The amazing pioneering work of Cleve Backster made ‘famous’ in Secret Life of Plants is celebrated via a
review of his book Primary Perception: Biocommunication with Plants, Living Foods, and Human Cells.
Cleve Backster noticed that a polygraph which he attached to plant seemed to be responding to what he was feeling.
“…this realization forever changed the life of the FBI and CIA’s foremost polygraph researcher, and reintroduced modern science to the sentient nature of our universe. On that date the brilliant and disciplined mind of Cleve Backster conceived an irrefutable paradigm-busting scientific protocol. With straightforward electronics that a student or garage-level scientist can replicate, he proved to humans that their thoughts and emotions affect the behavior of their own and other living cells.”.
However, what is not made so clear in the early elaborations of Cleve Backsters work is that biocomunication is intanteneous. Biocomunication is not limited by the speed of light. The implications of this are immense in what it opens up in terms of potential escape from the limitations of light speed and of an existence beyond the 3rd dimensional world which we seem to inhabit.
To learn more check out the book:
PRIMARY PERCEPTION: Biocommunication with Plants, Living Foods and Human Cells
By Cleve Backster
Published by White Rose Millennium Press
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