Parallel Resonant Fields
and the Xenocontinua

Parallel Fields

Since the discovery of the existence of Parallel Resonant Fields late in the last century, physicists studying them have observed a number of strange phenomena associated with them.

The most obvious of these "suggested mass" or "static gravity" as it is sometimes known. An object in a parallel field will be shown to be of indeterminable weight but still have its inertial properties intact. There were attempts in early parallel research to use this phenomenon in skyshipping to artificially reduce the mass of a ship and its cargo thus reducing the cost of transport. This was proven to be highly risky because of the other major phenomenon associated with these fields.

It was discovered that a mass in a parallel field was under acceleration in a nonspatial dimension which is in direct contact with other temporal continua. We have named these "other dimensions", "xenocontinua". These may be seen as entire universes like our own. Some, remarkably so. If there is a disturbance to the field while a mass is in place, it will drop out of our space, sometimes to be replaced by an equal mass from elsewhere, sometimes to simply disappear. When there is a replacement mass, the object is known as a "xenolite". The Institute has cataloged over twenty-six thousand of them since 1902.


The xenolites are the only way we have had to study the xenocontinua and we have more from some of them than we do from others. Although it is speculated that our universe is in full contact with all others, some seem easier to reach. The ones which are the easiest to obtain information from are referred to as "near" while those less accessible are referred to as "distant." The nearest xenocontinua are very much like our own world containing even analogs of many of the very same people. It took four years to determine a difference between our own world and the nearest xenocontinuum, X-1-A. When one was found it turned out to be so minor, a difference in the spelling of a particular high school student's nickname, that it led to a theory of "budding" of xenocontinua.

It is now believed that universes periodically fission creating two or more where once there was one.We know of at least one, X-24-L, in which time runs backward relative to our own, that is clearly associated with the so called "great inversion" of 1896. It has become progressively more distant since its discovery eighteen years ago.

As I stated before, xenolites are our principal source of information from a given xenocontinuum. A xenolite can take virtually any form, even human beings have been xenolites.

Mostly, however, they are tantalizing clues. Books and newspapers are frequent and valued xenolites, but they often contain obscure references which would lend greater meaning to their content if we knew what they were. Here is a list of some from various xenocontinua.

Lornberg's theorem
the Madagascar incident
the Netherlands war
Homer's muffin stated so clearly by Thompson,...
the Age of Wit
the Handrail theory
the Felton manuscript
the Doghunt of '35
fly-swatter diplomacy
cold combustion engine
the "turning" of China
the "Holy Fish" position
outside limiter
digital candor
the missing county
the Geneva Convention
the Dead Sea scrolls
the Three Stooges
Rock & Roll
nuclear power
invisible reweaving
World War II
silly putty
The "G" spot
spin doctoring
the Cleveland Amphora
the edict of Barney Schroder
sluce rate tax
hover control
the Federal Chicken
the Horban Kingdom
Zero Plowing
zoned phase power production
Krellburgh's Jest
the Mantle of Fronden
adjusted freewheel policy
These are just a taste of some of the things that are yet to be figured out by researchers. There are some xenocontinua that are quite distant indeed, where for instance, life evolved differently on the Earth. There are even a few where the physical laws of nature are not as they are for us. Xenolites from such continua tend to be quickly destroyed by even existing in our world, but a favored few can be kept under controlled conditions.

The object known as the "bloop" (X-009603-1) appears to be four (or perhaps five) dimensional. Although it has the quality of size, it does not have a particular size. It may or may not be animal, vegetable or mineral. It can be seen, but its image on film does not correspond to the way it appears to the eye. It reflects light in a forth, previously unknown primary color. Its weight changes depending upon which of its surfaces it is resting on. It seems to have no inside or outside as we understand them. The object was obtained as the result of the explosion of an overloaded Mollot cell during a very high energy probe. Nothing else from its home xenocontinuum has ever been recovered.

The very first xenolite was what has come to be known as the "Ticonderoga pencil" (X-000001) and is in the University museum in Mulweeno. The largest xenolite ever recovered was 100 cubic yards of earth (X-000281-4) from X-9-G during a power test.

False Xenolites

To further confuse matters, there is the phenomenon of "false xenolites" which seem to be psyonic constructs having nothing to do with a contacted xenocontinuum. False xenolites have included, a human fecal bolus which smelled strongly of roses (FX-000226), an American quarter dollar piece struck from sharp Cheddar cheese (FX-000048), a tango record which glows in the dark (FX-000530), a copper ingot with the word "unless" inscribed on it (FX-000912), a set of false teeth made entirely of bologna sausage save for one gold tooth (FX-005460) and an inside-out tomato (FX-000018). We now believe that these objects originate in the interstices between xenocontinua.

It is known to science as the "Alladin's Lamp" effect.

