Guest Post: We Can Unify Our Minds for Positive Change by Gary Starta

I am thrilled to welcome my guest, Sci-Fi writer Gary Starta,with this fascinating post about the source field. Welcome, Gary, and a huge thank you for being my guest.

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If I were to tell you we can unify our minds for positive change, would you accept or dismiss this statement? Conditioned minds might discard this as deception or fiction, concluding it to be a state of consciousness we could never realistically achieve. It may sound like the next campaign slogan or a veiled promise from an alien leader in a science fiction move.

David Wilcox, author of The Source Field Investigations, proposes this is sound science theory. I am quite passionate about the contents of this fascinating book that explores ‘consciousness science’ and an array of topics including DNA transformation, multidimensional time and travel via wormhole. It is the most comprehensive tour of ancient physics and spirituality you might find. I like to think of it as a metaphysical bible or encyclopedia of the paranormal.

When I classify the theories of this book as metaphysics or the paranormal I feel I am cheapening the very idea of the source field. I feel as though these terms convey doubt about the reality of this zone of energy. Yet I am very excited about its likely existence. I write science fiction and many ideas and concepts I introduce in my novels are sometimes based on theory or what some might label fringe science. But in reference to the source field, I feel it is much stronger than a concept or theory. It is the science fiction story that comes true.

So what is the source field? It may be the answer to everything. Wilcox proposes all space, time, energy, matter, biological life and consciousness in the universe is a product of the source field. It runs throughout the universe and emits light via photons. Since its non-electromagnetic it’s been hard to detect.

We can channel the light of the source field via our pineal glands, a small gland situated in the middle of our brains. Unfortunately, because of poor diets and environmental pollution our pineal glands are not running at optimum efficiency. If they were, we would be absorbing all the glorious light the source field has to offer. It would literally change us via our genetic coding in positive ways. Light is absorbed in our DNA and the right light frequencies can be used for healing. Ultraviolet light can carry coding that affects the structure of DNA. If we were at an optimum receiving level, Wilcox believes the source field would appear in our DNA as virtual photons and be stored for usable energy.

Even more amazing, since every living organism stores and releases photons inside its DNA, you could remove the DNA and the photons would keep spiraling in that same area for up to a month. Experiments referenced in the book seem to prove that a pulse of light or wave may contain all the genetic information needed to build an organism. Consequently, our DNA coding is not fixed. It can be altered for benefit. We are not the sum product of our genetic coding. An outside source is a substantial contributing factor to our makeup.

Wilcox cites human evolution is now moving a hundred times faster than at any other moment in recorded history. An outside light source may be responsible. He believes overall happiness levels are on the rise and this is a product of evolution. The Journal of Happiness Studies reported that happiness protects our bodies from becoming sick.

It would seem the ancients already knew all this. Pyramids were built in specific shapes to funnel the energy of the source field. From Machu Picchu in Peru to the Four Corners area of the Hopi in the American Southwest, the evidence of these stone monuments theorizes building placement was intentional to maximize the powerful healing effects of the source field. Another benefit to this alignment is free energy.

The source field could be a means to share a collective mind with others. Dr. Cleve Backster posited the mind is an energetic field. He deduced all living things may share the same mind with us. Plants, animals, bacteria and even eggs are part of this collective. If a plant were to believe harm might come to it there would be a reaction. Backster maintained his plants screamed when a man who mowed lawns for a living came into his lab. If we could synchronize in positive ways, might we all better off? We could make each other feel better. Dr. William Braud discovered a nervous person could be calmed remotely by a person who shared comforting thoughts with them from a distance.

Health benefits are just one positive outcome. Wilcox cites the phenomenon of simultaneous discovery. Scientists may seem to stumble upon a breakthrough idea in multiples. It may come from mind sharing. Wilcox references Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s experiments which maintain we all access a common databank of information when we try to solve a puzzle, for example. It is believed we can solve problems more quickly when a segment of the population has already thought about the very same problem.

Wilcox references Dr. Paul Pearsall’s work with organ transplants. “Thoughts are apparently being stored within individual organs before they appear in the recipient’s mind.”

All these examples seem to suggest that our thoughts and intelligence is not contained within our brains. It is possible, through the source field, that we may act as antennae and receive information from outside our bodies.

A shared mind makes sense to me personally. I’ve always wondered why ancient civilizations separated by oceans all thought to construct pyramids. If you don’t buy into ancient alien theories, maybe the idea of transmitted thought could solve this conundrum.

It’s very interesting to at least consider the theory. Have you ever experienced sharing the same unspoken thought with a friend? Or have you ever wondered how your dog or cat seems to know when you’re about to arrive home?

I suggest picking up a copy of the Source Field Investigations and make up your own mind – if single-minded thought is at all possible.

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Acclaimed Authors, Jenny Twist and Tara Fox Hall, Release New Anthology

This week I am delighted to welcome back again authors Jenny Twist and Tara Fox Hall telling us a little more about their highly successful writing careers. Welcome back to both of you, and thank you, once more, for being my guests.
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Tara Fox Hall and Jenny Twist launched their anthology of speculative fiction, Bedtime Shadows, on the 24th September. The book has already received high praise from other authors and is said to rival the short stories of  M. R. James, Philip K Dick and even Stephen King.

The two writers became friends when they both contributed to the highly acclaimed anthology, Spellbound 2011, issued by Melange Books in October last year.

