The Resonance Key: Exploring the Links Between Vibration, Consciousness, and the Zero Point Grid

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"The new physics will have to account for a 'field of consciousness,' and it may have to deal with the idea that intelligence and awareness [do] not require a physical
body in the sense we are used to."
-Claude Swanson, author of The Synchronized Universe

What if the true nature of reality were like an onion, made up of layer upon layer that, when peeled back, would reveal a ...

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Overview

"The new physics will have to account for a 'field of consciousness,' and it may have to deal with the idea that intelligence and awareness [do] not require a physical
body in the sense we are used to."
-Claude Swanson, author of The Synchronized Universe

What if the true nature of reality were like an onion, made up of layer upon layer that, when peeled back, would reveal a creative, self-regenerating, weblike core? A center that could contain the whole of all that is, was, and will be?

As physicists search for a Theory of Everything, those who dare explore the paranormal are similarly searching for a unifying theory to explain the vast unknown, from UFOs, ghosts, and cryptoids to clairvoyance, remote viewing, and teleportation. How do these things occur? Where do they come from? What triggers their manifestation in our simple, three-dimensional reality?

Scientists and paranormal researchers alike are looking to resonance as the theory that could bridge the gap between science and the supernatural...and explain every facet of reality in between. The Resonance Key dives into the most amazing new ideas, theories, and research that link vibration, mind, and matter, including:

• What ancient civilizations knew about resonance and the use of vibratory patterns found in art, nature, and science, and how they incorporated resonance into their sacred temples, megaliths, and churches.
• The most cutting-edge research into the brain and human consciousness, and their roles in perceiving, and creating reality.
• Why the Zero Point Grid may be the most foundational infrastructure of reality itself.

The Resonance Key opens the doorto a stunning new vision of what may finally be the holy grail of science and the paranormal.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781601630568
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2009
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 1,369,707
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Marie D. Jones is the author of PSIence and 2013: End of Days Or A New Beginning? She is co-founder of ParaExplorers with Larry Flaxman, with whom she wrote 11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon. Jones has been featured on many radio shows, including Coast to Coast AM With George Norry. She lives in San Marcos, California.

Larry Flaxman is President of ARPAST, the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team, and cofounder of ParaExplorers. He serves as a technical consultant to several paranormal research groups. He has been widely interviewed for print, TV, and radio and lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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