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September-October 2012 (Vol. 8, No. 5)
Notable & Quotable: Will There Be a “Quantum Awakening” in December, 2012?
Think not to the immediate problems, but realize that thoughtfulness appeals to those who have obviously done the work on themselves—and have not needed to feel any sense of pain or remorse over their missions of service across many lifetimes.
All that we ask is for a focused determination on the goals at hand. For this will alleviate those concerns one may have about the nature of existence more quickly than anything else we can offer.
Live clearly, knowing that the path of a million stars shines overhead.
This is the way, the truth and the life. It is a knowingness of infinite mortality—and, all at once, infinite life […]
Open the doors. You will find a world of wonder is waiting there for you.
This is about reclaiming your spiritual destiny. Knowing it, believing it, and living in it, moment by moment.
All that we ask is that you take a few moments each day to remind yourself of the limitless potential that you already possess.
Think not of the immediate hurdles you may appear to be facing within your illusion.
Look to the future. Look to the glory. Look to the knowingness that all is well, and that life is abundant, and that freedom is everlasting.
This is the path. This is the choice. This is the destiny of those who would want to serve others, and to honor themselves in the process.
Source: David Wilcock. Read the full metaphysical “reading,” which is very timely indeed, at http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1078-2012shift.
FEATURED IN THE SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2012 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY
1. “Time-space & the Etheric Template Body: Formative Causation & Morphic Fields Rebooted,” by Brendan D. Murphy
2. “The Power of Transcendence: Biology & the Fifth Brain,” by Mary Desaulniers
3. “Uncovering the Ancient Science of Sacred Spaces,” by Richard Merrick
4. “Specific Health Frequencies Shown to Repair DNA,” by Danica Collins
Featured Video … Why in the World Are They Spraying? (Full-length Documentary)
1. Time-space & the Etheric Template Body: Formative Causation & Morphic Fields Rebooted
Brendan D. Murphy
Many readers will be familiar with British biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s hypothesis of formative causation and the idea of “morphic fields.” In this essay, I will elaborate on these ideas and relate them not only to a reciprocal model of space-time, but also to occult concepts based on information obtained “paranormally,” that is, through senses beyond the five physical senses we know so much more about. These senses allow certain people to make direct observations of “hyper-energies,” or energies from what we can think of as parallel universes or higher dimensions.
Formative Causation & Morphic Fields
The hypothesis of formative causation sees the inheritance of not just genetics, but physical form and mental and behavioral patterns as well, in terms of the inheritance of organizing fields possessing a form of built-in “memory.”
Humans inherit not just genetic elements from our parents, but also habits of development and behavior from past members of our own species as well as our ancestral species.
Sheldrake refers to these organizing fields as morphic fields—a more general and inclusive phrase than the more specialized “morphogenetic field” (relating specifically to fields modulating genetic expression).
The process by which what we view as the past influences the present through morphic fields is referred to as morphic resonance. This process involves the transmission of formative causal influences in a spatially and temporally nonlocal fashion, such that morphic fields possess a cumulative “memory.”
In other words, morphic fields can influence themselves and each other over any spatial distance or any length of time, suggesting that the past does not merely recede into our memories, but remains present in some causal capacity, where it can influence present activity.
This suggests a three-dimensional (holographic) view of time, rather than a one-dimensional “flow” or “arrow” of time in which the past fades into nothing and the future likewise has no real existence.
A Link to the Etheric
While Sheldrake’s model undermines the very foundations of the mechano-materialist worldview from which all traces of teleology have been banished, it is certainly not without support.
In fact, the mechano-materialist view of the universe as a closed system has been discredited by empirical investigation into diverse areas including diagnostic medicine, parapsychology, afterlife research, physics, free energy research, and alternative healing modalities.
In short, observable facts demand a worldview similar to that postulated by Sheldrake.
Retired theoretical physicist and self-styled “quantum activist” Amit Goswami has also observed that “living organisms display ‘program-like’ behavior giving away their secret—that they have another body that consists of the feelings behind the programs that living organisms are capable of running.” This other “body” Goswami believes is the “vital” or etheric body written about for centuries by seers and occultists.
Russian author, scientist and developer of the Gas Discharge Visualisation (GDV) diagnostic technique Konstantin Korotkov agrees, stating that the existence of this hidden “program” makes an organism on the verge of embryogenesis “run through” all previous stages of development of the species to which the organism belongs. For instance, we all pass through a stage of embryonic development in the womb in which we have gill slits.
Sheldrake has carefully articulated the need to postulate invisible programs guiding morphogenesis/form-making based partly on the fact that our genes do not have the instructions for morphogenesis built into them. The Human Genome Project found our genome to consist of a mere 23,688 genes: almost 100,000 short of the expected number.
Not only is roughly 96-99% of our DNA not involved in the protein-coding activities that build our physical bodies, but those genetic elements that are involved in that task only code for the construction of just over twenty proteins—and they do not contain the assembly plan for arranging those materials into a coherent form.
DNA simply does not contain all the information required to build an organism, let alone maintain it! Thus the notion of “genetic programs” within genes is be misleading, and DNA primacy is revealed as another materialist illusion.
Something else, some kind of formative influence must be present, a field of influence that just may be observable given the correct apparatus—an “etheric body” perhaps. The etheric body constitutes one particular kind of morphic field occupying its own particular frequency domain close to the physical realm.
According to researcher and writer Tom Montalk, processes that seem mechanical and predictable on a large scale have their origins in quantum jumps that are neither predictable by physical science nor controllable by purely physical means. The etheric body is the “extra factor … that biases these quantum jumps at the small scale to offset the forces of entropy at the large scale.”
