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Prof. Dr. Friedrich H. Balck www.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck 1mind-matter-esg-2012-english.pdf 13.10.2012

Mind and Matter

Prof. Dr. Friedrich H. Balck

Institute of Energy Research and Physical Technologies

Clausthal University of Technology

Prof. Dr. Friedrich H. Balck www.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck 2mind-matter-esg-2012-english.pdf 13.10.2012

Content

1. Radiaesthesia Past and present applications ...................................................................................... 42. Observation of interference patterns in optics and radiaesthesia ........................................................................................... 73. Extension of how we perceive the world ....................................................................... 12 Hypotheses and observation of invisible matter ........................................................... 17 Bodyfieldsofhumans,reactionbarrierasameasureforstress ................................... 20 Bodyfields,zonesofmaterialobjects .......................................................................... 224. Still unobserved impacts of magnetic and electric fields ............................................. 26 Influenceofwaterandsmallestmagneticalternatingfieldsonthe brainElectroencephalogramEEG ................................................................................. 28 Influenceonthebrainandradiaestheticperceivablezones .......................................... 31 New physics.................................................................................................................. 32 Whatisarotatingmagneticfield? ................................................................................ 33 Whatisarotatingelectricfield? ................................................................................... 355. Mental activity can influence matter, mental structures ............................................. 39 TheexperimentPsi-Track ............................................................................................. 40 Sixpacks,NINS,NeolithicInformationandNavigationSystem .................................. 506. Summary .......................................................................................................................... 53

Literature:http://www2.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck/biosensor/b-literatur.htmOverview:http://www2.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck/biosensor/informationsfelder-evolution-002.pdf

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Mind Matter

Fundamental research in combination with radiaesthesia and physics

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„Radiesthesia is the claimed paranormal or parapsychological ability to de-tect „radiation“ within the human body. According to the theory, all human bodies give off unique or characteristic „radiations“ as do all other physical bodies or objects. Such radiations are often termed an „aura“. A practitioner of radiesthesia claims to detect the interplay of these radiations. Thus radies-thesia is cited as the explanation of such phenomena as dowsing by rods and pendulums in order to locate buried substances, diagnose illnesses, and the

like. The term „radiesthesia“ first entered English in the 1930s and was borrowed from the earlier French radiésthesie. The English word is a compound of the prefix radi(o)-, referring to radiation and the rare term aesthesia meaning „perception by the senses“, or „the capacity for feeling or sensation“, which comes from the ancient Greek aisthesis „a perceiving“.“https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiesthesia

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Dowsing rod, application past and present.

/Ernst-Brueche 1962/

L-Rod/Rohrbach 1996/

Georg Agricola, 2. Book

Radiaesthesia

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Dr. Hans-Dieter Langer, (Dipl. Phys.)Initiator of the dowsing rod exposition, www.drhdl.de

Ch. Rohrbach, Radiästhesie - Karl F. Haug Verlag, Heidelberg (1996)

Christof Rohrbach, Vice President and Professor of Materials Research and Testing at the Federal Institute

Radiaesthesia

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Optical diffraction, interfe-rence with a lattice, light beam is parallel to the screen

Optical diffraction, interfe-rence with a slit, beam projec-tion vertical to the screen

projection screen slightly tilted

Perceivable „picture“ of a water veinRadiaesthesia

Optics

5 radiation zones

underground water vein

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Observing (seeing or perceiving) an interference pattern.

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A criterion for objectivity is:plotting the determined positions of the maxima versus conse-cutive numbers the determined positions should show similar distances between them (in space or angle) i.e. a graph should show linear behavior. The pattern found should be symmetric to the middle and the slope of the line should linearly depend on the wavelength of the light.

Refraction with a slit

Mercury arc lampHeNe-Laser

Observing with the eyes - well accepted and objective measure

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Interference pattern detected for a pond in a ditch

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Interference pattern detected for a plastic form

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Outside the knowledge in textbooks:Unknown influences, dependence of a site on trees

Radiaesthesia

How do these sites affect humans?

