Menu Close

Page 2 of 3

Researchers capture first ‘image’ of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

April 12, 2017
Dark matter filaments bridge the space between galaxies in this false colour map. The locations of bright galaxies are shown by the white regions and the presence of a dark matter filament bridging the galaxies is shown in red. Credit: S. Epps & M. Hudson / University of Waterloo

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have been able to capture the first composite image of a dark matter bridge that connects galaxies together. The scientists publish their work in a new paper in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

The composite image, which combines a number of individual images, confirms predictions that across the universe are tied together through a connected by dark matter that has until now remained unobservable.

Dark matter, a mysterious substance that comprises around 25 per cent of the universe, doesn’t shine, absorb or reflect light, which has traditionally made it largely undetectable, except through gravity.

“For decades, researchers have been predicting the existence of dark-matter filaments between galaxies that act like a web-like superstructure connecting galaxies together,” said Mike Hudson, a professor of astronomy at the University of Waterloo. “This image moves us beyond predictions to something we can see and measure.”

As part of their research, Hudson and co-author Seth Epps, a master’s student at the University of Waterloo at the time, used a technique called weak gravitational lensing, an effect that causes the images of distant galaxies to warp slightly under the influence of an unseen mass such as a planet, a black hole, or in this case, dark matter. The effect was measured in images from a multi-year sky survey at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope.

They combined lensing images from more than 23,000 galaxy pairs located 4.5 billion light-years away to create a or map that shows the presence of dark matter between the two galaxies. Results show the dark matter filament bridge is strongest between systems less than 40 million light years apart.

“By using this technique, we’re not only able to see that these filaments in the universe exist, we’re able to see the extent to which these filaments connect galaxies together,” said Epps.

Explore further: Team puts dark matter on the map

More information: Seth D. Epps et al. The weak-lensing masses of filaments between luminous red galaxies, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2017). DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stx517

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-04-capture-image-dark-web-galaxies.html#jCp

 

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

The U.S. Military Believes People Have a Sixth Sense

In 2014, the Office of Naval Research embarked on a four-year, $3.85 million research program to explore the phenomena it calls premonition and intuition, or “Spidey sense,” for sailors and Marines.

“We have to understand what gives rise to this so-called ‘sixth sense,’ says Peter Squire, a program officer in ONR’s Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Combating Terrorism department. Today’s Navy scientists place less emphasis on trying to understand the phenomena theoretically and more on using technology to examine the mysterious process, which Navy scientists assure the public is not based on superstition. “If the researchers understand the process, there may be ways to accelerate it — and possibly spread the powers of intuition throughout military units,” says Dr. Squire. The Pentagon’s focus is to maximize the power of the sixth sense for operational use. “If we can characterize this intuitive decision-making process and model it, then the hope is to accelerate the acquisition of these skills,” says Lieutenant Commander Brent Olde of ONR’s Warfighter Performance Department for Human and Bioengineered Systems. “[Are] there ways to improve premonition through training?” he asks.

 According to the Pentagon, the program was born of field reports from the war theater, including a 2006 incident in Iraq, when Staff Sergeant Martin Richburg, using intuition, prevented carnage in an IED, or improvised explosive device, incident. Commander Joseph Cohn, a program manager at the naval office, told the New York Times, “These reports from the field often detailed a ‘sixth sense’ or ‘Spidey sense’ that alerted them to an impending attack or I.E.D., or that allowed them to respond to a novel situation without consciously analyzing the situation.”

Related

More than a decade later, today’s Defense Department has accelerated practical applications of this concept. Active-duty Marines are being taught to hone precognitive skills in order to “preempt snipers, IED emplacers and other irregular assaults [using] advanced perceptual competences that have not been well studied.” Because of the stigma of ESP and PK, the nomenclature has changed, allowing the Defense Department to distance itself from its remote-viewing past. Under the Perceptual Training Systems and Tools banner, extrasensory perception has a new name in the modern era: “sensemaking.” In official Defense Department literature sensemaking is defined as “a motivated continuous effort to understand connections (which can be among people, places, and events) in order to anticipate their trajectories and act effectively.”

Over decades, wars change location and weapons design evolves, while man’s perceptual capacities remain relatively close to what they have been for thousands of years. Fifty years ago in Vietnam, Joe McMoneagle used his sixth sense to avoid stepping on booby traps, falling into punji pits, and walking into Viet Cong ambushes. His ability to sense danger was not lost on his fellow soldiers, and the power of his intuitive capabilities spread throughout his military unit. Other soldiers had confidence in this subconscious ability and followed McMoneagle’s lead. In a life-or-death environment there was no room for skepticism or ignominy. If it saved lives, it was real. Since 1972, CIA and DoD research indicates that premonition, or precognition, appears to be weak in some, strong in others, and extraordinary in a rare few. Will the Navy’s contemporary work on “sensemaking,” the continuous effort to understand the connections among people, places, and events, finally unlock the mystery of ESP? Might technology available to today’s defense scientists reveal hypothe- ses not available to scientists in an earlier age?

At Naval Hospital Bremerton, in Washington State, defense scientists and military researchers are exploring cognition and perception in soldiers’ virtual dream states. Starting in 2011, as part of a research program called Power Dreaming, soldiers plagued by PTSD-related nightmares have used biofeedback techniques similar to those studied by Colonel John Alexander in the Intelligence and Security Command’s Beyond Excellence program, under General Albert Stubblebine. For today’s Navy, biofeedback has been updated with twenty-first-century virtual reality technology that did not exist 30 years ago. Sponsored by the Naval Medical Research Center, the Power Dreaming program involves a process called Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Warrior Trainees. Participants are active-duty soldiers suffering from PTSD-related nightmares who are eligible to be sent back to the battlefield. The method, called redreaming, is alleged to be a learned technique that produces changes in the way one’s brain processes information. Its goal is to teach trainees to transform their debilitating nightmares into empowering dreams using bio- feedback techniques and computer technology.

Biofeedback, born in 1962, draws on the idea that the human brain (millions of years in the making) can benefit from seeing itself work in real time. Some of the life processes the trainee can see in real time are his brain waves, heart rate, muscle tension, skin conductance, and pain perception. The process goes like this: when the soldier wakes up from a nightmare, he gets out of bed and goes to a nearby government-issued computer. He puts on 3-D goggles and straps a Heart Rate Variability biofeedback device onto his forearm so that biofeedback can be integrated into the redreaming process. Hooked up to these two devices, the soldier opens a software program called the Book of Dreams. With a few clicks on the keyboard, he enters the virtual world Second Life.

Jacobsen is a journalist and the author of Phenomena, from which this was adapted, and the Pulitzer finalist The Pentagon’s Brain, among other books.

TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices, providing commentary on events in news, society, and culture. We welcome outside contributions. Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors.

