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The SCIET and Spacetime

In SCIET Theory Spacetime is the byproduct of the formatting of the energetic expression that has been called the Big Bang by Cosmologists. This idea can be understood as a flash of lightning from one point to another, a single unit of energy, that reduces around its point of origin in the Void (see below for an explanation of the Void) until it disappears into its own footprint and then reemerges as a vast mist of equally distributed atomic particles. 

Rather than a Big Bang, it was a big flash that immediately distributed itself around the point of origin, processed by an algorithm that divides it into multiple levels of angularly polarized monopoles, each with its own unique address within the whole. When all of the space has been addressed the final step is when it reaches the minimum unit from which it originated in the whole of space, it begins to resonate with the existing minimum unit valued so defined. This resonance between these minimum units surrounded by monopoles creates the first atoms, the nascent protons, which are the mist that defines Space.

The energy from the single unitary burst that is distributed throughout the mist/universe leaves faint tracks of each descending step, which is the formatting that furnishes the addresses to each and every bit of the space within the universe.

In effect, the concept of space is a layer of measurable resistance on top of the Void, which has no resistance at all. This resistance is responsible for the speed of light, a limit on the rate of change in space, which is reflected in the minimum unit of change, the quanta

In summary, in SCIET Theory space, time and matter emerge from an energized geometric form that subdivides into itself until it disappears into faint formatting before reemerging as a mist of equally spaced nascent protons.

Others are thinking in this way also:

…some researchers have sought to explain how all of space can emerge from scratch. For instance, ChunJun Cao, Spyridon Michalakis and Sean M. Carroll, all at the California Institute of Technology, begin with a minimalist quantum description of a system, formulated with no direct reference to spacetime or even to matter. If it has the right pattern of correlations, the system can be cleaved into component parts that can be identified as different regions of spacetime. In this model, the degree of entanglement defines a notion of spatial distance.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-is-spacetime/

Their concept of entanglement echos the formatting described in SCIET Theory, in which space is created in the void and it subdivides the original energetic expression until it reaches the smallest possible size, reducing many magnitudes before it begins to resonate. The formatting takes place as both an inward and outward expression, with the tetrahedral forms interacting with one another to create interactive angular mono-polarities, at the convergence of five tetrahedrons, in effect the angular mono-polarities are the equivalent of “event horizons” at the quantum level. All the larger sizes from which it descended remain in space as faint tracks of universal levels, but also as the centers of measurement from the smallest to the largest systems, all of them based on the interactive angular polarities. Space is crystalline in nature because of this. 

Spherical forms are created by the resonance between the first nascent atoms. Before these are created space is limited entirely to lines away from or between points. When resonance begins it is between two minimum units, which are actually holes in the fabric of spacetime that reach the void. Because of this, the resonant energy returning to each center cannot actually go into the center and so must span it and express itself as layers of monopoles circling the center.  What this means is that each atom is actually built up from layers continuously streamed inward from each and every point to point resonant relationship.

The Limitless Awareness aka the Void

A stated above, the concept of space is a layer of measurable resistance on top of the Void, or in SCIET Theory, the Limitless Awareness.

The Nature of Limitless Awareness is the highest frequency potential in the universe. It is so fast that it is unlimited and thus needs the limitations of the slower Creation Substance (Spacetime) to project intention into.  It is an order of magnitude faster and smaller than the Creation Substance. Awareness is unlimited, its receptive frequency potential is unlimited, so the role of the Creation Substance is to enable the creation of Limits and consequently, resonance within the creation substance.

The SCIET creates between ten quadrillion vigintillion and one-hundred thousand quadrillion vigintillion (1078 to 1082) atoms of smaller SCIETs when it reaches its smallest increment to form atoms through resonance, and each of these is due to the Point of Awareness at its center reacting to another point of the same value, an event that did not take place before reaching this level of reduction to encounter the base value of the entire system, the original Point of Awareness.

Theoretical Effects

The interplay between the Creation Substance (Spacetime) and the Awareness (Void) is the basis of the Soul, Black Holes, Portal Travel and other mysterious phenomena, as well those described by systems other than SCIET Theory.

The interactive quality of Spacetime, its “stickiness” causes it to form holes in the fabric of Spacetime when it is forced into a circular motion, such as occurs in Black Holes. This circular motion can also cause a separation between the spinning object and the fabric of Spacetime, which can enable the object to be independent of the effects of gravity, as the object creates its own gravity and can choose its own direction of attraction.

Portals capable of transporting matter actually do not, for instance, they allow matter entering into a Black Hole to appear instantaneously at another location, no travel is involved. This quality requires that a layer surrounding the portal be resonant with the other location, so it will only work with one other location.

The Soul is the byproduct of the SCIET in combination with a projection of the Awareness to create purposefulness, forming a desire to do and be. This desire drives the Point of Awareness to accumulate knowledge and experience time. The SCIET allows the Point of Awareness to use its connection to the original Awareness to project itself forward and accumulate knowledge and experiences using its accumulated memories and knowledge.

