THE RESONANCE KEY
Exploring the Links
between Vibration, Consciousness and the Zero Point Grid
By Marie D. Jones
& Larry Flaxman
Published by New Page Books
254 pages, paperback
We are surrounded by vibrations that go beyond sound. We live in it. In a sense, we are made of it. And not only audible sound but every created thing has a vibration, sound or frequency.
In this book it is called resonance. The authors attempt to explain the inexplicable with their use of the construct called the Zero Point Grid. This matrix allows multiple realities to exist in close proximity.
Ms Jones & Mr Flaxman are both dedicated paranormal investigators and authors who co-founded ParaExplorers. Together they wrote 11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon, a bestseller that looks at synchronicity (see review on page 73).
The Resonance Key addresses the nature of reality itself. This mighty task has been attempted by many yet still defies an all-encompassing theory.
The style of the book is quite accessible despite the rather complex material explored. There is much physics, more quantum physics, a little mathematics and some mechanics. A quantum physicist might argue that it does not go far enough, but this book was written for those of us who dwell and think outside of that complex branch of knowledge.
Throw in the paranormal, conspiracy theories with a pinch of alternative science and politics, and you have an intriguing mix.
The authors first look at the concept of resonance in nature and everyday life. We learn of the history and early exploration of frequencies and fields of vibration.
From ancient times to the modern developments of Nikola Tesla, radio television, x-rays, and microwave ovens, frequencies are seen, heard and felt. Humans have made use of frequencies for artistic purposes in musical instruments and in engineering.
However, it is not all good news… In the process of delivering some relatively bad news about modern day experiments, the authors teach much about the physics of sound, vibration and resonance. For non-scientific readers like me this is enlightening, as my high school physics lessons are far away in time and space!
Questions are asked about the possibility of ancient monuments being built with the aid of sound frequencies or sonic levitation. Interest in this has been expressed by agencies such as NASA and the defence industry.
A favourite subject linked to a potential conspiracy is that of the development of the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), which is supposedly used for long distance communications with submarines. The alternative scientific community regards it as a geophysical weapon.
Likewise is the development of ELF or ULF radiation devices that could be used to influence and control populations. The current fad of brain entrainment using very low Hz frequencies to ‘meditate instantly’ comes under this rather scary fringe science. I tried the quick-fix binaural beat technology and I have to tell you it works, but I gave it up. Why meditate instantly, and miss all the critical learning and insightful inspiration along the way?
As paranormal investigators, the authors devote considerable space to paranormal activity and the notion that the weirdness of ghostly phenomena may be explained by resonance of many alternate realities existing closely in a grid-like construct. Occasionally these intersect and cause sightings. I state this in a simplistic manner, but the authors describe the phenomena in detail.
They use their Zero Point Grid as a unifying theory that explains everything from UFOs, ghosts, clairvoyance, clairaudience, remote viewing and teleportation. Many ancient and modern mysteries are cited to support their thesis.
So what is this Zero Point Grid (ZPG)? The construct will be familiar to those who have seen the film ‘The Matrix’. Try to imagine a Zero Point Field. It is a field of resonance, within which energies are generated and move. I may have this wrong because quantum physics is not my strong point. (My brain hurts…)
The authors suggest the ZPG is the infrastructure of reality; a grid made up of infinite layers in all directions that intersect at different points. Some researchers try to relate it to known grids such as Ley lines, Dragon lines and other such constructs. They see the concept of non-locality, which is an accepted facet of quantum physics, as explaining paranormal happenings.
Such a grid might even explain the concept of the Akashic Record which is a universal and infinite recording system for everything that has ever happened in the universe, stored as subtle substance in a non-local way. This is complicated and representative of metaphysics of a very high order.
The authors suggest a way for the reader to experience moving “in Grid.” Walk a labyrinth, they suggest. It may just be a maze in your local area, some standing stones, or even the amazing labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral. With focused attention, walking a labyrinth can produce some very strange energetic effects.
Wherever you go, you cannot get away from resonance. Good vibrations or bad, it is our world, our life, and what we are. Call it the Matrix, Grid, Akashic Record, or whatever you like, it is still resonance. It seems we are in and of a web of vibrations.
I recommend this book for those who have a strong interest in the paranormal. An interest in quantum physics will resonate for others. For readers like me with a limited science background, it is better to read this in small chunks rather than at one sitting. I found the material fascinating, but complex. What a buzz!