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ISBN:0906220084
Author: Dorothy Fosbrooke
ISBN13: 978-0906220085
Title: Brain: Receiver/Transmitter of Thought
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ePUB size: 1190 kb
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Language: English
Category: Psychology and Counseling
Publisher: Power Pub. (June 1978)
Pages: 14

Brain: Receiver/Transmitter of Thought by Dorothy Fosbrooke



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As explained by both Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison. The human brain emits frequency which when focussed, picked up by another human brain, and does affect physical matter. It passes through the ether, through solid objects, and travels faster than the speed of light.

The brain is an electromagnetic transmitter and receiver. Between the EEG machine verifying it is a transmitter and the EEG readings that change when circumstances change verify it as a receiver. How the mind fits into this is more complex: The mind seems to act as a frequency calibrator, like the frequency dial on a radio. Change the thought (mind) and the EEG readings change. How distance perception (remote viewing, astral projection, ESP) works is yet another level for exploration. We know it happens, but we don’t know how.