Linking: Extra-terrestrials,  Nematodes and Bunyips

steven guth 2012

Phil Callahan images of insect antenna 


Pieces of the human and extra-terrestrial puzzle are assembled in this essay. The pieces don’t make a perfect fit but they do present a fascinating picture of a possible reality. The essay centres on nematodes (the somewhat unknown tiny worms) that are ubiquitous on the planet, incredibly numerous and highly diverse. The author suggests that nematodes (and crustaceans, insects... humans...)  are a power source that attracts intergalactic consciousness. Extra-terrestrial Insectoids and terrestrial Bunyips are briefly discussed.

Assembling thoughts

Bees, termites, army ants, wheeling flocks of birds and even tiny bacteria are all considered to have some sort of group mind. It seems that each individual bee, bird or bacteria is receiving a signal informing it what to do for the welfare of the group. So there is a sending and receiving of information — or one can suggest that there is a herd mind, and that individuals are just cells within the mind. Or to use a modern idea: it appears that individuals are connected to each other by something like WiFi.

Crystal radios were the first popular radio receivers. They were powered by what they received from their aerial wires, about 30 Metres long. The broadcast signal gets concentrated by resonance, from an area around the aerial, for listening with headphones.

Crystal radios usually used a galena crystal to get the audio from the radio signal. Here is a picture of a little a chunk of crystal  that helps get sound energy using radio resonance.  The crystal set's antenna wire and a few simple other parts work together to attract energy. Pretty amazing huh!

I think that biological antennas are both vastly more efficient and more  sophisticated. Philip S. Callahan in his book Tuning In To Nature presents sketches of insect antennas and their mechanical equivalents.  Callahan proved that the skin of insects, also, includes micro-miniature aerial shapes similar to some microwave transmitter-receivers.

I’ve thought long and hard about human consciousness and have come to the conclusion that we have three important antenna systems that feed our self-awareness process. Here are descriptions of this idea:
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In brief  it runs like this:

Consciousness is universal; it extends though the total cosmos. Our bodies bring some aspects of this totality into focus — our antennas present windows into the totality. A simple example is the visible light spectrum which our eyes are tuned to see.

But we have other input systems tuned to different signals such as hearing. But beyond this we have three significant systems. These are encountered in high level Buddhist practice. The first is the dish antenna shaped skull, the second is the skeleton and the third is the lymph system. The skull contains grey matter. The spine has white matter and interconnects with the skull-brain in the hypothalamus. The lymph system runs on fluid and congregates inside the pelvic area; it relates to the body’s nerve channels.

The skull picks up signals from the cosmos. The spine relates to the earth and the lymph to feelings from the environment. This threefold division can be alluded to as Spirit, Soul and Body or Thinking, Willing and Feeling.

Computer analogies can say each of the three systems runs its own mother board and processing. Processing software relates to our cultural experience. The final motherboard, inside the skull, creates our moving images of self-awareness that are like images on our computer screens.

The power to keep the three computers sensing, picking up signals and processing information, comes from energy around us and the food we digest.

Now back to army ants. Let’s ask some questions:

“Do they possess a group mind? Does the swarm of a million plus individuals just follow mechanical rituals to find prey, camp, move and attack invaders? Is all that complex behaviour just cued into each individual by instinct and chemical pheromones cues?”

My answer to all these questions is that more is happening. We know that Bees dance message and that some termite species know instantly if their Queen is killed. At a minimum, something telepathic – perhaps a radio like signal is co-Linking the group.

But I would want to go further:

What I suggest is that the sum total of all the individuals in the group create a common mind in which a specific spectrum of cosmic consciousness finds a processing system. (Just as the human eye picks up and processes light waves.) Each ant contains an electrical (or static electric) charges that have positive and negative potentials. The group becomes a mind - a loose and flexible mind, but a mind none the less; each ant acting like a neuron in the brain – capable of sending and receiving chemical and electrical signals between itself and an adjacent ant.

