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Schumann Resonances, Electro Magnetism, and the Brain.

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posted on Apr, 25 2012 @ 07:40 PM

Originally posted by MamaJ
I AM Laughing out loud...

Please carry on, this is maybe the best thing you can contribute to the discussion of electromagnetism and the brain.

Look.... in order to UNDERSTAND the world around you .... ya have to use your brain. Otherwise you are brain dead.

Yeah, sure. Repeat "vibrations are EVERYWHERE and TPTB are using FREQUENCIES to controls us" a thousand times, and real understanding will come down on you... Not!

ya have to study what it is others THINK they know and also try and understand what you know at a deeper level.

I place knowledge way above the kind of mental masturbation as in what you quoted like "emotions are vibrations directed in a specific way" or other such nonsense.

And reading this cr@p does not equal studying. Just for the record.

posted on Apr, 26 2012 @ 05:56 AM

Originally posted by pianopraze
It makes you wonder… maybe our whole view of Science is being purposefully kept in the dark, and EM has the possibility of opening whole new worlds… quite literally.

Regarding gravity, from this link, page 6:

Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
Living in a Quantum World - Vedral's Scientific American article as pdf for more details on the macroquantum infinite potential

Thus, the fact that quantum mechanics applies on all scales forces us to confront the theory’s deepest mysteries. We cannot simply write them off as mere details that matter only on the very smallest scales. For instance, space and time are two of the most fundamental classical concepts, but according to quantum mechanics they are secondary. The entanglements are primary. They interconnect quantum systems without reference to space and time. If there were a dividing line between the quantum and the classical worlds, we could use the space and time of the classical world to provide a framework for describing quantum processes. But without such a dividing line—and, indeed, without a truly classical world—we lose this framework. We must explain space and time as somehow emerging from fundamentally spaceless and timeless physics.

That insight, in turn, may help us reconcile quantum physics with that other great pillar of physics, Einstein’s general theory of relativity, which describes the force of gravity in terms of the geometry of spacetime. General relativity assumes that objects have well-defined positions and never reside in more than one place at the same time—in direct contradiction with quantum physics. Many physicists, such as Stephen Hawking of the University of Cambridge, think that relativity theory must give way to a deeper theory in which space and time do not exist. Classical spacetime emerges out of quantum entanglements through the process of decoherence.

An even more interesting possibility is that gravity is not a force in its own right but the residual noise emerging from the quantum fuzziness of the other forces in the universe. This idea of “induced gravity” goes back to the nuclear physicist and Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov in the 1960s. If true, it would not only demote gravity from the status of a fundamental force but also suggest that efforts to “quantize” gravity are misguided. Gravity may not even exist at the quantum level.

The implications of macroscopic objects such as us being in quantum limbo is mind-blowing enough that we physicists are still in an entangled state of confusion and wonderment.

posted on Apr, 26 2012 @ 08:37 AM
reply to post by Mary Rose

Indeed, and when you dig deeper you find that his theory just is not holding up on testing:

Gravity waves spread through space and time like ripples on a pond, warping the fabric of the universe as they pass. The largest waves emanate from the most cataclysmic events in the universe: stellar explosions, mergers of black holes, and the violent first moments of cosmological history. Or so the venerable theory of general relativity goes—although many predictions of Albert Einstein's theory of gravity have been proved, only indirect evidence for gravity waves has been found.

An experiment looking for gravity waves directly has, in the course of not finding them, placed new upper limits on how noisy the universe's gravity-wave background could be.

Scientific American, Listening for Gravity Waves, Silence Becomes Meaningful

And new theories are emerging:

I’m going to take a crack at explaining this strange beast, synthesizing lectures I’ve attended by Steve Shenker of Stanford University, Andy Strominger of Harvard, and Juan Maldacena of the Institute for Advanced Study, as well as informal chats with Joe Polchinski of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics and Joan Simón of the University of Edinburgh.

Vasiliev theory (for sake of a pithy name, physicists drop Fradkin’s name) takes to extremes the basic idea of modern physics: that the world around us consists of fields—the electrical and magnetic fields and a handful of others that represent the known forces of nature and types of matter.

