Space is 99.99999% of everything we see.
Space defines matter, it is not matter that defines space. Nassim Haramein, (b. 1962) Swiss amateur physicist
Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) with regards to space believed that physical objects are not in space but the objects are spatially extended, making themselves visible as something we experience.
Space at certain frequencies becomes an object.
He believed that empty space has no meaning.
John Archibald Wheeler, (1911 – 2008) theoretical physicist and collaborator with Einstein, also understood that “empty” space is not empty. On the contrary it is the seat of some of the most violent physics. He understood theoretically that the structure of space at the quantum level or Plank length, is riddled with worm holes and black holes and it fluctuates wildly.
David Joseph Bohm FRS (December 20, 1917 – October 27, 1992) who has been described as one of the most significant theoretical physicists of the 20th century, referred to space as full – not empty.
Space is not empty – it contains Consciousness and everything else
Space is not empty. It is full, a plenum as opposed to a vacuum, and is the ground for the existence of everything, including ourselves. The universe is not separate from this cosmic sea of energy.” David Bohm.
Consciousness is Information riding on an electromagnetic wave in space that is way below – a way smaller wave length with way higher frequency – anything we can pick up with any of the disclosed technology that we have developed in the last 100 years.
To look for consciousness in the brain is equivalent to looking for the TV announcer in the box. It does not reside in the brain, it is constantly carried in so-called empty space, or the ‘cosmic sea of energy’ to the brain and everywhere else i.e. to all parts of the 99.99999…% of space in the universe, instantaneously if experienced in the 3rd dimension which relies on space-time.
Yet nearly all brain researchers insist that consciousness arises from the functions of the brain because that is the way the Khazarian mafia who control the wealth of the world and therefore the researchers’ tenure and funding, want us to believe. That is the only way we can be an engineered society at the level of the brain.
The Philosophical Doctrine of Panpsychism
However, there are some maverick neuroscientists like Christof Koch, chief scientific officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science who has developed a scientifically refined version of the ancient philosophical doctrine of Panpsychism which is the view that consciousness, mind or psyche is a universal and primordial feature of all things.
According to Koch, consciousness arises within any sufficiently complex, information-processing system. All animals, from humans on down to earthworms, are conscious. He surmises that even the internet could be because that’s just the way the universe works.
We refer to consciousness as the Information input to the unconscious mind, which is known by psychological science to be the controller of the conscious mind. So if there is symmetry between the input to the unconscious mind and what has been learned by the conscious mind then happy sanity results in beings with the gene for good and evil turned on.
Animals and other non-human conscious beings do not have the burden of the knowledge of good and evil and so do not have the potential dichotomy that such knowledge can produce when an attempt is made to override the Information contained in the Consciousness field that is received by the unconsciousness mind.
fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) PET and brain SPECT imaging consistently show the asymmetry of a depressed person who is not making associations between what is received on the right side of the brain (seen on the left side of each image) and the left side of the brain; as opposed to a person who is making the connections between the unconsciousness and conscious mind of the brain shown of a not depressed person on the right.
Dr John-Dylan Haynes, Neuroscientist from Berlin University, found that the unconsciousness had decided a decision one second before the conscious mind had made it. He found that the unconscious often predicted the decision, or the response, that it was going to make in the moment, up to 7 seconds before the conscious mind was aware of what was going on.
Alistair Horscroft, known as the therapist’s therapist, in a Ted talk titled “7 seconds to change your life“, tells us that the mean data from all the research studies shows that the unconscious mind operates at 100,000 miles per second and our conscious mind operates at 100 miles per second.
Consciousness, or what we call the unconsciousness, is Information contained in ’empty space’, or the ether as Aristotle called it. He added the ether as a fifth element to earth, water, air and fire and believed it filled the upper regions of space. It has also been called akasha in India and quintessence in Europe, so the concept is not new to us, just the placement of it. It is found in all of the 99.99999…% of empty space, not just in the space above the terrestrial sphere as Aristotle believed.
Nothing exists except atoms and empty space; everything else is just opinion.Democritus of Abdera
And we must remember that even atoms are mostly space. The hydrogen atom, for example, is 99.9999999999996% so-called “empty” space.
Far from being empty, space is where everything occurs and is not confined to the 3rd dimension. It has access to all dimensions and is the carrier of all energy, including the Consciousness field.