Make Your Own Mind Machine - Little Known Information About Mind Computer Interfacing
Many people are working on Brain Computer Interfacing (BCI) these days. Few people, however, are working on Mind Machines.
There is a difference between the brain and the mind, though the two are definitely related. It seems that the mind can exist without a brain, e.g. when a spirit leaves a body upon death. It seems unlikely that a brain can exist without a mind.
Perhaps the brain is the "hardware" and the mind is the "software". The mind consists of emotions, thoughts, and perceptions. It can reason things out and plan to do things.
Furthermore, there is evidence that our minds connect in some way, e.g. telepathy, extra sensory perception, cosmic consciousness, etc. To add another dimension, there is a long history of a person's mind sending out signals via prayer.
The brain can be seen and touched, whereas the mind is nebulous. We see the results of the mind but cannot see the mind physically (yet).
We can "plug" into the brain with a Brain Computer Interface but the mind has no "plug-in-port". Even if we had a plug on a Mind Interface, we would not know where to plug it physically. Therein lays the problem with Mind Machines.
From what I have read, most of the Mind Machines developed so far are "Intuition Indicators". These devices give a real world indication of what the mind knows already. These devices give a voice to the mind, albeit sometimes only yes or no. Examples of such devices are dowsing rods, radionics, pendulums, etc. Some of these devices are even electronic or interfaced to a computer.
You, too, can experiment with such devices by making the circuits or devices in the books below.
You can "Make your own Mind Machine". Let your imagination soar, as minds like to do when creating or inventing. You could make a group of experimenters to collaborate on solutions. Share your findings so others can build on your work. Perhaps you will find the key that so many have searched for throughout time!
For More Information -
- Mind Machines You Can Build by G. Harry Stine, Top of the Mountain Publishing, 1994
- Mind Machines and the History of the Black Box: How To Build Them and How To Apply Their Technology by Patricia Griffin Ress/ Commander X, Conspiracy Journal/Global Communications, 2006
- Mind Performance Projects for the Evil Genius: 19 Brain-Bending Bio Hacks by Brad Graham, McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, 2009
- Interfacing with the Doctor Within Blog