I was reading a posting concerning the Nazi Bell and its general effects on space-time (and the Philly Experiment, et al) and noticed this document,
which I will reference for my question (at P7, 3/4 way down more or less):
"...They don't require terawatts per particle like the Quantum Mechanics community would suggest, but they do appear more readily when you have a
lot of energy compressed into a small area. ...it's a lot of low-energy particles that modify time-space, not a single high-energy particle."
It then got me thinking about Tulpa and other 'unnatural' phenomenon that are seemingly 'natural' in occurance, by that I mean, we as humans can
produce phenomena external to ourselves without any other means than thought. I also want to throw into the mix things like what happens when people
take medication or abuse substances (I hopefully aren't going to get warned by mentioning it in this way because its part of my theory/question?).
I myself, due to some sort of weird genetic error suffer from chronic, acute pain, and occasionally, purely by accident I mix two of my tablets
together, that seperately are completely benign in that they are for controlling sickness and muscle relaxation. When accidentally taken together
they cause what I can only term, hallucinations that are unnaturally pyshical to the person suffering from them (similarly others who have abused
substances comment on reoccuring oddies suffered by people from all over the globe like 'skin bugs', or seeing people, disembodied voices, acute
visual stimulations, etc), both auditory and visually. I find it quite interesting that a lot of people are now seeing 'Shadow People' who perhaps
would never have noticed before, coincidence?
Given, that over the centuries, those who were shamans, priests, etc to the masses, and essentially taught what everyone else believed, consumed
psychoactive substances regularly, did this have an effect on 'nature'...?
Sorry to waffle, but I wanted to lay out the framework for my questions (as well as the above one), which is this:
Given that the above text suggests that on 'universe' scale, small things add up to more energy than big things (as it rightfully should), can we,
as living batteries and EM generators give off some sort of 'thought radiation' that either allows us to tune into what is REALLY out there but we
can't naturally see, or do we ourselves produce the effects like aliens, bigfoot, phantom animals, etc just by thought alone? Given that energy can
only be changed, what happens to the excess energy we as humans produce when we have ideas and dreams? Is this in some way perhaps how the universe
functions - we are the batteries that make it all run, and its sole purpose as an existance is BECAUSE we believe it to be so?
Is that what Bender postulised, where exactly UFOs come from? Our darkest desires and ideas given flesh - would we all not be somewhat paranoid after
seeing them, and therefore perhaps CREATE our own MIBs with which to silence ourselves, because we cannot truly comprehend and believe what we have
seen ourselves? Who is our harshest critic but oneself?
Jack Sarfatti himself postulises that UFOs could be made to run by psychokenetic energy (mind over matter), so perhaps this isn't that far fetched.
If we all believe in our subcontious the universe exists, why shouldn't it? Think that sometimes prayer and other 'esoteric/supernatural' methods
have been known to produce actual, physical effects.
Crowley apparently produced that tulpa like being that looks so much like a grey, and then they broke onto our 'screens'. Perhaps the mind is
powerful enough to produce physical effect in and of itself.