If you wish to understand the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration Nicola Tesla, 1942
Einstein has been attributed with saying “everything is vibration’ and although it is, there is a lot of controversy over whether or not he said it. But none-the-less, the energetic nature of matter has been understood since at least 1926 when physicist Erwin Schrödinger came up with a theory that joined the quantum theory with the classical understanding of wave mechanics.
He discovered an equation for a wave, which he thought of as a wave function, showing the distribution of electricity in an atom. Then in 1927 by scientists like Max Planck who was working on black body radiation: was light a particle or a wave? And by Paul Dirac in his famous 1927 paper: “The quantum theory of the emission and absorption of radiation”, and by Werner Heisenberg who said:
The more precisely the position is determined, the less precisely the momentum is known in this instant, and vice versa.
Heisenberg, Uncertainty Paper, 1927
However, despite this new knowledge, materialism has remained as an unshakable paradigm since the late 19th century.
Since the late 19th century science has been conducted under the world view of philosophical materialism, which means that science believes things like the Universe is machine-like and we are like machines, like Richard Dawkins said in The Selfish Gene (1976) we are:
‘lumbering robots blindly programmed’ by our genes which ‘control us body and mind’
(Dawkins’ original dictum)
That’s because our brains are genetically programmed computers, we are led to believe by him and other materialists. Most materialists believe that other people have belief systems, but they, the materialists, know the truth.
Matter is unconscious, is the accepted current materialistic paradigm. There is no consciousness in planets or plants (despite the evidence for it discussed in my previous post ‘The Mind of the Spirit of All Life’) or animals, and if that theory is true then there is no consciousness in us either, scientists theorize.
Science says memories are stored inside your brain as material traces. No-one knows how it works, but modified nerve endings and phosphorylated proteins are some of the ideas put forward as a possibility as to how and where memories might be stored in the brain.
Almost all scientists believe memory must be in the brain, because your mind is inside your head. All your consciousness is inside your head, and nothing more, scientists believe.
But the idea is to prove that that isn’t even true, because like the universe and plants and animals and everything else, it is believed we are not conscious, either, which is the preferred direction and all academic disciplines, research, investigation and publication of findings are financially controlled by the ruling elite.
Psychic phenomena like telepathy are impossible under such an hypothesis. Your thoughts and intentions can not have any effect at a distance because your mind is inside your head. Therefore all the apparent evidence for telepathy and other psychic phenomena is illusory. It simply means you don’t know enough about statistics, or they are coincidences or its wishful thinking; or maybe its swamp gas or fake news!
“The Science Delusion”
Rupert Sheldrake, in his book ‘The Science Delusion’ (2012) says that science delusion is the belief that science already understands the nature of reality in principle, leaving only the details to be filled in.
There is a conflict between science as a method of inquiry based on reason, evidence, hypothesis and collective investigation; and science as a belief system or world view, he says.
The world view of science which we currently hold has inhibited and constricted the free inquiry which is the life blood of the scientific endeavour, Sheldrake says. This is known by all electric universe proponents, and anyone else who cares to look at the evidence regarding funding for the materialists and derision for the electric universe realists.
Vibration – Morphic Resonance
It is understood by Quantum Field Theory (QFT) scientists like Richard P. Feynman (1918-1988) who also knew that everything is vibration, that everywhere in the universe there is a field called the electron field, for instance. A physical electron isn’t the field, but rather a localized vibration in the field. In fact, every electron in the universe is a similar localized vibration of that single field.
Electrons aren’t the only particles to consist of localized vibrations of a field; all particles do – for instance up quarks, muons, gluons, the lot!. There is a field for every known particle, and, for all of them, what is visualized as a particle is just a localized vibration of that particular field. Even the Higgs boson is like this. The Higgs field interacts with the particles it can “see” and gives them their mass, but it is hard to observe this field directly. Instead, energy is supplied to the field in particle collisions which cause it to vibrate. So instead of saying “we’ve discovered the Higgs boson,” more correctly it would be said that “we’ve caused the Higgs field to vibrate and observed the vibrations.”
The Presence of the Past: Morphic Resonance and the Habits of Nature, Rupert Sheldrake (2011)
This idea of fields and vibrations explains how the universe works at a fundamental level. These fields span all of space. Some fields can “see” other fields, while being blind to others. Everything in the fields has a collective memory and resonance occurs on the basis of similarity.
Morphogenetic fields are not fixed forever, but evolve. The fields of Afghan hounds and poodles have become different from those of their common ancestors, wolves. How are these fields inherited? I propose that they are transmitted from past members of the species through a kind of non-local resonance, called morphic resonance.
Everything depends on evolving habits within the fields, not on fixed laws, Sheldrake postulates from the evidence.
The fields organizing the activity of the nervous system are inherited through morphic resonance, conveying a collective, instinctive memory, through the morphogenic field. This has been demonstrated by using rats at Edinburgh, Scotland, and Melbourne, Australia, as well as rats at Harvard University, USA. The hypothesis was: If rats of a particular breed learn a new trick in Harvard, then rats of that breed should be able to learn the same trick faster all over the world, say in Edinburgh and Melbourne. There is evidence from those laboratory experiments which is discussed in A New Science of Life that this actually happens.
In this way, each individual both draws upon and contributes to the collective memory of the species. This means that new patterns of behaviour can spread more rapidly than would otherwise be possible.
Material vs. Vibrational
Science can’t deal with the fact we are conscious, (far less that the animals and plants and planets are) or with the fact that our thoughts don’t seem to be inside our brains.
But because everything is vibration, which is non-materialistic – just fields that vibrate, so mind has to project outside the brain in the simplest act of perception, as discussed in my previous post ‘War on Consciousness‘; and this seems to be across the board in a panpsychiastic way, as ‘everything is vibration’, as Einstein may have said; and vibrations communicate in the fields in which they can “see” .