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biorhythms 50 body, light in see biophoton emissions Bohm, David 94, 136, 174 Bohr, Niels xv-xvi, 24-5, 102, 220 Bose-Einstein condensate 43 Boyer, Timothy 20, 25, 27 brain: and biophoton emissions 92 function 79-81, 88, 92-3, 95-6 heightened perception 134-7, 158-9 and memory 77-9, 82, 85-6, 95 wave interference patterns 82-3, 84-8, 95-6 Braud, William 126-39, 133-9, 172, 175, 181, 183, 194, 223, 226 Broglie, Louis de 102, 118 Burr, Harold S. 47-8 Byrd, Randolph 186-7, 192

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cumulative deviation analysis 113-14 current of injury 48

Darwin, Charles xiv-xv, 13 Davenas, Elisabeth 60-62, 65 Davies, Paul 31 Dawkins, Richard 45, 46 Del Giudice, Emilio 69, 94 delayed luminescence 50 Descartes, René xiv, xvi, xix, 66 DeValois, Karen 86 DeValois, Russell 86, 87 digital biology 66-9 dilution 61-4, 70-71 distant (remote) healing 181-2, 183-4 DNA 44-5 and biophoton emissions 40, 44, 49, 51-2 dreams 125-7, 134, 139, 166-7, 226 Dunne, Brenda 112-16, 118-21, 134, 155-6, 159, 164-5, 172, 202, 223

E = mc219, 32-3 Earth, ElectroGaiaGram (EGG) 212-13 Eccles, Sir John 82 effect sizes 117 Einstein, Albert xiv, 12, 19, 23, 27, 33, 34, 79, 220 electrical fields, around organisms 48-50 ElectroGaiaGram (EGG) 212-13 electromagnetic fields 22, 28 in animal tissue 49 in the body 48, 55 health and agriculture use 222 ELF hypothesis 157 energy: exchange 36 new sources 218-20 see also E = mc2 energy field, explanation xiii-xiv engrams 77 Ennis, Graham 217, 218 Ennis, Prof. Madelene 70-71 Erwin, Dr. William 125

ESP 104, 126-8, 136, 147 Apollo 14 experiment 8-9 card/dice tests 101, 105 in plants 144-5 remote viewing program 146-60 staring experiments 130-32 evolution, theory of xiv-xv, 51

F = ma 31-2 Faraday, Michael 22 feedback 51, 120 Feynman, Richard 23 Field-REG experiments 202-12 Fieldstein, Sol 125 food, quality 52, 223 formative-causation hypothesis 47 Forward, Robert 218-19 Fourier, Jean 82 Fourier transforms 82-3, 87, 90 frequencies: analysis 86-7 scrambling 39-40, 72-3 signaling 67-70, 222 Fröhlich, Herbert 48-9 Fröhlich frequencies 49 future 173

Gabor, Dennis 82-3, 84, 89 ganzfeld experiments 135-7 gender, and observer effects 119 genius 139 Genthon, Jean-Pierre 105 Goddard, Robert 8 Grad, Dr. Bernard 184-5 gravity 27-8, 34, 35, 218, 219 Green, Christopher 148-50 group consciousness 199-214 group therapy 182 Guillonnet, Didier 66, 72 Gurwitsch, Alexander 47

Hagan, Scott 93 Haisch, Bernie 30-36, 219 Hameroff, Stuart 91-4, 121 Hammid, Hella 154, 155, 157, 182 healing 186-92 distant (remote) 181-2, 183

health: and community involvement 139 and quantum coherence 50 and seed moments 175 Hebard, Arthur 143 Heisenberg, Werner xv-xvi, 12, 19-20, 21, 84, 102 Hilgard, Jack 81 Holographic Neural Technology (Hnet) 222 holography 82-6, 89, 95 homeopathy 54, 61-3, 70-71 Honorton, Charles 126, 135, 166 hope 185-6, 195 Huaorani Indians 125, 226 Hyman, Dr. Ray 160 hypnosis 126, 127, 134

immune system 129 imprinting 35-6 inertia 31-2, 34, 35, 218, 219 influence 128 measuring 128-39 information 36 Insinna, Ezio 93 intention 128-39, 181, 201 healing through 189, 193-5 interconnectedness xvii-xviii, 36, 96, 144, 145, 146 interference 26, 35-6, 84-8, 95-6 intuition 95-6

