He has an Honours degree in Physics and Maths from Imperial College, London University. He has written various books including Managing Systems Development (published by John Wiley) which became standard curricula at universities worldwide. Jeffrey has also published his well-acclaimed groundbreaking book Consciousness, Intent and the Structure of the Universe. He has recently retired as Chairman and Managing Director of a national company, allowing him to concentrate on his scientific research. He is an active member of the UK Dowsing Research Group (DRG).
Psi-Lines, Chaos, Spirals, Magnetism, and Entanglement
Jeffrey Stuart Keen
This paper develops existing knowledge regarding psi-lines. The minimum size width and length that a psi-line can attain has been re-examined. This has led to a connection to the well established Megalithic Yard and to Feigenbaum’s Constant (δ), which leads to chaos theory and the ability of the mind to interact with space-time and the laws of physics. Two different types of spiral that terminate psi-lines have been quantified. For example, each has a different orientated entry point, and they have different properties. They are shown to be 3-dimensional helical coaxial bicones with one apex angle involving the Golden Ratio (φ), and the other sine 1/3; both universal angles. The mathematics of the different types of spirals has been explored. In the course of this research new discoveries have been made regarding the effect on psi-lines of the earth’s gravity, spin, and magnetism. In particular, magnetism has an important effect both on the brain and on the entry point of terminal psi-line spirals. The latter has led to a convincing example of remote macro entanglement.