The Astral Body and the Neural WiFi System


21 November 2023

Wi-Fi for neurons: first map of wireless nerve signals unveiled in worms

Studies find a densely connected network of neurons that communicate over long distances, rather than across synapses.

In an article published about one and a half months ago in the journal Nature, for the first time, a reference has been made to a Wi-Fi nervous system, which has been discussed for several decades in both theoretical and practical lessons of Faradarmani, a subset of the school of Erfan Keyhani Halgheh. Known as the “Secondary Nervous System, or Neural Bluetooth System, or Neural Wi-Fi System, etc.,” in the school of Erfan Keyhani Halgheh, this concept was introduced to esteemed researchers in the first phase, utilized experimentally, and then explored in various theoretical and practical ways, including “T-Consciousness charging, T-Consciousness transfer, etc.” It is important to note that apart from the aforementioned aspects, T-Consciousness transfer also involves the transmission of mutations from one species to others during pandemics, for instance, from mutated viruses in one region to other parts of the Earth, which has been frequently discussed and extensively mentioned in announcements. The research presented in the scientific journal Nature is a validation of the second part of T-Consciousness transfer and the Wi-Fi nervous system, dedicated to scientists and researchers worldwide (for informational purposes only).

Providing a reference from the book “Human from Another Outlook” on this matter, explaining the Astral Body under the title of “Secondary Nervous System, or Neural Wi-Fi and Wireless, or Neural Bluetooth System, etc.”:

Astral Body

Astral Body

The Astral Body is in charge of the following functions.

–         Directing the Anatomical Growth

–         Directing the Messages of the Nervous System

Anatomical Growth is the manner in which the cells are formed and arranged so as the result, the growth from the embryonic stage toward the completed stage is governed, and also is followed by reconstruction and repair after birth.

Astral body also serves as a Secondary Nervous System. It is like sending a package to a place by post and simultaneously informing the receiver by phone or wireless that a parcel is on the way, therefore the receiver will then know about the package and what it contains. The messages of the nervous system from the brain to particular cells or tissues, is conveyed through both physical nervous pathways and the Astral body.

Consistency of movements (e.g. limbs) is due to the speed of feedback reactions of different parts of the Physical body, in response to the orders issued by Astral body. The physical body’s quick response, in martial arts for example, is as the result of the enhancement of the Astral body via especial exercises, thus they make use of this even with no knowledge on Astral body. A time lapse of 0.3 seconds is required for decision- making and then taking action, after seeing an event. On the other hand in martial arts and self-defence exercises, some movements are performed in a much shorter time. In Japanese fencing, for example, the interval between attack and defence is extremely short and without any thinking. The emphasis of coach instructions in martial arts is acting based on sensing and without thinking.

Thinking in fact has no place in martial arts and the trainee exercises in a way that his body parts themselves display the appropriate reactions against the attacks, indeed, he learns to react simultaneously to attacks without thinking.

It is noteworthy that in Japanese fencing, some hundredth of a second mean life or death. There is no chance for thinking and deciding in such a short time. Do body parts have a brain of their own to react simultaneously to attacks? The answer to this question, from Faradarmani point of view, is that the Secondary Nervous System without the necessity of Primary (Physical) nervous system can almost instantly request the needed response from the body parts.

Some might assume that the Automation division of Subconscious (detailed description on page 225), which controls some automated actions like typing and driving, is in charge of this phenomenon. However, it must be noted that this automated system only accomplishes and controls certain well-defined movements of a limited range, whereas in fencing, for example, movements are by no means limited and one might be hit from all different directions, which is not at all predicted. In contrast, in activities like typing, all movements are predefined for the software of Subconscious Automated System and are therefore predictable.

Another phenomenon related to the Astral body is when individual experiences senses such as pain and tickling in a limb or an organ that is not physically part of the body any more (a body part is cut off). In medical terms, this phenomenon is called “Phantom Pain”, and it may be justified through different theories24 that the patient is under illusion and believes the part still attached.

Sense awareness and control of the surroundings is achieved in martial arts by continuous extensive practice on Astral body, to such extent that some practitioners can detect the slightest movements around them with closed eyes and react properly. The Secondary Nervous System is responsible for the body movement’s feedbacks, without which all man’s actions and speeches would be performed in a broken manner like robots.

Mohammad Ali Taheri
The founder of the School of Erfan Keyhani Halgheh, the Cosmointel Research Center and the Scientific Journal of Cosmointel

Toronto: 7 January 2024




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