Monday, January 20, 2014

UAP As An Energy Exchange Of Information

If consciousness is an energetic form of matter that can be local ( physicality) and non local and if Princeton's Global Consciousness studies suggest that a unique field of this energy surrounds the planet, how is an exchange from one location to another possible? How do the imaging of hybridised forms that represent consciousness as an exchange come about? 
The topic of a global consciousness energy field and UAP was covered here:

If this is so..well then why are these exchanges lost in translation? Is it a matter of how our minds assimilate and organize images and their associations..identities as forms? Information can be in a material and non material state as well as energy and one is reciprocal to the other, and this, in of itself may be at the root of the mysteries surrounding UAP. This being said, how we describe this phenomenon has little to do with it's nature inasmuch as a descriptor such as language is not the object that is described and simply serves as a placeholder. Yet, this is framework of communication. In the matter of UAP, the descriptors or terms have a life of their own, or steer us into premature conclusions such as unidentified flying objects.
Do our descriptors in effect form the mental and internal images that we observe as projections?
Is this why their forms will not sit still for a portrait?

Further, our terms serve perhaps as mnemonic molds as energetic information that creates a mold that fits images as placeholders for what is unidentifiable? Certainly something is amiss and it may be due more to  nature of the observer's nature as it does to what is observed, or, at minimum, on a equal footing.

There well may be a fatal flaw to Ufology as it is practiced. Much emphasis (as a critical assumption) that in terms of witness reports that our perceptions and senses are accurate whereas they may not be in a extraordinary situation. One can read up on the comparatively small and finite range of our biologically based senses and simply acknowledge what was seen is an incomplete portrait even within normal circumstances. 

Perhaps the context of this post could expressed more simply:

"If a man reasons and thinks soundly, no matter which path he follows in solving these problems, he must inevitably arrive back at himself, and begin with the solution of the problem of what he is himself and what his place is in the world around him. "
-GI Gurdjieff

In other words all the argumentation over what was seen may be a form of Trojan Horse, not one created by extraterrestrials or Greeks bearing gifts but one that resides within us as a limitation of our own awareness in regard to the mysteries of how our own minds work. 

"The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.” 
― Arthur C. Clarke

Simple enough as a concept...and yet this leads to more questions than answers Albeit questions that need to be asked in new ways..

The simple answer is nobody knows, but the question opens a field of conjectures to my mind that suggest "What If" in a variety of possibilities..beyond that of aloof space men on a purposeless mission. 
UAP suggest to me a state where internal realities become external and vice versa as an exchange in of itself.
The prosaic becomes a hybridized experiential anomaly.  What is the medium of exchange?
This post weaves together Jacques Vallee's cosmology of physics within the Global Consciousness Study of Princeton University in the context of Unidentified Atmospheric Phenomenon. This is to be construed as a definitive answer to any of these questions but rather sketch an outline of other possibilities beyond the internal disagreements in Ufology that focus on the scientific materialism as it was known over one half century ago.


 The location of UAP occurs in the atmosphere and that energy is transferred between the earth's surface and the atmosphere via conduction, convection, and radiation.  In general, the atmospheric medium, by which the near Earth is surrounded, contains not only electric charges bound in atoms or molecules, or any form of matter, but it also contains a quantity of charge in an unbound state. 
Sometimes the unbound charges are positive, sometimes negative, but as a general rule most are of an opposite polarity to that of the Earth. Different layers, or strata, of the atmosphere, located at only small distances from each other, are frequently found to be in different electric-magnetic states.
 Most often UAP resemble plasmas as well as having an effect on electrical devices that resembles the effect of geomagnetic storm such as a solar flare or an electromagnetic pulse termed EMP.  Another attribute of close encounters with UAP is paralysis. 
It is not widely understood that "brain waves" are not confined to the brain, but actually spread throughout the body via the perineural system, the connective tissue sheathes surrounding all of the nerves. Dr. Robert O. Becker has described how this system, more than any other, regulates injury repair processes throughout the body. Hence the entire nervous system acts as an "antenna" for projecting the biomagnetic pulsations that begin in the brain, specifically in the thalamus. 

