```From inert particle physics to
a conscious universe
How the equations of elementary
particle physics gave clues to
higher dimensions and
consciousness.
• I was on leave in The Netherlands in
origins of religion. I spoke to protestant
minister but didn’t follow it up.
• I was also looking at equations for
elementary particles (like electrons). In
addition to the ordinary three dimensions
of space (x, y, z) and time ( t), physicists
assume that the particle is spinning
about an axis in an artificial space. (This
is called “isotopic spin” or “isospin”.)
• Unit sphere in three extra dimensions.
• If the axis points one way, then it
represents an electron. If it points in the
opposite direction, then it represents a
neutrino. No other directions are
permitted by quantum mechanics.
• But the axis of spin points to the surface
of a unit sphere. So instead of talking
about the direction of the spin axis, we
can talk about the point on the surface
of the sphere.
• As early as 1973 I took the surface of
this synthetic unit sphere to be real, not
just a mathematical device. (Edward
Teller told me in 1983 he didn’t think it
was real.) But surely Nature wouldn’t
put particles on a spherical surface and
ignore the inside. So I assumed that
the inside of the sphere was real space
too. As I discovered later (1981), this
gave room for the wavefunctions to
represent quarks as well as electrons.
The three
generations
of quarks
and leptons,
plotted vs.
mass (in
MeV) along
the vertical
axis. E. g.,
electron
mass =
0.511 MeV
• But three extra dimensions just gave
room for the wavefunction to represent
a single generation. I needed room for
all three generations. This was accomplished by adding a fourth extra
dimension. Thus was born my eightdimensional model of elementary
particles; the three of ordinary space,
the one of time, and the four of higher
dimensional space.
• You will read that string theorists need
10 or 11 dimensions. My model
requires only 8 because its sphere in
the extra dimensions is much larger
than the string-sizes. This allows the
excited states to remain relatively light,
so they can represent higher
generations. In string theory, the
excited states are so massive that they
can’t possibly represent higher
generations. Thus all the particles have
to be put in the ground state. This
requires more extra dimensions.
• Is my model for real? Yes. A simpler
version was published in the leading
elementary-particle physics journal in
the U. S., Physical Review D, in 1986.
(It didn’t treat isotopic spin). A more
general version was published in the
journal in Europe, Nuclear Physics B,
in 1998. (It does treat isotopic spin.)
• Here is what the quantum-mechanical
equation looks like in the simplified
model.  is the wavefunction, and the
dimensions are x 0 , x1 , ....... x 7
2
2
2
2
2
2
  2






 2 





2
2
2
2
2
2

x 2 x 3
x 4
x 5 x 6
 x 0  x 1

2 2
2
2
2

  x 4  x 5  x 6  x 7   0
2
x 7


2


How to view extra dimensions
• It’s hard to picture extra dimensions in
addition to the ordinary three (x, y, z).
But one can show just one ordinary
dimension, say z, so that particles move
back and forth on this single axis, like
electrons in the Stanford Linear
Accelerator. Then instead of drawing x,
and y, draw x-twiddle and y-twiddle.
This still gives most of the physics.
• The confining isospin sphere is now just a confining
circle in the x-twiddle and y-twiddle directions. The
particle can move freely along the z-axis, but can’t go
outside the tube along x-twiddle and y-twiddle. (An
electron is a “lepton”. Quarks come in three “colors”.)
Consciousness
• You will note that nothing has been said about
consciousness in these elementary particle
models. Yet consciousness is surely a part of
this universe. As an extreme example, consider
human out-of-body (OoB) experiences. A
physics professor that I had at Yale, Henry
Margenau, wrote how as a 14-year old student
he went OoB to consult a geology book at his
home many miles away to learn the geological
ages, and was able to use that information to
pass a test the next morning.
• As another example, consider Edgar
Cayce, the greatest psychic of the early
twentieth century. He was able to go
into a trance and “look” at patients at a
great distance, determine what ailed
them, and then prescribe appropriate
treatment and medicine. What was he
seeing with? Certainly not any one of
the presently known fields: strong,
electromagnetic, weak, or gravitational.
• Or consider Robert Monroe. He found
in the 1950s that he could go OoB at
will and see and hear what was going
on in distant places. (He founded The
Monroe Institute in north-west Virginia.)
