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Meditation and Resonance effects

                            by Philo Stone

(This  paper  is  from THE HOLISTIC QABALAH,  a series  of  12  books,
written by Richard and Iona Miller.   It has also appeared in print in
"Psychedelic Monographs and Essays," Volume Four, Summer 1989)

The   use  of  psychedelics  or  empathogens  traditionally   involves
effectual  traits or nuances which can parallel endogenous mystical or
cybernetic landscapes.  This piece presents an introduction to current
descriptions  common  throughout  all  three  fields.   A  promise  of
increased  comprehension  so  far  as  metaphor,   symbol  and  effect
surrounding  these and other cross-correlative fields is reviewed  and

...If  the manas is to preform its proper task of controlling  senses,
it  must  reflect the ideal pattern that is laid up in the heavens  of
Buddhi.   Only when that pattern is reflected in its mirror has it the
standard of reference by which to judge...nor should we think that the
possession  of such a divine standard by which to judge attainment  is
far above us; one to which we may aspire in some dim future.  Here and
now the Pattern is within us.
        Sri Krishna Prem

Theoretically,  the practice of meditation is intended to withdraw the
personal mind from its persistent preoccupation with external affairs. 
It  can  be seen as a form of training for the mind in switching  from
matter to psyche.   There is a purpose.  It is to prepare the personal
nature so that it is able to reflect and express its relationship with
the Universal Self.

Throughout  history  there  have been a number of techniques  used  to
achieve a meditative state.   The most often used first step is a form
of  rhythmic breathing.   If done correctly,  a sequence of strong and
unusual  body  reactions occur.   These also will  eventually  trigger
unusual psychological states via a type of resonance effect.  A closer
examination of these resonance-relationships yields information useful
in improving the meditation.

Perhaps an example clarifies this:   When a subject is totally relaxed
and has achieved a deep meditative state,  a slow,  rhythmic sine wave
pattern can be registered by a cardiograph-type sensing device.   What
is  being  measured  is  a standing wave in the  aorta.   There  is  a
heart-aorta  resonating  oscillator which affects other parts  of  the
body, including the brain.

Resonance  occurs  when the natural vibration frequency of a  body  is
greatly  amplified  by vibrations at the same frequency  from  another
body.   Oscillators alter the environment in a periodic manner.   When
in  a deep meditative state the regular movement of the body indicates
that a standing wave is set up in the vascular system, specifically in
the aorta.   This standing wave affects several other resonate systems
in the body, all of which are driven by this large signal.

A  paper by Paul F.J.  New,  and several current papers,  indicate the
presence  of  a major resonate cavity oscillator located between   the
heart and the bifurcation,  where the aorta divides itself.   When the
timing  of  the  pressure pulses travel down the aorta   coincide  (in
phase) with the reflected pressure pulse, a standing wave is achieved. 
When  this frequency approaches 7Hz.,  a progressively amplified  wave
form  is  created  by  resonance,  resulting in  a  large  oscillation
affecting every other circuit in the body tuned to this frequency.

There  is  a resonance relationship to this frequency   with  standing
waves on the Earth's crust.   If we assume that the spherical crust of
the Earth represents a condenser,  then the frequency of resonance can
be calculated on the basis of the equation:

     Resonance frequency = C/7.3R2

Where  C is the velocity of propagation of electromagnetic waves and R
= radius of the Earth.  This frequency has been shown to be 6.4Hz.

Thus,  a  harmonic  frequency  corresponding to the pulsation  of  the
electrical charge of the Earth is present in heart/aorta.

The  brain may be considered as a piezoelectric gel3,  one  converting
physical vibrations into electrical ones.   Although the body movement
from this heart/aorta resonance is relatively small,  0.003-0.009 mm.,
the head is a dense and tight structure.   By moving up and down,  the
skull accelerates the brain with mild impacts.  These acoustical plane
waves  are  reflected from the cranial vault and are focused upon  the
third and lateral ventricles.   A hierarchy of frequencies couple this
7Hz. body movement to the higher frequencies in the ventricles.

That which is that bright within the heart;  in that this man resides,
innate with mind transcending death, with brilliance innate.
        Taittiriya Upanishad

In the book Biomedical Engineering Systems4, Chapter 7 is a major work
entitled  "Toward  A View of Man",  by Manfred Clynes.   Clynes  is  a
medical  doctor  working  at  the Research  Center  in  Rockman  State
Hospital,   Orangeburg,   New   York.    This  work  is  considered  a
breakthrough in the fields of psychology and medicine,  known today as
the field of psychobiology (biocybernetics).

Clynes  took a number of volunteers and shaved their heads,  placing a
series  of  electrodes in rosette patterns or various regions  of  the
brain.    These  included  the  temporal,  frontal  lobe  section  and
occipital  region.   In this way,  not only were the brain frequencies
monitored,  but  directional shifts in these frequencies could also be
determined by the geometry of the electrodes on the scull.

The original purpose of Clynes' work was to find out how precision and
order  exist  in  brain  processes;  to discover  what  is  inherently
programmed in man and how he might make use of the inherent programs.

