Amazon just sent me an email highlighting their Vegan-friendly gifts. It included t-shirts and shopping bags with the slogan ‘Eat fruit, not friends’. This immediately made me feel conflicted as it implies that there are certain objects in life that are conscious such as animals and other things that are inanimate and unconscious such as plants.
But when you are a multidimensional person, tuned into many levels of consciousness, you realise that nothing is an inanimate object so the concept that some things are living and conscious and other objects are not, just doesn’t work. It also raises the issue of what to eat when you are dimensionally aware.
Consciousness in all things
Ever since I had a kundalini awakening when I was 18 years old, I have been tuned in to many levels of reality and I realised that everything is actually part of the one mind. It was a moment that profoundly changed my life.
So now I am able to sense the consciousness in all things – both so-called inanimate and animate. And I am not just talking about hearing the spirit of trees, I have even been known to have chats with pieces of furniture! This level of functioning is a bit too much for everyday life so I tend to tune it out.
The Confessions of Basil
A few years ago I had an experience which really made me rethink what it is to be vegan or vegetarian. In the days when I was still eating meat, I was cooking a meal that involved fresh basil. I had shopped for this meal in Tesco supermarket on one of my late night shopping trips after the gym, so none of the packet basil was left. I picked up one of the living herb pots and brought it home.
Later, whilst cooking with the basil and tearing off some of the leaves I heard, with my clairaudient ability, somebody saying ‘ouch’ in an indignant fashion. Perturbed, I carried on but I realised that the Basil plant was speaking to me and telling me its annoyance at having its leaves torn off!
Although I cooked the meal, I continued to ‘hear’ the Basil plant as it complained about being treated in this way. Through telepathic communication, it told me of factory farming of herbs and how difficult it was for them.
I must say I was a bit concerned I would no longer be able to eat anything. I mean if both animals and plants are so alive to me, then what exactly can I eat?
Lessons from Baz and Paz
I told James who thankfully understood and Baz, as he became known, became a member of the family taking pride of place in my office in our then home in Buxton. He started to grow so large that we re-potted him several times.
Me and Baz
We took him for ‘walks’ whilst he was still small enough for us to carry him and he would sit outside in Nature facing the trees in the woods. One day he said, “shall I show you how we talk?” And then he sang a song of consciousness in vibration and colour. He was singing to the trees. He told me that this is how plants communicate.
I also heard Italian Parsley (or Paz as she became known) talk to Baz about their purpose in life. Paz said to Baz, “this is our lot. We are grown to be eaten and then we are born again. Nourishing humans is our purpose.”
But Baz wasn’t having any of it. No humans were worthy of eating his leaves. Now I understand why Basil has a reputation of being King of herbs although, in Native India, Basil is seen as sacred and the Queen of herbs.The British Empire changed it into a masculine herb!
Tuning into your body’s needs
Although I am vegan now, apart from the odd bit of fish, I am not doing this just out of concern for animal cruelty. Truth is, I have long had a difficult relationship with meat and dairy even as a small child and it has been a relief that, as a woman, I have now entered a different phase in life and my body no longer feels like it needs meat.
Spare a thought for the plants and remember Baz
So going back to the Amazon T-shirt slogan, ‘Eat Fruit, not friends’ – to me, there is nothing that isn’t our ‘ friend’. Plants are our friends too. So if you are vegan because you believe that this is the cruelty-free way, spare a thought for the plants who are factory farmed, who feel pain and sacrifice themselves to be part of our cycle of life.
Sadly Basil, a native of much hotter climes did not make it through the cold winter of the Peak District despite a valiant attempt to make it through. As he left me he told me to look for him in all Basil plants as his spirit would go back to be at one with them all.
Baz got even bigger than this!
I hope you have enjoyed the story of Baz. Do let me know what you think in the comments below. 🙂
What is it that happens when we step into our creativity? In this article, we shall look at embracing your creative journey actually creates a new way of living that is like tapping into a Bigger Magic from before the dawn of time.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s interesting assertion
As you may have seen me discuss before, Elizabeth Gilbert has released an amazing book called ‘Big Magic’ which brilliantly describes the creative process. Although the book does not provide any scientific mechanism for how the creative process works, the way she describes creativity very much fits The Genius Groove.
She has personally discovered that creative ideas sit outside of the self and partner with us in order to be birthed into the world. She also said something else that made me realise perhaps there is bigger magic at play in the world that she may not know about.