The etheric body is “an energy template that biases the probability of acausal biological events to produce ordered and intelligent life.” This formative field is made of what the Hindus have known for millennia as prana (Sanskrit), and what the Chinese call Chi/Qi. In much occult literature, particularly theosophy, the etheric body is referred to as the etheric double, a duplicate of the physical body in every way, though existing in a higher frequency domain invisible to normal human vision.
Like Sheldrake’s morphic fields, the etheric body operates probabilistically rather than deterministically and mechanically. If the etheric realm is a “mirror” (inverted/reciprocal) counterpart of ours, where time “runs backwards” in some sense, then it would act as another influence biasing probability by “pulling” on the physical from what we think of as the future.
Likewise, Sheldrake grants the possibility of this “backwards through time” dynamic for morphic fields, even though they simultaneously become increasingly “conditioned” by the “past” with each moment, becoming temporally self-similar (nonlocally through time).
Paradoxically, morphic fields behave as if goal-directed, seemingly being pulled on from the “future,” and simultaneously influenced by the accumulated “momentum” of their own species’ history, along with their own individual history.
The habitual operations of morphic fields for physical organisms have an etheric basis because repeated behaviors set up a type of momentum in the etheric plane that biases probability towards continuation of that behavior. In Sheldrake’s model, “[m]orphic fields are shaped and stabilized by morphic resonance from previous similar morphic units, which were under the influence of fields of the same kind. They consequently contain a kind of cumulative memory and tend to become increasingly habitual.”
If these “subtle fields” are torsion fields—non-electromagnetic forces operating in the zero point field/aetheric medium—this program-like habitual behavior is perhaps understandable, since torsion fields are theorized to be highly stable.
In fact, the more general term “scalar field” is often used in place of what might more appropriately be referred to as etheric fields. By definition, a scalar has magnitude but no direction (hence the zero point field is also referred to as a field of scalar potential).
“Scalar” is sometimes used in a generic sense to refer to fields that are not electromagnetically detectable—which originate from “outside” our space-time reference frame, but can still produce effects within it.
Through the Eyes of a Seer
The notion that etheric fields lie behind the morphogenesis of physical organisms is gaining popularity and scientific plausibility, if only because modern technology allows us to photograph electromagnetic effects created by these fields. Author and researcher Jay Alfred has written of the role played by the etheric body or “bioplasma” field:
There is mutual affinity between the bioplasma and physical-biomolecular bodies … [T]he bioplasma fetus wraps around the physical-biomolecular embryo while undergoing an accelerated morphogenesis (relative to the physical-biomolecular embryo). The physical-biomolecular body therefore is cued by the [etheric] bioplasma body which acts [as] an electronic matrix and a time-resolved hologram that guides its development.
To Alfred, biological evolution could not have occurred on Earth without the aid of subtle bioplasma bodies interacting with biochemical fields via weak electromagnetic (EM) fields. It is their interaction with (and/or creation of) electromagnetic fields that allows us to photograph “subtle bioplasma bodies” with specially designed equipment.
Having identified the importance of the plasma-like etheric morphic field in morphogenesis, we have solved only part of the mystery. This scenario begs the question of the origins of etheric fields—and this is where we are forced to dive deep into the proverbial rabbit hole in search of answers.
Occultists and seers have brought a great deal of insight to us over the years regarding the multidimensional nature of humans and our universe—insight that has been overwhelmingly shunned by a scientific community addicted to a reductionist epistemology and an ontology vigorously opposed to seeing a conscious and living universe for what it is.
The work of Barbara Brennan, a former atmospheric physicist who now writes and works as a clairvoyant healer, is of particular relevance to the concept of morphic fields, and takes the theoretical work done by scientists like Sheldrake into realms obscure to almost all other scientists (who may not have developed the necessary psi faculties to access them).
Based on her direct clairvoyant observations, Brennan offers a map of the human being that includes (in ascending order) a physical body, etheric body, emotional body, mental body, etheric template body, astral body, celestial body, and causal body (plus two more beyond this that we need not concern ourselves with here).
Notice the presence of an “etheric template body” which is “higher” in the scheme of things than the etheric double of which we have spoken thus far. Brennan’s is the only schema I have seen which includes a higher-dimensional template for the lower-dimensional etheric body, which appears to be part of our space-time reference frame and is generally considered to be “physical” in nature, though of a subtler (harder to perceive) physicality than ordinary matter.
What is the nature of this etheric template body? Brennan states that this is the blueprint of the perfect form for the etheric field to take. She compares its appearance to a photographic negative; this toroid torsion field consists of a matrix of transparent lines (in the 3D form of a human body) on a cobalt-blue background of “solid space,” similar to an architect’s blueprint.
Brennan describes the process that creates this form as the result of an infinite number of planes coming from all directions and filling in all space except for a spherical area which is left empty. This empty sphere is a negative space in which the etheric field/double can exist and which then forms the grid structure that guides physical morphogenesis.
This scenario of (morphic) fields nested within fields is exactly what Sheldrake’s theory of formative causation predicts. Every single “body” listed by Brennan (and other clairvoyants) is a particular kind of morphic field which facilitates and influences particular aspects of human expression (physical, emotional, mental, etc.).
Austrian philosopher, architect and esotericist Rudolf Steiner—a man gifted with his own considerable powers of clairvoyance—explained in An Outline of Occult Science (1909) that to “supersensible” (psychic) perception, the presence of, for example, a stone in the “spirit world,” would be indicated by a kind of cavity, an apparent absence of form or negative space, much as described by Brennan: “Around this cavity, however, the force is visible that gives form to the stone.”
It appears that Steiner may also have been tuning in to what Brennan refers to as the etheric template level, a reciprocal reality that is a kind of inversion of our own. Objects Steiner viewed here appeared as the antithesis of the form they possessed in the physical world—not unlike the negative of a photograph as compared to the developed image (the analogy Brennan employs).
