Imagine a huge library with every book about every person, place, thing and event in the world. A place that has recorded everything that has happened since the beginning of time and movement.
Everything, meaning the creation of a pencil through the birth, development and growth of every person and every other living thing. What if we stored all of this information like books or blueprints in a place?
That would mean that while I am writing this and while you are reading it, another event is being added to our books. The event of you reading this article is now being recorded and stored into your personal blueprint, your individual book of your life.
That would mean that this library is very dynamic and that it records a world of information and stores it in a very static way. Once recorded, it is there forever filed away in a huge memory bank. This is what we call “The Matrix”.
Sounds a little scary in a way, doesn’t it? To think that everything you do is recorded as an event and then stored away forever in a book!
Over one hundred years ago, world renowned Swiss Psychiatrist, Dr. Carl Jung developed a theory about a giant library that he called “the Collective Unconscious.” But how did he discover this? Dr Carl Jung was always fascinated by dreams. Through out his life he studied his own dreams and the dreams of his patients. He extracted the universal symbols from the dreams and uncovered their meaning. Once he discovered the meaning of the symbols within the context of the dream, he held the answer to their problems; He understood the crux of their conflict. This would serve as an extremely valuable tool for a doctor to cure the complex psychosis of his patients. Dr. Jung was considered a miracle worker in his day (and even today). He could cure the most difficult cases and then he could explain how they had become ill. He knew more about his patients then they knew about themselves. How could he do this? He never claimed to be psychic or clairvoyant.
Dr. Jung had found a way to tap into the collective unconscious by way of the individual’s unconscious mind; Jung defined the unconscious mind as the part of the human psychic apparatus that does not ordinarily enter the individual’s awareness. It is the part of the mind that is manifested especially by slips of the tongue, dissociated acts and in dreams. He then declared that the Collective Unconscious contains the whole spiritual heritage of mankind’s evolution, born anew in the brain structure of every individual person. Carl Jung was said to be a brilliant man. He had access to knowledge about others who could not access it for themselves. He had discovered the wizard hiding behind the curtains.
However, long before Carl Jung was born, in the third century, people practiced something called alchemy. They spoke of “the Philosopher’s Stone” which was thought to signify the force behind the evolution of life and the universal binding power. The force that unites minds and souls in a human oneness. In the third century??? Where were people getting such ideas?
Throughout the tapestry of history of mankind there have been signs describing the unifying force that connects all human lives. Descriptions, telling us that we can access a vast body of knowledge, that we are really the wizards behind the curtains. Today, I hear people say, if it’s so easy then why don’t we already know how to do it? Must we be brilliant people to penetrate this facade of ignorance?
The difference between history’s message and what we at PSI TECH say is that we found that universal road to Oz but we don’t know what hides behind the curtains. We have to look there each and every time to answer each and every question. We can do it and so can you! We have found a way for all humans to access this body of knowledge and you need not be brilliant or particularly learned, you only need to be able to follow a certain set of protocols. The protocols are called TRV or Technical Remote Viewing and the process has proven time and time again to be able to successfully retrieve accurate information from the Matrix. TRV has no requirement of belief or faith. It is not prejudice of race, religion or culture. The process itself is not personal. It’s standardized and it only requires a certain willingness to follow simple directions in a somewhat disciplined way. We can’t sell you any more then history has that the Matrix really exits but we can show you how to access it over and over again.
The discovery of such a thing as the “matrix” and the practical use of its treasure chest of knowledge can be compared to that of Prometheus bringing fire from the heavens for the first time. It is almost impossible to grasp the profound meaning of the impact of access to unlimited knowledge for a human being. I can tell you for one, that all of us participating in this journey are awed by the application and the meaning of the quest.
“Eternal truth needs a human language that alters with the spirit of the times.” – C.G. Jung