“there is more between heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy, Horatio”
– Hamlet by William Shakespeare
The term consciousness is often understood in ufology as a term for an ability that lies beyond the materialistic world view.
If that is so? What do we really know about our consciousness?
Scientifically speaking, there are many types of consciousness – the one which is concentrated on here is the so-called “phenomenal consciousness”.
Some describe it as a kind of connection of body and mind or soul. However, it should be noted that an object that serves as a tool is also adapted by our consciousness. As if this is part of our body.
In fact, consciousness is a hotly debated topic in philosophy as well, since it can not be explained reductively if it is not a material phenomenon, some claim.
The world is made up of more than nuts and bolts.
While the others claim that it is such an abstract, internal system structure that we simply have not understood it yet.
“We looked into people’s heads with all the equipment available, but we did not find any ‘I’.”
– Prof. Dr. Gerhard Roth, Brain Researcher and Philosopher
As a young boy, I often played dice games. I noticed that the more negative my attitude to the game was, the more often I lost the game. The numbers were then often much lower than of the other players.
However, when I wanted to talk about it, I was laughed at. It could not be, because the dice are subject to chance and chance can not be cheated!
If I were to throw a hundred, I would have to get about exactly the same number of results from each number.
Unfortunately, even then, they did not believe me when I threw 100x the dice and get more ones and twos than the rest. I should just throw more often, then I would already see it …
In 1979, at Princeton University, a study called P.E.A.R. (Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research) by Robert G. Jahn has started. The study was funded by Laurence Rockefeller and James McDonnell, among others.
The project lasted 28 years and examined psychic abilities and telekinesis in the human / machine frame of reference.
P.E.A.R. was an absolute embarrassment to the established scientific community, and it always caused embarrassment at Princeton.
It showed the world that we do not even understand anything about the world we live in, as the results of P.E.A.R. can not be reconciled with our current worldview.
In a standard experiment, a study participant was placed in front of a device. The device was built to produce random sequences of numbers at less than 100 and just over 100. Similar to a dice game, the results should level out after a certain time.
The employees then instructed the study participants that they should “think high” or “think low”.
What the data analysis showed, baffled all participants equally. Humans are thus able to influence what tendency the produced numbers take.
The effect was jokingly referred to earlier as the “Pauli effect”. Named after the Austrian physicist and Nobel laureate Wolfgang Pauli, who seemed to have the apparent property to have a negative impact on electrically powered devices.
Among other things that happened when he appeared, in 1950 during a stay Paulis the cyclotron of Princeton University was on fire.
„What is reality? Is reality what we’re seeing in our brain? Or is reality what we’re seeing with our eyes? The truth is the brain does not know the difference between what it sees in its environment and what it remembers, because the same specific neurons fire. But then it asks the question: what is reality?„ (Joseph Dispenza)
The double-slit experiment, in which electrons are projected onto a screen by a plate with two slits, has shown that the moment an observer observes the experiment, the electrons change states.
We know electrons from physics lessons as particles. One should now assume that if you shoot particles through two columns with a cannon, you get two “lines” consisting of holes on the wall behind.
But the result, however, what we get here was a so-called “interference pattern”. Many lines in the middle strongly concentrated and thinning outwards, as if it was a wave – not particles.
So are electrons waves? One has decided to observe the electrons the moment they pass the slit.
And now the thing starts to get really weird …
The electrons change state from wave to particle just in that moment they are observed!
Ok … but it’s not the human eye that is watching here, it’s a device.
Dean Radin (Ph.D. @ IONS) did an Online experiment in which he tried to pinpoint the difference between robot observers and human observers.
The result was, that the interference from human observers – no matter where they are – influences the outcome.
“In microphysics, sometimes the act of observing brings about the event“
– William Shatner
Dr. Masaru Emoto
However, this awareness effect is not limited to dead matter such as electrical devices and dices.
Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that everyone can use their conscious thoughts to influence water and thus living tissue.
In hundreds of experiments in which he exposes water to different streams of consciousness during the freezing process – such as love, hate, gratitude, contempt, but also different styles of music – he was able to observe symmetrical crystal structures in particularly beautiful thoughts. For bad thoughts, however, no symmetrical structures were created during freezing.
The Rice Experiment
To make that self-verifiable for anyone, Dr. Emoto invented the rice experiment.
1. 3 same, cooked glasses
2. 3 tablespoons of cooked rice
3. Some water
4. A pen
5. Some tape
6. Two little pieces of paper
7. 4 weeks time
Add one tablespoon of rice to each of the 3 jars, pour some water over them, so that the rice floats lightly. Then you write on a piece of paper “Thank you” and another “idiot” and stick it on each one of the glasses, where nothing is glued to a glass.
It is best to place the glasses away from strong electromagnetic radiation sources.
Then say “thank you“ several times a day to the thank you glass of rice, while insulting the “idiot” glass. The third glass is ignored.
Thousands of enthusiastic people have already documented their results on the Internet.
The “trick”, however, is: since it is a consciousness effect, one has to believe in what one does – one can not deceive oneself.
For skeptics, it therefore does not work, which is logical on the one hand, but also again a pity … One can not recognize as scientifically sound experiment because if it does not work, everyone can say: You did not really believed in it – who want to prove the opposite?
“Makes you wonder, doesn’t it? If thoughts can do that to water, imagine what our thoughts can do to us“
– Quote from „What the Bleep do we know?
There is always talk about metamaterial, which one should have recovered from UFO crash sites and particularly easy to react to states of consciousness. Time and again, abducted people report that these aircraft are controlled by consciousness and merge into a part of their own body, just like a tool in your hands can become a kind of a part of your own body.