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Psychological Resonances




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If you take a hammer and bang it on the side of a building, do you think you can bring the building down? If you adjust a radio beam to the correct frequency, do you think you can destroy a nasty disease causing microorganism? Do you think all radio waves are harmful to human beings? These are some of the questions dealt with in this podcast. We take a look at inventors and researchers form the past and look at what frequencies and resonances can do.


In science if we give energy to a body, it will resonate for a long time. This is why soldiers crossing a bridge are ordered NOT to march in unison. They walk across the bridge “normally” because they know if they “march” across it, the bridge might come down. This is because of “resonances” created by the men marching. If you bang on a bell, it will “ring” for a long time. If you stroke a wine glass with a wet finger, the wine will have ripples along the surface. These are all resonances, or “standing waves.”


Do resonances have anything to do with human psychology? A serial killer does not learn how to kill in one life time. He killed before in previous lives. In each successive life time, he killed again and again. In other words he kept giving energy to a psychological monster. In this life time, the serial killer does not ask himself the question: Why do I have thoughts of killing? Or, where do these thoughts come from? No. He only acts upon his monster which lives inside of him. This is a psychological resonance. There are many different kinds of psychological resonances. Can we do anything about them? How does this work? For the answers you will have to listen to the podcast.


Richard Roocroft

August, 2012

Nikola Tesla, Royal Raymond Rife, Georges Lakovsky, Standing Waves, and

Podcast: 56 Minutes, MP3 Format, Free Download.

Jack The Ripper, depicted here from a London newspaper of 1888 shows a “suspicious character” that may have been “him.” In this podcast we discuss the psychology of a serial killer. Is this an example of psychological resonance?

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