Evolving objects within the fabric of Spacetime are surrounded by spherical memories due to their resonance with other objects, which can range from atomic structures to Black Holes at the centers of Galaxies. These spherical memories resonate with one another to create gravitational effects and also torsion field effects.

Spherical Layers and Spacetime

Gravitational attraction due to resonance is complemented by repulsion due to dissonance, and the two effects combine to slightly distort one another. This distortion creates midpoint variations in the resonance value that can emulate other body’s resonance and cause objects affected by them to suddenly be in alignment with an unexpected gravitational effect. Spacetime may regard it as an object that is out of place and time and can manifest the object in that place and/or time. This effect has been exploited to create transportation systems using tunable gravitational resonators.

SCIET Theory opens the door to numerous new approaches to solving problems related to combining elements into new forms, or combining forces into new effects.

Utilizing the nature and character of the Awareness in the context of a proper understanding of Spacetime can unlock the ability to easily “jump” from one part of Spacetime to another without expending the time and energy otherwise required.

An enlarged knowledge of gravitational torsion effects can greatly assist our abilities to work with materials and utilize torsion fields to facilitate manufacturing in new ways.

The SCIET itself offers an understanding of how to manufacture intelligent materials that are impervious to external forces and can react in ways that allow them to be self healing and self reproducing. These and other insights make an understanding os SCIET Spacetime an essential component of an advanced human civilization in the future.

Dane Arr
August 21, 2019

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What is Spacetime?

What is Spacetime?

Physicists believe that at the tiniest scales, space emerges from quanta.
What might these building blocks look like?

This article is from Scientific American and presents the current views of scientists about Spacetime. I have reproduced it in its entirety to provide a reference for SCIET and how it deals with Spacetime. In other articles, I will refer to this one for contrasting approaches. This article beautifully presents some core issues regarding the controversy over the competition to describe reality in the realm of very small changes in space. We need to find a General Theory of Spacetime to do this, and that is the intention of SCIET Theory.

People have always taken space for granted. It is just emptiness, after all—a backdrop to everything else. Time, likewise, simply ticks on incessantly. But if physicists have learned anything from the long slog to unify their theories, it is that space and time form a system of such staggering complexity that it may defy our most ardent efforts to understand.

Albert Einstein saw what was coming as early as November 1916. A year earlier he had formulated his general theory of relativity, which postulates that gravity is not a force that propagates through space but a feature of spacetime itself. When you throw a ball high into the air, it arcs back to the ground because Earth distorts the spacetime around it, so that the paths of the ball and the ground intersect again. In a letter to a friend, Einstein contemplated the challenge of merging general relativity with his other brainchild, the nascent theory of quantum mechanics. That would not merely distort space but dismantle it. Mathematically, he hardly knew where to begin. “How much have I already plagued myself in this way!” he wrote.

Einstein never got very far. Even today there are almost as many contending ideas for a quantum theory of gravity as scientists working on the topic. The disputes obscure an important truth: the competing approaches all say space is derived from something deeper—an idea that breaks with 2,500 years of scientific and philosophical understanding.

[Note] The article is posted here because it beautifully presents some core issues regarding the controversy over the competition to describe reality in the realm of very small changes in space. We need to find a General Theory of Spacetime.

DOWN THE BLACK HOLE

A kitchen magnet neatly demonstrates the problem that physicists face. It can grip a paper clip against the gravity of the entire Earth. Gravity is weaker than magnetism or than electric or nuclear forces. Whatever quantum effects it has are weaker still. The only tangible evidence that these processes occur at all is the mottled pattern of matter in the very early universe—thought to be caused, in part, by quantum fluctuations of the gravitational field.

Black holes are the best test case for quantum gravity. “It’s the closest thing we have to experiments,” says Ted Jacobson of the University of Maryland, College Park. He and other theorists study black holes as theoretical fulcrums. What happens when you take equations that work perfectly well under laboratory conditions and extrapolate them to the most extreme conceivable situation? Will some subtle flaw manifest itself?

General relativity predicts that matter falling into a black hole becomes compressed without limit as it approaches the center—a mathematical cul-de-sac called a singularity. Theorists cannot extrapolate the trajectory of an object beyond the singularity; its time line ends there. Even to speak of “there” is problematic because the very spacetime that would define the location of the singularity ceases to exist. Researchers hope that quantum theory could focus a microscope on that point and track what becomes of the material that falls in.

Out at the boundary of the hole, matter is not so compressed, gravity is weaker and, by all rights, the known laws of physics should still hold. Thus, it is all the more perplexing that they do not. The black hole is demarcated by an event horizon, a point of no return: matter that falls in cannot get back out. The descent is irreversible. That is a problem because all known laws of fundamental physics, including those of quantum mechanics as generally understood, are reversible. At least in principle, you should be able to reverse the motion of all the particles and recover what you had.

