Quantum Consciousness

Quantum Consciousness – A Trap for the Unwary

Theoretical physicists are making continuous efforts to bridge the apparent gap between mind and matter. The Jesuit-trained French philosopher, Descartes, claimed the gap was unbridgeable and Western science has followed his lead for too long. Eastern science says there is no such gap, and has said so for thousands of years. Now, physicists like Fritjof Capra in his book “The Tao Of Physics”, are turning to the writings of Eastern philosophers to prove that Western physics has bridged the gap without knowing it! One such physicist, Fred Alan Wolf, outlines his effort in a brief article in the September 1985 issue of “Omni” magazine, “Quan­tum Consciousness”; but instead of following the lead of his teachers—East and West—and accepting the principle that mind precedes and controls matter, he reasons that matter controls mind, and the emotions.

In enunciating the Law of Indeterminacy years ago, the Ger­man physicist, Heisenberg, acknowledged the supremacy of mind over matter. He told his students of the 1930s that the experimenter is a part of the experiment, that his attention on it will affect the outcome. This resulted in a wave of scepticism in the scientific world then, but the recognized wave-particle duality of quantum physics confirms the German’s inspired observation.

Wolf poses the question: “When does an atomic object behave like a wave and when does it behave like a particle? According to many quantum physicists the answer depends on whether the object is observed. Unobserved the object appears to be spread out over space as a wave, but the instant it is observed the wave collapses to a point and behaves like a particle. The action of a simple observation ’causes’ a wave to collapse, producing a par­ticle. But what kind of action is a simple observation? Nobel laureates Eugene Wigner and Brian Josephson and many other physicists, including myself, believe that it may be a fundamental event beyond physics. We view it as an act of consciousness.”

But then he goes on to claim that the action of consciousness is controlled by the particle behavior of electrons in the brain “orchestrating the behavior of individual nerve cells as they relay their chemical messages to one another. Iargue that the wave-particle duality action of electrons, for example, could give rise to feelings of loneliness, of ego and hatred.” I argue, as a student of metaphysics, that waves of loneliness, of ego and hatred give rise to chemical changes in the molecules of the body. “Similarly,” writes Wolf, “love and feelings of compassion may be created by photons, particle-wave units of light.” It seems to me that it would be just as proper to say that feelings of compassion are waves of energy from the emotional or Astral world—what physicists call the virtual state- creating photons or particles in the physical, the actual state.


“Love and hate, success and failure, violence and peace could be but manifestations of energy, of forces and atomic objects flowing through our bodies, brains and minds as particles and waves. What we call the brain,” writes Wolf, “is the particlelike behavior of our observations. What we call mind is the wavelike behavior of atomic objects, invisible and unobserved. Mind is then the outgrowth of the basic laws of quantum physics together with the actions of the observer, which I believe are the acts of conscious­ness.”

Fred Alan Wolf claims to have studied the Cabala with an internationally acknowledged expert, Carlos Suares. This is while Wolf was an associate professor of physics at the University of Paris. If Suares taught him that mind is an outgrowth of matter I am surprised, and disappointed; for that philosophy is characteristic of the Left Hand Path. It is quite the opposite of another internation­ally acknowledged expert, Professor Whitehead, who held the chair for Mathematics at Cambridge. His cosmology assumed that physical events were the result of mental events, with mind, not matter, as the basis of life. John Wilcox in his excellent book “Radionics In Theory and Practice” (Herbert Jenkins, London, 1960) compares Whitehead’s positive philosophy with that of the late lamented founder of Scientology, a prize pupil of that famous or infamous Cabalist of the Left-Hand Path, Aleister Crowley.

“Conversely,” writes Wilcox, “Mr. L. Ron Hubbard, an Ameri­can nuclear physicist, subsequently turned his attention to psychol­ogy in the belief that mental events partake of the same fundamental characteristics as physical events. Under the name, first, of Dianetics and subsequently Scientology, Hubbard evolved a technique of psychotherapy based on the methodology of mathematics and atomic physics with which some remarkable results are said to have been obtained.”

One of the remarkable results was that Hubbard obtained a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars from thousands of devotees all over the civilized world, using scurrilous business practices which made him persona non grata in many American states and in foreign countries such as England and Australia. This is one of the major reasons he made himself inaccessible to process servers by living on a yacht in the Mediterranean for years, then returning incognito back into the United States after his lieutenants had surreptitiously purchased the old Gen. Harrison hotel in Clearwater, Florida.

We can see here the results of particle-like behavior at work as described by physicist Wolf in the Omni article: “In the quantum world, electrons suffer a paradoxical life. Because of their particle behavior and their electrical repulsion, no two electrons can ever occupy the same space. They are doomed to solitude. In their wave-like guise, however, electrons are forever seeking their opposite par­ticle, the positron, even though such a meeting would result in their destruction. The electron’s electrical charge is a cry for the return to the void. It hopes and fears to attract its opposite, its antimatter partner, the positron, in a dance of death.”