During the book, she clearly says that you should not ask for your creativity to financially support you to pay the bills. If it ends up doing so, as in her case, then fine but she believes that she is an exception, not the rule. In other words, she asks you to not follow your passion as your career which is the opposite of the advice of many others.
Stepping onto my true path
This was very interesting to me. Those of you who have read The Genius Groove will know that I was catapulted onto my current career path, after a series of events which ended with me leaving a career in medicine. I did not intend to suddenly leave the medical profession in that way. My ex-husband and my parents made a case to the General Medical Council that I was not mentally fit after I separated from my husband, citing my multidimensional abilities as evidence.
I myself would have liked to have carried on working part-time in General Practice whilst writing on the side. Hand on heart though, I know I would not have been able to fully commit to the new book and a new way of living had I stayed in such a fear-based paradigm as medicine. The whole setup is to fix people who are ill therefore this is a paradigm that says that illness is a problem, not a learning experience and that it should be eliminated rather than understood.
Dipping in and out of this paradigm on a regular basis would realistically have meant that Punk Science would have been written in a very different way, if it had been written at all. But back in 2002, my immediate question was, how would my creativity support me? Well the answer is, I somehow did get supported. Partly through my repentant ex-husband when I moved back into my house after the loss of my job. I paid my personal expenses through healing clients and talks and it was always just enough to keep me going, whilst he paid the mortgage.
The Road to Abundance
Eventually, I met my current partner, James who has in fact invested a lot of time and money into supporting my career because he believed in what I was doing. For me, the situation has been less than ideal as I would have preferred to have fully supported myself, but I have realised that somehow, yet again my creativity has been supported. I noticed that bigs shifts came when I started really believeing in myself and what I had to say in the world.
So I somehow have managed to survive what should have been a catastrophic loss for many years now. I have also lived an incredible life by following my creativity. I have been flown around the world to speak at conferences and met many wonderful people. It seemed the more I let go of, the more wonderful experiences came my way. So the very thing that should not have supported me has in fact brought me great abundance in terms of experiences and enough financially to carry on doing what I am doing.
Living the New Paradigm
I have found that other people too are stepping onto this path. They are leaving conventional professional careers and are somehow managing in a way that they could not have imagined whilst still in the straight-jacketed career and dependent on the monthly paycheck.
Very few are earning enough to retire to the Bahamas, but that isn’t what a lot of them want anyway. Usually, they just want to earn enough to cover their basic bills and expenses so that that are free to be creative and to follow their mission. In the book, The Genius Groove I call this way of life New Paradigm Living but really it does defy explanation or rules.
What is interesting is that this way of living does exist and it seems to unfold once a person has really committed to their creative path and their spirituality. It is almost as if people slip through the cracks of the rules of 3-dimensional life whilst still living within it, tapping into a bigger magic from before the dawn of time!
Another thing I have noticed is that when people flounce out of their previous lives saying they are going to ‘make art’, they do not necessarily enter this state of New Paradigm Living. It seems to be entered into in a centred way, when the way is made clear, rather than when the ego self wants it to happen.
Conclusion and further information
So Elizabeth Gilbert I disagree with you. Sometimes by committing to your path and your authenticity in a centred way, a different path opens up. The universe can show you a different dimension, a slip door in the back of the wardrobe: the bigger magic from before the dawn of time.
Is there a link between The Shroud of Turin and The Black Hole Principle? In this video lecture I explain how I think they might be connected.
But how did I get interested in thsi subjct in this first place? On lazy Sunday afternoons by the fire, James and I watch tend to watch documentary channels. In the late 2000s a number of these featured the object called the Shroud of Turin.
Over the years, I had never really paid attention to this particular object. I had assumed as many other did that the object was a medieval fake.
But gradually The Shroud gradually seeped into my consciousness and my curiosity was aroused.
From a scientific perspective, The Shroud of Turin is a fascinating object. I started to do talks on the subject and the response was immense. One of the talks has gone up on YouTube. I will link to it here.
In this talk I cover
What the Shroud of Turin is and some of its history
What properties does the Shroud have
Why nobody can explain how the Shroud was made
The story of the Shroud – what happened to the man who is depicted on there.
How new evidence published in a peer reviewed journal is pointing to the Shroud not being a fake
My own ideas of how we can link the Shroud of Turin to the Black Hole Principle.
