Bruce Duensing's Blog, “Intangible Materiality” is always a great read, Bruce made a Blog post recently called, “Language, Thought and Quantum Fields” (Wednesday, February 13, 2008) Below are just a couple of excerpts which I thought particularly profound in their implications, but please visit Bruce's Blog for the rest of this extremely insightful post.
Language, Thought and Quantum Fields
In a quantum situation where the observer and the observed interact to create a third or interpolated reality, perhaps "thought objects" biases the uncertainty principle by archetype, or if you will the conceptualization made manifest by the container it is refracting within which in turn organizes this potential materiality into a shape constrained by the limitations of "thought objects." If we layer cultural stereotypes within this process of individuation, perhaps this is why we see shape shifters among Native Americans, fairy folk among the Celts, abductions in the U.S, goat suckers in South America ... none of which apparently cross this line of cultural demarcation or the shifting of aerial anomalies from airships to saucers to triangular winged craft within a seemingly inexhaustible variety of types from boxes to cylinders to pyramids, cones and so forth? Then we have the ghost ships which ply the water.
A Quantum Field of Materialization
If this is so and we consider the myriad shapes, entities and nonsensical events in a variety of settings, and we say to ourselves, alright..if there is one a priori factor behind what is being visualized and to an extent made manifest in "physical evidence" in direct proportion to our reinforcement of our own conceptualizations en mass, then we must consider that our awareness by perception may be influenced to a lesser or greater extent by an unknown field of energetic quantum force.In this sense perhaps, impressions upon the organic landscape may be a result of psychokinesis, rather than a force of weight or shape.
Perhaps this is a causation of delimited phenomenon only made a recognizable locus of our attention by observation that we mold and attenuate by the default "thought forms" or containers we provide for it. Malleable manifestations are a key characteristic which may be differentiated by a projection of interpretation which in turn gives rise to form. Also when one considers a state of potential and then reads the accounts of objects and entities that manifest either as phantasms or appear only to vanish, we can perhaps speculate that this interim state they inhabit is a potential quantum state that is both "here" and "not here". We may also consider the well established filtering mechanisms of the human mind, the orientation of body image enmeshed in the duality of here\not here, our abstracted thoughts locked in associations and identifications ....all of which may establish a defacto barrier, a protective membrane of isolation toward these states.. inoculated by the artifice of persona.
Conversely, if we examine both The Egyptian and Tibetan Books of The Dead, we encounter this same phenomenon of thought forms albeit in a extra dimensional state wherein the observer interacts with the manifestation of phenomenon which arises from oneself and interacts as an exteriorised agent as well simultaneously shifting it's form in relation to the state and station of the observer...all of this occurs when the interactive digestive organ of personality is disassociated from the context of it's position between external stimulus and the internal reactive behaviors of thought. Thought then becomes a non local locus of manifestation which may indicate a link between the non locality of these phantasms and ourselves as two sides of the same coin.
To read the rest of this Blog post by Bruce Duensing, then please visit his Blog, “Intangible Materiality”.