Consciousness is a component of energy. Consciousness is in fact the variable component of energy which determines both the wavelength (creative cycle) and frequency. As it is the variable component of energy and affects both wavelength and frequency it therefore affects perception, and through this can affect both time and space. Consciousness has one fixed, absolute principle.

It cannot be perceived the exact same way more than once.

This is because it is the variable component of energy. You can try this out for yourself by taking a photo of an object or recording a sound via a microphone. The sensor in both a camera and microphone isn't organic, it's mechanical. each time you take a picture or record a sound, even from the exact same source, there should be subtle variances recorded in the sound or image.

Information is perceived consciousness

Information is nothing more than consciousness in energy which has previously been perceived and given cultural relevance. This means that the consciousness can manifest itself in a way which can be perceived and recognized. The cultural relevance allows the consciousness to be recognized and perceived by others in ways which are accessible to common logical understanding.


Information is relative and together in the collective forms a paradigm. The concept of paradigms was developed many years ago by a man called Po who stated that scientific paradigms are created by the power groups in existence. In the Middle Ages the worldview was dominated by the philosophies of Aristotle. This view was based Aristotle's thinking and the perception that there were four humours, air, earth, fire and water and that they are at different levels. Fire was perceived as the top level, then, working down, there was air, then there was water and finally earth. Depending on what you are or what you were made of, this determined what position you were in.

Therefore if you take some earth and put it in the air it will fall to the ground because that's where it belongs, on the ground. If you take air and make fire it rises or goes up. Objects move because they are being sucked into a vacuum. For example when you fire an arrow the arrow divides the air creating a vacuum in front of the arrow sucking the arrow into it. This all seems to work because the people at the time observed things and these things held true. They believed that the earth was flat, at the bottom of these levels, and that the Earth was the centre of the universe, and the planets and the sun all revolved around the Earth. This is what people at the time believed and if you said otherwise, you'd probably be accused of witchcraft or sorcery and burned at the stake.

Yet there was such a thing as retrograde motion. When they saw Mercury and Venus it would appear that they were moving in reverse and going the 'wrong way' round the Earth, when the paradigm stated that they were supposed to going round in perfect circles. What they did then was to create a new science called epicycles where they explained that planets often revolved around themselves while revolving around the Earth. They created these Heath Rbbinson style explanations for science until Copernicus stated that it was obvious they were in a heliocentric system and everything revolved around the sun, and then Keppler stated that the perfect circles weren't in fact circles but ellipses. Suddenly everything changed.

This led to what is known as a paradigm shift (or paradigm change). The seeds for the new paradigm come from the old paradigm.

The Newtonian paradigm came out of the paradigm based on Aristotle philosophy. The Newtonian worldview could explain everything, well kind of. There were things which still defied explanation. It couldn't explain the Electromagnetic Catastrophe. It couldn't explain the Photoelectric Effect. These things did not fit in with the science of the time, and so didn't fit in with the paradigm. The Electromagnetic Crisis was another example of something beyond explanation which troubled scientists at the time. The calculations were inaccurate, and the mathematics didn't work with the way science went in the 1880's and 1890's.

Quanta and Quantum Theory

Then in 1900 a German scientist called Max Planck was so frustrated with the state of science and the fact he couldn't make things work that he decided not to perceive energy as one continuous stream, but something which came in little packets. So he tried out all his theories on the basis of energy being in small packets and his theories all made sense again. This led to another paradigm shift when it was discovered that energy doesn't come in one continuous wave, but in little packets. These became known as photons. This is where we get the word 'quantum' from, which is Latin for package, and quantum theory is based on the concept of energy being in quanta, or photons, or little packages.  Energy was thus broken down into quanta. Everything started to make sense again and the old paradigm was replaced by the new one.

Einstein came along in 1905 with his Mirabilis Papers, and changed everything again, but within the same paradigm.

Zero point energy

Zero point energy is a form of energy where there shouldn't be any energy.


A scientist called Casimir while working at the Phillips Research Laboratory in Eindhoven in Holland noticed if you placed two sheets of glass together they stick together. This energy is because the two sheets of glass are being pressed inwards on either side which makes them viscose. This is known as the Casimir force.

