ITZHAK BENTOV STALKING THE WILD PENDULUM PDF

Stalking. The Wild. Pendulum. On the Mechanics of Consciousness. ITZHAK BENTOV. BOOKS. Destiny Books. Rochester, Vermont. In his exciting and original view of the universe, Itzhak Bentov has provided a new perspective on human consciousness and its limitless possibilities. Widely. Itzhak “Ben” Bentov (also Ben-Tov) (Hebrew: יצחק בנטוב ) (August 9, – May 25, ) was In his book, Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, he wrote that “consciousness permeates everything.”.

Author: Kigarg Arashitilar
Country: Rwanda
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Automotive
Published (Last): 27 June 2006
Pages: 216
PDF File Size: 7.36 Mb
ePub File Size: 1.9 Mb
ISBN: 604-3-77009-572-9
Downloads: 71665
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Zutaur

If you’re stuck in a browser frame – click here to view this same page in Quantonics! Too, if what Bentov says below were true then why do we, at a playground, not feel unlimited-ac de celeration G ‘forces’ during our swing’s extrema? Classical ‘science’s’ great deign to feign: On 19Oct one of you wrote and asked, ” If you are a student, and if you have read and understand this page’s content, it is easy to answer: Simply, pendular motion measures motion of system in which pendulum ‘exists.

Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness by Itzhak Bentov

Doug – 22OctAdd measures linkadd quantum assessment link under blue age code – 6 ,22 Mar – Doug. See a Brazilian web page which shows a picture of Itzhak Bentov and links back to here. Since our most recent July, through April, trip to Oregon, experiential pendula have played a rather large role in our lives.

We have experienced significant serendipities where pendula are involved. We take this opportunity to share one experience with you which is relevant to teh work in Quantonics. Couple of seasons ago, perhaps a couple of years ago, while we were in Oregon, we visited a used book store somewhere midcoast Oregon. We found some small paperbacks with, to us, fascinating titles.

We are just now finding some margins for reading this little big book. Bentov, much like Doug is self taught, except he similar William James Sidis was kicked out of kindergarten and we managed to suffer through our baccalaureate. Bentov’s, Sidis’, Renselle’s, stalkinh al. Our subjectively negational critical list here, decrying academias’ anti individual social machinations, is too long and inappropriate this web page.

Especially his ‘life ontology’ descriptions near end of his Introduction. Too, Bentov, as we observe him retrospectively via his Stalking The Wild Pendulum text, has some classical predilections of which even he is was unaware.

Itzhak Bentov, Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness – PhilPapers

One of those we wish to pursue here, not to denigrate this great man, but to demonstrate how treacherous classical thingk ing can be and is for its adherents and for our culture’s teachings of our youth. As it approaches its point of rest, it slows down more and more; eventually, it stops and starts moving in the opposite direction.

The laws of classical mechanics tell us that at the point of rest the acceleration of the body is maximum; its potential energy is maximum; its velocity is zero; and the time required for changing the velocity of the pendulum is zero.

If we analyze the events taking place at the zero point from the point of view of quantum mechanics, we get a different picture. Let us view the pendulum bob as a mathematical point, that is, a point that is too small to be measured a dimensionless point and follow its progress as it slows down.

  IDELMINA LOPES DE LIMA PDF

Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness

Clearly, the point will cover a smaller and smaller distance per unit time as it approaches its turning point This partial paragraph illustrates Bentov as a consummate classicist, even when he commences his quantum segue he retains his classical tenor and jargon.

Allow us to take that paragraph, as we highlighted with an orange marker as we originally read these words in Bentov’s book, and mark it up: As it approaches its point of restit slows down more and more; eventually, it stops and starts moving in the opposite direction. The laws of classical mechanics tell us that at the point of rest the acceleration of the body is maximum; its potential energy is maximum; its velocity is zero ; and the time required for changing the velocity of the pendulum is zero.

If we analyze the events taking place at the zero point from the point of view of quantum mechanicswe get a different picture.

Let us view the pendulum bob as a mathematical pointthat is, a point that is too small to be measured a dimensionless point and follow its progress as it slows down. Why did we mark some words, phrases and sentences in bold orange? They are problematic classicisms borne on Classical Thing-king Methods!

Itzhak Bentov

CTMs teach their adherents notions like this list we offer, that reality: Well, our bold orange highlights all tell us that Bentov was using notions similar to ones we list above to do his ‘analysis. Those bullets describe “classically ideal” classical reality.

They are flagrantly incapable of describing quantum reality! Those bullet items claim that classical science can ‘ measure’ quantum flux at a classical point! Take a look at these stallking, links: Imagine any point fuzzon in said hologram.

