Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen
The necessary integration between quantum mechanics and cosmology requires an understanding of such phenomenon as entanglement and why the act of observation affects scientific measurements. With this in mind, the study of psi-lines provides some important clues as to how consciousness in its widest sense, together with the communication of information, fits into the structure of the universe and the laws of physics. This paper is a summary of the author’s own ground-breaking research into psi-lines over the last 20 years. Psi-lines are a well established phenomenon. They are easily created, and/or destroyed by the mind. (Psi is associated with the Greek word for mind). Not only can they be detected by their creator, but more importantly they can be readily detected by others. This property enables their use for tracking. Evidence exists for this use over 1,000 years’ ago, and there is a strong probability that they were used by Neolithic man. In ancient times they were presumably created as part of daily life, to assist in navigation. Detailed research shows that psi-lines are not 1-dimensional lines, but complex 3-dimensional cosmic and subtle energy fields comprising coaxial cylindrical lines. A conical helix terminates these lines, which are also associated with nodes, electric and magnetic fields, and audio frequencies. They can also have beneficial or detrimental affects on health, and are perceived slightly differently by males and females. The properties and structure of psi-lines are affected by local and astronomical forces including gravity and the earth’s spin. Experimental data has produced formulae such as W = φ/3 * Ln(L) + √3/2 which is the relationship between the length and width of psi-lines, where φ is the golden ratio 1.61803. As this and similar formulae involve no arbitrary constants and only universal constants, this is good evidence that the mind can interact with the cosmos. Key Words Mind; Consciousness; Psi-lines; Golden Ratio; Structure of the Universe; Cosmic and Subtle Energy; Dowsing; Navigation
Comments: 18 Pages, 15 Figures, 1 Table
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