A Note From Dr. Richard Alan Miller
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This Month: Kirlian Electrophotography
A MRU Document, from the Archives of Dr. Richard Alan Miller.
Appendix A – In 1970, Dr. Stanley Krippner invited Richard Alan Miller to New York City, to present his original paper on Kirlian Photography. That conference was later published in 1974, by Gordon & Breach Science Publishers, as The Energies of Consciousness: Explorations in Acupuncture, Auras, and Kirlian Photography. This is the original paper delivered, to include the mathematics involved.
As a side-note, this is also where Dr. Miller first met, and became friends, with, Dr. Edger Mitchell. This led to Miller being present at Mission Control (Cape Canaveral) in 1971, for the Apollo 14 Mission studies in ESP. And those studies eventually led to his significant work, ESP Induction through forms of Self-Hypnosis.
Appendix B – This paper was written in 1973, and led to Dr. Richard Alan Miller becoming Northwest Regional Director of MRU (Mankind Research Unlimited) in 1974. It is included for historical purposes only, 2 years previous to the release of the MRU document on Kirlian Photography.
Why this is significant, and included as an Appendix, is that the combination of both of these papers led medical research to invent the MRI device, now used as a primary tool in Western Medicine. More detail will be found in his forthcoming book: Spook Central: Studies in the New Physics of MRU.
1968-1974 – In 1968, while working at the Boeing Company, I began teaching at the University of Washington, through an Experimental College, originally conceived by Mike Mandaville, as his Doctoral Thesis. That led to Evergreen Experimental University (Olympia). Today, Mike is Director for the Edger Casey Foundation (Tucson).
I taught Shamanism, Witchcraft, Magick, and Parapsychology. The courses were so popular that I was asked to also teach at several Community Colleges in Edmonds, Highline, and Olympia. Olympia was the first Experimental College, where students could choose their own academic curriculums. I was part of their “First Faculty,” set up by Dixie Lee Ray (Governor, WA).
That was the beginning of cross-disciplinary fields of study, where a Music major could also include Physics. An example was Gary Robert Buchanan. In 1974 he completed his doctorial thesis in Music, writing on the subject of synesthesia, the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body.
Synesthesia is a perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway. People who report a lifelong history of such experiences are known as synesthetes. Awareness of synesthetic perceptions varies from person to person.
He wanted his career to include developing technology on how music might affects the body (for medicine). He also was an active member in OAK, Inc. a Think Tank I developed for Boeing Co., Battelle Institute, and Douglas United Nuclear. Gary’s career objectives and passion was just one project (of many) that came from the formation of OAK, Inc. I will write more on that in a later newsletter.
Gary went on to write Sona: Healing with Wave Front BIOresonance, in 2008. This is a “landmark publication” in the field of sound and vibrational healing, using cymatics and sound. The second textbook, published in 2012, is Sonatherapy: Healing with Light, Color, Sound, Water & Subtle Energies.
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Free Downloads at the Free Resource Library
Small-scale aquaponic food production: Integrated fish and plant farming, 288 pages
This technical paper begins by introducing the concept of aquaponics, including a brief history of its development and its place within the larger category of soil-less culture and modern agriculture. It discusses the main theoretical concepts of aquaponics, including the nitrogen cycle and the nitrification process, the role of bacteria, and the concept of balancing an aquaponic unit.
It then moves on to cover important considerations of water quality parameters, water testing, and water sourcing for aquaponics, as well as methods and theories of unit design, including the three main methods of aquaponic systems: media beds, nutrient film technique, and deep water culture.
Important New Resource Link
J.C. Cole: American Gray Swans
and, for updates https://phibetaiota.net/?s=gray+swan
I first met JC Cole as a fan, writing to introduce himself to me. He was a Wall Streeter, who inherited a 200-acre farm in New Jersey. He is also the person who encouraged Matt Stein and I to offer Urban Survival Skills workshops, and to develop Sustainable Lifeboats (lifeboats, with oars)
He has sent me links each day, since 2009, many making my two Facebook pages. He is a primary “lead scout” for me, and I have found everything he suggests important, and dead on the mark.