The Living Force
Thinkingfingers said:Divide By Zero said:Have you checked out the mystery of coral castle, as Laura wrote about in the Wave series? Leedskalnin was able to move huge coral stones and even perfectly balance them on tiny bearings. Nobody knows how he was able to move the coral, but there were some clues. He was obsessed with electrical and magnetic things, and both of his sites were around high voltage power lines. We only have a theory that links electricity and magnetism... gravity has not been connected to the others yet. But, in physics they are trying to do this (UNIFIED FIELD THEORY), which basically would open up the ability to manipulate gravity- and the potential is endless if gravity is indeed linked to time/space!
Perhaps there were times when the electrical energy of earth was changed and this allowed for these forces, like how possibly Leedskalnin did.
Or perhaps the wave includes a huge shifting of the laws of physics. Rupert Sheldrake explained how scientific constants have been observed to change- despite science thinking they should be static based on the "laws of the universe".
I'm all for finding out how these abilities could develop, but a lot of these claims are not objective and are based on hear say. It reminds me of the free energy devices that are claimed to work, but don't seem to work when tested.
That's an interesting notion, Kosta does redefine what he thinks these forces actually are in his second book. I'll make more posts soon.
And yes I have checked out coral castle, and I was thinking about this too since joining the yin and yang together generates a type of electricity. But more so gravity is said to be part of the yin force, and when you accumulate yang force through this method yin also accumulates to balance it out. We all should by now realize that there is much more to what we can do as humans, this does seem like it could be a link but again it could all be smoke and mirrors.
And I agree that this should be taken with a grain of sand, right now I'm ignoring the allure of "special abilities"(as they can blind us) and focusing on seeing if there is a connection with our history(at least) and if it can be understood.
One can certainly think about theories for gravity and electromagnetism; that's what Ark does. There are time travel/wormhole solutions for general relativity that are in principle basically the same thing as free energy. You could for example go to the past and keep getting the same battery over and over before it got drained though I would guess there's something that prevents this overall. Still, the math is basically energy conservation but over time (aka it is like borrowing energy from different times). Overall this math could derive from an information theory that has all information existing eternally and essentially means there really isn't fundamentally energy conservation. Even with a correct theory though, the engineering could still be quite difficult to do since something like coral castle could involve consciousness in the information theory. For me, thinking about the theory is more interesting than thinking about the engineering.