What is also interesting: he could visit
people in other places where the local
physics did not correspond to our own
universe. Where was he going?
• For a clue, consider the “tube” wherein
particles are confined. In this picture a
human body would be a string of about
a billion quarks and electrons in the
tube.
• But the human consciousness might not
be so confined.
• There might be other universes (“tubes”)
ours by tunnels (or perhaps not).
• So perhaps Bob Monroe’s consciousness extended over to another universe,
even though his body stayed in ours.
• And then there is Seth, who doesn’t have
a body at all, and visits us from another
universe. Seth, who maintains that
consciousness comes first, and matter
may or may not follow.
• So where could consciousness come in
to play in these elementary particle
equations? Or is an equation not a
proper vehicle for it?
Marduk
• In 1995 I visited the Association for Research
and Enlightenment (ARE) which Edgar Cayce
founded in 1929. I joined up and began to
Inward. In one of the issues, there was an
entitled Conversations beyond the light
[available at our bookstore]. I bought the book
Transcommunication (ITC), messages that
Maggy Harsch-Fischbach was receiving in
Luxembourg from another universe on her tape
recorder, radio, TV, telephone, and computer.
• During one two-way radio contact in 1986, a
rather strange computer-like voice entered
the conversation. He said that they could call
him Technician. “I am not human, I never
incarnated, was never an animal. I am not
energy and I am not a light being. Neither am
I God. . . I was and still am a super human
being assigned to planet Earth.” Another time
he said, “People who never pray should not
force themselves to do so. . . These are
prayers too, when you pet a dog, when you
smile at a child, when you are happy about
the color of a flower.”
• Maggy receives these signals from a
transmitter on planet Marduk which is
directed by Swejen Salter, a physicist who
died on the parallel-earth Varid in 1985 in
the midst of an experiment to alter gravity.
She is assisted by 1000 others. Her
special companion is Richard Francis
Burton, a famous 19th century explorer,
diplomat, scientist and scholar who is best
known for translating Arabian Nights.
• Marduk is three times larger in diameter
then Earth, has polar icecaps, and most
peculiarly, a 10,000,000-mile-long River
of Eternity which winds around the planet
dozens of times. Marduk’s physics is not
Earth physics. It has about 50 million
inhabitants, former Earth citizens, who
stay there between lives on Earth. They
mostly live along the River, natives in
huts, sophisticated persons in cities;
grouped by language, religion, culture.
• After a number of incarnations on Earth,
people can move up to level 4, the next
higher spiritual level. Swejen Salter can live
on level 4, and prefers to stay there, but she
returns to level 3 to run Time-Stream, the
sending station to Earth.
• Technician is one of seven “Rainbow People”,
who live on levels 6 and 7.
• On June 23, 2000 I visited Maggy and Jules
H-F in Luxembourg. Technician had left a
short message for me on their telephone
would have been different. Technician called
Maggy and left another message for me on
• Maggy gets whole pages of text on her
computer sent by Swejen Salter for
Technician and two other Rainbow People,
Ishkumar and Nsitden (and probably others
as well).
• Ishkumar and Nsitden have included
messages for me in text sent through Maggy.
• Maggy’s research has shown that other
universes do exist, probably in higher
dimensional space, so indications from
elementary-particle theory that higher
dimensions exist are probably correct.
• Elementary particle research has yet to
reveal consciousness. However I am
working on two experiments which I
hope will show it.
• Experiment # 1. I asked the famous
remote-viewer, Joe McMoneagle, to “look”
at a cosmic-ray event which occurred over
Utah in 1991. He saw a particle hitting our
local space-time with a velocity greater
than light-speed. This must mean that the
ray came from higher dimensions. [I have
brought copies of the paper I wrote on it.]
• I have advised a physics group planning to
measure ultra high-energy cosmic rays to
check to see if any rays arrive with
velocities greater than light-speed.
• Experiment #2. I have proposed an
experiment to see if a person can
psychically cause an electron to reverse
the direction in which it is pointing. [I have
brought copies of the paper describing it.]
• The Texas A&M University physics
department funded a graduate student for
one year (\$32,000) to set up the
experiment under the direction of an
atomic experimentalist. Unfortunately
their schedules didn’t overlap, but a
precedent was none-the-less established.
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