There's a mystery behind the Casimir force because it's supposedly in a vacuum and where no energy should be. This is called zero point energy because it's the same point as where a pendulum stops its swing, which is known as the zero point.

Absolute zero is the coldest it can possibly be, which is minus 273 degrees Celsius. This is also zero kelvin. The reason why it is zero is because heat is energy, when molecules are moving around - explained by my Energy Spectrum. When there is zero energy there is no movement, no heat, nothing. This is at the dramatic end of the Energy Spectrum, the furthest point.

This is zero point. Absolute zero. But scientists have discovered that if you take a form of helium, known as Helium 4, and take it down to just above zero, it remains liquid. Helium 3 doesn't freeze.

There is energy coming from somewhere. the only place where scientists believe the energy is coming from is where there isn't any energy at all.

Sicentists believe that there is a form of energy which exists where there isn't any energy, and this is known as Zero Point Energy.

Zero Point also contradicts Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. This is the idea that you can only know a particle's velocity, or it's location, you cannot know both.

But this is zero point, where no particles are moving. So if there's no energy and no particles are moving, there cannot be Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle either.

There must be something else that's happening at zero point.

It is believed that this zero point energy is massive, it's everywhere. there's a scientist called Professor Bernard Heysch working in Menlo Park, California, who has a US Patent to generate zero point energy, as it is believed it can provide free electricity. This is cutting edge science.

Locating the field of consciousness

Some scientists are suggesting that this is where consciousness is located. The idea is that consciousness exists in a field and is drawn up into the brain. The process is known as orchestrated reduction. There is a process which has been proposed by two eminent scientists, Professor Roger Penrose, who is a leading professor of mathematics at Cambridge, and professor Stuart Hammerhoff  who is an anestheologist  at the University of Arizona. Professor Hammerhoff has long been fascinated as to what happens to consciousness when you give someone an anaesthetic.  It is known what anesthetics do, but it isn't known how they work. Any doctor who turns round and tells you that he does is lying. They don't.  Doctor's don't understand why anesthetics disconnect consciousness from perception.

If you have ever been given a general anesthetic it is not like you've been put to sleep. You're gone and you're gone completely. You are not mirroring as you are when sleeping, you are completely switched off. Then you come back again as the effect of the anesthetic wears off.

Professor Hammerhoff has developed an opinion that anesthetic does something to the microtubules in the neurons of the brain. You have around 10 billion neurons in your brain which are the things which fire electromagnetic impulses and electric circuits in your brain. Each of these neurons have tubulin, which forms tububles which structure the cells and give them their solidity. These are what are known as microtubules. Microtubules have a strange structure in that they have wallsfrom which they give off pulses of photons, or pulses of light energy which go either side of the microtubules.

What is believed that the photons or waves of light energy interefere with each other as they come into contact with one another and create what is known as an interference pattern. An interference pattern is how holograms work. Each neuron has millions and millions of microtubules, so you have trillions of light energy pulses or photons creating mini-holograms. What are they creating from this? They are creating the three dimensional world which exists all around you and which is being presented to your brain, through these trillions of holograms which are being uploaded through this information field.

The brain as a receiver

This explains something which happens in Alzheimer's disease where there is a protein known as tao which interferes with these light energy waves and destroys the microtubules. This is like dust and other debris getting inside a computer and coating the surface of the motherboard and processor. Your brain is no different from the motherboard and processor of a computer, or the tubes of an old analogue radio or television.

I content that the stress from the reduced consciousness in high frequency energy experienced by people affected by social exclusion and social stigma has a similar effect which diminishes the number of photons being produced by the microtubules and this can affect the hologram effect and change the energy field. Bear in mind that 90% of the brain activity is unconscious. However unlike Alzheimer's, where the microtubules are being smashed and destroyed, the effects of social exclusion and social stigma affect the photons themselves which could be making them weaker, or lesser, and this is a cause of constant disruption.

This is why in my theory I state very clearly that your brain is a receiver and transmitter of consciousness. It's like the inner workings of a computer. There is no consciousness in your brain, consciousness requires perception processing through mirroring, and transmitting through interaction.

The hard problem of science.

