Ley lines? Consider the faults within the
earth's crust and then small movements that rub piezo-electric
crystals together, the same silicon based structures that
produce enough electricity to generate a spark in a lighter,
pass currents through the earth. Some people can sense where
these lines are with what appear to be very simple tools.
The fact is that it is the person's own body that picks up
the signals, the tools merely pinpoint the source.
That little device in science
fiction that enables a doctor to "scan" a body for injury or
illness is not so far fetched as it might seem. All that is
required is to isolate the signals within the body that deal
with the immune system and simply read them out on some form
of screen. Finding a computer capable of such complex decoding
is not going to be easy. Perhaps, given that we have managed
to train "etherial spies" (see note 1) it might be easier to
train people to diagnose using such advanced technology, by
using their minds,... the most advanced computer known to
There are many things in science fiction that are
the ideas of fertile minds and a little alternative vision.
Some are not so far fetched. What is often portrayed in sci-fi
is our fear of what we do not understand, giving all alien
lifeforms some measure of threat to life on our small planet.
Personally, I doubt that very much!!
Perhaps the biggest
threat to life on Earth is actually humans.
The purpose of this theory is to encourage you to
investigate yourself, look at your life and how it functions.
Look around our world and the universe.
Close your eyes and
imagine yourself looking down on your home or office from
outside and above it, look around from that point. It is not
impossible to perceive all things from a very different
perspective, the perspective you choose will determine what
you actually learn. If you confine yourself to material, you
will see material from a single point,.... the one you always
use. Experiment with your mind, you have only used a fraction
of it for most of your life,... there is more to it than
I'm not convenional,... oh you'd
(1/ "Psychic Warrior" by David Morehouse is a book well