I have only recently been introduced to the work of this brilliant writer and investigator, David Wilcock (who reputedly is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce). But I have greatly enjoyed reading his book.
The book is a masterpiece, a bringing together of centuries' or more work of delving into the mysteries of the universe, understandings about consciousness, energy, physics, time, space and so forth, combined with Wilcock's own original thinking and understandings.
The "Source Field" is Wilcock's phrase for what Gregg Braden has termed the "Divine Matrix", and what Lynne McTaggart simply calls the "Field", that is, the energy behind everything, the entire Cosmos. Some may call it God. I personally experience it as pulsating Love.
This is a colossus of a book, comprising over 500 pages. So make sure you have plenty time at your disposal before tackling it.
In the preliminary chapter we're informed or reminded of Cleve Backster's experiments proving the mutual connection of all life: it is not pleasant to boil an egg or even chew your raw food subsequent to reading these revelations - eggs "scream" when one of the others is dropped into boiling water, and even the cells in raw food "scream" when eaten, However, it is apparently helpful to the "victims" to pray over them before consumption (as I already do, thankfully).
The pineal gland and third eye are dealt with at length, ancient knowledge of their significance being presented.
Wilcock discusses remote viewing, healing the world by healing yourself, the precession of the eqinoxes - "a 25, 920 year wobble in the Earth's axis", and the building and purposes of the Great Pyramid. I had no idea it was so huge! Also its diagonals (the distance from one corner, over the top and down to the other corner - 25,826.4 pyramid inches) is "remarkably close" to modern calculations of the true length of the precession of the equinoxes in years.
In a fascinating chapter the author educates us about pyramid power and the Russian experiments carried out by Dr. Golod in the 17 pyramids constructed within Russia and the Ukraine completed in 2001; by 2010 more than 50 pyramids were built world-wide. A significant feature of these pyramids was their use of "non-conductive materials without a single metal element". The results of these experiments suggest that pyramid technology and its offshoots could save the world and "substantially improve our physical, mental and spiritual health along the way".
In one study a simple drug to help people fight viruses was made 3,000 percent more powerful when stored in a pyramid for a few days. Moreover, a simple placebo sample of 40 percent glucose in distilled water, after being stored in a pyramid, saved twenty premature babies that otherwise almost certainly were going to die. Groups of laboratory mice given a strain of the typhoid fever virus had 60% survival when kept in a pyramid.
The book gets more and more fascinating with each chapter. The results of new experiments involving spontaneous generation in sterile environments are revealed, together with ones changing one species to another (even more astonishing!).
The most interesting/fascinating section of the book for me was that entitled "Time and Space". Time/Space does not permit me to go into this (Ha, ha!) but much amazing material is presented about the flow of time, and details are given of experiments showing how time can be speeded up/slowed down, enabling levitation and flight.
Immense vistas are opened up in this second section involving time, sacred geometry (exact correlations between the orbits of Earth and the other planets in our solar system and beyond), the Maya calendar, "time slips, time warps and vortex phenomena". Wilcock distinguishes between space-time (the dimension presenting our normal view of reality) and time-space, the other (higher?) dimension into which we sometimes are catapulted.
This is one of the most exciting and mind-expanding books I have read in recent years, or ever. The facts and information presented are astounding but the material is exceedingly scientific, of course, and the book is thus mentally challenging, particularly for one such as myself unversed in science. However, I was not deterred, for Wilcock writes clearly, simply and intelligently.
Please read this book if you wish to be thus challenged, informed and mind-expanded.