Friday, May 17, 2013

HALO - turn sound into energy - invention by Dr Sang Woo Kim charges your mobile phone battery by yelling at it!

Phone battery flat? Yell at it! Gadget uses your voice to charge mobile


Speak up: The greater the volume, the greater the charge
Speak up: The greater the volume, the greater the charge
It could go down as one of the most irritating inventions in history.
Scientists have devised a gadget that will allow mobile phones to be recharged simply by talking into them.
The technology turns sound into electricity, allowing a mobile to be powered up while a conversation is in progress – and the greater the volume the greater the charge.
The invention is billed as a godsend for those who regularly suffer the frustration of flat batteries.
But there are fears it will simply be an excuse for inconsiderate phone-users to make even more annoyingly noisy calls in public places.
The technology could also be used to power up personal music players, raising the possibility of charging an iPod by singing along to your favourite songs.
Dr Sang-Woo Kim, of Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea, said that just as speakers transform electric signals into sound, the opposite process of turning sound into a source of electrical power is possible.
He added: ‘A number of approaches for scavenging energy from environments have been intensively explored. The sound that always exists in our everyday life and environments has been overlooked as a source. This motivated us to realise power generation by turning sound energy from speech, music or noise into electrical power.’
Dr Kim’s device uses tiny strands of zinc oxide – the main ingredient of calamine lotion – sandwiched between two electrodes.
A sound-absorbing pad on top vibrates when sound waves hit it, causing the tiny zinc oxide wires to compress and release.
This generates electrical current that can then be used to charge a battery.
Devices made so far can convert sounds of around 100 decibels – the equivalent of noisy traffic, a passing train or a nearby lawnmower – into a mild electrical current.
While this is not yet enough to charge a phone properly, the engineers are hopeful that altering the material the wires are made from will allow them to produce more energy at lower sound levels.
Other ideas for the technology include scavenging the sound produced by motorway traffic at rush hour and using it to give the National Grid a boost.
This would have the added benefit for nearby homes of reducing the amount of traffic noise that escapes.
Meanwhile, U.S. scientists are working on a gadget that converts the movement of the knees while walking into electricity. The knee brace harvests energy generated when someone bends their knee to take a step.
The device would allow commuters to charge their mobile phones while dashing for the train. It could also help soldiers cut down on the number of batteries they need to carry into battle.

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HALO - Rudolf Steiner VII - future descendant creates HALO - technology for music and dance sustainable energy source

In the book HALO, Alice meets Rudolf Steiner VII, the future descendant of Rudolf Steiner, who creates the technological phenomenon known as HALO, harnessing the energy of music and dance to create a sustainable energy resource.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

New book HALO by Steve Skelton from CORNUCOPIA PRESS raising money for UK Charity WAR CHILD

Hi everyone
My new book HALO has been published.
100% of all profits are being donated to the charity WAR CHILD helping children whose lives are torn apart by war.
My book is about "stopping the war" and bringing peace to our world.
I will send you an AMAZON FREE GIFT if you email me at 
Please download the book for FREE to support WAR CHILD
Enjoy a great read and support a worthy cause for FREE!
You are also most welcome to buy it if you wish!
Please forward this email to your friends!
My wife, Sumire, sent the following message to her friends in Japan.
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Saturday, May 11, 2013