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

Cymatics–the science of visible sound–has just taken a giant leap into the future, with profound implications for medical science

Sound vibrations are now being analyzed digitally showing amazing patterns. Scientists will be able to analyze the sound patterns emanating from healthy and diseased cells. With this type of technology it should be possible to generate images of the sound vibrations of all living organisms as well as the more sentient, which should be very interesting. How long before we are able to see the vibratory images that we as humans create from our speech?

Cymatics–the science of visible sound–has just taken a giant leap into the future, with profound implications for medical science

The CymaScope is a new type of analog scientific instrument that makes sound visible, allowing scientists to see sound’s vibrations. Within the instrument the surface of pure water offers a kind of super-sensitive membrane and by imprinting sounds onto the liquid surface, unique patterns of sound energy are created for every unique sound.

Just as the invention of the microscope and telescope revealed aspects of the world and Universe that we didn’t even know existed, the CymaScope allows the once hidden realm of sound to become visible.  And since everything in the Universe is in a state of vibration a tool that shows the structures within sound and vibration can provide important new scientific insights.

Cymatics--the science of visible sound--has just taken a giant leap into the future, with profound implications for medical science

Visualizations of piano note sounds via the Cymascope.

Cymatics--the science of visible sound--has just taken a giant leap into the future, with profound implications for medical science

But now, American scientist, Dr. Sungchul Ji, has developed a novel method to digitize the CymaScope, permitting the sound patterns to be analyzed with digital tools, effectively creating the world’s first Digital CymaScope.

Dr. Sungchul explained,

“I first encountered the CymaScope in November 2016 when its developer, John Stuart Reid, gave a lecture at the 11th Water Conference in Sofia, Bulgaria. I found his lecture on the Holographic Properties of Water to be inspirational, highlighting the potential for the CymaScope instrument. So much so that upon my return to the USA I began to investigate how I could digitize this important new scientific tool, which would allow me and other scientists to analyze CymaGlyphs (the name given to sound patterns) quantitatively. I contacted John Stuart Reid and made suggestions as to how this might be possible. Astonishingly, within the space of only a few weeks, facilitated by the timely financial support provided by GreenMedInfo, Bonita Springs, FL, USA we were able to develop a digital method that allows any CymaGlyph to be analyzed numerically.”

John Stuart Reid takes up the story,

“Dr. Sungchul’s method, like all good ideas is simple in its concept, requiring a camera that captures the CymaScope imagery and outputs RAW video frames that can then be analysed by a combination of powerful software tools. We chose the Blackmagic Production Camera, which offers superb resolution and stability. The visible sound imagery we are now working with provides a level of detail we had only previously dreamed of. It is poetic to think that Dr. Sungchul is researching Blackbody Radiation and that the camera providing the key to the Digital CymaScope is named “Blackmagic”. My team and I are very excited about the future”.

The first project chosen for the Digital CymaScope is to differentiate between healthy cells and diseased cells. All cells create sound as a natural aspect of their metabolism and healthy cells have a different sonic signature to diseased cells. When cell sounds are made visible with the Digital CymaScope distinctive features can be analyzed that could lead to the development of a new diagnostic tool.

Sungchul Ji recently published a paper in which the Digital CymaScope is cited for the first time. Titled,  “Waves as the Symmetry Principle Underlying Cosmic, Cell, and Human Languages”, part of its abstract predicts that gravitational waves will one day be visualized with the Digital CymaScope. If this prediction proves to be valid, a new era of quantitative gravitational cosmology may emerge in the future in which the Digital CymaScope may play an essential role.   Dr. Sungchul’s paper was published on 20th February 2017 by MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute), an academic open-access publisher with headquarters in Basel, Switzerland.

To stay abreast of the continued research and development milestones related to the Digital CymaScope visit SystomeBiomed.com.

Learn more about Sungchul Ji’s work on his website: Conformon.net

Learn more about John Stuart Reid’s work on his website: Cymascope.com

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of GreenMedInfo or its staff.

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

The Medicine of the Future Is Light: Recent Research on What Photons Can Tell Us About Health and Disease

 

Do you remember learning about photons in your science classes in high school? If so, the focus was likely on their association with small particles and physics, and you probably did not learn much about how they might relate to human disease.

In case you need a recap: photons are subatomic particles that carry electromagnetic radiation and force. When electrons become excited, they can emit a packet of light, or a photon, which arises from the extra energy, and a lower energy-level electron.

Although photons are most often associated with light, they do exist in all matter, including human cells. As you walk around, you are constantly emitting low levels of these light particles, although they are invisible to the naked eye. How bioluminescent you are might just say something about your health.

 

Ultraweak Photon Emissions and Human Health and Disease

The photons in animals, plant matter, and human cells are referred to as ultraweak photons, with the radiation activity referred to as ultraweak photon emission (UPE) or biophoton emission. Since the 1960s, scientists have been researching UPEs and their connection to metabolism and disease. It was at this time that technology advanced, so researchers could see these weak emissions. Since then, studies have found connections between higher levels of UPEs and disease, including diabetes.

The body is continually undergoing oxidative reactions that release free radicals and biophoton emissions as byproducts from the changing states of the electrons. Although a certain amount of biophoton emissions is normal, since there are constant reactions in the body releasing free radicals, there are some disease states in which there are more oxygen radicals, meaning there would be higher levels of UPEs.

What does all this mean? Basically, measuring UPE levels is a way to measure oxidative stress, because reactive oxygen species emit most of the biophotons. Oxidative stress is linked to many diseases. Although some oxidative stress is beneficial and plays a biological role, having more than the antioxidant capacity of the body leads to disease. When the antioxidant capacity increases, such as through the addition of key antioxidants including glutathione, vitamin C, vitamin E, and CoQ10, UPEs decrease.

 

Biophoton Emissions and the Brain

UPE levels do not simply reflect the oxidative status of cells; they also might play an important role in neuronal functions. Neurons are highly active cells that constantly undergo oxidative reactions and thereby release ROS and biophotons. Studies have found correlations between neuronal activity and UPE. In fact, there is a direct correlation between the level of UPE and neural activity, most likely demonstrated within the energy metabolism. It would seem that UPE could provide a non-invasive tool for assessing brainwaves and neuronal activity to help determine disease states of the brain.

 

The Promise–and Difficulty–of Measuring UPE

Scientists largely agree that UPE levels have the potential to be a powerful non-invasive diagnostic tool. They tend to be emitted in quantities that are relatively close to an average value. There are some fluctuations, depending on the person and the part of the body. But if they are higher than average, something is wrong.

The results of studies in associating high levels with a disease state are promising. In one study, the researchers could correctly detect subtypes (based on Traditional Chinese Medicine) of type 2 diabetes even in the early stages of the disease by looking at UPE levels of the study participants. The correlation was largely based on the urine metabolites, demonstrating a connection between metabolomics and UPE. Studies have also shown it as a promising tool in identifying mitochondrial dysfunction and cancer.

However, there are a few limitations and issues that have slowed the adoption of this potential diagnostic tool. The main one? Creating a realistic diagnostic test. Currently, the tests require long exposure, limiting the practical application of the methods available. More studies are also needed to determine the statistical correlation between disease state and normal levels of UPE. Studies are underway to develop tools to overcome these limitations and develop a platform to integrate UPE and metabolomics.