Jahn, Robert xix, 109-16, 118-22, 134, 155-6, 157, 159, 163-5, 172, 174, 202, 223, 224, 226 James, William 126, 200 Jibu, Mari 93

Kepler, Johannes 88 Krippner, Stanley 127

Lamb shift 26 Lamb, Willis 26 Lashley, Karl 77 Laszlo, Ervin 95, 137, 173-4 Lee, Tsung-Dao 220 Leith, Emmet 82 levitation 35, 134

lie detector (EDA) tests 130-31, 144-5 limbs, phantom 51-2 Lincoln, Abraham 166 Lorentz force 32 Lovelock, James 212 Lund, Elmer 48

machines, malfunction 122 Maddox, John 63-5 magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) 89-91 magnetometer see SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device) Maimonides dream laboratory 167-8 Marcer, Peter 91 Marsh, G. 48 mass 19, 28, 32-3, 34 matter 24-5, 32-4, 69, 121 Maxwell, James Clerk 22 May, Ed 160, 170 memory: collective 206 in Zero Point Field 90 memory of water 61, 63-6, 69, 70-72 meridian system 54-5 metaphysics 35 Michelson, Albert 22 microtubules 92-4 Milonni, Peter 224 Mitchell, Edgar 5-10, 12-14, 91, 94, 101, 104, 127, 128, 144, 152, 223, 227 mitogenetic radiation 47, 49-50 Morley, Prof. Edward 23 morphic fields 47 morphic resonance 47 morphogenesis 44-6, 47 multiple sclerosis 51

Nagl, Prof. Walter 53 Nash, Carroll 185 need (calm/attention) experiments 131-3 negentropy 106, 139 Nelson, Roger 116, 201-7, 212-14, 223 Newton, Isaac xiv, xvi, xix, 12, 13, 31, 32

Nobili, Renato 49 nonlocality 11, 29, 49, 68, 104, 144

Obousy, Richard 217 observer effect xiv, xvi-xvii, 10-12, 102-3, 104, 120 fixing effect 171-4 retrospective 170-72 order 122, 137, 139, 181, 194, 201, 202 over-unity 36

pair effects 118-19 paranormal abilities 225-6 parapsychology 111, 147 Parker, Adrian 135 past lives 138 Pauli, Wolfgang xv-xvi PEAR 112-22, 126, 156, 164-5, 194 Penfield, Wilder 77 Peoc’h, René 117-18 perception 79-80, 82-8, 104 animal studies 80-81 and interconnectedness xvii-xviii and Zero Point Field 91, 95 photo-repair system 40 photon sucking 53-4 photons, in body see biophoton emissions Pietsch, Paul 86 poltergeist activity 210 Popp, Fritz-Albert 39-55, 59-60, 67, 68, 92, 94, 121, 144, 181, 196, 223, 224 prayer 183-4, 186-7, 192-3, 195 precognition 105, 107, 173 precognitive remote perception (PRP) 164-6 premonition 166-7, 169-70 Preparata, Giuliano 69, 94 Pribram, Karl 79-88, 91, 92, 93, 95, 104, 121, 137, 175, 222, 223, 224 Price, Pat 149-55, 157, 159-60, 163-4 prions 222 pseudo random event generators 170 psychic healing 184-5

psychokinesis 35, 105, 107-9, 110, 128, 134 Puthoff, Hal 17-36, 143-50, 152, 153-5, 157-8, 160, 163, 172-3, 174, 181, 183, 217, 219, 220, 223, 224, 227

Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship (QSAR) 66 quantum coherence 43, 49, 50, 93 quantum field theory 23 quantum holography 90 quantum mechanics 25 quantum memory 95 quantum particles 10-11 quantum physics xv-xvii, 10-12, 43, 102-3, 118, 224

