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The aethereum and our connection to it.

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posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 11:30 PM
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Please be gentle. Its my first topic.
note: When I am referring to any type of specific information derived from other sources I offer my apologies for not quoting and any direct reference would be appreciated. I read a lot of stuff and I can't remember all of where it came from which ironically may go against what I want to say in this post.

The aethereum.

I cannot think of any other way to describe this particular phenomenon.
I don't know exactly how it works because thinking of it this way is new to me.
Ok, here goes nothing.
A general direction of where I have come to my conclusions.
If there is something out there commonly referred to as clairvoyance, one might guess that this involves seeing the future. One possible future perhaps. There may be something to this.
It may also be possible that our future selves are sending messages back to our past in an effort to inform or (warn) us of something impending thus being mistaken for clairvoyance.
I have read that scientifically controlled test subjects that have not been in any way informed of what they are going to see have displayed actual physical reactions to disturbing/pleasant subject matter as much as 5-9 seconds before they have been observed. Now this would be amazing if it were only a small % of the subjects that displayed this phenomenon. Actually, almost all the subjects did this. Imagine the ramifications if this is true.

This would perhaps indicate that *time*(a man made concept) as we know it might not only flow in one direction but may flow in a myriad of paths, if it even flows at all. Time may only be the observable changes that we encounter and we use it to describe our asymmetrical existence in the universe.
Another postulation would be that energy may be nothing like what we think it is. Some might say that energy exists as some sort of universal informational carrier. Imagine for a moment that "energy" and it's properties can be changed to carry information. Happens all the time. "Computers/Internet".
An article I read in Scientific American Explains that the emissions from black holes may carry the information of the matter that has fallen into it in the form of energy. Somewhere along the way, the constituent matter becomes corrupted and the information/energy is distorted with that of other emissions. But it may be possible with the right algorithm to decode this.

Now we come to thought. Thought may be nothing more than bio-chemical /bio-electric interactions between the various synapses in our brain. There is in fact electricity/energy cascading all around our brains and bodies in addition to various chemical reactions. Thought has often been described as much more than this. That there may well be no physical limitation to it.
The way in which we process information may actually rely on this. With a capacity to connect different pieces of information being the key function of the brain. There are most likely different degrees to how people process information but we may not be strictly limited to it.
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It has also been suggested that simple observation, which requires a definitive thought process actually might influence the out come of whatever is being observed.
Ok.
So time may not be so linear as we think.
Energy has the potential to carry or actually (be) information.
Thought may not be subject to the physical limitations of our universe.

I know. Where is this going already?

Imagine our brains converting energy into thought, and that those thoughts might not be limited to just our brains. Thought may move about in any number of paths including time and or space. Carrying information. A kind of cosmic internet if you will.
IE: THE AETHEREUM.
And there may be those that can somehow intercept a tiny bit of this.
All one might need to do to tap into this is to have the right algorithm working in their brains.

Ok. That was a mouthful.

Please continue to next post.

[edit on 2-10-2008 by reticledc]




posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 11:31 PM
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Nonsense or not, I believe this, that somehow things seeimingly just beyond our normal reach may be more connected than we realize.
Without making any claims to be chastised over, I believe I am an individual that can access this.
Now before I go off the deep end with outlandish claims, I would like to describe my particular experience with a certain phenomenon.
Jokingly I am referred to by friends and family as a genius. A term I do not in any way agree with. I have made my share of foibles in life. This happens because ever since I was small I displayed an unusual talent for certain things. Especially the ablity be creative, ie: drawing sclupture.
I often talk of things as if I wrote the book about it. Funny thing is I may never really know anything about something until this happens.
More recently a lot of examples of this have come up to make me believe this is real.
My co-worker, of whom I am not going to go into great detail about, speaks 4 languages and first coined the term ("you are tapping into the aethereum")

AETHEREUM: from "ae·ther" (initial capital letter) the ancient Greek personification of the clear upper air of the sky.

Which follows along with this line of thought.
He has also stated the uncanny ability I have to know when something is going to happen. Usually a small detail like so and so is going to do this today or call here etc. and then it happens. Then there are the big things like the recent political nonsense, which I saw from a hundred miles away as happening, as did most, but with me a scary degree. Much like the impending financial destruction of the American taxpayer and overall socialist state the USA is going to become. Which I have been preaching of for years. Actually since we first elected JR.
It's kind of an auto pilot thing.
I can not summon this at will. It just kind of happens.
When it does happen I remember the experinece and learn what I can from it.
The best example I can give of this process is kind of like I have a puzzle piece in front of me and I cant tell you what the entire puzzle is without seeing the whole thing. Like I said it's not voluntary. I store info in the subconsious and have various algotims running all the time processing that information and then at seemingly at the time randomly I have an answer. The things happen too often to be labeled a cooincidence.

