Resonance in Nature
SCIET Dynamics and the Rediscovery of Resonance Science
The Great Pyramid of Giza is built to specifications demanded by the Resonance Science practiced by its creators. Experimental evidence and careful analysis point to a highly evolved perception of resonance and its effects as the source of Egyptian technology and to the Great Pyramid as the culmination of its development
Modern science has overlooked this technology because our preconceptions about resonance cause us to limit it to sound, its effects and related qualities. Understanding why this is so will require a tour of the history of science, but ultimately we can say that modern science has chosen to ignore the many subtle whole systems effects in order to focus on the obvious discrete parts, believing that the whole is only the sum of its obvious parts.
Resonance can explain the universe, its creation and behavior while subsuming all the existing scientific understanding and knowledge. The greatest challenge to this idea has always been the notion that space is "empty", leaving nothing to resonate. However, current thinking by physicists is that the universe is filled with energy, an outgrowth of Quantum Theory.
A universe resonant at quantum values requires a much different way of thinking about physics. Instead of vast reaches of empty space between distant galaxies made of incredibly small atomic structures, we have a single resonant whole, filled with subdivisions that can communicate on levels equivalent to the square of the diameter of the universe divided by the Planck length or:
14,000,000,000 Light years
1.6167 x 0.00000000000000000000000000000000001 meters
Einstein said that theory is foundation of understanding. After all, without an idea about why a result is what it is, the result and the experiment have no meaning. So without a general theory about resonance as an over arching theory of the universe there can be no experimental results or scientific progress related to resonance or its much maligned alter ego, "vibrations".
Nature has not changed, but human civilization has remade itself dozens of times since the Great Pyramid was built. Each society has used different assumptions to define the power of nature and how to work with it for their advantage. It must be that each society had success with whatever system they employed and considered their success to be the result of a superior understanding. Present scholarship indicates that many, perhaps all, of these ancient societies owed their achievements to shamanic practices and insights, often derived from the use of hallucinogenic plants and rituals.
Modern society has embraced the use of reason and logic and adopted conventions to exclude the subjective insights not substantiated by experiment and consistent with common experience.This is dramatically different from predecessor civilizations, which wrapped the available information in religious dogma and required its practitioners to be skilled in shamanic techniques. However, there is evidence that the assumptions that led to success may be blinding present day science to the insights needed to get beyond today's limitations.
Theories about fundamental qualities of nature are necessarily based on the simplest possibe generalities. The pursuit of such theories is necessarily a gathering and winnowing of ideas, repeated time and again as each is held against the reality of experiment and experience. A profound insight must be complemented by almost endless patience as the process proceeds at its own pace. Gradually, answers come more easily than questions and the time to posit the theory to others seems to arrive.
The writer here presents a theory of resonance that is the product of this process. Its simple rules and assumptions lead to an amazing clarity about how the universe works and the place of humanity in it. The explanations build on a laundry list of unexplained phenomena and go on to show how scientific laws and principles can fit within its framework.
SCIET Dynamics as it is called, began as a way to understand the structure of energy, meaning how "light" could stand still. This question may not make sense today, but in the context of its moment it seemed to express the essence of what modern science was missing. The answer to this core question seemed to burst forth only nine months after its first grasp, but that short Gnostic experience required many years of thought to express. Using ideas that are true both in nature and math a system was built-up over time that can be used to model not only the physical world, but also the numinous and metaphysical as well.
The SD mathematics consist of two parts. The SCIET is an acronym for single cycle integrative effect theory, which is the set of rules for the formation of a charge sphere surrounding a point in space. The formation of the sphere is the result of a single cycle of exchange between two points in space. This will be referred to as SCIET formation and includes all the steps leading to the charge sphere which is a permanent record of the cycle event recorded in space. After the SCIET is the Dynamics, which includes rules for all the relationships between SCIETs and the mathematics used for determining values between the built-up SCIETs, Spacimetrics.
SCIET Dynamics: A three part package
SCIET Dynamics is a way to freeze change in its smallest increment. Like a strobe photo of a hummingbird, it offers a view that is an impossible reality since neither the hummingbird or the SCIET can stop in mid-sequence. It represents the adjustment of space to change in position between two matching values. The process is responsible for consciousness. Let me walk you through a thought so that you can understand the parts as they occur.
The first part is the VOID, which is what we experience as a non-awareness, the next step is uncertainty or an awareness of an unformed question , a reaching out of the mind to identify the disturbance, the source of unease. This searching is the expansion that stops when the mind identifies a match, a unique concept or idea perceived as a point in time and space. Between this point and the center of your being or conscious awareness a single value then subdivides into parts derived from that match point. This is experienced as a cascade of ideas related to the question as the mind integrates the new idea into all the rest of your knowledge. Once it is integrated, the question ceases to exist as a unique concept or idea since it is now a part of the whole of your being. And the process begins again as the VOID.