An operator of parallel resonant field apparatus probes with a sense of expectation of encountering an object, making a wish, as it were. The focus falters for an instant and the xenocontinuum is lost even as the transfer process has begun and a transmission of "flux" from between the worlds takes place instead. This flux manifests itself as matter, energy or some combination of the two, as in the very first false xenolite, the eternally vibrating doorknob (FX-000001). This common brass knob has never ceased emitting a 74 cycle hum since the day it appeared.

False xenolites may only be obtained by accident. No attempt to create one has ever succeeded The discipline of studying these objects is called pseudoxenology and is so baffling a science, that a degree in it has never been awarded to anyone in spite of intensive work in this field. It has been suggested that this is the only hard science in which the scientific method cannot be used. Personally, I do not hold with this view but I admit that much remains unknown.

Mollot's Discovery

The technology which made this research possible emerged in the first decade of the twentieth century. Starting in 1902, Alexander Rodman Mollot, working from ideas devised by Valdmar Poulsen, built the first static gravity focus matrices, better known as "Mollot cells". The original concept was to create a solid state device which would amplify a radio signal. No one was as surprised as him when the completed device did nothing to the radio signal. He abandoned the unsuccessful device to explore other avenues of research when he noticed that it didn't weigh the same as it had at the time of its fabrication. There were forces at work here of which he knew nothing at all.

Through trial and error, Mollot started to create equipment which would be able to both quantify and utilize the peculiar forces generated in the device which he now referred to as the Mollot cell. This was the first primitive parallel resonant field translator. The little machine would produce a region around itself which appeared to be blurred and indistinct as if there was an area in which one could only see double. The device used no electricity but rather used the induced energy produced from the Mollot cell's interaction with the highly polished "phase plate". Mollot hoped that with the cell now controlled he would have discovered an anti-gravity device.

Within seconds of activating the device for the first time, he dropped a pencil on to the phase plate, knocking it out of alignment and deactivating the machine. It wasn't until hours later that he noticed that a transformation had taken place. He was jotting down some notes on a napkin at a local diner when he saw that the pencil which had had printed on its side, as so many do, St. Edmundsburgh, NA, this one now said, Ticonderoga, NY. The standard Dixon pencil was, then as now, made in St. Edmundsburgh, never at this upstate New York town with the hard to pronounce name. He called stationary stores all over town to find out if they had heard of such a pencil. None had.

Back in the lab at night he dropped a bottle cap from the Regal Cola he had with dinner into the field, when he examined it he read the name "Dr. Pepper". It was the first intentionally obtained xenolite (X-000002).

Demonstrations of this peculiar effect had enough impact on the president of the Dilmount Institute that Mollot was allowed to set up his own department to research this phenomenon. This department became the Institute for Parallel Studies.

Exploration of the Xenocontinua

What we came to know about the various xenocontinua was realized slowly. Originally they were numbered in order of discovery, but a more useful system of numbering based on "distance" from our own world was introduced in 1905. A few of them are as follows. More distant xenocontinua are known by only sparse evidence and difficult to name as a result. We visualize these clusters of xenocontinua as a series of bands which are given region numbers.

Because the previously discussed xenocontinua constitute the first region, the region beyond these is known as the second region. In this region we find worlds where civilization emerged much later and in our time humanity has risen no higher than ancient Summer.

In the third region humanity remains in the wilds or has not even evolved in exactly the same way that it has here.

In the forth region, which includes over a thousand worlds, humans never appeared on the Earth. In a few clusters of these worlds some other creature rose to the estate of civilization. Interpreting xenolites from this region is highly speculative and the opportunity for error is great.

In the fifth region mammals never evolved. In a few continua in this region we find truly alien life on Earth.

In the sixth region life never emerged from the oceans or failed to evolve altogether.

In the seventh region the Earth formed differently or at a different distance from the sun or not at all.

The eighth and ninth regions are distinguished by differences in solar evolution including variants like the sun forming as a double star or a white dwarf.

The tenth region is very hard to figure out because there is no matter in our part of the galaxy. It extends for at least one million xenocontinua.

The Eleventh region has no matter at all but is very energetic. Light goes slightly faster here. Beyond these regions there are large gaps in sampling. Entire regions are identified based on only single or fragmentary contacts. The object known as the "bloop" is believed to originate in a xenocontinuum somewhere in the twenty-eighth region. It is the most distant stable xenolite ever recovered.

Functions of Parallel Fields

Parallel fields can be visualized as shifting domains which act as a kind of "package" for our particular reality. I have illustrated this as a nested set of currents. This field impregnates and serves as the skeleton of our universe (fig.1). The standard state of the field is counter rotating and is referred to as "bipolar".

Figure 1: a bipolar field.

A parallel resonant field translator will, in its initializing state, "translate" the field into a "unipolar" state where gravity is rendered intermittent (fig.2). There are also "omnipolar" fields which are unstable and tend to dismantle matter for as long as they exist (fig.3). Some accidents in early researches have been blamed on these fields.

Figure 2: a unipolar field.

Figure 3: an omnipolar field.

