Wednesday, July 29, 2015

scientific validation for what seems to be a quirky idea

This is some of the most important and exiting research we have read in many years. We packaged this profound science in what we think will be a more whimsical and appealing format. We hope you find the humor of a fictional Psychedelic Carp more palatable than the academic tone of an Archaeoastronomy Researcher from The Los Alamos National Laboratory and IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society. Please be reminded that the science behind Ask HUXLEY is challenging, but well worth the effort.

In short, there is a plethora of scientific validation for what seems to be a quirky idea.

Sam and Bunny

This whole concept is absolutely brilliant!!  The more I researched it the more impressed I was with what we had stumbled across.  People from Columbia University and other prestigious scientific institutions have contributed to the science.

Please review the entire site. The science is really impressive but I fear most people won’t get it.  It also seems to be related to Maslow’s peak experiences.

Pareidolia (psychological phenomenon): involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Psychological phenomenon related to the Rorschach test.

Apophenia (psychological phenomenon): that describe the experience of seeing patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. The term was coined by Klaus Conrad 

Hierophany (psychological phenomenon): the perception of a manifestation of the sacred.

PAH Triad (psychological phenomenona): Pareidolia-Apophenia-Hierophany working simultaneously, is changeable among diverse individuals. The PAH triad is part of the unconscious mechanisms inherent to every human being, present in the primary stages of the early development of the human conscience.

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