There are things we can all do to make a change. You are so much more powerful than you know, and in so many ways. For example, passages in Psyclone (and the scientific research linked to in the appendix) explain how part of our mind, the so-called ‘subspace’ mind, is omnipresent across time and space. It is everywhere at once. Which may sound like mystic hoodoo to some people, but it’s a scientifically proven fact. Were that not the case the Soviet and U.S. military wouldn’t have poured billions into Remote Viewing Research & Development. In Remote Viewing using specialised techniques a person can shift a portion of their awareness from one place and time to another, and perceive and retrieve data.
Unlike Remote Viewing, where you don’t leave your physical body, during conscious out-of-body projection the consciousness (oneself, one's soul or spirit) acts independently of the physical body in a nonphysical (or extraphysical) dimension. Again for those new to the concept this may sound a bit ‘far out’. Regardless, experimental research conducted by a number of scientific organisations corroborates the reality of the out-of-body experience (OOBE) phenomenon.
Further research has proved and demonstrated that the frequency of our thoughts, emotions, and intentions changes the behaviour of elementary particles. The Intention Experiment covered elsewhere on this site is is one such ongoing scientific investigation being carried out by thousands of participants from all over the world.
Think about the implications for immediate personal and global change of those findings. Try to imagine the huge changes, to the individual personally and to societies in general, that would be generated by individual and collective investigations and experiences in the above fields.
Information on these branches of consciousness studies, techniques, and links to research groups (institutes and academies) and other dedicated individuals can be found in Psyclone.
Before Roger Bannister ran the mile in under four minutes in 1954, it was considered humanly impossible to run at that speed. Just over a month after he broke 'the four minute barrier' his record was broken by two seconds by John Landy. To date Bannister’s record has been bested 17 times. Mount Everest was first climbed in 1953 by a huge expedition. 25 successful climbs took place between then and 1980 - all involved at least 30 climbers, all took at least a month and all used oxygen to reach the top. In 1980 Reinhold Messner climbed Everest solo, without oxygen, in 3 days. Since then, similar rapid climbs have become almost common. These facts suggest that as soon as a thing is proved to be possible, that knowledge opens the way for development in that area, development that was previously hindered by people’s belief in its impossibility.
Unfortunately, because of the socio-political impact of the new discoveries, word either takes a very long time to filter through to the general consciousness, or doesn’t get out at all, sadly usually the latter. This trend is particularly marked in areas relating to energy, medicine and spirituality, which incidentally happen to be the areas ofthe largest concentration of money, power, and control.
For example, there are just too many patents related to ‘free energy’ technology to relegate the subject to the realms of theory and speculation, even though that’s precisely what many ‘experts’ do. Patents aren’t granted to technology that doesn’t work, and are given only after rigorous testing proves the candidate technology. The biggest problem is that most, if not all, developments in knowledge or technology that could be used for the benefit and advancement of the species are co-opted by the military to be turned into technology to kill and maim, and/or suppressed by the powers-that-be (governments/industry/church) in order for them to maintain control at all costs, even the cost of the advancement and survival of the race.
To those who would level accusations against me of incitement I say yes, I am guilty of incitement. I want to incite individuals, and by domino effect the race, to grow up,consciously evolve, and move on into a phase that would see us realising our potential for making miracles.
Science has validated what visionaries of old taught. Miracles are no longer miracles in the sense of some unexplainable mystical feat accomplished by a select few. We, all of us, are capable of ‘miracles’. A dictionary definition of the word is ‘an event or act which breaks a law of nature’. The problem thus far has been a flawed understanding ofthe principles at work in nature, and the erroneous labelling of those misunderstandings as ‘laws’. As time has gone on and scientific understanding grown, again and again what were once considered to be unchangeable facts, 'laws' vociferously defended by scientific ‘experts’ have been discovered to be wrong, very wrong.
I’m counting on there being a group of people who are not only perceptive enough to see what’s going on, and the implications andpotential contained in the information communicated through Psyclone, but who are also open-minded and adventurous enough to develop that potential. According to the 100th Monkey Principle mentioned in Psyclone there only needs a relatively small number to create a critical massthat will catalyse a response throughout the species. (Variations to the account of the source of the 100th Monkey Principle, and the method by which it may have been developed, have led to its validity being questioned. Pioneer of the science of Morphogenetic Fields, Rupert Sheldrake, mentions the principle in relation to morphogenetics in his FAQs page. Although the most widely cited example of field dynamics, it is not theonly one, others having been conducted under laboratory conditions, as described in Sheldrake's paper, Morphic Resonance and the Collective Unconscious)
I recently saw the moving and inspiring documentary The U.S. vs. John Lennon. I heartily recommend it, for its insights about the man himself, and Yoko Ono Lennon; other revolutionary individuals of the time; and the activities of, and characters in, the U.S. administration of the 60’s and 70’s when the U.S. was waging an disturbingly similar war in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. As the filmmakers say, the movie “will also show that this was not just an isolated episode in American history, but that the issues and struggles of that era remain relevant today”.
(Also see Give Peace a Chance)
John’s message ‘Imagine’ was spot on. What he encouraged everyone to do has been validated by science. Our thoughts and intentions affect things at a molecular and sub-molecular level, scientific fact.
Click on the links below, (and read Psyclone), to access information that could change your life and the course of history.