Time To Get Noetic?

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08/25/2013 by syrbal-labrys


TickingIf there is a soft and sketchy science I’d like to play with…it is noetics. I first read about this in a book by a Dr. Radin about 25 years ago; lent and lost (of course) the book. Basically the idea is that if enough people think about changing something at once, things can be changed. Of course, as a mad scientist pagan sort, I can’t help but be biased in my enthusiasm to study this as it would explain what is often called magic…or coincidence, or synchronicity.

I could be snarky and suggest that not nearly enough people are thinking of Dick Cheney’s mechanical heartbeat stop dead; but just for today as the wind stirs the firs around my home; let’s all think of something to cool the West, damp air to quell the fires burning…especially around beautiful Yosemite Nat’l Park.

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2 thoughts on “Time To Get Noetic?

  1. Bigby's Lubed Fist says:

    I could be snarky and suggest that not nearly enough people are thinking of Dick Cheney’s mechanical heartbeat stop dead

    Remember to use your powers only for good!

    Have you ever read John Bellairs’ The Face in the Frost? It’s his only published adult fiction, and I can’t say enough about it.

    • syrbal says:

      That does sound entertaining; perhaps I shall have to seek out a copy before my “year of fiction” ends! Besides, who says making that mechanical heart stop dead is not using powers for good?;-)

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