In the service of science - Part 2

PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: Protocol extracts from the Menetekel protocols of 1959 - 1975 Theme : In the service of science : Part 2: Years 1963 to 1966 The following texts were compiled by the Medialen Friedenskreis, Berlin (MFK), a Christian / spiritual group, between 1959 and 1975. We are not dealing with the usual psychic transmissions from the group here, but with a specialised formulation within the field of psycho-science. Preface We are dealing with publications of verified “supernatural” transmissions and experiences within the frame work of the Psycho-scientific Frontiers here. This is a matter of course for many, but a sensation to others. The unknown is often called “supernatural”, whilst the broader masses are only supposed to acknowledge the five senses conceded by the sciences as “sensual” and “normal”. There are however people that have expanded their sense of hearing, seeing, feeling, tasting and smelling to a degree that go beyond the reach of competence of normal physical capabilities and that can no longer be explained by them. The higher senses of these people unmistakably demonstrate the difference between the perceptions of body and spirit (soul). Closer inspection reveals that we move amongst supernatural experiences on a daily basis. Who has ever seen thoughts? – One cannot verify them with our body’s senses, but nobody will deny that thoughts exist in spite of this. One applies concepts like feelings, charisma, emanations and aura – all of them unverifiable processes in respect to scientific and physical appraisals – that may eke out their existence in the realm of poetry, the arts and tomfoolery. But a sudden insight can still turn into an unconditionally surprising gift. This insight is part of everyday life and it can neither be permuted nor applied. It remains hidden in the mystery life represents. Ever since Einstein’s discovery that matter and energy are on equal footing, one increasingly realises that the world is of spiritual origin . It is therefore impossible to not permute spirituality, because our existence in itself represents spiritual evidence. The questions that arise from this are: To what degree can man consciously and presently acknowledge creation? – To what degree does man subconsciously oppose the creative plan thereby feeling the tempest he caused himself? – Can man ever fall from the frame he placed himself in? The battle for goodness is a model of behaviourism that no longer fits within our times. The sending of a thought is a manifestation of future life that is too underrated . Energy abides by attentiveness. We therefore configure our future instantly – primarily through our thoughts , followed by our actions. By perceiving the