Bill and Betty were
an atom family
until they were split
(otherwise known as Bill and Betty).
Betty didn't want to
stay married to a split particle,
so she ran away,
past our concepts of time,
into the Future
"The Fickle Finger of
to experiment on Bill
- changing his form and parameters.
Betty had no contact with Bill what-so-ever,
yet she knew what
has/is/will occur to Bill,
and she completely changed her form
the correct opposite stance
of her former
(and obviously somehow
Betty and Bill
they had both
changed to match
each other with mirror
In the above experiment, atoms responded to the focused thoughts of
the experimenter, and responded in the most compatible way they
could - even converting themselves to the experimenters desires
when they were no longer within our limited physical arena.
A major lesson
taught by this series of experiments is that all experiments
are influenced by the experimenter at the most profound and
The vast importance of this discovery, for
the average human being, is that we are all, individually and
collectively, incredibly powerful. That power makes it relatively easy
for all of us, all humans, to become as great and as
wonderful, or as deprived and miserable, as we consistently
imagine ourselves to be.
Acceptance and understanding of this basic
truth gives us a tremendous advantage. Now that we know we
choose own destinies, or experimental outcomes, we also know how
to create our desired outcome or destiny.
To succeed, at
whatever we wish to succeed at, is a matter of mapping out the path
we will take to our destination, while developing, communicating with, and being guided
by our own increased brain power (or Higher
Consciousness). We are all experimenting with our own
destinies. We are all in control of the final outcome.
and Betty Atom""What
an entertaining way to describe such an important concept.I loved the "fickle finger of fate".Well done!"
love the drawings, especially the fickle finger - I feel like