What is an “Aerostructure” (and why it matters to you)

Aerogel

What is an “aerostructure” and why should you care?

Let me explain.
(And I am not referring here to aircraft frames!)

Aerostructures, as I think of them, are physical objects, energy processes, and vibrational systems that act as a bridge between the invisible quantum reality we can’t see and the physical reality that we perceive with our senses. It’s an interface, a transitional space, that allows energy to be “stepped down” in frequency from a lighter density to a heavier one: from energy to matter, for example. So it’s a physical or vibrational pattern that allows energy and matter to change frequencies.

(Bare with me here, I promise this will make sense.)

Aerostructures exist in both physical and energetic forms. As physical objects, they often have an increasingly fine or detailed pattern at their boundaries so that they interface with their environments in a very graphically complex way.

Common examples of this include clouds, trees and various types of plants, our own bronchial systems, rivers and tributaries, and many other types of natural objects and anything else than can be described as a fractal mathematically. There boundaries become so fine at the edges that they almost disappears. There is a blurry interface between where the structure is and where it isn’t.

Energetically, aerostructures also exist as temporal or spatial patterns in music, dance, organized and synchronized sports.

I’m including a picture of a so-called “Aerogel” here because it is a good analogy. An aerogel is a gel-like substance that has had all of the liquid removed so only an amorphous latticework is leftover. It the one of the least dense solid substances known to science yet very strong.

In the same way, many “paranormal” phenomena seem more like vibrations than a physical objects or substances and thus also seem to be “barely there.” They are at the edge of our conscious perception because they are so amorphous, like an aerogel. Yet they can affect physical objects like a Chi Kung master projecting energy from his hands and knocking someone over, or healing them, without making physical contact.

While objects like trees, clouds, the human cardiovascular system and other similar “fractal” objects have increasingly fine, fractal boundaries, the significance of aerostructures is that they include both these type of physical objects AND subtle energetic processes. An example of this would be music and other ephemeral, transient processes which seem to be there one moment and gone the next. When music or other coherent sounds are playing, they can create physical changes in the environment, as shown in the field of cymatics (where sounds create uniform, coherent shapes in sand on a metal plate or other mediums).

Music can also create temporary emotional and physiological changes in humans. The corresponding brain states can be observed and measured by sensitive equipment. Yet, when the music stops, the excitement fades.

Other examples of aerostructures include the phenomena of channeling whereby a person allows the energy, information, and personality of another entity to pass through their body temporarily. Some well-known examples are Jane Robert’s channeling of an entity calling itself “Seth,” Ester Hick’s “Abraham,” and Daryl Anka’s  “Bashar.” (Interestingly, the entity Bashar has also been channeled by other people notably two women in Japan in their native tongue.)  While the channeling is happening it can seem completely real, convincing, and sincere. And then when it stops, it’s like the whole personality construct has simply vanished and the more ordinary personality of the human channeller takes over again.  Was it there or not? Where did the personality structure go?

So in this case, what we’re talking about is a system where the vibrations are dense enough at one moment to seem real to our senses, and the next moment they are too dispersed to be detectable to our conscious mind. We’re talking about a process of energetic densification accomplished by a human, perhaps without their even knowing how they did it. (I’ve asked a person who could project electricity from his hands how he did it and all he could say is that it took lots of practice. So he didn’t really know how it worked either.)

What do these things look like: it could be any physical or energetic pattern, shape, or design that acts in a crystalline fashion to transform energy in some way. Crop circles certainly come to mind.

So why does any of this matter?

Because aerostructures can be exceedingly valuable to you if you know how to create and use them.  I’m convinced that if you want to tap more deeply into your intelligence, creativity, and spontaneous right-brain intuitive skills you need to activate these energetic mechanisms.

They allow you to “fine-tune” your reality by adjusting the frequencies between your imagination and physical reality. It’s just that the laws by which they work are different from our more common mechanistic technologies. I just started a new training program that teaches you about this so click on the follow link to view the webinar. Click here to view the Extended Intelligence webinar

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