THE EUREKA CONCEPT
So we have now reached a Eureka point of the first magnitude (Figure 9). Hyperspatial engineering, virtual state engineering, curved space, photon kinking,
mind-life-consciousness engineering, and nested modulation are all the same thing! We directly engineer the virtual state, hyperspace, curved spacetime, and the life-consciousness loop itself, including the mind, with relatively simple
de vices that accomplish, transmit, and receive nested orders of modulations. Indeed we have opened Pandora's box, for this is the greatest tool ever dreamed of by humankind. Consequently it can be used either for the good of mankind or for its detriment. And this tool appears already to have been weaponized by the Soviets.
In Figure 9, note that modulation, photon kinking, the appearance of
side bands with the unchanged carrier, impressing a virtual pattern upon a photon, and impressing hyperspatial components into or onto a photon are equivalent. Further, if we assume that the electromagnetic wave (pure, undistorted wave in a linear medium) is given by Maxwell's equations, then modulation mathematically consists of impressing a particular differential operator function and a
nonlineari ty upon Maxwell's equations. For each modulation pattern, a particular virtual structure is impressed on the photon, which is the same as impressing a particular hyperspatial pattern upon it. Each specific pattern impressed on the photon (that is each particular kink pattern of the photon) corresponds to a specific differential operator function. Through this means, a specific theory can be constructed
empirically. That is, one can work out the effects of various mixtures of waves on specific biological systems, measure the specific channels used by the
mind-life-consciousness loop, and so on. The Lisitsyn paper and Kazhinskiy's "biological radio" work in fact state that the Soviets have already done precisely this, and the Kaznacheyev paper shows that a large number of related biophoton experiments were in fact carried out in Soviet military laboratories. But let us look at some very important and exciting German work directly related to this area.