In fact, it may be a positive good. Higher-spin fields promise to flesh out the holographic principle, which is a way to explain the origin of space and gravity. Suppose you have a hypothetical three-dimensional spacetime (two space dimensions, one time dimension) filled with particles that interact solely by a souped-up version of the strong nuclear force; there is no gravity.

Matter and spacetime geometry are so thoroughly entwined that it becomes impossible to tease them apart, and our usual picture of matter as residing in spacetime becomes completely untenable. In the primordial universe, where Vasiliev theory reigned, the universe was an amorphous blob. As the higher-spin symmetries broke—for instance, as the higher harmonics of quantum strings become too costly to set into motion—spacetime emerged in its entirety.

Scientific American, Where Do Space And Time Come From

Scientists are runing into this problem from every angle:

Efforts to understand time below the Planck scale have led to an exceedingly strange juncture in physics. The problem, in brief, is that time may not exist at the most fundamental level of physical reality. If so, then what is time? And why is it so obviously and tyrannically omnipresent in our own experience? “The meaning of time has become terribly problematic in contemporary physics,” says Simon Saunders, a philosopher of physics at the University of Oxford. “The situation is so uncomfortable that by far the best thing to do is declare oneself an agnostic.”

The possibility that time may not exist is known among physicists as the “problem of time.” It may be the biggest, but it is far from the only temporal conundrum. Vying for second place is this strange fact: The laws of physics don’t explain why time always points to the future. All the laws—whether Newton’s, Einstein’s, or the quirky quantum rules—would work equally well if time ran backward. As far as we can tell, though, time is a one-way process; it never reverses, even though no laws restrict it.

“I recently went to the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder,” says Lloyd. (NIST is the government lab that houses the atomic clock that standardizes time for the nation.) “I said something like, ‘Your clocks measure time very accurately.’ They told me, ‘Our clocks do not measure time.’ I thought, Wow, that’s very humble of these guys. But they said, ‘No, time is defined to be what our clocks measure.’ Which is true.

As Rovelli explains it, in quantum mechanics all particles of matter and energy can also be described as waves. And waves have an unusual property: An infinite number of them can exist in the same location...When the dust settles, time—whatever it may be—could turn out to be even stranger and more illusory than even Einstein could imagine.

Discover Magazine, Newsflash: Time May Not Exist

They are saying it everywhere in the Scientific literature. And government shills are on boards like this trying to make sure people don't realize it.
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:04 AM
Regarding remote viewing, there is a 30 page .pdf online of a paper published by the Journal of Scientific Exploration entitled "Remote Viewing the Future with a Tasking Temporal Outbounder" by Courtney Brown of The Farsight Institute.

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 03:12 PM

Originally posted by Mary Rose
Regarding remote viewing, there is a 30 page .pdf online of a paper published by the Journal of Scientific Exploration entitled "Remote Viewing the Future with a Tasking Temporal Outbounder" by Courtney Brown of The Farsight Institute.

Great find.

Your a treasure. Thank you for all your posts. You have no Idea how much I appreciate your and others posting info in this thread. It has turned into a collection point for the seminal reason I am on ats.

Thank you,

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 05:28 PM
reply to post by pianopraze

Can anyone explain in simple terms how the remote viewer "hits" a blind target without any previous information of what it is?

I read through the Pdf and I didn't see any clear explanation of the methodology. There's a lot of gobbly gunk in there about how the target is set up and then how this is passed on the remote viewer to find out about.....

So this is about utilizing the electrons of the Earth to heal the body by reducing inflammation, etc. It's covered on Dr. Mercola's latest post. Here's Dr. Mercola's article on Earthing -- walking bare foot in milliseconds sends electrons into the body to counteract free radicals

So new research now has shown that birds use their inner ear for magnetic sensing for migration
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At Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston, Texas, biologist David Dickman had previously found magnetite in the inner ears of pigeons, offering an alternate hypothesis for where the magnet-sensing cells are located. Last year, he discovered that four areas of the brain that are largely linked to inner ear function each showed a broad change in activity when pigeons were exposed to magnetic stimulation.

