by Marie D. Jones
March 30, 2013
MARIE D. JONES is a
best-selling author, screenwriter, researcher, radio
show host and public speaker.
She is the author
of 2013: End Of Days Or A New Beginning- Envisioning The
World After The Events Of 2012, Psience - How New
Discoveries In Quantum Physics And New Science May
Explain The Existence Of Paranormal Phenomena, and
Looking For God In All The Wrong Places.
book, due in mid-2011, is Destiny Vs. Choice: The
Scientific And Spiritual Evidence Behind Fate And Free
She co-authored a
number of books with Larry Flaxman including The Déjà vu
Enigma: A Journey Through the Anomalies of Mind, Memory
and Time, The Resonance Key: Exploring the Links Between
Vibration, Consciousness and the Zero Point Grid, and
11:11 – The Time Prompt Phenomenon: The Meaning Behind
Mysterious Signs, Sequences and Synchronicities.
Larry and Marie are
partners in a venture called ParaExplorers and can be
Marie’s website is
As a kid, watching the synchronized swimming competition of the
summer Olympic games, I was always struck by how silly the sport
Not to mention how it looked!
Later, as a wise adult, I came to
understand and appreciate both the degree of difficulty of getting
human bodies to move in perfect unison, and the beauty that results
when they do.
Humans often operate in synch with others. I am reminded of groups
of women who work or live together menstruating at the same times,
as if their hormonal systems sought a certain resonance of unity and
harmony, and adjusted the individual bodies accordingly.
But bodies are not the only things that resonate.
Quantum physics has taught us that there is no such thing
as empty space, and that the so-called vacuum of space often
Zero Point Field (ZPF), is teeming
with quantum fluctuations that display a resonance, a vibration.
Nothing does not vibrate. There is no such thing as zero, dead,
still. Everything that exists gives off some vibration of a certain
Every planet, every person, every particle.
Musicians know that when a guitar
string is plucked on one instrument in a music store, all the other
guitars in the same room will vibrate to that tone. Healers refer to
this as “entrainment,” when two objects (or people!) in close
proximity, vibrating on different frequencies, begin altering their
vibrations until they are vibrating at the same, or nearly the same,
The Zero Point Field could act as a
field of “entrainment” or resonance, where the vibrations of
particles tune to specific frequencies, creating different forms of
matter, energy and interactions. Other scientists believe this field
has different names.
In 1998, physicist Paul Steinhardt and his colleagues coined
a term that would describe a mysterious field of what they believed
to be dark energy, or a “fifth essence.” They called it “quintessence.”
Based upon an earlier idea proposed by
Fermilab physicist Chris Hill and colleague Josh Freeman,
quintessence suggested that, like the cosmological constant of
Einstein’s vision, this essence fills all of “empty” space with a
form of matter-energy that is changeable in strength.
Some parts of space might have a thicker
quintessence, others a thin “layer,” creating a field of invisible
essence that has no direction, like a vector field, only magnitude,
like a scalar field.
Described as kinetic energy by Tom Siegfried in Strange
Matters, the strength of this field would be measured by how
quickly it approaches the zero point. Because quintessence is
believed to exert negative pressure, it is said to be a slow rolling
scalar field, one that does not change too quickly over a period of
Whether or not quintessence is
the dark energy so eagerly sought
by physicists will decide the fate of the universe itself, because
of its relationship to expansion. The presence of a negative energy
in space would possibly stop the expansion.
Aside from the role quintessence plays in the outcome of our
universe’s destiny, it may also play a role in the way matter and
energy interacts, or resonates.
Nature is filled with signs of the
importance of resonance and the
beauty of synchronicity. From the
physical foundation of all musical composition to the intricate
mathematical ratios of the natural world, there seems to be an
element of “arrangement” that results in a visible pattern.
David Bohm believed that
underlying the physical, tangible world, there was a far more
mysterious, deeper order of “undivided wholeness.”
He called the visible world the
explicate order, and that deeper world the implicate order, and used
the analogy of a flowing stream to describe his realization of
“On this stream, one may see an
ever-changing pattern of vortices, ripples, waves, splashes,
etc., which evidently have no independent existence as such.
Rather, they are abstracted from the flowing movement, arising
and vanishing in the total process of the flow.
Such transitory subsistence as may
be possessed by these abstracted forms implies only a relative
independence or autonomy of behavior, rather than absolutely
independent existence as ultimate substances.”
Those rather philosophical words came
Wholeness and The Implicate Order,
which he wrote in 1980, and suggested the world of the implicate
order was similar to a hologram, where the complex interference
patterns appear to be chaotic and disordered to the naked eye, yet
on a deeper level possess a pattern that is hidden or “enfolded”
into the whole object.