These  individuals were given a number of images (form) and colors  to
concentrate   on  while  their  brain  was  monitored  by   computers. 
Recording  from  opposite  pairs  of  electrodes  simultaneously,   he
obtained  views  of  the electrical activity  from  different  angles: 
mathematically,  a  spatial  differentiation of the  electric  vector. 
What was happening literally was a mapping of consciousness.  A number
of very important observations were made:

    1.  Certain  qualities and relationships were of great importance
to  the  computer  than such quantitative factors such  as  intensity. 
This  meant  that the brain's systems of identification  are based  on
differences, rather than intensity of the signal.

    2.  Thin  lines  were  found  to  produce  characteristic  evoked
potentials,  irrespective of size.  The form itself is transduced into
another form in the brain space time which can be measured.   There is
a  one-to-one correspondence between the visual form of the  stimulus,
the response form in the brain, and the perception.

This  is,  perhaps,  the first physical description of the field of an
archetype.  It is a geometrical,structuring and has uniqueness.

    3.  The process of inhibition is as important for transducing the
external  world as is excitation.   Concentrating on specific lines of
geometry  does not constitute the changing stimulus,  but their steady
presence  systematically and radically alters the response to  another
changing stimulus.

    4.  Changes  in  intensity of a single color produce very  simple
response shape.  Light and darkness (as opposites) show no evidence of
being different values of the same variable.   Rather, they seem to be
the  result of stimulating and also of inhibiting different receptors. 
This,  the  evoked  potentials to light and darkness in no way may  be
said to be positive and negative,  respectively.  White,  for example,
appears in this view as the result of mutual inhibition of color.

    5.  These   experiments   clearly  imply  an  inherent  form   of
organization and not a random learning of nerve nets.   It is possible
to  mentally  recognize  and perceive the stimulus  within  the  first
portion of the invoked potential.   Portions responding (in the brain)
which occur later than 0.3 sec.  are seen as systematic processes,  or
tuned  circuits  to  those responses to specific  in-coming  stimulus. 
This  is a form of resonance in the brain to specific geometry.   This
could also lead to the formation of memory.

    6.  Every  perception  has a unique counterpart as  a  space-time
code  form  in  the brain.   These space-time shapes are  evidence  of
relationships between the external world and its representation in the
brain.   They  act like keys to "unlock"  specific parts of our brain,
often    being   observed   below   psychological   threshold   levels

Clynes  literally  mapped fields in the human brain.   A computer  was
able  to  identify and reproduce those geometrical figures  from  what
that human was concentrating on,  either as a geometric form or color. 
The  individual  did not even have to look at the pattern  but  simply
concentrate "in his mind's eye."   A standing wave means that the wave
is  not  changed,   but  is  holding  itself  steady  in  one  certain
geometrical thought.

If  quantum mechanical properties of matter are actually the conscious
property  of matter,  then one would predict that all phenomena  where
quantum  wave  explanations  are important,  the  phenomena  could  be
interpreted better in terms of consciousness.5

Our  planet is surrounded by a Layer of electrically charged particles
called the ionosphere.  The lower layer of the ionosphere starts about
80km.  from  the Earth.   This charges layer is known to reflect radio

Since this is a highly charges layer, the ionosphere forms a so-called
capacitor  with the Earth.   This means that there is a difference  in
electrical  potential  between  the two,  the Earth  being  negatively
charged  and the ionosphere being positively charged.   This potential
varies somewhat but is around 200 volts/m.

This is a fundamental type of electrical generator.   The solar winds,
interacting with the upper atmosphere rotation, act as a collector and
brushes of a generator.  The lower atmosphere can be seen as a storage
battery for this gradient potential.

This  electrostatic  around the Earth can be viewed as a stiff  jelly. 
When  our bodies move and vibrate,  these movements are transmitted to
the  environment.   These fields not only impinge on our body but they
also affect the charges inside our body.   When we are standing on the
ground,  under normal conditions, we are grounded.  Our body then acts
as  a  sink  for the electrostatic field and we actually  distort  the
force lines somewhat.

Our  body  also has its own electrostatic field about  itself.   These
field-lines are the result of the various biochemical reactions in the
body.  This resultant bio-field couples us to the isoelectric field of
the planet.

A  "tuned  system"  consists of at least two oscillators of  identical
resonance frequencies.  If one of the oscillators starts emitting, the
other  will  be  activated by the signal very  shortly.   Because  the
coupling is ideal,  they will respond to the tiniest signals and begin
to resonate.

In  1957,   W.O.  Schumann6  calculated  the  Earth-ionosphere  cavity
resonance frequencies.   His works were updated over the years and the
figure now used is at 7.5Hz.  As indicated previously, the micromotion
of the body is about 6.8 to 7.5Hz.

It is obvious that when one is in deep meditation,  it is possible for
the human being and the planet system to start resonating.  There is a
transfer  of energy.   It is no coincidence that this frequency is  in
the theta region of brainwaves, the state of maximum regeneration.

Information is embodied in a field, rather than just being a field.  A
field  is  thus  an abstract quantity  of  information;  relationships
between this point and that point in the universe.

