The Brain is a Fractal Antenna

 Eric (@blankey) 5 years, 4 months ago

Over the past few years I have been “receiving” information and I’m sure some of you have too. This got me interested and lead me to writing this blog post! If you want the full article with pictures and sources, go here. But if you’re lazy, I copied it, without the pictures and sources, below.

The Brain is a Fractal Antenna

First off, what is a Fractal Antenna?

“A fractal antenna is an antenna that uses a fractal, self-similar design to maximize the length, or increase the perimeter (on inside sections or the outer structure), of material that can receive or transmit electromagnetic radiation within a given total surface area or volume.
Such fractal antennas are also referred to as multilevel and space filling curves, but the key aspect lies in their repetition of a motif over two or more scale sizes,[1] or “iterations”. For this reason, fractal antennas are very compact, multiband or wideband, and have useful applications in cellular telephone and microwave communications.”

You may ask yourself, what do I have to do with fractals? A LOT. Your lungs, alveoli, blood vessels, brain, and membranes all consist of fractals. Not to mention your environment, which is an extension of you, consists of fractals too! Also, let’s look at the way you interact with the world around you. Your eyes have three different types of cones that perceive a very small increment of the electromagnetic spectrum. It then sends the frequency/wavelength to your brain in which your mind differentiates the wavelengths into the colors and world you see around you.

What about hearing? How does that work? You guessed it! Relatively the same way, through vibrations/frequencies/fractals! When something makes a noise, it sends out vibrations, or sound waves, in all directions. When the sound wave hits your eardrum, it vibrates and your brain interprets the vibrations as sound. Pretty much, your brain needs vibrations/frequencies/waves/fractals to interpret anything.

Now that we know how the brain works and interacts with the world around it, I will slowly dip into quantum mechanics, the fundamentals of our reality. Quarks, which make up the building blocks of our reality (matter), behave in a vibrational, wave manner. Not only that, but particles are actually wavicles, meaning they are a particle and a wave at the same time (weird, I know). This shows us that this reality has indeed a constant parallel reality of frequencies/waves/fractals where every “thing” in this world is merely one possibility in a realm of infinite possibilities. Everything you are experiencing now, reading this article, breathing this way, is just one possibility out of the infinite of possibilities you can “choose” from.

This brings me to why I even wrote this or had or “received” the idea to in the first place. For the past few years I have been having instances where I would almost be “receiving” information. When the mind is quiet, completely still like in meditation, I occasionally “receive” information. This “information” does not come in words but rather pure thought. Like a constant flow of data that comes in out of nowhere, out of the ether, out of the cloud, wherever, and my brain is picking up on it. Is it possible that our brain, being the fractal antenna that it is, is “picking up” information from the parallel reality of frequencies/possibilities that we are all constantly a part of? Perhaps this explains why inventions seem to pop up all around the globe almost simultaneously even when there is no apparent communication!

So! What should we learn from this? Be quiet. Be still. It will come to you. Tap into the One!

…or at least this got you thinking!
Hopefully.. :)

Check it out! :)

Let me know what you think and if you’ve ever “received” information as well.

December 17, 2012 at 4:53 pm
DaDuke (13) (@dukevonschmot) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

I completely agree. And to see others with the exact same ideas and beliefs, as me, shows more proof that we are forever linked to everything that could ever exist. Great job on your choice of words because explaining this in words can sometimes be difficult. Keep up the good work and hope to read more of your intelligent work soon!

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

@dukevonschmot, Indeed! Especially if we made these ideas up on our own or they “came to us”. Although, I was trying to refrain from using any wording referring to anything coming to us or what not, because that refers to us, the “I”, being separate from everything else. When in reality, the spacing between objects and the objects themselves are one in the same, they are co-dependent, meaning, we are all one. All is one.

Oh and thank you for the kind words!