Sounds Like Time-Space
The “inverted” plane of reality occupied by the etheric template body, as described by Brennan and Steiner, sounds like what systems theorist Dewey Larson called time-space (as opposed to space-time).
In Larson’s Reciprocal System theory, which he began developing in 1959, our three-dimensional space-time is accompanied by a three-dimensional time-space realm (an “implicate order”), giving a six-dimensional reality system in which there is a flow of movement, force and energy between each realm.
Here, time-space can be seen as more fundamental than our space-time, and as actually “giving birth” to it. In this reciprocal time-space realm, any movement translates not as movement through space, but movement in a temporal frame (i.e., through time). Theoretically, if you can access this inverted realm, you could use your consciousness to “time-travel,” viewing past and future with ease.
As noted, Steiner referred to the other-dimensional “cavity” around objects as existing in the “spirit world.” Interestingly, Brennan’s clairvoyant investigations have revealed to her that, beyond the plane of the mental body, analysis of the upper four auric layers reveals the presence of beings without physical bodies—i.e., “spirits.” She states that these higher realms are experienced during sleep, but not remembered upon awakening.
Author and co-developer of the Regenetics Method of DNA activation Sol Luckman states exactly the same thing in his book Potentiate Your DNA, explaining that time-space realms are where we operate in our sleep. This was one of the conclusions reached by famed out-of-body explorer Robert Monroe and his team of researchers at the Monroe Institute in Faber, Virginia.
According to Monroe, each night during sleep, we access this “second state” and leave our bodies to operate on non-physical planes for a period of time. Monroe had a gift for doing this easily—at any time of the day—and in the course of his explorations he validated many of the major occult tenets regarding life after death, spirits, reincarnation, and so on.
Luckman views Larson’s model in the light of torsion physics, and adapts it to account for forms of sound-based healing such as his own technique, which uses a combination of chanted and mentally intoned vowel sounds as well as Solfeggio frequencies to stimulate mobile DNA elements into initiating healing processes in the physical body.
The reason for tying Luckman’s sound-based healing method and accompanying theoretical model into this discussion is this: Brennan explicitly states in Hands of Light that the etheric template plane of reality—in which reside all etheric template bodies (morphic fields) for all forms in our universe—is the realm in which sound creates matter.
She affirms that at this level using sound in healing is most effective (though in this realm, “sound” is not the same as we experience it here in space-time). Disruptions in the lower auric field must be corrected in the etheric template body in what we are referring to as time-space, in order for the physical body in space-time to resume normal functioning.
Similarly to Brennan, Luckman—who refers to time-space as the sound domain—writes that a “tried and true way to pursue genuine [healing and transformation] is to work with sound because sound is capable of accessing and changing the sound domain,” the realm in which the morphic/torsion field known as the etheric template body resides.
In Luckman’s modified Larsonian model, time-space, or the sound domain, is where “sonic torsion fields” weave the templates for our bioenergetic tapestry. Brennan’s visual renderings of the etheric template body existing in its own sound domain reveal a fundamentally toroidal morphology: in other words, a rotating and self-perpetuating standing torsion (scalar) field.
The biological mechanism through which Luckman discovered that sound could initiate transformation at what we are identifying as the etheric template level in time-space is our very DNA. Specific vowel sequences plus sound frequencies from the Solfeggio scale appear capable of effecting profound change at the most fundamental microbiological level.
Relatedly, it has been scientifically proved in controlled experiments that sound and light frequencies can be used to rewrite genetic codes, even to the extent that frog embryos can be transformed into salamander embryos, the resulting adults of which can even reproduce.
On a personal note, I am currently moving through the third stage (Elucidation) of the Regenetics Method—and I can state based on my own experience that this healing and transformation system seems to do exactly what Luckman proposes.
Returning to the point, it seems that DNA is an “interdimensional doorway” which can modulate sound here in our space-time into its time-space “sonic” equivalent to modify the etheric template body (which then alters the etheric double and physical body in space-time).
Since the etheric template body is itself derivative of and contained within the “higher” causal body template—which retains past-life thematic information, including energetic remnants of major wounds previously acquired in other lives—to heal specific maladies stemming from injury in a past life most likely requires accessing the causal body.
Appropriately, the fourth and final stage in the Regenetics Method—Transcension—appears to affect this level of our being, which Luckman (like some clairvoyants) calls the “spiritual subtle body.”
Depending on the schema you refer to, the causal plane is the highest up the dimensional scale we can go while remaining within a concept of “self” that we can understand as human. The causal plane represents a reservoir of all positive qualities accumulated over our many lifetimes.
Having shown what accounts for the morphogenesis of the physical body and its etheric doppelganger, we have merely moved the goal posts, so to speak.
The question of where the etheric template body and its own plane/dimension in time-space arise from rears up—and here we enter the territory of yogis, mystics, healers, and brave speculative scientists.
Sheldrake, as a biologist, turned to physicist David Bohm’s concepts of the implicate order, explicate order, and the fundamental ground behind them—a sort of dynamic hologram from which they both emerge termed the “holomovement.”
The implicate order is equivalent to Larson’s time-space from which the explicate order (space-time) unfolds. The implicate is characterized by a “nonlocal flavor,” an unbroken wholeness.
The concept of spatial orientation or distance here is meaningless, since according to Larson this realm operates through a temporal reference frame. Occultists tell us that in the implicate order one can travel anywhere instantly simply by using intention, which is exactly what thousands of near-death experiencers without backgrounds in esotericism also tell us.
The “holomovement,” the unitive ground underlying both of these reciprocal realities, is known by Yogis and other mystics as Brahman, the Absolute, “God,” and so on. In Bohm’s model, any event or entity from our relative world of form in space-time (explicate order) is “an abstraction from an unknown and undefinable totality of flowing movement.”
This fundamental ground is primary, self-existent, eternal, infinite, beginningless, and in a sense changeless—and “carries” within it both relative realities of time-space (implicate order) and manifest space-time (explicate order).