Bohm even suggested the universe itself
was like a flowing hologram, or “holomovement,” that contained order
on an implicate level.
The explicate order would be the
projection from higher dimensions of reality, and any apparent
stability of objects and entities are really a sustained process of
enfoldment and unfoldment. Nothing solid is really solid at the
Bohm also believed there was a superquantum potential, or a
higher “superimplicate” order operating in the
universe, and that consciousness
and life were enfolded within, with matter appearing in varying
degrees of “unfoldment.”
He even stated that the separation of
matter and spirit is nothing but an abstraction, that the “ground is
The study of music (and the patterns of
sacred geometry) suggests an
invisible, “implicate” vibratory nature.
Sympathetic Vibratory Physics is
a term assigned to a “musical universe,” an interesting alternative
theory of reality proposed by Walter Russell in A New
Concept of the Universe.
Russell believes that there exists
nothing in nature other than vibration. He attempts to create a
paradigm of reality using wave and vibration theory based upon the
work of John W. Keely’s concepts of a sympathetic vibration
that connects all things and energies, and that the harmony of these
vibrations creates what we see.
Russell and Keely suggest that music can be thought of as a model of
the order found in the universe, with organized vibration or sound
following principles of structure and behavior that make sound into
harmonies. These principles mimic those governing other vibratory
patterns in the universe.
Take the idea that everything is the result of a vibration, and even
Zero Point Energy in the quantum
vacuum has been shown to “jiggle” or vibrate. Everything has its
“jiggle.” We can go on to say that different things have different
“chords” or “vibration signatures,” and that is what makes one thing
discernible from the next.
Sounds a lot like superstring theory,
with tiny, vibrating cosmic strings at the very heart of existence.
Vibrations are dynamic, interacting with one another and their
environment, creating different tones and chords and harmonics. In a
sense, vibrations are more fundamental to reality than the tiniest
subatomic particle, because in a sense, that is what the tiniest
particle is… a vibration.
The most exciting thing about this invisible vibratory field, no
matter what form it might take, is the potentiality it contains.
Potential as a source of all other sources. Potential as a pure
energy field upon which all matter is created and thrown out into
the explicate order.
Potential even is a doorway to other
dimensions or levels of reality, where things like ghosts, UFOs and
psychic abilities are the norm.
Kinetics" and "Morphogenetic Fields"
Paul LaViolette writes
extensively about “transmuting ether” in his book,
Genesis of the Cosmos - The Ancient Science of
This ether, which is the basis of
LaViolette’s theory of “subquantum kinetics,” is described as an
active substrate that differs from the mechanical ethers once
considered in previous centuries.
“The concentrations of the substrate
composing this ether are the energy potential fields that form
the basis of all matter and energy in our universe.”
The ether reactions cause wave-like
field gradients that emerge and form the “observable quantum level
structures and physical phenomena,” including the various particles,
forces, fields and electromagnetic waves.
Subquantum kinetics, which LaViolette proposes as a unified field
theory that fills in the gaps conventional physics cannot, rests on
the existence of this “primordial” transmuting ether present
“The transmuting ether is the
wellspring of Creation,” he states, adding that were its
activity to diminish, everything physical would cease to exist,
coming to a state of “multi-dimensional consciousness” from
which the physical universe is generated. A ground state, or
Source of all Sources.
Rupert Sheldrake, biologist and
co-author of The Evolutionary Mind: Conversations on Science,
Imagination and Spirit refers to this vibratory field as the
This “M-field” (and there can be many
M-fields) is an underlying energy field that acts as an organizing
principle to give form to various levels of reality. He also
suggests there is “morphic resonance,” or the resonance of memories
sort of like Edgar Cayce’s “Akashic field” or the “collective
unconscious” of Carl Jung.
These memories shape our minds today,
Sheldrake, who has experimented with
psychic pets and animals, theorizes that the existence of an
invisible field of influence, although unproven, could be the link
between humans and their pets.
“Morphic fields also contain
attractors, which draw organisms towards future states.”
This could explain how a dog might pick
up a change in the morphic field that lets it know its owner is only
a half block away.
The morphogenetic field itself could be made up of “morphic
wavelets” of resonating, vibratory energy that differ in scale and
frequency. The wave could have a resonance that synchs up with the
resonance of a pet, or a human, who then displays some “psychic”
ability to predict a coming earthquake or disaster.
And if they are tapping into a field
that contains memories of past, present and future, a time landscape
so to speak, they could access any event throughout the space/time
Obviously, it’s not that simple, or we would all be seeing ghosts,
aliens, strange creatures, having precognitive dreams, major déjà vu
episodes, and reading each other’s minds. But if even one small
percentage of the claims of the paranormal is true, someone somehow
is figuring out just how to do it.
