Ong's Hat: The Beginning

Ong's Hat: The Beginning

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Ong's Hat is a real but enigmatic location in south central New Jersey that has inspired a counterculture revolution in physics. Exotic pursuits in the Many-Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics by Princeton physicists paved the way for avant-garde experiments in quantum consciousness. Integrating meditation with biofeedback and brain machine techniques, synchronicity attractors were developed which sought out tangible states of existence beyond the bounds of Earth. Allegedly, the experimenters achieved success with the accessing of parallel universes. Up to now, the truth about the cult has been vague and indecisive, but the legends, technology and quantum theory surrounding it are more than tangible. Since Peter Moon's involvement in the Montauk investigation, he has encountered incredible synchronicities with regard to space-time projects and clans of mystery. None of these have been more riveting than his encounter with Joseph Matheny and the legends of Ong's Hat, a real but enigmatic location in south central New Jersey that was once used as a return address for dissident Princeton physicists who wrote anonymous papers that broke the scientific barriers of the day. This is the first book in hard copy format to explore Ong%u2019s Hat, the home of a mysterious ashram with both scientific and natural features that included a hodgepodge of Tantra, Sufism, Ismaili esotericism, alchemy, psychopharmacology, biofeedback and brain machine meditation techniques that was said to involve actual time travel by the participants. Compiled by Joseph Matheny, a multi-talented individual who was chosen as an intermediary by the time-travel cult, this work is based upon the popular ebook known as The Incunabula Papers, but also contains new material revealed for the first time that includes interviews with actual survivors from the ashram and the revealing of an "egg" used for attracting synchronicity induced time travel. Up to now, the truth about the cult has been vague and indecisive, but the legends, technology and quantum theory surrounding the cult have been more than tangible. 192 pages, ISBN 0-9678162-2-X, $19.95