It is possible to experience this infinite holographic consciousness. My own non-dualistic mystical experiences seem to match reasonably well with Bohm’s concept of the holomovement. (They certainly do not match the time-space idea wherein sense reception and therefore subject-object awareness—duality—can still exist, albeit in modified form.)
To summarize, we now have a trinitarian holistic view of ourselves as well as the greater context of reality. Luckman provides a useful schema for visualizing this concept.
In the top tier of the figure to the right, we have primary non-dualistic consciousness (the Absolute, the Infinite, Brahman, God); in the second tier is Larson’s time-space or Bohm’s implicate order, where torsion fields operate in the sound domain to create light and matter in the explicate order, or light domain, of our space-time (third tier).
This model suggests a persistent dualism at each dimensional level of existence: behind every luminous subtle body’s “explicate” (manifest) matter is a torsion field or wave/frequency domain, in its own implicate order.
In other words, behind all light-based effects (particulate matter) that we see at any manifest level is a torsion field or implicate order in time-space—a wave domain—that is the more fundamental reality, in that it “codes” for manifest reality.
This is why physicists say that before observation a quantum can be in two (or many) places at once: its informational “quantum wave/wave function” in time-space is smeared out across multiple possibilities rather than being sharply focalized in one place like its particulate counterpart when observed.
For the sake of simplicity, it can be useful to group etheric, emotional/astral, etheric template (and so forth) levels all under the time-space banner. Even though technically the etheric double is part of our space-time reference frame, it can create time-reversed effects in physical systems (both biological and mechanical)—hence free energy (overunity) devices.
The Biological Doorway
Our DNA provides a two-way street between space-time and time-space, allowing alterations made in one domain to affect operations in the other. It is the bio-mechanism or antenna through which our morphic (torsion) fields interface with our physical bodies.
That DNA provides a biological mechanism for “engineering” time-space helps explain various forms of mind-matter interactions documented in parapsychology and psychical research, since both mind and matter emerge from a common ground of nonlocal consciousness and are both expressed by torsion forces at the most fundamental levels.
Sheldrake’s theory of formative causation is readily reconciled with both Larson’s Reciprocal System theory and theosophical perspectives. In discussion with Sheldrake, Bohm was able to harmoniously work morphic fields into his own tripartite model paralleling Larson’s, the latter of which Luckman has built on and adapted to provide the theoretical framework for the Regenetics Method.
In this article, we have linked sound-based healing, torsion physics and credible clairvoyant data to identify one particular morphic field’s role in morphogenesis, form maintenance, and possibly even Luckman’s revolutionary healing modality.
That morphic field—which is the template for the well-known etheric subtle body targeted by the first DNA activation in the Regenetics Method—is what Brennan identifies as the etheric template body occupying its own inverted sound-based time-space realm, or sonic torsion domain.
My speculation is that this field—which admittedly does not feature in Luckman’s compelling model—aside from being crucial for morphogenesis and form maintenance, probably informs the sound-based healing techniques employed in the Regenetics Method, as well as other modalities that specifically interface with DNA.
Copyright © 2012 Brendan D. Murphy. All Rights Reserved.
[Brendan D. Murphy is author of the forthcoming science-meets-metaphysics nonfiction work in two volumes, The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science and Spirituality, and contributing writer for several popular alternative magazines and websites including Nexus and New Dawn. While www.brendandmurphy.com is under construction, DNA Monthly readers are invited to visit “The Grand Illusion (TGI)” fan page on Facebook for articles, information, and free book excerpts: www.facebook.com/GrandIllusionBooksScienceSpiritualityConsciousness.]
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2. The Power of Transcendence: Biology & the Fifth Brain
As a youth, Joseph Chilton Pearce stunned his friends by doing the impossible: he held burning cigarettes against his hands and face without sustaining any physical signs of injury or trauma. During the entire episode, he experienced an intensity of feeling, but no pain.
Recalling the event in The Biology of Transcendence: A Blueprint of the Human Spirit, Pearce concludes that the ability of the mind to transcend matter is a biological imperative, sidetracked only by a culture of fear.
The Biology of the Fifth Brain
Pearce posits that humans, in our evolution, have developed four brains:
• The reptilian brain;
• The old mammalian brain;
• The neocortex; and
• The prefrontal cortex.
Now, science has discovered a fifth brain which, unlike the others, resides in the heart: “Neurocardiology, a new field of medical research, has discovered in our heart a major brain center that functions in dynamic with the fourfold brain in our head.”
It is this fifth brain that is thought to hold the ability to develop the power of transcendence.
The power of the heart is described as twofold. First, the circulation of the blood is accomplished by muscular factors like the contraction and expansion of blood vessels. Recent findings suggest that the pumping of the heart produces a vortex force that moves blood fluids through its chambers.
New magnetic imaging devices have produced well-defined images of the electromagnetic field of the heart in the shape of a torus. Since the torus is holographic, the heart literally becomes the center of the universe.
An individual centered within his or her heart torus, through heart meditation, for example, is in touch with every point in the universe. Such a person has access to universal fields of intelligence.
It is for this reason that Leonard Laskow considers the heart the source of all healing. In his experiments, Laskow has shown that healing with love is possible because intentional love reduces tumor growth by more than thirty percent.
The Power of the Negative
If humans are born with the biological imperative of the fifth brain, why are so many plagued with illness, fear and violence?
Pearce states that the reason lies in enculturation, the process by which culture and status quo reduce the inherent power of the child through fear. Parents, schools and society dispense what he calls the “power of the negative.”
“The enculturated mind is cued to respond to the negative as a point of focus,” writes Pearce, “which largely screens out or ignores a quiet stable base, and because it sharpens and maintains our alert awareness, we actually begin to look for the negative.”
