The remarkable images presented by StarVision Communications have captured the interest of a range of scientists and researchers involved in the exploration of consciousness. Here we profile two physicists who have actively examined our protocol and made public statements about their experiences and perspectives.
MARTY ROSENBLATT AND THE QUANTUM HOT DOG.
A physicist educated at UCLA, Marty Rosenblatt worked for 35 years in areas of high energy physics. His work included projects using computational techniques to address hypervelocity impact for NASA and nuclear weapons effects for the U.S. Department of Defense. Marty is currently the president of the Applied Precognition Project, an organization designed to explore, research, and apply logic and intuition/emotion to predict future event outcomes, enabling participants to evolve personally while contributing to the elevation of global consciousness. Website: https://www.appliedprecog.com/
Marty was introduced to Rick Miller’s photo project in June 2017 when Rick and his StarVision Communications associate, transformational psychic medium Marla Frees, attended the Applied Precognition Program in Las Vegas. Rick and Marla arrived with the intention of not only participating in the event, but also sharing some photographs with Marty and his wife Jane, Tom Campbell and his wife Pamela, and Tom’s My Big TOE (Theory of Everything; “MBT”) events team, Donna Aveni and Keith Warner. After a rousing day of presenters including Tom and remote-viewing pioneer Lyn Buchanan, Marty held a private group meeting in his hotel suite where the photos could be shared for the first time.
The reaction was more than could have been anticipated. The next night, Rick, Marla, Tom, Pamela, and Keith drove to a remote park outside the city to take photographs. One of the photos Pamela captured interestingly contained the letters “MBT.” This began an exploration with Tom and his team about how the photo process is conceivably an opportunity for consciousness to organize itself with the conscious observer who is taking the pictures.
On January 27, 2018, Marty and Jane Rosenblatt made a trip down to Carlsbad, California, to have dinner with Rick Miller and Marla Frees and take pictures. Marty had also prepared a remote viewing experiment that would involve the photos taken that night and the contents of the 10 flat, sealed mailers he brought along, envelopes similar to those used for FedEx. Marty indicated that each envelope contained one photo and instructed us that after he took photos, someone would then choose an envelope and hopefully one of the photos Marty took would have significant elements similar to the photograph in the envelope. Rick explained that they would be focusing the camera on the light of the star Sirius. He instructed Marty in the “Miller method” of taking the photos.
Marty took a series of 40 pictures. Marla sat at Rick’s computer and brought up Marty’s digital photos one at a time. As always, there was a great deal of excitement and curiosity in looking through the photographs as we saw all sorts of interesting elements in each one. Marla then realized that no one had chosen an envelope. No one knew what to look for among the photos on the computer because an envelope had not been selected and the photo inside had not been seen (see Rick, Marty, and Jane looking at the pictures in the photo below). Marla selected the second envelope from the top and Marty opened it. The picture showed two hot dogs in buns.
Marla and Rick realized that the second photograph Marty took was different from all the rest. It did indeed have elements of the envelope photo. Being the expert remote viewer and analyzer Marty is, he recognized the structure and details of the second picture was in fact as close to a hotdog in a bun than we could possibly have gotten, other than having two! Everyone was dumbfounded.
Below right is the hot dog photo from the sealed envelope in the experiment. In the center is the SVC-protocol photo taken by Marty Rosenblatt during the experiment.
Rick then alerted us to something we discussed at dinner earlier that night before stepping outside to take pictures. Marty and Rick talked about the recent stock offering released by To The Stars (TTSA), a film and media company founded by rock musician/entrepreneur/UFO enthusiast Tom DeLonge, who gained access to UFO information from federal agencies. Rick commented that in the stocks’ SEC filings/disclosures, he found a reference to a company that Tom Delong was including in the financial section that involved a financial loss from a company that Tom Delong and his wife previously owned. Rick thought this was a strange item in the filings, mostly due to the name of the company and its area of businesses.
The name of the company, which during dinner had no significant meaning since we had not yet taken pictures or selected one of the 10 sealed envelopes, was a stunner: “Our 2 Dogs”—named for a hot dog stand!
This fact knocked the experiment on its head.
That’s the nature of taking StarVision pictures. Scientists and others find it a fascinating, thought-provoking experience. The implication that the process is a new way for consciousness to manifest itself individually creates an exciting new track for consciousness research.
"Consciousness continues to amaze me. SVC is an exciting, new exploration of consciousness, and—it’s fun!"
"This is an amazing phenomenon! I am trying to integrate it into my view of reality. It blows my mind.”
A lifelong applied physicist, Tom Campbell began a parallel career in the early 1970s researching altered states of consciousness with Bob Monroe (author of Journeys Out of the Body, Far Journeys, and The Ultimate Journey) at Monroe Laboratories where he and a few others were instrumental in getting Monroe’s laboratory for the study of consciousness up and running.
In 2003, Campbell published the My Big TOE (Theory of Everything) trilogy (MBT), which represents the results and conclusions of over 30 years of scientific exploration into the nature of consciousness and existence. This overarching model of reality, mind, and consciousness explains the paranormal as well as the normal, places spirituality within a scientific context, solves a host of scientific paradoxes, and provides direction for those wishing to personally experience an expanded awareness of All That Is. Campbell’s most recent quantum physics experiments, published in 2017, are currently being performed at California Polytechnic University. Website: http://www.tomcampbell.info/
As noted in Marty Rosenblatt’s story above, Tom’s interest in StarVision Communications began during his trip to Las Vegas to speak at the Applied Precognition Program event in June 2017. As shown below, one photo taken by Tom’s wife, Pamela Knight, on the night the group gathered to take pictures through Rick Miller’s process contains the letters “MBT,” the abbreviation of Tom’s book, My Big Toe (Theory of Everything) as well as the name of his workshop/presentations/events enterprise.
In the video below, Donna Aveni of MBT events interviews Tom, who describes his view of how the StarVision Communications protocol and its results are yet another way for the “Larger Consciousness System” (LCS) to organize itself as personally meaningful information.
Right: A photo taken by Tom Campbell's wife, Pamela Knight, that contains the letters “MBT,” the abbreviation of Tom's book, My Big Toe (Theory of Everything) and his workshop/presentations/events organization.
“WE KNOW THAT THE LARGER CONSCIOUSNESS SYSTEM (LCS) WANTS TO WAKE PEOPLE UP TO THE IDEA THAT REALITY IS BIGGER AND DEEPER THAN YOU THOUGHT. IT IS MUCH MORE THAN THE PHYSICAL." —TOM CAMPBELL
From Tom Campbell's MBT Team:
Nudges and messages from the LCS (Larger Consciousness System) come in various ways for the individual, one of which is through StarVision Communication's (SVC) extraordinary starlight protocol.
The SVC's discovery and protocol provide digital images of starlight that are a very dramatic example of this nudging, messaging aspect of consciousness because it shows thousands of documented results meant for the individual observer, but more interestingly and importantly, results that all can observe through photo images.
The highly organized information, in this case, images of faces, symbols, letters, numbers, and characters, is captured for the photo-taking individual consciousness.
Rarely, if ever, do we get glimpses of another’s personal experience. We can only get a description of the experience from the experiencer.
But with StarVision Communications’ starlight protocol, these messages are available for all to see. Even if the images or messages are not for them personally, the images themselves are evidentiary of consciousness at work.
Perhaps the time is right for more people to be open to a larger reality?