Straight Talk on Ascension by Suzanne Lie, January 15th

Straight Talk on Ascension–2016 to 1980′ to 2016 Suzanne Lie


Straight Talk on Ascension

2016 to 1980’s to 2016

The Past We Forget, Returns as Our Future ~ Part 1

Suzanne Lie 

The energy is VERY HOT right now. By “hot” we mean “HOT” as in electronics because you are experiencing an ever-increasing frequency rate of your neural synapses. The reason why your synapses are firing at a higher frequency is because your consciousness is resonating to a higher frequency/dimension.

In fact, your states of consciousness are beginning to match the frequencies of higher light that are penetrating and transmuting all your neural synapses.

In your human state of consciousness, there are three major categories:

Unconscious Mind—alpha and delta waves—fourth dimensional self

Conscious Mind—beta waves—third dimensional self

Super-conscious Mind—gamma waves—fifth dimensional self and beyond

You are becoming increasingly aware of the ever-expanding waves of transformational light. This “Higher Light” resonates to such a high frequency that it is beginning to activate the 97% “junk DNA” that is latent within your human body.


I am posting this information, which is at very end of my site, because it is the NOW to bring this information that was discovered in the early 1980s and was forgotten or hidden. Also, our minds were not as open to this kind of information then…

In the 1980s, science started to support the theory that our reality is a hologram. Scientific research documented by Stanislav Grof M.D., in The Holotropic Brain, and by Michael Talbot, in The Holographic Universe concluded that our brains and the universe are holographic in nature.

In other words, reality is a holographic projection, and we are the projector that receives the holographic film, processes it with our holographic brain, and projects it onto our screen of life. According to these theories, the third dimension is a projected illusion, and the physical reality only exists through our perceptions.

In order to create a hologram, a single laser beam is split into two separate beams. The first beam is bounced off the object that is to be recorded, and the second beam is recorded in a mirror and allowed to collide with the reflected light of the first beam. Then the interaction of the two beams is recorded on a piece of film called a holographic plate.

When the film is developed, it appears as a meaningless swirl of light and dark lines until the developed film is illuminated by a third laser beam. At that point, a three-dimensional image of the original object appears.

To clarify, we can imagine that we are all sitting in a movie theater. In this analogy, the holographic projection is much like the lights we see streaming from the back of the movie theater onto the movie screen in front of us. If there were no screen, or even a wall, to trap the light, the movie would remain streams of light traveling through space. Also, if we were not in the theater, we would not see the movie.

The difference between life and this analogy is that we are not only the audience sitting in the theater, we are also the projector, the light streaming through the theater, as well as the screen upon which the light is projected. Our senses capture the interference patterns of light that are projected into our reality, whether we are awake or asleep.

Then, our third-dimensional and extended preceptors pull the light through complicated filters in our holographic brain so that we can project the interference patterns of light onto the screen of our life. They then appear as the pictures, sounds, sensations, and smells that create our reality. We can choose our reality by selecting the film (light) for any movie (reality) that we desire to experience.

However, we must show up at the movie theater (open our perceptions) so that our holographic brain can accept the patterns of light interference, translate them into the third-dimensional illusions of our reality, and project them out into the movie of our third-dimensional life. To experience this movie, we must be at the theater to see, hear, smell, touch, and taste with our appropriate sensors and run that neural information through the universal translator of our holographic brain.

Furthermore, the translation of the same screen of life (movie) will differ with each individual holographic brain according to that person’s history of similar neural information. For example, if we live in Los Angeles, California, we would likely experience a holographic projection of ice as ice cubes; whereas an Inuit (Eskimo) may think of ice as an emergency home.

Our state of consciousness at the time of our perception also dictates our personal translation of the same movie (event). If our consciousness is primarily Beta brainwaves, for example, we may think of ice as something we could use to cool our drink; whereas, if our consciousness is expanded to Alpha brainwaves, the ice could remind us of an ice sculpture we once saw or the last time we went skating.

