More Tom Campbell

Despite the fact that Thomas Campbell totally resonates with me and makes perfect sense in every respect with his words via book or youtube videos, there are those skeptics that just won’t even really hear what he is saying. I think it’s because of preconceived ideas or beliefs acquired during their time spent in their present avatar (ego). He freely shares his information and always concedes that his theory is incomplete and that it is HIS theory, and we should each develop our own intuitive TOE (theory of everything). Concerning the nature of reality, Tom came into my life at just the right time. All the digging through comparative religions, mystery teachings, Gnosticism, Buddhism, anti-mainstream literalistic dogmatic religions, mythicism and all the things I’ve researched the past couple decades seem to be summed (or included) up in Tom’s TOE, with the perfect blend of the much needed scientific and mystic knowledge to derive a solid big TOE . There’s over 230 youtube videos and he posts a new one about every week. His book My Big TOE can be read for free at google books. He is not doing this for money. He has many times said that having an OBE is not that important, so he’s not promising to teach you how to do it. He just says it’s possible for anyone with the proper intent to do so, as well as perform remote healing and remote viewing. But putting that aside and just absorbing his Big TOE is quite amazing. He obviously will have his enemies and debunkers. To me they are the ones that are closed minded and not giving him a fair hearing. They listen to one video and shut him down when their arguments against him are truthfully answered in another lecture. If one were to listen to many of his videos, one would realize he’s not a charlatan with a hidden agaenda. He has other scientists listening and agreeing with him. I hope you get to know him, he is making a difference. The following is from a forum I was reading where a woman asks Tom a question. (Tom never gives a short answer):

Question to Tom: “…..what in your opinion, could your work contribute to the future of Physics”

A very good and reasonable question trying to figure out: “where’s the beef”….. indeed “is there any beef?”

You know, it is difficult to assess the value of your own work objectively. To be valid, verification and general acceptance needs to come from others. To me, it seems perfectly clear though the concepts are very challenging to most who hear them for the first time – other technical people, including physicists who approach my work with open minds generally find that it is logically solid and answers fundamental questions otherwise unanswerable. I live my talk about open-minded skepticism — The skeptical part will feel satisfied and successful – standing on perfectly solid ground — only after physics (science in general) absorbs, embraces and accepts the core ideas in My Big TOE – that’s real validation. But such a major change in attitude and perspective will not come easily or quickly – it will require physicists to rethink their notions of reality from the ground up – to cast aside the beliefs with which they now paint themselves into a corner that does not contain the answer. Trying to change the mind of committed believers has historically been a very difficult thing to do – whether in metaphysics or physics. Cultural beliefs run much deeper than the intellect.

However, the good news is, physics does seem to be moving in that direction – digital physics is a concept that is growing more acceptable by the mainstream. The research describing mind-matter entanglement at prestigious universities like Princeton and Temple (backward causality, modifying random event generators, the placebo effect, anticipatory empathetic reactions, etc.) represent rock solid objective science with immaculate protocol. The fundamental failure of physics in almost 100 years to make any serious progress toward finding a TOE that unites the theories of relativity and quantum mechanics under one more-general set of principles is shouting that the fundamental assumptions of physics are incomplete. The solution to all that is both fundamental and unfathomable is at hand: My Big TOE theory, with just two unremarkable assumptions provides the critical missing ingredient in digital physics (what and where is Dr. Fredkin’s “other”), explains the mind-matter experiments with clear logical science, and unites relativity and quantum mechanics, showing them to be an approximation, a special case of a larger, more general and more complete theory. Just as the “flat earth” assumption was found to be valid for short distances, and Newtonian physics was found to be a special case approximation valid for a limited set of Macro conditions (slow speeds and medium to large sizes).

Once physics sees the logic of it and can outgrow the limiting beliefs that now constrain the traditional solution set such that it does not contain the correct answer, the effect upon our understanding and culture will be as big, if not bigger, than the round earth, Newtonian physics, and relativity and quantum mechanics all put together. (and I think it will one day happen because it is a better theory under the criteria science traditionally uses to determine the worth of a theory). An age of discovery and change will open up the minds and affect the personal lives of hundreds of millions of individuals over a decade – this is science that affects people personally – it is about the point and purpose of their existence – life and death. Science by itself would not have that large of an affect. However, My Big TOE not only delivers a breakthrough in physics but more importantly delivers an even larger breakthrough in philosophy, metaphysics, and theology. It would be hard to overestimate its potential impact on the people of this planet – scientists, philosophers, and theologians all solving their long standing intractable issues of understanding with the same set of overarching principles.

