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Thought force is able to move human cells in blood. Blood is significantly diluted with water in the sample placed under a microscope. Many cell can be moved by one thought force into the same direction at the same time. Different thought forces have different results. It is possible to move e.g. two targeted cells into different directions using two different thought forces at the same time. Conscious application of thought force can be a new method in medicine as well as in technology.
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Thought force moves human cells
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Dr. Tamas Lajtner*
Abstract Thought force is able to move human cells in blood. Blood is significantly
diluted with water in the sample placed under a microscope. Many cell can be moved by one
thought force into the same direction at the same time. Different thought forces have different
results. It is possible to move e.g. two targeted cells into different directions using two
different thought forces at the same time. Conscious application of thought force can be a new
method in medicine as well as in technology.
Keywords thought force, cell, moved by thought force, epidemic, health
1. Introduction
In the following study human cells in blood moved by though force will be presented.
In these turbulent times full of epidemic, all the possibilities that save or improve people
healthy are important. Therefore, the present paper is doubly important. On the one hand,
because of the epidemic situation. On the other hand, because it opens up completely new
ways in medicine and technology.
2. What do the figures show?
It is always a problem how to make an experiment credible. Let us take an example. How
to picture the magnetism? The magnetism is a well-know phenomenon, it needs no further
explanation. On the other hand, if we do not know the magnetism, we can construct many
false explanations, like it is magic, trick, video effect etc. In the case of magnetism, we know
that Fig. 1 shows a magnetic effect, although the attractive force is not visible in the picture.
Because we have known the magnetism for a long time, it is to accept that the magnetic
attraction itself is presented by the moving nail in FIG. 1.
FIG. 1 Two neodymium magnets attract an iron nail. © T. Lajtner.
In the following figures moving human cells will be presented. What is the reason of the
movements? The force of thought. Although thought force cannot be seen, the moving cells
indicate it. Saying this, Fig. 3 and 5 present the force of thought itself.
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3. My equipment
In the following experiments some human cells in blood will be shown. Blood is
significantly diluted with water. The liquid is put under the microscope and its image will be
captured. My equipment is shown in FIG. 2.
FIG. 2 My equipment.
The microscope does not have an inbuilt camera connection,
therefore a smart phone is a camera and a computer records the pictures and videos.
© T. Lajtner.
4. What can thought force move?
Thought force is able to move real objects1. What kinds of real objects? Practically
any kinds. If the object (device) and the environment are appropriate, the relationship
between thought force and the movement of object is always functional with a weak
stochastic effect of time factor,
1. The objects can be mechanic e.g. a rotatable paper wheel. In this case thought
force rotates the paper wheel. Here the whole paper wheel moves. The physical
values like force, power and energy exerted by though can be measured and
calculated using the laws of classic mechanics.
2. The object can be an appropriate electronic device. Here electrons move in a
suitable circuit. I have built more different electric devices and circuits that sense
the force of thought and measure the physical values of thought e.g. its power and
energy. In this case these values can be calculated by the proper electrical
formulas.
3. The object can be the water e.g. a glass of water. Here the moving objects are the
molecules of the water. The moving molecules are able to rise a small submarine
to the surface of the water. Knowing the appropriate circumstances, the physical
characteristics of thought can be calculated.
4. This study presents moving cells controlled by thought force. I do not calculate
here power, energy etc. considering the blood cells are in water and the submarine
presentation represents well the magnitude of thought power in water.
phone as webcam
microscope
computer
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In this paper, it is not the magnitude of the thought force that really matters. These
experiments highlight the controllability of the force of thought, and the fact that
we are able to exert several different thought forces at the same time targeted with
extremely precision.
Each above mentioned bullet point in itself is extremely interesting and offers many
technological possibilities. However, the 4th point outlines a method of self-healing and
healing by thought that can be used immediately, in addition to the invaluable technology of
the future inherent in it.
Now let us see the thought-run cells. Videos about the following experiments and
experiments here not presented can be found here: https://www.lajtner.com/cells.html.
5. One thought force, many cells, one direction
FIG. 3 shows how thought force change the floating direction of human blood cells. The
original flow in the sample is called "inborn flow". The force of thought changes the direction
of the inborn flow of cells. The big arrows show the direction of flows. The direction of
thought force remains the same during the whole experiment while the magnitude of thought
force increases.
FIG. 3 Thought force changes the direction of flow of human cells in blood.
Blood is significantly diluted with water. The two white circles indicate two moving cells. It
took 15 sec for the thought force to reverse the movement of cells.
Lenses of microscope: 100x12.5.
© T. Lajtner.
Thought is a real force. FIG. 3-P 3 shows it clearly, because there is an equilibrium
situation between inborn forces and though force.
0 sec 8 sec 15 sec 18 sec 25 sec
flow made by
thought force
inborn flow flow made by
thought force
flipping point
inborn flow
direction of thought force
time
P 1
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5
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An equilibrium situation of two force exists if forces are of equal magnitude and they have
opposite directions. Look at FIG. 4.