 

Adaptogens and UPE

UPE levels do not just have to be connected with finding problems; they also can be the target of treatment for a disease. For example, adaptogens, such as Rhodiola rosea, Siberian ginseng, and Schisandra chinensis have been associated with improvements in a variety of ailments, including oxidative stress, inflammation, depression, cognitive performance, fatigue, and more. It has been proposed that adaptogens work through affecting several of the stress responses at the molecular level to help regulate homeostasis.

Another potential method of action is that adaptogens influence UPEs. In a pilot experiment, researchers took 30 subjects and randomly placed them into three groups: a control taking a placebo, a group taking a mixture of three adaptogens, and one group taking Rhodiola rosea alone. The UPEs were measured before and after taking the supplements for a week. Compared to the control group, those in the Rhodiola group had a significant decrease in their biophoton emissions. There was also an improvement in levels of fatigue for the group taking Rhodiola. The group taking the mixture of adaptogens did not experience a similar change compared to the control group, so it is possible that Rhodiola has a greater effect in this area than other adaptogens.

 

The Effect of Meditation on UPE

Meditation has increasingly been studied as a potential treatment for a wide variety of physical and mental ailments. One potential reason for its efficacy? The effect on UPE. A few studies have found that meditation creates shifts in the levels of UPE. One small study looked at five subjects who underwent meditation either sitting or lying down. Prior to the study, one of the subjects exhibited higher UPE levels than the others. For that subject, meditation led to a large decrease in UPE both during and after the meditation session. For the others, there was a smaller decrease. These results might correlate to the capacity for meditation to influence oxidative and anti-oxidative reactions.

Another study found that those with a history of transcendental meditation practice had lower UPE levels than controls. This study reviewed the UPE levels of 20 healthy men with a 10-year history of practicing transcendental meditation and found they were different than those of the control subjects, again supporting the idea that meditation can help control free radicals.

 Researchers continue to explore the development of diagnostic tools and treatment options that target biophoton emissions. While we wait for this to become a routine component of healthcare, to be accessed at your fingertips via your cell phone, you can still take some actions now to reduce your oxidative stress levels–and your photonic emissions–for better health.

 

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

Acupuncture Painkilling Effect Found

Acupuncture is effective for pain relief. Researchers from the University of South Florida (Tampa) and the Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Fuzhou) document that acupuncture alleviates pain, in part, by regulation of microglial cells. These are non-neural cells that comprise part of the central nervous system structure. Scientists already knew that microglial cells act as macrophages at sites of damaged central nervous system tissue. The research team (Lin et al.) from the University of South Florida (Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences) along with researchers from the Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (College of Acupuncture) made the key findings.

 

Glial Cells and Neurons

 

The researchers cite evidence demonstrating that acupuncture inhibits “microglial and astrocytic proliferation coupled with improved functional recovery after SCI [spinal cord injury].” They add, “acupuncture exerts a remarkable analgesic effect on SCI by also inhibiting production of microglial cells through attenuation of p38MAPK and ERK activation.” The researchers note that their investigation summarizes “clinical evidence demonstrating that acupuncture is capable of producing analgesia in neuropathic pain by suppressing microglial activation.” Funding for the groundbreaking research was provided by the US Department of Defense, University of South Florida Neurosurgery and Brain Repair, and the James and Esther King Biomedical Research Foundation.

The researchers note that scientists find both microglia and astrocytes involved in inflammation and pain. In addition, the researchers cite evidence demonstrating that acupuncture has an inhibitory effect on microglial activation. The research team provides background to this information. Microglia are the primary immune system cells in the central nervous system. They secrete proinflammatory and neurotoxic mediators when activated. The release of these mediators creates a positive feedback loop that leads to increased reactive oxygen species (ROS) induced microglial activation and subsequent inflammatory responses. Since acupuncture inhibits ROS, the researchers note that their findings “provide the possibility that acupuncture can be used effectively as a nonpharmacological intervention for spinal cord injury (SCI)-induced chronic neuropathic pain in patients.” They add that acupuncture has an important benefit to the brain. Electroacupuncture alleviates oxidative damage to the hippocampus by “preventing microglial activation.”

Lin et al. cited specific acupuncture points shown to elicit specific microglial responses. Electroacupuncture at GB20 (Huantiao) and GB34 (Yanglingquan) “significantly suppressed CFA-induced nociceptive behavioral hypersensitivity and spinal microglial activation.” Freund’s Complete Adjuvant (CFA) is comprised of inactive mycobacteria, often used for stimulating cell mediated immunity responses in research. Moreover, when electroacupuncture was combined with a microglial inhibitor drug, the pain relieving effects of electroacupuncture were enhanced for cases of allodynia and hyperalgesia. The research team adds several other examples of microglial attenuation by acupuncture, including the ability of manual acupuncture to downregulate MAC-1 (macrophage-1 antigen), an indicator of microglial activation.

Lin et al. discussed other mechanisms shown to alleviate pain by modern research. They note that acupuncture stimulates the release of neurotransmitters, including opioids, in the central nervous system (2,3,4). The researchers add that this causes “potent analgesia, regulation of visceral functions, and immune modulation.” Lin et al. add that electroacupuncture enhances natural killer (NK) cell activity and beta-endorphin production via the hypothalamus.

The research team notes that numerous MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) studies find electroacupuncture effective for the activation of the hypothalamus. In one study cited by the team, researchers find “evidence suggesting that chronic pain patients respond to acupuncture differently than HC [healthy controls], through a coordinated limbic network including the hypothalamus and amygdala (Napadow et al.).”

Napadow et al. used fMRI data to compare true acupuncture with sham acupuncture for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. The acupuncture point LI4 (Hegu) was tested. Both short-term and long-term responses were measured. True acupuncture at the real acupuncture point stimulated significantly “greater activation in the hypothalamus and deactivation in the amygdala” for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. The research team was comprised of Massachusetts General Hospital (Charlestown), Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (Boston, Massachusetts), and Logan College of Chiropractic (Chesterfield, Missouri) researchers.

Lin et al. note that numerous studies find acupuncture effective for the relief of pain; however, the mechanisms of action were unknown. For example, University of Manchester (UK) researchers (Abuaisha et al.) note, “acupuncture is a safe and effective therapy for the long-term management of painful diabetic neuropathy, although its mechanism of action remains speculative.” Lin et al. add that researchers at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute in the Lyndhurst Centre (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) also found acupuncture clinically effective but did not map the mechanisms of effective action. The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute researchers concluded, “This retrospective study suggests that the Lyndhurst Center Central Neuropathic Pain Acupuncture Protocol may be an effective treatment option for patients with SCI who are experiencing below-level central neuropathic pain.”