Nurturing the New Mind
What effect does the power of the negative have on the new mind?
Pearce cites a fifty-year-old study that shows the connection between a child’s experience of parenting and his health profile in his senior years.
In the 1950s, two hundred male medical students at Harvard University were categorized into two groups: those who had positive parental experiences and those who did not.
Examining these men forty years later, researchers found that only twenty-five percent of those who received positive parenting had illnesses related to age; however, of those who experienced unsupportive parenting, eighty-nine percent had age-related illnesses.
The implication of this study is that emotional deprivation in childhood can predispose an individual to loneliness, isolation and disease. Negative parenting cuts off any possibility of activating the fifth brain.
Indeed, the fate of the new mind rests on the “resurrection of Eve,” the return to conscious parenting, by which parents take intentional and necessary steps to activate their children’s innate power.
Pearce credits his amazing youthful feat to a genuine acceptance of death which resulted in an “unconflicted” mindset that transcended ordinary consciousness.
Fear throws one into an “ancient survival mentality” that shuts down the higher neural cadences of evolutionary awareness.
Copyright © 2012 Mary Desaulniers. All Rights Reserved.
[Mary Desaulniers is a retired teacher whose passions are writing and running. She has been pursuing both for over thirty years and sees both as avenues to self-knowledge and balance. She has published articles and stories in Grain, Nineteenth Century Literature, The London Magazine, and various online publications. She has a Ph.D. in Nineteenth Century English Literature and has published a book on Thomas Carlyle with McGill-Queen’s University Press. Her most recent publication is Dear Sebastian: Reclaiming the Power of Metaphor (2009). Currently, she is a writer at www.suite101.com/mary-desaulniers.]
3. Uncovering the Ancient Science of Sacred Spaces
In ancient times, astronomers tracked the orbit of Venus closely, discovering that it traced a pentagonal rose pattern in the sky over eight years (Fig. 1). Caused by a planetary resonance where Venus orbits the Sun thirteen times for every eight orbits of the Earth, this rose-line, or “rosslyn,” pentacle was greatly revered in the mystery schools. It was even used as a blueprint to design the “sacred spaces” of many famous chapels, cathedrals and temples.
As I came to discover, a sacred space is far more than just a matter of religious belief. It is a special kind of resonant chamber designed to enhance entheogenic communion and focus psychedelic visions. Suppressed long ago by the Roman Church, this was once the real purpose of ancient temples and many medieval cathedrals.
Resonant Symbols of Venus
In 2006 I saw a press release announcing that the resonance patterns of a song had been carved into the arches of Scotland’s 15th-century Rosslyn chapel. Curious as to why resonant patterns would be carved into the architecture of a medieval structure, I began to study the chapel. It was not long before I began to suspect that Rosslyn had been built to honor Venus and its resonant rose-line.
The most obvious clues were the thirteen cherubs and eight dragons carved into the easternmost pillars, suggestive of the 13:8 Venus-Earth orbital resonance. This connection made sense since the ancient Greeks and Romans considered cherubs the children of Venus, while serpent-dragons were also associated with the Venusian goddess Shukra in the Rig-Veda.
The discovery in 2010 of two manmade beehives carved into the chapel’s roof seemed to confirm this connection between Rosslyn and Venus, as bees are an ancient fertility symbol for Venus.
Yet, there were more clues that connected Rosslyn with Venus. Pentagrams carved underneath the cherubs suggest the pentagonal rose pattern of Venus, whereas each cherub is shown playing a musical instrument: an obvious reference to the goddess of music. This musical symbolism extends even into the proportions and acoustics of the chapel’s architecture.
For instance, the inner dimensions of the chapel form a double square measuring 36 by 72 feet with a diagonal distance of 80.5 feet that is proportional to the square root of five. Since the famous golden ratio constant is derived from the square root of five and every orbital intersection of the Venus rose-line creates a golden ratio, the chapel seems built to harmonize with Venus.
Add to this the fact that the choir loft height of 44.5 feet forms another golden ratio to the total interior length (as 72’/44.5 = 1.618) and it seems hard not to conclude the Lady Chapel was built as a temple to Venus.
Acoustically speaking, these dimensions make Rosslyn chapel a natural resonance chamber that propagates sound evenly while suppressing reverb and echo. It does this because of the damping effect of the golden ratio, long used in the design of “anechoic” musical instruments, auditoriums, recording studios and speaker enclosures.
As an ideal acoustical damping enclosure, Rosslyn reflects the same damping effect Venus had on Earth during the harmonic formation of the solar system.
The Venus Blueprint
The presence of so many Venusian symbols would seem enough to qualify Rosslyn chapel as a sacred space. Cherubs, dragons, bees, pentagrams, the golden ratio and acoustical damping all point to Venus as the source of inspiration in the design.
Yet, as I dug deeper, I found that the chapel was, in fact, part of a more complex, multi-layered “sacred” geometry corresponding to the human body and fertility.
For example, when the square of the chapel’s overall length is combined with a circle having the same area, Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man fits perfectly within the chapel’s floor plan.
His navel aligns with the east wall; his face fits inside an underground room; and the famous Journeyman or “Shekinah” pillar aligns with his perineum to create an obvious phallic fertility symbol directly in front of the holy of holies altar.
Since Leonardo was still a baby when Rosslyn was being built, the chapel’s designers must have learned about the “squaring of the circle” and human-proportioned architecture from Vitruvius’ original treatise De Architectura (Fig. 2).
But this is not all. When the triangular façade is laid inward, the tip touches the exact center of the Shekinah pillar. Indeed, a scale model of the Great Pyramid can be unfolded around this central fertility pillar to create the well-known Knights Templar symbol.
Could all of this be part of the secret art and architecture of sacred acoustical spaces, I wondered, passed down from antiquity through some esoteric current? The more I looked, the more sacred geometries I found.
