Perhaps the greatest mystery of human experience is consciousness itself. Today, the fields of neuroscience and neurotechnology provide astounding insights into the electrical and chemical processes of the brain. Consequently, institutional science proposes with confidence that the brain alone creates conscious experience. Yet despite all that science has learned, the very source and essence of consciousness remains a puzzle. Thunderbolts colleague Dr. Michael Clarage shares with us his thoughts on the enduring mysteries of consciousness.
The arrow paradox
It begins with contemplating about a paradoxon which is called “arrow paradox“.
In the arrow paradox, Zeno (old ancient Greek man who got a lot of time to think about this and that) states that for motion to occur, an object must change the position which it occupies. He gives an example of an arrow in flight. He states that in any one (duration-less) instant of time, the arrow is neither moving to where it is, nor to where it is not. It cannot move to where it is not, because no time elapses for it to move there; it cannot move to where it is, because it is already there. In other words, at every instant of time there is no motion occurring. If everything is motionless at every instant, and time is entirely composed of instants, then motion is impossible.
Quantum jumps and moments in time
We know that the smallest particles are behaving like a cloud of probability. At the moment of observation this cloud of probability collapses for a short time to a particle. Well, it does not really collapse to a particle, but we receive the information of it’s location, which we perceive as a location. This is the trick our mind plays with us. Matter is not really solid, but the information of it’s velocity (time), direction (vector) or it’s location (space) is stable, especially for macroscopic objects. Motion is not really fluid, but a series of considerations, moments of observation.
It’s like the information of the state of a particle unfolds during the observation and we become aware of it. Observing a particle for a extended period of time in a focused manner, will freeze it’s state and it’s evolution through time. This phenomenon has real life applications in quantum freezer, but in ancient times the vicinity of angels prevented the “wearing out of garments and sandals for 40 years in the desert“.
Consciousness is the pre-physical field
The general assumption is that our brain generates by random electro-chemical processes a state which is regarded as consciousness. This materialistic axiom leads to affirmations of the believe that no free will exist, that it is only a illusion, and therefore responsibility is refused for their actions. This paradigma makes part of the deterministic world views. Particles has a own existence, independent of an intelligent creator, isolated from consciousness.
A new paradigm emerge which understands consciousness as a pre-physical field, which generates space and time for communication purposes, uses mathematics as universal language, reflecting it’s own self-similar character on everything which later forms a physical representation. This physical representations are part of our own nature. The chemical elements seems to reflect psychological states, as known in homeopathy (see Jan Scholten’s theory on Elements). Their order, mass, properties and so on, has not only a justifications and benefits in the physical world, but their invisible part known as morphic fields interacts with our mind. It’s like the entire universe is inside us … but this is a metaphor. Sure we are part of a greater immaterial organism and each one of us is interconnected on a immaterial and nonlocal basis.
Paradoxes and phenomenas reveals the real nature of the universe
I cannot stress enough how important it is to harmonize your scientific world view with your spiritual one. It’s requires not only a rethinking of how our universe works, but also a unlearning of tenacious ideas of materialistic origin. When one then is confronted with apparently paradoxes, the understanding reaches a big impediment, and usually most people runs towards the so called “experts” and ask them for help. The only answer they get is one based on materialistic assumptions.
But the nonlocality phenomenon in quantum physics, the entanglement phenomenon (one and the same as the nonlocality phenomenon), the quantum zeno paradox, and so on, they should lead one towards a consciousness based world view, where unity is the real healthy state and not isolation, and where a thought or a intent has a impact on the physical level of our reality. Instead so many paradoxes and phenomenas are considered taboos in mainstream science.
Good news, the “underground” science community has already adopted the new paradigm and it makes great progress, notwithstanding the lack of funds for research. The paradigm shift will not occur by any change through the company sustained researches, which have a good financial reasons to protect the old world view.
DNA as a interface and structure analogy
Our DNA is a key towards the invisible realm of memory. It reflects self-similarity, a property of consciousness. Russians scientists observed that DNA is able to imprint it’s signature in space and that this signature shifts in frequency with time, going towards higher frequencies. They discovered this by placing a DNA sample in a small chamber for measurements with a laser. The laser stimulates the DNA and it vibrates in a certain frequency with overtones, which is the signature of the DNA, the “private key“, also known by other scientists like Benveniste or Montagnier in the west. After removing the DNA from the chamber, the space continued to vibrate in the same frequency as the DNA. The frequency shift with time to higher frequencies, and eventually it could not be measured anymore because of the technological limits.