One minor example to make this point seem more real: Most who are seriously committed to religion and who attend my workshops or read the MBT trilogy, tell me that they equate the larger consciousness system with God. It’s a perfect fit for those with a broader perspective of their religion. In their minds MBT derives God – i.e., an understanding of God that explains who, what, why, and how God is – and defines their personal relationship to God with logic and science replacing belief, creed, and dogma. Can you imagine theology where open-minded skepticism replaces belief as the fundamental requirement? I have people telling me they keep MBT and their bibles together on their nightstand?! And that is just theology (the most belief laden and intractable of the four) – the other three: physics, philosophy, and metaphysics are affected no less. If this attitude were to become a widespread concept (MBT does explain theology very nicely – and the fact that it also explains physics very nicely provides vast credibility) what kind of an effect would it have on the world – that is but one potential, one simple example that could contribute to a tsunami of changing attitudes toward the nature of our reality. Do you see the potential and why I said that “It would be hard to overestimate its potential impact on the people of this planet – scientists, philosophers, and theologians all solving their long standing intractable issues of understanding with the same set of overarching principles.” The changes in physics alone would be revolutionary and that would be the smaller part.

This theory is falsifiable. There are literally dozens of experiment that can be done to verify the predicted results. This is real science, not just another wild improvable theory that sounds good if you don’t think about it too hard.

When any of this might happen, I have no idea – perhaps not in my lifetime – it all depends on how the ball bounces – who picks it up and how the knowledge spreads. Who knows, the scientists might not lead this massive cultural change (cultural, scientific, spiritual, growth spurt), instead they may be dragged along by it because they are so committed to their beliefs. Science is the de-facto religion of the West (what most people believe in as being the fundamental source of truth) and science, like religion, has a vested interest in maintaining their belief systems. However, the truth is not fragile – science will eventually, sooner or later, accept it.

I hope this is what you are looking for. In short, here is the potential impact of MBT: this theory could turn physics on its head, produce a broader, more powerful, and more generally correct scientific method (the old one becoming a special case approximation), and advance the level of understanding and productivity of science greatly. It could unify physics, metaphysics, philosophy and theology, solving most all of the outstanding fundamental problems, and all derivable from the same overarching elegantly simple principles based on two easily acceptable assumptions. And that would be the least of it. And because I know that logic, truth and science are what they are, and MBT is what it is, I think one day, when the time is right and people are ready to let go of fear and belief for a better, more productive understanding of reality and existence, all this change will happen because the truth is not fragile – eventually it will become known. Today we are on the cusp of that happening – perhaps even in our lifetime.

Tom Campbell

(here is a partial review of My Big TOE):

Scientific Basis

Tom points out that all systems of cosmology posit a mystical beginning. Even our current physics asks us to accept that the Big Bang was uncaused or that what caused it is unknown and unknowable. He uses concepts from modern physics, analogies from information theory and computing to build his Big TOE (Theory of Everything).

As a scientist, he is at pains to say that his TOE (MBT) is a model, not a fixed set of beliefs. He pretty much despises beliefs, whether materialist or religious, because they put bounds on our experience; they tend to turn into dogma and become a prison for the mind. If something happens that does not fit our beliefs, we tend to reject it, often without enquiry. This is no way to make philosophical or evolutionary progress. (Sometimes you can tell from the tone that Tom has had to suffer ridicule from materialists.) So Tom insists that we should not take his model on trust, which is by necessity a work in progress; the last thing he wants is to make a scientological-style religion out of it. Always, we should “taste the pudding”, test it and see how it measures up to our own understanding; and then develop our own version of the model.

Take meditation for example: he recommends that we should try this for two 20 minute (TM mantra) sessions a day for 3 months, whether we wish to attempt OBEs or not. If after that time, we do not notice a difference in ourselves (‘objectively’ tested by other people’s reactions to us, changed opinion of us, and our own improved ability to focus), then we should vary the technique or move on.

Metaphors

When MBT uses analogies from the world we know, these are to be understood as metaphors. Metaphors are, however, peculiarly and particularly relevant to MBT, because Reality is understood to be fractal in Nature. A fractal is a modern mathematical way of saying “As above, So Below”. The same laws and processes manifest in similar ways at different levels of reality.

Ordinarily, we are trapped in the ‘little picture’. Our Physical Matter Reality is one of many similar ‘subsets’ within a ‘superset’ Non-Physical Matter reality. The NPMR superset cannot possibly be understood in terms of one of its PMR subsets. This would be like the two-dimensional beings of E.A. Abbott’s Flatland trying to comprehend the idea of our three-dimensional world.

However, an insightful metaphor can actually help us to transcend the boundaries between realities and so get a glimpse of the ‘Big Picture’. Poets, of course, have always understood this idea.