The recent WEB BOT scenario is another good example of how this might work.
Jokingly, I am going to say I have web bots crawling around my cranium.



posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 11:56 PM
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Well all I can give is my personal experience.

Quite bluntly when I turned 19 I began to see the future. It has happened maybe 15 times in total since then. They would come as flashes between sleep and wake. I am talking about images with crystal clarity. They were not left to interpretation or anything that may be set up with a pre-bias. They would always happen within 24 hours. They were always personal things and despite as much as I would or would not try they would always come true. This is why I believe in fate. I have not noticed any other possible paths into the future then just one.

Around this time I also began to experience what your "subjects" have experienced. Which is basically certain sensations or reactions a second before the said event occured. This was independent of my visions. I remember reading an article not too long ago that makes the comparison between a scientific study on how almost all brain perceive things slower then they actually happened because the brain needs time to respond. I assume what happened to me was that I was seeing things as they actually unfolded without a buffer. It was called the Nostradamus Effect.

As for the visions I don't know how it is possible. I assume because time doesn't exist. I find your theory just as credible as any others. Good work and keep your experiments coming!


[edit on 2-10-2008 by RagenCajun]



posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 12:29 AM
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My apologies, but I feel I need to correct one or your statements.
Please do not take this as anything more than an attempt to correct something you may have misread.

"what your "subjects" have experienced" Not my subjects.

"Good work and keep your experiments coming!
" Not my experiments.

Quoting myself here:
"I have read that scientifically controlled test subjects that have not been in any way informed of what they are going to see have displayed actual physical reactions to disturbing/pleasant subject matter as much as 5-9 seconds before they have been observed. Now this would be amazing if it were only a small % of the subjects that displayed this phenomenon. Actually, almost all the subjects did this."






[edit on 3-10-2008 by reticledc]



posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 12:42 AM
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Ah, my mistake
. The mind will do funny things past 1 AM.



posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 01:00 AM
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"Which is basically certain sensations or reactions a second before the said event occurred. This was independent of my visions. I remember reading an article not too long ago that makes the comparison between a scientific study on how almost all brain perceive things slower then they actually happened because the brain needs time to respond. I assume what happened to me was that I was seeing things as they actually unfolded without a buffer. It was called the Nostradamus Effect."

I remember reading something similar and remember saying "really?"
I have often wondered how much is actually related to our perception.
As my own saying goes. "Perception is 9/10ths of what you see, You must feel the other 10th."


It has also been suggested that those moments that everyone knows where time seems to stand still may actually be our brains taking in and processing information at a much faster rate to allow a faster reaction time. Usually in some sort of stressful or adrenalin driven event this occurs.
Because we are processing info much faster, the lag is the asymmetry perceived by us as time moving slower than normal.
Just like a computer that has a minimum of memory. Lagging out and freezing. Upgrade the memory and it runs much faster.
What if the phenomenon was not shut off and remained on after a stressful event had occurred? Would our perception of time be in this constant flux? Or would we adjust and move up a rung on the perception ladder? Forever stuck in mental overdrive, with no choice but to redefine our capacity on a subconscious level.

Yawn.. 2:05 am Tired, pick this up later.



[edit on 3-10-2008 by reticledc]



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 06:01 PM
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As humans, we have to remember that language is a neural process. so "feelings" are processes that have no clear definition. sure we have emotions to describe some of them but words cannot explain everything. detecting thing below conscious awareness is a common human trait.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 06:11 PM
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I often wondered how we would communicate if we had no spoken language. Symbolism perhaps. Feelings perhaps.
There is a direct correlation between all forms of communication and feelings. It is not just about making noise. If you have ever listened to music, "who hasn't?" patterns of sound do indeed illicit emotional responses. word are not really necessary.

This among other things could be a possible relation to the Aether.

I have read recently about some people that have sensory dysphasia, that feel colors, or numbers or hear visual stimulation or see music. While this may be a dysfunction, I believe it is entirely possible to feel certain aspects regarding informational input.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 07:31 PM
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if you really think about it, the whole universe is encoded with electrons. you need electrons to have matter. our brain uses those signals to understand our world. in people with sensory dysphasia, there electrochemical signals in there brain trigger responses from the "wrong" sense.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by reticledc

Imagine our brains converting energy into thought, and that those thoughts might not be limited to just our brains. Thought may move about in any number of paths including time and or space. Carrying information. A kind of cosmic internet if you will.


I think a lot of your post generally gives a description to the workings of Telekinesis. Extending energy through another path in space.

Another 1evel - does sensory dysphasia = Synesthesia?



posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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I got my big words confused there. Yes, that it what I meant.
I definitely agree with the possibility of electrons having the potential to carry encoded information. More so than groups or patterns of electrons, but for lack of a better way to describe it, sort of an electron genetic code. Perhaps it contains a certain energy type. All merely conjecture.
Fun to think about though.

The reality is that there are instances where things cannot simply be chalked up to coincidence.

[edit on 3/3/2009 by reticledc]



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