HALO - Japanese Book of Kotodama

Alice studies the Japanese Book of Kotodama in Stephen Skelton's new book HALO

Kotodama or kototama (言霊?, lit. "word spirit/soul") refers to the Japanese belief that mystical powers dwell in words and names. English translations include "soul of language", "spirit of language", "power of language", "power word", "magic word", and "sacred sound". The notion of kotodama presupposes that sounds can magically affect objects, and that ritual word usages can influence our environment,bodymind, and soul.
This Japanese compound kotodama combines koto  "word; speech" and tama  "spirit; soul" (or  "soul; spirit; ghost") voiced as dama in rendaku. In contrast, the unvoiced kototama pronunciation especially refers to kototamagaku (言霊学?, "study of kotodama"), which was popularized by Onisaburo Deguchi in the Oomoto religion. This field takes the Japanese gojūon phonology as the mystical basis of words and meanings, in rough analogy to Hebrew Kabbalah.
The etymology of kotodama is uncertain, but one explanation correlating words and events links two Japanese words pronounced koto: this  "word; words; speech" and  "situation; circumstances; state of affairs; occurrence; event; incident". These two kanji were used interchangeably in the name Kotoshironushi 事代主 or 言代主, an oracular kami mentioned in the Kojiki and Nihon shokiKotodama is related with Japanese words such as kotoage 言挙 "words raised up; invoke the magical power of words", kotomuke 言向 "directed words; cause submission though the power of words", and jumon 呪文"magic spell; magic words; incantation".
Kotodama is a central concept in Japanese mythologyShinto, and Kokugaku. For example, the Kojiki describes an ukei (or seiyaku誓約 "covenant; trial by pledge" between the sibling gods Susanoo andAmaterasu, "Let each of us swear, and produce children".[1] Uttering the divine words of an ukehi[clarification needed] supposedly determines results, and in this case, Amaterasu giving birth to five male deities proved that Susanoo's intentions were pure.
Kototama or kotodama is also fundamental to Japanese martial arts, for instance, in the use of kiaiMorihei Ueshiba, the founder of aikido, used kototama as a spiritual basis for his teachings. William Gleason says Ueshiba "created aikido based on the kototama principle," and quotes him that "Aikido is the superlative way to practice the kototama. It is the means by which one realizes his true nature as a god and finds ultimate freedom."[2] Mutsuro Nakazono, a disciple of Ueshiba, wrote books on the importance of kototama in aikido.[3]
While other cultures have animistic parallels to kotodama, such as mantramana, and logos, some Japanese people believe the "word spirit" is unique to the Japanese language. One of the classical names of Japan is kototama no sakiwau kuni (言霊の幸はう国?, "the land where the mysterious workings of language bring bliss"),[4] a phrase that originated in the Man'yōshū.

Friday, May 10, 2013

HALO - Egyptian Book of the Dead

Alice uses the Egyptian Book of the Dead to banish the ghosts of the Dead in the new book HALO by Stephen Skelton

The Book of the Dead is an ancient Egyptian funerary text, used from the beginning of the New Kingdom (around 1550 BCE) to around 50 BCE.[1] The original Egyptian name for the text, transliterated rw nw prt m hrw[2] is translated as "Book of Coming Forth by Day".[3] Another translation would be "Book of emerging forth into the Light". The text consists of a number of magic spells intended to assist a dead person's journey through the Duat, or underworld, and into the afterlife.
The Book of the Dead was part of a tradition of funerary texts which includes the earlier Pyramid Texts and Coffin Texts, which were painted onto objects, not papyrus. Some of the spells included were drawn from these older works and date to the 3rd millennium BCE. Other spells were composed later in Egyptian history, dating to the Third Intermediate Period (11th to 7th centuries BCE). A number of the spells which made up the Book continued to be inscribed on tomb walls and sarcophagi, as had always been the spells from which they originated. The Book of the Dead was placed in the coffin or burial chamber of the deceased.
There was no single or canonical Book of the Dead. The surviving papyri contain a varying selection of religious and magical texts and vary considerably in their illustration. Some people seem to have commissioned their own copies of the Book of the Dead, perhaps choosing the spells they thought most vital in their own progression to the afterlife. The Book of the Dead was most commonly written in hieroglyphic or hieratic script on apapyrus scroll, and often illustrated with vignettes depicting the deceased and their journey into the afterlife.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

HALO - Raziel the Angel - Jewish Mysticism

Raziel the Angel - one of the books Alice studies in HALO

Raziel (Hebrewרזיאל‎ "Secret[s] of God") is an archangel within the teachings of Jewish mysticism (of the Kabbalah of Judaism) who is the "Keeper of Secrets" and the "Angel of Mysteries".[1] He is associated with the Sephira Chokmah (the second of ten) in Olam Briah, one of the Four Worlds of Kabbalistic theory.[2]

HALO - The Kybalion - hermetic philosophy

THE KYBALION - one of the books Alice studies in HALO
The Kybalion was first published in 1908 by the Yogi Publication Society and is now in the public domain, and can be found on the internet. The book purports to be based upon ancient Hermeticism, though many of its ideas are relatively modern concepts arising from the New Thought movement. The book itself early in reading makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one's life when the time is appropriate and includes variations of material found in the book of Proverbs.

