reducing valve as Aldous Huxley called it. That which controls what we take in to our conscious mind at any given moment. But, the reducing valve is not a static mechanism. One’s bandwidth changes to some degree from moment to moment. And I think all people have had moments of CLARITY at times, moments where there were really picking up on everything, moments where the sky was a little more blue than usual and the clouds had a greater shade of purple.
So, when I was very young (like 14 or 15 years old) I had this very unusual and life changing experience. I found it quite terrifying, but it’s one of those things that changes everything… your entire trajectory, everything you were ever meant to be. This one little experience completely reshaped the universe and time itself. But, in a way, it’s not so much the experience itself that’s important, but rather the response, the impact, the result. The next morning, I was utterly COMPELLED by something to know something. I found myself at the local library — at this point in my life I lived in a little shit kicker town just north of Austin — Round Rock. We always use to joke because they literally named this town after a big fucking round rock in the middle of a creek. It’s like, whoopty-doo… really guys. Round rock…
I mean, I can literally picture a group of dopey looking men in their cowboy hats all circled around this rock, all being REALLY impressed.
The 15 year old version of sherrie would make stupid jokes, like calling it “Round Cock, Texas” or “crack rock, texas” — still makes me giggle a little. [attached a pic of this creature]
I was a little troubled as a teen — big surprise right? haha
But, I’m in this library making my way back to the science section in search of something… something I wasn’t able to quite articulate at the time, just something I wanted to know, something I HAD TO know… I JUST had to know.
I picked through and chose about 7 or 8 books on physics, quantum mechanics, chemistry, astrophysics. The one book that I always remember by name is this book called “Beyond Einstein”. This is where sherrie was introduced to the ideas of harmonic resonance — Super String Theory. It’s described as this massive blanket of fibers making up and connecting everything in some way, and the fibers resonate in chords like a violin. Depending on the resonance structure we get variation on physical phenomena.
An example of what I mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yaqUI4b974
Just like the periodic table where the model shows additional protons creating new physical phenomena (as in the molecular difference between lead and gold), harmonics ultimately govern the underlying structure of quantum layer. It’s all about RESONANCE in the end.
Tesla knew this. This is what many of his experiments were based on, the oscillation of energy waves. I mean if you think about it, most of an atom is empty space. What gives solid things their “solidity” is the frequency in which it’s atoms and quanta vibrate, and the magnetic “strings” that connect them. But in reality, there is no solidity, this is only an illusion of the mind, the way we process the information we’ve received.
When people hear the phrase “brain waves” they never actually thing about, well, what is a brain wave? It’s the information contained within the thought resonating through the universe. Just like in wave biology, the DNA strand emits it’s information through ELF, the brain communicates it’s thoughts through a similar mechanism to the telomere, the pineal gland — the eye of horace. This is what the CIA [https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/collection/stargate] was investigating back in the cold war days — attached summary report (don’t worry, this one is declassified). But, they actually had a team of people that they deemed psychic called Remove Viewers. They found a way to use people that could pick up these “useless”‘ information signals and they trained them as spys. But, now they are making machines to do the same thing, machines that use brain wave patterns as an information input [http://www.govexec.com/technology/2017/05/military-using-human-brain-waves-teach-robots-how-shoot/137624/]
So, people pick up more than they thing they do from each other, whether they know it or not. People can literally resonate with each other, they feel electric around each other [or they repel — it all depends on the level of resonance] And these ways in which people resonate are also not static, they change. It’s like these damn scientists at the university I went to for undergrad. They are in this lab with fishtanks full of yogurt. So, they are pouring milk in to one tank of yogurt and measuring the electrical responses of the yogurt i the other tank. Each time they would feed the yogurt in tank 1, the yogurt in tank 2 would respond electrically. (this is what they spend their grant money on, right)
What they couldn’t figure out is how tank 2 knew to respond when it was physically separated from tank 1. They tried increasing the distance by using two completely different labs; they tried putting lead walls between the tanks… but the yogurt always responded just the same.