" The persistence and proficiency by which Sean Harribance has accessed non-local information about the detailed experiences and histories of other people suggests congruence with intrinsic brain structures. Brain-appropriate (2 μV) voltage levels of the electroencephalographic patterns that had been recorded from Mr. Harribance’s frontal, centro-parietal, and temporal regions during his most accurate descriptions were applied by needle electrodes to left and right hippocampal formations, temporal stems, caudates, internal capsules, parahippocampal gyri, and insulas within coronal sections of fixed human brain sections. Spectral analyses obtained by adjacent needle sensors indicated that different components of the Harribance Configuration (HC), particularly temporal (T4), and centro-parietal (C4) regions elicited enhanced spectral power within the grey relative to white matter for the theta (4-7.5 Hz) band while only the HC component from the right temporal (T4) region elicited enhanced power within the gamma (40 Hz) band for both grey and white matter. These enhancements could reflect the presence of intrinsic spatial properties within brain tissue that survive fixation [in ethanol-formalin-acetic acid] and remain responsive to congruent applied electromagnetic patterns. The conspicuous presence of the fundamental and harmonic components of the Schumann Resonance peak frequencies within the HC and recent real-time measurements of intermittent coherence between living human brains and Schumann activities may relate to the Harribance effect. One interpretation is that his accurate descriptions of the experiences and histories of people he has never met reflect access to a source of non-local information associated with the earth-ionosphere wave guide within which all human beings are immersed."
The paper brings various interesting data, for example; the intrinsic resonance of grey matter derived from its inductance at the duration of an action potential and its capacitance is within the range of 7-8 Hz (in the first harmonic of Schumann resonances, and there are more correlations between brain electromagnetic activity and earth geomagnetic activity , also influence of Schummand resonances on living beings can be found elsewhere ). The ethanol-formalin-acetic acid PH is is enhanced (with proton increment) this data is also theorized that has to be in certain relation with proton concentration enhancement as consequence of EZ water properties and that thin shell of protons would be sufficient to actually generate the resting membrane potential.
Also is to note that when Harribance do the non-local reading the activity was primarily over the right frontal and temporal regions, and that biophoton emission increase (from right side of head) while the magnetic field (the earth's natural geomagnetic feld) in the same plane decrease, thos correlations where also found in . In a experiment when Harribance and the subject of non-local "reading" are both relaxed with closed eyed (at 1 m distance) the QEEG shows conspicuous intercalation of the brains activity. When the the pattern of "meditative" Harribance (the special activity of the right hemisphere but also left hemisphere) were applied as three-dimensional magnetic fields on mouse melanoma cells is the unique configuration that can slow the growing of the cancer cells. When this pattern is applied over a person, can acquire some no-local capacities.
The authors propose that Mr. Harribance can “access” information presumably maintained within the spaces occupied by the cerebral loci of others suggesting that there could be common microstructural factors in all human brains that can be interfaced by cerebra that exhibit specific electromagnetic patterns and here they present evidence that the direct application of different components of the pattern to fixed coronal sections of human brain evoked shifts in electrophysiological patterns that could reflect intrinsic properties of human brains and their resonance with complex temporal patterns of cerebral origin from a living human brain.
 Persinger, M. A., Dotta, B. T., Saroka, K. S., & Scott, M. A. (2013). Congruence of energies for cerebral photon emissions, quantitative EEG activities and~ 5 nT changes in the proximal geomagnetic field support spin-based hypothesis of consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research, 4(1).
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