A very similar conundrum confronted physicists in the late 1800s, when they contemplated the mathematics of a “black body,” idealized as a cavity full of electromagnetic radiation. James Clerk Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism predicted that such an object would absorb all the radiation that impinges on it and that it could never come to equilibrium with surrounding matter. “It would absorb an infinite amount of heat from a reservoir maintained at a fixed temperature,” explains Rafael Sorkin of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario. In thermal terms, it would effectively have a temperature of absolute zero. This conclusion contradicted observations of real-life black bodies (such as an oven). Following up on work by Max Planck, Einstein showed that a black body can reach thermal equilibrium if radiative energy comes in discrete units, or quanta.

Theoretical physicists have been trying for nearly half a century to achieve an equivalent resolution for black holes. The late Stephen Hawking of the University of Cambridge took a huge step in the mid-1970s, when he applied quantum theory to the radiation field around black holes and showed they have a nonzero temperature. As such, they can not only absorb but also emit energy. Although his analysis brought black holes within the fold of thermodynamics, it deepened the problem of irreversibility. The outgoing radiation emerges from just outside the boundary of the hole and carries no information about the interior. It is random heat energy. If you reversed the process and fed the energy back in, the stuff that had fallen in would not pop out; you would just get more heat. And you cannot imagine that the original stuff is still there, merely trapped inside the hole, because as the hole emits radiation, it shrinks and, according to Hawking’s analysis, ultimately disappears.

This problem is called the information paradox because the black hole destroys the information about the infalling particles that would let you rewind their motion. If black hole physics really is reversible, something must carry information back out, and our conception of spacetime may need to change to allow for that.

ATOMS OF SPACETIME

Heat is the random motion of microscopic parts, such as the molecules of a gas. Because black holes can warm up and cool down, it stands to reason that they have parts—or, more generally, a microscopic structure. And because a black hole is just empty space (according to general relativity, infalling matter passes through the horizon but cannot linger), the parts of the black hole must be the parts of space itself. As plain as an expanse of empty space may look, it has enormous latent complexity.

Even theories that set out to preserve a conventional notion of spacetime end up concluding that something lurks behind the featureless facade. For instance, in the late 1970s Steven Weinberg, now at the University of Texas at Austin, sought to describe gravity in much the same way as the other forces of nature. He still found that spacetime is radically modified on its finest scales.

Physicists initially visualized microscopic space as a mosaic of little chunks of space. If you zoomed in to the Planck scale, an almost inconceivably small size of 10–35 meter, they thought you would see something like a chessboard. But that cannot be quite right. For one thing, the grid lines of a chessboard space would privilege some directions over others, creating asymmetries that contradict the special theory of relativity. For example, light of different colors might travel at different speeds—just as in a glass prism, which refracts light into its constituent colors. Whereas effects on small scales are usually hard to see, violations of relativity would actually be fairly obvious.

The thermodynamics of black holes casts further doubt on picturing space as a simple mosaic. By measuring the thermal behavior of any system, you can count its parts, at least in principle. Dump in energy and watch the thermometer. If it shoots up, that energy must be spread out over comparatively few molecules. In effect, you are measuring the entropy of the system, which represents its microscopic complexity.

If you go through this exercise for an ordinary substance, the number of molecules increases with the volume of material. That is as it should be: If you increase the radius of a beach ball by a factor of 10, you will have 1,000 times as many molecules inside it. But if you increase the radius of a black hole by a factor of 10, the inferred number of molecules goes up by only a factor of 100. The number of “molecules” that it is made up of must be proportional not to its volume but to its surface area. The black hole may look three-dimensional, but it behaves as if it were two-dimensional.

This weird effect goes under the name of the holographic principle because it is reminiscent of a hologram, which presents itself to us as a three-dimensional object. On closer examination, however, it turns out to be an image produced by a two-dimensional sheet of film. If the holographic principle counts the microscopic constituents of space and its contents—as physicists widely, though not universally, accept—it must take more to build space than splicing together little pieces of it.

The relation of part to whole is seldom so straightforward, anyway. An H2O molecule is not just a little piece of water. Consider what liquid water does: it flows, forms droplets, carries ripples and waves, and freezes and boils. An individual H2O molecule does none of that: those are collective behaviors. Likewise, the building blocks of space need not be spatial. “The atoms of space are not the smallest portions of space,” says Daniele Oriti of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam, Germany. “They are the constituents of space. The geometric properties of space are new, collective, approximate properties of a system made of many such atoms.”

What exactly those building blocks depend on the theory. In loop quantum gravity, they are quanta of volume aggregated by applying quantum principles. In string theory, they are fields akin to those of electromagnetism that live on the surface traced out by a moving strand or loop of energy—the namesake string. In M-theory, which is related to string theory and may underlie it, they are a special type of particle: a membrane shrunk to a point. In causal set theory, they are events related by a web of cause and effect. In the amplituhedron theory and some other approaches, there are no building blocks at all—at least not in any conventional sense.

Although the organizing principles of these theories vary, all strive to uphold some version of the so-called relationalism of 17th- and 18th-century German philosopher Gottfried Leibniz. In broad terms, relationalism holds that space arises from a certain pattern of correlations among objects. In this view, space is a jigsaw puzzle. You start with a big pile of pieces, see how they connect and place them accordingly. If two pieces have similar properties, such as color, they are likely to be nearby; if they differ strongly, you tentatively put them far apart. Physicists commonly express these relations as a network with a certain pattern of connectivity. The relations are dictated by quantum theory or other principles, and the spatial arrangement follows.