What makes said hologram ‘clearer,’ ‘simpler? Holograms demonstrate that quantum ‘axiom’ ad oculos. Blue neuron 1 is shown with its stwlking 1 quantum complement. Our symbology here follows that used in bottom left of our fuzzon to fermion ontology graphic. Notice our green dotted central circle. Recall Jeffrey Satinover’s Quantum Brain?

Satinover narrated our above dotted green circle as an neuronal “energy well. To illustrate how our graphic scales, make a copy of it.

Superpose, say 8, on top of 2 by moving copy’s dotted green circle on top of 2. For applied examples of what we are describing here, please see our Bentpv Hamiltonian opus. We will do some of these more complex graphics for you and share them here Thanks to a Julydialogue with DMD re: Bueno issi mo’ Now we understand what mojo really means.

This one shows ‘planar’ grouping of holographic ‘sets’ of 12 stalkig. In a human brain our complex sets would have to represent at least peta quantonics interrelationships, roughly 2 50 and in base 10, 10 15 qubits perhaps many more. That number grows combinatorially since all neurons potentially interrelate all neurons. Learning then is a combination of establishing more and more of those quantonic ithzak and our brain emerscing creatio ex nihilo aperio ; see our fuzzon to fermion ontology link just above more neurons.

This one shows ‘thogonal’ grouping of holographic ‘sets’ of 12 neurons. Our neurons’ interrelationships include vast arrays of ‘kinds’ of quantum interrelationship phenomena. In that list we can include islandic cohera stalkinf, islandic entropasuperpositionentanglement, interference a huge list of kinds of interference here In quantonics we tend to bundle all those phenomena in a few oversimplifications: When you are thinking about movies, you can recall titles and actors-actresses more easily.

  ESSENTIALS OF VLSI CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS K.ESHRAGHIAN PDF

When you are reading about Buddhism, it tends to be more omnifficult to recall, say, movie titles. Those bullets describe a con veniently stopped, con ventionally stoppable, ‘non’ durational reality. Science offers spatial and temporal motion, but with a qualifier that it must be stoppable: But Nature never stops!

If that statement is factual, in general, then does a stoppable, ‘non’ durational scientific con vention describe reality? Classical mechanics, quantum matrix mechanics, quantum wave mechanics, all field theories, and string theory are unreal CTMs of ‘modern’ sciences.

They are all based upon logics which assume stoppability. They are all based upon ratiocinations which assume stoppability. All mathematics which we know about, excepting of course our own quantonics’ hermeneutics and semiotics assume stoppability: Independence Axiom, identity, negation as objective, provisional absence of negation as wils, ratiocination, predication, etc.

Some brave folk have attempted subjective studies of various disciplines, like probability, e. They attempt subjective studies, but they fall back on maths and CTMs which are objectively non quantum- real. They commit self-disabling intellectual acts. It is part of being in SOM’s loop. To make all this a tad simpler, wilr draw our largest anti classical quantum saber: Quantum reality peneulum unstoppable! Take our saber and whack bloody hell out of our first, previous, list of classical bullet bilge!

Classicists have been using SOM’s knife on us since at least Parmenides. Now it’s our turn to cut their Babel into quantal pieces. Relish your power over SOMwits. But classicists used that same blunt force trauma on more quantumesque thinkers they maliciously called them “sophists” with full metal denigration for over two millennia.

Prince Louis de Broglie quantum wave sophism appears one of few who survive unscathed, with an much stalkinf reputation. Bohm to some extent, too. Bentov is looking at a pendulum which is apparently swinging in an ideal, self-linear arc. It covers a classically identical path each swing to and fro. To Bentov, this special pendulum case allows him to say it “stops” at each swing’s extreme. In order to say and believe that Bentov must assume that his pendulum’s reference frame is motionless.

Physicists would say Bentov’s pendulum’s reference frame has “zero momentum. On Earth, his reference frame is moving around Earth’s axis at a maximum of meters per second at Earth’s equator. Too, Earth moves around its solar orbit at about 30 kilometers per second! Like we did drawing our one meter diameter circle in our description of pi as a variable, let’s do something similar with our pendulum.

Put our pendulum on a train moving at say kilometers per hour. Allow it to swing normal to train’s direction of motion. Can you see how classical analytics induced Bentov’s zeroes and infinities? An assumption of stoppability did it! SOMites, students of academia, adherents of CTMs, and classicists, believe that reality is objective and human-sensing of objective reality makes it subjective.

MoQites, students of Quantonics, adepts of QTMs, and quantumists, believe that reality is subjective while apparitionally objective, and believe that we are in It and It is bentpv us.