Who’d guess that an agnostic institution like modern science would be best suited to bring spiritual understanding to humanity?
The notion seemed silly to me when I started writing this article a few weeks ago. But now…
- after revisiting the science-related ITC contacts we (INIT) received late last century,
- after reviewing the articles I’ve written over the years about science and spirituality, and
- while exploring the history of quantum physics, especially what’s relegated lately to quantum mysticism…
… I’ve become a sort of born-again science buff.
These are the kinds of questions that are at the center of quantum physics (and “quantum mysticism”):
- Can one tiny particle exist in different states or places at the same time? (quantum superposition)
- Can two or more tiny particles, far away from each other, interact with each other, or react instantaneously to the same stimuli applied to just one of those particles? (quantum entanglement)
- Can something exist without being perceived by consciousness? (Does a tree falling in the woods make a “sound” if there’s no human or animal around to hear it?)
- Does consciousness affect or indeed create reality? (Do physicists’ thoughts and expectations affect the behavior of the particles and waves they’re observing?)
Well, the answer to questions #1 and #2 seems to be yes until, oddly enough, someone actually observes it happening… at which time there’s a “wave-function collapse,” and the particles return to, um…, normal. (Which would suggest that the answer to questions #3 and #4 is also a conditional yes.)
Finding answers to questions like these, science will soon be opening the doors to the spirit realms… and then we humans will learn more about life and reality in the course of a few decades than we’ve learned since the days of ancient Babylon some 4,000 years ago.
Religion has always had a good (if sometimes imaginative) sense of what the spirit realms are all about, but science has the methodology (and will soon develop the tools, I believe) to carefully pull aside the embellishments of each religion, to locate the basic truths shared by them all, and to see what’s really going on in those countless dimensions that we think of as “the other side.”
From Strange Complexity to Elegant Simplicity
There’s an elegant simplicity in the source (see diagram) that uncurls and mutates to become more and more complicated (and more illusory) as life-force streams out-beyond to create countless universes in various realms. By the time it reaches the physical realm, things can get very convoluted.
Scientists today are engrossed in the convolutions out here in the fringes of the omniverse, but once they breach the gateway to nonphysical realms they’ll quickly find an elegant simplicity that puts the complexities of physical life into perspective.
I base that supposition on my own grueling experience, years ago, while trying to make sense of economics. To come up with a simple formula that I felt could be at the heart of economics, I first had to reclassify all life on Earth, redefine the structure of a social system, and make a clear distinction between:
- the structural and energy needs (N) of a social system and
- the resources (R) available to satisfy those needs.
The relationship or difference between N and R determined the economic vitality (V) of the social system (or so I believed then and still believe now).
V ≅ R : N
A simple concept. But as you can imagine, it got really complicated trying to sort out all of those needs and resources.
Then, a few months ago I applied that same little formula to the spirit realms, and all of the complications melted away into an elegant simplicity:
The vitality (V) of any spiritual entity is determined by the life-force it needs (N) in relation to the life-force it receives (R) from the source. (Read more… ).
In other words, every entity throughout the omniverse is nourished by life-force from the source—very simple, very elegant. Whereas on Earth things have gotten crazy because physical entities, across the eons, have gotten in the habit of also nourishing themselves by killing and eating each other (or by consuming resources)—very complicated, very convoluted… and kind of gross, really.
So I learned that the difference between earthly economics and spiritual economics is stark, though based on the same basic principle.
I suspect that all branches of modern science might go through a similar shift when their complicated theories, formulas, and equations relating to the material universe are exposed to the elegant simplicity of spirit. Things will just fall neatly into place as a bigger, cleaner picture emerges.
Meanwhile, the mystical or spiritual side of science ebbs and flows across the decades. Currently the tide is out, and mainstream scientists are resistant to these ideas. They’ll be more receptive, no doubt, when the mystical tide rolls back in… sometime soon, I hope.
So here are a few ideas that might be useful when the tide comes in… things we learned from ITC (instrumental transcommunication, or technical communication with the spirit realms) about the broader nature of life beyond the Earth. (Quoted statements in italics are messages received directly from spiritual beings.)