Terence McKenna, psychedelic visionary and co-author of
The Evolutionary Mind, points out:
non-locality is accepted, some
of the things we’re interested in are permitted - telepathy,
information from other worlds arriving by the morphogenetic
field, and so on.”
We know that experiments have proven
non-locality to be a reality on the quantum level. Two particles
continue to affect one another at extreme distances.
The same actually happens on a
macrocosmic level all the time.
Advanced physics tells us that an event at Point A in the universe
does not cause an event in Point B to occur a little later.
Actually, both events occur at the same time.
Carl Jung used the term “synchronicity”
to describe this same phenomenon on a human level.
In his amazing book Power Vs. Force,
Dr. David R. Hawkins states that a,
“question can’t be asked unless
there’s already the potentiality of the answer… there can be no
‘up’ without an already existent ‘down’.”
Synchronicities are evidence of an
all-inclusive field that goes against the normal cause-and-effect
rationale for events that occur that challenge our illusion of the
line between subjective and objective reality.
Perhaps, the universe itself is based upon principles of
Physicist Claude Swanson,
educated at M.I.T. and Princeton, believes it is. He even believes
his “synchronised universe” theory leaves the door wide open for a
variety of paranormal phenomena to exist in a reality where our own
matter operates in synchronized fashion with everything else.
In his book, The Synchronized Universe, Swanson points out
that parallel universes superimposed upon our own can differ in
phase or frequency of their synchronization. Basically, people can
only access their own universal “sheet” of existence, and thus
believe that is the only one that exists. Same goes for anything
moving around on all the other parallel “sheet” universes.
But alter the phase or frequency just so, and an object can
disappear from one reality, and appear in another. Like a ghost...
synchronized universe theory could
explain how UFOs can appear and vanish instantly, as reported in
hundreds of sightings, and
how teleportation might be
achieved. It could also explain the existence of “subtle energy,”
which, Swanson theorizes, arises from the motions coupled across the
layers of parallel universes.
Subtle energies, Swanson states,
“coherent structure which crosses
several of these parallel realities, and therefore is ‘higher
The interesting thing about
synchronization is that it allows every particle a fundamental
frequency proportional to its mass, and also explains how particles
can become synchronized, like those Olympic swimmers, at small
This “synchronizing” of matter and
energy would indeed allow for paranormal events to occur, and would
no doubt explain why they might occur in transient, unpredictable
Ghosts, out-of-body experiences, remote
viewing, psychokinesis and poltergeist activity all may be the
result of the synching of particles and matter between various
levels of existence, creating a literal means for moving between
dimensions of reality.
“Paranormal effects and ‘subtle
energy’ cause a synchronization across adjacent parallel
universes. When this occurs, these adjacent universes become to
a degree synchronized with ours. The interaction becomes more
coherent, more in phase.”
When there is no synchronization, we
experience the other universe or dimension as “random noise.”
Even teleportation fits into the synchronized universe theory.
Swanson points out,
“The behaviour and position of
matter is dependent on its radiation field, which keeps it in
place, gives it inertia and allows it to interact with other
matter in the universe. If we shift the phases of radiation
coming into the particle and coming out of it from the past and
the future, we may be able to shift its position.”
This may be the key to a form of
“hyperdrive” that causes teleportation.
Physicist F. David Peat suggests that synchronicities are
“flaws” in the fabric of reality, momentary fissures that offer
those sensitive to them a brief peek into the implicate, underlying
order of nature.
We know from the Law of the Conservation of Energy that the
total inflow of energy into a system must equal the total outflow of
energy from the system, plus the change in the energy contained
within the system.
In other words, energy never dies.
It is converted into another form.
Ghosts, if they represent trapped
energy, may move between parallel dimensions or universes by this
process of synchronization (possibly using the ZPF as a vehicle for
the dimensions) and become visible
in our world because they are still energy. Many ghost sightings
involve balls of plasma and changes in electromagnetic field
measurements, as well as visible signs of energy manipulations.
Lights flicker or pop, static appears on
radios and televisions, and people report the feeling of their hair
rising on their skin or the back of their head. These are also
widely reported elements of UFO sightings (stalled car engines,
black-outs, phone interference…).
Obviously, energy is present, and
affecting its environment.
Again, one is reminded of music. When two or more notes are played
together, they either create a beautiful harmony, or a noisy
discord. The notes that work well together create a resonance. Those
that don’t “make sweet music” together create a dissonance.
