For decades now, I have been hoping for a science that could explain certain strange paranormal phenomena which mainstream Western science could not. What I was looking for was a “science of the impossible.”
When I got exposed, from a layman’s stand point, to modern quantum mechanics or quantum physics, it became clear to me that it is the science that I was looking for. Even if I do not understand the abstract mathematics and thought experiments involved in this science, I intuitively knew that in it lies the theoretical framework paradigm for understanding certain phenomena, which is considered to be anomalies of nature by mainstream science.
Some examples of these so-called “anomalous” phenomena or occurrences are bilocation (being in two places at the same time), telekinesis (or mind over matter), teleportation (or disappearing in one place and appearing immediately in another), and materialization (the appearance of a physical object out of nowhere).
Some of the theories of quantum physics which somehow explain the above “anomalous” phenomena are as follows:
The wave property theory of quantum physics says that “a quantum object (for example, an electron) can be in more than one place at the same time.” This is the very definition of bilocation.
The quantum action-at-a-distance theory states that a manifestation of one quantum object, caused by our observation simultaneously influences its correlated twin object—no matter how far apart they are.” Albert Einstein called this “spooky action at a distance,” which is what telekinesis is all about.
The quantum jump theory says that “a quantum object ceases to exist here and simultaneously appears over there.” This is what happens in teleportation.
Quantum physics says that we cannot observe an object without affecting it. In other words, our observation or our mind creates physical reality. Everything around us is our mental creation. This is hard to swallow as far as mainstream Western science is concerned. But it is a conclusion quantum physicists cannot escape.
Consciousness or the mind creates physical reality. It is not the other way around. The mind is not an “epiphenomenon” (or after-effect) of the brain.
The American psychic and prophet, Edgar Cayce, who died in 1945, used to say during his thousands of psychic readings done while in complete trance, that “the spirit is life, mind is the builder, the physical is the result.” Before something appears in physical reality, it must first appear in the spirit, then down to the mind, before it appears in physical reality.
As Seth, a spirit entity channeled by Jane Roberts in the ’70s, pointed out, “Your entire physical environment comes as naturally out of your inner mind as words come out of your mouth, and that man forms physical objects as unselfconsciously and as automatically as he forms his own breath.
“Physical objects are the result of another kind of expression. You create them as surely as you create words. I do not mean that you create them with your hands alone, or through manufacture. I mean, that objects are natural by-products of the evolution of your species, even as words are.”
I am confident that in the near future, quantum physicists will realize the truth of the above statement.
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