reply to post by WWu777
I was pleased to see Dr. Michael Persinger comment on this subject. Some of you may be aware of his work at Laurentian University Canada in attempting
to "tap into or simulate" various EM effects of the brain, among some of the more interesting the ability to "simulate" what is typically called a
"alien night visitor or ghost like event".
I took part in several studies in the U.S. that had to do with being in an isolated room, screened from all known extraneous Electromagnetic effects
and then have the brain "wired" (really more a helmet) used to stimulate certain effects. At the time his view was that all "alien visitation events"
were due to EM effects on the human nervous system, notably brain. Also a fMRI and PET scan were employed in the studies I took part in.
Being that these events are so complex and though similar, not identical with in a certain framework, my view was that at the least 1: There could be
certain ways these effects would act upon the brain. 2: That certain agencies might employ said techniques for their own reasons. 3: That there were
indeed certain higher powered electromagnetic effects that MIGHT trigger such a response, and 4: Something very real was going on for at least some
people. I want to note I have never had a "close encounter, bedroom or otherwise, or seen a UFO". Cool aircraft yes, but I could tell what they were
due to my work involved extreme maneuverability. Were talking about unmanned drones that pull enough "G's" that will kill any human.
With out question, even knowing this was an experiment, I did "feel or sense" a presence in the room near me, and it was very strong. All tests were
recorded and I can assure everyone NO ONE was near me at the time of the tests.
But none of the effects so triggered in a laboratory under controlled conditions the level of complexity that certain "abduction, or uninvited guests"
would produce. Not to the extremely complicated effects however, more akin to a "mind awake/body asleep waking dream", and what is often dismissed as
sleep paralysis. The "bedroom visitor events are far to complex to explain it away in that manner. Most certainly because there are often associated
physical affects, affecting scars, etc on the body as a result.
Other areas this was used in that I was involved in was remote viewing, and stimulation of certain areas to enhance abstract thinking, though under a
controlled context. I was not aware that he was doing anything along the lines of telepathy, which I feel does exist given the ability of identical
twins and sometimes mother and child (not father and child oddly enough) to detect extreme usually life threatening or hard emotional events.
I am very pleased that Dr. Persinger is doing this work. What I took part in was based on his original template, we just added more in the way of
passive and active (PET scans are used with radioactive tracers). Also we are working on synthetic "telepathy", knowing what areas to tap into notably
those related to silent thinking, or talking to yourself, with out actually saying anything out loud.
Wonderful work Dr. Hope to see more. Finally we are looking at areas that would have had him laughed out of whatever University, etc one is associated
with. I can assure you certain organizations take this VERY seriously. You need a guy like him with impecable credentials to even get someone to
listen to let alone publish a hypothisys.
Nicely Done ! (arbiture1200 (Bob) formally "arbiture")
edit on 5/2/12 by arbiture1200 because: more spelling corrections (this is getting old
people, me being so dippy)