NCGT Journal V7 N3

The latest issue of the NCGT Journal is now available here.

Update: Due to the January 2020 bushfires, the present COVID-19 situation, and the unexpected closing of the website due to hosting registration issues, delays will occur as we set up a new website on the WordPress platform where we have changed our research focus involving the role of plasma in global tectonics. We have also finally taken official possession of the NCGT Journal and we are in the progress of updating the journal content, so please bear with us as we catch up.

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The Real Reason

Never let a crisis go to waste.

Economic Systems: The alarmists keep telling us their concern about global warming is all about man’s stewardship of the environment. But we know that’s not true. A United Nations official has now confirmed this.

At a news conference last week in Brussels, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity but to destroy capitalism.

“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution,” she said. Source

As the climate scare ended as an ineffective policy, another ploy was put in place, covid-19, as the means to destroy the capitalist economies.

Apparently, we are all socialists now.

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Skype and the Quantum

I watched a YouTube live stream interview of British author Douglas Murray by John Anderson and was impressed with the lack of video and voice lags, apart from some infrequent mangled sounds. This effect is also noticed when I do a direct chat on Skype with a colleague in Florida, USA; our reactions to conversation usually occur instantly. Given I am in rural south east New South Wales, and my colleague in Florida, the signal path has to go from PC to server, across half the globe through a multitude of switches, to the Skype server then to the endpoint ISP server and the PC at the distal end. All in real time with almost instantaneous transmission.

Given the PC Skype signal is a high frequency analogue carrier constrained by copper wire and optical filaments, its transmission is not occurring in the 3D macro-world but in the underlying quantum or “sub-atomic” level. Skype sessions could then be interpreted as sessions of super “remote viewing” via the quantum order.

Strange the internet is reconnecting us via the Quantum order, no? We lost the ability to communicate via remote viewing only to regain it via a proxy. Indeed a small world.

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Fake Science

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai hits the nail on its head – modern medicine does not treat the human body as a system but as a collection of separate objects or parts. This is caused by the human brain objectifying reality into specious entities and particles, from the macro to the micro. The modern world view of physical materialism is fundamentally wrong.

Entrenched belief drives fake science, whether physics or medicine. Reaction to a virus, today the COVID-19, will cause over reaction in individuals with compromised immune systems as outlined in the above YouTube video. They will die as a consequence.

The fact of the placebo effect also needs to be considered because what we believe has a significant effect on our organism and its immediate environment. Everything in the Universe is interconnected as shown by the scientifically verified Remote Viewing phenomenon, so which ideas we think with will determine our reaction to physical change in the climate and environment. Fear always drives panic and in our case it is the fear of the unknown that is the major forcing.

Such experiences have helped me to realise that, for many people, politics is not so much a belief system as a kind of identity. This is perhaps why a study in Scientific Reports in 2016 found that most people perceive challenges to their political beliefs to be personal attacks. The ideological civil war over Brexit, which has driven families and friends apart like no other recent political dispute, is the most obvious example of this phenomenon. In Carol Hanisch’s famous 1969 essay she declared that ‘the personal is political’. Now, it seems, the political is personal.

It would be tempting to put this down to the tribalism that has been fostered by social media, but in truth people have always reacted badly to the experience of having to rethink their most deeply held convictions. In his book Dominion, the historian Tom Holland notes that the paleontologist Edward Drinker Cope, who was raised a Quaker and taught that the Bible was the literal truth, was ‘so unsettled by the dinosaurs he found entombed in rock that they came to visit him in his dreams’, where they would kick and trample upon him. A similar crisis of faith befell Charles Darwin, who could not reconcile the notion of a ‘beneficent and omnipotent God’ with the brutal reproductive practices of the ichneumon wasp, which paralyses caterpillars with its sting so that its larvae can develop inside a living host. Darwin’s Christian identity was shaken by the evident cruelty of the natural world.