Still, I had no idea where this practice had originated or why it would be so important to create such geometrically and acoustically harmonious chambers for religious worship. That is, until I saw a mysterious etching on the south wall of the chapel’s underground sacristy (Fig. 3).
Resembling an oil derrick or electrical tower, the Rosslyn etching has diagonal struts and a flat top with a semicircle funnel or “cup” sitting on top. Through the middle of the tower runs an axis with two wavy lines wrapped around the top like the serpents in a medical caduceus. Finally, as an apparent reference to the orbital geometry of Venus, there is a pentagram star at the top left.
After pouring through various ancient texts to see if anything looked similar, I found a Jainist illustration of a tower modeled after an ancient sacred mountain named Meru. I learned this mountain tower was a Vedic stupa design used in many temples and government buildings.
Studying the Rig-Veda, I learned that Meru was not considered a physical mountain at all, but instead was believed to be an invisible and transcendental mountain that extended from the deepest ocean into the furthest sky—a heavenly place where the gods danced and sang.
Of course, this is an obvious anthropomorphization of the planets and stars into deities, but it is also much more than this.
According to Vedic grammarian Pingala in his Art of Prosody (400-200 B.C.), Meru was considered a “mountain of cadence” known today as the Fibonacci series.
Since this series converges toward the golden ratio, both Meru and Venus share this constant of nature. Discovering this, I began to wonder if the orbital geometry of Venus might have been used to design Rosslyn as a re-creation of the sacred mountain and temple to Venus.
I overlaid the orbital geometry of Venus onto the chapel floor plan to see if anything aligned. Drawing a square grid from the orbital intersection points, I was stunned to see the orbital rose-line of Venus align with many features and dimensions of Rosslyn chapel.
Converting the rose-line into a stack of pentagrams, I could identify even more alignments with the floor plan, including length and width dimensions, locations of pillars, placement of doors and even thickness of walls (Fig. 4).
Surrounding the whole thing with the geometry of an egg, associated with Venus and commonly used in Vedic temple design, I found that the star-egg combination fit perfectly in the chapel.
Naming it the “Venus Blueprint,” I hypothesized it was used as a “temple template” to design sacred spaces that would resonate in tune with the 5-fold geometry of the human body and, in particular, the pentagonal egg of the cranial cavity.
But toward what purpose would someone go to such trouble? What would be so sacred about this particular design?
Discovering the Venus Blueprint in the floor plan of Rosslyn chapel encouraged me to look for it in the floor plans of other churches, cathedrals and temples. To my astonishment, I found that many other European cathedrals do indeed use the same interior proportions and many famous temples from antiquity even match the Venus Blueprint.
St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican appeared to be based on this design, as did the Roman Pantheon and Greek Parthenon. Even Solomon’s legendary Temple of Jerusalem seemed to have been constructed according to the Blueprint.
In finding so many examples, I could only conclude that the orbital resonance of Venus had been the guiding model behind ancient temple building for millennia and Rosslyn was a kind of Rosetta Stone built to teach the world about the Vedic concept known as the Sound Current that flows through everything.
It teaches how the pentagonal resonance of Venus was used in ancient temples to ask the goddess to fertilize crops and assist in childbirth. It tells us how she was adored for her celestial fertility and assistance in ascending Meru after death.
But most of all, the Lady Chapel teaches us through her musical architecture about spiritual freedom and how to liberate the mind.
In examining the acoustical properties of the chapel, I calculated that at a room temperature of 20°C, the chapel’s prime resonant frequency is 27 hertz with a wavelength equal to the 72-foot interior length of the chapel.
This means that the chapel is naturally tuned to A-422.25: a tuning known as “classical tuning,” used as the standard reference pitch during the 18th Century.
This is significant because it happens to be a very natural tuning that can help synchronize the human mind with the Earth and all of nature.
Twenty-seven hertz is about equal to the fourth harmonic of the Schumann resonance of the Earth’s ionosphere—the very frequency where the human brain switches from Beta wakefulness to heightened Gamma awareness.
Brain wave frequencies above 27 hertz create the highest state of focus possible. The Gamma range is associated with peak concentration, enhanced memory, an increased perception of reality and even euphoria. The higher the frequency the greater is the cognitive ability.
There is also evidence that Rosslyn was heated during funerary rites to raise its tuning well above A-422.25, elevating human consciousness even more. Describing this practice is an old Scottish legend preserved in a poem by Sir Walter Scott entitled “The Lay of the Last Minstrel.” Scott tells how the chapel was seen engulfed in flames during the funerals of the Sinclair Barons whose family built Rosslyn chapel.
O’er Roslin all that dreary night,
A wonderous blaze was seen to gleam;
Twas broader than the watch-fire’s light,
And redder than the bright moon-beam.
Seem’d all on fire within, around,
Deep sacristy and altar’s pale;
Shone every pillar foliage-bound,
And glimmer’d all the dead men’s mail.
... Then sudden, through the darken’d air
A flash of lightning came;
So broad, so bright, so red the glare,
The castle seem’d on flame.
... And fill’d the hall with smouldering smoke.
Not coincidentally, the temperature required to gestate a beehive is 33.72°C (equal to 93.7°F): the very same temperature required to raise the tuning of Rosslyn up to A-432, or what is known as “universal tuning.”
At this hive temperature, singing the right chant and music could push the brain further into the Gamma range, perhaps even inducing what is known as “unity of consciousness.”
The beehives in the chapel’s roof, the symbolic children of Venus, may have been used as a kind tuning fork to measure the temperature and frequency needed to reunify human consciousness, fertilize the spirit and perhaps “hatch” a soul during funerary rites.
It appears the Venus Blueprint not only creates a wonderful anechoic acoustical space to cleanly propagate speech and music, but also a psychoacoustical space capable of triggering elevated states of consciousness.