Helpful Hints from the Other Side
ITC is made possible by a contact field—a portal that opens up between a receiving station on Earth and a sending station in the spirit worlds. Information is delivered to Earth through these portals, coming through the electromagnetic energies of modern communication devices such as telephones and computers. Portals will be a key aspect of the new, mystical science that will evolve in the coming years.
Based on my experiences with ITC, these are some of the other things future scientists might want to consider as they breach the gateway to the other side:
Our state of mind is a key to successful ITC contacts. We can learn to deal with stress and center our life around love. The contact field consists largely of our emotional reactions. When we are stressed out due to adversity and overwork, the field grows weak. We can recharge it by dealing effectively with the stress by such means as rest, recuperation, and meditation.
Some nature beings are living transducers of life energies flowing at many levels of spiritual and physical existence. They can provide the energies needed to gather information originating in spiritual dimensions and deliver it to our physical dimension through electromagnetic energies. We on Earth must be able to focus our will so that our thoughts can shape our reality in a favorable way.
“In specially suited experimenters, to whom you wrongly refer as ‘successful’, there develops a sort of ‘emotional lance’ in the center of their emotional consciousness which ‘materializes’ inaudible and invisible tones, signs and pictures in your realm.” We typically think of success in a project as the natural outcome of diligence, persistence, hard work, creativity, shrewdness, adequate funding, a sound scientific methodology, and other such factors. Apparently ITC contacts cannot be regarded as “successful efforts” in the usual sense. Rather, certain people have a certain aptitude for ITC. According to this spirit contact, that aptitude might be a sort of penchant for passionate daydreaming in which a person not only forms vivid mental impressions of concepts and images and sounds, but does so with a great deal of feeling. Perhaps a creative mind provides the vehicle for ITC contacts, and passion and enthusiasm are the fuel.
Atonement (at-one-ment) with all life lifts the human spirit and opens doors between dimensions.
Our thoughts and presumptions can affect the lives and the worlds on the other side
Some aspects of scientific methodology are proving to be outmoded or non-applicable in the fields of interdimensional research. One is the need to replicate an experiment to validate its results. Spiritual experiments, as a rule, are not easily replicated.
“Making ITC contacts repeatable is as impossible as simultaneously determining the position and vector of an electron.” Spiritual scientific experiments are non-replicable.
“Space-time consists of eleven dimensions, of which only four can directly be perceived by you.” On one hand we are told that the number of dimensions and their divisions are arbitrary, that there are many, many levels of physical and nonphysical existence, from the material domain to the timeless ethereal realms, all superimposed upon each other, each remaining distinct by the frequency or vibratory rates of their substance. So I’m not sure why this contact refers to 11 dimensions. Does the term “space-time” refer only to parallel physical universes?
“Time ceases to exist (during ITC contacts). This can occasionally be dangerous.”Anyone familiar with the secret US government project called “the Philadelphia Experiment” after World War II in which a navy ship was dematerialized… removed from our physical world for “a period of time”… are fully aware of the dangers involved in interdimensional work.
Many of our dreams are actually travels out of body into spiritual dimensions, and learning to remember dreams has long been an important step toward spiritual awareness and growth. Predictions of major changes on Earth are being reported from many sources, and sometimes they are reflected in our dreams.
A stable contact field brings together energies from many dimensions, not just the electromagnetic energies of our physical world. Etheric energies are rather dense spiritual energies, what frontier physicist William Tiller calls “magneto-electric” energies. They might include what various other people have called “orgone” and “ectoplasm”. Astral energies (what Dr Tiller calls “deltron” energies) are subtler still, and they include our emotions. Our bodies are natural transducers and transmitters of these energies which, according to Dr Tiller, affect electrons and can be directed by the mind.
These and other ideas are explored in greater depth in another article that contains many rich, science-related explanations received from spirit beings through modern equipment.
Such information could prove useful when the next mystical tide rolls in for modern science.