Phase transitions are another common theme. If space is assembled, it might be disassembled, too; then its building blocks could organize into something that looks nothing like space. “Just like you have different phases of matter, like ice, water and water vapor, the atoms of space can also reconfigure themselves in different phases,” says Thanu Padmanabhan of the Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics in India. In this view, black holes may be places where space melts. Known theories break down, but a more general theory would describe what happens in the new phase. Even when space reaches its end, physics carries on.

ENTANGLED WEBS

The big realization of recent years—and one that has crossed old disciplinary boundaries—is that the relevant relations involve quantum entanglement. An extrapowerful type of correlation, intrinsic to quantum mechanics, entanglement seems to be more primitive than space. For instance, an experimentalist might create two particles that fly off in opposing directions. If they are entangled, they remain coordinated no matter how far apart they may be.

Traditionally when people talked about “quantum” gravity, they were referring to quantum discreteness, quantum fluctuations and almost every other quantum effect in the book—but never quantum entanglement. That changed when black holes forced the issue. Over the lifetime of a black hole, entangled particles fall in, but after the hole evaporates fully, their partners on the outside are left entangled with—nothing. “Hawking should have called it the entanglement problem,” says Samir Mathur of Ohio State University.

Even in a vacuum, with no particles around, the electromagnetic and other fields are internally entangled. If you measure a field at two different spots, your readings will jiggle in a random but coordinated way. And if you divide a region in two, the pieces will be correlated, with the degree of correlation depending on the only geometric quantity they have in common: the area of their interface. In 1995 Jacobson argued that entanglement provides a link between the presence of matter and the geometry of spacetime—which is to say, it might explain the law of gravity. “More entanglement implies weaker gravity—that is, stiffer spacetime,” he says.

Several approaches to quantum gravity—most of all, string theory—now see entanglement as crucial. String theory applies the holographic principle not just to black holes but also to the universe at large, providing a recipe for how to create space—or at least some of it. For instance, a two-dimensional space could be threaded by fields that, when structured in the right way, generate an additional dimension of space. The original two-dimensional space would serve as the boundary of a more expansive realm, known as the bulk space. And entanglement is what knits the bulk space into a contiguous whole.

In 2009 Mark Van Raamsdonk of the University of British Columbia gave an elegant argument for this process. Suppose the fields at the boundary are not entangled—they form a pair of uncorrelated systems. They correspond to two separate universes, with no way to travel between them. When the systems become entangled, it is as if a tunnel, or wormhole, opens up between those universes, and a spaceship can go from one to the other. As the degree of entanglement increases, the wormhole shrinks in length, drawing the universes together until you would not even speak of them as two universes anymore. “The emergence of a big spacetime is directly tied into the entangling of these field theory degrees of freedom,” Van Raamsdonk says. When we observe correlations in the electromagnetic and other fields, they are a residue of the entanglement that binds space together.

Many other features of space, besides its contiguity, may also reflect entanglement. Van Raamsdonk and Brian Swingle, now at the University of Maryland, College Park, argue that the ubiquity of entanglement explains the universality of gravity—that it affects all objects and cannot be screened out. As for black holes, Leonard Susskind of Stanford University and Juan Maldacena of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J., suggest that entanglement between a black hole and the radiation it has emitted creates a wormhole—a back-door entrance into the hole. That may help preserve information and ensure that black hole physics is reversible.

Whereas these string theory ideas work only for specific geometries and reconstruct only a single dimension of space, some researchers have sought to explain how all of space can emerge from scratch. For instance, ChunJun Cao, Spyridon Michalakis and Sean M. Carroll, all at the California Institute of Technology, begin with a minimalist quantum description of a system, formulated with no direct reference to spacetime or even to matter. If it has the right pattern of correlations, the system can be cleaved into component parts that can be identified as different regions of spacetime. In this model, the degree of entanglement defines a notion of spatial distance.

In physics and, more generally, in the natural sciences, space and time are the foundation of all theories. Yet we never see spacetime directly. Rather we infer its existence from our everyday experience. We assume that the most economical account of the phenomena we see is some mechanism that operates within spacetime. But the bottom-line lesson of quantum gravity is that not all phenomena neatly fit within spacetime. Physicists will need to find some new foundational structure, and when they do, they will have completed the revolution that began just more than a century ago with Einstein.

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Long Heads and SCIET

Long Heads and SCIET

Can Cranial Deformation Change the Mind?

Paracas Peru is famous for its ancient cemeteries whose mummies have elongated heads, although these types of skulls are found all over the world.  Some are the result of artificial cranial deformation, but others are natural. As expected, the ancient people’s DNA has been tested and found to be different from normal humans, since it was taken from those with distinctly non-human skulls.  The many that were found with artificial cranial deformation were thought to have adopted it for cultural reasons, probably for higher social status, but there may be a functional reason as well. 