Four Worlds of the Cabalist


To the Cabalist on the Right-Hand Path of love and service, the “return to the Void” is a return to the Father’s House, “O* zero is Infinity: Infinite Power, Infinite Wisdom, Infinite Love. To the Black Magician who says, “Evil, be Thou my Good”, the Void is the end, total destruc­tion because of the depen­dence on the self-limiting cycles of matter—and the inorganic beings who re­side in it, in some cases refuse from an earlier cycle, in Theosophical terms the Moon Chain, whose physical planet was Maldek. It was blown up by Evil Forces in an all-out atomic war about 700,000 years ago. Rumors of the sud­den demise of the Apostle of Quantum Conscious­ness, Ron Hubbard, were rife in Southern California long before I left it in Sep­tember 1985. In fact his oldest son went to court to get control of his father’s estate, but lost the fight to the Los Angeles leaders of Scientology, who pro­duced evidence that con­vinced the court that Ron Hubbard was still alive— though they could not pro­duce Hubbard! Now they say he is dead, of a stroke, at his California ranch, ac­cording to an Associated Press dispatch of Jan. 28, 1986, and that “Mr. Hubbard left most of his estate to Scientology”. Two other facts are known for sure. His surviving wife, Mary Sue Hubbard, is in jail for committing crimes in his name against the U.S. Government and his younger son died of mysterious causes in a Las Vegas hospital. He was found unconscious in his car, without identification, on the Nevada desert, apparently on his way to visit his older brother who was living at that time in the gambling capital. Police finally traced the ownership of the car to Clearwater, Florida and Scientology, but the staff there at first denied any knowledge of the young man who passed on, alone, and for no discernible medical cause.

Fred Alan Wolf concludes his thoughtful article with this observation: “Understanding how the brain/mind works may lie within the whole range and arsenal of the mathematical language of quantum physics. The probability equations and the behavior of atomic objects may depend on the wave-into-particle actions of consciousness. Without such actions the world and all of its participants would remain wispy, ghostlike quantum waves, and there would be nothing material at all.”

Conspicuous by its ab­sence from Wolfs article is reference to moral and ethi­cal considerations in the use of Quantum Consciousness. My teachers in the Western Mystery Tradition say that consciousness of morals and ethics rides on the “wispy and ghostlike* waveswhich descend from the topmost of the Four Worlds of the Cabalist, Atziluth, as shown in the accompanying chart These waves tend to en­courage people to treat other living beings with con­sideration and respect. As I understand it, the message from the Void is that this is a moral universe, that we are responsible for the re­sults of our every action This point of view was con­spicuously lacking in the teachings of Aleister Crowley and in the philo­sophy of Descartes.


In his illuminating book on “Holistic Health*, pub­lished by Holt, Rhinestone and Winston, New York, 1982, and by Turnstone Press, England, 1984, Lawrence LeShan gives an interesting example of the consciousness direction problem:

“Some years ago, I instituted a program in a hospital with many long-term patients. An hour after each patient was admitted, a volunteer wheeled into the patient’s room a cart containing a hundred good-sized reproductions of famous paintings. The reproductions were professionally mounted on light beaverboard and the patient was invited to make a selection and decorate his or her room. The volunteer returned once a week to ask the patient if he or she wanted to exchange the prints for others. The program cost the hospital nothing, except for the time of one volunteer. (The paintings were donated by an art company to which I had explained the purpose.) The program was instituted against the strong opposition of most of the staff. The only objection verbalized was that the program ‘would cause confusion’. The unspoken objection was that it gave the patients a sense of individuality, ofbeingpersons with a disease, rather than being a disease with a person somehow attached to it, and that it treated patients as adults. The patient response to the program was very strong and positive and the program continued very successfully for the next two years. Within three months of my leaving the hospital for another job, the program was discontinued.” Another unspoken objection by the staff to LeShan’s program was, no doubt, that he had no degrees after his name, and cured patients leave empty beds.

Beyond that are the deeper implications of Quantum Con­sciousness. Wispy ghostlike waves from hell, or matter within the earth reinforce the hospital staffs “basic attitude that the patient is no longer an individual human being worthy of respect*. This is power without love, reducing the healing art to a scientific, mechani­cal production for money. As the pollution of the air, the water, the earth, and the electromagnetic pollution of the atmosphere in­crease, we can see the goal of the Secret Few who run the Western world at a profit, to keep the majority of the people in a depressed, depleted physical state, more amenable to their soul-destroying philosophy from the underworld. But as they accelerate the decline of Western civilization for their own evil ends, the Secret Few serve the forward-moving, evolutionary plan of the Logos whether they know it or not. Theoretical physicists like Fred Alan Wolf aren’t the only ones who know that whatever is bom at the physical level must die, sooner or later. But philosopher scientists view life from the indestructible mental level. They know that the death throes of an old civilization are the birthpangs of anew one. Life goes on. Forms made of atoms do not — though the atoms themselves may be as old as the Solar System.


The irresistible march of life through the forms of the Solar System is aptly illustrated by Besant and Leadbeater in “Man, Whence, How and Whither*. Central to that marchis the Judgment Day which comes to each globe or planetary schoolroom midway through its active cycle. About 40% of the life wave of a globe or planet will fail. These laggards fall back and take the work over again. Many of them look down instead of up and tie their consciousness to matter. This is evil if it is done deliberately. Let’s call it planetary evil. This anti-evolutionary attitude opens them to guidance by Cosmic Evil serving the Destroyer aspect of creation Orion the Hunter, mentioned in the Bible, is one such source. Another is a sun in the Great Bear Constellation, reputed to be Dubhe.

If quantum consciousness is allowed to run unchecked on a planet, it can result in the total destruction of the planetary schoolroom. This happened to Globe D of the Moon Chain shown in Diagram II of the Besant/Leadbeater opus. In some of the early teachings it is called Maldek, the remains of which are the asteroids orbiting between Mars and Jupiter except for the largest remnant, Luna “surviving as our Moon,” according to Leadbeater, “but the Moon is only what is left of it… a globe much diminished in size, on its way to a total wreck – a corpse, in fact”.

In following the distribution of the “sheep and the goats” after the Judgment Day on Maldek, it is apparent that the failures were dumped here on Globe D of our chain, the Earth. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that with our Judgment Day fast approaching, we face the same kind of planet-destroying crisis with our nuclear arsenals, created by reincarnated atomic scientists faced with the same choice again. Let us hope that the Will to Goodwill prevail and that the majority of them will look up to Spirit rather than down to Matter.



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