Summary of Science of Field

Posted on 29th October 2014




These machines were first developed by former Boeing physicist Helmut Schmidt    REGs formed the basis of 25 years of consciousness research by Robert Jahn and psychologist Brenda Dunne at Princeton’s PEAR lab. They developed sophisticated studies examining whether human minds could affect highly sensitive equipment governed by a random process. . Over more than 2.5 million trials, Jahn and Dunne have demonstrated that human intention can affect the machines in one direction or the other. Their work has been replicated by 68 other investigators




Ultra low noise CCD   cameras   have photographed a faith healer’s energy pouring from his hands. Dr. Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona has a CCD camera- t that can photograph faint light from outer space. He uses it to photograph biophoton emissions, the tiny current of light that has been discovered to emanate from all living things. He has photographed an increase in this light flowing from the dominant hands of healers while ‘sending’ healing.



A Faraday cage or Faraday shield is an enclosure formed by conductive material or by a mesh of such material. Such an enclosure blocks external static and non-static electric fields by channelling electricity through the mesh, providing constant voltage on all sides of the enclosure. This it is a large electromagnetically sealed enclosure so that human electromagnetic   physiological responses cannot penetrate it. Within the Institute of Noetic Sciences in California, there is a lab with a one-ton solid steel, double-walled, electromagnetically shielded enclosure, which blocks out all electromagnetic energy.


To test whether mind-to-mind information might somehow be conveyed by a form of

electromagnetic radiation (like radio waves),  researchers enclosed the recipients within steel walls and Faraday screening. Each sender was shown one of four pictures, either on a card or a video screen, at randomized intervals; and each recipient wrote down what came into her or his mind. Despite the steel and copper shielding, the receivers’ overall accuracy rate was 33.2%, which elementary statistics predicts should occur by chance only once in 1015 attempts




Hodge’s work is featured in the March, 2007, issue of Research on Social Work Practice, found that prayer offered on behalf of another yields positive results.”  Prayer groups have healed people and also have affected REG machines. At least 150 studies of prayer and healing have shown positive results. Dr. Nelson’s Global Consciousness Project has tracked measurable changes in REG machines after many global prayer events.



The CIA, ran remote viewing programs. These programs, run by CIA partnering with Stanford Research Institute’s then directors, physicists Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ, conclusively demonstrated that even novices could see things beyond the reach of visual sense. Russell Targ is a physicist and author who was a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and was co-founder of the Stanford Research Institute’s investigation into psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s for the CIA. This previously classified work, in what is now widely known as remote viewing, was published in Nature.


1 Oct 1972 CIA awards SRI $50K exploratory contract.
Sept 1972 Russell Targ joins the RV program at SRI.
Summer 1973 Pat Price and Ingo Swann remote view NSA’s Sugar Grove facility in West Virginia.
July 1974 Pat Price’s operational remote viewing of a facility near Semipalatinsk in USSR conducted.
18 Oct 1974 Russell Targ and Hall Puthoff publish article on remote viewing research in Nature.
July 1975 CIA terminates involvement in and funding of remote viewing.




The growth rate of plants. Canadian psychologist Bernard Grad carried out several studies showing that seeds irrigated with water held by a healer had a faster germination rate and growth than control. University of Arizona psychologist Gary Schwartz working with web-based intention experiments, ran six such successful experiments, and presented the results before the Society for Scientific Exploration in June 2008.


Eg the direction fish swim. Psychologist William Braud, then of the Mind Science Institute in Texas, ran such experiments in the 1970s.


INTENTIONALITY EFFECTS -William G. Braud, Ph.D. & Marilyn J. Schlitz, M.A


This paper describes a 13 year long, and still continuing, series of laboratory experiments that demonstrate that persons are able to exert direct mental influences upon a variety of biological systems that are situated at a distance from the influencer and shielded from all conventional informational and energetic influences. The spontaneously fluctuating activity of the target system is monitored objectively during random interspersed influence and no influence (control) periods while, in a distant room, a person attempts to influence the system’s activity in a pre-specified manner using mental processes of intentionality, focused attention, and imagery of desired outcomes.  Distantly influenced systems include: another person’s electrodermal activity, blood pressure, and muscular activity; the spatial orientation of fish; the loco motor activity of spatial orientation of fish; the locomotors activity of small ammals, the hemolysis of human red blood cells. The experiments are viewed as laboratory analogy of mental healing

BIOLOGICAL REACTIONS IN ONE’S OWN BODY. Hundreds of studies on biofeedback and the effects of intention on living systems carried out by scientists such as Braud or Marilyn Schlitz, president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, show that intention can affect just about every system of the body, including the autonomic nervous system, biochemistry and even brain waves. The evidence also shows that when people send intention to others, elements of their biological processes, such as heart activity, breathing rate, blood flow and brain waves, begin operating in synch.

