Grant Cameron:"tinkle toy" は HP の技術者が LSD 摂取で着想した。


・27:40 1950年代、Hewlett Packard の技術者が LSD を摂取して "tinkle toy" を着想した。

・"tinkle toy" とは…

He called it a “tinkle toy,” and it was a little waterwheel that would float in a toilet bowl and spin when water (or urine) was run over it. It would serve as a potty-training teaching aid for a little boy, offering him an incentive to pee in the toilet.


・Grant Cameron (Livewire)



From the SRI group, the first to try LSD was Hew Crane, who was followed by a number of other scientists from the research laboratory, including Doug Engelbart and Bill English.

It is easy to understand why Engelbart would find the idea of enhancing creativity with psychedelic drugs so intriguing. After all, the aims of the early LSD community closely paralleled his own passionate quest to augment human intelligence. Drug-induced creativity was not part of his original vision, but if it would make a difference it certainly might be a welcome addition to the process, which he referred to as bootstrapping: working in an iterative fashion in which each improvement would in turn accelerate the pursuit of further advances. In a way, bootstrapping was simply a restatement of the concept of exponential change, in this case applied to a human organization. The results of Engelbart’s own psychedelic-drug experience, however, proved disappointing.

His first LSD session was with a group and was held under Jim Fadiman’s guidance. Engelbart was given a “modest” dose of twenty-five micrograms and then spent four hours meditating, listening to music, and relaxing. The night before the experiment, each of the subjects in the creativity study went through an extensive psychological preparation aimed at infusing them with the idea that under the influence of the drug they would be able to solve their problems, for the premise underlying the experiments was to motivate a group of people who had spent at least three months working on a difficult technical or creative issue and were not making progress. The problems were supposed to be ones the scientists had a high emotional need to solve. After lunch, and after the LSD had taken effect, they would be put to work, while the researchers observed.

In the group setting, everyone was making progress. Electrical engineers were designing circuits; Hewlett-Packard mechanical designers were improving their lighting designs; architects were designing buildings. But not Doug Engelbart. His reaction to his first trip was to become virtually catatonic. He simply stared at the wall for the duration of the experiment.

Even so, Engelbart remained intrigued, for he had been totally captivated by the experience. He therefore suggested to Fadiman that they try a group session to employ the bootstrapping idea: “If you really believe we can be more creative, why don’t we try this as a group and see if we can actually invent something?”

A second meeting was accordingly scheduled, this time a group of eight computer researchers in the young psychologist’s living room. Fadiman entered the room carrying a tray of small cups containing the dose for the evening’s experiment. Based on his conversations with Fadiman, Engelbart sensed that he was about to be given a lower dose than the others because of his reaction to his first drug trip. He unobtrusively shifted his position in the group about three places and continued talking as if nothing had changed. Sure enough, when Fadiman finally approached Engelbart, he had to rotate the tray so that he would receive the cup with a half dose.

In the end, the second drug experience aided Doug Engelbart’s creativity, but its ability to augment human intelligence was less clear. Engelbart’s contribution to the creativity session was a toy he conceived under the influence of LSD. He called it a “tinkle toy,” and it was a little waterwheel that would float in a toilet bowl and spin when water (or urine) was run over it. It would serve as a potty-training teaching aid for a little boy, offering him an incentive to pee in the toilet.

ref: http://sckool.org/penguin-books-what-the-dormouse-said.html?page=3


Grant Cameron:William Bengston の "energy healing method"


・Grant Cameron の動画の中から、タイトルの件だけ。


・15:00 ガンの治療。rapid image cycling 。治療者(ヒーラー)の左手から(右脳)をエネルギー。アルツハイマーと動物に最も効き目がある。彼らはエゴを持たない。

ref: Grant Cameron:音楽芸人や科学者の download 体験。


・1:40 Bengston の "energy healing method"



・Grant Cameron on Hal Puthoff and the Soviet Union UFO Program


・Grant Cameron もそうだが、いったん精神世界に嵌まり込むと、レイキだの、この手の様々なヒーリングの話題に染まるようになりがち。



The Bengston Energy Healing MethodR is an innovative healing technique developed by sociologist William Bengston, whose 35 years of research demonstrates clinical and experimental success in healing a variety of conditions, including cancer.

