Theta Sorcery – or more simply, ‘sɵrcery’ – is the primary modality of neuromancy as is being developed within ICƟN; the International Cabal of Theta Neuromancers. The following scientific breakthroughs all provide evidential confirmation for the hidden potentials of human consciousness, and a rational basis for the practice of sɵrcery. However, there is much more to be learned and considered before Theta Sorcery Theory can be fully comprehended. Further research and discoveries open ever new possibilities.
In 1951 the physicist Winefred Otto Schumann, University of Munich, discovered the heart beat of the planet Earth. While teaching a class on the physics of electricity, of how a sphere within a sphere can create electrical tension, and subsequently a frequency, he illustrated the principal with the example as to how the sphere of the planet Earth and its surrounding ionosphere produces lightning. He then asked his class to calculate the tension existing between them and, realising he did not know the answer himself, set about calculating it. Eventually he concluded with a frequency of approximately 10 Hz. His discovery was subsequently published under the title Schumann Resonance on the 11th of August 1953 in the small journal Physical Sciences, confined to the back pages with its full significance yet to be realised.
Around 3O years earlier another German scientist by the name of Hans Burger had made the first ever recording of the electromagnetic frequencies transmitted by the human brain. Although it was initially suggested the waves be named after their discoverer he elected for alphabetical assignments, assigning the principal wave he discovered as the Alpha wave. Shortly after Shumann’s discovery was published a student of Burger’s read the article and noticed a startling correspondence between the brainwaves recorded by Burger and the Schumann Resonance.
Learning of this, Schumann agreed to investigate further, working alongside one of his own students to study in detail the discharging of lightning within the ionosphere cavity, refining his equation to the more precise measurement of 7.83 Hz. The discovery was remarkable; the Schumann Resonance is not merely a close correspondence to human Alpha brainwaves, it is an exact and identical match. The brain’s frequency controlling our creativity, performance, stress, even our immune system, is attuned to the frequency of the planet. The pulse of the Earth became the pulse of life itself.
In the early 1960s Professor Rutger Weaver, an acclaimed scientist from the Max Planck Institute, constructed an underground bunker completely shielded from the electromagnetic resonance of the Earth, in order to study the effects of electromagnetic frequencies on the circadian rhythms of humans. He conducted an experiment over a thirty week period, during which student volunteers spent several weeks at a time living in the bunker. He discovered that the student’s circadian rhythms were dramatically disrupted when they were isolated from the Schumann Resonance, causing both mental and physical health to suffer. When the 7.83 Hz frequency was secretly reintroduced to the isolation bunker by means of an electric pulse generator they almost immediately returned to health and a sense of well being. Weaver’s experiments proved the incredible connection between human health and the heart beat of the planet; the correspondence between Burger and Schumann’s discoveries had been no coincidence.
Third Eye Spies
During the 1980s, in a series of highly secretive experiments at the Stanford Institute, it was discovered that Alpha / Theta brainwaves were dominant during sessions with the CIA’s psychic agents; remote viewers such as Ingo Swann and Pat Price. During the 1990s a further series of experiments by Dr. Michael Persinger verified that the exact brainwave frequency during optimum psychic performance is 7.83 Hz. These discoveries never made the mainstream due to the conspiracy to silence the truth about the brain’s potential, and Persinger’s work with the God Helmet, a technological device proven to boost psychic aptitude through reproducing the Schumann Resonance within the human brain and even activate psychic abilities in otherwise non-psychic subjects, has been prevented from entering the mainstream. While it has been widely accepted within mainstream science that electromagnetic fields may have a profound effect upon us at every level, including our brainwaves and consciousness, it has largely been hidden from the public is that our consciousness may also have an effect upon these fields; our brains and bodies are literally transmitters, and so effect their environment.
The Genesis Effect
In 2011, groundbreaking research suggested something even more impressive; the Schumann Resonance may be responsible for the beginnings of life. Dr. Luc Montagnier, the biologist who first discovered the HIV virus, was conducting water memory experiments, studying how water retained a memory of substances that had previously been dissolved in it, when he stumbled upon something that would challenge the very core principals of science.
All life comes from life, and can only exist where life has existed before, and the mechanism for this has always been understood to be material, such as egg and sperm, or cell division. This was a principal assumption that had never been violated by any experiment in science so far. Dr. Luc Montagnier’s experiments would offer a very different hypothesis, showing that DNA sequences – the very building blocks of life – communicate with each other through water by emitting low frequency electromagnetic waves. Even when the DNA was kept in separate test tubes electromagnetic communication was still recorded. These transmissions are so sophisticated they are able to arrange nucleotides into new DNA. Scientists had combined these ingredients countless times before but have never been able to recreate the spark of life, transforming nucleotides into actual DNA without it already being present. The difference was that Montagnier had introduced the frequency of precisely 7.83 Hz; when a test tube of pure water is placed beside a second test tube containing water and DNA traces, and the two tubes are exposed to the Schumann Resonance, the nucleotides in the pure water rearrange themselves to make DNA.
Since this Schumann Resonance has been the electromagnetic pulse of the planet from the very beginning, before life evolved, it is reasonable to assume that the Schumann Resonance played a part in DNA coming into existence in the first place; life evolved surrounded by these frequencies and inevitably tuned in to them. Indeed our sensitivity to frequency became integral to our ability in sensing another of the planet’s phenomena; magnetic fields. Two billion years ago magnotatic bacteria formed a simple but intriguing relationship with the Earth’s magnetic field. The single celled organism contained particles of magnetic material enabling it to act like the needle of a compass and orient along the magnetic lines of the planet. As organisms became more complex so did their reliance on these magnetic fields.
