From: Fred Meagher
Type: Forum
Group: Alliance Plenary
Subject: One Magnetic Circle
Date: November 21, 2014
“Chaup” is the local Kuumeyaay Indian name of a ‘ball lightning’ manifestation; a fire that burns without consuming; very similar to a burning bush. Like Kacthina Entities and the Elohim of whom it is said Jehovah was one; these beings/forces were known to respond to human evocation at the proper times and places. Ball lightning is still unexplained in current physics; as is consciousness for that matter. Having had manifestations of these Beings including an image in the photo sphere of the Sun from the SOHO observatory mimicking my reading moments before, to an actual fireball floating over the trees tracked by the Cuyamaca fire department, I can say I have an opinion on these manifestations; channeling I know nothing about.
The existence of plasma beings in various forms can be found in mythologies from every corner of the earth. Djinn, Elohim, Nagas, Kacthina, Kahunas, Taathua Danaan, and so on were seen and called on since humans began. I believe They are the origins of the ideas of gods; but are a mystery far greater than myth or physics can indicate. Residual ghosts of humans were only a fifth of the spiritual dimensions of the Tibetan Buddhist cosmology. There are the worlds of the Spirits of Animals, the world of Ghosts and Demons, the World of Humans, Demigods and the realm of the Gods Themselves. These energy force Entities seem to be the background for all these beings/phenomenon. I have personal stories of numerable contacts with beings of this nature, human ghosts I know nothing about. Here is a bit of Clark Maxwell’s thinking about all this, a founder of modern physics, and a mystic to boot:
From: http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/warrant10.htm
The cornerstone of the hyperdimensional model (as applied to the problem of "unexplained" astrophysical energy sources) is that historically, there is a perfectly natural explanation for such "anomalous energy" appearing in celestial bodies ... which, unfortunately, hasn't been seriously considered by Science for over 100 years:
The existence of unseen hyperspatial realities ... that, through information transfer between dimensions, are the literal "foundation substrate" maintaining the reality of everything in this dimension.
The mathematical and physical parameters required for such "information/energy gating" into this spatial dimension from potential "n dimensions" were primarily founded in the pioneering work of several 19th Century founders of modern mathematics and physics: among these, German mathematician Georg Riemann; Scottish physicist Sir William Thompson (who would eventually be Knighted by the British Crown as "Baron Kelvin of Largs" for his scientific and technological contributions); Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell; and British mathematician Sir William Rowan Hamilton.
In 1867 Thompson, following decades of inquiry into the fundamental properties of both matter and the space between, proposed a radical new explanation for the most fundamental properties of solid objects  the existence of "the vortex atom." This was in direct contradiction to then prevailing 19th Century theories of matter, in which atoms were still viewed as infinitesimal "small, hard bodies [as] imagined by [the Roman poet] Lucretius, and endorsed by Newton ..." Thompson's "vortex atoms" were envisioned, instead, as tiny, self sustaining "whirlpools" in the socalled "aether"  which Thompson and his 19th Century contemporaries increasingly believed extended throughout the Universe as an allpervasive, incompressible fluid.
Even as Thompson published his revolutionary model for the atom, Maxwell, building on Thompson's earlier explorations of the underlying properties of this "aetheric fluid," was well on the way to devising a highly successful "mechanical" vortex model of the "incompressible aether" itself, in which Thompson's vortex atom could live  a model derived in part from the laboratoryobserved elastic and dynamical properties of solids. Ultimately, in 1873, he would succeed in uniting a couple hundred years of electrical and magnetic scientific observations into a comprehensive, overarching electromagnetic theory of light vibrations ... carried across space by this "incompressible and highly stressed universal aetheric fluid ..."