Montagnier, based on the works of Benveniste, proved that the EM signature of the DNA is able to imprint itself in water. The anomalous water properties enables it to carry the signal with it, as known in homeopathy as the carrier substance per excellence. By putting a drop of the water in a DNA polymerase solution and starting a polymerase chain reaction, a copy of the original DNA is reconstructed. It’s like the EM signatures is able to get a link towards the morphic field of the DNA and then it is recrystallized to a physical representation. Indeed this is a good scientific proof for the ability of the “field” to remember everything and it’s the base of understanding how a resurrection could be possible (in scientific terms).
If you have ever played with the idea to buy a quantum computer, don’t do it! First, it costs 15 million dollar and you need some extra money for the installation, maintenance and operation costs. Second, you get only one quantum computing unit for 15 million dollar. Third, the interface towards the QCU is too slow in order to reach a real advance for playing games … what else would you do with a quantum computer?
But inside yourself you have already QCUs on mass. In each cell your DNA is a fully operational quantum computer, able to perform additions, subtractions, divisions, multiplications and more. Just calculate the costs of yourself … no money of the world could be enough to pay for this super quantum computer. We are perfect. No comparisons to man made machines.
On the quantum state, even with the higher body temperature, our DNA is the interface between our consciousness. We memorize thoughts not inside the limited hardware of our brain, but thanks to this “alien technology” our brain transforms our thoughts into morphic fields and imprint them into the space fabric. We have a limitless memory capacity. You can make the maths for yourself. How much memory does it require to save one day of visual data reaching our eyes? This is a homework. Just a hint, we perceive a higher resolution than only 12k!
The cosmological standard for a Christian is Genesis 1:1, that in the beginning God created heavens and earth. By acknowledging this as one’s own personal world view, the cosmology is based on spirit, mind, and everything else derives from consciousness. The origin is immaterial and matter is a construct of the mind, like a idea or a thought. So this is called the idealistic world view.
Materialism instead claims that matter is “real” in that sense, that it could exist even without a intelligent being. This means that a particle has a kind of independence on it’s own, able to exist without a consciousness which keeps it “alive“. This inherent tendency of materialism for independence and isolation is reflected by whom has this world view. All theories of materialism denies the existence of a creator and therefore scientific facts which undoubtedly proves a design in nature are just ignored. Instead the gaps which forms inside their imperfect world view are filled with “constants“, dogmas, unproved hypothesis (like big bang, dark matter and dark energy, black holes, tachyons, macroscopic evolution … ) and so on.
There are a variety of world views which seems to be in harmony with Christian faith, but they reveal to be materialistic in their core. This leads always to dualism, which is a contradiction. For example pantheism, it claims that some kind of spirit resides in each stone or plant or element, is in real a materialistic world view. It has as it’s base matter as independent entity and additionally a spirit component. Between matter and spirit is a strict distinction and this is dualism.
Idealistic monism on the other part is non-dualistic. It says that “mind is the base of everything“, which is the only scientific theory in harmony with Genesis 1:1. Think about it: Why should God create a physical universe which is absolutely independent from a conscious observer? Quantum mechanics proves that matter is affected by an observer. This does not happen just because particles communicate with each other by other obscure particles and so they adjust their behavior to the expectations of the observer. The materialistic approach only creates the necessity to explain everything with more and more layers of complicated hypothesis.
By changing one’s own world view to the idealistic one, things makes finally more sense. It then makes sense that we should be aware of our thoughts, because they affect other beings, even physical reality. For example after Adam sinned in the garden of Eden, the earth produced thorns and thistles. Many people have witnessed what a “green thumb” means, a remarkable influence of our own attitudes toward plants, which let them grow faster and even heal them. Materialists have the tendency to use swearwords when confronted with this kind of facts. Their arrogance is reflected in their attitude, in their facial expression and in their aggressiveness how they deny certain undeniable aspects of reality.
If the mind is the base of everything, then we are all interconnected, in contrast to materialism which promotes isolation of systems. Certain phenomenas, which are regarded as impossible by materialism, makes only sense with consciousness as the co-creator of reality. For example nonlocality is a anomaly for materialists. For the idealistic world view nonlocality is the norm and it makes more sense that the mind generates space for communication purposes. If scientists don’t make any progress in cosmology, then it depends on their world view. The search for the ultimate “god particle” wasted billions, which made no sense in a world where people dies of malnutrition. Such a immoral misbehavior is only possible with a materialistic world view promoting isolation and independence. The biggest discoveries was made in the mind of a scientist, in his kitchen or in his backyard, but not in a underground facility protected by armed security agents and with a budget of billion of dollars.
Nature may be very complex, but not complicated. It is not made of different layers of lies. But if scientists continue to promote the materialistic world view, they will never make a real sense of the wonders of nature.
