The following scientific breakthroughs provide evidential confirmation for the rationale of Theta-Sɵrcery, as developed in the experimental group Icɵn (International Cabal of Theta Neuromancers), and introduced to the world in my work The NeuronomIcɵn. However, there is much to be learned and considered before Theta-Sɵrcery 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 affects 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.. While it has been widely accepted within 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.
Evidence has be found for the existence of the sixth sense through the study of cryptochromes; proving beyond rational argument that such abilities are not only innate in humans, but are ubiquitous throughout the animal kingdom..
Cryptochromes were first discovered in plants, whose DNA is exposed to great amounts of ultraviolet light, breaking it down, and meaning it requires constant self repair. The molecules found to be responsible for this were also discovered to be responsive to low wavelength light. They have since been found in bacteria, and in a wide variety of animals, and have many startling implications.
Birds and bees are known to navigate by means of them; an ability referred to in biology as magnetoreception, and likened to a ‘sixth sense’. Until recently the biomechanisms behind this well documented phenomena have remained a mystery, but recent discoveries concerning the nature cryptochromes protein molecules, present behind the eyes of migratory birds, suggest they may be able to literally see the earth’s magnetic field almost like a navigational readout. Their ability to access these fields may also be responsible for the ability of flocks to move as one entity, and a vast series of abilities possessed by other species.
Several other animals have been observed to possess sixth sense abilities, such as; bees, butterflies, sea turtles, spiny lobsters, and dolphins – it is more of a question as to which animals do not possess cryptochromes. Changes in the electromagnetic fields surrounding salmon will redirect a shoal, each fish coordinating their relationship to the whole according to it. Red foxes have been shown to hunt by magnetoreception; when vision is obscured by under-brush, or by snowy conditions, they align themselves to both the field of their prey and the north / south electromagnetic field of the Earth, judging the angle at which they pounce according to a sixth sense other than the five traditionally considered.
This sixth sense has also been shown to have a predictive quality, reacting in advance of unpredictable stimuli as if constantly scanning the morphic field for subtle resonances of the future. In relation to anomalous anticipatory activity, although up to now the effort to bring this ability to light in animals has been scant, there are sufficient results to suggest that the phenomenon is widespread, being present not only in those animals endowed with a highly developed nervous system, such as birds and mammals but also in primitive ones such as earthworms; in a paper titled Experimental Psi Effects in Precognition Tests with Planarians, published in Journal of Scientific Exploration, December 2018, Spanish researcher Fernando Alvarez, reports results of experiments with black planarians (Girardia dorotocephala), the structure and physiology of their central nervous system and cerebral ganglion are positioned as the most likely ancestors of the vertebrate brain. Recording the their movements in reaction to light, showed them to be able to anticipate the upcoming event.
In the experiments of neurologist Benjamin Libet and his team, performed in the 1960s, measuring changes in the brain and their timing in relation to stimuli. First, they stimulated their subjects with flashing light and rapid sequences of mild electric shocks applied to their hands. It was observed that if the stimulus lasted less than 500 milliseconds the subjects did not become consciously aware of it, which was not in itself surprising. However, it was also observed that if the stimulus continued for more than 500 milliseconds, awareness of the stimuli did not begin after this period, but when the stimuli actually started. In other words, awareness of the stimuli would be ‘antedated’ from the actual delayed time at which a response was elicited in the state of neurons, so the experience appeared subjectively to occur without delay. It was discovered that our brains have an automatic referral of conscious experience backwards in time.
We also have the experiments performed by the parapsychologist Dean Radin in the 1990s, in which his subjects’ emotional responses were recorded via a bio-feedback device as they were shown randomly selected images on a computer screen, most of which were calm, some of which were arousing or shocking. His evidence proved that when arousing images were about to appear an increase in electrodermal activity began,.up to three or four seconds in advance.
Anyone who has ever had a hunch, a subtle feeling that something was about to happen, can attest to this pre-emptive quality to human consciousness. It is these same subtle impressions that were exploited during the remote viewing experiments of the CIA funded Project Stargate, while the US Navy’s current Project Jedi, essentially a training program for psychic soldiers, represents the weaponization of hunches and other subtle impressions from beyond space-time.
Regardless of the role of cryptochromes this is proof positive that a previously unexplainable and therefore denied sixth sense is not only possible but present in many animals, as well as humans. Things get even spookier when we consider how the cryptochromes themselves relate to the electromagnetic Schumann Resonance field, which they do by means of quantum entanglement; cryptochromes react to light by spawning a pair of spinning particles whose balance is so sensitive it tips in reaction to the most subtle electromagnetic fields.
It has also been discovered that human beings possess this cryptochrome protein, which plays an important function in maintaining our circadian rhythm. It is also true that some people possess an apparently intuitive sense of direction. The recent discovery of this previously unknown property of cryptochromes may hold important clues regarding observed correspondences between collective human behaviour and solar and geomagnetic activity, and the adverse effects of disruptions in these fields on not just human behaviour but also health; as were observed in the experiments of Rutger Weaver. Changes in these fields have been proven to effect our brainwaves, heart beats, athletic performance, and immune systems. Extreme shifts in these fields, such as those caused by extreme solar activity, have been shown to correspond with some of the world’s more positive cultural shifts, and some of humanity’s greatest creations and art. They also correspond with some of humanity’s most tragic events.
