Flickr – Cenote Dzitnup, Adam Baker
In this second a part of the Stone Tape Theory Series, I’m going to introduce you to 2 of the nice minds behind this idea – one is a scientist turned parapsychologist and the opposite is an archaeologist who got here up with the named Stone Tape Theory – however who is definitely higher recognized for his intensive analysis in to using pendulums and dowsing rods. In the third and closing article (which might be revealed quickly), I’ll add in two different points of analysis that was very pertinent to my ebook on Limestone and Its Paranormal Properties – the advanced realms of palaeomagnetism and quantum physics. I hope you discover this materials as fascinating as I’ve!!
Sir William Barrett was born on February 10, 1844 on the island of Jamaica within the British West Indies. In his youthful days he was a fledgling scientist who moved to England to check beneath the well-known physicist named John Tyndall.
After finding out on this subject for fairly a couple of years, Barrett started to spawn some new pursuits that had been probably not accepted within the scientific communities of his time.
“Barrett began to take an interest in psychic phenomena in 1874 after hearing of the research of renowned scientist William Crookes…[in dealing] with mediums.”
In the start he was an entire skeptic till some very overwhelming proof modified his thoughts. This change began when he started experimenting with hypnosis, or “mesmerism,” because it was referred to as in his day. He noticed a younger lady, who was beneath hypnosis, establish enjoying playing cards taken from a pack. While his colleagues, who had heard of this uncommon phenomenon, laughed on the mere point out of the paranormal, Barrett saved an open thoughts. About three years later, his skepticism was additional eroded when he met 10-year-old Florrie Clark. She may levitate off the ground and in addition had the expertise for speaking spirit “raps,” which spelled out messages from an entity named “Walter.” From this level ahead he started working with recognized mediums on the time.
These unexplained occasions took an excellent stranger flip when he attended a table-topping session inside a small household circle. One of the mediums he was investigating named Kathleen Goligher was internet hosting this occasion. After holding fingers, the group recited the alphabet after which a sequence of knockings occurred. The knocks elevated of their violence with a closing increase occurring which gave the impression of “the blow of a sledge hammer on an anvil.” The desk then lifted 18 inches off of the ground and Barrett was capable of see that nobody was doing the precise lifting. He tried as nicely to push the desk again down with all of his would possibly, however it will not budge. For a scientist this was an unbelievable expertise and one which modified his life perpetually.
I selected Sir William Barrett as one of many males behind the inspiration of Limestone and Its Paranormal Properties as a result of his life’s work in understanding loss of life and the afterlife has revealed some primary truths. Consciousness continues even after loss of life, which confirms the existence of a magical world. He additional understood by means of his experiences that typically issues occur that would not have a proof. Here is the place the open thoughts comes into play and it’s a crucial software to understanding limestone’s paranormal properties. I like Mr. Barrett for standing up towards his friends and colleagues even when they might have laughed him out of the room. This is what makes an awesome pioneer.
After his loss of life, Barrett’s spouse held a sitting whereby she contacted her husband. He offers us a little bit of a glimpse of what it’s like on the opposite aspect of the veil:
“Life on my side seems so extraordinarily easy compared to earth…because we simply live according to the rules of love.”
The Man Behind the Theory
“Thomas Charles Lethbridge (1901-1971) was a British explorer and archaeologist. He was educated at Wellington
College, earlier than attending Cambridge University on the age of eighteen, the place he found an curiosity in
archaeology. Once he had accomplished his diploma, he started working as a voluntary digger for Louis Clarke, the
curator of the Archaeological Museum in Cambridge.”
“Lethbridge was an outstanding scientific researcher who put ahead clever factually-based theories on a number of
unexplained issues like ghosts, witchcraft, dowsing, psychokinesis and aliens. Through his expertise with the
pendulum and his work with desires, Lethbridge concluded that there are different realms of actuality past this one and
that the soul might be immortal.”
I selected these two quotes from William Shepherd’s publication about Lethbridge as a result of they sum up his work properly. Thomas had a really eager thoughts and his experimentation and really detailed documentation has utterly opened up the mysterious world of the pendulum. Prior to writing this text I had heard of midwives utilizing pendulums to find out the intercourse of a kid, however his work has given this phenomenon an entire new that means. (By the way in which, when you maintain a pendulum over a pregnant mom and it swings clockwise, it will likely be a lady. Counterclockwise determines a boy.)
I depart you with a quote from Thomas that will provide you with a bit of perception into his considering on a object’s capability to document psychic power and why I selected him because the core of my ebook:
“We saw that something of the personality of an Iron Age slinger remained for two thousand years in the field of the stone he slung. It is just the same with a letter. Something of your personality remains in it, which is beyond what you said in the words you wrote on the paper.”
– Beyond the Lines, Thomas Lethbridge 1969
Tymn, Michael E. Sir William Barrett’s Biography. Association for Evaluation and Communication of Evidence for Survival (AECES). 2010.