Common Threads in New Science

What you’re about to read are topics I have gathered from my research and studies – and found in common – among many mainstream scientists, military experts, thinkers, and lineages including: quantum physics, string theory, Cymatics, Steven Hawking, Electric Universe theory, Marco Rodin, Ed Leedskalnin, Nassim Haramein, John Hutchinson, Tesla, Paul LaViolette, Walter Russell, rexresearch, “free energy” builds, Dr. Thomas Valone, pre-Sumerian history and ancient texts like the Book of Enoch and The Kybalion, the Qabala, sacred geometry, Viktor Grebennikov, Royal Rife, plasma physics and most recently Rupert Sheldrake, Viktor Schauberger, M.T. Keshe and Tom Bearden. (Note: 2014 I’ve added Keppe Motors and David Yurth’s work to my studies, as well as the speakers from the Breakthrough Energy Movement gatherings – BEM – in Colorado.)

1. The universe is not an empty “vacuum” as we previously thought.

Activity is happening beneath our current scale of observation, but that we are now beginning to discover. Actually the universe is more like a frothing ocean of furiously bubbling activity. That furiously bubbling activity often spins together into coherences that we recognize just as water spins together to make whirlpools or air spins together to make tornados. Coherent activities we witness at our scale include sound, light, other subatomic particles, atoms, and then more complex coherences such as particles and elements. Elements cluster together to form increasing complex stellar bodies; stellar bodies spin and whirl together into cosmic phenomena such as galaxies and quasars. Like breath, where the inhale is the spin bringing a coherence together, the exhale of the universe is dissolution, radiation, expansion, disappearing to our observation. End the spinning and the whirlpool dissipates back into the greater body. Electrons appear and disappear, previously coherent suns ultimately dissolve back into the Source. What we perceive as ‘solid’, in fact all bodies we can perceive at our scale, are made up of the stuff of cosmic ocean in the same way a whirlpool is made up of the body of water it resides in. This cosmic ocean stuff is referred to by many names: aether, zero point, plasma, ain, etc. Think about Einstein’s reference to the “fabric” of spacetime. What stuff is that “fabric” made of?

2. To understand new science, start thinking in terms of vibration, spin, polarity, waves and donuts.

Vibration, spin, polarity and the resulting toroid and wave dynamics happening within this cosmic ocean stuff (plasma, aether, zero point, etc.) are at the heart of the new emerging scientific awakening.

3. There are things that operate (at least 10 times) faster than the speed of light, and now we’re beginning to discover them.

By evidence of this: we only observe light when it comes into contact with some other coherent matter which slows it down (R.L. Poole). Light is the result of coherent plasma in friction with its surrounding environment of coherences (like atmosphere or air) (M.T. Keshe). This is why space looks dark, and not full of light. We know the size of our expanding universe; when you calculate the speed needed for “the fabric” of space to have expanded to that distance, it calculates to about 10 times the speed of light. Something is able to travel faster than light, or our known universe would be about 10 times smaller.

4. Gravity is the same activity as magnetism, only in its reverse polarity.

(Leedskalnin, Russell, Keshe, Bearden). While it’s useful to talk about gravity as a unique phenomena, remove magnetic polarity (and spin) and you remove the phenomena; there is no stand-alone gravitational force. Gravity depends on magnetism. Gravity is to magnetism what East is to West, or negative electricity charges (ions) are to positive charges (anions). Imagine a city, where all of the cars from the suburbs cohere during work hours. If you were a giant watching the cars, you might think that space time had bent and that all the cars were gravitated to the center, when in reality each car is simply moving forward to a destination matching the charge of the driver. At dinner time all of the cars will repel out of the city back toward the suburbs again, but again it’s still the forward motion of the cars in response to the charge of the driver. Likewise, coherent bodies only move forward (we call this magnetism). When they are moving forward toward each other we name the behavior “gravity”, and when the cars are going away from each other we call the repulsion force “magnetism”.

5. All coherent bodies are “magnets”.

From sub-atomic particles to the largest cosmic bodies – are coherent bodies all “magnetic” in nature (which is to say that they each carry at least three positive/negative charge polarity dynamic, made up of smaller coherences also with at least three charge polarity dynamics). Leedskalnin called the smallest coherences “magnetons”. Keshe refers to three sub-coherences of plasma (the primary whole coherence) as, “matter, dark matter, and antimatter”. Science has now successfully produced “wood magnets” and “plastic magnets”, where the particles are aligned within the substance in such a way that it attracts and repels like substances just like a magnet does. Give yourself the right electr-omagnetic-scalar charges, and you would float like helium. (Hutchinson Effect)

6. Wave dynamics can reliably be used to experiment with, and manipulate, other wave dynamics.

Strike a nail (Leedskalnin) or certain salts (Steven DuFresne) and you will produce electromagnetic effects. Use sound to resonate atoms at correct frequencies and you produce either levitation or liquification of solid matter (Hutchinson Effect). See also, acoustic levitation and cymatics; in both cases sound is used to manipulate “solid” matter (complex combinations of spin, wave, and vorticular dynamics).

10/11/12 – I’ll update this post with additional items as I continue my studies and experiments and crystalize more common threads.

10/26/12 – I’ve added a new post, titled Draft – Foundational Physics, that adds to this list and that I may break into parts for mainstream readers later.



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