THOUGHT EXPERIMENTS ON WATER, show that we can change the design of the crystals, depending on whether we use a positive or negative thought. This refers to the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto, author of The Hidden Messages in Water, who proposed that sending thoughts into water changes their crystalline patterns. Dean Radin of IONS successfully replicated Emoto’s work under controlled conditions.



5 per cent of the adult population of North America have had an NDE or near death experience. In his book Recollection of Death, Cardiologist Michael Sabom, details several independently confirmed autoscopic experiences. He concluded that none of the standard explanations is adequate to account for the accuracy brought back from out of body. In the information the subjects reported that they could see details of their surroundings that they could not have perceived by means of their physical senses. Psychologist, Kenneth Ring, after conducting a survey amongst twenty-six NDE’s assessing changes in attitude, concluded that after these experiences individuals tended to express a greater appreciation for life and more concern and love for their fellow human beings.


In 2008, a large-scale study involving 2060 patients from 15 hospitals in the United Kingdom, United States and Austria was launched. The AWARE (AWAreness during Resuscitation) study, sponsored by the University of Southampton in the UK, examined the broad range of mental experiences in relation to death. Researchers also tested the validity of conscious experiences using objective markers for the first time in a large study to determine whether claims of awareness compatible with out-of-body experiences correspond with real or hallucinatory events.

Dr Sam Parnia, Assistant Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Director of Resuscitation Research at The State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA,is the study’s lead author,

Results of the study have been published in the journal Resuscitation and are now available online. The study concludes:

  • The themes relating to the experience of death appear far broader than what has been understood so far, or what has been described as so called near-death experiences.
  • In some cases of cardiac arrest, memories of visual awareness compatible with so called out-of-body experiences may correspond with actual events.
  • A higher proportion of people may have vivid death experiences, but do not recall them due to the effects of brain injury or sedative drugs on memory circuits.
  • Widely used yet scientifically imprecise terms such as near-death and out-of-body experiences may not be sufficient to describe the actual experience of death. Future studies should focus on cardiac arrest, which is biologically synonymous with death, rather than ill-defined medical states sometimes referred to as ‘near-death’.
  • The recalled experience surrounding death merits a genuine investigation without prejudice.

“Thus, while it was not possible to absolutely prove the reality or meaning of patients’ experiences and claims of awareness, (due to the very low incidence (2 per cent) of explicit recall of visual awareness or so called OBE’s), it was impossible to disclaim them either and more work is needed in this area. Clearly, the recalled experience surrounding death now merits further genuine investigation without prejudice.”


It would seem from these illustrations that mind does have an integrating role beyond that of the matter in the brain although in normal circumstances matter and mind are inextricably interlinked.

Stanislav Grof in his talk in Beyond the Brain, 1990, stated that through transpersonal experience there is access to new information not through ordinary channels. There are two forms of learning – learning through observation, analysis and synthesis, and learning in state of being or direct experience. Grof talks about three kinds of experiences. Firstly, the ability to become objects or living entities encompassing the whole range of phenomena within the universe. An example of this category is provided in the successful research of remote viewing at Stanford Research Institute, California. Secondly, the ability to transcend linear time so that all past and future events can be experienced with all sensory modalities. These non-ordinary states of consciousness would include conception, birth, ancestors, collective racial memories and past life experiences. Thirdly, experiences which take you into realms that this culture does not consider to be objectively real, because they transcend space and time. They would include the collective unconscious and archetypes, for example: if a person experiences themselves as a God or Goddess. Also this will include such phenomena as channelling, spirit guides, universal mind and cosmic consciousness. Stanislav Grof uses these three categories as his form of cartography for psychic exploration.


Our linear vision of reality reduces things to the extent that we view phenomena as if they were isolated events unconnected with anything else. We seek for short term gain and do not realise that

1) Everything is connected,

2) The loss of one item diminishes everything exponentially, (like the loss of the Brazilian rainforests effects the lungs of the planet creating destructive climate changes,

3) Things work together synergically (the sum is more than the individual parts)

4) Nothing is really predetermined and foolproof – in the cloud chambers, the position of an electron is a probability – Nature is enigmatic!


Biofields are fields surrounding living biological objects.

These images, and thousands of others recorded in our laboratory, reveal not only that plants ‘‘glow in the dark’’ but also that biophoton emission imaging provides information about metabolic functioning, state of health of the organism, and that BE appears to be able to be modulated by the intention of a healer. Moreover, the patterns of light emitted by the plants extend beyond them creating ‘‘aura-like’’ structures around them that appear stronger when the plant parts are closer together, suggesting a dynamic feedback communication process involving mutual absorption and re-emission. As more research on the bio-informational aspects of light in biological systems unfolds, we will gain a better understanding of the role the photon plays in biological functioning and a greater insight into the nature of light


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