Ha -- as if humans don't have this ability. qigong masters do.

The new findings could apply to other animals as well, says Phillips. Sea turtles, fish, and vertebrates including mice, cattle, and deer have been found to be sensitive to geomagnetic fields. But whether it applies directly to humans is unknown, he says. "There's no evidence for that now. But there could be some kind of unconscious magnetic sense that helps us sense direction and spatial orientation."

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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 05:44 PM
reply to post by fulllotusqigong

Here is the basics in remote viewing.

1. Target is selected by client... Eg Russian underground bunker.
2. Client puts target info in a folder (photo or just "undergroun bunker" written on paper for this example) and writes a number on folder... This is the coordinates.
3. Client tells remote viewer the coordinates.
4. RV writes coordinates on page
5. RV draws a quick dash... This is ideogram
6. RV goes through process to get info about target - see links above for more info.
7. RV draws target based on step 6
8. Sometimes 6-7 is repeated several times to get more info.
9. Final sketch and summary written And given to client.
10 client compares info to target.
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 05:50 PM

Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
Can anyone explain in simple terms how the remote viewer "hits" a blind target without any previous information of what it is?

I can't, but offers this free 59 page .pdf: "Scientific Remote Viewing."

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 06:29 PM
reply to post by pianopraze

Yeah that is how Jim Schnabel described it in his remote viewing book that I read in 1997.

But now days -- remote viewer gets coordinates. Googles them and gets target. haha.

I know for long distance healing what is required is the name, sex, age and location. This is taught in but for it to really be effective the third eye needs to be fully opened. This is a very rare ability. Chunyi Lin said his first long distance healing was after he did the "horse stance" at Shaolin for three months - 2 hours a day no moving with the thighs flat while standing with the arms held out straight. That has to be done in total concentration with celibacy and no distractions -- then at the end their third eyes were fully open and he then healed his uncle long distance of a stomach disease.

I'm a bit skeptical of a lot of remote viewers -- I think maybe half of them were real based on rare personal experiences that opened their third eyes -- like the NDE experiences, etc. I think the other half are probably fakers who can slide by based on slight correlations.

"The Effect of Meditation Attainment on Psychic Awareness: Research With Yogis and Tibetan Buddhists" - Serena Roney-Dougal

This new study of long time monk meditators only achieved slightly significant precognition results -- but Chunyi Lin had to predict the weather ten days in advance after he did a month long full lotus meditation in a cave -- taking no water, no food and no sleep.

So even for professional monks this ability is very rare and takes extreme training that is not found in most monasteries.

I had a precognitive dream that came true three years in advance -- in detail. So the only way this is possible is because the waking state is another type of dreaming -- something too amazing to consider by most unless they really experience a precognitive vision.

Since that three year precognitive dream prediction came true and then after my qigong training I then have had probably a dozen precognitive visions that I've been aware of.

Basically the precognition is based on an emotional connection -- so if something in the future is emotionally very powerful then there will be a precognitive dream or vision about it. For example if someone I know dies -- I have had precognitive dreams/visions about it -- first when my best friend's mom died even though I hadn't seen her or my friend in six years or so and hadn't kept in touch. Same when my cousin died and also my dad's death -- I had precognitive dreams about the people coming to visit for his funeral.

Other precognitive dreams I've had are of places I've moved into or visited -- like a relative's house that I will visit but have never seen before. But I will first visit the house in a dream -- one visit that was precognitive -- I was in the air looking down at the house.

The only way to know if a dream is precognitive is to realize that it has nothing to do with subconscious associations from the previous day and also the dream actually seems "more real" than being awake and again this is due to the strong emotional connection.

The emotional energy is electrochemical and this then is converted into electromagnetic so the stronger the emotions then the stronger the electromagnetic energy but this has to happen through the heart so the emotion has to be translated into a relaxed love state and then it is projected through the pineal gland as holographic vision information.