Zocrates (0) (@efren) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

Nice blog man, like @dukevonschmot said you explained your idea very well and i agree with it also. You should look into sacred geometry if you haven’t, it explains how frequencies make up everything in our universe. It may not sound relevant to what you wrote but take a look at it, i believe it follows the same idea/philosophy.

Manimal (2,993) (@manimal) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

Well, I’m very surprised people think this is a big deal. We receive information all the time.

The lantern of Osiris, the lamp of God, the horns of Baphomet, The all-seeing eye of Lucifer, the horns of Dinoysos, etc. they all refer to the same thing. And that very thing exists in your brain.

The central eye, the mainframe of perception. Funny thing is, the structure closely resembles that of a wireless receptor, well it’s really the other way around. Anyway, this thing is continually receiving information from all over the place. What you do with it, and whether or not you even notice it, is all up to your choice.

ESP isn’t really extra-sensory at all, it’s fully normal and not a big deal at all. In groups we pick up on eachother’s thoughts, for most people this is subconscious because they simply do not pay attention.

The conscious mind is just an interpreter, browsing through all the what-is. It moves where we choose, and picks up on whatever is there. That’s the primary function of this mind, listening to the verse.
But it can also sing the hymns of the false reality, and thereby ignore the one verse. These days, most people spend most of their time singing these hymns, very rarely listening to the verse.

That’s why these people are so surprised when the verse is occasionally heard through their noise. That’s why they wonder “What was that?” and “Where did it come from?” and then they go back to singing a lie about what it was and where it came from.

Stop the singing for a moment. Just shut it and listen… beautiful, isn’t it? Why would you mask that verse with distasteful hymns that are out of key?
Crazy, isn’t it?

It seems you’ve confused “in theory” with “in reality.”
The spacing in between objects being one and the same, that’s theory. Just theory. Not reality. Of course the same thing is true for the opposite stance, it’s just fucking theory.

As long as that goddamn, motherfucking, bloody-ass hymn is sung, the verse will not be heard. The tempo of the damned, the sonata of the wretched souls, the anthem of the ingorant fools…

Listen to the music of the spheres. Listen closely. Notice how it outshines your songs? Does this make you jealous or something? Why would you rather not listen to the one verse?
Just listen to it for a while, maybe sing along a bit, and you will never feel any need to sing those hymns again.

Theories are not reality. Theories are parodies of reality.
Why do you cling so to your theory? To your hymn?

Does it matter where the information come from? Does it matter if there was spacing between? Does it matter if it was found or created? Does it matter at all?
It doesn’t change anything.

But rest assured, that there’s a whole lot of nonsense out there, seeping in through your receptor… do you know what that is?
The stupid hymns of other people.

The music of the spheres is always there for those who tune into it. But not to those who confuse the amateur hymns with this divine verse.

Mr. Arbiter (86) (@snaysler) 5 years, 4 months ago ago


“The collective unconscious”—or rather, "God"

I assume you haven’t read that yet, but basically the information you are receiving would be information from the Grid that I describe in the link above. This has been called the Akashic Records, as well.

And I also receive information from the Grid. Generally this occurs only when making a conscious effort to do so, such as in meditation. Some of the most profound manifestations of received information take place in altered states of consciousness, generally those related to sleep/dream states.

I feel like the whole “everything is vibrations and waves” thing is getting a bit cliche, and I feel many people allow this idea to wander toward vague generalizations a little more than they should. However, it is definitely fascinating how we witness fractal-esque phenomena in our world, especially as a product of intelligent design, i.e. in products of biological evolution. In reading your blog post, I noticed a possibly flawed syllogistic argument in paragraph four, mainly the leap of reasoning in the last sentence. Also I wouldn’t use the word increment, as that does not convey and accurate meaning. Perhaps “interval” would be better suited, or maybe another word. Nice post, though!

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

@snaysler, Nope have not read it. Sounds cool though! And thanks for the advice!

Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 5 years, 4 months ago ago

Dude thanks for posting this. This was great to read. I’ve been fascinated with this stuff ever since I was a little kid. Thanks for sharing!

That reminds me…I came across an article just today that I thought was the best summary of why we exist at all, or rather, why something exists rather than nothing. I posted it as a thread on here. If you have time, I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on it after you read it (assuming you didn’t see it and read it earlier today). Anyway, here’s the link:

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stonedragon (142) (@stonedragon21) 5 years, 2 months ago ago

@manimal, im happy to read this that u are still around and we are still on the same page and listening to the same verse. i like your metaphors here.
that verse for me is mainly silence and peace and i dont as you well point out, hear it often enuf. when the damn radio happens to shut off , the one that blasts nonsence all the time in my head. when im painting i can get lots of akashic information too.
interesting links here
thanks everyone.

stonedragon (142) (@stonedragon21) 5 years, 2 months ago ago

@blankey, your blog is amazing man. thank you. you said some really wise things in there . and i love the part about the waveicles. particle wavelettes. so nice.
the text however is really hard to read so tiny on the black background. you should make it bigger. the graphics and pics are really great. good job! i will keep the link and read it again. it made my nite good for going to meditate now and dream.
thank you alot.

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@stonedragon21, Thank you very much! And if it helps, press ctrl and the little + sign on the right side of your keyboard and it will magnify the internet.

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 5 years, 1 month ago ago
CandleMagick (2) (@CandleMagick) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

Well put. I did a search for ‘my brain is an antenna’ and admit that I couldn’t have written it better myself. Everything is one. It is only consciousness moving. Waves and particles are therefore the result of accelerating consciousness.

Ripple (2) (@oneness243) 4 years, 7 months ago ago

This is very close to my own perspective on things! Very well said. Thank you for the post!

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 4 years, 7 months ago ago

@candlemagick, @oneness243, Indeed! Thank you :)

TheSeer (167)C (@drallarnnat) 4 years, 7 months ago ago

@blankey, I recommend you read the book ” Science and the Akashic Records” By Ervin Laszlo. What the ancients called the “Akashic Records” is now seen as a real scientific underlying field of information from which the universe rises. Very interesting physics.

TheSeer (167)C (@drallarnnat) 4 years, 7 months ago ago

@candlemagick, I recommend you read the book too! Also, for all of you who believe in the theory of consciousness as the basis of reality, look into John Hagelin’s work as well. Type his name into Youtube and listen to some of his lectures. He is a famous particle physicist working on a new Unified Field theory of consciousness. Very interesting stuff that is explained in a way that anyone-including those who have not been specially educated in physics- could understand.

Anonymous (68) (@) 4 years, 7 months ago ago

what does that even mean lol

Eric (1,818)M (@blankey) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

@snaysler, Everything really is vibrations and waves though. Everything in existence is merely wavicles, which is a particle and a wave at the same time. Hard to wrap your mind around but its a fact.

Anonymous (11) (@) 3 years, 8 months ago ago

Well my Dear friend , sounds like you been diving in an out the ocean of consciousness , like Plato said in “our everyday life we are not learning rather just remembering things we forgot” . I had my self gone threw something very similar couple years ago I had no job for about 1 an half years around that same time I recall having a very vivid reality like dream where I was in a kitchen working , so then about 8 months later I had received a chef position an it bang it happened dejavu right before my eyes I remember rushing to the dish room an stopping half way because I was hit with a sense of “I been here before “. an sense of i done this before so I was baffled an saw the potential of the Concious universe Coming in to play ,

jazzz (30) (@jazzz) 2 years, 2 months ago ago

I find that plato quote very interesting, i have always felt this way… its like there is an endless stream of knowledge that we can draw from within 

Chapel (0) (@Chapel-Montoya) 2 years, 2 months ago ago

Eric I had to create this account to leave a comment because I too had this same thought the other day, glad to see im not alone :)

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