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Quantum entanglement is one of the greatest discoveries of modern day science. With foundations built by Bohr, Schrödinger and Einstein in the early 20th century, to its most recent developments, quantum entanglement has proven to be an effective way of showing that every particle in our universe is connected and that the energy found all around is can be used in energy healing, even over astronomical distances.

So what Exactly is Quantum Entanglement in Modern Science?

Schrodingers Cat with quantum entanglement equations

The modern science of quantum entanglement was proposed by Albert Einstein in the early 20th century, after closely working with and studying the work of Neil Bohr and Edwin Schrödinger.

The theory of Quantum entanglement refers to the connectivity of particles. Two particles, which once occupied shared space, but have since been separated, can still be described as co-dependent. Even over large distances, actions performed on one particle have been found to simultaneously occur on the other, proving Schrödinger’s original theory of the interconnectedness of quantum articles. Albert Einstein even described is at “spooky science at a distance”.

Quantum entanglement means that you can’t describe your joint quantum system in terms of just local descriptions, one for each system

Michael Hall

Theoretical Physicist, Australian Nation University

Quantum entanglement can be tested through the use of photons and light waves. The first experiment, designed by Einstein and his colleagues in 1935, brought up significant issues with entanglement, and he claimed it impossible, due to the physical impossibility of data moving fast than the speed of light between particles. However, over many years, more suggestions have been put forward, most notably “Bell’s Inequality” experiment which is currently the most widely accepted test for proving the existence of entanglement.

Unfortunately, even though experiments have proven quantum entanglement over and over again, modern science is still unable to explain why this phenomenon occurs.

How are Things Connected?

To understand the connection between quantum entanglement and long distance healing, we must first talk about the experiment that started it all.

In the 1960’s Cleve Backster was a polygraph technician, working for the CIA. On a quiet day, his curiosity got the best of him and he performed a series of experiments on a plant that sat in the corner of his office. He connected the galvanometer electrodes of the polygraph to the leaves of the plant, and found that its electrical signals were alive and fluctuating. Amazed, he began to think of ways he could test his new discovery, and thought about harming the plant by burning its leaves. Immediately, the polygraph results began to fluctuate in patterns similar to the feelings of stress in humans. He was astounded by his discovery, and decided to test other objects around his office, such as yogurt bacteria and unfertilised chicken eggs he took from his fridge, which all showed the same results.

Cleve Backster with a plant and polygraph

Image Credit: NY Times

Upon evaluating results, Cleve Backster thought that waves at the bottom end of the electromagnetic spectrum could cause this fluctuation. He placed his objects of study into Faraday cages to block out any unwanted electromagnetic wave signals and repeated the experiment. To his surprise, the results suggested that there was no reduction in signal unlike what you would expect of electromagnetic waves, showing that EM waves are not the cause of this phenomenon.

The most impressive proof of Backster’s findings however came from an experiment he performed with NASA astronaut Brain O’Leary in 1988. Backster collected some saliva cells from O’Leary before he travelled a distance of 350 miles by plane, and connected them to a polygraph, enclosed in a Faraday cage. Backster tracked the polygraph results, and discovered that the cells showed signs of stress at times which correlated with stressful events throughout O’Leary’s journey, such as the rush to the plane, the take off and the landing. This allowed his to come to the conclusion that cells perceive record and act upon ones thoughts, intentions and emotions through a non-localised process.

This phenomenon, later named the Backster Effect, essentially proved the existence of alignment between living things, but we now need to think about how long distance healing is made possible through Backster’s discoveries.

So how does Long Distance Healing relate?

Long distance healing uses the principle of energy healing, but at large distances. Energy healing includes practices that focus on the energy in and around the body, and focusing energy in certain points for mental and general wellbeing.

The Backster effect shows us that every feeling, emotion, intention or idea that comes from our bodies can be transformed into energy, and can be used experimentally to demonstrate what any actions performed on one particle will create an exact effect on the other.

Using the principle of the conservation of energy, the data that our energy carries cannot be destroyed, but can be transferred from one particle to another. Connecting this to the Backster Effect is relatively straightforward. If our energy carries data, and certain particles mirror each other’s actions, could we use this to heal people, animals and plants, even if they’re not in close proximity?

To explain this, think of two particles that mirror each other exactly. If we send high frequency waves, which correlate to feelings of love, joy and contentment, toward particle A, the same feelings would be experienced by particle B, no matter the distance between them. Then, if we were to send low frequency waves, which show stress, grief or sadness, the feelings would again be reflected in the connected particle B.

Artists representation of two connected quantum particles

Light Carries Instruction

Binary code emitted from light

Modern science has proven that we can code light to carry instructions. Using the concept of long distance healing through quantum entanglement, we can experiment on this.

In terms of healing, this can be experimentally shown through sending coded light with instructions to build or decompose structures in the person/animal/plant of study. For example, again using ideas of quantum entanglement,  if we code nutrient building instructions into a light source, and shine that beam through particle A, the effects of the coded instructions will be replicated in the body of particle B, using the materials already in the body, along with the instructions transferred to build the same nutrients.

 

In conclusion, the modern science of quantum entanglement can be used to explain and understand the idea of long distance healing. Through theories and experiments, we are able to connect quantum entanglement to the ability of healing through sending frequency waves, and even through to using light to build minerals and nutrients that a person may need.

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