“I was so proud to be in that anthology,” says Jenny, whose own anthology, Take One At Bedtime, was chosen as Editor’s Pick when it came out in April of the same year. “I thought every single one of the stories in it was interesting and well-written and the authors were all such fun to work with.”

“I was excited to make the jump from short horror stories to longer works,” added Tara, whose flash fiction and short Guest Blogger Tara Fox Hall's image on Amelia Curzon's blog - Curzonstories have appeared on-line at Deadman’s Tome, Flashes in the Dark, Ghastly Door, The Halloween Alliance, Black Petals, SNM Horror Magazine, Dark Eclipse, Cemetery Moon, The Copperfield Review, and Microhorror. “I’d just published my first paranormal romance e-novella, and was anxious to be in a print book. Spellbound 2011 introduced me to some wonderful authors, some of whom have become very good friends.”

The two writers could not have come from more different backgrounds. Jenny was born in England and worked at many different jobs including bacon-packer and escapologist’s assistant before returning to full-time education at the age of 28 and doing 2 history degrees at Manchester and Oxford. Eleven years ago she retired to Spain. “I feel like I’m finally getting on with my real life,” she says. “I always wanted to write and now I’m finally doing it!”

Tara was born in the United States, earned her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a double minor in science at the State University of New York at Binghamton, and is currently an OSHA-certified safety and health inspector at a metal fabrication shop. In addition to speculative fiction, Tara Fox Hall’s writing credits include non-fiction  action-adventure, and contemporary and historical paranormal romance. She is the author of the paranormal action-adventure Lash series and the vampire romantic suspense Promise Me series. “I love that my stories resonate with people,” she says. “That they can lose themselves in my stories means I’ve done my job.”

Bedtime Shadows by Jenny Twist and Tara Fox Hall - Book cover“We chose Bedtime Shadows as the title,” Jenny says, “to reflect my anthology, Take One At Bedtime and Tara’s Just Shadows. We are very proud to have an introduction by the illustrious horror writer, T. Fox Dunham (no relation to Tara) and we have been very lucky to have some excellent authors give us advance reviews.”

The book is a mixture of horror, speculative fiction and romance – stories of ghosts and vampires, future dystopias, travel through different dimensions, a holiday romance that changes everything, and a new twist on an ancient myth.

Here is what other authors have to say about it.

“I recommend this collection without any reservations” – Herbert Grosshans.

“Together these two authors will strap you to your chair and lock your attention to the magic they weave.” – Su Halfwerk

They know how to write stories that entertain and involve their readers. Someday I think we may identify them with authors like Shirley Jackson, Stephen King and HP Lovecraft.” – John Mecom

“This literary progeny of authors Jenny Twist and Tara Fox Hall was a joy to read for a couple of reasons. There’s a nice variety of stories ranging from dramatic to speculative to downright gruesome.” – Mysti Parker

Daily-living captured and stylistically rendered with a ‘twist’ of macabre lurking behind each provocative tale…BEDTIME SHADOWS delivers a punch — watch out for the unexpected.”
~ Douglas Wickard 


The Man With No Face Jenny Twist

All her life Deborah has been haunted by the memory of a couple locked in a deadly embrace. She thinks the woman may be the mother that abandoned her but she cannot see the man’s face. Who is he?

All That Remains – Tara Fox Hall

This thrilling sequel to The Origin of Fear (Spellbound 2011) takes us back to Latham’s Landing. Will Tina and Sandra survive their encounter with the ghosts that inhabit the haunted isle?

The Children of Hope Jenny Twist

It is 1963 and Ginny is unmarried and pregnant. Her parents consign her to one of the infamous Mother and Baby Homes which  are little more than prisons and workhouses. Will she be able to escape before they come to take her baby away?

 The Bull-Dancer Jenny Twist

The twelve chosen bull-dancers are sailing out of the harbour under a black sail, bound for Crete and the deadly Minotaur, while a mother looks on in anger.

Take the Chance– Tara Fox Hall

A young girl growing up in post-apocalyptic America is determined that she and her sister will survive – whatever it takes!

A Victorian Dolls’ House Jenny Twist

When Violet sees the dolls’ house in the antique shop she has to have it. But the Delacorte House is no ordinary dolls’ house – and it is definitely not a toy!

Heart’s Bells– Tara Fox Hall

Theo and Casey are in love, but so many things stand in their way. They suffer separation and heartbreak but still remain true – until something happens to Theo that changes everything.

Doppelganger Jenny Twist

When Christine wakes up in a sumptuous white room with silken hangings, she assumes she is in heaven. But she soon finds out she is not in heaven. And before too long she begins to wonder if she is even still Christine.

Voices Jenny Twist

Olivia and Aidan are telepathic twins. Olivia is used to hearing Aidan in her head, but she is terrified when she hears a new and sinister voice.

Return to Me – Tara Fox Hall

Determined to find the source of the nightly creaking she alone can hear, Sam Reading discovers Harrison Benning, a ghost who becomes corporeal for one night of the year; the summer solstice. Their warm friendship soon becomes powerful love that lasts through decades, tragedies, and even beyond death.

Catch Me If You Can Jenny Twist

Willy prowls the streets at night, listening to all the sounds of the old town. But does he have a more sinister purpose?

Shades of Grey– Tara Fox Hall

Throughout history there has always been a Seer making sure that the world follows its proper course, keeping the world in balance. Yet when the old Seer prepares to hand over the burden to his apprentice Tim, he realizes too late that Tim has his own ideas of how things should go.

Other books by Tara and Jenny

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