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Helix Nebula, "Das Auge Gottes"
Fotokollage aufgenommen von der Erde
aus dem Weltraum durch das Hubble Teleskop (2004)
NASA, ESA, C.R. O'Dell (Vanderbilt University)

 

 

  • In den Experimenten über Atomvorgänge haben wir mit Dingen und Tatsachen zu tun, mit Erscheinungen, die ebenso wirklich sind wie irgendwelche Erscheinungen im täglichen Leben. Aber die Atome oder die Elementarteilchen sind nicht ebenso wirklich. Sie bilden eher eine Welt von Tendenzen und Möglichkeiten als eine von Dingen und Tatsachen. Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) deutscher theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Heisenbergschen Unschärferelation, 1927, Physiknobelpreisträger, 1932, Physik und Philosophie, Hirzel, Stuttgart, 7. korrigierte Auflage, 1. Dezember 2006

 

  • Zu oft glauben wir, außergewöhnliche Phänomene seien ein Geschenk Gottes. Dabei ist es doch meist nur das Selbst, das sich als Gott maskiert, das Selbst, das sein Überleben in göttlicher Verkleidung absichert. Bernadette Roberts (*1931) ehemalige US-amerikanischer Karmeliterin, Kontemplative der katholischen Tradition, Autorin, zitiert in: Mariana Caplan, Ph.D., US-amerikanische Professorin für yogische und transpersonale Psychologie, Psychotherapeutin, Autorin, Auf halbem Weg zum Gipfel der Erleuchtung, Via Nova Verlag, 2002

General quotes

Personal avowals

  • Healthy skepticism plays an important part in science, and stimulates research and critical thinking. Healthy skeptics are open-minded and interested in evidence. By contrast, dogmatic skeptics are committed to the belief that "paranormal" phenomena are impossible, or at least so improbable as to merit no serious attention. Hence any evidence for such phenomena must be illusory. Several such Skeptics have attacked my research on morphic resonance, the unexplained powers of animals, the sense of being stared at and telepathy.
    Most of them are associated with CSI, the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (formerly called CSICOP, the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal), an organization devoted to debunking evidence for "paranormal" phenomena, and to promoting skeptical claims in the media. CSI publishes the Skeptical Inquirer. The Magazine of Science and Reason. Rupert Sheldrake (*1942) English biochemist, plant physiologist, researcher in parapsychology and morphic resonance, author, About the Skeptic, presented by sheldrake.org, undated

 

Recommendations

  • Beware of ventures requiring new clothes. Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) US American historian, philosopher, leading transcendentalist, naturalist, abolitionist, surveyor, tax resister, development critic, poet, author, source unknown

 

Conclusion

  • An extraordinary claim requires extraordinary proof. Marcello Truzzi (1935-2003) Danish-American professor of sociology, New College of Florida, Eastern Michigan University, co-chairman of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), founder of the Society for Scientific Exploration, director for the Center for Scientific Anomalies Research, On the Extraordinary: An Attempt at Clarification, Zetetic Scholar, volume 1, no. 1, S. 11, 1978

 

Beware grandiosity

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Bhagwan Rajneesh's paranormal powers

  • Bhagwan gradually began to acquire for use the characteristics of a supernatural being [...] there was still something beyond the usual range of abilities. He did have paranormal powers, though not perhaps in the measure he claimed or quite in the way it seemed in those enchanted early days when we felt he could do no wrong. Hugh Milne [Prince of Esalen] (*1948) Scottish osteopath, teacher of craniosacral therapy, Bhagwan's bodyguard (1973-1982), author, Bhagwan. The God That Failed, S. 71-72, St Martin's Press, 1st edition 1. April 1987
  • Appearances to the mind are of four kinds.
    1. Things either are what they appear to be;
    2. or they neither are, nor appear to be;
    3. or they are, and do not appear to be;
    4. or they are not, and yet appear to be.
Rightly to aim in all these cases is the wise man’s task.
Epictetus (~50-~138 AD) Greek stoic philosopher

 

  • For the great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances, as though they were realities, and are often more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are. Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) Italian civil servant of the Florentine Republic, humanist, historian, diplomat, political philosopher, founder of modern political science, writer, Discourses on Livy, ~1517

 

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Transcendent intercourse

  • Transcendent sex can result in:
    • Becoming whole and shedding a lifetime of shame? and guilt? about sexuality.
    • Healing from sexual trauma and abuse to enjoy making love.
    • Acquiring paranormal abilities for healing? or psychic gifts.
    • Creating healthier lives, especially leaving dysfunctional relationships and careers.
    • Becoming a spiritual seeker after a lifetime of atheism?, doubt, or a religion? that did not fit.
Jenny Wade, Ph.D., US American developmental psychologist, researcher, lecturer, consultant, Transcendent Sex. When Lovemaking Opens the Veil, Paraview Pocket, original edition 6. April 2004