[edit]Mental Transmutation

Mental Transmutation (also described as Mental Alchemy, the Art of Mental Chemistry, and the Art of Polarization) refers to the art of changing and transforming one's own mental states and conditions, as well as influencing those of others. It is also called a form of "Mystic Psychology".[1]

[edit]The seven Principles

The book devotes a chapter to each of its seven "Principles", or axioms:

[edit]Principle of Mentalism

The Principle of Mentalism embodies the idea that "All is Mind."

[edit]Principle of Correspondence

The Principle of Correspondence embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence between the laws of phenomena of the various "planes" of being and life.[2] As above, so below; as below, so above. This principle states that there is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between these planes, delineated as
  • The Great Physical Plane
  • The Great Mental Plane
  • The Great Spiritual Plane

[edit]Principle of Vibration

The Principle of Vibration embodies the idea that motion is manifest in everything in the Universe, that nothing rests, and everything moves, vibrates, and circles.[3] This principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, are the result of only different "vibrations".[4] The higher a person is on the scale, the higher the rate of vibration will be. Here, The All is purported to be at an infinite level of vibration, almost to the point of being at rest. There are said to be millions upon millions of varying degrees between the highest level, The All, and the objects of the lowest vibration.[5]
Mental Transmutation is described as the practical application of this principle. To change one's mental state is to change vibration. One may do this by an effort of Will, by means of deliberately "fixing the attention" upon a more desirable state.[6]

[edit]Principle of Polarity

The Principle of Polarity embodies the idea that everything is dual, everything has two poles, and everything has its opposite.[7] All manifested things have two sides, two aspects, or two poles.[8] Everything "is" and "isn't" at the same time, all truths are but half truths and every truth is half false, there are two sides to everything, opposites are identical in nature, yet different in degree, extremes meet, and all paradoxes may be reconciled.[9]

[edit]Principle of Rhythm

The Principle of Rhythm embodies the idea that in everything there is manifested a measured motion, a to and fro, a flow and inflow, a swing backward and forward, a pendulum-like movement.[10] This principle explains that there is rhythm between every pair of opposites, or poles, and is closely related to the Principle of Polarity.[11] It can be seen that this Principle enables transition from one pole to the other, and not necessarily poles of extreme opposites.

[edit]Principle of Cause and Effect

The Principle of Cause and Effect explains that there is a cause for every effect, and an effect for every cause.[12] It also states that there is no such thing as chance, that chance is merely a term indicating extant causes not recognized or perceived.[13] The Principle is clarified in the chapter Causation.

[edit]Principle of Gender

The Principle of Gender embodies the idea that gender is manifested in everything.[14] The authors state that this does not relate explicitly to the commonly understood notion of sex, but rather "... to beget; to procreate, to generate, to create, or to produce..." in general.[15] Gender is manifested as the Masculine and Feminine principles, and manifests itself on all planes.
Mental Gender is described as a Hermetic concept which relates to the masculine and feminine principles. It does not refer to the physical gender of someone, nor does it suggest that someone of a certain physical gender necessarily has the same mental gender. Ideally, one wants to have a balanced mental gender.[16]
The concept put forth in The Kybalion states that gender exists on all planes of existence (Physical, Mental, and Spiritual), and represents different aspects on different planes. It is also stated that everything and everyone contains these two elements or principles.[17]
The Masculine principle is always in the direction of giving out or expressing, and contents itself with the "Will" in its varied phases.[18]
The Feminine principle is always in the direction of receiving impressions, and has a much more varied field of operation than the Masculine. The Masculine conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination.[19]
It is said that there must be a balance in these two forces. Without the Masculine, the Feminine is apt to act without restraint, order, or reason, resulting in chaos. The Masculine alone, on the other hand, is apt to constantly reflect and fail to actually do anything, resulting in stagnation. With both the Masculine and Feminine working in conjunction, there is thoughtful action that breeds success, which points out that both the Feminine and the Masculine fulfil each other.[20]