The importance of pre-cognitive remote sensing power to see distant places and events has briefly appeared from time to time in contemplative writings. The famed Swedish scientist Emmanuel Swedenborg, as early as the eighteenth century, created some real-time remote viewing experiments, that had such conclusive results on mind-over-matter that the great German philosopher Immanuel Kant became interested. Kant incorporated this data into the formulation of “Neoplatonic idealistic” philosophy in several of his works, including the Critique of Pure Reason. One concrete incident took place during a dinner party in Gothenburg, Sweden when Swedenborg reported that during the dinner he saw a fire in Stockholm, his home town. Two days later, his visions were confirmed including the fact that the fire stopped just three doors from his own house.
In succession, intellectual history changed disciplines with the advances of the mind. The alchemists became chemists and the philosophers became physicists. For a time it seemed as if the issue between the materialists and the idealists had faded away with the secure triumph of materialistic science. Even while scientific theory was growing in the West, there was also a movement by some scientists away from the materialistic fabric as the sole underlying reality of physics through their work on consciousness understanding.
At the turn of the last century, a Croatian engineer who had moved to America, Nikola Tesla, measured the electrical charge of the planet Earth and found it of a very high potential. In the midst of pioneering the use of electricity, he also observed what he called stationary waves around the earth that could be tapped for free energy. He saw the planet like a conductor. In 1904, Tesla wrote that it was not only ‘practicable to send telegraphic messages to any distance without wires, but also to impress upon the entire globe the faint modulations of the human voice, far more still, to transmit power, in unlimited amounts, to any terrestrial distance and almost without loss.’
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, we are faced with the odd situation that we know more about the origin of the universe twelve billion years ago, more about galactic clusters billions of light years distant in space, and more about the internal structure of the atom than we know about energy and how it interacts with the human consciousness. Scientists have yet to be able to fully comprehend energy and consciousness.
Humanity is still learning, but may be getting closer to understanding consciousness and global communication along with its potentials not only to see things in other locations, but for the healing of the divisions between science and religion. The quest that is now beginning is to use focused consciousness for spiritual awakening and for the truths that the Christ figure manifested as a way to ‘the House of Many Mansions’—the quantum worlds of our future.
— J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.
Autumn 2007 Series 5 Volume 5
Observer and Consciousness in A-temporal Physical Space
Tischrede: Consciousness, Coherence and Quantum Entanglement
J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D.
Observer and Consciousness in A-temporal Physical Space (cont’d)
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