DNA molecules are not themselves the determinants of particular structures, even if biologists often speak of genes ‘for’ certain attributes, such as ginger hair, or higher intelligence. They do not possess conscious attributes such as selfishness, and do not contain instruction plans or blue prints for organisms, yet nor are they merely the code sequencers of amino acids and proteins. Discovered only as recently as 1952 we know relatively little about the true purpose of DNA, despite the great leaps made by the Human Genome Project, and the riches that have been made through genetic modification. Scientists have only so far ascertained around 2% of its purpose; the remaining 98% may well have far more to do with Montagnier’s discovery of its relationship to the Schumann Resonance, and the relationship between the Schumann Resonance and ‘sixth sense’ abilities.
Sɵrcery may exploit the relationship between DNA, the Schumann Resonance, and 7.83 Hz Theta trance to communicate psychically with DNA to reprogram it, changing its energy emissions and transmitting new information into the morphic field. The discovery that psychic communication is possible directly with DNA, producing profound and instantaneous results, surely provides a greater leap in our understanding of ourselves as humans than the materialism of the Human Genome Project. That this in turn creates changes in the biofield, which in turn effects – and is effected by – its morphic environment, has been known to sorcerer’s by various means for at least 5,000 years; science is only now beginning to catch up.
Since its discovery in the 1950s, DNA has been assumed to be the equivalent of a ‘read only’ file. More current advances have proven it can also be re-written, accidentally or otherwise. The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev irradiated DNA samples with laser light. On screen a typical wave pattern was formed. When they removed the DNA sample, the wave pattern did not disappear, it remained. Many control experiments showed that the pattern still came from the removed sample, whose energy field apparently remained by itself. This is now called the phantom DNA effect. Garjajev modulated certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself; concluding that living chromosomes function just like holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation. Garjajev’s research group worked on technology capable of influencing the cellular metabolism through suitable modulated radio and light frequencies to repair genetic defects. Capturing information patterns of a particular DNA and transmitting it onto another, they managed to reprogram cells to another genome, successfully transformed frog embryos to salamander embryos, simply by transmitting DNA information patterns. Such experiments illustrate the immense power of wave genetics, suggesting it has a greater influence on the formation of organisms than the biochemical processes of alkaline sequences.
Working alongside Russian linguists, Garjajev found that the alkalines of our DNA follow the same patterns as human languages, directly comparable to the rules of syntax, semantics, and grammar; suggesting that human languages did not appear coincidentally but are innate within DNA. Living DNA always reacts to language modulated lasers and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used.
Our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body but also functions in data storage and communication. Everything about us is encoded as letters in the DNA Matrix language. Dr. Fritz Albert-Pop, who discovered bio-photons in 1976, proved the source of these human light frequency emissions to be within our DNA; it is the core transmitter of our personal energy signature. Meanwhile, Dr. Lipton has proven that the DNA nucleus is not the intelligence centre of the cell, which is instead located in the membrane, which receives signals from our consciousness and writes the DNA code. The membrane acts like an information processor, it is quite literally comparable to a liquid crystal semi-conductor with gates and channels, as in microprocessing. The membrane reads the environment and adjusts the biology. The nucleus itself operates in a manner comparable to a hard disk, while the genes are programmes. The electromagnetic biosphere, and the electromagnetic field of planet Earth, operate as DNA’s wi-fi transmission and reception; its ‘signal being 7.83 Hz..
Sɵrcery applies the same essential principle suggested by Garjajev’s findings; attaining to the 7.83 Hz frequency with the physical-psychic system rather than technology, language-modulating the transmission with spoken words and commands. Sɵrcerers employ remote viewing to observe the inner biology of their target, concentrating upon the pineal gland as the ‘command centre’ through which DNA may be accessed by means of a telepathic signal. This may promote accelerated healing, sometimes instantaneous, dare we say miraculous. The same principle may be applied in magical attack; for example, deactivating a target’s immune system.
Since certain life events can also effect this level of being, such processes have profound implications in creating willed changes in personality – in the sɵrcerer’s own self, or in others. Again, the same principle may be employed to disrupt DNA for purposes of magical attack. For example, a target may be remotely programmed to believe themselves naturally unlucky.
It has also been shown that information relating to instinctive knowledge may be encoded into DNA through certain experiences, most notably trauma, and inherited by subsequent generations. Early experiences, for better or worse, can also literally become part of our genetic make-up.
On the most immediate level, the good news is that we can change, through the simple act of communication, even at the most fundamental biophysical level of DNA. This has profound implications in the clearing of trauma, mind control, or disempowering narratives, and the instantaneous instilling of empowering psychic strategies.
That DNA may be reprogrammed through psychic communion in turn suggests the possibility of a psychic aspect to the evolution of the human species itself. Although the correlates between DNA, the Schumann Resonance, Theta brainwaves, and the ‘sixth sense’ are all new discoveries to modern science they have always been present in nature. The sudden evolutionary leap between Neanderthal and modern humans might have been the result of such willed change. Or to conjecture further; consciousness might not have evolved at all, or even have arisen from matter in the first place, but instead might be the purpose and cause of matter, and therefore of evolution.
– Excerpt from The NeuronomIcɵn, third edition, available soon in paperback.