Vibrations, beyond Demons and Satan

Hello,

I sometimes think about how everything has its own signature - this can be read through vibrations of sorts - of all kinds. What if there is a common vibration form that binds and connects us all? Even the so called inanimate objects. That these signal or ????? are out there and waving about - like a radio ( this scenario has been used before ) - but humans and other entities can communicate via these transmissions - precognition can be the ability to log on to the wave before it is to "happen" in its own time in way of the swirling vibrations around it. Like a person can cue in on it, receive it - that objects transmit their own signals and communicate or events in "time" and they too have some sense of knowingness in their own way.

When I speak of removing myself while working on a client (from other post) with my hands for massage or what ever - I mean, that I remove my thoughts - what I think about the situation and make room in the circuitry to allow the other vibration form or signal to come through as if there are two processes of energy, me being one, the healing force being the other and I need to get out of the way to allow it to reveal itself and have the room to maneuver around and transmit to the other person. I find that when I think I am not as able to just be free and allow the "other" (whatever it is) to come through. Clients can feel the energy - even at times there is an electric feeling, a spark (but not like static when you rub on a carpet and such and than touch some one and whammy , a lightning bolt) .....The body is electrical and also filled with soundwaves - there are many wave forms meshing within our bodies and also going straight through our bodies like radio waves, television, cell phones and such. I think these outside artificial waves are very harmful to our natural lives and abilities.

There is an epidemic of fibromyalgia now in the USA - I do not know about the rest of the world. I was diagnosed with it in 97 - after many summers in the fields of England under hi power lines - also I was exposed to lots of pesticides and such. Fibro was rare back then, and I had read about it and brought it up to the other doctors that I may have it due to my symptoms (it is hard to diagnose) ----Now, it seems like lots of people have it - there is actually no pharmaceutical to cure it, there is a med out there they are advertising for use for treatment of the symptoms, but it is really a seizure medicine - researchers do not understand the mechanism in which it works , except for it blocks this and that and (I forget the names) - I manage with herbs and pain management. But, what is causing this epidemic? The nuero signals are not shutting off that screaming pain. Light can cause pain , sound, slight vibrations and what not. There are vibrations all around us interfering with us - some, the natural ones are good - those are the ones that I think we tap into when we have Deja Vu type things or paranormal type events (beyond Demons and Satan - I am not talking about that sort of thing) ....poltergiest stuff does not have to be evil - in most cases it has been very positive.

I feel that they Universe is filled with various signals and transmissions. Between all of them there MUST be a common link that connects us; if there was not, how could it be that we can read or recognize some signals or information that arrives in our brains and is able to interpret it? Whales and dolphins, various animals are known to be able to use their brains to project wave forms of sorts to bounce back to them and create images in their minds - sound waves what ever - these animals/ entities are able to transcend the 3 dimensional world and comprehend other vibrations. They are dependent on this ability and this is how they communicate too on some level and find their food.......in other ways - we have all heard about the Whales beaching and seals, groups of animals that just go nuts or get ill for no apparent physical reason. There is the Bee Hive mentality too -

A matrix of vibrations would create form, in this form there can be what we understand as information (all kinds of different info). The particular intersection of waves in phase or out create a mesh, the mesh at its knots/intersection can be maybe the pockets of events and what we know as specific time events or group thoughts - lots of info in a "pocket" depending on what the pocket is comprised of. Time was once measured by length, the amount of length traveled and measured in units. This has all changed now too. I had written a paper on plotting three dimensional wave / particle forms and geometry that shown how the Speed of Light could not possibly be fixed - I remember about a year later or so, scientists came out with a statement that they did not think that the speed of light was fixed - ----- Think about it, it can't be, as it is traveling through various fields of vibrations (the particles and frequency of waves) - some being denser than others. It is in the denser fields that light would travel slower and in less dense fields be able to speed up as there is less friction and mass to travel through....I mean, come on, it is pretty simple if you think about it......so, all I want to express is that I think that there could be a common vibration that occurs that carries information - now where the vibration originates from is another thought as in maybe that is where the concept of God comes into or the Big Bang Theory et al......

I got some shots today of the stone outside, tomorrow in the light of my room down here, I would like to photograph the picture on the wall. But, I do not know how to post pics here with out having to post on my magazine and then posting a link. Is there any way to post a pic on these posts?

The bit on the "Speed of Light" I brought up to show that what scientists use to think is not really true all of the time and if a little girl like me can figure it out - hey I am no Einstein here - then why for so long was it held as a set and common physics theory as a constant???------ a rule that is not broken????......I think "they" knew it was variable long before they announced it. I still have the paper with the illustrations, I did it with pencil and pen one night while doodleling with numbers and ratios/geometry......

XC

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I work in an office that has no windows, therefore no natural light enters. The source of light is a series of neon fluorescent tubes, which as you know work by exciting mercury vapor with an electric charge. The high rate of vibration is what makes the light steady.

I absolutely loathe these lights. They don't give me migraines, nor they make me more prone to sickness —I haven't taken a day off this year due to sickness for example— I loathe them because of the emotional mood they provoke. These are the perfect trigger for depression IMO.

I also can't stand the noise the ballast makes. During the day is not that bad, but when there's no sound coming from the outside, it can become unbearable. I used to have a compact fluorescent bulb in my night lamp, but I had to change it, because the buzzing didn't allow me to concentrate on my reading. Now I have an halogen lamp, and although it releases too much heat, the warm light it gives is more comfortable; AND it's quiet.

