We’re now at a time in history where we are beginning to cure misconceptions entertained by some regarding physical world and aberrated understandings of physics.
What is plasma? What is the universe (and everything) made of? How can we, like Keshe and the 10,000 scientists playing with Keshe’s work, use this understanding for practical things like anti-gravity, creating abundant pure water, healing people, or generating matter (like gold or anything else we want) on-demand?
In hopes of helping others to understand plasma as I believe I do (or helping me to better understand it), I want to share the metaphor I’m currently using which helps me obliterate some of my own misconceptions about physics and the physical world: the Water and Whirlpool metaphor.
Originally I wrote this for the Keshe forum.
If you get something out of what I’ve written here, I’d appreciate hearing back from you. It would feed my need for companionship and confirmation that what I hope to contribute is actually being helpful to someone.
Meanwhile I’ll keep studying.
1. The Dynamic Body of Stuff – Imagine for a moment the “void” of space – not as empty, because it is not – but as a body of some sort of stuff in dynamic activity. If it helps, think of space as a body of water or smoke.
2. Movement – Within that body of water or smoke, direction of movement is possible. Look at a slow cloud of smoke or dust in sunlight, you will see strands of smoke (coherences) moving through the air. Stand in a pool of water and you can move in various directions.
3. Spiral, Spin and Donuts – So so far we have stuff in movement in a direction. That stuff in motion in one direction can fold in on itself, form a u-curve, which can then fold in on itself like a spiral with a u at the very center. Or two movements can come in from opposite directions and fold in on themselves and spiral together (yin/yang). In either case we name this coherence ‘spin’. A complex combination of spin, spiral and folding in on itself we call a “toroid” (donut).
4. Coherences – So now we have stuff in motion that can develop coherences that we call direction or spin or waves or other toroidal dynamics. A coherence is just a cluster of movement that appears organized to us.
5. Attributes and Effects – As spin coherences become large / complex enough for us to observe, we notice that they have effects and properties we can recognize, for example: density, volume, electromagnetic charge/polarity (longitudinal wave effects), and spin direction (gravity/radiation – transverse wave effects), just to name just a few. We name coherences by virtue of their different attributes and effects.
6. Increasing Complexity – When those clusters of movement come together in increasing complexity, we notice the attributes and give those clusters names. If water in the ocean is spinning together we say, “Whirlpool”. But there is no object called ‘whirlpool’ – stop the spin and the whirlpool dissipates back into the stuff from which it came (body of water). Organs are more complex combinations of coherences we call cells. Cells are complex combinations of coherences we call molecules. Molecules are complex combinations of coherences we call atoms. Atoms are complex combinations of coherences we call sub-atomic particles. Sub-atomic particles are nothing more than complex combinations of spiral, spin and toroidal coherences. So are planets, suns, solar systems, galaxies….turtles all the way up and all the way down. But our names of “things” can blind us to the reality – it’s all “stuff in spin” – whirlpools of different scales of coherence, each with unique properties (direction, density, polarity/charge) and effects (sound, color, light). One coherence we call “hydrogen”. Another coherence we call “oxygen”. Another we call “Sun” or “solar system” or “galaxy”, but those are just descriptions from one perspective of scale.
RECAP – Everything we observe at our scale within “space” is made up of stuff in motion, spin and the emergent vorticular dynamics. Sub-atomic particles are based in spin dynamics – stop spin and the sub-atomic particle ceases to be. Atoms are slightly more complex combinations of spin dynamics. When that complexity increases, we call it ‘elements’, then ‘particles’, then gas, liquid, solid. Sound, light, electromagnetic and scalar waves are all dynamics that we identify because we can observe them at our scale, but they are – at the core – nothing more than complex (and measurable) motion/wave/spin effects.
So here’s where we change our thinking. We don’t think simply in terms of particle/atom/sub-atomic particle/object anymore. Instead we think of “stuff in spin coherences”…like whirlpools. We can stand back and point to the movement phenomena and call it, “Whirlpool” – but really this is not a “solid” thing or a “matter” unto itself. If the spin ceases, the whirlpool ceases to exist. That is true of all “matter”, right down to the subatomic particles and beyond.
So we no longer think of “names” of things for a moment – let’s think only of Stuff in Movement and Vibration and Spin. Hydrogen is a coherence made up of a certain combination of spin, density, electro/magnetic charge, vibrational frequency… So is oxygen. So chemistry is the art of seeing how the combinations of attributes and effects interact and play together. Some coherences play well together and blend, some explode with force. What happens when we start playing with the more and more fundamental vibrational dynamics and coherences instead of the larger, more complex ones like particle physics does?
