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by Mark Sircus
10 February 2011
from IMVA Website

I would like to introduce you to a marvelous person, Nassim Haramein, and in this first of two
videos of his I will present in this chapter he humorously demonstrates how hypnotized we can be
about some pretty big things.

There has been a rising chatter about extraterrestrials lately in the news but the greatest evidence of
their existence are the pyramids, which humans still don’t have the engineering to build.

Over a hundred years ago the truth of human history was completely distorted by British
Egyptologists whose minds could not grasp any other explanation for the Pyramids and the Sphinx
than that those simple farmers made them with little more than their bare hands when they weren’t
busy out in the fields.

In this below video of Nassim, he speaks about what is beyond water, beyond matter, which is
unlimited energy and the wholeness of space, which cannot be divided against itself.

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por MiliganAjonegro
Diciembre 30, 2008
del Sitio Web YouTube

Nassim Haramein nos habla de los conceptos erróneos que se enseñan en las escuelas y
universidades sobre las pirámides, los Dioses-Sol que las construyeron y los extraños cráneos
encontrados en templos por Suramérica...

Nassim Haramein talks about the misconceptions that are taught in schools and universities
pyramids, the Sun-Gods who built them and the strange skulls found in temples of South America...

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It’s a leap for many to understand the edges of life, but it does seem that light, energy and water are
the foundational stones to biological existence.

More than this, light, energy, water and space are caught up in our worlds and experiences of
perception. Most do not know that color (specific light frequencies) shape our perceptual abilities just
as they have their affect on water as the light passes through.

Nassim says that inside of us, inside of all pieces of matter, is a black hole that leads both into and
out of space - a pure space with endless potential energy.

And he tells us that through our connection to this zero point of pure space we are connected with all
pure spaces that are everywhere in existence. When we probe the very reaches of the universe we
begin to understand that there is only one space and everything rests in its belly.

Things can exist inside the vast space of the universe but on a fundamental level these things do not
have the power to divide space from itself. Nothing in the created universe has this power except the
egocentric mind that mistakenly thinks its king of reality.

That is exactly what the ego is - the illusion of separation, the perception of separation - a bubble self
that defines us as separate from the zero point of pure space or what I call pure consciousness.

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Pure Water - Space - Pure Consciousness


To understand something as important and beautiful as pure water we need to understand
consciousness because pure consciousness and pure water have many things in common.

Though absolute pure water does not exist outside of a laboratory except as a concept, pure
consciousness is not a concept, but it is rarely experienced or perceived in its pure form.

Pure consciousness, what is that? It is much easier to say what it isn’t than what it is.

If we sit down in meditation and relax until we do not feel our bodies, then slow our minds down till
there are no more thoughts to think, and calm our hearts until there is no more emotion, no feeling,
no hearing, and no images in our imagination, what do we have left?

Nothing but our very own pure consciousness; pure awareness is what is left and this is the
foundation of everything that we are.

Meditation
Instead of talking about pure consciousness let me share a meditation I have been doing that might
facilitate an experience of it.

First get comfortable in a chair or lie down in your bed or on the floor and simply relax
for a minute. You can imagine all your muscles in each section of your body getting
heavier and relaxing.

Then you start breathing air/energy into your brain, kind of washing it with the incoming
breath letting it circulate around and around, and then exhaling. You could breathe in,
counting to 20 or 30, hold your breath for that count, and then exhale for that count,
then trying again to wash the brain of its non-stop thoughts by throwing the breath of
life into it over and over.

The more practiced the easier this is but know that the last thing our minds want to do
is dissolve into the nothingness of pure space or pure consciousness.

Once you get the mind’s velocity below the supersonic level and further down to the
point where you are ready to touch down on experiences of being, bring your
awareness down into the heart chakra, into the chest, and from your feeling center
expand out to the whole world (or whole universe) and identify your caring for it. Then
pull your energy back to the self and repeat.

When you look out on the whole world and everyone on it, you can identify with what
you might think a great being would think or feel, having a caring for everyone and the
whole of life is a nice feeling that we can cherish and appreciate.

Finally you drop into the first chakra, which is most connected to the body and breathe
in, charging the chakra with energy, then expand the gathering energy you feel there
and use it to energize your entire body. It is like using your consciousness, the mind
and the breath as a pump - and this center is the sexual center after all and it is not
that difficult for most people to feel something here.

But whatever we feel we instantly channel it as pure energy to our body and even to
our energy field or aura.

Then go back to step one and breathe into the brain and enjoy the sensation of mental
stillness, of mind relaxation and the slowing of the endless internal mental river.

Try not to think of anything but be aware of your awareness, aware of your
consciousness, aware of your feelings (as opposed to emotions driven by thoughts).

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Pure consciousness is something we begin to experience as all thoughts recede. When we become
like distilled water empty of all impurities of body sensations, emotions and thoughts, we enter a new
space that is both full and empty at the same time.

Practicing this or any similar meditation on a daily basis actually strengthens the mind because it
quiets the mind.

Bathing oneself in this zero-point field can be quite enlightening and centering while it brings
rejuvenation to one’s body, heart, mind and soul. The zero point space is coherent and has a
wonderful affect on the water of one’s body like light has on water in Pollack’s water experiments.
This should be obvious since we are now defining our physical presence as more water than
anything else.

We are water and we are space (which we just got in touch with via meditation) and sure, we are
protein and bone and a few other things as well.

Information in Space
There is growing scientific evidence that space itself can store information. Some scientists call this
the "zero point field" or the "implicate order."

Lynne McTaggart calls it "The Field".

She says,

"Walter Schempp’s explosive discovery about quantum memory set off the most
outrageous idea of all:

short- and long-term memory doesn’t reside in our brain at all, but instead
is stored in the Zero Point Field.

After Pribram’s discoveries, a number of scientists, including systems theorist Ervin


Laszlo, would go on to argue that the brain is simply the retrieval and read-out
mechanism of the ultimate storage medium - The Field.

Pribram’s associates from Japan would hypothesize that what we think of as memory
is simply a coherent emission of signals from the Zero Point Field, and that longer
memories are a structured grouping of this wave information.

If this were true, it would explain why one tiny association often triggers a riot of sights,
sounds and smells.

It would also explain why, with long-term memory in particular, recall is instantaneous
and doesn’t require any scanning mechanism to sift though years and years of
memory."

Return to The Astral


Plane
Return to The Memory of Water
Return to Consciousness and The
Conscious Universe

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