This is commonly known as getting an idea.
All incoming information goes through a similar process although what is unique at the beginning of the process differs.
The actual mechanics of the SCIET, the rules that determine how the cascade of ideas are distributed into the mind, are easy to understand. The chapter dealing with this illustrates how the SCIET relates to the mind and how it works to interface with the brain and body as well as various issues such as astrology, holography, gravity and quantum science. This knowledge will enable you understand the relationships between points whether they are ideas, molecules, people or stars.
The SCIET provides a mechanism for very large value to be reduced to a much smaller value while all the relationships of the information to itself remain intact.
Each single cycle creates a record in space of what it was. This recording occurs in two parts, and both record the same information in space. There is, however a big difference between the two, and that is because one stays in the system that created it and one transitions to a level beyond the creator system.
There is a limit to change, or how fast space can adapt to change. The speed of light is one example of this. E=MC2 tells us that matter and light are equivalent in a certain way. Change is limited to the speed of light.
Another way to think about this is to say that there is a minimum unit of change in space. If we get very small we can reach a size that represents a polarity fluctuation equivalent to C. In other words, a unit of change so small that it can not change any faster due to the limitations of the speed of light.
There is a size associated with this idea and it is 01.0 34^ meters, a level associated with the Planck length and quantum foam of string theory. In SCIET Dynamics this concept means that when information is reduced to this level, the next reduction will result in the information passing into a new state of physical existence, a state where there is a magnitude less resistance or back pressure from space, i.e. greatly reduced limitation on the speed of change.
However, when the minimum level is reached, a small portion of the information, a sort of mirror or negative image is reduced. Meanwhile the original of the information bounces off and moves via polarity transfer away from the center value until it reaches a location where its polarity is parallel to its origin.
Thus two parts of the incoming information are recorded in space, one that stays within the system as a very small charge in perpetual orbit around the center and one that passes into a different state where there is virtually no resistance. Both values exist simultaneously in the same space. One forms a series of spherical charges around the center and one is distributed into the substrate of the universe as a resonance from the center.
The Dynamics deals with the spherical charges that compose both systems.
In this way, the Dynamics represent a system to account for both material and non-material existence through a single model of spherical resonance from a center, but in two different realms.
The third part of SCIET Dynamics is Spacimetrics. Change in space is cumulative, that is to say that although it seeks to return to stasis or the same level from which it originated, it continues to build change on change, using the same techniques of change to distribute change evenly throughout the system. Spacimetrics uses a series of templates to overlay these changes and anticipate value shifts.
The three parts of SCIET Dynamics combine to offer a compelling system for understanding nature and consciousness. It is a system that can subsume existing natural laws of physics and the material sciences while providing new tools and for understanding previously hidden qualities of both the material and immaterial.
SCIET Dynamics forms the basis of a sophisticated new science of resonance and suggests that the human mind uses resonance of both types as a matter of course. Sound and light are treated equally and simultaneously by the brain to store and relate information for the survival of the body. Long term memory is the result of the brain reducing incoming information to the extra-material level, pushing it smoothly into a state of pure energy related to the brain by a sense of the continuity of conscious experience.
The power of the human brain/mind to affect the natural world is limited only by our ability to understand how to do it. It is a power that is always present and always has been, but that requires a sophisticated level of self knowledge that is best developed over many generations and transferred through a system of apprenticeship because the resonant knowledge can be transferred directly from person to person through shared experiences.
The concept of the Temple is clearly understandable through SCIET Dynamics. Societies without an extensive written history could transfer their accumulated knowledge from one generation to the next through resonance.
Scientific Shamanism is the term that best describes the societies that used an accumulated knowledge of resonance effects to elevate their culture to material prosperity and social harmony. The best example of this is Ancient Egypt. It is a theory that can graphically explain how the Great Pyramid and other ancient technologies operated and how the people that originated them would have used them to achieve their goals.
Egyptian texts related to the Pyramid say that it was a tool for the Ascension of the Pharaohs to the dwelling place of the Gods in the star system of Sirius. If this was its intended task from the beginning of its planning and construction then they were equipped with an understanding of Resonance, and a rationale for its functional design that has escaped modern science into the twenty-first century.
The enormous labor and expense required to build the Great Pyramid cannot be solely attributed to a Pharaoh's whim. Its size, placement and orientation on the planet, its peculiar dimensions and angles all state boldly that it is an intentional design with a specific reason for everything about it.
But how can its features add up to the accomplishment of that intended purpose?
The answer may be more complex than our modern society can easily grasp without an understanding of the lost science of resonance.
SCIET Dynamics offers a system that can revive the lost knowledge of resonance and enable present day people to again understand the enigmatic structures of antiquity.