But back to EMP...

EMP events usually induce a corresponding signal in the victim equipment, due to coupling between the source and victim and one could reasonably conjecture this may also have an effect on the biochemical nature of the human electromagnetic fieldIn electronics and telecommunication, coupling is the desirable or undesirable transfer of energy from one medium, such as a metallic wire or an optical fiber, to another medium, including fortuitous transfer. What transfers and transforms this consciousness matter from one field to another? Coupling is also the transfer of electrical energy from one circuit segment to another. Perhaps the metaphors of electronic devices might be a parable to biology.

For example, energy is transferred from a power source to an electrical load by means of conductive coupling, which may be either resistive or hard-wire.  An AC potential may be transferred from one circuit segment to another having a DC potential by use of a capacitor.  Electrical energy may be transferred from one circuit segment to another segment with different impedance by use of a transformer. This is known as impedance matching. These are examples of electrostatic and electrodynamic inductive coupling. 

The question that these observable effects of electromagnetic exchanges perhaps suggest is a similar coupling between the human biophysical electrical field and the atmosphere that is a proverbial medium for anomalous experiential disturbances as well as the imaging that is known as UAP. One may wonder if a high energetic atmospheric state that is transient or is a potential acts as a carrier wave that allows both local and non local states of consciousness as energetic matter to be exchanged. 

“When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.” 
― Arthur C. Clarke

Ask yourself the question: Why do these experiential anomalies largely occur in remote locations? Is it due to the diminished capacity and conductance of artificial sources of electromagnetic radiation? In other words, less signal interference?

Just how energetic is our atmosphere? let me count the ways... At elevations above the clouds, atmospheric electricity forms a continuous and distinct element (called the electrosphere) in which the Earth is surrounded. The electrosphere layer (from tens of kilometers above the surface of the earth to the ionosphere) has a high electrical conductivity and is essentially at a constant electric potential. The ionosphere is the inner edge of the magnetosphere and is the part of the atmosphere that is ionized by solar radiation. (Photoionisation is a physical process in which a photon is incident on an atom, ion or molecule, resulting in the ejection of one or more electrons.) 
Could this field act as a coupling device between the states of matter, local and non local if the atmosphere has a sheath of global consciousness as it appears to have?

One considers that the atmosphere can carry more than one state of matter, both molecular and energetic and one could ponder whether this medium is capable of being in a state of transient superimposition. In other words be fashioned as a sort of quantum clay that projects a state of matter not entirely physical and not entirely a wave form. 

And yet if we assume that what was seen is a self organised form of conscious matter or exhibits cellular intelligence instead, we also can suggest that what was seen has no corresponding physicality or if you will, a steady state, hence all the astonishingly wide varieties of experiential reports from triangular to egg shaped, or in a state of continual morphing or for that matter the equally enormous  varieties of "humanoids reported are projections, hybridized variants of prosaic realities that are not "solids"


Lost In Translation

What is mnemonic memory? The general name of mnemonics, or memoria technica, was the name applied to devices for aiding the memory, enabling the mind to reproduce a relatively unfamiliar idea, and especially a series of dissociated ideas, by connecting it, or them, in some artificial whole, the parts of which are mutually suggestive. 
One could call this an associative link between imprinting a key concept that recalls disparate information into a single statement. The linkage of images to the roots of language and then memory as the imprinting of a internal database of identifiers for perception of the external stability of images ( a house, a dog, a stop sign etc) is termed semiotics. 

One could reasonably consider that anomalous experiential encounters with strange beings ( strange in the sense of being in a disassociative context) might be internal projections lodged and steered by what is known versus what is unknown as simple and as odd as that observation may be, we might say that these encounters with strange beings are translations rather than direct descriptions for which there is no semiotic equivalences

One could say, that if this is so, something is seen that does not correspond to any semiotic identifiers. Taken another step, this may lead to composites being created using imprinted signs and signifiers that are hybridised out of necessity. Another step in these critical assumptions would be that these composites serve 
as a mnemonic memory.