Compounds which are crystallizing in nature for million of years don’t change their melting point. At least not considerably. Instead compounds which exist only since 100 years or less have a melting point which increase since they was discovered. The melting point increase until it reach a stable point. The rate of melting point increase is similar to the curve of the charging of a capacitor, fast at the beginning and slow at the end when it reaches a saturation.
This was observed for new chemical derivates like Aspirin (8 degrees), D-Penicillamine (20 degrees) or cocaine hydrochloride (13 degrees).
How can this be explained?
Rupert Sheldrake wrote in his book “New Science of Life” that morphic resonance leads towards an increased rate of crystallization the more often a compound is crystallized. An increase in morphic field strength should also cause crystal to be more stable and harder to destroy. So crystals break up when they are heated to their melting point, therefore a stronger morphic field should cause the melting point to increase, especially for new kinds of crystals.
Many people believe now that thoughts generates morphic fields and the repetition of similar thoughts makes these fields stronger. This phenomenon is even used by the publicity industry.
But who could imagine that this invisible morphic fields have also an effect on physical reality?
Some technologies and methods may use this phenomenon for producing remedies. For example in homeopathy the repeated succussion. The repetition of the succussion bounds the morphic field of the original substance to the carrier substance (water for example). They don’t seem to have a direct effect on physical reality, but biological organisms reacts on homeopathy. At least water is very suggestible to morphic fields and this becomes visible when it is frozen. Organisms seems to be able to communicate on that level, sharing information and creating new invisible and immaterial fields. Every memory we have is such a field.
Could it be, that if certain fields becomes more abundant and stronger, that “things happens“, changing physical reality, altering some physical constants, making them variable?
Rupert Sheldrake also wrote about physical constants, like the light speed. It is proven, that light speed is not a constant. Just read the historical data.
In this video, British biologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative scientists, describes how science is being constricted by unexamined assumptions that have hardened into dogmas. These dogmas not only put arbitrary limits on the depth and scope of science, but may well be dangerous for the future of humanity.
According to these dogmas, all of reality is material or physical; the world is an inanimate machine; nature is purposeless; free will is an illusion; notions of higher orders of consciousness and absolute (“God”) awareness exist only as ideas in human minds, which are themselves nothing but electrochemical processes imprisoned within our skulls.
So Dr. Sheldrake asks: should science be an ideology or belief system, or should it reclaim its birthright as an unbiased, open-ended method of inquiry? In his latest book, SCIENCE SET FREE, he argues that the materialist ideology is moribund; under its sway, increasingly expensive research is reaping diminishing returns while societies around the world are paying the price. In the skeptical spirit of true science, SCIENCE SET FREE turns ten fundamental dogmas of materialist science into exciting questions, and shows how all of them open up startling new possibilities for discovery. This book may well challenge your view of what is real and what is possible.
How often has you heard “Clean up your room!” from your parents?
Consciousness is order and it transfers order to lower realms, like a room in which all toys and books and CDs are dispersed in a chaotic manner. It enables in our body a negentropic effect, pushing out entropy.
Our consciousness change the probability of neurons to fire at a certain point in time. By doing this it does not even break a “natural law“, like the law of energy conservation. It is information which changes. You know, we need in our brain thousands of neurons to fire synchronously in order to move our hand and fingers and to type the text on our keyboard. This does not happen by pure change. But neurons seems to fire out of the blue. Where is the trigger for doing this? It is obvious that external trigger, in the surrounding of a nerve cell, could supply a strong enough signal in order to stimulate that cell to fire. And yes, it happens all the time. This kind of random noise exist in our brain. But how small are the change that thousands of neurons fires synchronously repeating patterns? Materialistic science will not deliver you a satisfactory answer, because they regard the mind as just chemical byproduct of the brain chemistry.
If our consciousness is nonlocal, on the time line, then it will alter probabilities only where similar structures in space exist.
Mind / Brain interface
You know cymatics, the study of visible sound co vibration?
Similar to cymatics our DNA is a kind of visible key, like the SSL key used by a computer to transfer data in secure manner. Our consciousness tunes into our brain, because it’s structure represents a analogy of our mind. It’s not our brain that produce consciousness, but it’s the mind. Like a standing wave it forms a structure in space, a morphic field which “informs“.
From this point of view our mind has real power over matter. It can alter chaotic states in our brain and force them to take over ordered patterns.
There comes another question in our mind. If my mind is nonlocal, how is it that my mind does not influence the brains of other people?