Lin et al. provided another important example of clinical results with a call for greater inquiry into the mechanisms of effective action. Researchers from the University of Maryland (Baltimore) conclude, “Electroacupuncture blocks pain by activating a variety of bioactive chemicals through peripheral, spinal, and supraspinal mechanisms. These include opioids, which desensitize peripheral nociceptors and reduce proinflammatory cytokines peripherally and in the spinal cord, and serotonin and norepinephrine, which decrease spinal N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor subunit GluN1 phosphorylation.” Given the results of their research, the University of Maryland team (Zhang et al.) adds, “Clarification of acupuncture/electroacupuncture mechanisms will open a variety of opportunities to combine acupuncture/electroacupuncture with medications to manage and control pain, which makes it all the more important to continue such research.” The University of Maryland study was published in the The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

Lin et al. note that mechanisms of action have been explored in a variety of research. For example, Xiao et al. conclude that “P2X3 receptors in the lPAG [lateral midbrain periaqueductal gray] are involved in the supraspinal antinociception effect of EA [electroacupuncture] treatment.” Lin et al. note that the details of the research by Xiao et al. reveal that PAG (midbrain periaqueductal gray) is an important brain structure active in electroacupuncture pain regulation.

Lin et al. made significant findings. They note that acupuncture modulates homeostasis and alleviates pain. In addition, acupuncture activates areas of the central nervous system including the PAG and nucleus raphe magnus. In addition, acupuncture deactivates areas of the limbic system thereby regulating emotions correlated with pain.

Lin et al. provide insight into how acupuncture achieves its analgesic effects. The research demonstrates that acupuncture alleviates pain, in part, by inhibiting microglial activation. In addition, a microglial inhibitor drug was found to enhance the painkilling effects of acupuncture. Additional investigations into the effective mechanisms of acupuncture may help to improve clinical protocols resulting in improved analgesia for patients.

 

Source: http://www.healthcmi.com/Acupuncture-Continuing-Education-News/1705-acupuncture-painkilling-effect-found

 

References:
1. Lin, Lili, Nikola Skakavac, Xiaoyang Lin, Dong Lin, Mia C. Borlongan, Cesar V. Borlongan, and Chuanhai Cao. “Acupuncture-induced analgesia: the role of microglial inhibition.” Cell transplantation 25, no. 4 (2016): 621-628.

2. Han, J. S. Acupuncture neuropeptide release produced by electrical stimulation of different frequencies. Trends Neurosci. 26(1):17–22; 2003.

3. Mori, H.; Nishijo, K.; Kawamura, H.; Abo, T. Unique immunomodulation by electro-acupuncture in humans possibly via stimulation of the autonomic nervous system. Neurosci. Lett. 320(1–2):21–24; 2002.

4. Sato, A.; Schmidt, R. F. The modulation of visceral functions by somatic afferent activity. Jpn. J. Physiol. 37(1):1–17; 1987.

5. Napadow, V., N. Kettner, J. Liu, M. Li, K. K. Kwong, M. Vangel, N. Makris, J. Audette, and K. K. S. Hui. “Hypothalamus and amygdala response to acupuncture stimuli in carpal tunnel syndrome.” Pain 130, no. 3 (2007): 254-266.

6. Abuaisha, B. B., J. B. Costanzi, and A. J. M. Boulton. “Acupuncture for the treatment of chronic painful peripheral diabetic neuropathy: a long-term study.” Diabetes research and clinical practice 39, no. 2 (1998): 115-121.

7. Zhang, Ruixin, Lixing Lao, Ke Ren, and Brian M. Berman. “Mechanisms of acupuncture–electroacupuncture on persistent pain.” The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 120, no. 2 (2014): 482-503.

8. Xiao, Zhi, Shan Ou, Wen-Juan He, Yan-Dong Zhao, Xiao-Hong Liu, and Huai-Zhen Ruan. “Role of midbrain periaqueductal gray P2X3 receptors in electroacupuncture-mediated endogenous pain modulatory systems.” Brain research 1330 (2010): 31-44.

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

Why Frequencies are the Key to Understanding Parallel Universes and Time Travel

Frequencies

The eminent physicist and co-founder of string theory, Michio Kaku, has said:

“If you have a radio in your living room…and you have all frequencies in your living room; BBC, Radio Moscow, ABC, but your radio is tuned to one frequency—you’re decohered from all the other frequencies. You’re only coherent [wave phase and amplitude in alignment; either exactly or in whole number ratios] with one frequency. We now believe that the universe is vibrating and that there are vibrations of other universes right in this room. There are the universes of dinosaurs because the comet didn’t hit 65 million years ago; the wave function of aliens from outer space looking at the rubble of an earth that already was destroyed—all in your living room, except we have decohered from them. We’re no longer in tune with them, we don’t vibrate with them…Probably there are other parallel universes in your living room and believe it or not this is called modern physics…get used to it. This is the modern interpretation of the quantum theory, that many worlds represents reality.”

Not long ago, almost anyone who uttered such a sentiment would have been dismissed by many as “New Age-y,” “flaky,” and so on, but it is no longer feasible to use such convenient rationalizations with physicists of Kaku’s credibility speaking as a clairvoyant or mystic might. In fact, identical sentiments have been put forth by theosophists a century and more ago in describing the astral plane, which interpenetrates the physical plane without either realm’s inhabitants being aware of the other, “whose senses are normally capable of responding to the undulations of their world only.”

In 1953, Aldous Huxley, having experimented with ingesting hallucinogens such as mescaline, psilocybin, and LSD, suggested that the function of the brain, nervous system, and sense organs is primarily eliminative rather than productive, operating as a “reducing valve” that protects us from being overwhelmed and confused by a mass of useless and irrelevant knowledge, leaving only the tiny selection likely to be practically useful.

The eminent psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, who has researched the effects of LSD on consciousness extensively, has expressed agreement with this “reducing valve” way of looking at the brain.iv By the time of publication of his book The Holotropic Mind in 1993, Grof had completed some 24,000 altered state sessions with clients and patients—no small body of evidence to substantiate his view.

In 1983, Swiss scientist Albert Hoffman, who first synthesized LSD (and experimented with it on himself), expressed the view that LSD, by altering the brain’s chemistry, tunes it to other wavelengths from its usual one, thus allowing other realities to enter into one’s awareness.v

Intuitives have long used the terms vibration and frequency to describe what they see and feel, but only now is it becoming quite apparent how prescient their vernacular actually was even before the advent of quantum physics. This is the dialect of modern physics, not the old physics that described a “dead,” meaningless world of inert, “solid” matter with only empty space in between, and that featured merely epiphenomenal consciousness. Cybernetician David Foster wrote in a letter to Colin Wilson that the universe is a structure of waves and vibrations, the inner content of which is “meaning,” with man being a micro-system of the same essential vibratory nature within the meaningful universal wave system.

He went on to add that the mind is a radio set that can “tune in” to thousands of different vibrations in the aether.

