Quantum Entanglements

Science and Pseudoscience

Everything in what we perceive of as our reality is a consciousness hologram that is 'entangled' within the matrix of its creation. Since 11/11/11 this has come into greater focus because humanity's binary codes have been triggered linked to number 11. For me it's about the progression of time.

It's all accelerating .... faster than the speed of light.

  Test confirms particles appear to travel faster than the speed of light   CNN - November 22, 2011
In September, scientists found that tiny particles called neutrinos appeared to do just that, defying Einstein's special theory of relativity. Physicists with the OPERA (Oscillation Project with Emulsion-tRacking Apparatus) experiment said in September that neutrinos sent about 454 miles (730 kilometers) from CERN in Switzerland arrived at ItalyŐs Gran Sasso National Laboratory a fraction of a second sooner than they should have according to Einstein's theory.

Particles can be quantum entangled through time as well as space   109.com - January 26, 2011

Quantum entanglement says that two particles can become intertwined so that they always share the same properties, even if they're separated in space. Now it seems particles can be entangled in time, too. Basically, entangled particles share all their quantum properties, even if they are separated by massive distances in space. The really odd part is that any changes made to the properties of one particle will instantly occur in the other particle. There are some subtle reasons why this doesn't actually violate the speed of light. Physicists have figured out a series of thought experiments about how to entangle particles across time.

Physicists may not be able to prove what I am experiencing but ... the time differential between shifting patterns in our hologram has changed. It's as if the entanglement distance between two objects in the quantum mechanics of this reality - is moving closer. What took years in the past - then months - then weeks - now takes days - and that number is reducing exponentially. When time compression reduces to minutes, you'll experience closure in a new way. Your perception of your movement through time is shifting as everything collapses like a slinky that spirals (springs) back to the beginning - or the metaphoric eye in the black hole of creation. In our part of the consciousness grid it's at the center of the spiraling Milky Way Galaxy (Sagittarius) (2012).

Einstein spoke about "spooky action at a distance" between two entangled particles. Let's say you have two particles that have become entangled. Now one particle can instantaneously tell what the other one is doing without being anywhere near it. It's like telepathy. The two particles can be anywhere in the universe (universal grid), yet remain connected. This could explain a lot about our personal relationships. It's called quantum entanglement - and like our brains - is based on Binary Code (0101011) ... while the program itself is created by the Fibonacci sequence (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13) - again it begins and ends with zero and ones or 11. The 11 in 2011 is ending which takes us down to 0.

Further, you know how some people are able to see the deterioration of the grids. Check out this article from Wired News that takes it all back to the Eye (the eye of time) and everything I've been blogging about for 16 years.

How to See Quantum Entanglement   Wired - June 2, 2010
Human eyes can detect the spooky phenomenon of quantum entanglement - but only sometimes, a new study on the physics preprint website arXiv.org claims. While eyes can help determine if two individual photons were recently entangled, they canŐt tell if the brighter bunch of photons that actually hit the retina are in this bizarre quantum state. In general you think these quantum phenomena that involve only a few particles, theyŐre really far removed from us. That is actually not so true anymore, said physicist Nicolas Brunner of the University of Bristol. You could really go to an experiment by just having people look at these photons, and from there really actually see entanglement.

  Entanglement Explanation by Dr. Quantum [1:04]
Cute video that explains how everything is connected.

  The Possibility of Using Quantum Entanglement to Transmit Information   Dr. Michio Kaku - 2011 [2:12]
Good explanation from Dr. Michio Kaku who explains how Einstein scoffed at the idea of quantum entanglement, calling it 'spooky action at a distance.' And while it has in fact been proven to exist, this entanglement canŐt be used to transmit any usable information. Does Einstein still have the last laugh?

  Fabric of the Universe Quantum Leap   NOVA - November 16, 2011
[This is part 3 in the PBS NOVA series.] Physicists Brian Greene discusses Quantum Mechanics and Spin (of course it's spin). And what location did he choose to explain 'spin'? Why Coney Island of course, at the same Amusement Park George and I had our "Fringe Experience" on 2/11/09. Is that 11/11? It's all entangled and includes Albert Einstein, who I remember working with in the WWII grid when I was a German male physicist. [View the amusement park at 26:00 on the video.] Great Video

Quantum Entanglement   Encyclopedia of Science
Identical twins, it's said, can sometimes sense when one of the pair is in danger, even if they're oceans apart. Tales of telepathy abound. Scientists cast a skeptical eye over such claims, largely because it isn't clear how these weird connections could possibly work. Yet they've had to come to terms with something that's no less strange in the world of physics: an instantaneous link between particles that remains strong, secure, and undiluted no matter how far apart the particles may be Đ even if they're on opposite sides of the universe. It's a link that Einstein went to his grave denying, yet its existence is now beyond dispute. This quantum equivalent of telepathy is demonstrated daily in laboratories around the world. It holds the key to future hyperspeed computing and underpins the science of teleportation. Its name is entanglement.

Quantum Entanglement   Wikipedia
The counterintuitive predictions of quantum mechanics about strongly correlated systems were first discussed by Albert Einstein in 1935, in a joint paper with Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen. In this study, they formulated the EPR paradox, a thought experiment that attempted to show that quantum mechanical theory was incomplete.

The Einstein-Rosen Bridge

also known as a Wormhole

Above and Below - The Emerald Tablets of Thoth and Zero Point Merge

Pyramids (Cones) above and below entangled in Time

Collapsing Grids

Conclusion: Within the gridwork of the hologram, all is connected.

It started with what is called the Big Bang and ends the same way.

End of Act III (Stephen Spielberg) ... Fade to Black ... Experiment Over

The Fabric of the Cosmos

Space, Holographic Universe, Illusion of Time, Quantum Mechanics, Multiverse

Consciousness & Reality

Reality as a Hologram, Illusion of Time, Quantum Mechanics, Multiverse

Quantum Entanglements and Diamonds

Brain - Binary Code - Fibonacci Numbers

Aliens and Lucid Dreams - What's Real?

Holographic Universe





Sacred Geometry

12 Around 1 - Alchemy Wheel