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A Glimpse Behind The Veil January 16, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Magick & Mystery, Mindfulness.

Milk Fever alerted readers to some Mind Expanding Stuff yesterday. 

The article she referenced is worth a read through . . . although it will likely take at least two read throughs to stop gasping and start grasping the complex implications of the fascinating research by several unrelated scientists:

The Universe as a Hologram

The article, by Michael Talbot (1953-1992), outlines and summarizes research which supports my current thoughts on the Universal Internet ~ a web which connects each of us to all of us, allowing us to tap into the collective conscious, share telepathic information, read minds, develop intuitive knowingness, benefit from synchronicity, and become co-creators of the life of our dreams.

This is not the first time that I have read theories about the holographic nature of our Universe, but it is the first time I’ve seen the explanation  extended to our brains and how we store and retrieve memories:

 If the mind is actually part of a continuum, a labyrinth that is connected not only to every other mind that exists or has existed, but to every atom, organism, and region in the vastness of space and time itself, the fact that it is able to occasionally make forays into the labyrinth and have transpersonal experiences no longer seems so strange.

Talbot’s article and the research upon which it is based present a fascinating glimpse at possible explanations for the apparent miracles and mysteries which exist in this amazing Universe.

I just wish I’d stumbled into his two-decade old article two decades ago.  Where’s intuition when you need it?


One mind.  One muse.

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1. nancycurteman - January 16, 2011

Interesting philosophical perspective. We’re basically all one.

nrhatch - January 16, 2011

An interconnected cosmic web of energy that travels faster than the speed of light.


2. Brown Eyed Mystic - January 16, 2011

It’s right there in front of us every time. It’s up to us though to recognise, pay heed to the still, small voice of intuition.


nrhatch - January 16, 2011

So true. I’m just surprised it took me 20 years to bump into this article. 🙂

3. Cindy - January 17, 2011

Very interesting indeed.

nrhatch - January 17, 2011

I agree. I want to reconsider observations and experiences I’ve had in light of this information to see if things start to coalesce in a meaningful way. I expect they will. 😉

4. milkfever - January 17, 2011

Thank you for explaining this in more detail. I think I just sat there with my mouth open and wasn’t able to express it. Although, it ties in perfectly with my long-held spiritual beliefs.

nrhatch - January 17, 2011

I read through it once and thought: I need someone to decipher this for me.

And then I thought: Wait. If all our brains are connected, I just need to tap into all those other brains and deciper this for myself!

So, that’s what I did. 😉

Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I’m going to re-read it again and again, I’m sure.

5. duke1959 - January 17, 2011

This begs another question, Is this a good thing or bad?

nrhatch - January 17, 2011

A better understanding of how the universe and our brains work is a GREAT and EXCITING thing . . . even if it calls into question a lot of out-dated information and data we’ve relied on in the past to interpret our experience. 🙂

6. Naomi - January 17, 2011

Wow…profound! Thanks for sharing this, Nancy!

nrhatch - January 17, 2011

Some of the studies discussed are amazing ~ jaw dropping stuff.

I’m going to have to read it a few more times, and check out the links, to digest all the juicy details more fully.

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