In Theta brainwaves, ice may denote frozen water/emotions or it may remind us of the perils of the melting glaciers and the effect they will have on the planetary ecosystem. Either way, if we do not choose to focus the lens of our attention onto the screen, we will not even perceive the ice.

In other words, the reality we choose to perceive is the reality we live.

Our memory is also holographic and resides everywhere in our holographic brain. Furthermore, every segment of memory is related to and intertwined with every other segment of memory. We are actually united with the entire universe, but we can only perceive the frequency of reality that can move through our perceptual filter and into our holographic brain.

If our consciousness is limited to Beta brainwaves, our perceptual filter is limited to the third dimension, and we can only capture the holographic light that resonates to the frequency of our third-dimensional senses. On the other hand, when our consciousness (the filter of our perception) is expanded, we can capture a wider spectrum of interference light patterns.

With the expanded consciousness of our opened third eye, we widen our filter enough to capture light patterns ranging from the sub-atomic, quantum world to the fifth dimension and far beyond. With this perceptual filter, we realize that all the projected light, all the projectors, and all the realities are ONE, as we can see the connecting and overlapping subatomic particles of light.

In this way, we can deeply understand that no thing and no one is separate unless we narrow our perceptual filter to create the third-dimensional reality that we have been trained to perceive. The Beta brainwaves filter out the first-, second-, fourth-, and fifth-dimensional light, but as more and more we utilize our Alpha, Theta, Delta, and NOW Gamma brainwaves, our perceptions and our reality expands.

With our expanded brainwaves, we have access to perceptions that were once beyond our brain’s ability to receive and process. Our third-dimensional Beta Consciousness has long been limited to the narrow range of 90 to 174 cps. This range is a very small percentage of measurable light and sound, not to mention the light and sound that is not yet measurable by modern technology.

As we open our third eye and gradually regain our ability to access brainwaves that have formerly lain dormant, our perceptions will then expand, and we will be able to consciously perceive both higher and lower frequencies of light and sound. We will then have myriadpossible realties from which to choose to create our experience of life. This choice of perception is called entrainment.

When we strike a tuning fork, it will vibrate at a certain frequency. When we hold a second tuning fork close to the first one, it will vibrate at the same frequency. In other words, the first tuning fork entrains the second one.

Entrainment is the noun associated with the verb “entrain,” which means to pull along, or pull aboard. As another example, if many pendulum clocks were on the wall, and we erratically swung all of the pendulums at different speeds, over time, all the pendulums would become synchronized again. They would achieve entrainment.

Brainwave entrainment occurs when the frequency of our brainwaves gradually begin to emulate the rhythmic pattern, or frequency, of our inner and/or outer stimuli. Almost any frequency stimuli can be used to entrain our brainwaves—sound, light, touch, or anything the brain can perceive through physical and/or expanded senses. Hypnosis, and the resulting Alpha or Theta brainwaves, begins by focusing on slow breaths to entrain our mind to our inner processes.

Actually, within every moment, our brain (both biological rhythms and brainwaves) is entrained by our inner and outer environment. If we are walking through a beautiful countryside on a clear, sunny day, we will likely become calm, and our brainwaves will entrain to Alpha brainwaves. On the other hand, if we are stuck in traffic, our biological systems will become agitated, and our brainwaves will entrain to Beta brainwaves.

Of course, our inner world has a great influence on both of these events. If we are deathly afraid of snakes and are looking for one with every step of our countryside walk, our system will become agitated, and our brainwaves will entrain with Beta brainwaves.

Conversely, when we are stuck in traffic, if we calmly tell our self that all is fine, put on some relaxing music and decide to enjoy our time alone while we are driving, our system will calm down and we will entrain with Alpha brainwaves.

Our inner mental and emotional processing of each situation has much to do with our body’s reaction. In other words, our body will entrain itself to our thoughts and emotions. Our inner world also sets expectations for our outer perceptions.

For example, if while walking through the woods, we tell our self that we will see birds, our expectation will be to see birds. Hence, we will consciously or unconsciously search for and find birds. Conversely, if we tell ourselves that we will see trash, the same process will occur, and we will find trash.