7. Interaction Effects – Spin coherences can interact (or not) in the same way sound vibrations can work in harmony or multiply, not work together (dissonance), cancel each other out or create new overtones. In terms of objects, we describe these interactions as gravity/attraction, repulsion, anti-matter and recombining (but these terms can sometimes blind us to the fundamental properties).
Here’s an illustration of interaction between spin coherences: watch two tornados (whirlpools of air) come near each other and one of three things will happen: Either a.) differences of spin dynamics will fail to merge – which looks to us like the two tornados repel each other or b.) the dynamics, in harmony, will merge together and combine movement to form a super-tornado (a more complex coherence), or c.) they will both dissipate (the spins will cancel each other out and the energy will dissipate into other forms). When we observe this at the scale of atomic elements, we call it Chemistry. We put 2 atoms of hydrogen (a coherence) together with 1 atom of oxygen (a coherence), the properties of each are such that they merge and become H2O. At a far, far smaller scale, we’re combining vibrational and spin dynamics to produce results. I sometimes think of it as a kind of micro-subatomic-chemistry – Fusion (combining), Fission (spinning off), etc.
This brings me closer to understanding Mr. Keshe’s work. What I’ve read so far in the patents shows how to put ingredients together (some which are the result of interactions) which – in turn – results in the attributes or effects that we want (current, gravitational effects, directional propulsion, matter generation, charge effects which result in health impacts).
This is possible *** because *** we are playing at the more fundamental level of the vibrational dynamics and resulting effects. This is hardly “new” science (for starters, see the work of Walter Russell, Frank Znidarsic, Tom Bearden’s results in scalar wave research, or the ‘cold fusion’ successes that TPTB hurried to trash earlier this century, just to name a few). We’re simply playing with coherences happening at scales that mainstream science has yet come to master.
So now we come back to where we started – #1 on the page. If everything is a product of movement, motion, spin and coherences of “stuff”…then…. What is that “stuff”? The ancients called it aether. So far, I understand it as Plasma – I see plasma as the greater field and ‘stuff’ within which coherences can happen. These mini-whirlpools will each have different properties and effects. Mix certain coherences together and they will blend, or not, to create other coherent results.
From this perspective it’s sometimes counterproductive to think of things in terms of “solid, liquid, gas, etc.” – instead, it helps me to think of those things as varying degrees of complex vibrational dynamics in interaction.
This helps me understand more from Mr. Keshe’s work than others I’ve met.
Here’s an example:
Some people have difficulty understanding “the wall” Mr. Keshe refers to. When I think of two tornados or two whirlpools, the ‘wall’ becomes self-evident to me. There is a zone between the two where the spin and other attributes are not identical, and there’s not enough pressure to force them together, so they don’t merge. We call this “repelling”, but really it’s just the attributes finding zones more in harmony with their own. This is the same between two magnetic fields, or the apparent solidity that means you can’t put your hand through a wall. The intensity of spin of two coherences can bounce off each other. If you press the two objects together, the apparent boundaries between the two coherences wall will compress together more and more tightly, but without a fundamental change of properties or sufficient force they will continue to not merge. On the other hand, if you learn the proper frequencies of things and how to tune them, as Ed Leedskalnin and John Hutchinson did for playtime, then you can merge objects together and get historically inexplicable gravitational effects.
That brings us to another example:
How can Keshe’s work claim gravitational effects? Well that’s easy. The effect of a spinning object on its environment means it can kick off “energies” (waves radiating outward = radiation), and it can draw in “energies” (gravity). Large boats have been taken down by large whirlpools. There’s no mysterious force inside the center of the maelstrom; the direction of activity is convergent, so anything within that field can be drawn into the same direction. Anti-gravity isn’t magic either – it’s simply putting two coherences against each other in a way that are dissonant. The spin effects push against each other, which appears to us like anti-gravity.
How might this generate matter? Well that concept is easy now too. The effect of a whirlpool on its environment means it can kick off “energies” (ex: put water on a fan and watch it fly off when the fan spins, or look at “waves” that radiate outward from a radio tower = radiation), and in the micro-chemistry of dynamics re-combining the newly formed coherences can produce atomic layers of elements that we can recognize. This is how we get graphene on the inside of the coke bottle reactors.
These are just a few examples of how using the Whirlpool metaphor has helped me to make more sense of what I’m reading from Mr. Keshe’s work. I no longer see matter as static or solid, rather I think of all things in terms of constellations of activity like whirlpools – where some are large enough that we can perceive them at our scale (and we call them solids, liquids, gases, elements, atoms etc) and some are not (yet) perceptible to us given our current scientific advances.
I hope that this has somehow helped you make more sense of how we can use Mr. Keshe’s work or plasma physics in practical ways.
Blessings to you,