Mysterylights Group Message 0327

Subject: Re: Earthlights
From: Magical Nexus <magicalnexus@...>
Date: 5 Jul 2004 14:15

I apreciate the documentation, Ronald. I think I am trying to address the larger issue of the f[...]
For example, the effects of microwave energy on the human nervous system have long been documen[...]
Same goes for Persinger and magnetism...we haven't detected enough magnetic data to consider tr[...]
Can we speak with authority on physical aspects of ALP manifestations like ULF and VLF detectio[...]
Can we rule out unusual or unpredicted behaviors of known em energies, no - not at all based on[...]
I don't doubt that Persinger and others have some perspectives on this issue but I don't think [...]
For some of us who have been exposed directly to certain phenomena like UFO at very close range[...]
This discussion began with the observation that we can't determine that the phenomena are intel[...]
The first steps begin with thorough protocols involving detection and documentation. This is a [...]
Sure, catch me over a beer when I come in from the heat during a field study and I am ready to [...]
Magical Nexus

Ronald <rdkramarz@...> wrote:
Magical Nexus wrote:
>I think this sort of conversation represents a failing and is probably one
>of the reasons mainstream science doesn't seem to want to touch this
>topic and probably explains why it is so difficult to find funding to
>this material.......

Mainstream science has explored this subject to some extent, the message I
posted stated people with psychic ability can "feel" the type of energy
concentrated along ley lines.   The below web page reports that Michael
Persinger, Ph.D. research on APL's has a psychological side as well because
of direct stimulation of the observer's brain.   The initial message I
posted (concerning the top secret Canadian memo recently released) also
stated the US was interested in the "mental phenomena" aspects of
magnetic anomalies.

The below web page writes: "ALPs display odd movements, emit unusual colors
or sounds and occasionally deposit physical residues. When these phenomena
closely approach a human observer, exotic forces and perceptions are
frequently reported."

Persinger even found a way to duplicate the effect APL's cause, using what
he termed transcranial magnetic stimulation he found that subjects, who
were exposed to a specific series of pulses from TMS, described feeling an
invisible presence as well as other phenomena.   The below web page gives
more details. Persinger believes that naturally occurring magnetic
interference could be at the heart of mystical experiences and a whole host
of paranormal phenomena, ranging from ghosts to alien abductions.
(Persinger gathers good data for his research but I don't agree with all his
analysis and theories on that data).

When people move into areas where these magnetic anomalies occur they often
feel various unusual strong sensations (such as people entering crop circle
formations). The physics explanation can be described by sympathic
vibration, memories in our subconscious are believed by some to consist
of structured energy patterns of specific frequencies, so when "power" is
applied, by something like an APL, the amplitude is increased so experiences
associated with them are amplified. (that's the simple explanation but it
also can become more detailed.)

Concerning transcranial magnetic stimulation, many people are able to use
meditation techniques like kundalini and produce those same effects.
That's because earth's subtle energies can be manipulated by intent, so
a person may be able to concentrate enough energy around parts of
their body like the brain to produce a small localized magnetic anomaly.
The scientific reference concerning manipulating those energies by
intent can be found at the below web page I previously mentioned.


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