Mind Science


The Positive Feedback of Tetrahedral Geometry with Space-Time and its Effects on the Mind�s Perception

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Several respected scientists believe that is not possible to comprehend the fundamentals of science without understanding consciousness and the mind. This paper explores this concept and attempts to further the knowledge of the structure of space-time by linking the mind with fundamental geometry. Using the well documented technique of dowsing abstract geometrical shapes, this paper details the findings for dowsing shapes containing angles common in tetrahedral geometry, vesica pices, and in many branches of science. The postulation is that these frequently found angles cannot be a coincidence, but reflect the structure of spacetime. Observations made by several independent experienced dowsers have confirmed the creation of subtle energy beams, subtle energy cones, energy flows, vortices, as well as geometric and arithmetic separation distances. Interesting comparisons are made between identical abstract and solid geometries. The conclusions provide further evidence for consciousness beings linked into the structure of universal space-time, and is augmented by local space-time variables such as the earth�s spin, magnetism, gravity, and orientation also affecting the mind�s perception.

Comments: 17 Pages, 4 Figures, 7 Tables.

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[v1] 10 Mar 2011

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