Re: [sl] the Green Language of Light?
- Hi, Chris
Thanks for pulling up this interesting article. Fraid it's not by a
longtime list member, however. Vincent Bridges is not our Vincent.
See here for a bio of VB http://vincentbridges.com/about/
The article tries to pack everything in the world into one box, but the
relationship between i ching and dna is really fun.
The bio-photonic work of Fritz-Albert Popp mentioned in the article
strikes a real cord with me because I have just finished reading Lynne
McTaggart's book The Field: Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe.
Chapter three is an outline and history of his scientific work.
Absolutely amazing stuff.
I recommend McTaggart's book highly. She is a science writer by
profession and blends medical research, Quantum physics, and paranormal
experiments very well.
Here is one of the reviews from Amazon
This is probably the most complete and readable description of all the
paranormal research that has taken place both in this country and abroad.
McTaggart describes research and documented evidence of the apparent
telepathic and telekinetic powers of the brain as well as its ability to
affect the health status both of the individual and of others. She
relates experiments that presumably prove that even chickens and rabbits
have such powers. She mentions some of the (mostly secret) experiments
in remote viewing carried out by our government during the Cold War.
McTaggart describes experiments in homeopathic medicine, where the
curing substance is diluted to such an extent that it is there only as a
memory, and yet still remains potent.
Such information, of course, has appeared in other books. McTaggart,
however, goes on to point out that the classical idea that events are
not influenced by the observer does not hold in quantum physics dealing
with electrons and sub-particles. She proceeds to describe at great
length the Random Effects Generator, essentially a computerized random
number generator, and how it is affected by conscious and unconscious
wishes of nearby, and even remote, observers. A large amount of
information that she describes is based on results obtained through such
So far, the description deals with presumably real experimental
observations. Where the book takes a giant leap, however, is in its
identification of what enables these effects: the Zero Point Energy
Field. The basic principle in Heisenberg's and Bohr's quantum theory is
that sub-atomic particles don't exist until they are observed. The
entire Creation Theory of our modern physicists is based on the idea
that sub-atomic particles can continuously jump into existence and then
disappear, as long as both operations take place in less time that the
Planck period (10exp-43 seconds) since we cannot observe anything within
such a small time interval. These continuous particle appearances and
disappearances are described by a field which McTaggart postulates that
we have the ability to affect. This field presumably involves huge
quantities of energy that could become accessible if only we only knew
how. (Interestingly, she does not question the source of such a huge
amount of energy in our universe.)
The final conclusion is that everything is interrelated, and everything
consists of energy vibrations. Everything is one, so it is little wonder
that we can affect our environment with our conscious or unconscious
thoughts. Personally I agree with this final statement, but there is no
proof that McTaggart's postulated Zero Point Energy Field is the real
enabling mechanism. Instead, it could easily be the recently postulated
vibrating energy strings, as claimed by Lewis Tarter in his God Theory,
or some other mechanism not yet identified. In any case, however, the
existence of such an effect can have tremendous theological
implications. I definitely recommend this book.
(The writer is the author of Christianity without Fairy Tales: When
Science and Religion Merge.)
>A long time listmember has this page on the topic:
>Cyrstallinks also has this snipped (bottom of page):
>If we could re-phrase the topic as "divination" or in particular "divination by birdflight" I
>think we would get an interesting response from the readership here. I know I'd be happy
>to comment if that's what it was called and/or that's what you wanted to talk about.
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