There are logical conundrums that current science cannot explain. David Chalmers is an Asutralian philosopher and cognitive scientist at a conference in the US called this the hard problem of science. The soft problem of science is mapping out the brain so we know how different parts of the brain work. The hard problem is what the brain does with consciousness and how it achieves it.

If you're a material reductionist and wanted to understand how a motorcycle works you would break it down and take it apart. You would have a motorcycle in bits. You will learn about all the parts and components and how they fit together, but you won't learn that much about how the motorcycle works. You won't learn about speed, or how the motorcycle takes corners.It's the exact same situation with the brain. We can break the brain down and take it apart, right down to its constituent molecules, and we won't find consciousness anywhere.

This is why scientists cannot find memory. They have been trying to find out about memory for years. Carl Lashley spent years trying to find the location of memory. We know what processes memory. We know where memory is processed.

At what point does something which isn't conscious become conscious? This is the hard problem of science which nobody has never explained.

But if consciousness is in fact everything, and the mind is also the basis of everything, and matter is created by mind, then the problem of when something becomes conscious or whether it is or isn't consciousness doesn't exist.

It could be that science is looking at this the wrong way.

Eliminative materialism

There are eliminative materialists,such as Patricia Churchill and Daniel Dennett, a US philosopher and cognitive scientist,who believe people are fooling themselves, that people are not conscious and not aware. They believe that consciousness is smoke and mirrors, that people are pretending, that people are fooled into believing that they have an inner life. People are robots, automatons. This philosophy is known as eliminative matreialism.

However in order to be fooled you have to be capable of perceiving consciousness. I cannot fool a brick wall. I have no way of deceiving a tree. In order to be able to be fooled, or to perceive consciousness, something requires autonomy and self-awareness. It must be capable of mirroring. But eliminative materialists never seem able to arrive at that conclusion.

Eliminative materialists assume that they have everything worked out, that there's no such thing as consciousness, and everything has a rational explanation.

The Holographic Universe


The above image comes from Scientific American.

Much of the thinking behind the brain being able to generate holograms is down to Professor David Bone and Carl Pribrum at Georgetown University. They stated that if the brain works on holographic principles then everything is distributed evenly across the brain. This is why you can never find the location of consciousness because everything is being communicated instantaneously everywhere.

This brings us to sub-atomic entanglement. It's known in science that if you take two particles and entangle them so that they share the same space you can then divide them and then the response or reaction of one particle will be the exact same as the other particle. This works across both space and time. .

This is how some scientists explain the Big Bang, in that there was a point where everything became entangled and then separated so that everything responds or reacts the same way across the field or in the collective.

This also takes in the work of Professor Stephen Hawking and what is known as Hawking Radiation. Science believes that energy cannot be destroyed but can only be transformed or changed. But in a black hole everything gets sucked in and energy disappears. What Professor Stephen Hawking maintains is that there's radiation coming out of black holes, in the form of dark energy. What is now believed is that the universe is surrounded at its outer limits by trillions and trillions of tiny black holes of a Planck length - a Planck length is the smallest bit of anything you can have, the smallest bit of space.

What is believed that all these tiny black holes are radiating information back in to create a hologram. This makes the universe a hologram. This is cutting edge science, based on information scientists have gathered from years and years of research.

Scientists believe they have found resonances of what they believe to be a holographic nature in the universe. If the brain is a hologram, and the universe is a hologram, we have a hologram processing a hologram.

But holograms aren't physical. Likewise, a hologram is an image, but with a difference. If you break up an image, you will get parts of an image, rather like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. But if you break up a hologram you get something like a fractal, where the pieces are essentially smaller versions of the complete whole.

Think about that. Every single part of something contains the whole. This brings us right back to to what Austrian philosopher and social theorist once said:

"If you want to understand the world around you look within yourself. To understand yourself better take a real interest in the world, other people and what's going on around you."

You might also want to think about such things as collectivism, authoritarianism, and individuality. Just how far is the part representative of the whole? Is all of the whole represented in each individual part?

Consciousness and reality

This brings us to the Double Slit Experiment. One of the biggest mysteries of science is whether light is a wave or a particle. This is what presented Einstein with problems, as he stated with 'little bits of electromagnetic energy' (the word photons didn't come into being until much later). This of course explains how light gets from the sun to the planets.