This works in the opposite sense also where vision information we perceive is stored holographically inside our bodies through the electrochemical information -- just like a photograph is stored -- only it's stored in our organs with each difference organ having a different electrochemical imprint of the vision information. This is how psychometry works -- for example if I touch some mail from a person then I actually get a vibration from the piece of mail that then is read by my pineal gland and then translated into an electrochemical vibration in my body that reads or reflects the electrochemical vibration of the person sending the letter. This also happens online -- the electrochemical energy of the person is imprinted in the electronic visionary information so even if the content of the words are one thing -- say pretending to be nice and calm -- the electrochemical imprint of the text might be raging anger that the person is trying to hide. haha.

I know in qigong healing there can not be a "double blind" methodology just because consciousness is "non-dual" which means there can be no real control to rule out how the information is blinded. Still the process of the spacetime vortex is impersonal -- that's why it's called the Emptiness and this spacetime vortex then creates the light information.

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 06:44 PM
reply to post by fulllotusqigong

I'm skeptical of everything.

Remote Viewing is like playing piano... anyone can learn a few notes and do something with mostly mistakes, it takes time and dedication to get good... a LOT of practice with a lot of mistakes. But those who spend the time and make the mistakes do get good and make a LOT of money.

Yes, some people are naturally more gifted... just like with piano.

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 07:28 PM
I learned about Courtney Brown's work with remote viewing by listening to an interview of him by Kerry Cassidy on April 27, 2012 that was uploaded to YouTube:

Brown is not ex-military; he's an academic. His field is applied mathematics in the social science department. In the video at about 27:00 he talks about the physics of remote viewing. He said that the quantum realm is a realm of frequencies interacting and that the whole universe is made of frequencies. He described a particle as a bump in reality produced by the superposition of frequencies. The bump is just made of frequencies that go up and down like sine waves from one end of the universe to the next. There are no hard sub-atomic particles - only wave packets/superpositions. We are complex superposition ensembles. He said that physicists can't imagine how the micro and the macro fit together. They have an imaginary line of decoherence. The two supposedly go by different rules, but this is absurd. He said the superposition ensembles that exist on the macro level interact with the small part of EM which is visible light. What mainstream scientists are saying is that only the superpositions seen with visible light exist.

He said that if you take a quarter and put it in one hand it has an equation of time and space that's different from its equation if you put the same quarter in the other hand.

And he said that the brain can produce a hologram of frequencies to perceive.

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 08:14 PM
reply to post by Mary Rose

Listened to some of that... What a fruitcake!

"everything is made of frequencies"

"the more superpositions you add, the more subatomic particles you get"

...and a whole lot of more word soup.

Here's one reaction to gratuitous, unwarranted and down cold stupid way to apply the word "frequency":

Very cool link!

I ran into an example a few days ago, when a friend sent me this article, entitled "Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed By Words And Frequencies." The word "frequency" always acts like a red flag to me, as it is for some reason a word woo-woos like a lot, and throw about in absurd ways despite its having a rigid, and not especially thrilling, definition in the scientific world (three others are "energy," "vibration," and "field").

I guess the blogger missed out on the new addition to the magic list, "superposition".

Sheesh, these days it's enough to throw in some science-y words like "vibration" and "superposition" and you are in business, at least for the ignorami. Sad times.

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 08:54 PM
reply to post by buddhasystem

Spoken like a true particle physicist!

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 08:54 PM
reply to post by Mary Rose

He said that if you take a quarter and put it in one hand it has an equation of time and space that's different from its equation if you put the same quarter in the other hand.

Can superposition cause the same quarter to appear in both hands simultaneously? I would love to be able to double my money like that!

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 08:56 PM
reply to post by DenyObfuscation

And your point is?

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:13 PM
reply to post by Mary Rose

I could use the extra cash!

posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:45 PM
reply to post by DenyObfuscation

So, you're really not interested in the topic at hand?

posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 01:16 AM
I did just read the whole thread, so forgive me if some of this has already been brought up but I didnt see it.

