world that I have lucid dreams? No, it’s an internal phenomenon. A scientist is trained to keep himself outof the experiment, therefore he is not allowed to lucid dream himself to get the proof, rather he can merely measure and observe someone who claims to be. In that case, he will never get the proof he needs.The same goes for synchronicity, shaping your thoughts and feelings to shape what experiences you attract,etc… where proof can only be found through personal experience. I have enough experience in these mattersto be convinced that this stuff is real. And the anecdotes of others I consider plausible if they are trustworthy individuals of sound mind and I cannot find probable reason for their being mistaken. Maybe the theory is wrong, but the observations upon which they are based are real. And the observations themselves arecounter-examples to what Academia considers possible, therefore I have personal proof that there is moreto reality than the secular authorities admit. As for my education, I did four years of undergraduate physics and electrical engineering. Regarding theidea of thoughts and emotions projecting outside us and directly shaping the probability distribution of immediate probable futures, that gets into the more exotic aspects of quantum physics and electrodynamicsnot discussed in textbooks but supported by a larger collection of indirect evidence. The works of physicistDavid Bohm and Rupert Sheldrake come to mind here. In court of law, indirect evidence can settle cases if there is enough of it despite no single piece being hard proof. Same here, if all that’s considered is what youhave seen with your own eyes or published in some textbook, your world view will be limited to the size of amatchbox. Critical thinking helps stitch things together, but the energy and time required to do a good jobdiscourages people who prefer structuring their beliefs on what is convenient rather than what is true.
How do you know you’re not spreading disinformation?
The best I can do is act on my intuition and logic, keeping what rings true and is logically sound until something bettercomes along. Rather than look for what’s right with an idea, I focus on what’s wrong with it because disinformation is alot of truth with a little bit of lies and looking for the lies is therefore the proper procedure to follow. Sure, it’s not a failsafemethod, but I correct mistakes as soon as they reveal themselves.
Some articles contradict each other, what gives?
Older articles are less accurate than new ones, and so they may contradict the new ones. I’m working on gettingeverything up to date and consistent.
Why should I believe anything you say?
It’s not a matter of believing, but of discerning for yourself what’s true. The articles on this site are not to be memorizedmechanically, but rather used as a collection of ideas to inspire independent thinking and discovery. As far as material onthis site goes, accept only what rings true, what you haven’t thought of yet, and what correlates with your own observations.This site is like a buffet, not a spoon feeding.
What’s with the name “Montalk”?
My real name is Tom. “Montalk” is an online handle, a play upon the word “Montauk”. I have no connections with theMontauk Project, and chose the name only because it was a tongue-in-cheek way of indicating the conspiracy angle of thissite. It was also one of the few names left on hotmail that hadn’t been taken when I signed up for an email account.