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Shamangineer, Ether & Ormus

Discussion in 'THC+ Episodes' started by sequoia, Aug 3, 2016.

  1. shamangineer

    shamangineer Well-Known Member

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    This seems a bit too easy....

     
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    I think I read some time ago in R. Sheldrake's recent book, Science and Spiritual Practices, where he described the concept of morphic resonance (MR), applying to chemistry. Some crystals in lab are hard to grow the first time, but become progressively easier, which according to him, can be explained with MR. (MR 'explains' why learning becomes easier the more it's repeated; sort of how once water digs a groove in a path, it starts following that path easier)
    In the same way, I guess a small community like this one makes 'conspiracy' (Light) easier to digest in the public, and faciliatates the caterpillar-butterfly moment :)



    PS: I dawned on me the other day, that what we call the Collective Unconscious (Jung) may in fact be part of the Earth's consciousness, the synergy of all the biosphere activity (fauna; flora; animals/humans; elemental spirits, etc.) as well and space ecology.
     
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    shamangineer Well-Known Member

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    Some interesting facts:
    -Some northern shamanic practices regard the ionosphere as a well of souls.
    -NDE experiencers who focus on the light see a vortex of faces that they are being pulled towards.
    -NDE experiencers are often told that they are standing in the breath of God.

    Make of that what you will.
     
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    Yes, I can dig that, I've had a few insights along those lines.
    Gaia consciousness is also traumatised and we as a people help to heal it as we learn and accept the actual recent past, such as Saturn theory, planetary realignments in the solar system, axial tilt from upright to current tilt, and the various comet impacts, all cataclysms that were unknown and/or unspeakable until recently (2012?)

    So long as the materialist model and cataclysms only happened millions of years ago is dominant, then those who originated this narrative (archons) remain in control.


    Ps I'll acknowledge I keep banging the same trauma drum, but maybe Gaia gave me the drum and some bloody big sticks. We're on a planetary mission!
     
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    Do to think this orgone accumulator will have any effect on the water?
    I've sent since intensional to it and asked for ezwater to be held in there.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Is there any quartz in there? You have to be a bit careful with orgone accumulators these days... They can just accumulate Negative Orgone (Reich called it Deadly Orgone or DOR). Quartz helps to transmute the energy, but I think that's mainly when it's under pressure, creating a piezoelectric effect.

    It would be fascinating to design an experiment to establish where the MR is stored. For example, make crystals in a lab, demolish and rebuild lab, grow crystals. Or grow crystals again on the other side of the world.... You could start triangulating the edges of the MR field.[/QUOTE][/QUOTE]
     
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    Welcome to the 21st century, where fundamental aspects of Maxwell's equations are new discoveries:
    https://m.phys.org/news/2019-06-property.html

    "Scientists have long known about such properties of light as wavelength. More recently, researchers have found that light can also be twisted, a property called angular momentum. Beams with highly structured angular momentum are said to have orbital angular momentum (OAM), and are called vortex beams. They appear as a helix surrounding a common center, and when they strike a flat surface, they appear as doughnut-shaped. In this new effort, the researchers were working with OAM beams when they found the light behaving in a way that had never been seen before.

    The experiments involved firing two lasers at a cloud of argon gas—doing so forced the beams to overlap, and they joined and were emitted as a single beam from the other side of the argon cloud. The result was a type of vortex beam. The researchers then wondered what would happen if the lasers had different orbital angular momentum and if they were slightly out of sync. This resulted in a beam that looked like a corkscrew with a gradually changing twist. And when the beam struck a flat surface, it looked like a crescent moon. The researchers noted that looked at another way, a single photon at the front of the beam was orbiting around its center more slowly than a photon at the back of the beam. The researchers promptly dubbed the new property self-torque—and not only is it a newly discovered property of light, it is also one that has never even been predicted.

    A new property of light beams, the self-torque of light, which is associated to a temporal variation of the orbital angular momentum. Extreme-ultraviolet ultrafast pulses with self-torque are generated through high harmonic generation."

    Remember what I said about argon gas and Ormus in the gas phase, could that play a part in the experiments? An intriguing possibility.
     
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    The latest ESTC (Energy Science & Tech Conference) produced by Aaron Murakami has wrapped up last week.
    It usually takes Some time for post-production to edit and publish them (unfortunately, each presentation costs $).
    Thankfully, the panel presentation featuring the usual suspects is available below for free.

    Since James DeMeo took to stage first, I thought I’d post it here (all about Reich):

    http://emediapress.com/2019/08/01/panel-discussion-1-2019-energy-science-technology-conference/



    Wonder if Greg was able to go there this year..:rolleyes:

    Edit 5/8: Finished watching this insightful Q&A exchange. Mavericks like Eric Dollar whose sharp insights arouse your curiosity, and the others as well. Paul Babcock was also great, promoting the open-sourcing of these devices and concepts so more people can be educated & emulate/improve upon.
     
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    Are you sure that is the DeMeo Reich presentation? I kind of skimmed through it, and it seemed to be a lot of shop talk about math. Did I miss something?

    Also, was thinking about what Aaron has said before about 'gravity' being an 'ether push' rather than a 'mass pull' phenomenon. If so, what does this say about satellites? I've always been a bit suss on the whole throw the ball up high enough and it won't come down thing...

    If the ether push hypothesis IS correct, how can satellites just 'float' out in space?
     
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    This is not DeMeo’s presentation (which is behind a paywall), but instead the panel discussion including him, as well as others. Hence why it sometimes goes into technicalities (which go way beyond my stoner mind, but still interesting).
    Sorry for the confusion :)
    Still, some interesting anecdotes during the Q&A on Reich’s orgone acumulator and replications (incl. cloud busting experiments).

    As for satellites floating, I don’t really know. I would assume that, as birds fly in the air due to charge differences (going against the push of gravity as static (repelling) charges builds up on their feathers), so would satellites be able to float, especially at the constant speed they’re revolving around Earth.

    But that’s just my interpretation of Dr Pollack’s theory, I wouldn’t really know.
     
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    From what I understand there isn't enough air for there to be triboelectric charge buildup. Although the surrounding charge where they are located is still substantial. Whether a pull or a push of equal amount makes little difference to an orbit. When something is in a stable orbit it is essentially going fast enough that while it is falling, the horizon is dropping away due to the curvature of the earth at an approximately equal rate to the amount it falls due to it's horizontal velocity.
    [​IMG]
     
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    wait, are you telling me that those pieces of fucking tin foil travel at 25,000 km an hour..?

    I almost got a grip on it conceptually with what Nassim Haramein was saying about centrifugal / centripetal forces in balance, but then I lost it again.

    Also, I'm fucking dying at that picture of a guy in a space suit pushing a shopping trolley into the ISS at 28,000 km an hour.
     
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