Maxwell's mathematical basis for his triumphant unification of these two great mystery forces of 19th Century physics were "quaternions"  a term invented (adopted would be a more precise description) in the 1840s by mathematician Sir William Rowan Hamilton, for "an ordered pair of complex numbers" (quaternion = four). Complex numbers themselves, according to Hamilton's clarifications of longmysterious terms such as "imaginary" and "real" numbers utilized in earlier definitions, were nothing more than "pairs of real numbers which are added or multiplied according to certain formal rules." In 1897, A.S. Hathaway formally extended Hamilton's ideas regarding quaternions as "sets of four real numbers" to the idea of four spatial dimensions, in a paper entitled "Quaternions as numbers of fourdimensional space," published in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society [4 (1887), 54 7].
It is obvious from Maxwell's own writings that, even before Hathaway's formalization, his choice of quaternions as mathematical operators for his electromagnetic theory was based on his belief that three dimensional physical phenomena (including even perhaps the basis of human consciousness itself) are dependent upon higher dimensional realities. For, in honor of another great mathematician of the time, multidimensional geometer Arthur Cayley, Maxwell wrote ...
"Oh WRETCHED race of men, to space confined! What honour can ye pay to him, whose mind To that which lies beyond hath penetrated? The symbols he hath formed shall sound his praise, And lead him on through unimagined ways To conquests new, in worlds not yet created.
First, ye Determinants! In ordered row And massive column ranged, before him go, To form a phalanx for his safe protection. Ye powers of the nth roots of  1! Around his head in ceaseless* cycles run, As unembodied spirits of direction.
And you, ye undevelopable scrolls! Above the host wave your emblazoned rolls, Ruled for the record of his bright inventions. Ye cubic surfaces! By threes and nines Draw round his camp your sevenand twenty lines The seal of Solomon in three dimensions.
March on, symbolic host! With step sublime, Up to the flaming bounds of Space and Time! There pause, until by Dickenson depicted, In two dimensions, we the form may trace Of him whose soul, too large for vulgar space, In n dimensions flourished unrestricted."
 James Clerk Maxwell To the Committee of the Cayley Portrait Fund  1887
Confirmation that Maxwell's "hyperdimensional" inquiries extended far beyond "mere" physical interactions can be seen from another of his "unknown" poems ...
"My soul is an entangled knot, Upon a liquid vortex wrought By Intellect in the Unseen residing. And thine doth like a convict sit,
With marlinspike untwisting it, Only to find its knottiness abiding; Since all the tool for its untying In fourdimensional space are lying."
In another work ("The Aether," 1876), Maxwell underscored the "ultimate" significance of these inquiries ...
"Whether this vast homogeneous expanse of isotropic matter [the aether] is fitted not only to be a medium of physical Interaction between distant bodies, and to fulfill other physical functions of which, perhaps we have as yet no conception, but also as the authors of The Unseen Universe seem to suggest, to constitute the material organism of beings excercising functions of life and mind as high or higher than ours are at resent, is a question far transcending the limits of physical speculation ..."
This startling connection  between Maxwell's demonstrably deep interest in questions "hyperdimensional," including his direct homage to one of his scientific mentors', Arthur Cayley's hyperdimensional geometry (the "27 lines on the general cubic surface" problem  see diagram, right); and our rediscovery over a century later of that same geometry ... at a place called "Cydonia" ... on Mars  is nothing short of astonishing. But, if you doubt such a compelling connection, just reread those key lines
"...Ye cubic surfaces! By threes and nines, Draw round his camp your sevenandtwenty lines The seal of Solomon in three dimensions [emphasis added] .."
Which, of course, are nothing less than the geometrical and mathematical underpinnings of the infamous "circumscribed tetrahedral latitude" memoralized all over Cydonia ... 19.5 degrees, the identical, hyper dimensional quaternion geometry whose physical effects (see below) we have now rediscovered all across the solar system ... and beyond!
[Acknowledgments: the author wishes to extend deep appreciation to Lt. Col. T.E. Bearden (U.S. Army, Ret.) for his many years of historical research and technical analysis, which have made key aspects of this proposal possible; to Marianne Shenefield for her long collaboration in exploring practical applications of James Clerk Maxwell's pioneering interest in "hyperdimensional consciousness"; and to Rhonda Eklund  for rediscovering Maxwell's original "hyperdimensional poetry."]
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