On the 24th of December 1990 at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, in the Dikson urban-type settlement near the north polar circle—
Deep in the frigid recesses of the research facility, there is a curious spiral shaped device made of a reflective aluminum alloy, within it is a psychonaut wrapped in various electronic equipment. The man is told to focus on various ancient symbols, pictograms and glyphs until a certain arcane triune symbol—representing past, present, future—is placed in the chamber. What occurs astonishes the scientists: around the apparatus emanates an intense field, a field of pure terror. Anyone who approaches the device immediately begins to feel wild, unjustified fear. Moving away causes the fear to dissipate until eventually it fades.
In subsequent experiments various trans-mundane phenomenon emanate from the space inside the mirror device: powerful magnetic anomalies are measured as well as electrical manifestations, “plasmoids”, similar in appearance to ball lightning. Over the course of the experiments, according to some witnesses in the surrounding settlement, strange polar lights would cascade directly over the building. These spectacular events were only the beginning of a journey, by all accounts, into the world’s most successful ESP research.
"At Dixon, a cycle of long-term studies of the 'Kozyrev space' was
begun, which theoretically allowed for the presence of 'past and future in
the present' and the possibility of observing future, yet unrealized events
at high latitudes."
“We have created mirrors which enable us to explore the paradox of cosmic entanglement of consciousness and the effect of superposition of consciousness in space and time at the modern scientific level. This is only possible in Kozyrev's Mirrors.”
It was assumed by these scientists, operating according to the Cosmist theories of Vlail Kaznacheev and Alexander Trofimov, that these phenomena were the reaction of the Earth's geomagnetic grid to human thought forms, amplified by their device. In this way, the symbol on the inside mirror device interacted with the “information field” of the Earth.
According to Trofimov and Kaznacheev—
1) our planet’s electromagnetic field is actually a kind of “veil” which filters time and place down to our everyday Newtonian reality — enabling us to have the human experience of linear time,
2) in the absence of an electromagnetic field, we have access to an energy field of “instantaneous locality” that underlies our reality,
3) that the limiting effect of the electromagnetic field on an individual is moderated by the amount of solar electromagnetic activity occurring while that person was in utero, and
4) that once a person has accessed these states, his consciousness remains enhanced.
This of course dovetails perfectly with the findings of Ebner. The electro-biological field interacts with the larger cosmic field. This is how magnetosensitivity is formed - a measure of the perception of magnetic factors imbued into the organism, affecting its ability to respond in that system.
This sensitivity to the greater “cosmic” system is one of the main components of the fundamental properties of living matter which, according to Kaznacheev, is called cosmophilia. "Cosmophiles" more easily enter into interaction with cosmic flows; in contrast to them, “cosmophobes” have lost their original geocosmic sensory property.
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