The diagram shows a schematic representation of what happens. Electrical and chemical links are made. These run in many directions . The second diagram shows the inter-connectedness of neuron groups in the skull when we think of an idea.

So what ?

 I am saying is that there are two types of mind:

Exo-minds and body encased minds. The human mind is encased. The army ant mind is flexible and moves with the colony as it meanders through the jungle.

Bee hives, termite nests, bacterial colonies all have exo-minds. Bees live in hives and bacteria in organisms this provides some level of encasement. But I would suggest that the human mind has a dense structure and a high level of encasement. This gives us a greater abilities – or at least different compared with exo-minds.

I suspect that intelligence, encased or open, works on the same principles everywhere:

Neurons interconnect with each other through chemical and /or electrical links. This diagram gives a schematic representation of the links involved in reasoning.  In humans the connections move, in insect groups the neurons and the connections both move.

Referring to a computer analogy, minds work by connecting myriads of ‘on’ or ‘off’ connections...and with analog connections?

What happens in an Exo-mind?

Well, thinking, the processes of connections happens, like in our mind but then it is more fluid so there is an expansion and contraction of the flows between synapses. So we are looking at the thinking processes of a large slow reality. A dreaming reality winds its way through the mass of synaptic connections.

Where there is a concentrated collection of synapses – such as in a billabong, where there is water, soft soil and lots of material for food a reasonably clear and consistent dream will be projected. Hence images of bunyips can be accessed by our human antenna system and presented as a visual concept into our consciousness. 

I asked a friend who lives next to a wet swampy area, an ideal nematode location, to visualise for me what he “dreams” when he looks at the swamp. Here is a picture of the swamp and what came to his awareness. It's not a "nematode" but who knows, a collection of nematodes could project any form... Who knows what the spirit of a white-ant nest might look like?

Strange looking creature. Hard to believe that a projection like that could be coming from a nice that pleasant piece of swampy ground that is captured in the picture. But it makes sense, many nematodes are carnivorous. All would eat insects if given a chance and that shape is not all that far from one of largest exoskeleton creatures ever to occupy the mud on our planet. See the sketch of the giant Chelicera eurypterid compared to a modern human.

So if that is what is projected over a swamp or a billabong it is understandable that Aboriginals who were good dreamers and visualizers came to regard swamps and billabongs as dangerous locations.

There is also the additional question: “Could the Exo-mind that projected the image also induce insects, animals and people to enter into its space?” Yes, I believe the nematode Exo-mind can project its force into people’s consciousness.

"Are species' peculiarities evoked from identical DNA for all species? DNA is a phenomenon that responds to test procedures. What if there is a basic DNA, shared by all life, and an individual's DNA signature is because unique selections, from possibilities, stand out in tests?

We humans are so similar to all life. Can we really say that insects have an exo-skeleton but humans have not? Our skulls are almost completely on the outside of our heads; our chests have ribs on the front, back...with a spine poking out from top-to-bottom... About the only seriously internal bones are in our arms, pelvis and legs...and if insects had to get our cubic capacity, relative to surface area, they would have evolved internal skeletons for their legs, too.

The fossilized bug was as much alive as we are; and just as much spiritual as "real". And how much did the group mind, of the bug's cells, determine the 3D shape of the bug?"

(David Beale)

"All shapes resonate to some types of energy. Like crystal-set radios, living beings get their energy, by resonance, from a hugely greater area than the cubic area of their aerials. Living entities, according to the shapes of their bodies, absorb energy and communicate using energy signals of various types. Of the types of energy in Nature, humans slightly understand electromagnetic energy/matter. Other types will be understood; in a future somewhere." (David Beale)

Hold IT!    

Nematodes:   What you need to know.

‘Nematodes’ is just a fancy name for round worms. They are simple animals, unlike insects. They are considered another species category, of planetary life. But both have exoskeletons; and where one merges into the other is a constant source of debate. The picture is of mulch centipede (millipede?) that appeared on our coffee table. 

