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Electric You, Electric Universe

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We are taught about solids, liquids and gasses, but not taught about the additional two states of matter, plasma and aether. Adding these two additional states to our cosmology results in an understanding that we are electrical beings in a connected, electrical universe. This video builds on the information introduced in my Plasma slideshow

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Electric You, Electric Universe

  1. 1. Electric Plasma in theUniverse: You, Electric Educational Context The New Cosmology Eileen McKusick January 2013
  2. 2. A lecture and discussion with Eileen McKusick, MA at the Jungian Center, Waterbury VT January 26, 2013
  3. 3. What is Cosmology? Cosmology is the study of the Universe in its totality, and by extension, humanity's place in it
  4. 4. Different Kinds of Cosmology • Philosophical Cosmology • Metaphysical Cosmology • Religious Cosmology • Physical Cosmology
  5. 5. Why does cosmology matter? • Our assumptions about the nature of reality and the Universe inform all of the sciences – each and every human discipline is influenced by our governing cosmology • It sets the stage that the human drama is played out on
  6. 6. Our Current Physical Cosmology Big Bang Theory
  7. 7. Modern Cosmology • Cosmology now defined by mathematicians in incomprehensible formulas • No cosmology education or stories • Can you find your place in this equation?
  8. 8. Our Current Newtonian/Cartesian Philosophical Cosmology • Billiard Ball/Clockwork/Mechanistic Universe that is winding down • Mind is separate from body, man is separate from nature, god, each other • Discrete particles exist, everything is chemical/mechanical • Individuals existing in vacuum • Self sufficient individuals in competition with each other for limited resources and wealth • Values empiricism, objectivism
  9. 9. Changing views over time • Cosmologies throughout the ages have gone back and forth between an infinite and finite universe • Big bang theory was proposed by Augustine thousands of years ago • Finite universes tend to be in fashion when it seems the world is winding down • Infinite universes tend to be in fashion when the world is teeming with possibilities
  10. 10. Our cosmology is changing • Electric Universe Theory and other challenges to Big Bang Theory • The growing awareness of the body and the universe as electric: an “organism” instead of a “machine” • “All is one” – growing sense of unity consciousness • What are the connective forces of this unity?
  11. 11. Aether : The Hidden Dimension • Ether/ Aether – the medium through which electromagnetism propagates. • These aether theories are considered to be scientifically obsolete, as the development of special relativity and experiments such as the MichelsonMorley experiment (1887) showed that Maxwell's equations do not require the aether for the transmission of these forces. • However, Einstein himself noted that his own model which replaced these theories could itself be thought of as an aether, as it implied that the empty space between objects had its own physical properties
  12. 12. The Platonic solids or patterned building blocks of the cosmos correspond to the 4 states of matter plus the ground state of Aether… plasma liquid gas solid But Aether and Plasma are largely hidden from our awareness
  13. 13. More about Aether • • • • • Modern equivalent is zero point field Zero point energy Quantum potential field Unified field The ground state of “no-thing ness from which all somethings arise” • The pattern of movement in the aether is the SPIRAL or torsion waves • First state of matter to arise is PLASMA
  14. 14. What is plasma? • S: (n) plasma (physical chemistry) a fourth state of matter distinct from solid or liquid or gas and present in stars and fusion reactors; a gas becomes a plasma when it is heated until the atoms lose all their electrons, leaving a highly electrified collection of nuclei and free electrons. "particles in space exist in the form of a plasma“ WordNet Search - 3.0
  15. 15. A few more definitions… • In physics and chemistry, plasma is a gas in which a certain portion of the particles are ionized. The presence of a non-negligible number of charge carriers makes the plasma electrically conductive so that it responds strongly to electromagnetic fields. Wikipedia • Unorganized material; elementary matter. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) • Plasma consists of a gas heated to sufficiently high temperatures that the atoms ionize . The properties of the gas are controlled by electromagnetic forces among constituent ions and electrons , which results in a different type of behavior. Plasma is often considered the fourth state of matter (besides solid, liquid, and gas). Most of the matter in the Universe is in the plasma state. Solar Physics Glossary
  16. 16. States of Matter Solid Liquid Gas Plasma (which may make up 99.99 % of the entire Universe) And Aether, which is present everywhere
  17. 17. 1st State of Matter? • Technically, plasma should be called the 1st state of matter, as it is what all the other states arise from. • Plasma as a concept is not taught in schools – children learn about solids, liquids and gases which is odd as it comprises much of our world. Most people have no idea what it is. • What are some examples of plasmas?
