“The theory postulates that the human brain is able to create a hypercomplex field of interactions that are the result of the activation of all its neuronal elements. This interaction matrix is called the “neuronal field.” One of the effects of its activation is the unification of neuronal activity. It is postulated that the neuronal field produces a distortion in the basic space—time structure and the reality of our percepts is the perception of this distortion. For the neuronal field to be activated a structure as complex as the brain is needed. This field is responsible for the interactions between brains produced in emphatic non-verbal communication. Consciousness is closely connected to the neuronal field. The postulates discussed are supported by the evidence from psychophysiology and the new physics.”
From Ideas About a New Psychophysiology of Consciousness: The Syntergic Theory by Jacobo Grinberg-Zylberbaum, Ph.D.
Jacobo Grinberg -Zylberbaum was a controversial neurophysiologist who mysteriously disappeared after taking his work on syntergic theory public. The theory was based on Grinberg ‘s alleged experiments with a psychic healer named Pachita. Blown away by her miracle-working, he tried to apply the scientific method to what he was seeing and came up with syntergic theory.
To test this theory, he started running psi experiments in the lab; specifically telepathy experiments and telekinesis experiments. This video about telepathy experiments analyzes some of what he learned, as well as what the CIA declassified about syntergic theory in 2001. If you are interested, explore more of Jacobo Grinberg’s experiments here.
- 00:00 – 1:00 Intro
- 1:00 – 2:40 Jacobo Grinberg & Pachita
- 2:40 – 3:56 What is syntergic theory?
- 3:56 – 9:37 The CIA declassified document (https://www.cia.gov/readingroom/docs/…)
- 9:37 – 11:26 Exp. 1: The Relationship Between Empathy & Telepathy
- 11:26 – 12:31 Exp. 2: Third Eye Activation & Telepathy
- 12:31 – 14:35 Exp. 3: Meditation & Telepathy
- 14:35 – 16:01 Exp. 4: Telekinesis Experiment
- 16:01 – 17:15 Conclusion