What follows is largely from Wikipedia: There are estimated to be over a million species of Nematodes on the planet. Only about 20,000 have been described of which about half are parasitic. Nematodes represent about 90% of all life on the ocean floor and account for 80% of all individual animals on the earth. There can be millions in the top 3cms of a square meter of soil.  Nematodes have been found 3 Km underground; they are everywhere in great numbers. Most are under a millimetre in length.


In places where there is water, mud and soil in descending layers plus  plentiful decaying matter the nematode population would be multi  species and gigantic. Billabongs are such a location.  Here are images of a nematode mouth and another of nematodes eating out the inside of a soil grub. Some tiny species eat bacteria.


Nematode power?

This is a complex and unsettling question.

Why unsettling? Because it queries core assumptions that science radiates into our minds.

For example: Consider the assumption that the sun (and only the sun) provides the energy for life processes on the earth. This totally ignores the possibility that there are energy radiations, particles or waves coming from within the earth itself.

This assumption is underpinned by yet another assumption — that the earth is a rotating ball of molten iron surrounded in a brittle crust. We are asked to conceive earth as if it is a soccer ball … and what radiates out of a ball? Nothing!  The assumption carries on: Inside the earth heated magna circulates occasionally fracturing the earth’s crust (as an earthquake) or breaking through as a volcano.

The arguments are many, against the notion that the earth is just an energy free iron ball. For example, how do large trees, beyond the level at which atmosphere pressure pushes water up a tube 10 metres high, get water to their canopies 100 or more meters above the ground? Theories about static pressures and such are glib...not convincing enough, really.

And why should the centre of the Earth be Iron? Gravity, at the centre, is equal in all directions — summing to zero!

And how do Nematodes, living 2 or 3 Km down get their life energy? – Just from the bacteria they eat?

At this stage I don’t intend to go into a description of what I guess happens to create an outpouring of energies from the earth. They may well be more than one. One I have considered one which I have called ‘proto water’ click to access some thoughts associated with this concept.

The idea of radiating earth energy are found in many cultures and are called Chi, Ley line energy, Orgone, serpent power, etheric energy ... the list goes on.

Radiating earth energies have not been scientifically explored (perhaps because the iron soccer ball concept). Yet the results of this energy are everywhere around us; morning dew, crop circles, Primary water and of course deep dwelling nematodes.

Fault lines and crevices are locations from which proto water energy readily radiates. Nematodes find this sort of energy attractive and so have dense populations in these locations.  Nematodes eat soil and act to breakdown rocks so creating creek beds – as in the photo – and ultimately streams, swamps and billabongs.

So there is reinforcement. Damp areas attract nematodes and nematodes create damp locations so attracting more and more nematodes.

Nematodes use proto water energy to make nematode energy. This energy powers the nematode exo-mind and appears to be attractive to insects which share a similar exoskeleton but lack the battery like multi cell structure. Note the segmented body of the centipede in the photo. Insects are drawn to nematode energy and this may well be one reason that insects are found in such diversity and profusion in swamps and billabongs.

This radiating surplus of nematode energy enables the nematode exo-mind to create bunyip projections.* And it is the same radiating energy that attracts insectoids to the creeks, billabongs, swamps and damp hollows.

Footnote * (In a way this is similar to poltergeist phenomenon that occur around the energy radiations issuing from pubescent girls.)

Insectoids and UFOs

There seems a correlation between patches of gigantic nematode population and the ‘perceived’ presence of Insectoids (Insectoids are similar to the bunyip-like projections – but seemingly come from exo-planets) … maybe they are using nematode exo-brains to do …

Insectoids? This site is about extra-terrestrial communication and in the introduction we gave them a passing mention. So what are they?