Such “tuning in” yields what we myopically call ESP. Think of it this way: two people with the same quantum phase have a phase difference of zero, and are therefore completely real to each other. To be able to shake hands or interact solidly, we must have the same quantum phase, the same “time-dependent phase factor,” meaning we share the same moment in time. If our quantum phases are altered with respect to each other, our interaction will be less tangible. One of us may perceive the other as being “ghostly”; the interaction may appear to be “paranormal”—get the idea?

In Bearden’s model, the “only difference between any two entities in the various worlds is a matter of orthogonal rotation,” rotation at right angles to the original reference frame/reality. One orthorotation away, the first “hyperspace” in this schema, is the electromagnetic field. Another 90 degree rotation away is the hyperspace occupied by the de Broglie waves. Following this, one more rotation away is a purely mental/virtual world in which 3D objects would be points to us here if seen from our reference frame. According to Bearden, any hyperspace beyond this is only ever three rotational turns away from our frame. Physical phenomena in these frames are mental phenomena with respect to ours—but they are still very real. This would effectively make the contents of all parallel worlds aspects of our collective unconscious, part of our own psyche.

Intriguingly, Rick Strassman, psychiatrist and researcher into dimethyltryptamine (DMT), following his research into the effects of DMT on human consciousness and the anomalous experiences it produced in test subjects, speculated that parallel universes might be familiar to us, even if the organisms and technologies therein developed along drastically different lines. He believes that reptilian and insect-like beings, and unrecognizable shapes imbued with intelligence should not be unexpected, and nor should highly advanced forms of technology—all of which were reported by his DMT test subjects.

Holding all of the above firmly in mind, we note those bizarre instances—of which there are documented cases—wherein people have inexplicably found themselves witnessing or even participating in a scene from a “parallel” reality, sometimes what they perceive as the “past.”

Time Travel Through Parralell Universes

For instance, on August 10, 1901, two Oxford professors, Anne Moberly, the principal of St. Hugh’s College, and Eleanor Jourdain, the vice-principal, were wandering, lost, through the garden of the Petit Trianon at Versailles when they were both overcome with sudden feelings of gloom, depression, and unease, though they said nothing of it to one another at the time. Suddenly the scenery seemed somehow abnormal, lifeless, and unreal. Two men in “long greyish-green coats with small three-cornered hats” suddenly appeared and directed the women to the Petit Trianon. They strolled past an isolated cottage where a woman and a 12- or 13-year-old girl were standing at the doorway, both wearing white kerchiefs fastened under their bodices. Jourdain would later write that “both seemed to pause for an instant, as in a motion picture.”

The two continued on their way and soon reached a pavilion that stood in the middle of an enclosure. A sinister-looking man was sitting outside the pavilion, his face repulsively disfigured by smallpox, wearing a black cloak around his shoulders and a slouch hat—bizarre dress for the period and the weather. He turned to look in their direction though seemed almost to stare through them, not responding to their presence. Still, it was enough to make them feel extremely uncomfortable and the two professors walked on in silent unease until they reached a small terraced country house. A lady was sitting in full view on the lawn with her back to the house, though bizarrely, only one of the pair saw her despite both being keenly on the lookout for someone to ask for directions.

 

The woman, oddly dressed for the period in a summer dress with a long bodice and a very full but short skirt, held a large sheet of paper or cardboard in her hand and seemed to be working at a drawing. She had a pale green fichu or kerchief draped around her shoulders, and a large white hat covered her fair hair. As Moberly and Jourdain continued on, a young man, again oddly dressed, ran up to them and urgently offered them directions towards the Petit Trianon which they eventually located and entered, finding themselves in the midst of a wedding party wherein the participants were dressed in the garb of 1901, their time.

On subsequent trips to the Petit Trianon gardens the women found to their bafflement that a path they had walked down on their initial visit was now blocked by an old stone wall and had been for some time, evidently. Others no longer existed at all. Overall, the layout and dimensions of the grounds and buildings was completely and yet unaccountably different. The kiosk where the disfigured man sat, for instance, was no longer there.

Home in England searching through historical records, the women concluded that they had perhaps been transported into Queen Marie Antoinette’s actual memory of the day (August 10, 1972) in which the sacking of the Tuileries and the massacre of the Swiss Guards had taken place—which accounted for the agitated manner of the people in the garden and general sense of oppressive gloom—Moberly and Jourdain’s descriptions of the layout of the gardens and the outbuildings were unknown by Versailles historians at the time but were later verified by painstaking search and scrutiny of obscure records of Louis XVI’s court, including wages he paid to gardeners and carpenters for specific projects.

String theorists and cyberneticians rejoice. Probably the most compelling element of this particular report is that people from the scene/period approached the two women and addressed them specifically, demonstrating that they were not merely invisible bystanders, but very much real and perceptible. Thus, the women had essentially been transported back in time; they weren’t just witnessing a scene as outside observers, they were there in the “past.”

In a 1957 paper on how the focus of our awareness creates our reality, Hugh Everett described “simple moments in time when it becomes possible to jump from one reality to another by creating a quantum bridge between two already existing possibilities.” One wonders if he had intended to include such possibilities as this time-warping one. Everett called these windows of opportunity “choice points.” He was, evidently, very much aware of the pluralistic nature of “reality.”

Events such as the Moberly and Jourdain incident are familiar even to government-employed remote viewers. As we have seen and will see further, in quantum physics the past, present, and future are not clearly distinguishable from one another and research is ongoing into the effects the future has on the present (you read that correctly). In short, past, present, and future—all of them—exist now. In the words of physicist and string theory exponent Brian Greene:

“If you were having a great time at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, 1999, you still are.”

From the many-worlds perspective, there is nothing particularly unusual about this event. The occultist might suggest that the women had essentially stepped into an Akashic record of the past. So, were these two women of the 20th century actually there in the 1700s? Taking the view of the many-worlds interpretation, in at least one version, they were (and still are), and perhaps somewhere in that “parallel reality” there exists a record in some long since departed soul’s tattered old diary of the two “oddly dressed” women who seemed out of place in the garden of the Petit Trianon that day as everyone bustled about hastily and on edge. There is no “separate time period,” simply a larger hyperdimensional reality that:

“…enfolds all time. If we could step into a hyperframe and see all instants through history frozen in time, we could choose a different one to step into and experience.”

Novikov applied the “principle of least action” to time travel, and, in what Strieber refers to as a “brilliant feat of mathematics” showed that the only movements through time satisfying this principle must be those in which the grandfather paradox cannot apply: “time travel will never cause a situation in which one of these paradoxes could take place.” If we were to access a particle stream moving faster than light, we could theoretically time-travel. As Einstein’s relativity showed, the faster something moves, the slower its subjective time passes, and if it were to break the light speed threshold, it would then be traveling backwards in time (time would “reverse”). Author Whitley Strieber asked in 1997 if the mind could somehow enable time travel. Strieber has had his own Versailles-like experiences, so he already knew the answer. It is “yes.” Government-backed research has validated this notion, as we will see.

Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek says, “We are haunted by the awareness that infinitely many slightly variant copies of ourselves are living out their parallel lives and that every moment more duplicates spring into existence and take up our many alternative futures.” Max Tegmark of MIT has expressed a virtually identical.