SCIET Theory offers a concept of neurological function based on the interaction of scalar fields generated by all matter, and it suggests that this interaction compounds, or increases in frequency when similar fields are involved. In the case of the brain and how it works to model the environment, the idea builds on the duality of the nervous system inputs to each hemisphere of the brain. Using this theory, the dual inputs create a set of interactive fields whose combination results in a third one that is a multiple of the two original fields.

This image from the Museum in Paracas Puru shows a natural dolichocephalic skull on the left and an artificial cranial deformed one on the right

This approach is controversial because the ability of the scalar fields to compound into higher frequencies is not tested, primarily because it is generated at very low power and in frequencies that are not electromagnetic in nature. Evolved from the fields created by Platinum Group elements in the high spin state in the cells and synaptic gaps, they are referred to as Meissner Fields. They are the result of superconductivity at the elemental level compounded throughout the entire body. We can surmise that the fields exist because of the volume of these elements found in the body, and there is no other explanation for their presence.

Brain Lateralization

These fields are intrinsic to the operation of the nervous system, and by the structure and arrangement of the inputs and the parts of the brain we can model their size and location. Assuming that the nervous system is built up from these fields and that it evolved in their presence, the role of the brain in synthesizing the frequencies of consciousness becomes clear using SCIET Theory.

The etheric fields surrounding the body are emanated by the cells. The midline of the body defines a natural pattern of interaction with the material and living environment because the cells are both matter and etheric. The movement over the surface generates flow from the center around both sides and combines with the sensory centers of the brain to generate opposing polarities that synthesize or balance to generate a mid-point field that is a magnitude faster and finer than the two that created it. This is the Focal Consciousness Field

The mechanism for compounding the fields is called the mid-point field in SCIET Theory, it is basic to all compound interactions in nature beginning with the formation of atoms, and in the brain it is generated by simultaneous inputs to each brain half by the sensory nervous system. The inputs firing simultaneously on opposite sides of the brain stimulate the creation of a third field that is a compound of both sides.

The body moves through the environment, which is an ocean of these scalar fields created by the planets multi-billion year journey through space. In addition to the built up spherical fields, the volume of molecular matter is structured by the layers of memory fields around the planet created by the rotation and resonance with all other moving fields. This is illustrated in the above graphic.

Stereoscopic vision is an example. Examining this idea, a researcher is struck by the fact that the primary region where the mid-points must be located in an empty space between the two hemispheres. These four cavities are referred to as the ventricles, and they are filled with cerebral spinal fluid. Based on this we can propose that the midpoint interaction of the hemispheric fields does not require neuronal network to function, because it operates at frequencies unrelated to the cellular tissue.

Returning to the distribution of sensory regions in the brain, the mirroring is not exact between the two halves and this suggests that there may be distinct frequency sets involved with each hemisphere. Hemispheric specialization, or lateralization is well known in popular culture with each side of the brain being responsible for different types of mental processing.

We now know that the default communication between cells in the body is based on light. Photonics communication is observed in the body and in the brain as well. So the specialization to process sound to manage speech is an addition to what is needed for normal survival by people. It may also suggest that speech itself is the result of an epigenetic adjustment by humanity that dramatically increased the availability of dopamine.

Dopamine Increases

Brain lateralization creates special areas on both sides of the brain dedicated to certain functions, with a particular emphasis in humans on speech and language, along with dominance of one side for the expression of the will. These features in humans rely on an enhanced use of dopamine. Its increased availability is due to adaptations related verbal language and vocabulary, and does not depend on specialized brain centers. Broccas region in humans is pivotal to speech, but in other primates it functions with much simpler sounds such as the variable screeches of a monkey. Apparently its role is not governed by its physiology but by the other features of the brain such as the availability of neurotransmitters and the scalar fields with which it stores information. If it is damaged the ability to manage those factors is limited or destroyed.

The senses input similar information along pathways to each side of the body and this causes a polarity imbalance that stimulates an electrical discharge between the sides of the brain. This discharge serves multiple functions since it is affecting both the nervous tissue and the field they generate. One function is to drive the formation of synaptic connections between the brain halves, creating the corpus callosum, and the other is to fix the recall of the immaterial scalar field associated with the experience that created the neuronal connection.

The process of thinking involves left-right discharge related to both visual and verbal inputs, apparently stimulating synaptogenesis, the synaptic formations created by sensory nervous system in response experience. Verbal in particular has evolved specific areas of the brain to handle sounds. It can be argued that the default processing of the brain is based on light, so the visual processing is inherent to the brain, while speech is a later add-on in human development.

Changing the availability of certain neurotransmitters may be a key adaptation to enable increased verbal abilities. Dopamine levels are shown to be pivotal to properly functioning linear or verbal processing in humans, at the same time the lack of it contributes to enhanced visual or spacial processing.

With the addition of enhanced dopamine in humans, the likelyhood that the left-right hemispheric specialization has given rise to different forms of processing on each side of the brain has increased. The ability to make voluntary choices to move the body is clearly shown to be related to dopamine.

