Written by Elizabeth Donavan
Many years ago I read “Mysticism and the New Physics” by Michael Talbot, and it gave me a different perspective on the universe—it opened my mind up a little bit to see other possibilites—that perhaps this solid reality was less substantial than we thought. And as I read other works that linked eastern philosophies with quantum physical concepts, I began to see a convergence rather than a divergence.
The turning point for me was reading the Kybalion, by the Three Initiates. It told about the “all within the all”, a recursive concept if there ever were one. It continued with “as above, so below”, and other Hermetic concepts. It was as if I were in kindergarten all those years, and then this dropped into my lap at just the right time. The synchronicity was astounding.
I was at a friend’s house and he came over and handed me a sheaf of photocopied papers an inch thick. That was the book. He said, “You need to read this...NOW! Something told me to copy this for you. Take your time.” So I did. I put the sheaf in a zip up bag that I had, and would read it whenever I could. It resonated so strongly with me like so few books ever could. Later I would read 2150 AD by Thea Alexander, and I noted some Hermetic overtones in the Macro Philosophy.
After speaking with some scientist-philosophers, one had an interesting take on the subject. “What we perceive is dependent on our world view. Philosophy is the scaffolding...the framework of that perception. It limits us, but if our world view is large enough, then we see a little bit farther than most, and can share that vision with those that have the same level of comprehension.” I saw the truth in that.
I became just as hungry for philosophy as science. It seemed to balance things, and understood how they both would weave a tapestry of deeper perception. So I went from electronic theory to Macro Philosophy, from quantum physics to Theosophy, from the Many Worlds Hypothesis to I-Ching and Hermetic Laws of manifestation. I saw links everywhere.
The all within the all was the same as the Mandlebrot theory of fractality, and the fractal universe. It all seemed to be converging. In fact, the Hermetic “all” was the same as Rupert Sheldrake’s morphogenic field—a universal field of intelligence that permeates everything—the same as the “force” in Star Wars.
We lived in a sea of intelligence, and matter itself was not dead, but alive. I learned psychometry—the discipline that accessed the intelligence field in matter, and could see images that were imprinted on car keys and other items. They were memories of the owner, recorded for all time. The Russians had a word for this science—energetics. In the west it was called psychotronics, and it studied the interactions of the standing longitudinal wave structures we call matter, and the longitudinal, or traveling scalar waves that connect all matter in the universe. Einstein called this “spooky action at a distance” or quantum entanglement.
It showed that using Bell’s Theorem, you could prove this was a very real phenomenon. So we have another point of convergence. It explains so many things—telepathy, voodoo, psychotronics, psychometry. They are all caused by the same phenomena. We need to expand our awareness of the physical world, and quantify how these different forces work together to merge into the same cause. There is even new speculation on the physics of consciousness itself, and what it means to be self-conscious, or sentient, and self-aware.
At some point, I can see real world devices that cross the boundaries, and are triggered by the psi field directly, as in the PK switch in 2150 AD. We have something called the SQD, or superconductive quantum detector that can change state with single photons interacting with it. We also have photomultiplier tubes that can do the same thing, and so sensitive they can detect the ghost particle, the neutrino, that can pass through a sheet of lead as thick as the earth before interacting with matter, and detect it as it interacts with a single nucleus.
So we are nearly there.
Also, there are circuits based upon living matter, such as bacteria that can sense fluctuations in the information field. Chris Bird in “The Secret Life of Plants”, showed how this information field in all organisms connects in a kind of internet of life, and can cause eruptions in the collective unconsious such as prophetic dreams. This information field not only propagates forward in time, but backward as well to produce psychic impressions. In his paper “Quantum Entanglement in Time” Martin Jones showed how this information transfer could take place, and explain such things as deja vu, prescience, and other psychic phenomena. This takes the paranormal and makes it normal by explaining how it works.
It’s only spooky if you don’t understand the mechanism. As Arthur C. Clarke once said, “Any science sufficiently advanced would be indistinguishable from magic”. In that case, what is magic anyway? It is a sympathetic resonance in the information field.
Take 2 tuning forks, and strike one to begin it vibrating. Hold the other one close by, and it akes up that resonance, and begins ringing on it’s own. The community called Damanhur discovered this and called it selfics, and are using symbols that have this sympathetic resonance to preserve food, as a way to suppress bacterial growth, as well as other things.