If we are finding trash to clean up Mother Nature, we will likely feel good and entrain our consciousness with Alpha brainwaves. However, if we angrily comment on the slovenly nature of humanity while we stomp through the woods, we will definitely experience stress and entrain to Beta brainwaves.

Finding birds is a calming activity as we look up into the trees and listen intently for their call. However, if we become frustrated because we can’t find any birds, we will entrain the same Beta brainwave conscious as when we are driving in traffic.

On the other hand, if we could sit down, calm our minds, and enter into a meditative trance to entrain our consciousness to the resonance of Mother Nature, we would enter into Alpha or even Theta brainwaves.

At this point, if we could choose to expect to see the higher dimensions, we could expand our perceptions to see the Faeries who are nurturing each flower and plant, the Deva in the nearby tree, and the Angels, Elohim, and other higher dimensional beings observing our reality from the higher dimensions.

As we can see from these examples, our expectations, thoughts, and feelings create the reality that we choose to perceive and experience. Our expectations are greatly determined by our core beliefs. If we believe that reality is only what we can experience through our five physical senses, then the third dimension will be the only reality that we have to choose.

On the other hand, if we believe many other dimensional realities are hidden within or riding upon the third dimension, we can expect to see them, as well. Our expectation of these other realities will entrain our bodily systems to activate our extremely high and/or extremely low brainwaves to perceive other dimensional realities. Again, the reality we choose to perceive is the reality we choose to live.

An expectation to see a multidimensional reality entrains our consciousness to the expanded perceptions of our multidimensional consciousness. However, we have lived so long on third-dimensional Earth that our body Deva, our personal holder of form, expects to perceive stimuli from only the third dimension.

However, if we can remember to expect to find the higher dimensions interlaced with our mundane life, we will entrain our consciousness to brainwave patterns that allow that perception. For example, we can entrain our consciousness to the perspective of Gaia.


Two modern founders of the concept of holographic reality, in which everything is a projection from a level of reality beyond time and space, are University of London physicist and Einstein protégé David Bohm and Stanford University neurophysiologist Karl Pribram. Bohm and Pribram were independently working from two different directions but came to similar conclusions.

Bohm became convinced of the universe’s holographic nature after years of dissatisfaction with standard theories’ inability to explain all of the phenomena encountered in quantum physics. On the other hand, Pribram became convinced that our brains are holographic because of researchers’ inability to explain various neurophysiological puzzles.

Since then, the holographic model has been embraced by more scientists because it explains virtually all paranormal, mystical experiences as well as our expanded perceptions, known to many as ESP. In 1980, David Bohm wrote Wholeness and Implicit Order, in which he theorized that reality is not what is out there, but a representation of the frequencies of stimuli interpreted by the brain.

With a holographic model, we can widen our filter to perceive frequencies of stimuli that are not apparent to others. In 1985, Stanislav Grof, M.D., published his research stating that only a holographic model could explain such things as collective consciousness and experiences during altered states of consciousness.

Similarly, in 1982, Alain Aspect and his team at the University of Paris discovered that under certain circumstances, subatomic particles, such as electrons, are able to instantly communicate with each other regardless of distance. As a result, they concluded that a web of subatomic particles compose our physical universe and are the very fabric of our reality, which possesses an undeniable holographic property.

David Bohm believes that these subatomic particles are not a separate part of reality but instead an underlying unity that acts as a super hologram or matrix for every configuration of matter and energy.

On a human model, Pribram states that memory is not encoded in single neurons, or even small groups of neurons, but instead memory is stored in patterns of nerve impulses that crisscross the entire brain in the same way that light interference patterns crisscross in a hologram. With holographic perception, it is possible to record many different images in the same space simply by changing the angle at which the two lights strike the film.

In the same manner, an extreme amount of information can be stored in a small area. Could this mean that by our taking a new perspective, such as changing our consciousness, we are able to receive and compute enough new information to change our view of reality?

Everything is energy. Einstein definitively established this fact with his famous theorem E=MC2, which proved the interchangeability of matter and energy. Concerning matter, Einstein said, “We have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses.”