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Extension of our perception of the world

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Transfer of information between living creatures

Natural (conscious) channels for transfer and informatione.g. between humans, senses : language, sight, facial expression

Information fields Burkhardt Heim 1925 - 2001

Collective unconsciousness Carl Gustav Jung 1875-1961Morphic fields Rupert Sheldrake 1942

consciousness

Personal unconsciousness

consciousness

Personal unconsciousness

Technologies: phone, radio, WWW,GPSSearch engines Google, Wikipedia... Exchange of data: text, picture, mail (e-mail), position

Social networks: Facebook virtual realities: Second life

Conscious access to the subconscious, coupling the two halves of the brain

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InformationfieldBiology

Religion

Medicine

PhysicsSpiritualWord,messagefromangels,reincarnation,shamanism,soulofdeceased,soul

Quantumentanglement,memoryofwater,constructionplanofelementaryparticles

Regenerationofbodyparts(salamander)Morphicfields,knowledgetransfer,constructionplansOrientationofhumansandanimals

HomoeopathyInformationmedicineEnergymedicineHypnotism

AstrologyAstrologyTelepathy

Thoughttransmission,remoteviewing

Sagas,mythNaturalbeings,fairies,trolls

Information fields

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Matter and their parts

From observations toknowledgeinbooks...

Telescope of Johannes Hevlius (Gdansk) in Machina coelestis, Gdansk 1673

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WilliamCrookes1832-1919Matter and its partsTheglowdischargeinaglasstubeshowingtheexi-stenceofchargedparticlesandradiationallowsforthestudyoftheirproperties.Light,positiveandnegativeparticles,whichcanbedeflectedbymagnets:electrons,ionsetc.

ObservationinDecember2011:Outsidetherightside(catho-de)oftheDuranglasstubesomethingcanbeperceivedonthepalmatadistanceofupto1.5meters.Commentofastudent:„somethingwarm“.Dischargevoltage:630V,current0.3mAWasthiseffectignoredbecauseitwasnotvisible?Similareffectscanbeobservedforsemiconductors,LEDsandenergysavinglamps.(Hyperschall/Gebbensleben2010/)

Conewithapertureangleofabout30degrees

electrodes with holes drilled in the middle+-

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/58/Glow-discharge-schematic-de.png

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Assumption2:Subtlematterisindeedinvisible

butcanbeperceived.example1effectsofradiaesthiaarebasedonsubtlematter.2mentalpaths(e.g.Psi-Track)canbeinstalledbythemind.Theycanbereadbyotherpersonsanderasedbysomeofthem.

Assumption1:Invisible matter exists.

example1astrophysics DarkMatter2Volkamerweighingexperiment subtlematter

Hypothesesaboutinvisiblematter

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SpeculationfortheexistenceofsubtlematterDr.KlausVolkamer,weighingexperimentsdifferentialbalancewithhighprecision(Sartorius)resolvablechanges1:1million

weightchangesduringthesolareclipse11.August1999(C)withpermissionofKlausVolkamer.

weightchangesofapersonduringsleepThereisasteadydecreaseofweight(lossofwa-terwithbreathing)andunsteadychangeswhenthepersonfellasleepandawakened.(C)withpermissionofKlausVolkamer.

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Application with perceiving senses

Perceivable zones

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Bodyfieldsofhumansreactionbarrierasameasureforstress

mentalsphere,radiusabout2m,decreaseswithstress

emotionalsphere,radiusabout0.5mtheradiusincreaseswithstresslevel

Egosphere,radius3.2m

reactionbarrier=alertzone

Stress

Stress

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Bodyfieldsofhumansreactionbarrierasameasureforstress

Coppertubeverticallyalignedwithflowingwater

Measureofemotionalundmental sphere

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-neun.htm

Withstresstheredcolumnsbecomelargerandthegreenonessmaller.

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Bodiesaresurroundedbystructuresofsubtlematter,eg.zones

Therearemorezoneswithhollowbodies.

Photo:G.Engelsing

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-sieben.htm

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Bodieshaveperceivablezones

Woodenorganpipeandstainlesssteelpot.Someofthezonescannotbeper-ceivedwhentheyarefilledwitheg.CO2 instead of air. Noblegasesintheairareresponsiblefortheexistenceofthesezones.

perceivablezones,interferencepatternwithcoppertubes /Reddish,1998/

twocoppertubes

Woodenorganpipe stainless steel pot.

/biosensor/reddish.htm

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Zonesofwaterjets

Awaterjetgoingverticallydownisinvestigated.Thepositionsofthezonesaremarkedonthegrass(right)

Waterjettilted.

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-acht.htm

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Perceivablezonesofaglassandwater

Fourzonesexistforeachobject.

