posted on May, 6 2005 @ 07:57 AM
Based on personal experience, I'd have to say its true. I had my first MRI (I've had six) in August of 2001, and within days had the most profound
psychic experience of my life. Man, I showed up on their radar big time that night, and they almost got me on my way home. By 'they' I mean those
that monitor and try to control or direct psychic energy, and don't think for a second that 'they' don't exist, and aren't well organized and
entrenched in powerful positions.
Anyway, the article on ATSNN about MRIs being used to read thoughts got me thinking about all that again, and I decided to start a related thread and
see if anyone else has had weird psychic experiences after having an MRI.
SCI/TECH: New Technology
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Works
To understand how MRI works, let's start by focusing on the "Magnetic" in MRI. The biggest and most important component in an MRI system is the
magnet. The magnet in an MRI system is rated using a unit of measure known as a Tesla. Another unit of measure commonly used with magnets is the
gauss. One Tesla = 10,000 gauss. The magnets in use today in MRI are in the 0.5 Tesla to 2.0 Tesla range, or 5,000 to 20,000 gauss. Magnetic fields
above 2 Tesla have not been approved for use in medical imaging, though much more powerful magnets up to 60 tesla are used in research. Compared with
the earth's 0.5 gauss magnetic field, you can see how incredibly powerful these magnets are."
All that magnetic force exerted on the body has to have some kind of polarizing effect, doesn't it? I've been told, by an unreliable source, that
MRIs line up blood cells via polarization and this aides blood flow. But what effect does it have on the brain, and the psyche?
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
I put this last article link in because I might be crazy and maybe she could help me. No, no, really I put it in because the author talks about the
two sides, objective and subjective, to this study, and this new technology is bridging them.
[edit on 6-5-2005 by Icarus Rising]