If paranormal events can only occur when the “right two notes are
struck,” then something in the brain, or the body, is responding to
those notes and “tuning in” to the phenomena that is otherwise
All of these frequencies exist in the
field, and… even our brains seem to have access to this field of all
Works Like a Hologram
Karl Pribram spent decades
pondering the secrets of the human brain and memory, and eventually
discovered that the brain worked somewhat like a hologram, and that
when you first see something, specific frequencies resonate in the
brain’s neurons, which then send information about the frequencies
to other sets of neurons, and the process continues until your
neurons construct an image of what you are looking at.
That the brain seems to process
information in wave-frequency patterns suggested that human memory
could hold amazing amounts of information “in storage,” and, using
the same holographic model, be able to access and recall a memory as
a three-dimensional image.
The holographic model of the brain could allow for ESP and
telepathy, then, by the same process, according to Swanson
“If the sender can cause energy or
information to refocus at some other point in space-time using
the 4-D holographic principle, then it can be received if a
person is there to sense the thought-form.”
Pribram’s brain research didn’t stop
with the holographic model and its implications for a variety of
He also showed that the brain acted like
a frequency analyzer that literally filters out unlimited wave
information from the Zero Point Field, where all the
information possible existed. This allows the mind to take and use
only what it needs, and not be overwhelmed with a bombardment of
unnecessary frequencies trying to compete for some “brain time.”
Think about the simple
experience of déjà vu, which may be
our ability to access, albeit in very small doses, glimpses of
ourselves in a parallel universe or dimension, or even the ZPF.
When you have déjà vu, you are
remembering what is happening to you in the present moment.
That doesn’t make sense. If it is
happening in the present moment, how can you yet have a memory of
it? But if there exist parallel universes that have “branched off”
each time we made a different choice, then it makes sense that we
would, in many of those universes, be doing the same exact things at
the same exact time.
Déjà vu may then be our successful
attempts to find and synch up with another reality, even just for a
minute or two. Or perhaps we are accessing the Zero Point Field,
which, like Edgar Cayce’s Akashic Record, supposedly contains
the memories of every thought, action or event that ever happened or
will ever happen in the universe.
If déjà vu, dreams and out of body experiences, including near death
experiences, allow us to wander for a while in other realities, it
begs the question - why can’t we easily access these other realities
all the time, any time we please?
I might suggest that it is because if we
could, we would go insane. Information overload. Our brains operate
as information sorting machines, only bringing into our perceptive
fields what we need to see, hear and know to survive, and hopefully
That does not prevent us from being able to, when we meditate or go
into a trance or
zone out at our computer, have a
peek into other dimensions of existence.
People do this all the time when they dream, when they know who is
on the phone after only one ring, when they get a “bad vibe” about a
person they’ve just met. Remote viewers may be tuning into a
frequency upon which the information they are either sending or
receiving is naturally “broadcasting,” as a psychic might pick up on
similar frequencies when doing a reading or having their own
If paranormal elements operate on a different frequency, again we
must think of the dog that hears a high-pitched whistle that is
soundless to us.
Many species of snake have organs that
allow them to perceive the infrared range of the electromagnetic
spectrum and “see” the heat of another living thing. Sharks and eels
are ultra-sensitive to changes in electrical fields, and some
insects can see ultraviolet light. These creatures are obviously
observing things we humans simply aren’t built to observe.
Yet somewhere there are humans who can hear these whistles, and
sense EMF alterations, just as there are humans that can see auras
and other forms of light energy the rest of us cannot. It could just
be a matter, then, of the level of one’s consciousness or
Whether energy is synching up, or emerging in a coherent pattern
from the ZPF, or moving along a morphogenetic field, or even
floating in a sea of quintessence, there is definitely fertile,
dynamic ground for the movement of that energy between our world and
the world of the paranormal (which could in fact be our own world,
or one parallel to ours).
We are limited to our five senses: sight, smell, sound, touch and
taste. But what about this sixth sense?
Perhaps that is the sense,
underdeveloped in most, yet present in all, which allows us to turn
on and tune in to the frequencies that reveal the other layers of
I think of years ago, long before cell phones, when I owned a CB
radio and loved to listen to motorists and truckers chatter.
Occasionally, there would be some bandwidth cross talk from a nearby
Ham radio operator.
Ghosts, UFOs, and other paranormal
events may be cross-talk cutting into our normal bandwidth; chatter
from another dimension, or universe, or somewhere in between.
We don’t normally hear it because it is
usually operating on another frequency altogether, but sometimes
signals get crossed. Consciousness may be the key to knowing exactly
which frequency to tune into to perceive paranormal phenomena. Think
about that the next time you listen to the radio.
Tune into the right frequency and you may find yourself face to face
with a ghost.