Purpose of the RPK Experiment

(Updated May 22, 2013)
The blog posts below are a running account of an experiment that began on August 14, 1965. It has taken this long to get it this simple and for technology to be available.

The present design is a descendant of the 1980s "PK Party" (spoon bending) developed by Jack Houck. Its purpose is to experience and explain the phenomenon of remote psychokinesis and to understand its uncertainties.

We are attempting to produce an NCR (non-consensus reality) event in a CR (consensus reality) frame of reference in order to learn how to apply what physicist/psychologist Arnold Mindell calls The Edge between Physics and Psychology in his seminal work Quantum Mind, published in 2000. We believe that this process will lead us to a more mature understanding of our physical and psychological capabilities, which will in turn help us develop deeper social responsibility for our planet in terms of raising our individual and collective awareness. We believe that this will help transform societal attitudes from ideological needs to subdue, dominate or control each other or other beings of all kinds (animate and inanimate). We believe that this can happen only by partnering and supporting each other in raising our mutual awareness in creative ways.


Monday, February 21, 2011

Beyond Five Senses

Joyce Libutti


Posted: 21 February 2011;
Updated: 10 May 11

Some weeks ago (before Christmas) my son James in Santa Fe lent me a DVD entitled "Beyond 5 Senses" produced and directed by Joyce Libutti. I did not view it until late January and was surprised to learn that it contained the kind of direct ET contact experience that originally interested me in spring 1965.

Joyce Libutti's two films, plus two subsequent telephone conversations with her, presented me with the kind of contact experience that I had been looking for since those days at General Atomic. Joyce graciously agreed to explore the RPK Experiment with me and, after acquainting her with the biofeedback setup and her initial attempt to move one of the objects while we talked on the phone, she made a few suggestions for change, which have yet to materialize.


Not long after this and subsequent conversations, I recalled a nearly forgotten experience in the early 1970s when I made the acquaintance of Dan Fry, who lived in Merlin, Oregon, not far from where I was then living in a forest near Medford. Here is a website: http://danielfry.com/daniels-writings/white-sands-incident/. Dan was a gentle, unassuming man and willing to talk to me about my experiment. Back in those days I was still focused on hardware, electrical connections and physical shielding from external force fields. Since Dan was an electrical technician (not a scientist as publicists made him out to be), he was interested in sketching various electrical circuits to consider. But he had a personal problem that I soon became aware of. After his experience at White Sands in 1950 and its subsequent publicity, he acquired an ambitious wife who married him because of his new found fame rather than a personal relationship. Unfortunately for him, she was more interested in exploiting his fame for personal glamour and comfort rather than encouraging his teaching and scientific reflections. Theirs was a strange liaison and my visits became complicated. We soon lost contact. Joyce's DVDs triggered this memory.