The ancient Hindus knew this truth back when they employed the term “maya,” which means illusion, to define our mistaken concepts of reality. Both the ancient spiritual text and modern scientific models state that energy, including matter, is simply perceptions that are dictated by the state of our consciousness.


Scientists could activate that DNA when they radiated it with a high enough frequency of light.

In 1987, at the same time that the holographic research was taking place, Malcolm Simons, M.D., immunologist and founder of Genetic Technologies in Australia, could not believe that evolution would be so wasteful as to make 97 percent of our DNA junk.

Simons discovered an order in this supposed “junk” DNA, and he believed that if there was an order, there was likely a function, as well. Now, as the human genome has become more accessible to scientists, even more researchers have begun to scrap the notion that 97 percent of our DNA has no purpose.

Richard Gerber, M.D., who practices cardiology, internal medicine, and interventional cardiology in Salinas, California, concluded in his book Vibrational Medicine that matter, including human cells, is actually “frozen light” (light that has slowed down in vibration and become solid).

Gerber’s book came out in the same month that a German book entitled Vernetzte Intelligenz, by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludor (translated by Barbel Mohr), was published. In this book, Fosar and Bludor documented extensive research done in Russia revealing the amazing relationship between junk DNA and light.

In the 1990s, the Russian researcher Vladimir Poponin developed a series of experiments to research the patterns of light in the controlled environment of a vacuum. Under the vacuum conditions, the light fell into a random distribution.

He then placed physical samples of DNA into the chamber and found that in the presence of genetic material, the patterns of the light particles shifted. The new pattern resembled waves as they crested and fell. This pattern remained even after the DNA was taken away.

Poponin believed that the DNA possessed a force that somehow influenced the light photon, even when the DNA was no longer present. This phenomenon was called the “Phantom DNA Effect.”

Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues, who were also doing junk DNA research, believed that the patterns of light in the vacuum caused by the DNA were actually magnetized wormholes. Somehow the DNA transformed the light into wormholes, which were still present after the DNA was removed.

These wormholes are the microscopic equivalents of the so-called Einstein-Rosen bridges theorized to exist in the vicinity of black holes (left by burnt-out stars)—tunnels through which light information can be transmitted outside space and time from different areas in the universe. Poponin, Garjajev, and other Russian scientists think that our junk DNA attracts bits of light information and passes them on to our consciousness. This inter-dimensional passage of information is titled “hyper-communication.”

These scientists surmised that energy from outside of space and time flows through these wormholes, and that the wormholes were activated by the existence of the DNA. If it was the DNA that actually opened these wormholes, is it possible that our very DNA is capable of receiving the subatomic light particles that make up the matrix of the “super hologram”?

There may be a “chicken or egg” situation where the subatomic light matrix can activate DNA wormholes, whereas at the same time, it is the activated wormholes that can perceive and accept the holographic picture of the subatomic light particles.

Russian researchers have also joined with linguists and geneticists to explore junk DNA. They found that junk DNA follows the rules of our human language. According to them, our junk DNA serves as data storage and communication. In exploring the vibrational behavior of DNA, Garjajev and his colleagues have found that living chromosomes function just like holographic computers.

These researchers modulated certain high-frequency patterns onto a laser ray to influence the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since our junk DNA and language share the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary. One can simply use words and sentences of human language to influence the DNA.

Garjajev believes that junk DNA in living tissue will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the higher frequencies are used to project the message. Garjajev’s research explains why affirmations, hypnosis, and the like can have a strong effect on humans and their bodies. They have further stated that the higher the individual’s consciousness, the less need there is for any type of laser device.

The holographic and junk DNA research reveals that humans are basically receivers floating through a sea of frequencies of light interference patterns. We choose to perceive, and hence create, our reality from the myriad possible realities that the super hologram projects from beyond time and space for us to receive through our personal portals (the wormholes).

Once we receive this light information, we process it through our holographic brain so that we can project our picture of reality into the physical world to be contributed to the collective and planetary consciousness. In this manner, we are all ONE being receiving ONE message through many different portals.


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