Relativity and Cosmology

   

Structure of Noetically Perceived Columnar Vortices

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Usually earth energies diverge or associated subtle energy lines meander over the Earth’s surface. This paper explores the structure of those mind detected subtle energies that have a cylindrical envelope and possess special properties that keep their 3-dimensional field boundaries parallel and prevent them from diverging. The findings include a complex structure of fractal geometry involving different subtle energy types, together with a newly discovered subtle energy that forms a web pattern providing the “cross bracing” that keeps columnar vortices parallel and stable over long distances and time. Another surprising finding is that the structure of columnar vortices, emanating from sun spots, is identical to the structure of mind created Psi-lines. A conclusion is that the mind is detecting universal laws of physics together with universal constants and ratios. This phenomenon is not just a figment of the imagination, but requires further scientific investigation. Key Words Mind, noetics, dowsing, vortices, subtle energies, psi-lines, fractal geometry, structure

Comments: 23 Pages, 38 Figures, 16 Tables

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[v1] 2014-11-23 08:12:20

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