Today I’m going to briefly touch upon some experiments which were done in the past. To me, these experiments show that there is a force working in the non-physical world, which connects plants, animals, humans and the entire universe together. Many people have touched upon this subject before. Both Michael Talbot and David Wilcock helped me on the way into realizing that we’re apparantly living in a Holographic Universe.
The Holigraphic Universe — a Universe in which everything is connected — the same as with the principals of a hologram. No, the Universe isn’t really a Hologram, it only has its characteristics, yet the term ‘hologram’ suits the best way of describing it in a metaphorically fashion. Another term which is quite recent is ‘Source Field’ which suggests that ‘underneath’ our physical perception of life, there is a source field which is the source of everything existing and happening in our current reality.
Are Plants Psychic?
I stumbled upon some intriguing information about the psychic abilities of plants and thought this is a good place to start, to show you what I mean. I’ve always known that a plant will grow much better when classical music is played as opposed to death metal, however I was surprised to find out how deep plants their feelings would actually go. As always, there is much discussion about the following experiments, with scientists being the typical skeptics but we’ll get to that. Bare in mind this is not accepted by the scientific community in particular and is considered more like an occult theory.
The story starts off with Cleve Backster from the Cleve Backster School of Lie Detection. It had been in 1966 that this curious Backster made a decision to connect a polygraph machine to one of his philodendron plants to measure the actual time that it took for water to get to the bigger leaves. Backster observed that the plant was showing what would be excitement in a human subject. Then he tried various other things with the leaf which had the polygraph electrode attached – eventually sticking the leaf in a cup of hot coffee. The plant demonstrated no other reactions and in many cases turned out to becoming bored after fifteen minutes of testing.
Backster made the decision that he needed to do something far more threatening to the plant – he was going to burn the leaf to observe what reaction he might get from the plant’s polygraph reading. He did not have a lighter or any matches, so he left the room to get some. When he returned, he noticed the plant’s psychic readings jumping all around. It had been apparent that just thinking about burning the leaf was sufficient to throw the plant into a state of fear. The plant would ‘feel’ the intended attack whether or not the perpetrator was in the next room as well as miles away. The procedure was carried out quite a few times by different people and the exact same results were occurring, although, after a period of time the philodendron supposedly began to understand it was just a test and wouldn’t actually be burned. Backster had to try something different.
The actual polygraph results.
At this point, the actual tests were getting rather extreme. Backster took six of his students and had them draw straws. The loser of the draw then needed to sneak into a room with two plants and ‘kill’ one of them. The student yanked it by the roots after which he ripped the leaves off one at a time. Later, the other five students moved into the room and the surviving witness (the other plant) remained calm, however when the plant killer entered the room, the philodendron plant knew just who the killer was and its fear was documented on the polygraph.
In a follow-up experiment Cleve Backster used small shrimps – which are often used as goldfish food – and dumped them into boilinghot water. Every time the shrimp hit the water, their fatalities were registered on the plant’s polygraph. Backster then moved the shrimp to a different room and used a variety of barriers – sometimes even metal – to split up the plant from the shrimp. Identical results were documented. He then set the shrimp to fall by utilizing a timerto ensure there was no “contamination” by his own supposed telepathy. Separated by different barriers in different rooms without any human interference, the results were – quite remarkably – still the same.
Through further research, Backster found that it was intent, and not merely the thought itself, that brought about this reaction. Therefore we might want to conclude that the plants react towards strong emotions rather than rational thought.
In my opinion, Backster’s abused philodendron plants and poorly boiling tiny shrimps are telepathically communicating through some kind of ‘holographic’ source field — the source of all that is. A field which is not visible to the naked eye, yet envolves every physical aspect of this 3-Dimensional reality we live in.
The 100th Monkey Effect
Another entirely different experiment which — in my opinion — supports the idea of the Universe being Holographic, is the Hundredth Monkey Experiment. While the experiment is deemed as an hoax by some, there are others who believe it actually took place. The experiment is widely discussed in the book called “The Hundredth Monkey”. According to Ken Keyes(author) his wife, the original story came from a writing by Rupert Sheldrake. Rupert Sheldrake states on his website that the experiment indeed took place but has been altered by many writers and researchers, in favor of their stories.
From the book “The Hundredth Monkey” by Ken Keyes, Jr:
The Japanese monkey, Macaca Fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years.
In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkey liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes, but they found the dirt unpleasant.
An 18-month-old female named Imo found she could solve the problem by washing the potatoes in a nearby stream. She taught this trick to her mother. Her playmates also learned this new way and they taught their mothers too.
This cultural innovation was gradually picked up by various monkeys before the eyes of the scientists. Between 1952 and 1958 all the young monkeys learned to wash the sandy sweet potatoes to make them more palatable. Only the adults who imitated their children learned this social improvement. Other adults kept eating the dirty sweet potatoes.
Then something startling took place. In the autumn of 1958, a certain number of Koshima monkeys were washing sweet potatoes — the exact number is not known. Let us suppose that when the sun rose one morning there were 99 monkeys on Koshima Island who had learned to wash their sweet potatoes. Let’s further suppose that later that morning, the hundredth monkey learned to wash potatoes.
THEN IT HAPPENED!
By that evening almost everyone in the tribe was washing sweet potatoes before eating them. The added energy of this hundredth monkey somehow created an ideological breakthrough!
But notice: A most surprising thing observed by these scientists was that the habit of washing sweet potatoes then jumped over the sea…Colonies of monkeys on other islands and the mainland troop of monkeys at Takasakiyama began washing their sweet potatoes.
Thus, when a certain critical number achieves an awareness, this new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind.
Although the exact number may vary, this Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon means that when only a limited number of people know of a new way, it may remain the conscious property of these people.
But there is a point at which if only one more person tunes-in to a new awareness, a field is strengthened so that this awareness is picked up by almost everyone!
Read the whole book by Ken Keyes here.
Does this proof the existence of a Source Field or the Holographic Principle?
No it doesn’t. However, it does raise an eyebrow. Just think of these similar occurences happening in your daily life, for example: When you think about somebody you haven’t seen in a long time and the person suddenly calls you on your phone within the next minute.. Coincidence? I think not. These kind of occurences are related to the 100th monkey experiment, and the telepathic plants in Backster’s experiment.
There are a lot more experiments which support the Holographic Universe theory. To find out more about them, you’ve got to read this book – it’s a must! Another upcoming book, The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock, is due to hit the shelves today. Although David is not a scientist, he sure is a hell of a researcher and has braided many scientific experiments together in his book. The book is most likely going to support the idea of Universal Oneness, the Holographic principle and the existence of a ‘Source Field’, which are more or less the same things(in my opinion!).
The reason that the Holographic theory/principle is not supported by most of the mainstream scientists, is because it would most likely turn the whole world of quantum physics – and quite possible the world of current science – upside down. The one thing that a scientist hate most is to get proven wrong. What if we’ve build our current world of science on to the wrong fundamentals, what if we were wrong all along? The fear of being wrong all along might indeed be the reason why such little research in supporting the Holographic principle is done.
Pay keen attention to your surroundings, and you will soon find out that there is so much the Universe wants to tell you through the use of symbols and synchronisities (Carl Jung). Much more on synchronisities is found in Michael Talbot his book as well. I might want to get into the subject of synchronisity in a future article, but for now I say thank you for reading and goodbye!
Source: The Astral World
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