THE QUANTUM ENIGMA AND A COMING OUT: WHEN PRECOGNITION AND TELEPATHY OVERRIDE THE MECHANICAL LAWS AND HOW SUCH AFFIRMATION AFFECTS THE AUTHOR WITH AN OUTREACH TO OTHERS SIMILARLY GIFTEDBY DOUGLAS A. WALLACE
Behold the turtle! He makes progress only when he sticks his neck
- James B. Conant
Being among those who have personally experienced instances of the paranormal, it is comforting to discover, that in the past century scientific experimentation has taken place in repeatable circumstances of psi to establish that a contradiction to the absoluteness of the fixed laws of quantum theory does exist! Peer review has taken place confirming psi experiences do and have happened.
While establishing that it does exist, how it works has not been discovered for it violates the known laws of physics. Only by further research will those answers become known. In time I am certain that public acceptance and open use of its advantages will become commonplace. When that happens the world will experience the Millennial Event of world peace.
I offer to the reader 3 recent publications explaining this anomaly.
- The Physics of Consciousness, By Evan Harris Walker,
Basic Books December 2000
- Entangled Minds: Extrasensory
Experiences in a Quantum
Reality by Dean Radin; Paraview Pocket Books 2006
3 Quantum Enigma by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner,
Oxford University Press Paperback 2008
For those of us who have had paranormal experiences there has been no need to confirm the experiences but we have been reticent to make public those experiences for fear of ridicule or of retaliatory offenses by making such assertions
It is somewhat akin to the fear of Gay or Lesbian people to "come out" in publicly announcing their particular anomaly to the general ways of heterosexuals. The fear of retaliation and of discrimination keeps many of those people from "coming out".
This fear of public ridicule or of observations that the psi recipient in all probability needs to be counseled and given drug treatment to suppress the perceived "illness", keeps us from advancing publication of such experiences and perhaps depriving society as a whole from possible blessings of such experiences.
In my case these paranormal experiences began at age eight and continued through life to the present now at age eighty. Early in 2001 I published on the internet a biography, Under the Mormon Tree, in which I first outlined some of those experiences which had brought me into conflict with the leaders of the Mormon Church.
At the time of those conflicts, in the early 1970's, I was
an active Mormon but when those conflicts became paramount in my life, I spent
about five years attempting to merge them within the confines of subordination
to the hierarchical order of the church.