  18. 18. Our Sun
  19. 19. The Solar wind
  20. 20. Interstellar and Interplanetary Space Space is not an empty vacuum. It is full of plasma, which conducts waves of electricity and sound.
  21. 21. Electric Universe Theory (EU) • Maintains modern astrophysics and cosmology leaves out the Electric aspect of plasma – for example, NASA refers to plasma as “hot gas” in press releases and public offerings • Says electricity, not gravity, is the defining force of the Universe • EU has no need for Black Holes, The Big Bang, Dark Matter or Dark Energy to explain the behavior of galaxies • EU is creating a grassroots revolution in modern cosmology- still academically rejected.
  22. 22. Northern lights
  23. 23. Tesla Globes or Plasma Balls
  24. 24. Other plasmas
  25. 25. Non thermal or cold plasmas • Stable at cooler temperatures • Being used in medicine and food packing • Acts as a sterilizing agent
  26. 26. Plasma is everywhere! • The Hubble telescope and other space probes have been providing us with lots of information about plasma in the last decade. • Plasma can be easily produced in a lab, and its behavior is scalable • Numerous technologies make use of plasma • People have known about it for over 130 years!
  27. 27. Characteristics of plasma • Forms filaments, cells, sheaths • High intensity electric current flowing through plasma takes on spiral shape (Birkeland Current) • Forms double layer sheaths at outer boundaries of plasmas of different characters– high electric charge between double layers • Forms cells of different voltages, temperatures, density and chemical properties
  28. 28. Plasma Operation Modes • Dark Current Mode- ionospheres (plasma sheaths) of planets – strength of current is extremely low – does not usually emit light • Normal Glow Mode – stronger electric current –entire plasma glows – neon signs, auroras, comet tails, sun’s corona • Arc Mode- very strong current- forms twisting filamentselectric welders, lightning, sparks, sun’s photosphere • The stronger the current, the brighter the plasma
  29. 29. Two views of our Sun Electric Sun • Dynamic electric plasma powered by unlimited universal power source, fed by intergalactic Birkeland currents • “Solar Wind” is a stream of electricity from positively charged Sun to negatively charged Earth Thermonuclear sun • Thermonuclear furnace of hot gas burning itself out • Completely disconnected from the rest of the galaxy/universe • Solar Wind is a hot gas stream flowing around earth
  30. 30. Plasma connects “From the smallest particle to the largest galactic formation, a web of electrical circuitry connects and unifies all of nature, organizing galaxies, energizing stars, giving birth to planets and, on our own world, controlling weather and animating biological organisms. There are no isolated islands in an electric universe”. • David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill Thunderbolts of the Gods
  31. 31. Birkeland Current • Norwegian researcher Kristin Birkeland found that electric currents move through space largely by means of electrons spiraling along magnetic field lines. Such a plasma current is known as a “Birkeland current“. • When two Birkeland currents are parallel they experience a long range attractive force that brings them closer together, or pinches them. When they get very close, a short range repulsive force holds them apart so that they maintain their identity. • Separate Birkeland current filaments come together to form pairs and the pairs form a twisted, filamentary “rope” of electric current in space. • Plasma physicists have shown that Birkeland currents can remain coherent even over vast intergalactic distances.
  32. 32. Plasma Interacts
  33. 33. Entropy and Syntropy • 2nd law of thermodynamics predicts “dissipative heat death” of the universe • Observations show this is not happening
  34. 34. Terrestrial Plasmas • Telluric currents are electrical currents in the earth's surface- across land and water- caused by the same phenomenon that generates the Northern Lights. • These are scientifically mapped thousands of miles long electrical currents flowing though continents. They were used to naturally power the old Telegraph System in the USA with no need for man- made power supplies • Terrestrial Birkeland currents? • Same thing as dragon lines/ley lines? This is a metaphysical concept • Same thing as acupuncture meridians?
