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Lethbridge, T C - ESP Beyond Time and Distance – The Harmonics of the cones

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021675

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ESP Beyond Time and Distance – T C Lethbridge

The cones are certainly very high and I have not as yet been able to reach the apex of even the ones with the smallest radius.

That for sulphur is only seven inches, but I cannot find the apex of its cone. It seems to me that each cone may in reality be drawn out into a single thin ray. If so the ascending ray probably passes out into space, while the descending one extends to the magnetic centre of the earth. I suspect that we are really dealing with something in the study of Harmonics and that these things resemble the figures formed by plucking taut strings, except that the vibration of a taut string only takes place in one plane, whereas our fields vibrate in all directions.

Should there be any sense in my suggestion, one can appreciate two things- The first is that the ascending rays could perhaps come in temporary contact with the fields of the sun, or moon, and secondly they might form paths by which the force of gravitation could travel.

There is another possibility.  Since you can with a single pendulum only find one point on the surface of a cone at any one time, there is no means of telling whether the whole cone is always there, or whether it only exists in one plane at one moment. The contact between your psyche-field and the field of the object might be similar to the plucking of the taut string and the conical appearance might be due to a succession of contacts round the perimeter. In other words the apparent cone may be an illusion and all that is really there be a single ray of indefinite extent, agitated into conical form by a series of shock contacts.

The way to test this is to have several operators approaching a given object at the same time and each oscillating a pendulum calibrated to their own rate for that substance. We have found by using two pendulums and two operators that the cones appear always in position. From whatever direction they are approached, the result is the same.

The source of the experience

Lethbridge, Thomas Charles

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