Endogenous Light Nexus Theory 101

  • September 25, 2009 · 7:30 PM
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It's a little-known fact that all the cells of our bodies emit light at low rates undetectable to the eye, called 'endogenous' light meaning 'from within'. The emitted photons are either biologically functional (like higher-rate endogenous emissions visible to the eye known as bioluminescence), or else the light energy is uselessly wasted. Endogenous Light Nexus theory can be summarized as a set of proposed physiologic mechanisms whereby endogenous light is not wasted but guided and organized in tune with the brain's neuroelectric events to form dynamic holographic-like interference patterns in the cerebral ventricles of the brain, central canal of the spinal cord, and possibly some surrounding tissues. Those interference patterns of endogenous light form a nexus, a kind of 3D holographic data connection point which in turn is able to interact with light that exists outside of our normal frame of reference, commonly called virtual photons, zero-point energy, or energy of the vacuum. That virtual energy literally saturates all of spacetime including that which our bodies occupy and it is believed to be enormous, far beyond the nuclear energy available in equal volumes of matter, but it normally interacts so slightly with normal matter that it is only barely detectable with extremely sensitive instrumentation. It is proposed that individual consciousness is thus derived from a greater consciousness, "God" consciousness in historical terms, residing in that vacuum energy and able to interact with the nexus. This Meetup will be a lecture format in a private home with a series of transparencies illustrating the structure of the brain, its pathways, organization, and specific mechanisms that exist which could support the generation of a dynamic light-based nexus in the cerebral ventricles and central canal. Plan on an hour and a half with a 30 minute question-answer session afterward. Please park on the street where there is ample parking and look for orange traffic cones marking the gated entryway. Seating is limited however so this Meetup is limited to the first 20 people who RSVP.

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  • Edwardleegee

    Well worth the price of admission, which was free.

    September 26, 2009

  • Wendy

    Fascinating! Very appreciative to hear the info and theories the leader generously and graciously presented--nice "hosting" , inclusive, made all feel welcome, welcomed all questions. I am looking forward to hearing more from Karl on his work and thoughts and then being able to hear from the group as they share on the topic

    September 26, 2009

  • V

    Absolutely fascinating and informative! A hundred subtopics could spring from this single presentation. It's been long overdue that I should learn about brain biology. And having scientific theory supporting human connection to the universe beyond is a profound subject.

    September 26, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    Well prepared lecture, but just a lecture. Dry, rigid explanation on how the brain works. If this descriptive information on how the brain works doesn't lead somewhere, I think very few people would be interested in the topic. The issue didn't address the question why. Why question leads to critical thinking. It also leads to real dialog and connection with the audience. Why does the brain function in a certain way? What internal and external factors affect the function of the human brain? If Karl intends to address these topics in the future, then he should have presented the objectives of his lectures to the audience up front. The lecture lacked introduction of any kind. Sorry Karl, not for me. I'm just an observer with a Master's degree....Interested in meaning and not in function.

    September 26, 2009

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