Studies show that dopamine drives left-hemispheric lateralization of neural networks during human speech. How dopamine does this is shown to not be dependent on physical pathways, so the field interactions working with dopamine levels can be surmised to be related to electrical activity observed between the hemispheres during voluntary actions. This research supports the idea that hemispheric lateralization is related to the increase of dopamine levels.

In another article, Mission to Earth, I discuss the idea that humans were using a form of telepathy enabled by the global resonant temple complex until the end of the third millennium BC when the Temple were destroyed by global storms. What is inferred by this is that during the period following that disaster humanity was forced to depend on spoken language entirely and this required a lot more dopamine for the brain to manage speech. This could only happen with adaptations to the epigenetic markers in the genes. More than a thousand years pass before humanity demonstrates the quality of self-awareness according to Julian Jaynes in his Bicameral Brain theory, it is said to be capacity for introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as separate from the environment. According to Jaynes Bicameral Brain theory it took more than a thousand years after the Confusion of Tongues for humanity to develop this ability. This is probably forty or more generations. Dopamine is a key adaptation for modern man, because its increased presence does not need to be supported by DNA, but can be based on epigenetic coding instead.

How brain lateralization is affected by different shapes of the skull is not obvious, but research on the history of cultures that were predominantly dolichocephalic or long skulled, indicates that they were much less aggressive than their round skulled counterparts. In fact most of the ancient populations with long heads were matrilineal Goddess worshipers and their communities ended when round head invaders murdered them and heaped their bones into their homes and burned them. Understanding how being long headed predisposes an individual to be gentler and more philosophic is an important question.

The Resonant Cavity of the Skull

This article is focused on examining the consequences of changes to physiology of the brain and the resonant cavity of the skull. The reported changes in personality in individuals who have undergone cranial deformation to elongate their skulls are related to being more calm and thoughtful.

This comparison of a dolichocephalic individual with normal human is proportional to the location of the facial features

The efforts of the brain to harmonize its charge state and use this to drive the sorting, analysis and storing of experience using fields makes sense, as does the layout of opposing sensory centers.

The graphic on the right was done to compare the physiology of the face and skull of both a long headed and round headed individual, with both aligned eye-to-eye, nose-to-nose and chin-to-chin the comparison reveals that dolichocephalic individual’s longer and narrower skull extended the brain backward significantly with the same volume of brain mass. This is an example of a cranial deformed normal human whose skull has been compressed with a clamping device during the first four years of growth. The result changes the shape of the brain as well as the skull, making the brain hemispheres closer together, shortening the distance across the ventricles and lengthening the sensory input regions within the brain. If the skull were a musical instrument, it would definitely make a different sound, and in this context the resonance of mental processes.

The ventricles are filled with fluid and are where the midpoint field centers during sensory input discharge.

The efforts of the brain to harmonize its charge state and use this to drive the sorting, analysis and storing of experience using fields makes sense, as does the left-right discharge between related neural inputs. In this context it would be natural to assume that there would be an optimum brain shape and layout of opposing sensory centers.

This is where the challenge of understanding the mental effects of cranial deformation begins. The main issue concerns the effect of narrowing the ventricles between the brain halves and moving the sensory centers of the brain closer to one another. Doing this makes the left-right electrical discharge travel a shorter distance and the scalar fields generated compound differently. The migration of axon and dendrites between the brain halves is shorter and this also makes the corpus callosum longer during it development as well. The inputs must be the same, so the only difference is in the generated fields proximity to one another and the resulting mid-point values.

The proportional difference in the length of the brain is obvious in the illustration above. The dolocephalic brain is about twenty percent longer in this image.

Modeling the visual focus field of the brain depends on the eye sensory centers located between the ears and occipital regions of the brain at the back of the head. Clearly this is affected by narrowing the head which increases the distance to the visual imaging area. In SCIET this is used for projecting the Point of Awareness and intention.

Another concept in SCIET Theory that is related is the awareness of time and future potentials present in every action, which may be interpreted as a spiritual quality. Lengthening the visual field increases the awareness of the environment while enhancing peripheral vision. Since sensory fields and their processes overlap within the brain, all are affected by the physiological change. We can only guess how it impacts the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual components of the personality.

Archeological Evidence

These long head skulls are from Malta, where they ae stored in a basement room. This photo was taken in the seventies and is one of the rare images of the Malta long headed people who were found stuffed in The Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni sanctuary.

We find that during the third millennium there were a wave of barbarous invasions into the area where many dolichocephalic populations lived in Europe and the Mediterranean. In Malta the long headed people were found in The Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni stacked to the ceiling, their bodies apparently interred without ceremony by invaders intent on eliminating them and their Goddess worshiping culture.

This is seen in communities in ancient England as well, where the villages were attacked and the residents stacked in their long houses like bags of potatoes with evidence of violent death. It may have been a type of religious conflict driven by orders from the leaders of the attackers. It seems similar to the circumstances of the the Israelite attacks on Cannan, which were directed to eliminate hybrid humans and replace them with pure humans. Certainly it can be assumed that the long headed people were genetically different from he round headed people, whether the long heads were a pure genetic strain or mixed would have made no difference to a group intent on wiping that race from the face of the Earth.

