by Dr. Corrado Malanga

July 21, 2005
translation by Daniele Favaro

from CorradoMalangaWetpaint Website


An extensive scientific literature clearly and irrefutably shows that Transcendental Meditation modifies the external parameters related to the events concerning the sphere of Space-Time-Energy, that is the “virtual reality”.


There are cases of healing of people who were meditating on their condition and who had constantly, day after day, visualized the break down of the sickness itself:

a classical example of Transcendental Meditation which modifies something that the present science cannot modify.

Many of the miraculous events, events that were so considered by religions, would be only strong changes of the probability of future events, which gets to be changed radically by the “wave of will”, that may be unconsciously activated by the meditation with a religious background.


The mass effect would be fundamental, since these healing seem to be easier to happen when a lot of people is "praying", as it happens during some mass reunion of religious fanatics.

Mr. Silvano Fuso, from CICAP (Comitato Italiano per il Controllo delle Affermazioni sul Paranormale - the Italian Committee to Control the Statements about Paranormal) actually states:

If we take into consideration the instances of spontaneous remission of a tumor (incurable tumors, author's note), science does not presently have a convenient explanation, but this doesn't mean that it won't be able to find it in the future.


Actually, this subject, which deals with spontaneous remission represents a big challenge that may lead science to a remarkable progress.


If we would be able to understand the causes which lead as an example, to the spontaneous regression of a tumor, probably we would also be able to find an adequate therapy. People who just shout about miracles definitely give little contribution to the wellbeing of the community.


The most credible theories expressed by medical science about the spontaneous regressions are linked to the working of the immune system. In spite of the great progress made in this field, the mechanisms which determine our immune defense are still largely unknown.


Particularly the relationships between the immune system and the psycho-emotional conditions are largely shrouded in mystery.

(E. Sternberg e P. Gold, “II corpo, la mente e la malattia”, in “I Farmaci - dalla natura alle biotecnologie”, Le Scienze Quaderni, n. 102, Milano1998)

The fact that these relationships do exist has been shown by now beyond all doubt.

Even Physics starts to fit in this picture: in 1982 a research team from the University of Paris, which was directed by Alain Aspect, run an experiment which might reveal itself to be the most important one of the twentieth century.

Aspect and its team actually discovered that some subatomic particles, as the electrons, are able in particular conditions to communicate instantaneously between themselves, independently from the distance which separates them, whether it is 10 yards or 10 billion miles. It is as if every single particle exactly knows what all the other particles are doing.

This phenomenon can be explained only in two ways:

either Einstein's theory, which excludes the possibility of communicating faster than the speed of light needs to be considered wrong, or the subatomic particles are connected non-locally.

Since the majority of physicist denies that it is possible to go faster than the speed of light, the hypothesis which is more credible is that Aspect's experiment is the proof that the link between subatomic particles is actually non-local.

But what does this mean? Simple: that the Universe is a vast (vast according to our measure - editor's note) hologram.

David Bohm, well-known physicist from the University of London and recently deceased, maintained that Aspect's discoveries implied that there is no objective reality. ven if the Universe apparently seems solid, it is in fact a phantom, a gigantic hologram (gigantic according to our measure - editor's note) and wonderfully detailed.


the parts and the whole in one image. Different levels of consciousness, different realities.

Bohm was convinced that the reason why the subatomic particles remain in contact, independently from the distance which separates them, resides in the fact that their separation is an illusion.


He maintained that, on some deeper level of reality, those particles are not individual entities but they are extensions of the same fundamental "being".

In a holographic Universe even time and space would not be basic principles. Since concepts like locality are broken in a Universe where nothing is really separated from the rest, even time and three-dimensional space should be interpreted as simple projections of a more complex system.

At its deepest level reality is nothing but a sort of super-hologram in which past, present and future coexist simultaneously; this implies that, if we had the appropriate tools, one day we would be able to go in that level, but while using regressive hypnosis technique, we are already doing it!

Dr. Pribram believes that memories are non stored in the single neurons or in small clusters of neurons, but in the patterns of the nervous impulses, which intersects throughout the all brain, just like in the laser’s patterns which intersects over the whole area of the film fragment that contains the holographic image.


In this way the brain itself would work as an hologram and Pribram's theory would explain also in which way this organ is able to contain such a quantity of memories in a space that is so limited.


It has been calculated that our own specie's brain has the capacity to store, during an average lifetime, approximately 10 billions information and it has been discovered that even the holograms have an astonishing capacity to memorize; in fact while simply changing the angle by which two laser beams hit the photographic film, it is possible to accumulate billions of information in a single cubic centimeter of space, and also it is possible to correlate ideas and decode every type of frequencies.


If we presume that our brains work accordingly to holographic principles, it is easier to explain even our amazing capacity to quickly recover any information from the huge memory storage of our brain.


It is not necessary to skim through a sort of gigantic cerebral alphabetic file, because every fragment of information seem to be always instantaneously correlated with all the other ones: another peculiarity of holograms.

What we now consider as a miraculous healing could be, in fact, due to a change of the state of consciousness which is able to cause changes in the hologram of the body.

In the same way it could be that some controversial techniques of alternative healing, like visualization, are so effective because in the holographic domain of thought the images are actually real as much as the real world: the tangible world is a white canvas which is waiting to be painted on.

Even visions and other "experiences" of non ordinary reality can be easily explained if we accept the hypothesis of a holographic universe.


In his book "Gifts of Unknown Things," biologist Lyall Watson describes his encounter with an Indonesian shaman woman who, by performing a ritual dance, was able to make an entire grove of trees instantly vanish into thin air.


Watson relates that as he and another astonished onlooker continued to watch the woman, she caused the trees to reappear, then "click" off again and on again several times in succession.