Occasionally, MBT also mentions the term “hologram”, but this is not developed, presumably because we can’t easily find holograms in nature. It is easier to find fractal patterns and we can readily invoke fractal metaphors.

Read entire review of My Big TOE here: https://sites.google.com/site/iscatusben/review-of-my-big-t

Lots more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tom+campbell

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UFOs: Is Out Of Sight Really Out Of Mind?

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© 2014, excerpted in part from “Future Esoteric: The Unseen Realms” by Brad Olsen, who is the author of nine books, including “Future Esoteric,” which was released early last year, and “Modern Esoteric: Beyond Our Senses” which will be released in March, 2014. Read about all of his books at cccpublishing.com

Brad Olsen, In5D Guest

It is a fraud for the U.S. government to pretend that it is not interested in UFOs. In fact, it has been a matter of high and probably pre-eminent interest for decades.” –Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of National Defense

Eppur si muove is an Italian phrase meaning “And yet it moves,” famously uttered by the Italian mathematician, physicist and philosopher Galileo Galilei after being forced to recant in 1633 before the Inquisition, his belief that the Earth moves around the Sun. Galileo asked the priests during his trial to look through the telescope, but they refused, because they knew they would see something that they did not want to accept. It would seem the same is true with the UFO phenomenon today.

We can offer a definition of UFOs that you may find useful when you study the subject: A UFO is the reported sighting of an object or light seen in the sky or on land, whose appearance, trajectory, actions, motions, lights, and colors do not have a logical, conventional, or natural explanation, and which cannot be explained, not only by the original witness, but by scientists or technical experts who try to make a common sense identification after examining the evidence. UFOlogists and private UFO organizations are found throughout the United States.

Since Biblical times humans have witnessed and recorded strange manifestations in the sky and speculated on the possibilities of visitors from another world. Today, the airline pilots of the world, from the skies of California to the fields of Kansas to the rice patties of the Orient, have regularly and persistently reported sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects, which we have named flying saucers. UFOs are real if you read the case reports from ordinary citizens and thousands of flight and military personnel. There are 12,000+ case files that have been reported to the U.S. Air Force from 1947 to 1968; of these, 701 are still classified as true unknowns.

While ET observation and interaction with Earth is probably an ancient phenomenon, as opposed to a purely modern occurrence, the marked increase in activity coinciding with World War II and the dawning of the “nuclear age” indicates that ETs are quite concerned about this transitional stage of human social evolution. They are particularly worried about human nuclear weapon technology and its potential for worldwide destruction, and possibly for its potential threat to ETs, although this is minimal. Some benevolent ET beings are greatly interested in our peaceful transition to a world society, international peace, and the establishment of a just, effective and representative world government.

ET technology is strictly guarded by both ETs and human governmental agencies because of its potential for military applications which would greatly threaten world security. It is imperative to the benevolent ETs that this technology not gain significant human applications until such a time as the Earth attains international peace and an effective world government free from corruption.

The U.S. government, at least at the level of a highly compartmentalized above top secret group, has known about the reality of UFOs and their occupants since at least 1947. A strict secrecy and a worldwide cover-up of these facts has been maintained because there is a fear of public panic and social disruption if this information is known, reminiscent of the hysteria caused in 1938 when Orson Wells broadcast a phony alien invasion story. Of course there are major security issues surrounding possible military and technology applications of ET hardware, especially in the setting during the last quarter of the century of a world beset with Cold War tensions and competing interests.

MOST PEOPLE ARE TRUE BELIEVERS

According to a report by the United Nations, since 1947 over 150 million people have been witnesses to UFO sightings throughout the world. More than 20,000 of those have been documented landings. Even if we can discount 90% as misperceptions or hoaxes, that leaves far too many credible events documented many times over by high-ranking government and military officials. Consider also the careful research of countless engineers and scientists who say the evidence is irrefutable and who logically  attribute to our alien counterparts the same kind of careful, sophisticated, efficient, high-tech exploration, especially those who likely are far more advanced than we. In addition, the kinds of contacts reported and objects sighted range from little floating orbs the size of a baseball to giant lighted spaceships bigger than an aircraft carrier. So, there are countless manifestations of alien activity in addition to the more common flying discs.

At the beginning of the 21st century, the overwhelming majority of Americans reported they believed that UFOs are real, and that these crafts are most likely guided by intelligent beings from other worlds or dimensions. A Roper poll conducted in the USA reported that 70% of the population believes that the government is not telling the public everything it knows about UFOs and extraterrestrials. One in 12 Americans claim to have personally seen a UFO. And this belief is formulated with no prompting whatsoever by the U.S. government. Are that many of us unbalnced to believe this? Is this the greatest mythology of all time stirring within us? Or is this an awareness of a collective unconscious memory surfacing?