I met something like them at Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest tea house at Berchtesgaden in Germany. Below I describe what happened to me during that event. Not exactly insectoids but rather a projection – rather like bunyips – from the nematode world.  But the implications of their interaction with the dimensional reality we live in is frightening. The whole text in (unmodified form) can be accessed as the book Messages Stone the Quest in Nazi Germany

The other I place I met insectoids was at Saint Emilion in the Bordeaux region of France; vine country legendary for its quality. It was on a Grande Estate with billabong–like damp patches. The nematode population would be huge.

The region is full of caves and tunnels left over from centuries of war and religious conflict.  Inside one we found Dalek–like machines and the feel of a Dr Who set. Say Dr Who once saved the earth from an Insectoid invasion — it seems that insectoids are an archetypical reality.

I have come to suspect that Insectoids co-inhabit our planet but exist in another dimension. A dimension that we are not used to encountering, one that we humans have cut from our consciousness for a good reason. Insectoids are difficult to understand and scary once on lets them enter into one’s awarenss.

 In the last few days as I’ve been struggling to write this section I’ve made an effort to gain access into the insectoid dimension. So far I’ve had no clear picture similar to what I received at Saint Emilion with its concentration of nematode power. What I get is a constant flow of images — grass hopper legs, praying mantis claws, shinning ball shaped slit eyes, complex antennas... Mostly scary; they seem to be everywhere; they follow us around and seem more aware of us then we are of them.

Perhaps what I’ve been seeing are microscope slides, slices of the insectoid exo-brain; a matrix of awareness that exists alongside us in another dimension. One that is difficult, if not  impossible, for us to access. Only in places where there is a lot of nematode power do the dimensions overlap.

Now let’s head back to Saint-Émilion with its grapes, caves and nematode rich hollows. The Chateau of the winery that I visited was set in damp ground. Nematodes must have underpinned the building (for a bit more on Nematode diversity see the quote here) and supplied enough nematode power to project more than just scattered pieces into our dimension. I felt very ‘wrong’ in the attractive building — not like the horror worms I encountered in Hitler’s Eagles Nest. I felt, I guess I would have to say, ‘invaded’.

I don’t think my companies were as aware of the situation that I felt because they lived in the Bordeaux region and had learnt to screen unwanted insectoid awareness out of their consciousness.

Next to the house there was a well, nearby stood two large insectoids. Maybe four metres tall they made an impression somewhat like an ant but without a segmented body. They didn’t intrude into my space and seemed to smile (hardly a word to use) with amused disinterest; they felt they had a perfect right to be where they were.  They felt cold and unemotional quite unlike the spirits who usually radiate human like emotions towards people who sense their presence. 

Now this is where the tale gets interesting. One of my companions was an extremely gifted mystic who over the months that I spent with her had showed me many things. Living in the Bordeaux region she had met insectoids on many occasions and came to regard them as so far removed from our reality that they had little, if any, impact on our lives. For her, as for most mystic clairvoyants, the connections between other-dimensional spirits and ourselves was real, strong and important. (Many of the articles on this web site allude to this situation.)

My companions experiences suggested to her that insectoids appears to live on the earth and an exo-planet and in fact part of their life cycle was carried out on earth. Conditions on their home planet had become unfavorable and so they needed the earth as a place to breed. The earth becoming a nursery for their egg or chrysalis stage. Insects require the right conditions for their hatchlings to emerge and mature.

The Insectoids' need for the earth means that they have an interest, so to say and investment, in the conditions of earth. As insectoids have access to the nematode exo-brain they can influence nematode populations, species, their bacterial content, their fungal associations and their chemical biproducts.

Building on this I suspect that Insectoids are working to overcome the spiritual effects of hundreds of years of human created agonies. They also seem to be watching with amazement the imbalances brought on agricultural monoculture for grapes, forests, grains. There is a complex link between nematode species succession and the health and vitality of the soil on our planet. Monoculture has broken this link and modern farm chemical practices add to the problems.

Maybe Insectoids, with their ready access to the nematode exo-brain, are working to help the earth return to a healthy condition. Yet insectoids seem indifferent to the human situation. So maybe they are just working to keep their nurseries in good health.