Kaku mentioned in his description of reality something called decoherence, a theory stating that though all these infinite parallel universes are possibilities, our universe’s wave function has decohered from them: it no longer vibrates in unison/in phase with them. It therefore no longer interacts with them. The result is that though we might coexist simultaneously with the wave function of inhabitants of other universes, we are no longer “in tune” with them.

Nobel laureate Steve Weinberg has also used the radio station in the living room analogy to describe our situation. This is a very apt analogy for the reality we find ourselves in. The decoherence interpretation of quantum mechanics leads to multiple universes/many worlds and avoids the postulation of a wave function collapse. For the time being we note that these parallel worlds postulated by the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, or “decohered universes” actually do, in rare circumstances, spill over into this world, so to speak.

Written by Brendan D. Murphy

Excerpted from The Grand Illusion – Book 1

Brendan D Murphy is Co-founder of Global Freedom Movement and author of the critically acclaimed “mind-blowing masterpiece” THE GRAND ILLUSION: A SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY, Brendan D. Murphy is a leading expositor of the new paradigm of integrated science and spirituality/sovereignty, and has been referred to as the “Chomsky of the spiritual movement.”. He is also a passionate advocate of accelerated conscious evolution through sound-based DNA and kundalini activation.

Source: http://www.thewayofmeditation.com.au/blog/why-frequencies-are-the-key-to-understanding-parallel-universes-and-time-travel/

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

Intuition is the Highest Form of Intelligence

Intuition is the highest form of intelligence

Intuition, argues Gerd Gigerenzer, a director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, is less about suddenly “knowing” the right answer and more about instinctively understanding what information is unimportant and can thus be discarded.

Gigerenzer, author of the book Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious, says that he is both intuitive and rational. “In my scientific work, I have hunches. I can’t explain always why I think a certain path is the right way, but I need to trust it and go ahead. I also have the ability to check these hunches and find out what they are about. That’s the science part. Now, in private life, I rely on instinct. For instance, when I first met my wife, I didn’t do computations. Nor did she.”

I’m telling you this because recently one of my readers, Joy Boleda, posed a question that stopped me in my tracks:

What about intuition? It has never been titled as a form of intelligence, but would you think that someone who has great intuition in things, has more intelligence?

My “gut instinct” is to say yes, especially when we are talking about people who are already intellectually curious, rigorous in their pursuit of knowledge, and willing to challenge their own assumptions.

Let me put this a bit simpler. If all you do is sit in a chair and trust your intuition, you are not exercising much intelligence. But if you take a deep dive into a subject and study numerous possibilities, you are exercising intelligence when your gut instinct tells you what is – and isn’t – important.

In some respects, intuition could be thought of as a clear understanding of collective intelligence. For example, most web sites are today organized in an intuitive way, which means they are easy for most people to understand and navigate. This approach evolved after many years of chaos online, as a common wisdom emerged over what information was superfluous and what was essential (i.e. About Us = essential).

Theo Humphries argues that intuitive design can be described as “understandable without the use of instructions”. This is true when an object makes sense to most people because they share a common understanding of the way things work.

 

You might say that I’m a believer in the power of disciplined intuition. Do your legwork, use your brain, share logical arguments, and I’ll trust and respect your intuitive powers. But if you merely sit in your hammock and ask me to trust your intuition, I’ll quickly be out the door without saying goodbye.

I say this from personal experience; the more research I do, the better my intuition works.

Albert Einstein said, “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”

Sometimes, a corporate mandate or group-think or your desire to produce a certain outcome can cause your rational mind to go in the wrong direction. At times like these, it is intuition that holds the power to save you. That “bad feeling” gnawing away at you is your intuition telling you that no matter how badly you might wish to talk yourself into this direction, it is the wrong way to go.

Smart people listen to those feelings. And the smartest people among us – the ones who make great intellectual leaps forward – cannot do this without harnessing the power of intuition.

https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/consciousness/intuition-is-the-highest-form-of-intelligence/

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

The Amazing Occurrences of Meditation Masters Dissolving into Light at The Time of Death

Meditation Masters Dissolve Into Light

There is an advanced spiritual practice within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition known as the Rainbow Body practice, it consists of the practitioner being able to dissolve the course aspects of their body and mind into light at the time of death and even during their lifetime. Thousands of people have witnessed the amazing occurrences including stunned Chinese prison guards who have locked meditation masters away in prison cells only to discover they’ve completely vanished.

The rainbow light that is witnessed at the time of death is a manifest symbol of the energies of clear white light which the Meditator has successfully dissolved their physical elements back into. According to the ancient Tibetan spiritual traditions, our planet is alive and sacred; and the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and space are not just natural resources but can be considered fundamental aspects of a living universe. These five elements also correspond to the five wisdoms of enlightenment which are all aspects of a universal consciousness.  As I mentioned this is an advanced practise but I would like to give an overview here to inspire people to what’s possible within the human condition.

 The rainbow body phenomena could be a universal experience not just for Tibetan Meditation Masters. The Christians have become very interested in these cases and a Catholic priest – Father Francis Tiso has studied it in-depth and even went to Tibet in the mid 90’s  to investigate further. He wrote his finding in a Christian publication about the universal potential and implications of the phenomena:

“It suggests that the alleged resurrection of Jesus Christ was not an isolated case, but shines as an example of what may be possible for all human beings.”

Tibetan Buddhist teachings say we are all beings of light and the Rainbow Body training is primarily to remove the blockages and obstacle that prevent this reality to manifest in full view. The Tibetan Buddhist explanation of who we really are consists of  a trinity, as appears in so many other spiritual traditions. The trinity we consist of is:  an omnipresent formless filed of consciousness, a subtle light/sound/bliss energy body and the individual expression of physical appearance. Very similar to what I understand God, the holy spirit and the son to represent. This trinity is a seamless whole that represent different aspects of the one thing.

Greatly realized beings who attain the rainbow body at the time of death leave behind only nails, hair, and occasionally cartilage. They dissolve into the middling level of the trinity; the light/sound/bliss level; represented by the holy spirit in Christianity. The dissolution process may take up to seven days, during which time the body shrinks progressively. There are  incidents of “partial rainbow body attainments” in which the master or yogi halts the dissolution process before it is complete in order to leave behind holy relics for their students. These relics have also been witnessed transforming into crystals or multiplying. I must admit such a thing happened at the Tibetan Buddhist monastery I was living at when the pearl like relics seemingly multiplied over night.

Remarkable and as yet scientifically unexplainable things happen to these great Masters at the time of death.

“The elements of the body shrink as the light aspect of the elements become more apparent and the gross aspect become lessened. The body grows small and takes on a younger and more luminous quality. Sometimes the process is incomplete before the consciousness completely leaves the body. In that case the corpse can be quite small and young looking. Such was the case with H.H. Dudjom Rinpoche, if you go to his stupa (grave) you see he’s quite small looking the size of an 8 years old.”