  35. 35. Everything is a form of condensed plasma
  36. 36. Magnetic field of earth (magnetosphere) Artist impression magnetic field of photon Photon is carrier of electromagnetic charge and is polarized, like the earth and sun Magnetic Field of the sun (heliosphere)
  37. 37. Metaphysics of plasma
  38. 38. Chakras, Meridians, Nadis
  39. 39. • Kundalini • The spiraling life force • The Healing Fire • The Cosmic Spiral • The Cosmic Serpent • Masculine and Feminine • Yin and Yang
  40. 40. EM field of the heart • EM field of the heart is at least 100 times greater than that of the brain. • Has been measured by a SQUID magnetometer up to three feet or more off the body (The SQUID, or superconducting quantum interference device, is an extremely sensitive magnetometer, capable of measuring the biomagnetic field produced by a single heartbeat, muscle twitch, or pattern of neural activity in the brain)
  41. 41. Biofield • Term chosen by panel of NIH scientists to describe the electromagnetic field of the human body – also called the “human energy field” or “aura”. May also include nonelectromagnetic energies.
  42. 42. Your Entire Body is Electric • While chemical signals proceed at less than 0.5 in./s and much of the signal’s energy is lost in the heat generated by thermochemical coupling, electromagnetic signals travel through nerve fibers at up to 500 feet/s, and energy fields can “broadcast” information to other energy fields at the speed of light’s 186,000 miles/s Places where you have pathologies are places where the signal for wholeness has become full of static, generally due to some kind of traumatic input
  43. 43. Biophotons • Quanta of electromagnetic radiation • Carriers of energy and information • Absorbed and emitted by DNA
  44. 44. Electrical Conductivity and Your Health • Water without minerals will not conduct electricity. Messages from cells to other cells are vital to their functions, but will not be transmitted if minerals are inadequate in the body fluids between and inside the cells. • Because our soils and the vegetables we eat are often depleted of trace minerals, our body fluids tend to be low in the minerals necessary to transmit vital messages. • This can lead to frequent fatigue, poor mental function, and other diseases. It is vital to increase the electrical conductivity between your cells to promote better overall health.
  45. 45. Schumann Resonance • A standing wave of 7.83 Hz and its higher harmonics that is produced by the continual lighting and thunder strikes around the globe at any given moment (roughly 2000 storms producing 50 strikes per second) • Consistent frequency • Frequency of Brain in Alpha or meditative state • Produced by Chi Gong masters from their hands during healing – body becomes antenna and channel for ambient beneficial frequencies
  46. 46. NASA found that the Pineal Gland, which among other actions releases Melatonin, didn’t function properly when astronauts were outside the range of Earth’s electrical pulse. Negative physical effects led NASA to create the “Schumann Simulator”, which emits Earth’s frequencies into spacecrafts. Our pineal gland may be comprised of as much as 30% magnetite
  47. 47. Elves, Sprites and Jets First Image in 1994 • Appear above some thunderstorms • Suggest that lightning is an ionospheric event as well, electrically connected to the sun and the universe Slide by Dr. Karl Maret
  48. 48. We live in an Electrical Atmosphere on Earth • The Sun, a giant plasma generator, is a variable star and magnetically affects us at all times • The ionosphere above us interacts always with the Sun, especially when Sun spots are active Slide by Dr. Karl Maret
  49. 49. Final Analysis • The organization of all biological systems is established by complex electrodynamic fields. • We are fundamentally electromagnetic, rather than chemical beings. • Wave interaction (information transfer) is a key determinant of biological structure and optimal functioning. • Biosystems are sensitive to natural and artificial electromagnetic fields. Perturbations in environmental fields can induce changes in organisms informed by those fields.
  50. 50. Electrical Disconnection • These concepts of the electrical nature of life, the universe, and self are not advanced by our current educational model • As a consequence, we are divorced of our awareness of ourselves as electrical beings alive in an electrical, connected universe. • People have a yearning for a sense of connectionin an environment where everything is perceived as cold and chaotic, separate and separated, including bodies in space.
  51. 51. What’s the point? • The whole point of this is to show that the standard model is lacking an entire and crucial dimension: electrical interrelatedness and underlying aetheric connection. This creates a limited and incorrect world view that actually leads to unnecessary suffering. • Adding this dimension and awareness moves us from a Cosmology of Separation to a Cosmology of Connection
  52. 52. “And if I’m alone when the night falls, I will go over to window, look up at the sky and feel certain that loneliness is a lie, because the Universe is there to keep me company.” Paulo Coehelo, author of “The Alchemist”

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