Think of the symbols as the tuning forks for the information field. So now the metaphysical concept of taking someone’s power by knowing their name becomes significant. If they identify with their name, that is their center of power. They resonate with that. This also means that the magical practice of sigils takes on a new meaning. The same would be true of photographs, as the photon pattern that made the photo is entangled with the person in the photo.
Now those superstitious beliefs of some primitive tribes takes on a whole new significance, as they believed that in taking their photo you were stealing their soul. The same would apply to the taboo for graven images, as those would have their own symbolic resonance.
But there are positive aspects to all of this. Rupert Sheldrake mentioned that the amplitude of the morphic field increases to the square of those that have the same intention, and alike mind. This can explain the hundredth monkey effect. How so? Take a look at a light bulb as opposed to a laser. Both can have the same wattage, but the laser can cut sheet steel. Why is that? Because the laser is coherent, and the light coming from the bulb is not. One has a single frequency in a single phase, in a narrow beam. The other is non coherent in phase and frequency, and diverges. When people act together, their morphic fields act in coherence, like the atoms in a laser. When they are all going in separate directions, they are like the light bulb. Society is like that.
When the American Revolution took place, only 3% of the population were for the separation from England, and the rest were unconcerned. Let’s take a look how that works. If we have an intentional community with a 100 people, it affects 10,000 in the neighboring territory. 1000 affects 1,000,000 and so on. This means that about 90,000 can offset the entire planet of 8 billion.
This really is the only way real change takes place, with a small coherent minority leading the way for the incoherent or noncoherent (perhaps I was right the first time) majority. This is why a church full of people can set the pattern for a whole community, or a small political movement for a whole country.
But for those that want to maintain the status quo, the easiest thing to do is to keep people fighting amongst themselves, as a non-coherent populace goes nowhere and is not a threat to the elite. How do you do this? By killing or jailing anyone that is remotely associated with leading a religious or political movement, and promoting crime and corruption. Fear is a control factor, and tends to disrupt coherent thought, and crime—the fear of being robbed, raped or killed—is the best way of doing that.
Another way is the fear of being robbed, raped or killed by the government, so totalitarian laws and edicts are another way of preventing coherence among the masses that they consider to be the enemy. But these diversionary tactics are symptoms that the powers that are soon not to be are themselves afraid of change.
I had a great conversation with a historian once, who considered himself an expert on political history and tactics. It’s amazing what you learn when you load them up on beer, and lend a sympathetic ear. It went like this:
“Do you want to know a dirty little secret that people like me know?” He grabbed a handful of peanuts and looked at them carefully, as if he was trying to divine something from them.
“Sure. I like to learn things from the past. Sometimes it prevents them from happening again, or something like that.”
He laughed, and looked at me oddly. “It has to do with terrorism...the real kind.”
“How many kinds are there? Is it like close encounters by a UFO...4 kinds aren’t there?”
He snorted. “I’m serious. Real terrorism is all state sponsored...” He looked at me again. I thought he was beginning to treat me like an idiot. “Of course it is. Why wouldn’t it be?”
He looked at me a little pained. “No, you don’t get it. It is sponsored by the state to terrorize their own people. Look at the Reichstag fire of Germany.”
“They do it to get their own people to do something they wouldn’t normally do?” I guess I looked surprised.
“Now you got it. That is how it happens without exception. They got that little lesson from the Mafia. You burn down the bar next to your target to shake them down for protection money.”
“Pretty insidious if you ask me...” I wrinkled my nose.
“Of course it is. But it always works that way. Do you understand now why it has been a secret all this time?”
“Yeah...yeah I can see why. But why do they keep using the same playbook?”
“Because they think the peasants are too stupid to catch on. That’s why.” He fished around in the bowl of peanuts for something, and grabbed a handful. Then after he looked at the floor for a while, he said, “I gotta go. I said too much already. I’ll deny I said any of this later, so don’t bother quoting me.”
He went out the door without looking back. I think he was ashamed. At least I would like to think so.
So we see how fear can be used as a diversion. But if the peasants “wise up”, then the game is over, and I think that we are close to that point. The good news is that it doesn’t take all of them for this to happen, as the hundredth monkey effect shows it only takes a small percentage of people acting with coherent consiousness without fear to make major changes.
The rule book that has been used for 2000 years on this planet is about to become obsolete.