Radin, Dean 116, 167-70, 173, 199-201, 207-8, 223 Randi, James 64 Random Event Generators see REG random number generator see RNG randomness 102-3 reality, observer effects 104, 118, 122, 138 REG studies 112-19, 128, 201-2 Field-REG experiments 202-12 and O.J. Simpson trial 200, 208, 213 remote viewing studies 165 retrospective effects 170-72 television 207-9 Wagner 209 regeneration 48, 51-2 regression therapy 138 Reilly, Dr David 71 relaxation 132, 134, 138, 155, 193 remote viewing program 14660, 163-6 resonance: in observer effect experiments 118-19, 120 in REG studies 115, 206-7 retrocognition 165

Rhine, Dr. Joseph B. 8, 101-6, 109, 111, 113, 127 RNG experiments 105-10, 168 Roberfroid, Prof. M. 70 Röntgen, Wilhelm 39, 40 Roosa, Stu 7, 8 Rueda, Alfonso 30-32, 33, 34 Ruth, Bernhard 42

sacred sites 205-7 Sakharov, Andrei 27-8, 33 scalar waves 173-4 Schempp, Walter 88-91, 95, 222 Schlitz, Marilyn 132-3, 183 Schmeidler, Gertrude 145 Schmidt, Helmut 101-9, 111, 116, 122, 128, 168, 170-71, 172 Schnitta, Deb 193, 195 Schrödinger, Erwin xv-xvi Schwarz, Prof. Gary 195 scrambling see frequencies, scrambling sea of energy see background sea of energy seed moments 175 SHARP team 33-4 Sheldrake, Rupert 46-7 Shepard, Alan 5, 6, 7 shielding 136 Shoulders, Ken 29-30 Sicher, Fred 183-4, 189, 190, 192 signature effects 116, 157-8 signature frequencies 66-9, 70 Smith, Cyril 67 Solfvin, Gerald 185-6 sonoluminescence 219-20 space travel 24, 34-5, 217-21 Spiegel, David 182 spontaneous emission 27, 219

SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device) 143-6 Stanford, Rex 186 staring experiments 130-3 Stewart, Walter 64 stress 51 subconscious mind 121 succussion 62, 69-70 superradiance 70, 93-4, 121, 139, 211 Swann, Ingo 144, 145-6, 147, 148-50, 152-3, 160 synchronicities 135, 137, 214 Szent-Györgyi, Albert 49

Targ, Elizabeth 181-95, 223 Targ, Russell 148, 150-55, 157-8, 160, 163, 183-4 Tart, Charles 127, 131, 134 telepathy 126-7, 133, 134, 135 therapeutic touch 186 thought, nature of 126, 175, 201 time 164-75 Transcendental Meditation 135, 211-12 transparency, self-induced 93 Turner, Hank 149-50

Ullman, Montague 127 uncertainty principle 19, 20, 21 unconscious mind 121, 127, 159, 160 and EDA tests 130-31 unified theory 28, 36, 224 Unruh, William 31 Utts, Jessica 160

the vacuum 19-20, 21, 26, 31-3, 34 see also Zero Point Field

Vaitl, Dieter 209 van der Waals, Johannes Diderik 27 van der Waals effect 27 ‘virtual particles’ 19-20, 21-2, 23

WARP drives 220-21 water: coherent domains 69 memory of 61, 63-6, 69, 70-72 superradiance 70 wave theory 25-6, 27, 28-9, 103 coherence 43 interference 35-6, 82-3, 84-8, 95-6 weather 210-11 Wheeler-Feynman absorber theory 173 wishing 122, 138 wormholes 218, 221

Yasue, Kunio 70, 92-3

Zero Point Field xvii, 19-36 access, and achievement 139 fluctuations 21, 35, 219, 220 information in 159-60 and memory 90 MRI use 90-91 space propulsion use 217-21 zero-point particle motion (zitterbewegung) 21-2, 27-9 Zohar, Danah xiv

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