Friday, 13 July 2007
Since Thousands of Years, in most countries people have been querying (dowsing) for underground source of drinking water, using a 'Y' shaped branch of a tree, or `L' shaped rods or a pendulum. Experienced Pendulum Querists get 9 out of 10 successful results.
In the second World War, USA and USSR armies used the services of Pendulum Querists (Dowsers) to seek information about the enemy locations and strength.
The first oil wells in Texas were located with the help of Pendulum Querists (Dowsers).
P. Callagan, studied the method by which moths located distant food plants as also their mates. Moths fly down on beams or rays. The heat caused by the vibration of their wings generated the current needed to produce bio-electronic rays. In a seperate study T. C. Lethbridge found that the frequency of vibration of the beetels was similar to the food plants on which they fed themselves. He measured these frequencies with a Pendulum.
Similarly cats get information through stone walls by bio-electronic vibrations present in their whiskers.
How subtle the bio-electronic vibrations are, can be judged from the fact that a column of infantry walking in step, can cause a bridge to collapsa.
In 1981, Rupert Sheldrake, London based biochemist, wrote a book called A New Science of Life. In it he proposed an old/new way of looking at reality. Instead of three dimensional or linear view of reality, he had a vision that had the hologram at its foundation. This view gave a totally different perspective concerning the question, `What is reality'? Unlike normal photographic negative of, say a banana, a holographic negative looks as if someone threw a handful of pebbles into a calm pond - a series of concentric interference patterns.
If you tear off a corner of a photographic negative, and then print it, you will only see a portion of the picture (say a banana); however, if you tear off a part of a holographic negative, and then put coherent light (a laser beam) through that portion of the Negative, you will still see the whole banana.
The entire universe is like a holographic negative, and we are each tiny pieces of that negative. We have it all inside us.
In one Scientific Research bees were taken out of their hives and were let loose at a distance. They hovered around in circles for sometime and then made a `Bee-line' straight to their hives, guided by invisible rays.
An experiment conducted 20 years back, has proved this fact. Dr. Backster, a scientist working with the Central Intelligence Agency of USA; thought that plants cannot have emotional response to music or to any stimulus, as plants do not have ears nor any nervous system. He was a polygraph expert. Polygraph is an electronic device, which can record emotional responses of a living system and is often used to give a lie detector test.
To prove his point, he attached a Polygraph machine to one plant. Thereafter he watered the plant. He was surprised to find the recording of the strip chart, which showed that the plant was emotionally aroused. Later he thought of burning the leaf of the plant to see what response the polygraph shows. To his astonishment, the polygraph machine had recorded the classical `Threat To Well Being' response; before he had even touched the match box.
It has been established by these experiments, that all energy cells communicate with each other. This marks the begining of a new learning about the use of Pendulum.
Why so many pyramids
written by Kumar , December 26, 2007
U used 10,000 pyramids in your place. It costs a lot to have so many. Even Rs. 15 per would mean Rs. 15,00,000.
How expensive is it for a flat of 2,000 sq.ft
Response from Premal Betai: You may require to contribute anywhere between Rs.2000 to Rs.5000 for a flat of 2000 square feet.