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Temporal Archaeometrics

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Modern science has a habit of often assuming ignorance or naivety on prior generations innovations and ideas, in general.

Society, in general, has a nasty habit of assuming ‘new’ is always the ‘best way’.

And dismissing fiction as simply fiction.

It’s my belief there’s things to be learned – scientifically – historically – and our society is missing key areas of innovation and new science based on science’s current habit of discrediting old science – often regarding it as fiction as well as beliefs and processes to make room for new ones.

What is Temporal Archaeometrics?

Temporal Archaeometrics is the archaeological study of the relationships between Space as it relates to Time, and the exploration, discovery, documenting and development of real world mechanisms – individual and collective – which establish, influence, leverage and control the relationships between space, the individual, and time.

Time and Space are a construct of the mind.

Temporal archaeometrics merely uncovers the historical relationships between mind and matter.

I would like to pursue a Doctorate in Temporal Archaeometrics at a reputable University which will support my pursuit of this and the research necessary to assert my thesis.

Personal background:

I have a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Marketing with a 3.74 GPA, and a Master’s Degree in Global Business Administration and a 3.14 GPA. I have also worked in Information Technology for 30 years in quite literally all capacities.

And I am currently homeless.

Most Universities pay a ‘stipend’ for Doctoral Students, and provide housing, and some financial support for research.

This research oriented role will get me off the street – out of public parks – and place me into a ‘contributive role’ to the world and economy.

If you’re interested in ‘helping’ me, then please forward this to someone who might be able to assist in my educational studies.

MIT (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology) would be my first choice, based on my long time respect and clout of the University’s name.

CALTECH I am more recently familiar with, which is another very reputable  institution.

I haven’t researched alternative Universities. But I will if others contact me concerning this.

Potential thesis material:

  1. Star Trek “Warp Theory” is real, based on principles principles of the Einstein physics and the Einstein-Rosen-Bridge.
  2. Gravity is created by the psychological belief it exists and artificial gravity can be created leveraging similar mechanisms. This is why physicists are only able to measure it’s effects and not directly determine its source.
  3. Nature wastes absolutely nothing, and Earth’s true history in its entirety has been captured in that which is regarded as fiction. (This will require proving that all theories are real: ie: The Multiple Universe Theory, Alternate Realities, the Big Bang Theory, and so on)

The Mystery Spot – An experiment on the collective alteration of natural Gravity

At the Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz, California, a level is set on the ground on top of two wooden planks about 4 foot in length.  With the bubble of the level firmly in the middle indicating the two flat wooden planks are level, two volunteers are selected to stand on either end of the planks.

They look at eachother, eye to eye, and then are asked to switch positions.

In moments, we see that one has shrunk in proportion to another.

This is repeated time and again with other volunteers, to profound visual effect.

The video of this can be seen on Youtube, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVGpTh66h30

What creates this effect?

Being real, there’s two possibilities, one explained through physics:

A man documented his research here which demonstrated the flow of time was different within the area than outside the area.

With Einstein’s equation of relativity, e=mc^2, mass is related to the speed of light which gives a direct relationship to the length of a meter.

The meter is the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a second.

Now light’s a constant.

But gravity is not, is an inertial force over a finite period of time.

Relate w=mg and perceptual differences with height to the speed of light, and relate it all to scale. Also, how does mass relate to the scale (size) of an object? Gotta figure this one out.

One explained through illusion based psychology:

The entire site is built with buildings at weird angles to emphasize the ‘optical illusion’.

But many sites – including wikipedia – attempt to ‘explain away’ the entire production as an illusion based on angles.

That explanation doesn’t hold up under scrutiny: As a level being used to demonstrate flat and level surfaces isn’t manipulable, and a ball placed on a flat surface shouldn’t appear to defy the physical rules of space unless there’s something else at work.

The above ‘physics’ explanation also doesn’t hold up under scrutiny, as the air inside the level would follow the same physical laws as the ball.

Which suggests there’s something else at work.

It’s my belief the angles ‘program’ the collective minds of the observers to expect gravity to work in a fashion relative to the angles, and the balls and other objects follow suit. It’s my belief that most people don’t fully understand mechanical technology such as the level, so it does not.

Thought shapes the collective experience which permanently alters the laws of the physical space making the ball roll up hill.

The angles merely emphasize and contribute to the effectiveness of the effect


Washington study shows 23.3% drop in violent crime during same period of time a meditating group ran it’s experiment to ‘meditate to drop violent crime’.

A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Social Indicators Research reports on one of the most dramatic sociological experiments ever undertaken. Researchers predicted in advance that the calming influence of group meditation practice could reduce violent crime by over 20 percent in Washington, D.C., during an 8-week period in the summer of 1993.

In fact, the findings later showed that the rate of violent crime–which included assaults, murders, and rapes–decreased by 23 percent during the June 7 to July 30 experimental period. The odds of this result occurring by chance are less than 2 in 1 billion. Rigorous statistical analyses ruled out an extensive list of alternative explanations, according to John Hagelin, lead author of the study and director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa.

More on the study can be seen here: http://www.worldpeacegroup.org/washington_crime_study.html


Rain Dances (ritualistic Practice of Native Indians)

Rainmaking is a weather modification ritual that attempts to invoke rain.

Among the most well known examples of weather modification rituals are North American rain dances, historically performed by many Native American tribes, particularly in the Southwestern United States. Some of these weather modification rituals are still implemented today

The steps of the rain dance itself are quite intricate, and unlike circle dances, which are seen in many Native American ceremonies, the men and women stood in separate lines and made zigzagging patterns. It is significant that, while many Native American rituals involved only men, or at least, were more concerned with their influence, the rain dance involved both men and women, showing the importance of rain to the entire community. This rain dance was meant to bring rain for the entire year or for a specific season.

Did the collective ‘belief’ in the rain dance create the seasons we now take for granted?

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