Does all this make sense? I have doubts myself. Still, it is a fascinating ramble through the multi-dimensional possibilities. 

So it seems that we share our globe with an insect like life form that lives in another dimension and sees the earth as part of the complex of planets on which it lives. Perhaps none of this makes sense but if one is in another dimension time and distance may take other forms … anything is possible.


And an argument for the existence of  the exo-mind

Well I'll bee

Steve Gray | November 13, 2008

Bees have a brain the size of a sesame seed, yet they can perform marvellous feats of navigation, count to four and learn tasks, patterns, colours and odours.

Complex bee dances describe the direction, distance and nature of food supplies, even the volume of a prospective new hive.

What's more they have complex relations with each other, can memorise, overcome camouflage and, possibly, express emotions.

"Bees can learn things in one context and apply them to another novel context which they haven't encountered before."

"They have the ability to extract general principles from what they're learning."

Bees can perform the classic psychologists' delayed-match-to-sample task, remembering between blue and yellow cards, for instance.

But the bees can go further, matching stripes and odours and learning colours.

They can also learn to do a non-matched task, selecting the yellow card instead of the blue, a symmetrical pattern against a non-symmetrical one.

"They can be trained to break camouflage, which is of interest for military applications,"  said. Professor Mandyam Srinivasan (Mandyam Srinivasan), the winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Science in 2006 and a Queensland Smart State Premier's Fellowship in 2007."

The unique nature of his research comes from his early training as an engineer working on electronics and feedback control systems.


The above is a cut from this site:

Meeting Nematodes inside Hitler’s Eagles Nest retreat at  Berchtesgaden in Germany.

This piece below is a parallel description to an extract from Chapter 9 of Steven’s book Messages Stone the Quest. You can download a copy at

I wrote the original description a couple of years ago before I had ever given nematodes a serious thought. But now, on reflection, I can see that what I met was the nematode-like energy that is produced underground. We know know that nematodes can indeed live kilometers deep underground and so the energy, that Steven and other visitors encountered, may have come from living rather than fossilized nematodes.

I feel I should add that the experience was very real and bothered me and my partner Kathrine for months afterwards and required a proactive approach to remove “the sensation and the feeling” of invasion from our bodies. So please read and refer to Chapter 9 of the book if you want more information. Hitler’s Eagle Nest ‘tea house’ on the ridge top in Berchestgarten. Note the building on the top of the ridge and the tunnel leading to the lift. A million people a year visit the ‘tea house’.

After drinking his coffee Steven focused his mind towards the man in the red shirt. Steven sensed that he would soon be dead. Worms were coming out of the body, staring through his eyes. Horrible, he was full of elemental beings, worm like creatures … like what eats rotting corpses. Terrible!

Steven with his hand still tightly around the stone tried to relax. He felt elemental beings chewing at his legs, horrid.

Steven let his mind sense its way around the room. The space under the tables was full of weaving, horrid things, racing between people's legs.

Steven's body screamed, "Get out, get out, get away."

But Steven continued to sit, "Help," his body said, "get away, I'm full of holes like Swiss cheese."

Steven looked around again and saw that the elementals of decay were crawling on people's heads and changing shape as they dived off into space. "Get away!" screamed his body again.

The man in the red shirt left hand was knocking the table top. Bang, bang, bang. "Weird," said Steven. "He looks normal, but the shape-shifters are all through him, making horrid shapes."

Steven then realized that the shape-shifters were color-shifters, too. Strong colors, dirty colors, the color of congealed blood waved through their shapes.

"Enough!" said Steven

Steven felt Kathrine’s touch on his shoulder, "You all right? You look terrible. Let's get out. I'll pay, they will understand English here." She took Steven's bag.

In the lift lobby were another crop of stunned people; Steven sensed that death was playing through their bodies. Exiting onto the balcony Steven looked at the hazy view. Kathrine soon came to his side "Let's get away from here, let’s walk to the top of the hill."