 

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Shroud of Turin

  • Exploring the mysteries of The Shroud of Turin pushes science and the rational mind into abstraction and submission; for the answers reside in the timelessness of the eternal and reveal themselves in paradox. James Andrew Barrett, US American student of religious and mystical traditions, heart intelligence researcher, lecturer, author, presented by silentgospel.com, 2007

 

  • Swimming: From the outside looking in, you can't understand it.
    From the inside looking out, you can't explain it. Anonymous

 

Cupid's poisoned arrow – Paranormal romance

  • [R]elationship self-help books dealing with toxic relationships, trauma and addictions, emotional vampires, dangerous men, and psychopathology […] [n]one address the paranormal element of orchestration and interference in conjunction with being drained emotionally, in a powerfully connected love relationship that doesn't end well. While there is often a level of psychopathology present in one of the partners, such as addiction or narcissism, it does not explain other anomalous characteristics of the relationship. Eve Lorgen, US American UFO/alien abduction researcher, consultant in anomalous trauma, hypnotherapist, coach, author, The Dark Side of Cupid. Love Affairs, the Supernatural, and Energy Vampirism, Keyhole Publishing Company, 1st Kindle edition 28. July 2012

 

  • Is Cupid a type of a reptilian or another being that is feeding on humanity and playing us on a chessboard with our love relationships? […] If these beings are doing that they are missing something.
    The sexual energy or what I call shakti-prana-kundalini energy is the prized drug of the reptilians. They know how to activate those energy centers in our body so that that happens. So sometimes when people have these experiences [a love bite] they think it is really blissful and wonderful and they are getting spiritually enlightened, but at the same time these beings are messing with them and they get very confused. [...] They find themselves having these interdimensional attacks from linked entities. Video interview with Eve Lorgen, US American UFO/alien abduction researcher, consultant in anomalous trauma, hypnotherapist, coach, author, Paranormal Romance MP3, presented by Freeman TV, host Freeman, film maker, TV producer, radio talk show host, lecturer, author, YouTube film, minute 16:15 and 16:52, 55:21 minutes duration, posted 9. March 2015

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

Recommendation

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Astral circus

  • Avoid (and that means to not even 'dabble' with) the supernatural [paranormal phenomenons] by whatever name it calls itself. Let us realize that this world has been blessed indeed by very great spiritual teachers and teachings, all of which are complete and total, and there is no need for pseudo-teachings from 'other realms', no matter how impressively, piously, or seductively presented. Dr. David R. Hawkins, I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 262, 2003
⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

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See:

Astrologie, Nummerologie

  • The database is the origin of all information obtained sub- or suprarationally – by intuition or premonition, by divination or dream, or simply by "lucky" guess. It's the foundation of genius, the well of inspiration, and the source of "uncanny" psychic knowledge, including "foreknowledge". It is, of course the inventory drawn upon by kinesiological testing. Thinkers who are troubled by the notion of "paranormal" or nonrational knowledge usually balk at logical – or illogical – inconsistensies with Newtonian concepts [max. LoC 499] of silmultaneity, causality, or time and space. But it's a bigger universe than that. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. 227-228, Hay House, February 2002

 

 

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The Paranormal ⇔ the supernatural

Dichotomy [i.e. level clash] between the prerational and the postrational stages

  • Paranormal phenomena are confused with the supernatural and are attractive to the curious. Traditional scripture, as well as highly evolved sages and teachers, warn "not to go there" because the astral realms are not spiritual and represent other realms and dimensions for which the human mind is not equipped with protective discernment. Thus, it is perilous to invoke spirits and otherworldly entities. Occult practices have a sizable and unseen downsize, despite the popularity of various Tantric exercises, "white magic," incarnations, Tarot cards, channeled masters, psychic readers, etc. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter "Spiritual Truth", S. 390, 2005

 

  • Traditional scripture, as well as highly evolved sages and teachers, warn "not to go there" [paranormal phenomenons] because the astral realms are not spiritual and represent other realms and dimensions for which the human mind is not equipped with protective discernment. Thus, it is perilous to invoke spirits and otherworldly entities. Occult practices have a sizeable and unseen downside. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 17 "Spiritual Truth", subheading "The Paranormal", S. 391, 2005

 

 

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Expect a miracle, pray a storm

  • When phenomena appear that are beyond the expectations of logic or reason, they tend to become described as ‘mystical, ineffable, or miraculous’ to denote the consequence of intention and the response of the contextual field that results in emergence. Therefore, to 'expect a miracle,' or 'pray for the highest good' accelerates the resolution of a perceived problem. This is facilitated by surrendering judgmentalism or the desire to control outcomes. Thus, one is ‘responsible for the effort and not the results’ (a dictum of twelve-step spiritual groups). Dr. David R. Hawkins, Transcending the Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, Section V "Spiritual Transformation", S. 310 [312], 2006

 

Englische Texte – English section on Phenomenons

Emergence of the white animals

At their peak, the American bison, or buffalo, numbered about 80 million, and the chances of a white, nonalbino, buffalo being born were about one in 10 million.