A Mollot cell by itself will cause distortion in a parallel field (fig.4), but that distortion is limited without part of the cell's static gravity charge being bled off to a focusing surface known as a "phase plate". This, along with a tiny amount of power, becomes a simple Parallel Resonant Field Translator, or PRFT, as they are popularly known.

Figure 4: a parallel field.

A simple one can be used for lab demonstrations in gravity and illustrations of the parallel field. One with higher potential will precipitate a linkage to another field, another xenocontinuum. An active PRFT will exist in a spatially indeterminate state. If the field strength is raised to encompass a large Molott cell distortion enough area, some of what was in that area may remain in a different xenocontinuum when the PRFT is brought to a resting state. A diagram of the event (fig.5) will show the fields intersecting or touching on their periphery, and this is in fact a useful way to visualize the process for those who use it, however, other models have been used to illustrate what happens in these events.

Figure 5: field intersection.

The comparison has also been made to a distant focus lens being used to observe a forest several miles away. Only one line of trees will be able to be brought into focus at one time but they are all part of the same forest and all exist as part of one environment.

Representation of Phenomena

It is important to understand that the way a phenomenon is described is not the phenomenon itself. This can be wonderfully illustrated by the differences in atomic theory on various xenocontinua.

In our world, conventional wisdom holds that the atom, matter's fundamental particle is a reflection of the intrinsic field of the universe as a whole, a direct translation of the macroscopic to the microscopic. Unraveling these fields creates instabilities which result in electro-magnetic forces. Matter as a function of space. We have found this to be a very successful model for understanding gravity and parallel fields.

In the X-7 xenocontinua, atoms are viewed as solid objects of specific shapes that can "stack" more easily one way than they do another. They have devised a stunningly complex array of shapes on the periodic table of elements and the system has worked amazingly well to describe chemical reactions and for predicting the behavior of both new compounds and new elements.

Scientists on the X-12 xenocontinua have a view of the atom as a complex machine of wheels within wheels. A dense "nucleus" is surrounded by an "electron cloud" which is solely responsible for all electro-chemical effects. The nucleus is supposedly an extraordinarily complex system of particles of diverse properties which are themselves supposed to be constructed from a plethora even smaller and more exotic particles. In spite of this model's almost overwhelming complexity, it is capable of explaining, although not terribly elegantly, all the phenomena associated with radioactivity.

In some of the X-18 xenocontinua, the fundamental division of matter is not viewed as a particle of any kind but rather as an energy fielld rather like ball lightning. All are seen as fundamentally identical but capable of being "impressed" with the "identity" of an element.

These are just a few of the myriad of atomic theories found outside of our science. I have only discussed, by the way, theories that actually serve as a functional explanation for behaviors that have in turn yielded principals by which knowledge can be extended. I have included no magical or religious views. The point of this discussion is to explain that the conventional representation of the Parallel Resonant Field is not the only way in which it can be represented. It is diagrammed in this fashion as a convenient way to show certain of its properties.

Parallel Field Behavior

Xenocontinua, as seen from the vantage point of our world, appear distorted. It is a kind of compression as if they were two-dimensional. The circular paths illustrated by the arrows are known as "flux rings". Those paths are not restricted to two dimensions and they are very flexible. Flux rings are actually observed as the so called "banding" effect seen in the vicinity of an operating PRFT. These are, of course, an effect of minute gravity differentials. When the static gravity of a field is raised above a certain potential, flux rings will start encompassing other xenocontinua (fig.6).

Figure 6: expanding flux ring.

When that potential has been reached, the phase plate of the apparatus must be positioned in such a way that it can be brought into phase with the flux rings of a neighboring field. When this is achieved, the fields are in a state of parallel resonance. The area encompassed by the field becomes common to both continua. Reaching more distant xenocontinua requires parallel probe much higher energies. The unfolding flux regions are much trickier to handle and difficult to diagram which is why it can be so hard to correctly identify very distant parallel regions (fig.7).

Figure 7: high energy parallel probe.

Finally, there have been discovered regions of conjoined xenocontinua with ever shifting historical particulars (fig.8).

Figure 8: naturally conjoined fields]

These xenocontinua abound in, so called, "psychic" phenomena. Such continua by nature are very close, perhaps in the process of budding to form new worlds. A person in such a xenocontinuum may think he knows a fact perfectly only to find one day that it never happened. Xenolites appear and vanish with regularity. It is believed that continua cannot exist in such a state for too long. One could imagine that science would never develop in a xenocontinuum of this sort if it stayed conjoined permanently. The philosophy that the world was knowable or understandable would be laughed at heartily by the inhabitants of such a world.

And so here presented for the intelligent layman is the barest outline of the physics of parallel fields. For further reading, I would recommend "Parallel Realms" by Vladimir K. Ulianov and Guido F. L. Romanelli.


Valdmar Poulsen

The Danish inventor who also devised magnetic recording.
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