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Sphere Within A Sphere:

The SWAS (Sphere Within A Sphere) theory is the product of four decades of extensive individual and group discussion specialized and broadcast reading and general research.

SWAS Power Spheres will eliminate all major mains power raw material production and processing facilities and vehicle/motor propulsion units.

The concept is described as SWAS (Sphere Within A Sphere). The following material is a general description of a means to neutralize the effects of gravity and to afford practical space travel for human beings. The fundamental device is a workable machine whether small and experimental (baseball size) or large enough to carry numerous humans inside that is composed of two spheres that rotate in opposite directions to each other…

Magnets may make the brain grow stronger


Could magnets make the mind grow stronger? In mice at least, stimulating the brain with a magnetic coil appears to promote the growth of new neurons in areas associated with learning and memory. If the effect is confirmed in humans, it might open up new ways of treating age-related memory decline and diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has been used experimentally to treat a range of brain disorders, including depression and schizophrenia, and to rehabilitate people after a stroke. TMS uses a magnetic coil to induce electric fields in the brain tissue – activating or deactivating groups of neurons, although the exact mechanism has remained unknown. One theory was that it aided learning and memory by strengthening brain circuits through a process called long-term potentiation (LTP).

To investigate, Fortunato Battaglia at the City University of New York and his colleagues gave mice TMS for five days, then analysed …

Moving Matter By Sound/Cymatics”Moving Matter by Sound

A technique similar to this was demonstrated around 1800 by a German acoustical physicist called Ernst Chladni who demonstrated that rubbing a violin bow vertically up and down the edge of a round metal plate onto which he had sprinkled some sand, created strange circular patterns as the sand vibrated to the tones created by the bow.

Chladni´s pioneering work, which demonstrated that sound could move matter, took nearly 100 years before it was re-discovered by Swiss scientist Hans Jenny who devoted his life to this new science he called “cymatics”.

It is my belief that the huge stones forming ancient stone circles such as Stonehenge and Avebury could possibly have been moved their vast distances by using a form of cymatics. A similar event was witnessed by a Dr Jarl, an Oxford University student, in Tibet in 1939 when he photographed Tibetan monks levitating a five ton stone slab purely by the tones of 19 musical instruments. Further research into these ideas will form future articles.”

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The Keys to Consciousness

I also believe that the timing of the events is not down to chance either. I believe that there are five significant aspects within the cosmic jigsaw. I have called these the five keys to consciousness. They are;

1. Harmonics (sound)
2. Colour (light)
3. Location (sacred sites)
4. Shape (form)
5. Frequency (time)

Are you starting to see the big picture yet.

In their fear they are framing it for us. They are taking legitimate scientific research and calling it crank pot. It´s going back to the days of Galileo. Scientist who have been funded great amounts in research are being let go. Some are disappearing. The mainstream media has become so contrived it stinks. Independent films are even being monitored. Remember the day you could find an occasional special find on the history channel, discovery, Nova, now look at what thev´e become. Yet the waves keep getting bigger. Consciousness is the golden word to them.

A little fact few know. 88 percent of top scientist believe in multiple universes. I wonder how long this has been silenced.Can you see it yet?

Q1 Who believes in many-worlds?

“Political scientist” L David Raub reports a poll of 72 of the “leading cosmologists and other quantum field theorists” about the “Many-Worlds Interpretation” and gives the following response breakdown [T].

1) "Yes, I think MWI is true" 58%
2) "No, I don't accept MWI" 18%
3) "Maybe it's true but I'm not yet convinced" 13%
4) "I have no opinion one way or the other" 11%

Amongst the “Yes, I think MWI is true” crowd listed are Stephen Hawking and Nobel Laureates Murray Gell-Mann and Richard Feynman. Gell-Mann and Hawking recorded reservations with the name “many-worlds”, but not with the theory’s content. Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg is also mentioned as a many-worlder, although the suggestion is not when the poll was conducted, presumably before 1988 (when Feynman died). The only “No, I don’t accept MWI” named is Penrose.

Are we seeing the beginning of movement by thought as a scientific possibility?

I’ve always thought of heaven on earth meaning the freedom from our physical bodies and the creation of a being that can move and exist by thought alone.

“Thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as in heaven”, this we were asked to pray above all prayers.  Would it not come if we were asked to pray?

Now with the scientific community many things have happened and are happening that are leading us towards a world were this may be possible.  Are we ready for it?

First quantum locality proves that a particle can be in two or  places at once.

Perhaps the out of body experience is a thing we are waking to.

Second Dan Winter is proposing dna can carry the same effects.  Emotions can be transported over space instantaneously.

Third science has also proposed that the self can be relocated to other bodies.

Now put the three together.  Can the self be in two or more places at once?  If it is possible would we not then be able to move by thought.

I know this idea will be loudly attacked but I’m talking about possibility.  Remember we were told to pray for this above all things.

Maybe it’s coming.

Enter the twilight zone.

Dna reacts at a distance. Does this prove conscious existence separate from the body?

DNA seems to react like a quantum particle showing spooky action as a distance.  Seems dna reacts to emotionally stimulation at a distance.

So how is dna acting as a carrier to human experience.  For emotion comes from experience.