It’s very important to understand that the human brain does not think like some psychiatrists or skeptics believe. The mental decoder or cerebral cortex only “decodes the spiritual concepts.” Therefore, the brain is not a thinking organ, It would be something like comparing a computer with a person; obviously nobody would ever say that a computer “thinks.”
Medium: Jorge R. Olguin
Entity that came to dialogue: Kether (The Ancient of Days)
Interlocutor: Master, here I have a question that one of our followers asked me, he asks if a transplanted organ carries with it the engrams from the donor and they are transferred to the person who receives the organ.
Kether: The answer is negative. Engrams are related to the experience of the spirit, and that experience doesn't move to another spirit through organ donation. Since the experience is a part of the content of the engram, when the engram doesn’t have that experience it cannot be restimulated.
Interlocutor: Another question they asked me is if it’s better to cremate the dead bodies or directly bury them.
Kether: There are various worlds and different customs according to the times. In some of them, the bodies are directly buried, in others, they cremate them and all of them in very different ways, like the one you call “Viking funeral” or like the custom that some natives have to place the body at two meters from the ground, etc.
Interlocutor: Does that affect, somehow, to the spirit?
Kether: Not at all, because the spirit leaves the body instantly when it disincarnates at the moment the cortex stops working.
Interlocutor: Isn’t disincarnation gradual?
Kether: It wouldn’t make any sense. When the cortex, which is the part of the brain that transmits the concepts of the spirit to the body doesn’t work anymore, there is no reason that the spirit stays more time in that body.
Keep in mind that the reason that the spirit embodies is because the spirit has to learn a karmic lesson or because the spirits has a mission. For those reasons, it’s necessary a body and a cortex, which is what we call mental decoder, this decoder transmits the concepts. When the decoder doesn’t work anymore, the spirit automatically leaves that body.
Interlocutor: With this you are responding the question, thus, in a person that dies they can already remove the organs without he or she feels any pain at all.
Kether: Correct, I repeat it, the spirit leaves the body immediately, which means that the organ they are removing from a body is being transplanted into another body that houses another spirit, thus this spirit has the option to continue living incarnated.
Interlocutor: So, any delay in burying the body so that the spirit has the necessary time to leave the body is absurd then, I believe that people are used to wait three days.
Kether: That argument is nonsense.
Interlocutor: Now I get the idea perfectly. Where do the remains of a person go when he or she dies?
Kether: They stay in the habitat of each world.
Interlocutor: I didn't mean to the body but to other parts, for example the decoder.
Kether: All that is not spirit is matter and as such it stays in the physical plane. The mental decoder is also matter. The decoder is the cortex that transmits the concepts, like the transistors of a radio.
Interlocutor: Is the mental decoder the brain or just a part of the brain?
Kether: No, it is not the brain. The decoder is in the cerebral cortex which is a part of the brain. The cortex is formed by the grey matter which is found in all the bigger areas of the brain. The rest of the brain classifies memory for the physical part.
Keep in mind that the spirit – or “spiritual concept” because the spirit is concept - keeps memory, but the physical part of the brain also keeps memory to help the physical being to know one’s way around.
Interlocutor: Is the decoder maybe a subtler matter than the brain is, for example?
Kether: No, it is the same matter. The decoder is a neuronal transmitter. There are neurons as much in the brain as in the cortex, but the neurons in the cortex have the function of decoding the concepts.
Am I reading at this moment from my vessel the concept which we have already spoken about that the existence of the spirit is proven as a fact when they give a certain drug to a person, deemed as imbecile and automatically that person acquires new knowledge, and this new knowledge comes from the spirit, because if that person has not had those experiences. Where did he or she take them from?
The time will come in which science will be able to cure even to people with a very advanced autism, and these people will be even able to give speeches in conferences and scientists will wonder: How is it possible that they give speeches if their knowledge was limited since they were isolated?
Interlocutor: The idea is very clear.
Medium: Jorge Olguin.
Entity that came to dialogue: Albert Michelson physicist.
Albert Michelson: Hello! how are you?
Interlocutor: Good. Here Jorge has written down some questions for me that he wants to ask you.
Albert Michelson: You can start.
Interlocutor: The first question is: why is there no reincarnative memory in an embodied being?
Albert Michelson: The traditional answer is: Because it would surely cause engrams to the 10% incarnated " finding out” that in past lives he or she have went through experiences maybe too strong to assimilate them in the present incarnation.
Then, according to the law of incarnation, there is no reincarnative memory, except when one perceives a déjà vu when one is incarnated in some moment of one’s life, for which that person visualizes sometimes, like flashbacks or flashes, some past lives.
Interlocutor: That’s clear.
Albert Michelson: My answer, at scientific level, is the following: the mental decoder of an embodied being is limited. Although he or she can remember things of his or her childhood, like what he or she studied in primary school, secondary, etc. As a defense the physical decoder of the human being not only does erase the negative experiences - that can be implanted into the person in the reactive mind at cellular level as engrams , but rather he or she also erases at analytical level those experiences that are not in use anymore.
If it weren’t like this, the brain would not have enough physical space in the neuronal network for the memories of all the past lives.
Interlocutor: And in the spiritual part?
Albert Michelson: In the spiritual part it does because the spirit keeps the memories as a concept and the concepts in the supraphysical plane don’t occupy space.
Interlocutor: I understand, in the spiritual world the knowledge doesn't occupy space but the knowledge does occupy space recorded in the neurons.
Albert Michelson: Correct.
Interlocutor: What you say is very interesting!
