Monday, 22 July 2013

The holographic future

The Holographic Feature
The Holographic Future
These examples below are obtained from the book The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot. 

In the 1930,s J.B. and Louis Rhine discovered that volunteers could guess what cards would be drawn randomly from the deck with success rate that was better than chance by odds of three million to one.

In the 1970s Helmut Schmidt, a physicist at Boeing Aircraft in Seattle, conducted over sixty thousands trials and has obtained results that were one billion to one against chance in predicting random subatomic events.

Montague Ullman with psychologist Stanley Krippner and researcher Charles Honorton at the Dream Laboratory at Maimonides Medical Center have obtained results which could support notion that dreams can be used to determine feature.

Volunteers were asked to create dreams in which they would discover a random picture selected next day.  The best subject could score 5 hits out of 8.

Researchers Puthoff and Targ found in their remote-viewing experiments that volunteers not only were able to describe locations which they were visiting in the present, but they were able to describe locations which they would visit in the future before the location has been even decided upon. 

Their experiments were duplicated by numerous laboratories around the world. In 334 such trials Jahn and Dunne of facility in Princeton were able to come up with accurate precognition in about 62 percent of cases.

Both Puthoff and Targ believe that non-local quantum interconnectedness plays a role in precognition. That mind is able to access some kind of "holographic soup" in which all points are interconnected in time and space.

Studies also show that precognitive visions tend to be of tragedies with premonitions of unhappy events outnumbering happy ones by a ratio of four to one with 60 to 68 percent occurring in dreaming.

In addition in 1960s Karlis Osis and hypnotist J. Fahler found that hypnotized subjects scored significantly higher on precognition tests than non-hypnotized subjects.

The question is if by knowing the future, can we avoid it.

There are nineteen documented cases of people who had glimpses of sinking of the Titanic and some who paid attention to their feelings survived but those who didn't drowned.

Is it possible that future of those who survived included the fact that they would be given future knowledge and avoid the accident? Or the prior knowledge allowed them to change the direction of their life's path?

Researcher Loye believes that Universe consists of various holograms. When we have premonition of something to happen and we decided to avoid it, we simply join different hologram, which has been already firmly set. So in the end we are not changing the future, but just changing the hologram, similar to going to different theater and watching different play or movie.

This is also explained by other researchers and writers as parallel universes, where we jump between those universes when we change our paths. During dreams we can at will go between those universes and visit totally unrelated scenes in an instant. In addition our believe or expectation can change the direction of the dream in an blink of an eye. E.g if we become fearful of something, this instantly becomes reality of our dream. 

Parallel Universe
Parallel Universe


Others believe that future is in constant process of crystallizing, but being fluid. Hawaiian kahunas believe that great world events are crystallizing furthest in advance as there are more minds believing in their fulfillment, thus the energy contributed to crystallize is much greater than the one which only matters for the individual life.

If we assume that our reality is simply unlimited number of holograms or parallel universes we could imagine it as a spider web, where we are moving from the center towards the outer parts of it and instead of going through one thread, we are simply jumping from one to another when we make singinficant change in our perception and create zig-zag line behind us which we could call our life's path.

Based on this assumption our life's path still will have its end as it had its beginning, but it could be more original or unpredictable if we had listened to our inner voice and have made choices which would allow us to avoid some hard lessons or painful experiences.

Possibly there is an answer to all those questions in concept called

It is called phenomenon because it doesn't fit any of the scientific explanations and defies all current physical laws and theories including Einstein relativity theory that nothing can be faster than light. 

If you investigate that phenomenon you will learn that two subatomic particles positions are synchronized instantly at the distance when one of them is repositioned. 

This would imply that entire Universe is interconnected and there is no such properties like dimension or time

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