Glassonarotaryplatewithmotor.Thezonesfollowtherotation.However,theycanonlybeperceiveduptoasmallspeed.

glass

water

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-sieben.htm

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upuntilnow,noobservedimpactofmagneticandelectricfields

Toroid coil

copper-plated iron coin at a magnet

electrical current through a magnet

Energy research

electric fields, field linesmagnetic fields, magnetic lines

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Propagationandverificationoftheimpactofwatertogetherwithmagneticfields

water 2 m/s

alternating current 0,5 mA

1 bis 20 Hzfrequency generator

shie

ldin

g

vacuumsilk, foilfoam glassaluminum

noble gases

light/heavytired, awake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

EEG

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-vier.htm

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Influenceofwaterandaverysmall,alternatingmagneticfieldonthebrain G.Haffelder

C.BrucherElectroEncephaloGram

coil

/biosensor/kuehlwasser-fuenf.htm

leftandrighthalvesofthebrain

Frequenz

Zeit

inte

nsity

brainreaction

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LittleRedRidingHoodThewolfgetsintootherregionsbydisguise.Theinfluenceofflowingwaterandverysmall,alternatingmagneticfieldsThebrainobviouslydoesnotrecognizeitasforeigniffrequency,intensityandcharacterofthewavesarelikeitsown.

EEG

Bypassingthedefensemechanism,disguise

Illustration by Gustave Doré from Les Con-tes de Perrault, 1862

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Transfermedium

Awatercoilinavacuumvesseldoesnothaveaperceivablezonewhentheairispumpedoff.However,whenthevesselisfilledwithnoblegaseseg.helium,argon,neon,thezonesbecomeperceivableatapressureofabout1%thatofair.

Noblegasesareessentialforthetransfer.Skizze:WernerAuer

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Influenceofmagneticfieldsandradiaestheticzonesonthebrain.

Alternatingmagneticfieldscantransferinformationintothestructures.Thesezonestherebyattainotherperceivablequalities(theybecomemoreintense).

alarmclockandpowersup-plyoveragridinfluencethebodyfield

magneticimpulseeverysecond

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New physics?

What is a field?What is a magnetic field?What is an electric field?

(Rudolf Fleischmann, Einführung in die Physik 1970, Physik Verlag· Verlag Chemie)„4.1. Fundamental observations, existence of electric and magnetic fields.Before we discuss quantitative rules about electric and magnetic phenomena we must accept two existence statements:a) magnetic fields existb) electric fields exist.Furthermore, an electric charge is surrounded by an electric field a magnet by a magnetic field.

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Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyamagnetrotatingaroundalongitudinalaxis.

Withextremelylowrotatingspeed(5secperrevolution)objectsseveralmetersindiametercanbeobserved.

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Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyamagnetrotatingaroundalongitudinalaxis.

Thediameterofthetorusincreaseswithspeed.(dataof80obser-vedpositions)

Position/M

eter

Axis,rotationalspeed/Hz

MagnetS N

0,50,30,1

10

6

0

2

12

8

4

rotating magnet, cross section through the ring surface at different speeds

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Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyarotating,chargedmetalball.

Theballispartofacapacitor;theotherpartsarefloor,wallandtripod.Itturnsataveryslowrotationspeedof5secondsperturn.Atthebeginningofeachexperimenttheballisconnec-tedforamomenttoahighvoltagepowersupply.Thisequipmentproducesperceivablestructures,whicharetoroidalarounditsaxisandareseveralmetersin

diameter.Inordertogetthedimensionofthatstructure,awhitemeasuringtapeisputonthefloor.Importantpartsofthecrosssectionthroughthestructuresaremarkedbywhitepaperorcolouredchalk.Tworingscanbeobserved.Theirdiameters(innerandouterpartofeachzone)dependonspeedandchargingvoltage.

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Regionsatdifferentchargingvoltages(blue,yellow,greenandred)consistoftwoneighbouredzones.Theyaremarkedwithchalkonthefloor.Threedifferentobservationsareshownhere.

Paperandcolouredchalkmarkthefourpositionsofeachchargingcondition.

Arrangementofthezone(schema-tic)Theringsarecharacterizedbyfourpositions(1,2,3,4),twofortheinner(red)andtwofortheouter(blue)rings.Therotatingobject,thesphere,islocatedatthecenter.Theblacklinerepresentsthepathonwhichthepo-sitionsweredetermined.

Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyachargedrotatingmetalball.

0 kV -2 kV+2 kV

+4 kV

+4 kV

-2 kV

0 kV

+2 kV

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Resultsfordifferentparameters(192positions)rotationcounterclockwise(CCW)Thegraphcanbefittedbyanexponentialfunction.y=a*EXP(x*b)+ca1 2,40 b1 0,240 c1 0,0a2 2,55 b2 0,235 c2 0,2a3 2,70 b3 0,230 c3 0,4a4 2,80 b4 0,230 c4 0,6

(4)(3)(2)(1)

Clockwiserotation(CW)Theinfluenceofthechargingvoltageisreversed,i.e.thesignofthevoltagemustbeinversetothatofCCWrotationtoincreasethesizeofthestructurewithincreasingcharge.

Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyacharged,rotatingmetalball

-60+6

-60+6Voltage/kV

Voltage/kV

Position/M

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Position/M

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8

6

4

2

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Rotationalspeed,directionandsignofthechargingvoltagehaveaneffectontheexten-sionofthestructures.

Higherspeedenlargesthezones.TheradiiwillincreasewithvoltagewhenchargeispositiveandrotationCCWorwhenchargeisnegativeandrotationCW.

chargingvoltage

Zone

n Radius

rotationcounterclockwise(CCW)rotationclockwise(CW)

+ - - +

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chargedcylinderrotates

Zone

n Radius

rotationspeed/Hz

Position/M

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0,00,50,60,7

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6

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Newphysics?Perceivablestructuresgeneratedbyacharged,rotatingsurface

chargingvoltage

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Mentalpath,Psi-TrackandSixpack

Mindcancontrolmatter

A 4000 to 5000 years old menhir neartheHarzMountainsinGermany

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Experimenttoverifymentallyestablishedperceivableinterconnections

Assumption:ThereisaconnectionbetweenthesitesAandB,whichisnotvisibleandcannotbefoundusingconventionaldevices

AB

Observation: Somepeoplecanperceivetheinterconnectionandcanfindtheirpositionandorientation.Thiscanbeconcludedwhenmostofthemarkedpositions(*)lieinthevicinityoftheinterconnec-tionanddescribetheiralignment.

AB

* * * * * * **

http://www2.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck/biosensor/psi-track-000.htm

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thisresearchwasstimulatedbytheworkofN.O.Jacobson,J.A.TellefsenDowsingalongthepsitrack,JournaloftheSocietyforPsychicalResearch59(1994)321-339www.newphys.se/fnysik/3_1/index.htmlhttp://www.nilsolof.se/psitrack.htm

2)thesendervisualizesthepath

Target

3)Pursuingthepath,searchingzigzag

1)whichwayfromAtoB?A

A

A

B

B

B

Start

it is nearly a beeline!

ExperimenttoverifymentallyestablishedperceivableinterconnectionsPsi-Trackbetweentwoplaces

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Psi-Tracktotargetsatgreatdistances

ThetargetWashingtonisalittlebitsouthofClausthal-Zeller-feldatN39degreesThebeelineisbentinthismapprojection.Thestartingdirec-tioniswestbynorthwestandgoesoverNorthernIreland.

yellow:withGPSmarkedpositionsofthefoundpath.purple,greenandblue:beelinetothetargetcyan:reportofthepathduringsearch

TrackstoGrandCanary(green)andMallorca(blue)

APsiTrackfollowsthebeeline;itis the shortest path.

www2.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck/biosensor/psi-track-011.htmwww2.pe.tu-clausthal.de/agbalck/biosensor/psi-track-017.htm

Start

Start

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Psi-Trackbetweentwoplaces

Structure:inner partfivezones,inthemiddleabout20cm,intheouterzo-nesabout8cmwide,periodicaldistance0.7melectroacoustic/magnetoacoustic*

outerpartninezones,ca.0.6mwide,periodicaldistance1.3msixzones,ca.0.3mwide,periodicaldistanceca.0.6melectroacoustic/magnetoacoustic*

*every3.5hourschangebypairs

PropertiesWhocanestablishPsi-Tracks,whichrequirements?

Allhumanscanestablishthemusingthethalamus(partofthebrain),nospecialconditionofthesitenecessaryDurability:ca.30hours,afterwardsonlyveryweakinformationremainsinthemiddle.Alongthezonestherearecomplexstructures(modulatedintensity...?)Psi-Trackscanbeerasedundmovedbutonlybypersonswiththesamesexastheauthoroftheline.

five

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nine

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Psi-TrackatTreppenberg,Clausthaltarget

start

6 9 9 65

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widthca.30Meter

Thedirectionsofthecolouredsticksshowdifferentqualitiesofthezones.

number

putdownthepath,markthepositionswithwoodensticksandtakethepositionwithatapemeasure.

beeline

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Arrangementandmeasurementofthezones,Psi-TrackatTreppenberg,Clausthal

ninezonesH,RnPeriode 0,95 m

sixzonesKr,RnPeriode 0,52 m

ninezonesH,RnPeriode 1,06 m

sixzonesKr,RnPeriode 0,66 m

fivezonesMitte:Ne,Ar,Kr,HOHSeite:He,HOH,Periode 0,63 mPo

sition/M

eter

Thepositionsofthezonesingroupshavesimilardistances.

incrementalnumber

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Es

ApartofthelineconnectingtwopointsAandBistobesought.Thereisnolineofsight.Thepointsbelongtoawell-definedcoordinatesystem.

