Tuesday, December 06, 2005

The Fifth Access

Fifth Access is a new company under development that is seeking to make use of new modalities of consciousness generated by the twinned concepts of non-locality and hyperspace. There are a number of applications that might be made in the fields of metaphysics, political science, psychology, religion and morality using the concept of non-locality as a way of explicating the previously inexplicable. For example, Pneumopathology (a term coined by Eric Voeglin) can be applied to diseases of the spirit such as depression, despair and mania. The relationship of spirituality and mental health cannot be fully explained by current medical paradigms. These relationships can be explicated by understanding the continuity of all consciousness with spirit. Our ultimate identity is found in Divinity, and the identity that we owe to our relationship with the Divine generates what is called soul. The conditions of soul that we currently identity with various forms of unwellness at the physical level are a result of the disenfranchisement of that identity by belief systems, personal or traditional that are themselves deeply flawed. A booklet is currently available describing some apects of the Fifth Access. It is entitled, The Fifth Access: Cyber Therapy and Quantum Cyberdynamics by Sean O'Reilly

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