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Re: Prayer Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond

From: J. Maynard Gelinas <j.maynard.gelinas.nul>
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2011 15:08:29 -0500
Archived: Thu, 29 Dec 2011 05:32:42 -0500
Subject: Re: Prayer Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond

>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 23:19:30 -0000
>Subject: Re: Prayer Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond

>>From: Diana Cammack <cammack.nul>
>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>>Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 14:19:32 +0200
>>Subject: Re: Prayer Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond

>>Source: UfoExaminer.Com

>>Witness Says Prayer, Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond
>>Roger Marsh


>>Praying, meditating, shining a light and concentrating, or what
>>Tim Good does, 'projecting thoughts' - all much the same really.

>>But the question is, how (let alone why!) do these orbs and ETs
>>pick up a single person's thinking out of the chaos of all our
>>thoughts beaming out from earth to space? Also, what about the
>>thoughts we don't want to share with anyone else - do those get
>>sent out there too, to be heard by ETs and orbs? >How
>>disconcerting is that!?

>Hi Diana,

>You've hit the nail on the head. Some time ago tried to bring
>that particular aspect into consideration.

>Here's the quotes:

>"they are reported to have the weird ability to detect and react
>to the intent, observation and signalling of individual humans,
>although we know no way they could isolate one flashing light in
>a cityscape (& could anyone imagine any method of sensing `human
>intention' or `observation' alone?)."

>and later in the doc.

>"from lots of reports, slightly mentioned above, Aerial
>Phenomena sometimes behave as if they're instantly aware of
>things happening a long way away - and we'll include those
>accounts of them being sensitive to `intention' and even more
>sensitive to flashlights/radar txers being pointed at them.


>Maybe a bit more scary: that might imply some ability - while
>tuned-in at least - to `read minds', or at least intentions. If
>so - it's obvious why the top-people would want to keep it
>secret. Their speeches wouldn't seem half so imposing if we
>could read their thoughts, maybe as subtitles!"

List, I have some thoughts to offer:

I'm not sure the terms 'telepathy' or 'prayer' are particularly
meaningful to the issue at hand. The problem is that these terms
represent 'effects' but have no inner ausitive explanation
embedded within.

Speaking strictly as a layperson, my sense is that a more
prosaic explanation is possible that might both explain these
observations while at the same time fitting in with recently
published 'brain-computer interface' findings. For example, here
is a press report about a research team that used a combination
of EEG sensors on the head of one person, connected to a
computer, and then 'transmitted' to another person quite
similarly to what is often termed as 'telepathy'.


Of course, this technique requires that the subjects remain in a
controlled environment with wires dangling off their heads fed
into a computer. These electrodes are scattered across a skull
in order to detect and record neuron firings which are then
processed by computer. However, one could envision a more
elegant solution using something akin to holography to generate
the same result. Holography is not limited to the recording or
transmission of light interference patterns on a photographic
plate. Any physical system that can record information in the
interference patterns of a set of waves can be said to be
holographic. If there existed a system that could record and/or
transmit interference patterns in such a way that it could
excite neuronal firing within a brain might be used to
communicate in a method similar to what most people call

Human science is now untangling how patterns of neuronal firing
can be processed by computer into anything from emotional
response to even representations of visual processing. The big
question is no longer: Is it possible to read minds? For, now it
is. The big question now is, could such a system be devised that
could work without the tangle of wires and/or brain implants
that are now used by researchers today? If so, I'd argue that
some mechanism of holography would be the most likely approach.


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