(A)

(B)

Usingarulertheexaminerdefinesthesearcharea:ED-4.

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4

D

Resultofthesearch:thepositionsfoundaremarkedonatransparencyandtransferredintothecoordinatesystem.

Proofbytheexaminer:thepositionsfoundareintheproximityoftheconnectinglineandarealignedcorrectly.Thesearchprocedureworkedsuccessfully.

Experimenttoverifymentallyestablishedperceivableinterconnections

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Psi-trackbetweenClausthal-ZellerfeldandIgensdorfnearNurem-berg,distanceabout250kmAtthechosensites,thepathcouldbefoundnearthebeeline.TheGPScoordinatesofsomeofthepathpositionswererecorded.Thepicturesshowthatthepathrunsparalleltothebeeline(1).AtEschlipp(2),about20kmnorthofthetrackend,thedistancebet-weenthepathandthebeelinewasabout100meters.

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TrackwithintheareaoftheUniversityofTechnology,about2kmfromthestartingpoint.

TrackatEschlipp

Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Igensdorf

Eschlipp

Experimenttoverifymentallyestablishedperceivableinterconnections

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(2)(1)

SpurbeiEschlipp

Experimenttoverifymentallyestablishedperceivableinterconnections

Liketheexamplewiththechessboard,thepo-sitionsfoundbetweenClausthalandIgensdorfwiththenumbers149to157showadirectionthatisparalleltothebeelineatadistanceof

about100meters.Thus,thesuccessfulsearchmechanismconfirmstheexistenceofaperceivablestructure.

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Structureofmentalpathsattheirstartingandendingpoints.

Afewmetersfromthestart(1),thefiveinnerzonesofthepsi-trackhavereachedtheirultimatewidthandtravelparalleltoeachother.Width:ca.20cm(inner)andca.8cm(outer)Photo:G.Engelsing

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„Sixpacks“fromprehistorictimes NINSNeolithicInformationandNavigationSystem

InBlankenburg,atthenorthernedgeoftheHarzMountains,therearesomeca.4000yearoldmenhirs(2),whicharepartofalargersystemofsixpacks*.Inthecenter,a„centralstone“(1)worksacts(neartherailwaystation).Theinnerstructureofasixpackismarkedinthegrass(3)orinthevicinityof(1)onaroad(4).

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*WalterDiesing,DerHimmelaufErden,(2005)ISBN3-00-014524-9

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*T.Walli,DasRaetiasteinGPS,BooksonDemand,Norderstedt(2008)ISBN978-3-8334-8963-1

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Navigationsystemswithmentalstructuresarere-portedintheliterature*.AtTravemuende(BalticSea)suchasystemcanbefound.There,twostructuresmarktheapertureofthebayofLuebeckbetweenthenortherncoastatKellenhusen(2)andthesoutherncoast(1).AnothersystemofsixpacksconnectsthesitesTra-vemuende(4),Dassow(5)andSchlutup(6)

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New insights?

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Consciousness Acollectiveunconsciousdoesexist,asdoinformationfields(accesssimilartotheinternet) Alternatingmagneticfieldsandwaterplayanimportantroleforinformationstorageandtransfer. Experimentswithmagneticfieldsconfirmreactionsinthehumanbody Coolingwater-magneticfield-EEG,rotatingrodmagnet,rotatingchargedball

Experimentswithmentalpaths: Mentalactivitycanestablishstructures,whichcanbefound,identifiedandanalysed byotherpersons.Asortof„invisibleink“seemstoexistinformofinvisiblematter. Onecanaccessitconsciouslyorunconsciouslyandtakeinfluenceonit. Experimentswithmentalpaths Psi-tracksixpackinformationtransferalongsixpacks

Mindandmatterseemtobeconnectedwitheachother. Invisiblemattercouldplayanimportantrole. Therefore,knowledgeofthephysicsofmattercanbetransferredintothefieldofmindresearch.

Knowledgeandexperienceofradiesthesiaisanimportantkeytoextendourperceptionoftheworld Inconsequence:thisisapreviouslyunexploredareathatdeservesfurtherresearch.

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