Half way up the hill, just off the track with its people, Steven found an empty bench and collapsed. He knew he was wounded,

Kathrine sat next to Steven. She put her hand on his knee and said "Steven, enough, you’re all bent up.

Steven made the thought "Where do these guys come from?" Shocked, he realized that they were moving about inside in his body, looking for nests, making holes. But none the less he kept asking "Do they come from the Romans, from the Celts, or from some other long forgotten civilization?"

"No!" came the answer.

"Did the Nazis know of the power here; and try to use it?"

"It was an accident, a mistake. The beings of decay have been released from the limestone; they released them from the shells, the weeds and the mud … all were here when the salt seas were made. Their nature is to turn life into decay and death."

"So," thought Steven, "they would love wars – where bodies are left to die and decay."

"Yes," came the quick and sharp response.

Steven was exhausted, he tried to lie down on the narrow bench. It didn't work. Kathrine, seeing that Steven was struggling, sat next to him. "We'll take the lift down to the bus terminal; we can wait there."

Steven had to agree; he held her hand.

Three days later, after a pleasant meal in an Austrian hotel, Kathrine jumped up "I'm going to chuck; I can't keep down the salad."

She went to the ladies toilet and vomited. "Not much" she answered as Steven took her to their room.

Later, when Kathrine was lying on the bed, Steven asked, "Are you all right?"

It's an attack, something is inside, getting at me. Kathrine went to vomit a second time. When Steven went to check Kathrine asked, "Do you see them? Dirty red shapes on the floor, moving about."

And Steven saw them, shapes were moving about on the bathroom floor like earth worms, nematodes, moving around on the bathroom floor. The thought came to him, "They are loose like a virus, searching for a new bodies to decay from the inside?"

A bit more about Nematodes, from the web.

It is a strange psychological quirk that humans love , or at least are impressed by, big things. We get excited by fifty inch flat panel TV screens and mile-long imperial battle-cruisers. The bigger a prehistoric monster is, the more it fascinates. Every paleo geek loves Tyrannosaurus Rex, but no-one cares about Parasite Rex, despite the latter being without doubt the more deadly of the two (and far more impervious to anything human ingenuity could throw at it... Resurrected dinosaurs wouldn't last five seconds against modern firearms. You would never see a thirty meter long nematode rising from the river like a mutated alligator from the sewers. And, precisely because of their minute size, lack of complexity and primitive parasitic habits, nematodes are the most abundant form of multicellular life on Earth

 The quote directly below is also found on Wikipedia, it makes the point that nematodes are everywhere and incredibly varied and tough

"If all the matter in the universe except the nematodes were swept away, our world would still be dimly recognizable, and if, as disembodied spirits, we could then investigate it, we should find its mountains, hills, vales, rivers, lakes and oceans represented by a thin film of nematodes. The location of towns would be decipherable, since for every massing of human beings there would be a corresponding massing of certain nematodes. Trees would still stand in ghostly rows representing our streets and highways. The location of the various plants and animals would still be decipherable, and, had we sufficient knowledge, in many cases even their species could be determined by an examination of their erstwhile nematode parasites."


Some of the strange
life-forms that once lived on the earth.

Steven Guth 2011–2012

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Name: David Beale
Date posted: May 22, 2012 - 10:21 pm
Message: I like the "exo" re "mind". Exoskeleton implies the skeleton of an individual. "Group mind" by comparison could refer to a local group, general many classifications must one make, with different names? Would we have as many single words to describe a shared mind, for cells to work collectively, as there are words for various types of snow?
Some people think that the idea of "32" words for snow is wrong. What do people say, then, to warn a friend not to step into the "newly-melted fragile apparently-strong but too thin layer that looks like ice but in fact is fluffy and caused by too many layers of snow having sheets of ice freshly frozen before the snow underneath melts...."...

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