A number of other surprising possibilities open to us when considering the correlations between the Schumann Resonance, psychic abilities, and cryptochromes. The mysterious psychic abilities apparent in certain human beings might be explained by such a biomechanism. Since electromagnetic fields are present all around us, containing all manner of information, human cryptochromes might, for example, play a role in abilities such as reading auras; a phenomena entirely comparable with sensing the elecromagnetic emissions of the human body. Consider also that there are seven areas of the body that may be identified as projecting measurable low amplitude fields, corresponding with the traditional seven chakras, known to mystics as long as 5,000 years ago. Energy workers and traditional healers have been found to possess higher than average electrical fields; might they also have more active cryptochrome activity, or be more attuned to it?
It is likely that such a sixth sense would have been more pronounced in early man, with hunter gatherers travelling comparable distances to various migratory species. If so, the shamanic world view that developed during this period most definitely had its roots in this magnetoreceptive sixth sense, since the psychic relationship between humankind and the Earth would have been no mystery.
The results of the long-term and worldwide experiment of the Global Consciousness Project confirm an effect by human collective emotions on a field-like Global Consciousness; what occultists have called the Anima Mundi. It is therefore not also simply possible but inevitable, that modern electromagnetic pollution, such as 5G wi-fi technology, will have comparable effects to natural disruptions in these fields, redirecting mass thought on a planetary scale – in much the same way as shoals of salmon can be redirected under electromagnetic remote control. Such EMF frequencies were shown in Persinger’s experiments to have a detrimental effect in psychic’s ability to attain to the Theta trance, and have been reported experientially by psychics world-wide. He has also stated that radio and microwave technologies, put in place for purposes such as TV, mobile phones, and wi-fi, can be instantly converted into a world spanning system of mind control technology capable of remote controlling the whole of humanity. Whether by conspiracy or coincidence the implications are the same; a technology assisted covert attack against the population, disrupting brainwaves and clouding our abilities to comprehend our own slavery.
We know from Einstein that “the field is the sole governing agency of the particle” and therefore of all matter. Human beings, our entire bodies down to our very DNA, are governed by these fields; the human body has a measurable electromagnetic field of around 30 – 100 mv, recordable simply by attaching electrodes to an earlobe, or a finger. All human beings have different mv ranges in their nervous and autonomic systems, running positive and negative ions throughout our bodies. People with severe depression or nervous disorders, can have ranges as low as 5-9 mv. Super athletes may have as high as 2,000 mv. Physiological tests of Chi-Kung masters and psychic energy healers, as performed in the 1970s by Dr. Elmer Green and Dr. William Tiller, showed their ability to increase the voltage not just of their own body but in their environment, measured by them on the surface of the floor, ceiling, and two walls, of 25 – 200 volts.
This biofield surrounding the body is toroidal; as is the field surrounding the planet Earth, an atom, our solar system, and by extension the universe. Although modern science has only recently become aware of this field the toroid is ubiquitous in early religious art and sacred geometry. Although we can only speculate as to the meaning of such correlations they are profoundly unlikely to be mere coincidences.
Although physicists use the term electromagnetism as they were were one phenomena no actual interdependent relationship between electricity and magnetism have been established. Magnetism in various forms, and electrical activity, can also exist independently; organisms may produce magnetic fields that are not electrical in nature, even though electrical currents applied to such fields have disruptive, or calming, effects. It has also been confirmed that various energy fields exist around the body that cannot be accurately described as either magnetic or electrical, but are indirectly related to them. All biological organisms possess innate biofields that interact with electrical, magnetic, and gravitational field resonances.
When we are in pair or group our biofields interact and, in terms of physics, interfere with each other. If our frequencies are closely attuned, as is achieved through the synchronised activities of sɵrcery ritual, these interference patterns resolve in an enhancement and empowering of the collective biofield, called in sɵrcery terminology the Egregɵre. This constructive interference allows for communication across the collective field. Harmonised fields allow for remote telepathic communication over distance, as is sometimes reported between mothers and children, or between twins, whose cells share the same receptor frequencies.
When we get a weak signal on a (analogue) radio and place our hands near the antennae, not even touching it, our electromagnetic field causes the signal to improve. It is evidence that our bio-electric fields may receive information in signals from beyond ourselves, potentially including signals of extra-dimensional and extra-terrestrial origins.
Consider also that the radio receiver was invented before the transmitter; its purpose was to hear the voices of the dead. The interference of modern radio transmissions mean we can no longer hear these voices, and similar interference prevents us from receiving information psychically.
