Archive for February, 2013

A Letter

Here is a letter sent to a friend which contains a letter I sent to a faculty member at the university where I am currently “stationed” as a PhD student. This is at a point during my “negotiation” process in determining possibilities for the direction of my research/dissertation, where I begin to shift toward a study of Keylontic Science from a “visual culture” standpoint. Previous to this, as can be seen in the original posting here, I had been considering making a study of ufology and abduction experiences/extraterrestrials, also from a visual culture standpoint.

Hey —– Here’s a letter I sent to one of the faculty here, a guy who has agreed to co-chair my dissertation committee, thought you might find it kinda interesting- since there are no published academic writings on Keylontic Science, I am having to incorporate other disciplines… I am going to inquire with the ————— as to whether I can do some type of internship – this is an option according to the PhD handbook for the art dept. here…

Hi Dr. ——-

I met with Dr. —– yesterday to see what he thought about my interest in a more narrowed scope of direction, which involves the visual culture of Keylontic Science. He had been under the impression that I was going to make a study of visual cultures of the paranormal, and advised me that it is not a good thing to become characterized as one who changes his mind regarding the direction of the PhD. I did however, get assent from Dr. —– that whichever path I choose, I should stay with it.

I should also say that with regard to Dr. —–, the idea of pursuing a visual culture study of the paranormal was simply a conversation we had been having, after I advised him that I was not going to follow Dr. ——‘ suggestion that I do a visual culture study of Roswell. It has been my understanding that I never “officially declared” any specific course of research, while all along, my research outside of required coursework has been within the fields of the “extraterrestrial question,” visual culture, and Keylontic science in particular, all of which include elements of the “paranormal.”

I haven’t mentioned this to anyone else at TTU, but as of today I became a team member of an emerging community whose focus is to bring systems of knowledge, much of which many might deem “theoretical metaphysics,” out into the global community. At this point I am unable to discuss the particulars due to a confidentiality/non-disclosure agreement, but the work there will tie in very nicely with the PhD project as I envision it currently. I’m thinking it would be very worthwhile if I could follow the internship path for my dissertation along with this organization, or maybe as a professional problem. On the other hand, for the cultural study aspect, it might be better to remain entirely neutral…

My concern is in finding academic sources which would lend themselves to my dissertation focus, which revolves around keylontic science, but which I am hoping can be more focused on the way that various cultures might apprehend the teachings of keylontic science. In other words, as I think about forming a prototype for my dissertation proposal, I’m looking for ideas for sources within the academic field which can inform ways that various cultures (from a visual culture perspective) would interface with a true unified field theory which is by necessity steeped in areas today referred to as metaphysical. With the advent of things like quantum science, the electric universe theory, multidimensionality, parallel universe theory, etc., lines between physics and metaphysics are becoming blurred.

My interest is in what might be described as cultural theory. It’s probably a post-humanity type of study, in that it has to encompass a wider field than many paradigms allow. I think you mentioned philosophers as being potential committee candidates also, and this is in line with what Dr. ——- has mentioned. Theoretically, a cultural reconciliation of something like keylontic science will have to address paranormal, religious, humanistic, scientific, shamanic, and other types of culture. Here’s a brief definition of Keylontic Science:

Keylontic Science encompasses, among many other things, the following (links don’t work, I just copied the text):
The Anatomy of Cosmic Structure.
Energy and Time Matrices and Morphogenetic Energy Fields
The Structure of Multi-dimensional Human Anatomy
Personal Identity Levels, our Crystal Body and Silicate Gene(DNA) Matrix
The Science and Process of Dimensional Ascension and Bio-spiritual Evolution.
Techniques for Healing, Protection and Accelerating Biological and Spiritual Evolution.
I apologize for the long email, I’m struggling a bit in delineating my path forward, and in formulating the right questions. There are certainly a wide variety of academic resources when it comes to quantum science, exobiology, shamanism, comparative religions, ancient texts (the Mahabharata of India for instance is described by some as early translations of Keylonta), metaphysics & philosophy, etc. Perhaps these would be the best types of sources to use, reconciling them with Keylontic science, as taken together they certainly all contain aspects of visual culture. This allows me to keep things within the correct paradigm of the academic institution. I have access to many thousands of pages of writings on Keylontic Science, alas, none are published by academic institutions or academic publishers (at least not yet!).

I am hoping that part of my research can also include the development of visual work, since this type of work requires ways to help people visualize some of the complex subject matter. Does this make sense, or am I sounding like a crazy man, lol? It seems like very relevant and worthwhile work, and ultimately I believe it can lead to a lot of new knowledge and publishable material.

Mainly, I just wanted to see if you have ideas for sources I can use which are more directly tied to culture/visual culture, among these various areas.

I have not asked anyone else yet, as far as who might be interested in being a co-chaiperson, feel free to let me know if there is someone who you think would be interested. Also, I’m just starting to look around to find possible committee people from other departments, and will likely soon be asking someone from one of the other departments to write my core exam question.

I re-submitted my requests to Dr. —– for course transfers from other institution(s), I believe if two of them are approved I can finish my coursework next Fall, and begin working on the dissertation. I would appreciate any thoughts or suggestions you may have about any of this,

Best regards,
Greg D.