A more fully fleshed out and accurate definition of semiotics is:

Semiotics, also called semiotic studies and including (in the Saussurean tradition) semiology, is the study of signs and sign processes (semiosis), indication, designation, likeness, analogy, metaphor, symbolism, signification, and communication. Semiotics is closely related to the field of linguistics, which, for its part, studies the structure and meaning of language more specifically. However, as different from linguistics, semiotics also studies non-linguistic sign systems. Semiotics is often divided into three branches:
  • Semantics: Relation between signs and the things to which they refer; their denotata, or meaning
  • Syntactics: Relations among signs in formal structures
  • Pragmatics: Relation between signs and sign-using agents
One could then say as a matter of attempting to create identifiers with familiar components, a screen memory has been unwittingly created. Not from without but from within.
One could go further down this route and suggest that these hybridised images once they are transferred externally by description become in of themselves mnemonic images that are distributed and then consequently imprinted in more than one individual as a semiotic qualifier. 
We may be creating our own screen memories in a unconscious manner similar to that of cellular intelligence as a match game that turns out to be extremely inaccurate. 
Perhaps, perhaps not...


  1. The questions that Gurdjief asks us to ponder I think are so fundamental that until we understand ourselves and our place in the world I don’t know how we can even choose the questions that we ourselves might ask or how we could recognize the answers if we saw them. The world we have constructed for ourselves is an illusion that we swear to ourselves and confirm with each other is real, but all the while harboring doubt of it’s authenticity. In order to quell our doubts and calm our fears we have traditionally created god figures and endowed in them the wisdom we ourselves lack. We desperately want to believe in something, but since belief doesn’t require proof it is always in danger of being overturned. As a result we defend our beliefs without questioning them as to their real origin or demonstrated truth. We have come to accept some our beliefs even in the face of obvious contradictions. The Ancient Astronaut theorists seem to me to be attempting to use the UFO phenomenon to establish a new religion of sorts with extraterrestrials as god-like figures that dispensed their wisdom in the past and will once again return to save us from ourselves at some point in the future. Doesn’t that scenario sound familiar, and in words often used by these theorists “don’t you have to ask yourself”?

    1. Micheal
      Being aware of your own experience as recounted by Mac Tonnies, what your comment conveys is having the courage to remain open minded in a time where everyone wants the answer in ten words or less .
      From my own personal experiences, the UAP represents a mystery much more profound and complex than a extraterrestrial root cause based on face value and appearances.
      My observations lately of the Ufology community seems to be split between those who represent set belief systems causing argumentation without a purpose..all of it based on personality clashes and the newest version is to say its all entertaining good fun not to be taken seriously as a sort of disclaimer for being lodged in unfounded certainties that yet are so fixed beyond theory as to become surrealistic.
      As Paul Kimball said, its all become about sociology. Nick Redfern recently and rightly questioned the future of Ufology.
      The trick it seems to be able to think outside the box, one must see that they are boxed in by face values simply based on appearances. It reminds me of R A Wilson called "naive realism"
      And so it goes..

  2. I have always appreciated your approach to the subjects you study and comment on. You are cautious and considered while willing to offer your opinions and suspicions without making hard and fast pronouncements. You make references to material that you include in your considerations and it seems to me that few have read more on these subjects or exchanged ideas in a more straightforward manner than you have over the years. It is one of the reasons that you are one of the few people that I chose to relate my personal experience with, that and the fact that Mac Tonnies suggested you were perhaps one of the most well reasoned contributors to the conversation on the entire Internet.

  3. Michael
    I appreciate the kind words. One of the great regrets of this life (among many) was never having had the opportunity to converse with Mac Tonnies and yet his loss was palatable to me and his passing represented to me the loss of a true humanist. I don't know anymore than the next person. The challenge these days is to remain optimistic while being pragmatic. Sometimes its a precarious balance as I am sure others have experienced. I just hope against hope that civility returns to the field regardless of what theory predominates over what. To me what questions to ask are more or just as important as the answers and of course any answer will more than likely be a contingent one.