By Steve Hammons
When we read and hear about “UFO disclosure” it may seem that this is the main unknown of our era. It may be. Yet, there are other scientific mysteries that are also very interesting and may be equally important.
In fact, these other anomalous phenomena could be related to the UFO situation.
For example, the idea of multiple dimensions is gaining credibility among physicists and mathematicians. A concept called the “Calabi-Yau space” proposes that the universe could be structured like a crumpled up or folded up piece of paper. This would create dimensions that may be far away or very near.
Our ideas about the afterlife or Heaven could fit in nicely with this concept.
Another mystery is extrasensory perception (ESP), sometimes called anomalous cognition. It has been adequately proven by the U.S. defense and intelligence activity referred to as Project STAR GATE that this human “sixth sense” is real and capable of fascinating perception and awareness. Although the defense and intelligence personnel involved named their specific technique and protocol “remote viewing,” it appears to be a very natural ability and is within all of us.
SYNERGY OF RESEARCH, DISCOVERY
And then there are space-time phenomena that seem to connect events, people, times and places in ways that don’t always make logical sense to us. This “synchronicity” can be puzzling. Physicists use the term “non-locality,” meaning things can be connected in ways that do not seem obvious. But do these strange phenomena have special meaning?
New understanding of space and time could provide more insight into UFOs, multiple dimensions, ESP and other challenging topics.
In addition, the mysteries of, and in our DNA continue to be a source of discovery too. What may be deep down within the genetic core of all of us? Ancient ancestors’ memories? A master plan for the development of the human race? Surprising origins and histories of the human race? Or simply a fluid and responsive system or mechanism of adjustment to our environment over the centuries?
Are there methods and tools that could be keys to unlock the information and experiences within our DNA? Again, these kinds of possibilities might be connected in some way to other leading-edge or forward-leaning research.
Being human might get more interesting.
UFOs could seem boring in comparison to some of these other interesting topics. But, actually, there may be a synergy in the significant connections among all of these subjects, as well as other mysterious goings-on around us and within us.
The whole may be greater than the sum of the parts.
OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE
Of course, “disclosure” about these kinds of subjects has different characteristics.
In the case of UFOs, there seems to have been defense and intelligence security that sought to limit public information about the issue for various reasons.
This was previously also the case in Project STAR GATE. For more than two decades, the research and operations were top secret. But now, much of the information is public. However, many details of actual defense and intelligence operations using remote viewing remain classified.
Topics like multiple dimensions, DNA research (including more unconventional research), time-space theories, synchronicity and similar issues can be found in textbooks, writings and various media platforms about physics, spirituality, biology, philosophy, psychology and other fields.
There is a huge amount of “open source intelligence (OSINT)” on these areas. Disclosure in these cases is not so much about some powers-that-be releasing secret files, but more about our own curiosity and willingness to look into the available information.
We can empower ourselves by learning more about such fascinating concepts. In fact, some of these subjects could help us in our daily lives and even be key to survival in certain ways. By taking responsibility to open our minds and explore these advanced, and probably fundamental and even ancient subjects, we may be able to create important disclosure on our own.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
By Steve Hammons