This is the skull of a woman from Romania who died in Bavaria in the sixth century AD

Whether it is myth or fact, we have heard that the disaster of 9400 BC was engineered to eliminate what was considered a contaminated genome from the planet. We know that those efforts were not entirely successful, and that many areas on the surface escaped devastation, Whatever populations lived there continued to proliferate and stories like the one from the Bible about attacking Canaan and killing every living thing suggest that genetic contamination had to be a factor in this attitude.

In modern times the effort to eliminate the long heads continues in the form of denying the existence of the skulls throughout Europe and the Americas. Only since the Internet came into existence has this embargo on information been broken. Museums have consistently hidden the long skulls, storing them away from public view. Recent finds in Puru and the resulting publicity have avoided this fate and we now know that these skulls are from a people with a different DNA than normal humans.

For example, in many areas of the world, the custom of cranial deformation was practiced until those who did so were forced to stop by religious or political authorities. The practice seems strange to modern people, but apparently it served some purpose to those doing it. Of course it happened beginning shortly after birth, so however it started, the ones whose heads were deformed knew nothing about how it would be without it.

Culture of Long Heads

We do know a few things about the long headed people, where they lived and when. Some populations like the ones in Peru continued up to the time of William the Conqueror in isolated regions on the Southern coast of Peru, and their influence continued to inspire some tribal peoples to use head binding to lengthen their skulls.

A population that practiced cranial deformation, the Nahai-speaking area of Tomman Island and the south south-western Malakulan (Australasia), believe that a person with an elongated head is more intelligent, of higher status, and closer to the world of the spirits.[28]

Channeled Insights

Long Skulls in Egypt were found in the same burial areas as the aristocracy of Egypt and seem to be considered the Priest class of that society. In this channeled insight posted here, Elizabeth Haich explains the view of the Pharaoh on the differences between long heads and round heads.

Elisabeth Haich was a spiritual teacher and author of several books dedicated to spiritual subjects. The below quote is from her best known book, Initiation, Haich describes early experiences of her life in Hungary, as well as details of her past life during which she was initiated by her uncle, Ptahhotep, in ancient Egypt. In the following chapter of this book she describes why some people in the Egyptian aristocracy had elongated heads, and where their race came from.

Ever since my childhood father has been accustomed to my questions, and he now answers me as patiently as ever: ‘You have a mirror, and you have seen your head in this mirror, haven’t you?’ ‘Yes, Father, I see my head every day when Menu does my hair.’ ‘And what have you noticed?’ asks father. ‘That I have a much longer head than the sons of men in general. But you too, and Ptahhotep and most of the people in our race—the Sons of God, as people call us—have the same longer head form. It’s noticeable even in spite of the kerchief or head-gear or ornaments the person might be wearing. How is it, Father? Why is the shape of our heads different from that of the heads of the sons of men?’

Right now we are living in such a period of transition in which changes are noticeable. One of these phenomena is evident in the fact that various races of people with roundish skulls are led and governed by rulers who are spiritually greatly superior to them and who are even different from them physically. They have a more graceful figure and an elongated cranium.

Those of us who have this elongated skull make relatively little use of our intellects because we are able to experience truth directly with our inner sight. Our forehead is not heavily arched, because in our heads the brain centres having to do with the power of thinking are only developed to the point necessary for us to perceive and consciously experience external impressions. On the contrary, in the rear part of our cranium we possess fully developed brain centres, the physical instruments of spiritual revelation. These brain centres enable us to be conscious on the divine plane and give us those superior qualities and characteristics which distinguish us from the sons of men. Human beings, in their consciousness, live in time and space. We, although we too inhabit earthly bodies, enjoy the perfect spiritual freedom, in freedom from time and space. Through the power of the divine consciousness and with the help of these brain centres, we are able to move freely in time and space. ‘This means that we are able to shift our consciousness into the past or into the future at will. In other words, we are able to experience the past and the future as present. And with the same ease we can free ourselves from the hindrance of space and move our consciousness to any place we wish. In this condition there is no “here” and no “there”, but only omnipresence. For past and future—here and there—are only different aspects, different projections of the one and only reality, the eternal omnipresent Being: GOD.

It is interesting that it mentions the idea that the fore brain used by modern humans to recall our experiences and plan activities is mentioned as being unnecessary to the “Sons of God” because they use the fully developed brains centers of spiritual revelation in the back of the head. These ideas are consistent with what would be expected by lengthening the skull, but we cannot address how a naturally evolved Long Head was like, we are only looking at why normal humans would opt to narrow the skulls of their infant children. There must have been perceived advantages, and it may have involved being more spiritual and even the ability to communicate telepathically with others having the same type of skull as mentioned in the quote above.