Well, … it does, just a little bit, …
How strong the influence is, depends on the similarity. Twins will share more similarities than other people. Parents, especially mothers, feels if something happen to their children, even if they are miles away. This nonlocality phenomenon is very common. Most people who experience this kind of ESP don’t bother about the science. They just “know“.
People who are in love with each other will also experience strong ESP. They share “similar thought patterns“, or even better, they share “similar emotions“, which enables a better nonlocal connection.
Even if some information “leaks through“, most informations are filtered. The “security mechanism” behind this consists in great part in our DNA. It’s unique structure is a key between our mind and our brain. So it may be that 0,001% of our thoughts leaks into the collective field of consciousness, but the bigger part is private.
How to transfer order into electronics?
By observing nature we can copy it. Our neuron cells contains microtubules, which are in a very chaotic state. Indeed inside the microtubules dominates a quantum state. Our mind is able to alter the outcome of the “dice thrown” inside this structure. Interesting fact is, that the DNA is not around the microtubules, so the structure of the microtubules does not represent a similarity to our individual consciousness. Although the DNA is only in vicinity, it seems to enable the mind / brain interface to work.
Well, one thing which is commonly overseen is the role of water in cells. They form super-clusters under the influence of electromagnetic radiation. Our DNA in our cells influences the water and the water influences the microtubules. So water forms a bridge between our consciousness and our body.
Now what we need is to put a small system in a chaotic state. This can be achieved with a zener diode in a special circuit.
The output of the zener diode is amplified and the result is a “white noise”.
Scientists at Princeton University analyzed this kind of true random numbers generated by white noise and they discovered that it contains a strong deviation from the so called “standard deviation“. The deviation from standard occurred especially if the “intent” of the observer was to push the outcome to one extreme.
Now here are some key factors:
awareness (life force, consciousness)
chaotic state (quantum state)
Our consciousness has a natural tendency to order chaotic states. It indeed depends on chaotic states, for example quantum states in our neurons, in order to communicate information. We could call the “chaos” on microscopic scale a “listening mode” or a “uncertainty mode“, like a blank canvas waiting for color.
I’m sure that some people will contact me and ask me if this informations could be misused by someone with bad intentions. Well, yes, it is actually misused by a lot of people, including governments agencies and religious organizations like the Vatican. Just look at the architecture of the Vatican and their false religion. It impose on people a certain thought pattern, someone talking from high above to people staying in a round square, with a phallus symbol (the obelisk) and all the big columns. I will write more on the misuse in another post.
Action at a distance and nonlocality appears to be spooky and supernatural. But indeed locality is not normal at all. Look at how the atom is composed: A nucleus and some electrons flying around the orbit … eehhhm, nope, this is the old school model for kids and a very materialistic one. Electrons are considered in quantum mechanics as a cloud of probabilities and the nucleus too. They are not here on the specific x,y,z coordinates, even if we observe them. During a measurement in laboratory we can determine only the reaction the atom has at a certain time moment on a specific coordinate, but after this observation we don’t know where the atom is. This would require another observation or measurement of it’s supposed location.
Magnetism too is a action at a distance, like gravity, which occurs on macroscopic scale. So why do (we) most people regard locality as normal? This is because of our way we perceive reality and I’m sure that it is colored by our world view. By changing the world view from materialism to idealism, mind as the ground of being, then locality becomes something exotic and strange. This is not a little step and very difficult to achieve.
Some philosophical thought experiments exist on locality, like the Zeno paradox. You should consider them to study, especially the quantum zeno paradox, which helps to understand that locality is just a illusion generated by our mind.
No truly coherent cosmology can fail to address human consciousness. As Wal Thornhill has written, “A real cosmology must be a broad and coherent natural philosophy. It may always be incomplete, based on our limitations, but to be valid there can be no exceptions in our experience. In particular, cosmology must address issues of life and the human condition. Therefore it must be a truly interdisciplinary pursuit.”
Today, perhaps the ultimate unsolved mystery of human life is: how and why does consciousness exist? Although some scientific literature still acknowledges that the question remains open, the overwhelming consensus among neuroscientists today is that the brain alone creates conscious experience. However, for decades, acclaimed scientists around the world have conducted research into consciousness that provides a very different picture. One of the most remarkable of these researchers is Dr. Gary Schwartz, professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery at the University of Arizona and director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health. We asked Dr. Gary Schwartz for his thoughts on the mystery of consciousness.
Mistaking the _image_ of a process for the _cause_ of the process is the biggest error ever made in the name of science. This video shows how this error has gripped Western thinking when it comes to the relationship between mind and brain. It also shows how reality is much simpler than the contrived worldview derived from the error. The video is an excerpt from Bernardo’s Science and Non-Duality (SAND) Europe 2013 presentation.