Digging deeper into the history of temple rituals, I uncovered yet another clue that seemed to explain why such psychoacoustical effects were so important to temple builders. It had to do with the long tradition of consuming communal wine and bread in remembrance of various plant deities known as “Green Men.”
In Rosslyn chapel, there are over one hundred such Green Men carved into the architecture, symbolizing the importance of communion in temple ritual.
In the Rig-Veda, the Green Man was the moon god Soma associated with a communal wine of the same name.
Researchers such as R. Gordon Wasson make a convincing case that Soma contained psychedelic Amanita muscaria, or “magic” mushrooms. There are many instances throughout the Vedas ascribing great powers to Soma and its ability to induce religious visions.
Oh, King Soma, prolong our lives
Like the sun who nourishes the days every morning.
The Soma is full of intelligence.
It inspires man with enthusiasm.
It makes the poets sing.
We have drunk the Soma: we have come to be immortal, we have arrived at the Light, we have reached the Gods.
Half of me is in the skies, and the other extends to the low depths.
Have I drunk Soma? I am tall to the utmost, my elevation reaches the clouds Have I drunk Soma? (Rig-Veda 8.48)
This is not an isolated instance. Use of psychedelic, or entheogenic, plants was common in many other cultures as well. This includes the Greek Eleusinian and Dionysian mystery schools, the Roman Bacchanalia and even the ancient Etruscans, who practiced entheogenic communion on what is now Vatican Hill.
Persians would ingest psychedelic Syrian Rue seeds used to dye “magic carpets,” while Egyptians ate manna cakes made with psychotropic plants, such as “blue lotus,” Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms or perhaps DMT-rich acacia, the Egyptian Tree of Life.
According to psychology professor Benny Shanon at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, entheogenic communion was also central to the Hebrew temple tradition. The head priest would take a communion in the holy of holies on Yom Kippur that consisted of entheogenic wine and manna.
Indeed, Shanon attributes many of the visions and miracles of the Bible to the ingestion of psychoactive plants. He suggests entheogenic communion was a central part of the Essene mystery school, later to be replaced by ordinary wine and bread in the Roman Church to ensure religious visions remained exclusive to the priestly class (the Holy See).
In Rosslyn chapel, the many carvings of Green Men with leafy vines growing out of their mouths suggest this same connection through the Essene mystery school back to the ancient Hebrew communion ritual.
It would not be a surprise to learn that such communion was even practiced in Rosslyn chapel, perhaps offered as a “consolamentum” to dying barons or taken on auspicious occasions.
The true purpose of Vedic temple building was now becoming clear. When combined with entheogenic communion, temples were designed to help propel one’s consciousness into the sky in order to reach the heavenly summit of Mount Meru.
Known as enlightenment or ascension, this occurred when one consumed the sacred plant known as the “Savior,” “Redeemer,” “Liberator” and “Anointed One.” Through such psychedelic visions, one might “see the light” and be “born again.”
To help focus and control these visions, first caves and then stone temples were constructed using the Venus Blueprint to help resonate the brain into the Gamma range of frequencies. Known as the “House of the Star” in Canaan and “Place of Intoxication” in Egypt, such temples were likely built according to the Blueprint to fertilize the mind inside the “variegated womb” of Venus.
Here the Savior plant could be eaten and reborn into the mind of the worshiper, who could attain “Christ [King] consciousness” and rise to the summit of Mount Meru to meet the goddess or other spirit who would impart prophetic visions and great wisdom. This is the true religion of the world and unspoken source of prophecy behind countless tales of journeys into the underworld to meet the gods and goddesses.
The two together—the plant god and temple goddess—represented the celestial congress of the Sun and Venus inside the mind. As I came to understand, this metaphysical union was a kind of reenactment of the rare conjunction of Venus with the Sun known as the Transit of Venus.
The Vedic Saivite glosses actually describe this conjunction as the Venusian goddess Shukra being swallowed up by the Sun and later spit out as semen.
Indeed, the Sanskrit word Shukra literally means semen. It was the Shukra seed of the Sun that was believed to be born from Vena’s resonant womb into the waters of the Earth to create life: “This Vena impels them who are in the womb of the variegated one; the membrane of light measures out the sky. At the contact of the waters and the sun the wise kiss him as an infant.” (Rig-Veda 10.123)
Celestial fertilization of the mind was the real purpose of the temple. Consumption of entheogenic wine and manna symbolized the “virgin birth” of the Sun’s son (the plant sacrament) inside the temple of the mind.
In this way, the orbital geometry of Venus provided not only the blueprint for the sacred space of the temple, but also a blueprint for the ritual of ascension known as Holy Communion.
The Venus Transit
Coming in pairs only once a century, the last two Venus Transits occurred in 2004 and on June 5-6, 2012. With Venus appearing as a black dot as it travels across the face of the Sun, the transit was known in ancient times as the circumpunct, Eye of Ra and Birth of Venus. As the ultimate symbol of celestial fertility, the planet Venus was worshipped in the form of many different goddesses from Isis and Ishtar to Aphrodite and Asherah.
In ancient times, the celestial fertilization of Venus during the transit would have been celebrated in Sumerian, Babylonian, Akkadian and Assyrian temples (called ziggurats) using entheogenic communion and resonant chant.
In many cases, sexual intercourse would have been part of the temple rite, representing simultaneous fertilization of the mind, body and spirit. This would have been the deepest meaning of the ancient philosophy “as above, so below.”
In Rosslyn chapel, the Hebrew goddess of Venus named Asherah is represented by the Shekinah pillar. As the harmonic center and point of fertility in the chapel’s floor plan, we might say the Hebrew god Yahweh symbolically inseminates the Lady Chapel here.
Yet there is more to it than mere symbolism. There is a very real geometrical correspondence to the actual transit path of Venus across the Sun in 2012 (Fig. 5).