FIG. 4 Two forces of equal magnitude in opposite directions create a balance.
This balance of forces causes the tipping point of the direction of flows. Until the tipping
point the inborn force is bigger than thought force. After the tipping point thought force is
bigger than the inborn force. It means thought is force it is able to change, to grow.
Thought force needs time to increase and to create measurable effects.
Thought force is able to change the direction of the flow of human cells. This skill is our
fundamental and natural ability since we unconsciously constantly control our cells. In FIG. 3
is presented a consciously control.
6. Two thought forces, two cells, two directions
FIG. 5 is impressive and surprising. The same human being creates two different thought
forces at the same time that act differently. Reflecting on this result, we can conclude that we
were addicted to our prejudices if we did not expect this result. This outcome is a must, after
all a human body contains estimated at 30x1012 cells that must be controlled every moment as
long as the body lives.
inborn force thought force
time
0 sec 17 sec 34 sec 48 sec
FIG. 5 B
0 sec 48 sec FIG. 5 A
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FIG. 5 Two different thought created by one human being at there same time
exert their different forces.
Thought force changes the directions of flow of two human cells of blood.
Blood is diluted significantly with water.
According to the message sent in thought force the first cell must flow. This cell is marked
with an arrow. The other one must stand, it is marked with an anchor. The two cells are
controlled separately and both controls work great.
FIG. 5 B shows the details of FIG. 5 A.
Lenses of microscope:100 x 12.5.
© T. Lajtner.
7. Three out of many new questions
I will mention here three questions. You may also know there are not only three, but a lot
of exciting questions analyzing the above mentioned.
1. How does the phenomenon pictured in the FIG. 3 work? How does the thought
force "know" where to affect?
First of all you have to accept that thought force exists. Supposing the existence of
thought forces the answer seems to be very simple. Thought force moves the
whole sample on the slide. It is not necessary to target extremely precisely with
human concentration. The slide itself is the target of the concentration. The sample
is located on it and, being liquid, is able to move. There is no need to look for
additional reasons. The microscope is only used to view the result.
This reasoning seems to be correct, but it is not. The main problem of it is that if
we are “sending out” thought forces, it is not the same situation as if we are
throwing away stones. The flying stones lose every contact with the thrower, but
the "sent out thought forces" do not. Thought force has always its counterforce that
can be "recognized" by human. Thought force is a two-way communication, that
is, the movement in the sample can be "sensed" without being seen. So we
unconsciously "know" where is the sample. Vision help us to consciously identify
the source of the signal that sends reflective feedback via thought force. Actually
as thought force. This reflective thought force originates from sources outside of
the body, in this case from human cells.
2. This kind of forces can be originated by any sources. Many things are able to
create force in this given force range. If this force are captured by brain they can
work as thought force, as thought in the human brain (and/or body).
3. FIG. 5 focuses on two cells. Of course, they are invisible to the naked eye. As
mentioned above, they also send information about themselves that we “can sense”
in some, unconsciously way. In order to consciously identify the cells, we need to
see them. This statement is hard to accept, but it is real. The question is coming
now. How can thought force connect the image on a computer screen with the
actual reality of the cell itself? After all, if we take nothing but the distance
between the cell and its image and the magnitude differences in their sizes, we find
it difficult even to accept the connection. It seems to be impossible, but it works.
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Of course, conscious manipulation requires some practice. Yet we are able to
manipulate individual cells in our bodies by thought force easily and effectively.
We do it unconsciously without vision. The key in both cases is the main
characteristic of thought force: it is a two-way communication.
8. Conclusion
Is there any other characteristics of cells that can be changed by thought force? I think so,
but I do not go into details. Here I want to stress that thought is force. Using this force
consciously can improve our health.
Like all forces, thought force also creates its own counterforce. There is no way to
understand how thought works without accepting its fundamental nature2. This is not a
theoretical problem, human experiences are vital in this science.
Refusing the existence of thought force is to deny the existence of a large, still unknown
part of the world.3
Ironically, the rejection of thought force can only take place consciously, because
whoever rejects it uses it unconsciously at this moment as well.
References
1 Lajtner T (2022) Three paradoxes of thought. Chapter in Integrated Science Vol. IV.
Thinking: Bioengineering of Science and Art. Springer. Chief editor Rezaei N.)
2 Lajtner T (2019) Thought is Force. Amazon.
3 Lajtner T (2021) 19 false axioms of physics. Amazon.
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Three paradoxes of thought
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Lajtner T (2022) Three paradoxes of thought. Chapter in Integrated Science Vol. IV. Thinking: Bioengineering of Science and Art. Springer. Chief editor Rezaei N.)
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Lajtner T (2019) Thought is Force. Amazon.
19 false axioms of physics
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Lajtner T (2021) 19 false axioms of physics. Amazon.