2000: WHAT IS FAR INFRARED RAYS (FIR)

By: Professor Li Dong Qi The complete spectrum of sunlight consists of visible and invisible rays. The visible rays are red, orange, yellow, green, indigo, blue and violet in colors (Known as rainbow colors). The invisible rays are Ultra Violet, X-rays, Gamma, Cosmic, Microwave, Long Wave, Electrical Wave, and Infrared Electromagnetic waves between visible light and the microwave are called infrared waves. The wavelength of infrared waves range from 0.76 microns to 1,000 microns. The ranges of Near, Medium and Far Infrared Rays are 0.76 to 1.5micron, 1.5 to 4 micron, and 4 to 1,000 micron respectively. The Physical Characteristic of FIR are : a. Invisibility b. Linearity, refractivity and reflectivity c. Upon being absorbed by various objects, the ability to produce warmth and harmonize with the natural life-force released by the human body to enhance resonance absorption. The ability to penetrate deep into the human body. The sun, […] Read More

2002: Upper Harmonics, A Short Treatise

By Ken Adachi http://educate-yourself.org/be/upperharmonicsexplained22may02.shtml May 22, 2002 The type of electrical waveform that most people are familiar with is the AC sine wave. AC stands for Alternating Current.  Seen on an oscilloscope, it’s the voltage sine waveform that we are most familiar with from physics textbooks; a gradually undulating, sinusoidal wave shape. It’s important to bear in mind that we are usually looking at a voltage waveforms on the oscilloscope, not current waveforms, but nevertheless we can understand the current flow based on what we see in the voltage waveform. Typically, half of the sine wave cycle occurs in the upper positive region of the oscilloscope graph, above the zero lines, and the other half of the cycle completes itself in the lower, negative region of the graph. In the upper positive region of the graph, the current is flowing in one direction only, but the intensity of the current is first gradually increasing and then […] Read More

2005: What is BioGeometry?

The BioGeometrical Systems Institute Company was founded in 1993 by Dr. Ibrahim Karim, D.Sc., and Mrs. Rawya Karim, M.A. It was envisioned as a design center to research and implement the new science of BioGeometry, developed & patented by Dr. Karim. The BioGeometrical Energy system Ltd. is a multi-disciplinary organization working in the following fields: A BioGeometrical design language used in architectural, planning decoration, industrial design, and accessories. Energy adjustment on all levels and protection from harmful earth radiation ranging from a building to a whole city. The development and use of BioSignatures to support traditional and alternative medicine. Environmental application and protection from side effects of modern technology. For example electronic and cellular devices Agriculture research in organic planting eliminating pesticides and prolonging shelf life. BioGeometry is a science that deals with the Energy of Shape. BioGeometry is the language of seeing the relationship between shape and energy. […] Read More

2009: Superwave: Project Camelot interviews Dr Paul LaViolette

  Dr. Paul LaViolette is the measured counterpart to Patrick Geryl, whose interview we have released simultaneously. A brilliant and maverick astrophysicist, Paul is best known for his research into a new theory of matter he calls Subquantum Kinetics – based on systems theory, which he studied for his Ph.D. thesis – and for his carefully argued hypothesis, first formulated in 1983, that our galactic center periodically emits devastating waves he termed superwaves. Galactic superwaves are intense cosmic ray particle bombardments that originate from the center of our Galaxy, and that last for periods of up to a few thousand years. Paul explains that astronomical and geological evidence indicates that the last major superwave impacted our solar system around 12,000 to 16,000 years ago, and produced abrupt changes of the Earth’s climate. The land animal extinction episode which occurred during this interval was the worst in several million years, […] Read More

2013: The Dream Machine – Portal to inner dimensions without drugs or meditation

The Dream Machine is a device for altering the brainwave frequency of the user and putting it into an alpha state, at which point it begins generating waking, sober hallucinations and internal “movies,” on-demand. The user of the Dream Machine sits in front of it with eyes closed and allows the precisely-calibrated flicker pattern to play over their face, creating a strobe effect in the darkness behind their eyelids. After a short period of adjustment, the user begins to experience eidetic imagery, in the same way, that one does just as passing over the threshold between wakefulness and sleep. Nostradamus was alleged to have received his visions by closing his eyes, facing towards the sun and flickering his fingers in front of his eyes The machine was officially unveiled in 1962, at the Louvre’s Museé des Arts Decoratifs, to a fascinated public and press—but Gysin, unsatisfied with a small […] Read More

2014: ‘The Future Never Comes’: The Strange Loop of Techno-Anxiety

Image: Deru/Tim Navis What we know for sure is that what comes next is going to be huge and nothing will ever be the same again. This statement, possibly the dominant sentiment of the post-industrial world, is what it means to be defined by technology: neverending expectation, the assurance that this here now is insufficient, a mere stepping stone to the real future‘s future. It’s a perfect strange loop: as we progress upward through hierarchies of new and better technology, we’re also conditioned by that same new and better technology to anticipate the next wave of new and better. The real future is always just over the horizon and it’s such that we’re rarely impressed by anything, no matter how much things actually change and move forward within technology. There is no techno-future, just a dull yet anxiety-inducing present. It’s like a Sheperd tone, a small set of static […] Read More

2014: Thoughtography

Probably because I’m a huge fan of Spiderman, I was interested in photography from an early age. At one point I had even considered a career in photography until I realized how bad I am at composition and how much talent is required to be a photographer. In high school, I took a photography class and really enjoyed it, but it was obvious that it was not for me. Coincidentally within the realm of the paranormal, there is a different kind of photography which I was recently reminded of; (real talk it was because I spent the weekend marathoning The X-Files) Psychic Photography or ‘Thoughtography’. The origins of this particular psychic expression seem to be with a Japanese Psychologist named Tomokichi Fukurai. Fukurai was an assistant professor of psychology at Tokyo University around the turn of the 20th century, around 1910 or so. He was the first to recognize […] Read More

2014: Scientists Observe Man Travel Out of His Body and Into Space – What He Saw Was Remarkable

NASA’s Pioneer 10 spacecraft was launched into space in 1972. It was the very first spacecraft to fly directly through the asteroid belt and make observations of the biggest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. It was also able to obtain close up images of the planet, something that scientists had never had access to before. (1) Prior to the flyby of Jupiter by Pioneer 10, the CIA and NSA in conjunction with Stanford University were involved in what was called “Remote Viewing.”  Remote viewing can be defined in multiple ways. It’s the ability of individuals to describe a remote geographical location up to several hundred thousand kilometers away (sometimes even more) from their physical location.(2)(3)(4) A gentleman by the name of Ingo Swann was able to successfully describe and view a ring around Jupiter, a ring that scientists had no idea existed. This took place precisely before the […] Read More