Sacred white buffalo Big Medicine (1933-1959)
lived on the National Bison Range, Montana

Today, there are only about 130,000 buffalo. Still, on August 20, 1994 a white buffalo calf was born on a farm in Janesville, Wisconsin. Native American Legend White Buffalo Calf Woman, presented by crystalinks.com, undated

 

The Native American prophecy on the white buffalo states:

When the white buffalo is born, the day of the Creator is at hand.

 

Since 1994 a host of other white animals has appeared. Noteworthy is that these white animals are not albinos.

 

Video sources:
Sacred White Animals – Native American, YouTube film, 8:07 minutes duration, posted 21. April 2010
White Animals Mystery, YouTube film, 1:11 minutes duration, posted 16. April 2008
Reference: ► White Buffalo mythology: Egyptian Book of the Dead, chapter 84, ~1550 BCE-~50 BCE
Reference: en.Wikipedia entry White buffalo
See also: ► Animals and ► Emergence and ► White Buffalo Calf Woman

 

Links zum Thema Paranormale phänomenale Erscheinungen / Paranormal phenomena

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks


Paranormale Forscher

  • Walter von Lucadou (*1945) deutscher Physiker, Psychologe, Parapsychologe, Autor
  • Illobrand von Ludwiger (*1937) deutscher Astrophysiker, Leiter der Wissenschaftlergruppe MUFON-CES, jahrzehntelange interdisziplinäre UFO-Forschung
  • Prof. Charles Tart (*1937) US-amerikanischer transpersonaler Psychologe, Parapsychologe, Bewusstseinsforscher, Autor

External web links (engl.)


Paranormal researchers

  • Thomas Campbell MyBigTOE.com (*1944) US American physicist, consciousness researcher, The Monroe Institute (TMI), London School of Economics, author on physics, metaphysics and the consciousness connection
  • Eve Lorgen, US American UFO/alien abduction researcher, consultant in anomalous trauma, hypnotherapist, coach, author
  • Lloyd Pye (1946-2013) US American paranormal researcher best known for his promotion of the Starchild skull, author
  • Richard Rose (1917-2005) US American mystic, esoteric philosopher, investigator of paranormal phenomena, poet, author
  • Charles T. Tart, Ph.D. (*1937) US American professor of psychology, parapsychologist, consciousness researcher, co-founder of transpersonal psychology, president of ISSSEEM, author
  • Marcello Truzzi (1935-2003) Danish-American professor of sociology, New College of Florida, Eastern Michigan University, co-chairman of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), founder of the Society for Scientific Exploration, director for the Center for Scientific Anomalies Research
  • Colin Wilson (1931-2013) English philosopher, novelist, prolific writer on true crime, mysticism and the paranormal

Audio- und Videolinks

Filme und Dokumentarfilme

Audio and video links (engl.)

  • Video interview with James Andrew Barrett, US American student of religious and mystical traditions, creator of a real-time heart (variability rate) biofeedback device to demonstrate principles and spectra signature of compassion (1996-2000), The Silent Gospel, presented by the US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith, 38:05 minutes duration, June 2007   Subject to fee
    "Through the sciences, I've come to know that the burial shroud known as The Shroud of Turin, is a genuine mystery left for these times, for only now do we have the technical sophistication to fully explore the richness of the object as well as the intention underlying the creation. Following simply the science, a path of exploration draws one to the silent testament embedded within those ancient fibers, a testament that speaks to the Nature of Reality and man's place in that Reality. It is beautiful beyond words."
  • Video (DVD excerpt) interview with Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D. (*1939) US American theoretical physicist, author on quantum physics and consciousness, Physics & the Paranormal (excerpt), presented by the weekly public television series Thinking Allowed (PBS) (1988-2002), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., US American director of the Intuition Network, program dean of the University of Philosophical Research, TV host YouTube film, 10:09 minutes duration, posted 30. August 2010

Sarfatti's "post-quantum physics" model – consciousness exists outside of time and space, beyond that of quantum mechanical probability waves.

 

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