A further example is found in the research of Friar Francis Tiso of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, who collected eyewitness accounts of the death of Khenpo A-chos in 1998:

“A week before the Khenpo died, a flat rainbow appeared over his house. Those present at his death told Fr. Francis that they saw the wrinkles on his skin disappear and the skin become smooth and shiny like that of a young boy’s…Everyone present noticed a sweet fragrance, like perfume. Outside the hermitage they saw rainbows in the sky…the body was shrinking but [his disciples] saw no signs of decomposition.”

If you hadn’t thought of it already it’s what happened to Obi Wan Kenobi when he allowed himself to be struck down by Darth Vader. His body immediately dissolves into space, however he merged with the force and continues to guide and mentor Luke on his path to Jedi enlightenment. I know Star Wars is just a movie, but it is a pop culture example that millions are familiar with, and yet another idea that George Lucas borrowed from Eastern Mysticism.

There are many tales and legends of the great beings who attain the rainbow body within Tibetan culture. While it is understood that only
highly realized beings reach that state, the many individuals whose storied deaths left the signs and traces that they had attained the body of light are people from peasants and farmers all the way up to the highest lamas and rinpoches. Certain famous historical figures in Tibetan history, including Padmasambhava and Milarepa, are often depicted in paintings in rainbow body form. However, not only do teachers in the modern day recount incidents of the rainbow body from their memories from Tibet, but contemporary masters have attained the rainbow body themselves. It has been unofficially asserted that 13 incidents of the rainbow body have been observed in the last hundred years within just one tradition. Dudjom Rinpoche is one such example, among others, including the 16th Karmapa.

David Wiclock reports that there are over 180,000 documented cases of people transforming into a “light body” after death. He has made a fascinating presentation detailing the events and showing evidence of footprints left behind by numerous Masters who when they achieve a level of realisation in the Rainbody Body practise they can also manipulate matter and leave hand or feet marks in solid rock. This is another widely known phenomena in Tibet and thousands of Buddhists each year go on pilgrimage to the caves where these Masters have literally left their mark:  you can watch Wilcock’s presentation on YouTube here

In fact Tibetan Buddhists widely venerate masters and yogis who have achieved this level of realization, for the rainbow body is said to make the enlightened body of the Buddha visible to practitioners who are able to see them. Thus it is a manifestation of the Buddha’s great love and compassion, and gives hope and faith to practitioners. Westerners too, may be reassured by mention of an American who achieved full rainbow body attainment found in Bokar Rinpoche’s book Tara: The Feminine Divine.

These esoteric rainbow or light body teachings are still available in the present day, and great masters who have attained this state are still found. Therefore the rainbow light body is not merely a fascinating historical phenomenon, but a living tradition. Part of the training is to visualise yourself as made of rainbow light and is relatively easy to do. I have found this practice very rewarding and allows a feeling of lightness and joy to emerge. The psychological reason for this particular visualisation is to stop and replace our everyday projection of who we are, in other words replace our mundane projections of ego and imagine something much closer to the truth of our who we are. This visualisation has enormous potential for unlocking immense love, universal wisdom and the unlimited power to achieve our dreams here on earth.

Written by Chad Foreman

For FREE Guided Meditations with Chad CLICK HERE

Source:http://www.thewayofmeditation.com.au/blog/the-amazing-occurrences-of-meditation-masters-dissolving-into-light-at-the-time-of-death/

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

Scientific Evidence Mass Meditation Can Reduce War and Terrorism

Mass Meditation

The power of peace-creating mass meditation to decrease warfare and terrorism has been tested repeatedly. The results produced by temporary peace-creating groups (lasting weeks or months) have been consistently positive—with nearly immediate reductions in war deaths averaging better than 70%. In addition, the one peace-creating assembly that lasted for several years was accompanied by a history-transforming wave of peace around the world. Most of these studies have been carefully scrutinized by independent scholars , then accepted for publication in mainstream academic journals.

Reduced warfare in Lebanon: During days of high attendance at a group of peace-creating experts in Jerusalem,war deaths in neighboring Lebanon decreased by 76%. Increases in attendance at the peace-creating group also correlated strongly with reduced crime, traffic accidents, and fires, and with improved economic indicators.

The same study also demonstrated improvements in a wide variety of social indicators—including crime, traffic accidents, fires and the stock market. These various measures ordinarily have no correlation (you can’t predict the stock market by watching crime statistics, for example). The fact that they all improved together—in correlation with increases in meditation attendance—strongly indicates that peace-creating assemblies radiate a generalized influence of harmony and coherence throughout society that can be measured many different ways. 

Replication on warfare in Lebanon: During seven different peace-creating assemblies—in a two-year study of the nearly continuous fighting in Lebanon during the mid-1980s—war deaths decreased by an average of 71%. Some of these assemblies were large (7-8,000 peace-creating experts) and distant (as far away as Fairfield, Iowa, USA)—indicating that the peace-creating effect can radiate worldwide. DETAILS >

Reduced worldwide terrorism: During the three largest peace-creating assemblies ever held in the West, statistics provided by the Rand Corporation showed a 72% reduction in worldwide terrorism. DETAILS >

Wave of global peace: During the one large peace-creating assembly (8,000 experts) that continued for several years (1988-90), major conflicts in the world all came to an end—including the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, a seven-year war between Iran and Iraq that had killed millions, and, most notably and unexpectedly, the Soviet-American Cold War that had threatened the world with nuclear annihilation for forty years. DETAILS >

Scientific acceptance: Time after time, independent scholars have judged this research to be sound.

Research studies investigating an idea like peace-creating groups—a concept that transcends the dominant materialist paradigm of modern science—must run a gauntlet of highly skeptical scholars.

By now peace-creating assemblies have been thoroughly field-tested in more than 50 demonstration projects, and most of these demonstrations have been covered in 23 academically published scientific studies.

Repeated findings: The more frequently a theory has been tested, the more confidence scientists place in the results. Nearly all of the published research on peace-creating assemblies reports on either a number of separate assemblies in one study (replication), or one assembly that increases and decreases in attendance many times.

Strong correlations: Scientists accept that cigarettes cause cancer because repeated studies show that the correlation between smoking and cancer is strong. In the same way, studies on peace-creating assemblies have been accepted for publication because they show strong correlation between peace-creating groups and reduced crime, warfare and terrorism.

Lead-lag analysis: In studies where attendance at the group of peace-creating experts varies over time, it is often possible to directly assess causation through lead-lag (or transfer function) analysis. Such analysis shows which changes first: peace-creating attendance or social violence (crime, war, etc.). In all the studies in which such lead-lag analysis has been possible, the evidence shows that the meditation attendance changes first, and the measures of social violence soon after. This strongly indicates a causal role for peace-creating groups, and has been decisive in the publication of key studies.

Ruling out alternate explanations: To be convincing, any study must rule out alternate possible explanations for the results. Since violent crime, for instance, typically increases as daily temperature increases, researchers must account for temperature changes in their analysis. In these studies, researchers have carefully demonstrated that alternate possible explanations—such as weather, regular weekly, monthly or seasonal changes, changes in police patrolling, etc.—cannot account for the evidence.