In this experiential workshop, you learn the method Bengston used to produce tangible results in the laboratory?a process that includes “rapid image cycling,” which helps access healing potential so the body can restore its natural state of wholeness. Through discussions on research and clinical applications, hands-on practice, instructions in distance healing, and practice instilling healing energy into objects, you learn how to circumvent your conscious limitations and access a deeper source of profound healing intelligence.

This training in the Bengston Energy Healing Method is open to anyone interested in rethinking their beliefs about our ability to heal. No previous energy healing experience or inherent psychic gifts are necessary.

ref: https://www.eomega.org/workshops/the-bengston-energy-healing-method-0


Evan Alexander が臨死体験に基づいて開発した技法


・…を Grant Cameron が語っているので記録。

・なお、Evan Alexander(著名医科大学の専門医、脳神経外科)の臨死体験の件については過去記事で何度も取り上げた。


・9:50 あたりから。

・Evan Alexander の臨死体験。


・この体験に基づいて Evan Alexander はある技法を開発した。"binaural beat" のアイデア。


・Grant Cameron (Livewire)

おまけ 1

・13:30 Evan Alexander の説。新皮質(neocortex)から意識が生まれるのではなく、新皮質は覆いであり暗闇をもたらす。

・汚泥(or 海底)から浮かび上がるためには新皮質の働きを一時的に停止させねばならない。

おまけ 2

・その技法なるもの("Sacred Acoustics")を探してきた。Robert Monroe の "Hemi-Sync" にかなり共通しているらしい。どこが違うのかは不明(未調査)。


・Eben Alexander M.D. - Light Body by Sacred Acoustics


・Eben Alexander on the Power of Sacred Acoustics


Grant Cameron:音楽芸人や科学者の download 体験。


・4:00 から。Paul McCartney は夢の中で 3曲、download した。 Yesterday, "Let It Be" など。(詳しくは別記事)

・12:00 遠隔視を成功させるには左脳を抑制させねばならない…これは Harold E. Puthoff 博士が CIA で 1970年代に遠隔視を開発した時に…

・15:00 ガンの治療。rapid image cycling 。治療者(ヒーラー)の左手から(右脳)をエネルギー。アルツハイマーと動物に最も効き目がある。彼らはエゴを持たない。

・16:15 レーザーとホログラムの発明は白昼夢の中で。ともに公園のベンチ。記念の 彫像、statue


・Grant Cameron (Livewire)


Grant Cameron:Beatles の大ヒット曲、"Let It Be" の意味と、その由来。 (途中:その1)


・Paul McCartney が単独で作詞・作曲した "Let It Be" の由来を Grant Cameron が語っている。


When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be


・なぜこの件が UFO/ET に関係するかというと、それは長くなるので別記事で…。


・4:00 から。Paul McCartney は夢の中で 3曲を download した。 Yesterday, "Let It Be" など。

・4:30 あたり。


・Grant Cameron (Livewire)



McCartney said he had the idea of "Let It Be" after he had a dream about his mother during the tense period surrounding the sessions for The Beatles ("the White Album") in 1968. According to McCartney, the song's reference to "Mother Mary" was not biblical.[2] The phrase has at times been used as a reference to the Virgin Mary.[2] Nevertheless, McCartney explained that his mother ? who died of cancer when he was fourteen ? was the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric.[3][4] He later said: "It was great to visit with her again. I felt very blessed to have that dream. So that got me writing 'Let It Be'."[5][6] He also said in a later interview about the dream that his mother had told him, "It will be all right, just let it be."[7] When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, McCartney has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they like.

ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let_It_Be_(song)




・Let It Be - Paul McCartney, 1989/90


・The Beatles - Let It Be (Subtitulado al espanol)


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