Western Civilisation, as its origin in The Enlightenment, ejected consciousness from physical reality and relegated it as a mere epiphenomenon of the brain. Wrong, it’s the other way around – physical reality is an epiphenomenon of consciousness, but most of us are so enamoured with our own thinking and beliefs that we only hear what we think.

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Don’t Panic!

Apropos for the present insanity.

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Changing Climate and Environment

I’ve just noticed the reporting of an interesting coincidence between deployment of electromagnetic radiating infrastructure and flu pandemics. The first coincidence was the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic that is linked to the deployment of high intensity radar by the US Navy.

First, as I have previously explained, every instance of “influenza” epidemic in our modern era was associated with a radical change in the electrification of the earth immediately before the outbreak. One of the most studied of these pandemics was the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, which killed millions of people around the globe. The Spanish influenza pandemic actually started not in Spain but in the U.S. in early 1918.  It was particularly associated with Naval bases and installations that were the first to install high-intensity radar.   The use of worldwide radar signals grew exponentially, and along with this expansion, the pandemic spread rapidly around the world, even appearing in places that had no contact with infected travelers.  In other words, it appeared on naval ships and ports at identical times, essentially proving that an infectious or contagious etiology was impossible. Source

Huh? Radar in 1918? Radar wasn’t deployed until the mid 1940’s during WWII. In fact the first test of radar by the US navy was during 1922 and then it was left in abeyance until the 1930’s when the US Army got interested (Source).

Sorry eco-nuts, Spanish flu had nothing to do with radar but there might have been an external forcing that affected the Earth’s electrical environment. This possibility was not considered at the time because of the prevailing scientific paradigm of a closed system uniformist Earth which could not allow exogenous forcings. Actually changes in the Earth’s electrical state are plasma effects and exogenous plasma forcings to the Earth’s electromagnetic state may well have caused the reported deaths mentioned in the first link. Which suggests that life adapts to EM climate changes while maladapted individuals of a species died out. This raises the possibility that biological evolution, or more accurately adaptation, might happen much faster than presently assumed.

Whoops, I think I just thought a heresy.

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Philosophic Dribbling

Monistic Idealism is a reality (world view) founded in consciousness that is continually forming a holographic 3D physical reality in which discrete objects exist. Thinking humans have added an abstract quantum subdomain and a metaphysical super-domain. The Quantum domain remains directly unseen, as well as the metaphysical super-domain, as they are both human abstractions. Physically the Quantum is the plasma we see as the universe and condensed matter the result of consciousness moulding plasma.

The human condition arose when our ancestors were physically traumatised by recurring global catastrophes from which we isolated ourselves by losing ourselves in our thoughts and the virtual abstraction of our beliefs. Yet thinking is necessary for us to function, but becoming addicted to our thinking patterns is the human problem. This problem is also recognised by religions as the fall of man.

Fear of death is limited to our egos and souls that have no physical presence, but because we have become disconnected from the Quantum domain, as it were, by retreating into our beliefs and ideologies from thought habituation, we no longer realise we are an integral part of Quantum consciousness. Russel Targ and others emphasise the need to quiet our minds in order to listen to what we might hear by stopping or reducing the chattering racket of our thinking brain. Think of it as turning your ear pods and musical player off.

Everything is interconnected at the Quantum level, but we no longer experience this because of our isolation in our virtual safe mind spaces of religion and ideology.

Biologically species that experience catastrophic reductions in population compensate, or adapt, with population explosions. Life is reacting to the latest population explosion from the global climate catastrophe that ended in the Little Ice Age by visiting pestilence on us. Individuals come and go but life continues as it always has, no start, no end. Those on blue pills will find this frightening.

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Highly Compelling?

The latest Mystery History Youtube upload concerns brass door knobs found in 300 million year age coal deposits.

What intrigues me is apparently no one, apart from the biblical fundamentalists, questions the dating of the coal. Why not question the dates rather than grappling with the anachronistic door knobs? Or are we dealing with two quasi-religious memes – given that geological uniformism, as defined by Charles Lyell and his successors, is itself derived from religious apriorism.

Has it occurred to anyone that maybe the geological timescale itself might be a bit more than specious?

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