The Scole Experiments, Quantum Reincarnation And The Search For Immortality
OK so we have all heard of reincarnation, and I would imagine that most of us will not only be interested in the possibility, but also hopeful that is true. To live again and maybe again, maybe this would prove to actually be immortality.
Of course there are plenty of claims around the world that reincarnation is not just belief but fact.
Just one such case is the James Linegar story, who clearly remembered his past life as a Second World War pilot. You can read about this in depth here or check out the video at the bottom of this article. This is just one of many, many claims of people having access to past life memories. Another example is the Ohio boy named Luke who claimed to his mother that in his past life he was a girl called Pam. Check that out here and again check out the video at the bottom of this article. Or check out this 3 year old who even named his murderer in his past life - the link is here, video at bottom of the page. I think you get the idea, there are lots.
So what actually is reincarnation?
One theory is that it is more scientific than has previously been given credit for. While some argue that the soul is what makes us divine and indeed human, the quantum theory of reincarnation is that the soul is basically electrical energy – atoms and particles that are dispelled from the body and into the atmosphere around them upon death.
This makes a certain amount of sense. The theory that aspects of the paranormal can be explained scientifically in terms of energy has been put forward before to explain things such as ghost sightings. It has been suggested that a "ghost" might be the energy, physical energy, of the person that remains.
Some ancient cultures spoke of themselves as “going to live among the stars" upon death. Could it be that the soul as particles of energy might indeed leave the Earth’s atmosphere and literally become part of space and space matter – essentially living among the stars. Were these ancient perceptions of the afterlife more scientific than we give them credit for?
Quantum reincarnation works in much the same way. Energy particles leave the body upon death and are projected into the atmosphere. Remember these particles are essentially the soul and contain our memories, knowledge, maybe even our traits and personality. These quantum soul particles, assuming they stay on Earth, in theory at least, end up in an embryo and at times, the energy also implants memories of it’s past life into it’s new one.
Far-fetched as this theory is, and there are still many questions as to the whys and hows of such a theory, it is very interesting.
Is this what deja vu may be? What about when you see someone’s face that you think you know but also know you have never met? Does it happen to us all or just some of us? Would these “soul energy” particles enter a living person, not in terms of possession or taking over the body, but would that person then gain access to that soul or person’s knowledge? Is that the reason why sometimes we know silly things and bits of random information but have no idea why?
Nikola Tesla had stated before that everything emitted energy and that the air was full of energy particles. Just one of his famous theories was that “If you want to understand the universe think of energy, vibration and frequency.”
If the quantum soul theory can be proven it may indeed open up other avenues of the paranormal for us to investigate in a similar fashion. This link here is to an article involving Russian scientists who attempted to obtain physical evidence of what we have called the Soul and what happens at the point of death.
The Scole experiment from the early 1990s looked to also answer the question of the after life, and has people divided as to whether it was a clever hoax or some of the most scientific proof that there is a soul and life after death.
It was carried out in November 1993 in the small English country village of Scole, and was aimed at providing “real” evidence of life after death. Proof that human beings did indeed have a soul that existed in the “after life.” They too were looking to prove this using the theory that energy was the key.
They were led by Robin Foy, who had himself studied this particular field for decades prior to these experiments and was a member of the respected Society for Physical Research.
A seemingly genuine effort was made to ensure that it was clear there was no tampering or trickery at work.
The experiments were carried out in a cellar that had no other access points other than the door leading down to the cellar which would be locked from the outside.
The table they used to conduct their séance and make their circle was purposely chosen so that it went to the ground and did not permit any of the participants to interfere with any part of the experiment in this manner.
Everyone who sat at the table even wore illuminous loom bands so that their hands could be seen all the time.
As a further, almost bizarre experiment in itself, an unused roll of camera film was sealed in a box and then locked before the experiment went ahead. If there was an afterlife maybe it would show itself on the film.
There were a large number of sitters at these séances and the phenomena witnessed was consistent.
However, sceptics argue that these investigations were flawed, mainly in that all of the controls that were put in place were agreed to and controlled by the medium and not the investigators. Even the loom bands that the mediums wore was said to be “an old trick” and that they had been provided by the mediums and not even investigated or tested by the investigators involved. The tests have been recreated by these sceptics also leading them to insist that they know “how they did it!”
Opinion remains divided with others saying it is one of the best offerings of proof of life after death, and that the soul has the ability to interact with the living.
Participants claimed that they did hear actual voices and names called out. Some said they could feel themselves being shoved or pushed at times, and there were even said to be visible bright particles of light or energy that were seen during the sittings.
Perhaps though, the most startling evidence was the roll of film in the sealed box. When opened it revealed some remarkable images. See below and make up your own minds.
Some people insist that you can easily fake the pictures the Scole experiment offered as further proof of life after death – in particular the pattern type images that could be done by use of chemicals. Others though insist the pictures are genuine proof of intense energy in the room, and the face itself offered as proof of a soul making itself known.
As long as human beings are alive they will be interested in what happens after death. Will we go on as a Soul? Will we live again? And if you look at cryogenics and the real possibility of “living again” through scientific advancements, will we ever achieve what humans have truly hungered for since the dawn of time, immortality?
For a little bit of further reading check out this link on Dr. Robert Lanza and Biocentrism, where the theory is expanded on even further. Also check out the videos below for some further viewing.
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