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What’s So Quantum About PATHS?

PATHS is a superhero modality to some and a mystery to others. It has been rising as a shining star over the last couple of years in the field of subconscious mind-empowering technologies. Yet, the company that makes PATHS available keeps the primary operating principle proprietary because it is so powerful. It operates on quantum principles, which several of them have been scientifically proven over and over by various leading universities and organizations around the world.

In 1979, the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) program at Princeton University was setup to determine if human consciousness can externally affect the physical world. In 2007, PEAR was closed because they accomplished what they set out to do.

Here is a quote from their own press release announcing the closing of the lab, [1] “Jahn and his colleague, Brenda Dunne, a developmental psychologist from the University of Chicago who has served throughout as PEAR's laboratory manager, together with other members of their interdisciplinary research staff, have focused on two major areas of study: anomalous human/machine interactions,[2] which addresses the effects of consciousness on random physical systems and processes; and remote perception,[3] wherein people attempt to acquire information about distant locations and events. The enormous databases produced by PEAR provide clear evidence that human thought and emotion can produce measurable influences on physical reality.”

The most popular demonstration of mind over machine is the fact that the intention of the human mind is all that is needed to influence the output of a random number or event generator. Random number generators are not truly random and display patterns if observed long enough so random event generators are more preferable to give random output.

A Random Event Generator (REG)[4] is a piece of hardware connected to a computer that generates white noise. If you turn the television to a station that is off the air and it has the black and white “snow” on the screen with hissing static, that is a form of white noise. This white noise is converted into 0’s and 1’s. The string of 0’s and 1’s that is output from this REG will be approximately half 0’s and half 1’s. This is the predicted probable output. The same thing applies if you flip a coin 100 times. You will see that heads and tails come out about the same amount of times.

On smaller samples of flipping coins 10 times, you may get 7 heads and 3 tails. This deviates from the most probable output of half and half. The larger the sample, the more closely the output follows the predicted 50/50 outcome. If the coin was flipped a million times, it would be closer to 50/50 than that of a very small sample.

Imagine a group of people watching a computer screen with a graphical display showing the output of the REG. If one hundred people are watching this and they all intend for only heads to be flipped, which could be either a 0 or 1, the output of the generator will start to produce more heads than tails, deviating statistically away from the predicted 50/50 outcome. This is a startling and profound truth that has been demonstrated for three decades. So the answer is most definitely yes, the human mind can influence the physical world and can be measured with REG’s.

Although this effect has been proven to really happen, the science behind answering why this happens is still not very solid. Here is another quote from the PEAR press release, “There are still many important questions to be addressed that will require a coordinated interdisciplinary approach to the topic, but it is time for the next generation of scholars to take over.”

So if the human mind has been scientifically proven to be able to influence a piece of computer hardware at a distance, it might be a logical deduction to ask if a piece of computer hardware is able to have an effect on the human mind also at a distance. Considering the fact that people are not physically wired to the computer hardware in these experiments, it is all considered to be at a distance. It is interesting to note that physical distance does not change the effect. A person or group of people can be one foot from a machine or five thousand miles from the machine and the machine can just as easily be affected.

One of the most popular technologies that utilize the concept of quantum healing at a distance is the QXCI[5] machine (Quantum Xrroid Consciousness Interface). It is a hardware and software combination that records a person’s personal data such as name, birth date, birthplace and other information. The QXCI’s hardware runs through a process that receives information on the person through subspace, which is the subtle quantum medium where information in the entire collective unconscious is stored. The QXCI’s developer uses the term subspace but I prefer to use the term Aether to describe this quantum medium. I recently released The Quantum Key[6] to educate the average person on what Aether is and how the potentials are tapped from this virtual world into the physical world.

This is the diagnostic part of the QXCI machine. It is made possible because all information about everything in time and space from the past, present and future reside in the collective unconscious mind. There have been many names to describe this super recording system such as The Matrix, Akashic Records, Book of Life, Super Mind, Infinite Intelligence, and so on.

Every person and every single possible piece of information about them is in the collective. The hardware of the QXCI has its REG influenced by the information in the collective corresponding to the person being scanned so to speak. Based on how the REG output is read, each piece of data is compared to a database.

For example, if information about the liver is being received, depending on the output reading, different readings will have different interpretations assigned to them. The data is matched to the interpretation so that the person’s liver condition can be known. This can be done by being physically connected to the machine or it can be done with absolutely no connection and from anywhere in the world.

To reverse the process for treatment by these same quantum means, any appropriate treatment for the person’s liver, if needed, is sent backwards towards the hardware and is broken down and disordered into smaller pieces of data and is sent back into the Aether. With the QXCI, this is done by frequencies where each piece of treatment data, etc… is assigned a specific frequency or Hz, which is how many times per second something turns off and on.

The person’s subconscious mind has infinite connection to the entire collective. Their subconscious mind locks onto the information that is intended for them since their own personal identifiers are attached to it. The subconscious mind receives this information or treatment and the body follows suit by acting on the information that the subconscious mind is occupied with. Out of necessity, I developed a model of Synchronicity[7] that gives a simple visual analogy of the conscious mind, subconscious mind and collective unconscious connection to each other, which I would recommend reading to further expand your understanding of this concept.

There are other variations of this technology that utilize the same fundamental concept with different twists to the method, but they are all rooted in the scientifically proven fact that the human mind and its intentions can influence random event generators at a distance and also because the process can be reversed and information sent out through hardware can be received and acted upon by the subconscious mind. Unfortunately, these machines cost many thousands of dollars and only one person at a time can be treated.

PATHS[8], utilizing Rapid Data Transfer (RDT)[9], is the most advanced form of these quantum subconscious mind technologies currently available anywhere in the world. And even better, it is available to anyone who has access to the Internet.

PATHS is not a diagnostic tool but rather, it is a tool that enables the subconscious mind to receive and process millions of pieces of information in a very short period of time. To be exact, it takes the user three minutes per week per topic to realize the results.

It is very common these days for people to use soundtracks that bring the brainwaves into certain frequencies while low volume affirmations are repeated in the background, usually barely comprehendible to the person listening. The idea is that when the mind is exposed to repeated affirmations, the person will eventually start to actualize the desired habits, patterns, beliefs, or other benefits. The benefits might include increased memory recall, better sleep, weight loss, more confidence, or a myriad of other topics. These soundtracks usually take thirty minutes a day and the user needs to use them for a couple of months for the effects to start being noticeable. This is a fifteen-hour per month time commitment.

There are many other ways that we can utilize to attempt to replace negative subconscious programming with positive and creative habits and they all have their own benefits and limitations. This could be NLP, hypnosis, prayer, reading affirmations or other modalities.

Aaron Murakami

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