Before I begin any further, it is strongly recommended that you watch this first:
How is it possible to visit instantly any location in the universe in the
present, past or probable future? What happens to space/time?
The Non-Locality Principle of quantum physics was experimentally proven in 1982 by Alain Aspect and his research team at the University of Paris’ Institute of Theoretical and Applied Optics in France.
This principle states that time and space does not really exist at the level and particles. Moreover, they proved the violation of the inequality of John Bell and finally solved the Einstein/Poldowsky/Rosen paradox.
This means that Einstein had been completely wrong in refuting the quantum mechanics Non-Locality Principle. This could have happened quite possibly because he had problems conceptualizing its extraordinary implications upon our so-called material world and the nature of reality.
In other words, this means that Einstein was mistaken in his widely accepted assumption that speeds faster than Light were impossible and that space and time did not operate at the quantum level (particle level).
By extension, we can say that it seems that our phenomenal world is, in reality, supported by an indivisible reality, non-local (at that level space does
not exist), and non-subject to the restrictions of time (time does not seem to have any meaning at that level).
This is equivalent to saying that no element, whether alive or inanimate, in this universe is separate from another.
And at the level of individual perceptions of reality, this certainly seems to be so!
This correlates strongly with the Holographic Model of the Universe that the physicist David Bohm postulated as an explanation for the paradoxes that
quantum physics raises.
David Bohm is, until today, considered to be one of the greatest theoretical quantum physicists. He was one of the Einstein’s preferred students at Princeton
University and was a part of the development team for the “Manhattan Project”, developing the American atomic bomb during WWII.
Bohm was puzzled by physical phenomenon such as the “Quantum-Tunneling Effect” which is at the base of the semi-conductor theory which birthed the creation of transistors, microchips, Josephson junctions in Super-Computers and many more.
The Quantum Tunneling Effect states that a particle such as an electron seems to “know beforehand” if a barrier that it will encounter is strong enough to repulse it back. If the barrier is weak, the particle literally “vanishes” (dematerializes)
before encountering the obstacle and “rematerializes” on the other side of the barrier.
Quantum physics suggests that our universe is non-local and infinitely interconnected at some deeper level of reality. If it is so, instead of viewing ‘reality.’ (in the quantum level) that is a particle as a material object traveling through space, it may be better to view it as something that unfolds out of a deeper level of reality; a hologram.
David Bohm drew this conclusion from the Hologram model and coined the “Implicate Order”. *(VERY IMPORTANT!!!)*
This order states that there is a Gigantic Multidimensional Holographic
Reality that exists outside of the realm of space and time which is made up of vibratory light carrying *Information.*
This gigantic reality encompasses the totality of Creation.
This “Implicate Order” would spread its tentacles to every sentient unit of Creation as it goes through a constant dance of unfolding itself into its mirror image as the “Explicate World” (the reality perceived by our senses) and projects to each observing individualized piece of consciousness the illusion of a material world “out there” at the level of conscious awareness.
The “Implicate Order” (or you can also call it the “web of life”) is where all possibilities are and time / space has no meaning. The “Implicate Order” keeps on projecting onto the consciousnesses witnessing the explicate world what we perceive as reality in a stepby- step fashion.
After each unfolding, there is an enfolding back onto the “Implicate Order” (while the sentient unit of mind become unconscious again) and the fetching of additional pieces of information that will unfold back holographic-ally to the same unit of consciousness (as that unit becomes aware i:e conscious again of the next step of the show of Creation).
So that in effect, what a unit of consciousness considers a flow of situations is but a succession of discontinuous sensory imagery being projected on-and-off to an entity. Therefore, all an entity is, is a processor of information filtered through his senses that it translates as its reality.
That allows him/her to act upon (co-create) it by choosing the next step.
If we accept that reality, at the macroscopic level, is discontinuous under the illusion of continuity, it would explain why in quantum physics, according to the
“uncertainty principle”: only the location of a particle at the microscopic level can, at any point, be precisely described but that its real trajectory cannot be known and remains “fuzzy”.
It is the contact with the Higher Self (interfacing with the *Implicate Order)* that allows one to bridge instantly space/time.
This is why Remote Viewing effective when one operates from the perspective of the higher levels of the subconscious mind.
If this level of merger with the higher level of the subconscious mind is not reached, too much static (noise) interferes in the viewing and one might fail while attempting to view a remote site in the present,
past or future
What do you mean by the brain being the processor of information?
The human brain has remained to be one of the major enigmas of modern science. Neurobiologists are studying the biochemical reactions within the brain extensively and they now see the effect emotions and thoughts have upon the brain’s very complex electrical and bio-chemical machinery.
However, this very important question remains: Are the changes a result of thoughts and emotions, or are they the cause of it?
It’s really like the old chicken-and-egg paradox — which came first?
But back to that question. It basically wonders if the can brain analyze and understand itself and if it’s some sort of giant computer… or more than that? After all, it is through this approximately 1.5kg (or3.3lb) piece of machinery that you construct your
When you say that you see, hear, touch or taste, it is, in reality, the structures of your brain that see, hear, project tactile, olfactory and gustatory perceptions.
Example: excerpt from The Matrix:
Neo: “This isn’t real?”
Morpheus: “What is real? How do you define 'real?’ If you are talking about your senses, what you feel, taste, smell, or see, then all you’re talking about are electrical signals interpreted by your brain.”
My point exactly.
The “outside world” is an abstract world made out only of waves and vibrations. You need a brain to be present for the decoding of these waves to be done in a manner that would give you a sensation of “a
material world out there”. Without your brain, or with a defective one, you would hear nothing and be plunged in darkness.
For instance, light waves are a particular type of electromagnetic wave, vibrating very rapidly at over 100 billion times per second, that cover a spectrum, depending on their frequency of vibration, from the infrared (least vibratory and undetected by the brain) to the ultraviolet (also invisible to humans) with all the colors of the rainbow in between. The light of our material reality, as we perceive it, becomes light only after being decoded by our brain. Not before!
Vision results from the stimulation of nerve cells in your retina, signaling patterns of light intensity and color, which are “decoded” by the brain in order to give you the impression of spatial reality and separate objects.
The most remarkable feature of visual perception is its ability to convert semi-continuous packets of energy information received at the level of the visual receptors of the brain into individual objects and
events, all from the same pulses of electricity running along nerve fibers.
Sound operates in the same way. For those who are not deaf, the brain decodes vibratory waves of a frequency roughly between 20 and 20,000 cycles per second onto different sounds whose intensity has to do with the amplitude of these waves.
For touch, pain, and temperature, physical receptors convey stimuli as nerve impulses to a region of the brain called the thalamus that conveys it to region of the cortex called the sensory cortex. For olfactory senses (smell) and gustatory senses(taste) more complex mechanisms are at play, some of which have not yet been understood.
Therefore, one would tend to imply that the brain, as the central sensory computer of a human being or an animal, would also be the seat of his thoughts. This,in Gerald’s experience, is not the case.
And as we shall see, some neurophysiologists are of the same opinion.
Part 3: coming soon.