Astral  temples  are set up to evoke a certain correspondence  effect,
like a resonance.   These temples are like a physical matrix, one with
specific geometrical form and color.

The  visualization,  in turn sets up a particular EM resonance in  the
brain.   The  reverberation pattern is most explicit.   Clarity is all
important.   Distortion minimizes the resonance effect and reduces any
amplification to connecting other "tuned" oscillators in the body.

Techniques  of extending this harmonious resonance have been known for
thousands  of years.   These are the different meditative  techniques. 
Most slow down the metabolic rate of the body so that much less oxygen
is required to keep the body going.

As  one  becomes proficient in meditation,  the breathing  becomes  so
gentle  as  not  to  disturb the resonate  state  of  the  aorta.   An
automatic  process  develops  in  which the lungs  and  the  diaphragm
regulates the heart-aorta system so as to keep them well-tuned.   This
helps extend the resonant behavior even with shallow breathing.

In  conclusion,  the  following  points should be made  regarding  the
resonant effects available through meditation:

    1.  There is a heart/aorta resonance which links up with a number
of  other critical oscillators,  including several in the  brain.   It
starts at the heart.

    2.  Specific  geometries or geometrical mandalas (form and color)
create resonance effects in the brain.  The pattern is repeated in the

    3.  Specific geometrical systems can be used as "keys"  to access
those specific archetypes.  Access occurs to the psyche.

    4.  This  linking  of resonant cavity oscillators can be seen  to
form  a  common  thread,  going  from Hadit (DNA-RNA  helix)  to  Nuit
(galactic hydrogen-helium field).

    5.  By "tuning"  one's meditation,  it is possible to amplify and
have access to the other resonant systems, in and out of the body.

The  Human organism has usually been regarded as a complex arrangement
of  chemical  elements and compounds.   The quantity and structure  of
these  variables are our reference points for states of health.   This
is the area of biochemistry and biochemical analysis.

An  equally  valid  approach  is to regard the human  organism  as  an
aggregation of electromagnetic fields which are constantly interacting
and  changing as are their biological equivalents.   It has been shown
that the human system is an emitter of electromagnetic radiations.7

All  biological  processes  are a function  of  electromagnetic  field
interactions.   EM fields are the connecting link between the world of
form and resonant patterns.

The  patterns are arbitrary forms which are non-physical.   Archetypal
forms are based on inherent characteristics and correspondences.  This
provides  a  basis  for  what  we would  call  resonant  phenomena  in
archetypal systems.   EM fields embody or store gestalts,  patterns of

An  archetype  may  then be seen as a specific geometrical  system  of
standing waves occurring in the brain as a space-time shape ("key").

In  living  organisms,  opposites receive their structure of  symmetry
from  particular combinations of spatial and temporal  aspects.   Like
reins on a horse,  each of the opposites of the psychological pair has
its  own place.   This geometric property makes them capable of  being
opposites.   The  activity  of each arm determines the  quantity;  the
spatial  identity  of the rein determines the quality.   There  is  no
monotonic  (or  linear)   transition  from one to  the  other  passing
through zero.

A  human being,  immersed in the galactic hydrogen-helium  field,  may
also  utilize the pulsing feedback between man and the galaxy to build
up  the  resonance effects,  much like we would tune a  radio.   These
primary frequencies are multiples of the base frequency 7 Hz.

These four nucleotides provide resonant frequencies for alpha,  theta,
and delta (the characteristic brain states going from consciousness to
deep  sleep:  14-2 Hz.).   This resonance relationship can be seen  to
link with helium inside the body at various chemical sites.

The  bridge  connecting  the  solar system resonances  and  the  brain
frequencies seem to reside in the DNA-RNA helix.

In  a  paper by Oliver Reiser8 from the University  of  Pittsburgh,  a
relationship  is developed between the four helium cores in an  atomic
nucleus and the matrix forms on the DNA and RNA. Reiser describes them
as  "radiation belts of thought,"   the four "nucleotides"  enter into
the  dynamics  of  these nuclear properties.  A spheron is  a  nuclear
constituent  roughly  spherical  in  shape and  spaced  in  concentric

The   platonic  solids  are  the  five  regular  solids  described  by
Pythagoras,  now  seen  to form all crystal formations.   These  forms
later became the basis of the mathematics known as group theory.   The
so-called  "resonances"  were  specific combinations of  five  regular
solids geometry.

"Helions" is Pauling's term for spherons when he modeled the helium in
the  sun,  the heliosphere around the Earth,  and the  hydrogen-helium
plasma of the galactic disc.  An optically activated molecule, such as
helium,  contains  an electron which is coerced into a helical path by
electric   field.    This  one-sided  spiral  is  maintained  in   the
intermolecular  transport  through protein molecules.   Note that  the
protein  units  of "spherical viruses"  are packed  symmetrically,  in
accordance with the pattern of cubic symmetry.   Once more we find our
way back to Pathagoras and the Platonic solids.!


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current.   This  phenomena is known as the piezoelectric effect.   The
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