Its interesting, in this context, how the psychological effects of both EMF fields and low-frequency soundwaves have a similar pattern. There have been plenty of links referring the effect of EMF fields, as well as general knowledge (one of the first things tested by paranormal investigators, and rightly so). I swear I saw some episode on TV that actually did some experiment with low-frequency soundwaves, but just cant find it. Here are some links to someone who has done a bit of research into the area.

My own opinion on that is that since these two things are not directly connected, the more important factor is the frequency itself (generally under 30 cycles per second, say). Which is ironic considering the lack of understanding of the topic previously mentioned in the thread. It would mean it is actually "frequencies" rather than the specific type of wave. Maybe I just have a funny sense of humor..

While humans may not be entirely EM, a part of us is. We already know this. Though, I am speaking specifically of what has been understood as "chakras" in some cultures. They might be, in effect, the pools that are created by the bio-electric signals produced by the body. In "major" centers of bloodflow and general cellular activity, we can see them present (brain, eyes, throat, heart, etc.).

Now back to EM (this should come together, well see
).. Electromagnetism most certainly is not a fully understood field. We have a good workable understanding, but like many things, the intricacies elude us. It is my understanding that EM is the only thing capable of reaching the edge of space-time (through the speed of light). I believe this indicates a barrier into an area where space-time does not apply as known. The important operative word there, at least for my point, is "time."

The electrical side of electromagnetism seems to be bound by what we currently understand with the laws of physics, but the magnetic side.. In this respect, electron flow may be a product of magnetism instead of the other way around. See Leedskalnin for thoughts along the same general lines. I dont agree with him fully, but I dont have a castle made of coral either

This all points to a connection point between the area which we understand as the "universe" (space-time), and an arena where these laws are not necessarily applicable. I believe we glimpse into this arena in the area of quantum mechanics. This would help explain some of the issues, such as a particle being in two places at once. Though, certainly, ease of explanation does not equate to truth..

A wave is simply a plot of points over time. Important, that last part. So, what do we have when we take time out of the equation?. According to this logic, the areas that break the bounds between space-time and "X" would likely be circular in shape... In this context, dualism is simply the nature of the physical universe. We frequently see the double helix represented in many forms, though I contend it is not necessarily the single wave itself which propagates the total parameters. The total parameters of a truly balanced system in this regard would be represented by two waves, loosely represented by the understanding behind sine/cosine. The two associated waves can also be pointed to by illustrating the [ebb and flow] of the tide and [rise and fall] of the surface waves.

The first good question is, do "we" exist beyond this supposed barrier? I certainly think so, at least magnetically (using the term vaguely). In this regard, this part of our being would exist quite literally outside the bounds of space-time. To what extent is the subject of debate, obviously
Well, as we are caught up in the duality of "the world," we literally can not see beyond the bounds we have set for ourselves. This starts to go along the same lines as full lotus was talking about with his posts. How could we possibly understand both "sides" when we ourselves are caught up entirely in the division process between the two waves? Hope that makes sense.. There is no greater context upon which the waves are given dimension, and they will go the way the wind blows. Or like iron filings in Wooly Willy

I dont think it is out of the realm of reason to suggest that the Schumann resonance may be akin to the timing device used in our everyday PCs (which is generally made of quartz, if you didnt know). It creates a base cycle for everything to "time" itself accordingly.

Sorry, for the length...

posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 02:09 AM
Ok, maybe not quite done..

If it seems like that first post is a bit disjointed, it is
I had to edit stuff out for the char limit.

Either way, a question I would like to pose, based on my totally subjective conjecture above, could such a thing be used to sway the populace? It seems to me that "mob mentality" has a gravity to it that is almost magnetic.

Could this be used for the benefit of the populace? Perhaps not as easily as simply moving around iron filings.. but possible.

By recognizing our overall being, in the context above, can we ourselves draw people in? It does seem that certain people have a pull.. The Dalai Lama for example.

I suppose it is even possible to send out (create) these things ourselves, if the roots of that tree are firmly planted. Could all the "strange feelings," "sounds," "energy," threads indicate that some are using these principles to actually affect humanity? If yes, the question then is; is it for the benefit, or destruction, of our civilization?

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