You might remember this from your science class, you might not. In order for a wave to exist, it has to exist in something. You have a wave in water, there are sound waves, when someone speaks to you they are causing waves of energy going back and forth and your ears are picking them up.

But you and the other person exist in air. Likewise you can hear whales singing in the depths of the sea because the waves have water to travel in. Out in space there is nothing, so you do not hear anything. This is why there is no sound in a vacuum. There is nothing for the waves to exist in. There is no medium.

double slit

We could go into the various theories that scientists have used to explain how light travels through space and in what form, but everything leads back to the Double Slit Experiment.

It doesn't matter whether you visualize light or water going through the slits.What happens is that the light goes through the slits and causes new wave patterns and also new interference patterns. As you can see on the right of the above illustration you get waves of light and dark bands up and down.

What they decided was that if they placed a measuring device at the edge of the slits to measure the edge of the light going through both slits they would be able to determine whether light goes through one slit or both slits and how it behaves. Whenever they placed a measuring device the waves know that they're being observed and they change from a wave into a particle. Take the measuring device away and the particle becomes a wave again.

This is mind-blowing, and should be something reported in all the news. But it isn't. It isn't because the current paradigm doesn't understand wave-particle duality.

Gravitational lensing

Professor John Wheeler, one of the most eminent research scientists of the 20th century,  He came up with the idea that the act of observation changes a wave into a particle. This means that an energy wave is a wave until you look at it or measure it and then it becomes a particle and this applies to everything around us.

This means that when you look at a wave it becomes a particle, but when you look away it becomes a wave again. This applies to things in our reality.

This brings us to gravitational lensing. Gravitational lensing comes from the fact that when scientists first started looking at space through telescopes and looking for things such as quasars, they found far more quasars than they expected there to be.


This is one of the images taken from a telescope. You will see four quasars, which were very bright objects at the beginning of the universe, but seeing as they are so far away and the light has taken so long to reach us they are probably no longer there and probably ceased to exist millions or billions of years ago.

This appeared to be very odd. They seem to be very similar. This is the effect known as gravitational lensing.


What is happening is that you have a distant quasar, and the light, as it is leaving the distant quasar, it goes round a galaxy. Anything that is large mass bends light. What happens is that as it bends the light around the galaxy it gives the impression of two quasars either side of the galaxy.

What Professor John Wheeler suggested was that scientists could do the Double Slit Experiment with quasar light. The question would be that if this was done, would the interference pattern introduced through putting the light through two slits determine on which side of the galaxy the quasar appeared?

The point here is that a decision made in the here and now by an observer is able to influence the behaviour of light existing millions of years ago to change its behaviour. This has to be accepted by modern physics because there is no question that this is what happens.


The above illustration was drawn by Professor John Wheeler to make the statement that you - the observer - create the past. So if you can create the past, and we know that individuals can see the future, from precognition, and such experiences as deja vu, what does this suggest to you about the three dimensional reality we live in?

One of the basic tenets of the Theory of Creativity is that truth is relative to perception.


Psychokinesis and the paranormal has confounded science and remains outside the current paradigm. But it fits comfortably within the paradigm of my Theory of Creativity which contends that psychokinesis is the major damaging factor of climate change. When you have billions of people on the planet projecting out divisionism and conflict, it's bound to impact on the environment. High frequency energy is the most critical and most damaging aspect of climate change, and the one aspect we can do nothing about, or so it seems. There are no solutions within the current paradigm.

A new page on psychokinesis and how it relates to the theory is coming shortly.


Consciousness is the creative element of the universe, because it determines everything else.

Consciousness determines the frequency and wavelength of energy on a spectrum (the Energy Spectrum) between Zero Point (drama) and Black Hole (trauma). Energy is not destroyed, but becomes radiation, and dark energy. Nor can it be created because it comes out of consciousness (Zero Point).

Consciousness requires perception to develop consciousness through creativity and interaction. This is the fundamental basis of universal law. This is the objective of the universe and of evolution.

This conclusion is based on the principles of the Theory of Creativity.