Nerves and sensors

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Corresponding Wikipedia articles: Nervous system, Sensory system

The senses, which are provided by the receptors (endings) of the nervous system, are characterized by quality and quantity. The quantity varies from the sensitivity threshold to the threshold of pain, which warns on the possibility of damage. The sensitivity threshold varies due to the sensitivity adaptation.

The nerves excitation (electrical activity) is accompanied by a redistribution of the total aetheric energy into the excitation place. This activates the following processes:

  • Mental activity (reflection), which is associated with the excitation source. The prolonged excitement leads to a dangerous decrease in the total energy, which is called the nervous exhaustion.
  • Support of an organ, which probably needs an extra energy. The Chinese therapy of acupuncture and also the bioresonance therapy are based on this.

The haptic perception (sense of pressure) and the temperature sense are the basic senses of the nervous system, which are essential for the organism survival.

The olfaction (smell) and the taste are the main systems of the chemical identifying and communicating for animals.

The sense of acceleration (gravity and inertia forces) in its highest form is evolved to a sensitivity of the vibration frequency, i.e. the hearing feature of the higher animals and humans. The vestibular system is combined with the ear.

The compound eyes represent a primitive vision of the insects, which is compensated by a high sensitivity of the magnetic fields. For example, the bees and wasps build their honeycombs and nests of a regular shape, sensing the aetheric vortices.

The binocular vision is a spatial (stereoscopic) vision of the perfect animals, who possess the brain. The reptiles and the herbivorous mammals have the all-round visibility, which helps them to locate their enemies.

The third eye (pineal gland) is the reptilian thermal vision organ to detect the warm-blooded animals in the darkness. Own cold blood helps them to hide from other reptiles.

The clairvoyance (remote vision) and the clairaudience ((remote hearing) is a brain psychic ability to contact with the other world outside of the space-time. That world is populated by the alive and dead beings, which are identified by their matrices (genomes). The identification occurs either directly by a biofield (contact with them, with their parts, or even with the personal belongings) or indirectly by the exact image of appearance (photo, video). Also, the clairvoyance implies a higher ability to monitor the events in an arbitrary point of space and time, including versions or plans of the future. Often, in fact, the clairvoyants are only the mediums, who utilize the services of the spiritual entities, for which the contact with the other world is easy.

The geomagnetic field, and especially the Schumann resonances, which are observed at several frequencies around 8, 14, 20, 26, 32 Hz, determine the rhythm range of the sympathetic nervous system, responsible mainly for the senses and muscles. The higher frequencies are in the range of the parasympathetic nervous system, responsible for some organs. The nervous subsystem of any organ has its own rhythms, known from the bioresonance therapy experience.

Frequency Vibration Image Muscle motion
High Sound, chord, phoneme Animated Impossible
Low Rhythm, melody, speech Sequence of images Possible

The wakeful human brain works with the alpha rhythm from 8 to 13 Hz and the beta rhythm from 13 to 35 Hz. When these events and the general activity of the nerve receptors do not exist, the brain easily comes in the state of relaxation and sleep, when the consciousness is more or less disconnected from the surrounding world. The low-frequency theta rhythm from 4 to 8 Hz and delta rhythm from 1 to 4 Hz dominate in this state.

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