When the reception is weak the solution is to clean up the reception, and to boost the signal with increased power. Sɵrcerers utilizes the human body’s electromagnetic field, empowered through its affinities to the Schumann Resonance, from DNA through to the the heart and brain, to act as a receiver / transmitter of information. The principal techniques in achieving this cleaned and boosted psychic signal are adapted from the Tantric system of chakras; nodes of electromagnetic emission located at seven levels of the cerebrospinal system, invisible to the eye, and requiring extreme sensitivity to detect. Chakras have been known to the esoteric sciences in various forms for at least 5,000 years, but until modern technology allowed us to make objective recordings of such fields their existence was dismissed by the materialism based mainstream sciences; the chakras correspond to seven major nerve ganglia, but are not to be understood as existing within the physical system; rather, they are part of the electromagnetic field or ‘energy body’.
It was also known to the ancients that these energy centres, attuned to the Earth’s own field, provide a key to all manner of spiritual and psychic awakenings. In the chakra system this is achieved first through the activation of the root chakra, corresponding with nerve ganglia at base of the body’ electromagnetic system, connecting it directly with resonance of the planet’s field. This field is drawn upwards, by means of its vibratory tendency into the second centre above the genitals, attuning to the received frequencies within the solar plexus, then channelled upward along the spine to the heart, throat, third eye, and crown chakra. The crown’s transmissions are then circulated around the outside of the body’s auric-electromagnetic field, through which the sɵrcerer interacts with the morphic resonance of their immediate, as well as distant, environment; receiving information or reprɵgramming the fields.
Modern technology has confirmed that these centres indeed are activated when we attune to the Earth’s field, attaining to Theta trance. The strongest of all these emitters is the heart, which has been measured at a distance of several meters. The heart in particular has shown to increase its amplitude by three times or more, with a corresponding increase also measured in the brain, during Theta trance. Such a field naturally has a stronger relationship with its environment, and has been found to be common in effective psychics and energy workers. It has also been shown that the electromagnetic auras of our hearts interact when we are in proximity, most often causing heart beats to synchronise. Thus the mere presence of a powerful psychic sender, or any amplified heart field, will draw neighbouring hearts into time with itself, causing also a corresponding shift in consciousness.
Prolonged meditation produces a shift in the electromagnetic frequencies of the heart, originating in the elimination of what medical professionals call the bifurcation echo. These frequencies then resonate throughout the entire body around seven times a second. When the left ventricle of the heart ejects blood the aorta, being elastic, balloons out just beyond the valve, causing a pressure pulse to travel down along the aorta. When the pulse reaches the bifurcation in the lower abdomen, where it forks into two to go into the legs, it rebounds and returns up the aorta. If meanwhile the heart ejects blood a new pulse is sent downwards and the two pulses collide, producing an interference pattern. When the heartbeat is slowed through meditation the bifurcation echo fades away as the heart decreases the force and frequency at which it pumps blood, resulting in a regular, rhythmic frequency which travels through the body and enters the head as a sustained resonance.
The second strongest emitter is the human brain, which interacts with the field of the heart, ideally harmoniously. A change of heartbeat naturally corresponds to a shift in consciousness, and we can see the correlation here with the shifts in electromagnetic activity. As with the human heart, proximity will cause degrees of synchronisation. Intense single minded focus, as is attained in chakra meditation or similar, creates an acoustic standing wave in the right hemisphere of the cerebral cortex, caused by the heightened electromagnetic resonance of the heart producing sympathetic frequencies in the walls of the fluid filled cavities comprising the third and lateral ventricles of the brain. These work to polarize the cortex in a manner that conducts a signal along the homunculus, beginning at the toes and working upward. An electromagnetic pulse is then generated which stimulates the brain to raise both amplitude and frequency of brainwave output. As the resonance of the heart reaches the brain it sets up a rhythmic pattern in which the brain moves up and down approximately 0.005 to 0.1 millimetres in a continuous frequency; this self reinforcing resonant behaviour accounting for the body’s ability to sustain this movement despite the minimal energy expended.
As the sɵrcerer’s physical body resonates in harmony with the surrounding electromagnetic medium they build the energy field surrounding their body, putting it also into homogeneity with its environment and promoting movement of the seat of consciousness into its surroundings, by means of the fact that their body and the Schumann Resonance are now a single energy continuum. In this manner the entire body’s micromotions function as an attuned resonant system transferring energy at around 7-8 Hz into the planet’s ionospheric cavity. The signal transmitted through the human body travels through the electromagnetic atmosphere in which we are embedded, reaching the other side of the world in around one seventh of a second. Such a wavelength knows no obstacles and does not attenuate over distance. It is the perfect medium for relaying information of any kind; including consciousness. The same process which moves the brain into concentrated coherence at increasing levels of frequency and amplitude ascertain analogous frequencies for data collection and also promotes enhancement of bodily energies to a point permitting the subject to achieve out-of- body movement. In addition, atunement to the Schumann Resonance allows for an unstoppable telepathic carrier wave to assist in communication with others similarly attuned, wherever they are in the world.
Excerpts from The NeuronomIcɵn: A 21st Century Grimoire
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