Let me know what you think in the comments below.
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In terms of studying consciousness, the Near Death Experience or NDE could be giving us valuable evidence indicating that consciousness continues after death. Indeed, the phenomenon of the Near Death Experience leads us to face a fundamental question; does our consciousness exist beyond the brain and body?
The Reductionist view
To the reductionists, this question is an easy ‘no’, as they believe that consciousness is an epiphenomenon of the brain, emerging from neurons as a side effect of electrical firings. To them, all humans are simply mechanical apes who have developed a few special faculties to give them an evolutionary advantage. In the reductionist world, the brain and body are machines and the primary agents of life – nothing is animating them. When death occurs, this primary agent of life is destroyed, end of story.
Over the years however, evidence of people having a conscious experience during periods of zero brain activity has accumulated. The concept that consciousness can exist beyond the brain challenges the reductionist belief system that the body is nothing more than its constituent parts.
Beyond the Brain
It is important to note that it is still a belief system though. There is no absolute proof that consciousness emerges from the brain. Professor Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona gives us a brilliant analogy. He compares the brain to a mobile/cell phone. Just because you can hear a voice coming from a mobile phone does not mean that your friend lives inside the phone.
If the phone gets damaged, you know that your friend is not affected; the phone was just receiving her voice. Schwartz says that the brain could be acting in a similar fashion – it is just a receiver and a conduit for consciousness, rather than the generator of it.
Hidden Science TV Special
As part of the Hidden Science series for The People’s Voice TV, I co-produced, wrote and presented a special on the Near Death Experience featuring guests:-
Dr Penny Sartori, A former intensive care nurse and the author of The Wisdom of the Near Death Experience.
Graham Nicholls who is an expert in out-of-body-experiences and the author of several books including ‘Avenues of the Human Spirit’
And Jazz Rasool a former physicist and molecular biologist who has created the Energy diamond Software.
Watch out for when we discuss black holes and the Near Death Experience. Enjoy!
When I received The Black Hole Principle through a vision in 2003, I knew it to be the truth of how the universe works. Pretty soon, the evidence for it started to mount up and as it did, it became clear that the theory was excellent at predicting the behaviour of stars and planets.
But sometimes there is a real humdinger of a piece of evidence that is such a shockingly vivid example of the power of the theory that it amazes me all over again. So in this article we will be looking at the Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that even made me gasp.
1. Water comes out of sunspots
In 1997 a team at the university of Waterloo Ontario confirmed that water is found on the sun, specifically as steam ejected from sunspots. Now for a lot of people this should be a total surprise; I would have thought that such news could send shock waves around the world. I am guessing from the lack of references to this that most academic scientists don’t even know about it. It seems so incongruent with expectations that it has been mainly ignored.
Back in 2006 Punk Science described how sunspots also display Black Hole Principle (BHP) behaviour. As we now know, that includes the production of water. So from this perspective it is not a surprise that sunspots produce water because they would be expected to show the same sort of behaviour as galactic black holes and terrestrial gamma-ray flashes.
The Black Hole Principle involves a movement, like a breath at the Perception Horizon. When the breath goes one way, matter and antimatter are produced. When it goes another, gamma rays and light are produced. The actual particles differ according to the level of the universe you are talking about, but the process is the same.
This is why we observe gamma-ray bursts that shine bright and then fade and events in space that don’t seem to follow the expected pattern of an explosion or another violent event.
So I was amazed to find that there are indeed clouds of hydrogen gas near the centre of the Milky Way called high-velocity clouds that appear to be breathing in and out. It could be a sign of the breathing process that is actually occurring in the central black hole itself that is being translated in the gas clouds immediately around it.
Very shortly after I had the vision of the Black Hole Principle I spotted this finding in New Scientist. Although it is quite an old discovery now, for me it was so important because it confirmed what I saw in the vision – that antimatter is produced in a black hole.
It was this article that gave me the courage to move forward despite not being a physicist or academic, as I knew that The Black Hole Principle was important and was able to make predictions about the universe.
Image: ESA/Hubble, L. Calçada (ESO) Creative Commons Wikimedia
4. Antimatter comes out of thunderstorms
At the time of writing Punk Science, I stated that thunderstorms are basically powered by the same mechanism that is behind galactic core black holes and if so, we should be able to see fast-moving electrons (which we do), gamma-ray bursts which we do except we call them gamma-ray flashes and antimatter. At the time the latter had not been discovered, but in 2011 NASA made the announcement that they indeed found antimatter in thunderstorms.
