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Record of International Conference in Russia (2007)


PERCEPTIVE ABILITIES OF THE HUMAN BRAIN AND IDENTIFYING INFORMATION OF THE SURROUNDING WORLD

 

            Extrasensory perception, premonition, the sixth sense--- modern-day science persistently denies even the possibility of such occurrences. On most occasions, individuals claiming to have these paranormal abilities are quickly declared to be frauds and charlatans.

            Given my own perception of the world around us, my point is derived from the fact that this world is far from fully known, discovered, and understood by humanity. In other words, the demonstrations of various paranormal abilities are not merely the attempts of charlatans to fool anybody. Instead, it is the manifestation of the unknown aspects of the world. I am just as firmly convinced that when choosing to observe the unseen, one cannot approach it with strict limitations set by what they have previously believed to be true. In order to successfully study the unknown, necessity calls for a fresh approach, new hypothesis, open-mindedness and remarkable courage.

            For quite a while, I supposed the word Information to be a purely linguistic term; referring to knowledge that we acquire from sources such as conversations, books, newspapers, television, the radio, etcetera. As of today, I see Information as something just as material as a current of electricity, or an electromagnetic and gravitational field. Information is Energy.

            Let’s consider: what is Visual information, really? It is Energy; energy of a current of light to which the organs of sight naturally respond. Auditory information? It is Energy; energy of acoustic waves, to which the organs of hearing naturally respond. Gustatory, olfactory? It is chemical energy to which receptors of our organs for taste and smell react when coming in contact with fragments of the substances that trigger those reactions.

            Hence, any type of Information is Energy as well. So I assumed that in the brain of a human there exists a certain Centre, (that is not yet apparent to science) which specifically reacts to the Energy of Information just as the eyes react to light, and ears to sound. And, for instance, for a reaction of visual organs to light, the length of the light wave does not matter: we see blue light, as well as green and orange and any other. Similarly, this Centre of Information Perception of the Surrounding World (CIPSW) --- that is what I named this centre in our brain--- does not require for the energy of the Information to arrive in any precise form. It responds to visual, auditory, olfactory information, which is brought upon by magnetic bases on a floppy disk, on a video tape, or on text written on a piece of paper--- in any language! All that is Information, and our CIPSW is fully capable of directly identifying it without the use of our ‘usual’ sensory organs.

            In accordance to my assumptions, I set before myself the goal of learning to activate this Centre. In the United States of America, I patented my method; a technique which allows the activation of the Centre of Information Perception of the Surrounding World in any human. Throughout the course of seven years, I adjusted and edited this technique in my school: “The School of Information Perception of the Surrounding World” (New York City, USA). 

            Activating this Centre in children particularly under the age of twelve does not present a challenge. They begin to “see” with an immovable blindfold covering their eyes in their very first class. Their brain accepts visual information exactly as it would have through the organs of sight.

            I compare our brain to a computer. A computer will not be able to accomplish the simplest task until the program that permits it to do so is inserted; our brain works the same way. Yet, it differs from a manmade computer in the sense that our brain is capable of self-programming. The moment an infant is born, through its sensory organs (eyes, ears, skin, etc.) many shapes and forms begin to enter the brain, and through frequent repetition they remain stored in this Centre in the brain that analyzes the given information. The presence of those shapes and forms in the brain is what allows the person to identify the information signals that enter through the corresponding sensory organs and to orientate his or her self in the world.

            According to my hypothesis, it is possible to turn the CIPSW into an independent sensory organ. It will be able to receive information directly, without the use of the usual sensory organs.

            Classes with my students have shown that such a way of receiving information is not affected by distance or physical barriers. An error of the brain is the result of either lack of information or the inaccuracy of the data. Consequently, having learned to obtain information directly, the person turns into a human that never makes mistakes.

            Our sensory organs are not sufficient. The eyes of an Alpinist will not see a fissure covered by snow; ears may not be able to hear a bandit approaching from behind; the nose will not identify the smell of carbon monoxide… When the brain begins to accept information directly, excluding the sensory organs, all of these obstacles and limitations disappear. That is when the human becomes a superhuman. And not only a specially developed elite must become superhuman, but rather, all of humanity.

            In seven years of work in my school, approximately 300 students were taught. Out of those three hundred, about 175 are children and 125 adults. The result of the activation of CIPSW in children ages 5-12 is nearly 100%.

            The statistics for adults contrast dramatically. Out of 125 people, only 8 were able to demonstrate the workings of their CIPSW under testing conditions. In an average of 70 people this ability appeared spontaneously in life situations, when an important decision needed to be made.

            Such a distinction in the overall progress of children and adults has, in accordance to laws of nature, its own logical explanation. For the sake of survival, the brain of any adult organism (human or not) living on the planet Earth must be absolutely accurate when categorizing for itself what is real and what isn’t. Therefore, when an adult comes to my school, his or her brain is perfectly sure that one can walk on the floor, but not on the ceiling. That it’s impossible to walk through a wall, to dissolve in a glass of water, your eyes are open and you see, your eyes are closed and you don’t. And behind this confidence stands not only the gained experience of one person, but several hundred million years of evolution of everything that has ever lived on Earth. A hundred million years ago, it wasn’t any different for a dinosaur: its eyes were open; it saw, its eyes were closed; it didn’t.

            And for an adult human, overcoming this genetic memory calls for much more time and effort. This is not true for children. I have a hypothesis that explains this as well, but this is a topic for an entirely different article.

           

What is definite in the School today?

            1. Possibility for the scientific world to study not spontaneous and rare appearances of supernatural phenomenon, but to systematically research a large group of children with an activated CIPSW.

            2. The possibility to study all the activities and changes occurring in the brain during the activation of the CIPSW with the help of corresponding technology and methods.

            3. Proof from practice and experiments, as well as confirmation via technology of the brain’s possibility to receive visual information without the use of eyes gives way to new solutions to problems concerning blind people.

           

            In February of 2007 experimental classes of activating CIPSW in children from St. Petersburg that are either partially or completely blind took place. Groups of Russian scientists participated in this project, headed by Konstantine Korotkov (recordings on the GDV machines) and Professor Alexander Shapovalnikov (responsible for the EEG).

            Recordings on the GDV machinery (in a static mode) showed that before the start of classes, all of the children had a coefficient of activity (indicator of stress levels) way much higher than normal. By the end of the class, the coefficient lowered itself to a normal level in all of the children.

            The outcome of GDV recordings in a dynamic mode was no less interesting. As it turns out, the level of energy spent by the students while seeing with open eyes is the same as the energy level used while receiving visual information with the help of this Centre. This conclusion is extremely crucial, for it shows that this Centre will function naturally; the organism of a human would not do anything that requires more energy than a familiar method.

            Professor Shapovalnikov concludes that the CIPSW exists, and demands serious research.

            Both scientists gave the finished job/ experiment a high grade.

            Mark Komissarov

            Director of the School of Infovision

            New York, USA

 
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