Long Heads and SCIET Summary

In popular literature and on the Internet, what is referred to as Long Heads is of two types in the modern era of archeology, natural long heads and cranial deformed long heads. This article addresses the second type as a means to examine the effects of narrowing the skull of a normal human being.

The practice of artificial cranial deformation was widely practices until it was forbidden by colonial invaders in the last 400 hundred years. In some tribes on islands and the interior of the continents it may continue today. Although it was frowned upon by churches and authorities because it represented an older culture, there was no practical reason for banning it, unless it was considered abusive to the child. This may well have been the reason cited by the colonials.

What is obvious is that those practicing cranial deformation did it for a reason, and what is reported about those so affected, is that they were more spiritual and wiser in their reactions to others.

Brain cavity analysis of those born normal and artificially deformed shows that their brain processes were different because of it. Illustrated above is an increase on the length of the brain by 20 percent, making their visual fields subject to the influence of other regions of the brain during processing. Whether or not this made them wiser or more philosophical is not known, but that is the character reported by the historical information available today.

The history of long headed people from the archeological record indicates that the naturally long headed were not war like, being Goddess worshippers within a matrilineal society. These people lived everywhere on the planet and that until the third millennium they prospered throughout the Mediterranean, Indus Valley and Europe, at which time invading tribes of patrilineal people engaged in a campaign of genocide against them. We know that the Celts and Aryans both committed genocide against the long headed people, but there is no explanation for why.

One idea that comes forward now is derived from research related to the influence of off world beings. It appears that the long headed beings were a hybrid of the off world culture, and that the round headed ones were the intended “inheritors of the Earth”, an idea, that if true would suggest that the round heads, the humans, were instructed by their “Gods”to exterminate them and eliminate their genes from the planet. Research on the DNA of the Paracas long heads has established that they are not “homo sapiens” but another variety of human entirely.

The Sumerian tablets tell that a great flood was called for by one of the Sumerian Gods, and that it caused humanity to be pushed to the brink of extinction, necessitating intervention by introducing genetically adapted cereal crops and domesticated animals. The cataclysm must have so damaged the environment that they could no longer forage for food successfully.

What we learned from the research is that long headedness made people more gentle, thoughtful, philosophical and peaceful. Unfortunately this made them easy targets for violent invaders who used this quality against them in their invasions.

It may have been that the natural long heads had a marked advantage over the humans in terms of mental abilities. They may have been able to communicate telepathically, overwhelm the self control of normal humans and other capabilities that we would consider paranormal. Some of the skulls in Paracas are so different, with such larger brain cavities that suggesting they could do more seems logical.

What the natural long heads were like in terms of their culture can only be surmised from the archeological record in places like Paracas Peru, where large cemetery sites have been excavated during the last fifty years. While many cultures bury people with weapons, these are conspicuously missing from the funerary sites. Jewelry, woven cloth and personal items dominate their grave goods. The end of their culture along the coast of Peru did not indicate a violent end. Whether a calamity like a tidal wave or an epidemic was responsible is unknown, but if this did happen it is very likely that afterward the remaining people continued until the last one died or moved to another known society.

Dane Arr
July 12, 2019

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Point of Awareness in the Mental Body

Point of Awareness in the Mental Body

According many who have experienced it, going out of body was the game-changer in their quest for spiritual knowledge.

James Gilliland and Jason Quitt are two who have said this, and both have really good credibility in this regard, James has been connecting with higher dimensional beings for many years and his home in the mountains of Washington is famous for sightings of inter-dimensional beings and craft. ECETI Ranch hosts interested people from all over the world and all say they have seen there what they have never seen anywhere else. But long before James lived in the mountains he began to have out of body experiences that changed his life.  More about James

Jason Quitt has written several books based on his experiences with OBE, and he offers sincere insights about what he learned. From the biographical section on his page at Coast to Coast “He is a graduate of the Institute of Energy Wellness and a student of Algonquin Shamanism. He is a channeller of universal and dimensional energies of healing, he combines these methods and modalities of energy medicine, shamanism, and dowsing to assist those on their own personal paths of healing and enlightenment.” See Jason’s website.

James and Jason discovered they have an ability to go out-of-body by accident, the first experiences were unexpected and surprising to them, so it is safe to say that they have a natural ability for it and it is probably part of their soul mission to do so.  Spontaneous out of body may be similar to what many people experience when they are in deep contemplation of some puzzle, which seems to solve itself with a vision about how it works or how it happened.  The see it and know it, but do not think they are out of body. This may be a property of the Point of Awareness connecting to the reality in spacetime and going there.


Long before James and Jason came on the scene a couple in Florida were teaching people to have Out of Body Experiences that seemed too simple and easy to be real. William and Diane Swygard taught people techniques that were popular at colleges and among young people in the sixties and seventies. In spite of how easy it is, the Awareness Techniques provided many thousands of people with real insight about their past lives and gave them an opportunity to communicate with higher dimensional ETs as well.

One of the things about the Awareness Techniques that made them successful was the use of “runners”, a second person who assisted the person who wanted to go out of body. When people became familiar this was not necessary anymore, but it helped get people started.