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Burkhard Heim

Burkhard Heim (1925 – 2001) had the biggest influence on Markus Schmieke’s professional life. Heim studied physics in Germany and worked at the Max Planck Institute after getting his degree. After a short work engagement there, he decided to work by himself on his favorite topic, his unified field theory, which was very much based on Einstein’s work.

In the 1950’s, Burkhard Heim presented his 12-dimensional concept of the universe, where all mental and physical processes come together and are stored as information patterns.

Burkhard Heim’s Concept of the 12-Dimensional Information Field. According to Burkhard Heim, our four-dimensional world – the dimensions d1 to d4 – represents only the lower levels of the universe. Above those exist the Energetic Control Field (ECL), the dimensions d5 to d6 and the consciousness space (dimensions d7 to d12). The four highest dimensions d9 to d12 mathematically represent the mind. 

   
  Through the timewave, the higher dimensions communicate with the four dimensions in our well known space and time. Both lower levels of the consciousness room constitute the Global Information Field (GIF). These twelve dimensions bring matter into direct connection with consciousness. In this theory, the communication between these domains takes place through the timewave.

Markus was spending much time with Heim, gaining clarity on the subject matter and connecting the dots between Vedic knowledge and Heim’s work.

As a result, TimeWaver has integrated Heim’s brilliant concept of the multidimensional field to gain an in-depth understanding of the information field and to read and write in this field.

   
 
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The existence of information fields as well as TimeWaver analysis and optimization are not accepted scientifically. The information field analysis is to be understood as a probability ranking by means of stochastic processes.
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