Studies easily replicable (use of open public data): One of the most convincing aspects of this research is the open, public nature of the evidence. Much sociological research is based on privately gathered data that other scientists can only accept on faith. The research on peace-creating groups, on the other hand, is doubly public:

  1. The dates and approximate attendance of most peace-creating assemblies are available in contemporaneous newspaper accounts.
  2. Statistics on social violence, including crime, accidents, warfare, terrorism, etc., are available to any researcher with access to public records.

This public nature of the evidence means that any given study is replicable by other researchers—a strong safeguard for scientific accuracy.

Subtle Activism

This is the dawn of new era of peace makers through meditation. This subtle activism could be the key to unite humanity across borders synchronise our intentions for peace and establish long lasting peace in areas of long held conflict. David Nicol from the Centre For Subtle Activism and the author of Subtle Activism: The Inner Dimension of Social and Planetary Transformation says this:

“Subtle activism is the use of spiritual or consciousness based practices for collective transformation; which distinguishes it from the usual focus of using spiritual practice for personal development. We’re not looking at this as a substitute for external action or the practical action that of course needs to happen in the world, but exploring nonetheless that this approach could form a crucial piece, a foundational piece in the shift that we need to make on the planet.”

This is no longer in the realms of science fiction instead is fast becoming scientific fact. Inner peace can now lead to world peace. A Meditation Revolution is what is needed; not a violent or military uprising instead an uprising of wisdom and compassion through the hearts and minds of all people. Meditate everyday and dedicate your efforts to healing the wounds of wars and creating a peaceful and loving world.

 

Sources:

http://www.thewayofmeditation.com.au/blog/scientific-evidence-mass-meditation-can-reduce-war-and-terrorism/ http://www.permanentpeace.org/evidence/index.html

 

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

 

 

Physicists Confirm There’s a Second Layer of Information Hidden in Our DNA

Theoretical physicists have confirmed that it’s not just the information coded in our DNA that shapes who we are—it’s also the way DNA folds itself that controls which genes are expressed inside our bodies.

We all learned in high school how Watson and Crick pieced together the findings of many scientists to come up with a model of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).  Information in DNA is stored as code sequences made up of nitrogenous bases. Each cell has the same sequence of codes but executes a different function. Code sequences determine the type of protein to be produced in a certain cell, but it is hypothesized that the mechanical properties of the DNA acts as a second layer of information.

Each cell in our body contains around 2 meters of DNA. But since our cells are so tiny, DNA strands have to be tightly wrapped into bundles called nucleosomes in order to fit
Learn more about DNA and nucleosomes in the video below:

 

he folding mechanism of DNA is believed to play a large role in how genes are read by the rest of the cell. Biologists have started to isolate mechanical cues that determine how DNA is folded. Now, theoretical physicists from Leiden University in the Netherlands confirmed through computer simulations that these cues are actually coded into our DNA.

Physicist Helmut Schiessel and his group simulated the folding of DNA strands with randomly assigned cues. The team used genomes of baker’s yeast and fission yeast to find correlations between the mechanics and the actual folding structure of DNA in the two organisms.

The results confirm that this second layer of information exists. This led them to conclude that genetic mutations are not just caused by a change in the sequence of codes but also by a change in the way the strands are folded. This simulation may be helpful in hiding unwanted sequences like those that cause diseases.

The study has been published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.
Source: https://futurism.com/physicists-confirm-theres-a-second-layer-of-information-hidden-in-our-dna/

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

 

 

The Strange Link Between the Human Mind and Quantum Physics

Nobody understands what consciousness is or how it works. Nobody understands quantum mechanics either. Could that be more than coincidence?

“I cannot define the real problem, therefore I suspect there’s no real problem, but I’m not sure there’s no real problem.”

The American physicist Richard Feynman said this about the notorious puzzles and paradoxes of quantum mechanics, the theory physicists use to describe the tiniest objects in the Universe. But he might as well have been talking about the equally knotty problem of consciousness.

Some scientists think we already understand what consciousness is, or that it is a mere illusion. But many others feel we have not grasped where consciousness comes from at all…. continue reading

 

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the art  Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

 

A Professional Chiropractor gives his impressions of the Tesla Lights / S.E.A.D.

Robert A. Rakowski, DC, CCN, DACBN, DIBAK is a Chiropractor, Kinesiologist, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Biological Terrain Instructor, and the clinic director of the Natural Medicine Center in Houston, Texas. In addition to running a busy practice, Dr. Rakowski has lectured internationally for over 24 years on various topics in Natural and Lifestyle Medicine.   In this video Bob gives his impressions of the Tesla Lights / S.E.A.D Technology.   Enjoy!

 

 

 

For over 20 years Multidimensional Technologies has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art Bio-Photonic Light  Technologies.   We distribute worldwide our technologies that are designed to promote consciousness.  For more information on us and what we do visit us @ www.multidimensionaltechnologies.com

To view our current sale items  click here:

 

 

 

The Premise Behind Tesla Technologies

Electric Universe theory

The Electric Universe theory argues that electricity plays a more important role in the Universe, than is generally accepted.

As a theory, it offers explanations of various natural and astrophysical phenomena, some of which it claims are better understood without the need for various ad hoc explanations. As with any theory, the Electric Universe makes predictions that have been tested, and is published in both peer-reviewed papers, and popular books.

The Electric Universe theory is interdisciplinary, integrating and supporting subject as diverse as the science (astronomy, geology, physics), with the soft sciences such as ancient history and comparative mythology….more

Yoga Mudras and Their Applications for Wholeness

Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe

A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram.  What do you think?

A sketch of the timeline of the holographic Universe. Time runs from left to right. The far left denotes the holographic phase and the image is blurry because space and time are not yet well defined. At the end of this phase (denoted by the …more

 

 

Vedic Philosophy’s Effect on Nikola Tesla

Science works best when in harmony with nature. If we put these two together, we can discover great technologies that can only come about when the consciousness of the planet is ready to embrace them. One example is “free energy,” also known as “zero-point energy,” which utilizes the substance that exists all around us and converts it into usable energy. This would give us a limitless source of energy, and would practically wipe out all poverty on the planet…more

Tesla’s understanding of Crystals

crystal

Tesla Quote

mandlebrot-tesla

The Power of Nature

 

qtq80-LuhA1H

When Lauren Earthman signed up for a research project studying the effects of altitude on the human body, she thought she knew what to expect. It would be tough, but Earthman—a freshman at the University of Oregon in Eugene—was a competitive 1500-meter runner, after all. Then, she climbed out of the oxygen-equipped bus that had carried her to an elevation of 5260 meters in the Bolivian Andes. She felt OK—until she had to walk up a set of stairs. Suddenly, even that simple action, she says, was “immensely more difficult” than what she was expecting… more

 

The Heart of Tesla

tesla-nature