Overlaying the Venus Blueprint onto the actual transit paths, Venus can be seen to align with the bottom two points of the pentagram during the 2004 crossing—then, with a 90-degree turn, pass right through the middle of the Rosslyn floor plan in 2012, reaching the midpoint of its solar crossing precisely at the Shekinah pillar.
Symbolically, this path represents a kind of birth canal for Venus, gestating inside the choir’s resonant womb for a while before being born out the rear of the chapel.
With the chapel oriented east-to-west and the Shekinah pillar facing the dawn, the Sun and Venus actually follow an east-to-west path through the sky even as Venus appears to follow the same path across the face of the Sun.
As perhaps one of the most profound convergences of planetary harmony, temple design and religious ritual, Rosslyn is a stone map for the 2012 Venus Transit. As the fifth transit pair since Rosslyn was built, Venus joined with the Sun in June to deliver a new Sun.
The question, of course, is how could Rosslyn’s 15th-century designers have known about the geometric alignment between the transit and the chapel’s floor plan? How could they have predicted such an alignment in their design?
The truth is they probably knew none of this and did not need to. They simply built their temple according to the Venus Blueprint and everything else just fell into place.
In the end, I became convinced that Rosslyn chapel and many other temples had been designed using the Venus Blueprint. I believe this was done to focus and control the effect of psychedelic plants while using psychoacoustics to resonate the brain up into elevated Gamma frequencies.
Combining sacred plants with sacred spaces, our ancestors were nothing less than spiritual psychonauts. Using an advanced technology of brain resonance (resonating inside-out with entheogens and outside-in using psychoacoustics), they were able to access nonphysical realities by methodically altering and controlling states of mind.
Once people were baptized with the sacred waters, the temple became a transceiver and spiritual launch pad to guide them into the realm of the gods. Used in funerary rites, this same technology was employed to invoke Venus to guide the dearly departed into the afterlife where they might be reborn to the heavenly summit of Meru. (Fig. 6).
In this way, ancient worshipers were enlightened by the Venusian goddess and “born again” through the Green Man’s “body and blood.” Here was the real savior of humanity: a veritable blueprint for spiritual fertility that inspired vast temple complexes, great cities and proud civilizations.
Here was the secret temple template for sacred spaces that guided humanity toward the development of music, science and mathematics, only to be discarded in the rush for political control. This is the forgotten story of the Venus Blueprint and its founding role in the rise of humanity.
Copyright © 2012 Richard Merrick. All Rights Reserved.
[Richard Merrick is the founder and former CEO of Postfuture, a pioneering, rich-media communications provider based in Dallas, Texas, and an expert in digital media and the Internet. He is the author of Interference: A Grand Scientific Musical Theory and The Venus Blueprint: Uncovering the Ancient Science of Sacred Spaces, on which the above article is based. For more information visit www.facebook.com/TheVenusBlueprint and www.interferencetheory.com.]
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4. Specific Health Frequency Shown to Repair DNA
Did you know that simply listening to a single musical note that vibrates at 528 hertz has been shown to repair your DNA?
All music that we’re familiar with consists of notes from the 12-Tone Equal Temperament Scale. Each individual note has vibrational limits.
However, there is an ancient 6-tone scale of electromagnetic frequencies called the original Solfeggio Scale. This scale, which was lost for centuries and was recently rediscovered, accidentally, by Dr. Joseph Puleo, is said to hold unlimited potential in healing and personal transformation.
One of the notes on the Solfeggio Scale, particularly the one that vibrates at 528 hertz, has been used by biochemists to repair human DNA.
The frequency of 528 hertz appears to influence the water molecules that surround the DNA helix, thereby bringing about healing effects in DNA.
DNA Healing Effects of 528 Hertz
Perhaps the leading proponent of the miraculous healing power of the 528-hertz Solfeggio note is Leonard Horowitz, author of fifteen health science books and Harvard graduated public health expert.
According to Dr. Horowitz, all healing occurs from sonic waves or vibrations, specific frequencies of sound, resonating throughout the universe.
He claims that human cells use DNA, like radios use antennae, to receive these vibrations and attune the body’s rhythm to that of the cosmos. He refers to the 528-hertz Solfeggio note (“Mi”) as “the frequency of love” which, in addition to providing health benefits, opens the portals to spiritual transformation.
This is echoed by Candice Pert, Ph.D., who states that energy and vibration go all the way to the molecular level. Dr. Pert further states that we have seventy different receptors on our molecules—and when a frequency reaches that far, our molecules begin to vibrate.
This vibration, which happens at the cellular level, opens chromosomes and exposes DNA to the frequencies.
Experiments involving in vitro DNA exposed to different recordings of musical styles have been performed by Glen Rein of the Quantum Biology Research Lab in New York.
Four styles of music for health, including Gregorian chants that use the Solfeggio scale, were converted to scalar audio waves and played via a CD player to test tubes containing in vitro DNA.
The effects of the music were determined by measuring the DNA test tube samples’ absorption of UV light after an hour of exposure to the music.
The absorption of UV light is regarded as a significant effect on DNA because when the DNA helix unwinds, it allows such absorption.
The results of Dr. Rein’s experiments showed that the Gregorian chants caused a significant increase in the absorption of UV light versus rock music, which had little or no effect.
It was concluded that the sound waves of the Solfeggio scale can cause resonance in DNA and can, indeed, have profound healing effects.
Copyright © 2012 Danica Collins. All Rights Reserved.
[Danica Collins is a natural health specialist and managing editor of the Underground Health Reporter. She is also spokesperson for Think-Outside-the-Book Publishing and publisher of The One-Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases. Danica reports twice a week to readers, bringing them the most popular health news on the market, new cutting-edge, anti-aging technologies, and some of the best-kept health secrets in the world. For more information visit www.undergroundhealthreporter.com.]
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