Albert Michelson: Then, as well as you have a computer that has a certain capacity in its hard disk and it cannot record more information because it doesn't fit in it. In the same way, the brain of an embodied being could not keep all the information of so many past lives.
Interlocutor: The idea is clear. You, from your plane, Could you perceive Jorge's brain and my brain regarding to what percentage we have it full and how much space would they have to fill it? I mean making the comparison with the hard disk of the computer.
Albert Michelson: It has always been said that the average incarnated human being uses the 10% or 12% of his or her brain, and that some renowned scientists could use 18%, 22%, 25%, etc. This is relative. First, because scientifically such assertion has not been confirmed, and second because it is not like that.
In fact, the human being uses more his or her brain. Most of the neurons of the cortex are "exploited" to transmit the spiritual concept to the spoken language.
It’s true that my vessel, the professor Jorge, and you, use a bigger percentage because you two have bigger fluency.
This vessel, as a channeler of Spiritual Entities, and you have acquired in these last nine years the wisdom in order to be able to confront, to dialogue and even to debate at some time with the Masters of Light when you translate their messages.
Then, it is true that you can use more the cerebral cortex, what we in the spiritual world call "decoder."
Interlocutor: Let’s see if I understand. Let’s suppose that my brain has a 100 Gigabytes of capacity- I am making a comparison with the hard disk of a computer-. If I acquired in this life more knowledge than 100 Gigabytes, would my brain explode?
Albert Michelson: It would simply happen that the surplus would not be assimilated. In fact two things could happen:
1) that you enter in a tremendous confusion, or
2) As it happens to many people that want to embrace more than they can, you would have psychosomatic problems.
Interlocutor: Is that merely theoretical or has it happened to some human beings?
Albert Michelson: It’s not theoretical, because it has happened in people that have researched beyond their capacity and they have had dysfunctions in their decoders to the point of losing their reason.
You know that the 100% pure spirit or a 90% thetan never lose the reason because they don't have a decoder that can enter in short circuit.
The one that loses the reason is the incarnated being, whether for a bigger frequency of electric contact among the neurons, or due to an impediment of the axons as for the communication.
You in this case handle 40 Gigabytes of a 100.
Interlocutor: Does this mean that I have capacity to incorporate into my brain or my neurons 60% more of knowledge since I have completed 40%?
Albert Michelson: Correct because your brain is still agile.
Interlocutor: When one is born, Does the brain have already a limited capacity to accumulate knowledge? Let’s say 100 Gigabytes. Can that amount be enlarged somehow until 120 Gigabytes or more?
Albert Michelson: It doesn’t have much elasticity because the matter in the physical plane is limited. Nevertheless, there are neurons and tissues of neuronal networks - or the axons that make that communication– that in some decoders have more circuits and that allows them to save, and I repeat your example, a bigger quantity of Gigabytes.
Interlocutor: I understand. Can destroyed neurons be repaired? Can new neurons be created?
Albert Michelson: Against the opinion of many neurologists who affirmed in the antiquity that neurons could not be regenerated, yes, they can be regenerated.
Interlocutor: Are we speaking of a regeneration at spiritual level or at a physical level?
Albert Michelson: The regeneration is at a physical level.
Interlocutor: Excuse me, I asked the question badly. I meant if that regeneration is made through a machine or directly it is the same genetics the one that regenerates the neurons.
Albert Michelson: It is directly the genetics the one that does it.
Interlocutor: Is the process automatic, then?
Albert Michelson: Correct. Anyway, it is true that some elderly people whose neurons have been deteriorated due to some illness have lost their memories and they cannot recover them.
Interlocutor: So not all the cases have a neuronal regeneration?
Albert Michelson: It can be a neuronal regeneration, but that doesn't mean that they can recover their lost memories.
Interlocutor: Now I understand. The point is perfectly clear.
Medium: Jorge R. Olguin
Entity that came to dialogue: Kether (The Ancient of Days)
Interlocutor: Master. A person asked me about his sister who shows signs of paranoid schizophrenia.
Ron Hubbard: To begin with, her illness is karmatic. It is a problem of the decoder that would have to be checked by a neurologist or psychiatrist.
Interlocutor: Did you say a psychiatrist?
Ron Hubbard: Yes, I did say psychiatrist. I am not changing of posture, but rather the Medicine, from 1996 hitherto has advanced a lot in the psychiatric part. In these moments there are medicines of sixth generation that allow neuronal cells be connected and they can make the decoder work better. This was discovered in United States in 1996.
Interlocutor: Do all psychiatrists already use this kind of meds?
Ron Hubbard: No, hardly two or three percent.
Interlocutor: It would be necessary to find them, then.
Ron Hubbard: I repeat it because I want to make this clear that at the present time there are medicines of sixth generation that directly go to the base of the neuron and the axons that are the connectors among the neurons and they leave everything as if it were new again. Then, people who have psychoses or schizophrenias can end up being almost normal people.
Interlocutor: What you are telling me is really fabulous.
Ron Hubbard: Please, highlight what I’m saying. Even if we are detractors of the foolishness of burning brains with electricity (electroshock), let us value the effort of hundreds of biologists who are up to sixteen hours daily researching and having achievements that later on psychiatrists take advantage of.
Interlocutor: Obviously we are speaking about “open-minded psychiatrists”
Ron Hubbard: Of course.
 Engrams are recorded at genetic level in the locus
 Grupo Elron considers Psychiatry as an obsolete science because most of the psychiatrists still use oppressive therapies and they have not advanced since the time of Sigmund Freud and his psychoanalysis.
At the present time, Psychiatrists still deem blindly the works of Freud as the absolute truth, no wonder why they don’t even conceive the idea that he might have been wrong.
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