One of the mainstays of the Black Hole Principle is of course that gamma-ray bursts are produced by the cores of galaxies. This means they should also be produced by our own galaxy which we found out fairly recently, also harbours a supermassive black hole. But just as the mainstream world was shocked when they found black holes at the centre of all galaxies, they were not expecting anything to come out of it either. But in 2010 an analysis of data from the Fermi telescope revealed that our galaxy is actually blowing bubbles; gamma-ray bubbles are emerging from the supermassive black hole of the Milky Way galaxy.
Again this was a surprise to mainstream scientists not expecting to see this sort of activity in our home galaxy and not sure what was causing it. Further analysis of the image showed the characteristic bipolar jet of The Black Hole Principle. The bubble patterns seem to be created by the jets spiralling over time. Again a beautiful example of The Black Hole Principle behaviour found in an unexpected place.
Gamma Ray bubbles discovered from Milky Way (FERMI image copyright of NASA)
6. Moss grows in spirals
In 1997, biologist Fred Sack examined some Moss plants that had just returned from being aboard the space shuttle mission, Colombia. These moss plants were known to either grow towards the light or towards gravity. What is interesting is that out in space where there was no light to move towards, the plants grew in a spiral.
I was so excited to read about this because according to The Black Hole Principle, the underlying fundamental force moves in a spiral. This spiral force of light and consciousness gives rise to all the forces in physics such as gravity. Away from the light and from the Earth, the plants seemed to have tuned into the underlying pattern of gravity – a spiral.
Sadly on a further mission in 2003 the space shuttle broke apart on re-entry and the crew was killed. Further moss experiments were recovered, however, reconfirming this spiral growth and this article was published in Nature.
For much of my life I have been preoccupied with the scientific world and ever since I was a child I remember people talking about the wish to find water on other planets. The idea was that as soon as we found water we would find life.
Much to everyone’s surprise then, water turns out to be pretty abundant in the universe. What the mainstream scientists don’t understand is why. They come up with all sorts of theories about past collisions with snowball comets and asteroids.
However, according to The Black Hole Principle, water is actually produced from the black hole itself. More work needs to be done in this but I think it is a product of a higher dimensional process as the antimatter and matter split happens, water is produced much like in this diagram. So it was not a surprise to me when the announcement came that Mars is actually populated by water that is being regenerated.
That’s because I know that the planet Mars is displaying Black Hole Principle behaviour within its interior and that includes water production. So of course surface water is being regenerated just as it is in the sun, as the source of the water is the interior of the planet.
Discovery of water on Mars, Image: NASA
8. The Earth’s oceans come from the Earth’s interior
Speaking of water coming from the interior of a planet, the Earth itself is a black hole process showing the same types of behaviours as a galactic black hole in space. For many years it has been a mystery as to how the oceans of the planet arrived on the Earth.
Various theories have been put forward including that in the Earth’s distant past, an icy comet collided with the Earth depositing its water and it has simply been recycled ever since. There was no proof of this though, but it has been received wisdom.
Knowing what I knew about the way black holes produce water through their dynamic processes and that this is happening at every single level of the universe, it was simply logical that the Earth’s oceans are being produced by the interior of the planet.
So I made the public announcement and prediction at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in 2013 that the true source of the Earth’s oceans was actually the Earth’s interior. Within about eight months it was announced by mainstream scientists that there is a massive ocean in the interior of the Earth. The answer to where the Earth’s water comes from seems to have been answered.
Image: Graphicstock Illustration of comet hitting Earth and seeding oceans
The beauty of having a simple, elegant description theory is that it is simple enough to predict aspects of the universe as yet undiscovered. I have now gone on public record saying that we should expect to see evidence of antimatter coming from volcanoes so time will tell if this is correct. We have already discovered antimatter geoneutrinos coming from the Earth’s core so maybe this is all we need.
So far, The Black Hole Principle has been able to describe the universe in a more accurate way than many mainstream theories and to even expect some of the more seemingly bizarre observations. And that is what a powerful idea in science is all about – it is strongly predictive. If you would like to check out just some of these predictions take a look at Punk Science here.
On the basis of this article, what are your thoughts on the predictions of The Black Hole Principle? Leave your comments below.