To claim, as some people still do, that there is no evidence suggestive of intelligent extraterrestrial life visiting our planet simply belies the facts. The deniers include the many branches of the U.S. military, media, and government-funded science programs such as NASA and FERMI Labs. UFO sightings are global in nature, especially since there are too many hard sensor data-points to ignore, plus millions of eyewitnesses. It is only through ignorance or pomposity that one can say no evidence exists.

This is a cutaway illustration of the backward engineered "Alien Reproduction Vehicle," or "Fluxliner," as it is sometimes called. The crew compartment is a composite sphere surrounded by a large coil of copper-colored wire embedded in a greenish, glass-like material. The central column holds the secondary windings of this very large Tesla Coil device. The base of the vehicle is about 7.3 meters in diameter and is made up of 48 individual asymmetric plate capacitor sections, each having eight plates. By varying the amount of electricity pulsed at each section from the central column, and exploiting the Biefield Brown Effect, maneuvering control can be achieved.This is a cutaway illustration of the backward engineered “Alien Reproduction Vehicle,” or “Fluxliner,” as it is sometimes called. The crew compartment is a composite sphere surrounded by a large coil of copper-colored wire embedded in a greenish, glass-like material. The central column holds the secondary windings of this very large Tesla Coil device. The base of the vehicle is about 7.3 meters in diameter and is made up of 48 individual asymmetric plate capacitor sections, each having eight plates. By varying the amount of electricity pulsed at each section from the central column, and exploiting the Biefield Brown Effect, maneuvering control can be achieved.

The mainstream scientific community also remains uninterested in and scornfully dismissive of the question of the reality of UFOs, or the possibility of intelligent extraterrestrial life visiting Earth. This is in spite of scientists and astronomers discovering billions of new, potentially inhabitable, planets and never before seen solar systems; documenting new exotic life forms on Earth that thrive in extreme environments previously thought to be uninhabitable; and uncover tantalizing hints of life on at least 10 planetary bodies within our own solar system. Yet, for reasons which we shall attempt to resolve, mainstream scientists continue to mock and deride those who take the phenomenon of UFOs seriously. Contrary to popular accounts in the mainstream media and many scholarly articles on UFOs, the phenomenon is frequently reported by scientists, military personnel, police officers, as well as commercial and private airplane pilots. There have been literally millions of sightings in over a hundred countries around the world. Jimmy Carter claims to have seen a UFO before he became president.

Also contrary to popular belief, UFO reports are not limited to rural areas or confined to the United States. The phenomenon has been reported in about 150 nations and over major metropolitan areas in the U.S., the U.K., the former U.S.S.R., Germany, France, Spain, all the Scandinavian countries, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, throughout Africa and Central and South America, and at both the North and South Poles. In Hessdalen, Norway there are so many UFO sightings that a permanent webcam has been set up, with amazing results. UFOs have also been reported repeatedly over civilian and military nuclear facilities; at military bases in the U.S. and worldwide; above and beneath the surface of the Earth’s oceans; and outside the Earth’s atmosphere.

All kinds of people see UFOs. It does not matter whether you are rich or poor, educated or uneducated, young or old. In fact, many people who report seeing UFOs were not even looking for them when they had their sightings. The chances for seeing a UFO are greater for those people who live in small towns or in the country and are outside late at night. Even though most have never seen a UFO, some say that their interest in UFOs was sparked by seeing one when they were children or young adults. Many UFO researchers argue that UFOs have appeared throughout history. There are many myths, legends, and stories that tell of strange things seen in the sky or beings that came from above to help humans develop civilization. Because modern scholars cannot directly check the facts of these stories, it is impossible to determine if these are accurate reports of true events. Caution should be taken when evaluating many UFO news items. Readers are encouraged to investigate and research information pertaining to UFOs on an individual basis so they can draw their own conclusions.

But let’s be honest. If the only strange things seen in the sky were a few oddly moving lights, or some specks glinting in the sun, there would be no UFO problem. If there were no human abductions or cattle mutilations, there would be no problem. But there have been many close observations of these strange objects along with first-hand experiences. Plus, physical traces of various kinds have been left behind, and witnesses have experienced physical and medical effects, including injury, implants and death. If we can narrow down all of the reported sightings to between 5% and 25%, depending on the sample, then even this is enough to warrant expert examination. Even 1% would warrant attention.. And the disturbing truth is that the USA and U.K. governments have been complicit with a certain minority group of ETs, enabling them to do harmful things to people and animals, all the while hushing up their presence in a tangled web of agreements run amuck.