We are all connected

We are all connected. Especially in some arenas this is a common saying. Of course it is true. We are of the same creation. But just how connected are we?

Gibbering plants

Already more than 100 years ago scientists were busy exploring the senses of the plants and even their interaction with humans. A pioneer on this field was the Bengaleese Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, who demonstrated, that stimuli in plants were indeed of electrical nature. In a book from 19261 he indicated, that the plants are capable of interactions, that we normally ascribe to animals, although the plants totally lack any reminiscence of a nervous system. The mainstream scientific community has up until this day denied the facts, simply repeating:

The plants have no nerves, therefore it is not possible!

And yet it is worth to cite from Wikipedia, what kind of man Jagadish Bose was:

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, 30 November 1858 – 23 November 1937, was a Bengali polymath, physicist, biologist, biophysicist, botanist and archaeologist, and an early writer of science fiction. He pioneered the investigation of radio and microwave optics, made significant contributions to plant science, and laid the foundations of experimental science in the Indian subcontinent. IEEE named him one of the fathers of radio science. Bose is considered the father of Bengali science fiction, and also invented the crescograph, a device for measuring the growth of plants. A crater on the moon has been named in his honour.2

As you can see, he was educated in more sciences, than most people know of and certainly a scientist of dignity.

Interestingly an interrogation specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency of US spent 30 years of research developing on the work of Bose. He started out using the lie detector on the plants, so to speak, and soon found out, that not only do they not lie, they communicate all kinds of signals, indicating what we know of as telepathy. Meaning that their signals are readable anywhere and not at all restricted by physical distance.

A pilot study in dream telepathy

Since then the interest for telepathy is just exploding. Rumours circulate, that elite troupes all over the world are highly skilled and trained in telepathy in order to be able to continue their missions, even after a breakdown of conventional communication systems.

There are some rare documents about US military research on the topic. A paper from 1984 called “Psychoenergetics Research”3 was downgraded in 2002. Reportedly a part of the Stargate program was concerned with remote viewing, and it was first discontinued after 20 long years!

Now the word is out and a search in the Internet shows millions of results for “telepathy training”. Schools of all kinds pop up everywhere, animal whispering not the least!

A preschool boy peeing every night

Here is a story about just how connected we are. Once upon a time a father realized with concern, that his son rapidly was approaching the age, when he would attend school. It was not the school as such that worried the father, but rather the fact, that his son had been wetting his bed every single night, as long as he could remember.

The good parents had tried all means. They had been careful not to offer fruit or liquids late. They had taken the boy to the bathroom middle in the night, to spare him the unpleasant experience of waking up in the wet bed every morning. They even tried to do so twice. No matter what, same story every morning!

But now, as school time closed in, the father thought, that enough was enough! Of he went to the family doctor with the boy!

Well seated at the doctors desk the concerned father explained the difficult situation. He wanted to do whatever needed to avoid situations, that inevitably would be humiliating for the boy. School should be a good and pleasant experience!

The father ended his story. Now he waited impatiently to hear the wise doctors voice. The doctor nodded and stayed calm for a moment; almost as if he had forgotten about the concerned father. Then he lifted his head, turned to the boy and said: In the waiting room there are some cartoons. Maybe you help yourself, while I speak with your father.

The boy did not hesitate and swiftly disappeared from the awkward situation. The two adults exchanged some few words, and shortly after father and son left the office, heading for the pharmacy.

A week had gone since that strange visit at the doctors office, and no change was in sight. An other week passed, and the family was slowly forgetting about the whole matter and returning to the old procedures. Then all of a sudden, the change hit: One morning the bed was dry! And that was it. Never again a wet bed sheet! Everybody were relieved and school start had no bad taste to it.

So, what had happened? As you might reckon, the doctor did not prescribe any ordinary chemistry. It was one or two of Bachs flower medicines. Which ones is long forgotten and does not really matter anyway.

Maybe you will say right away, of course! We know Bachs flower medicine works! But that is not even the point here. The bizarre thing is, that the boy did not really partake in the cure. He actually did not consume one single drop of this amazing medicine! The father did!

And this turns out to be the point more often than otherwise; when we face problems with our children, we should rather look to our selves in order to find the cause and hence the solution.


The story mentioned above points to the fact, that we as parents are more connected, than we usually realize. Yet, bed wetting does not hit every family.

The phenomenon of vardøger lifts this subject to yet another level. A vardøger is a sign telling you up front, that someone is coming soon. This topic is usually put aside as a superstitious fairy tale.

Where as we humans accepted this “scientific” reasoning, humans best friend did not care to listen to the experts. They kept waiting at the doorstep, when their master was coming home. Not necessarily when he was expected, but when he was really coming home.

This phenomenon has caught the attention of many dog owners. But thanks to one person, it has been proven beyond doubt, that vardøgers are real. But they are by no means mysterious spirits visiting you at rare occasions. The name simply represents the telepathic transmission of the actors intend to move, received by the waiting person – or even animal – simultaneously.

This person is Rupert Sheldrake. The description to his book on the topic 4 is very telling and deserves to be cited here:

How do cats know when it’s time to go to the vet, even before the cat carrier comes out? How do dogs know when their owners are returning home at unexpected times? How can horses find their way back to the stable over completely unfamiliar terrain?

With a scientist’s mind and an animal lover’s compassion, world-renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake presents a groundbreaking exploration of animal behavior that will profoundly change the way we think about animals — and ourselves. After five years of extensive research involving thousands of people who have pets and work with animals, Dr. Sheldrake proves conclusively what many pet owners already know: there is a strong connection between humans and animals that defies present-day scientific understanding.

So how do we do it? Some theorize that the DNA actually is an antenna, just like any modern base station, operating on certain wavelengths, according to our relationship and our love for each other.

And which ocean is carrying these waves? Well, ether theories is an other story…

1Jagadish Chunder Bose: “The Nervous Mechanism of Plants” https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.163904/page/n3/mode/2up



4Rupert Sheldrake: “Dogs that know when their owners are coming home”.