After I take my lunch I have a routine of going to the parking lot, and sit on my car. I take a book or a magazine with me, and after reading a few pages I like to take a quick 15-minute nap —don't start with the whole "Mexican-taking-naps" cliche OK?? ;-)— sometimes it's too hot because the sun is striking the inside of the car, but I don't mind. I like to feel the warmth of the Sun, it feels like re-charging the batteries.

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Interesting you should remark on that, Red, and I'm pleased someone else feels fluoros are allied to depression.

Not so long ago I replaced all my incandescent bulbs with those horrible CFLs, and within a week I was as depressed as hell. Thinking I was probably suffering from paranoia over the loss of my 'nice' lights, I nevertheless put a crystal under each lamp that held a CFL bulb and the depression wore off.

Then I thought that I was probably just kidding myself, but I wasn't! A friend came around to help me with a house clean-up prior to the arrival of 3 visitors and tidyily (and unbeknownst and unnoticed by me) put the crystals back on a shelf with my other crystals. Within days I again felt depressed and then saw what she had done.

The crystals are now back and get soaked in salt water once a week to rid them of the negative vibrations they collect, and I feel okay.

(I hasten to add that the replacement of the bulbs was not due to any fervour to save the planet from its non-existant global warming problem, but to save my pocket from the continual rise in the cost of electricity!)

I think your crystal bed idea sounds besutiful. Good luck with it.

Regards, Kathrinn

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Thanks, Kathrinnn.

Maybe the fluorescent light's effect on a person's state of being has a more prosaic explanation. I think that the tone of white they emmit makes the tone of the skin look all wrong. In basic terms, the fluorescent lights make everyone look like zombies, because they emit a light that is not "warm enough" —remember the green hue that's shown in all the things when Neo is in his cubicle, in the Matrix movie? that's what I'm talking about!. Some people scoff at this idea, but they might be forgetting that our species evolved sitting around camp fires inside caves; I think we're genetically predisposed to favor warm color in light.

The other thing is that with a row of fluorescent lights hanging over your head, the shadows disappear; I think that creates a sense of disorientation.

And there's also that annoying buzzing the ballast make. I know it's not an issue for many people, but it is to me! Even when you're not aware of it, it's always there.

Unfortunately, those lights are favored in every office design because of their cost-effectiveness, and I don't see anything diminishing this trend.

As a professional in the Architecture business, once I stumbled upon this product, the Solatube. The basic idea seems really cool, and even though I've never installed one of this in one of our projects, I'm really intrigued about its potential —I hope people don't mistake this as an endorsement of the product!

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I did some research into the frequency 432hz sometime ago and was toying with the idea that somehow it was a fundamental frequency (and all other vibrations were harmonics of it.....or something like that) anyway, work took over, i'm still interested in the subject but there are loads of other people working with 432 on the net.

If you tune 'A' to 432hz then 'D' becomes 144 (lower octave) and these 2 numbers re-appear in all sorts of places.

Thats not very helpful is it ?

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I admit that I get confused when people talk about "waves" and harmonics and all that.

For starters, when we say that the human brain produces "brain waves", it's not that there's some wavy form of energy that oozes out of our cerebrum into the ether, but that the electric signals emitted by our neurons fire on & off in such a synchronized way, that if we display this data in a chart, it takes the form of a wave.

The wave is mathematical, it is not real —at least, that's how I understand it, someone correct me if I'm wrong.

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Hello -

Some thoughts here:

Mathematics are a unit of measure - a method in which we calculate and plot by. The waves are real, just the mathematical concept models them - this is technique - it may not be correct, but math and geometry all of that has been used to model our being.

Think of the ancient Egyptians, they modeled the GP and Earth and surveyed the land through use of time and measure and understood acr and such with the Sun, Earth's revolution ...

As for the 432 - in 1987-90, I worked a lot on frequencies and the Universe solar system human body music vibration aspect [accoustic physics] - I published a chart on diatonic ratios using 360 as the base tonic at Middle C - diatonic is the scale of 7 tones (Borderland Science published it in 1991 ??? That is on internet now, but I think you have to pay 7 dollars to access that article - well it use to be that way, I don't know what they are doing now).........I have the chart scanned - just more pics to post on Circular Times - but when ever......????

The chromatic scale (scale of one octave containing 12 tones) is a different algorithm -- based off the square root of 12 - or wait, no - the 12th root of 2 ----being equal to 1.059463 ???? (if I can think properly right now -heck I have to look back at my writings to be sure- getting old - do not hold me to this as in accurate numbers this is off the top of my head - trying to just write with spelling and grammar proper is hard enough for me) and that rounds off to 1.06 ---- each note starting at middle C is times by 1.06 to give the next tone or frequency - the chromatic scale was developed in the Renaissance as the Church singers /and arrangers/musicians and such were bored when only able to sing in one scale with out modulation. Chant - that album is a good example of 7 tone scale and traditional scales and tones - however, there are pentagonal scales and all sorts, it depends on what culture you are speaking of and what time frame during history.

Red, there are fluorescent bulbs that are closer to natural sunlight being sold now - yeah, those frequencies are unhealthy - full spectrum is the way to go, but if it is at your office then hey, that could be expensive if you wanted to change them out. Maybe if you talked to your boss and asked that the bulbs over head of you be switched out to full spectrum fluorescent due to your symptoms they might flip the bill for you. Maybe you just have to educate them - also tell them that productivity in the office would heighten if the employees were healthier and happier.

People so suffer from SAD = Seasonal Affective Disorder - this is the sunlight effect. The lack of sunlight (as in winter - the shorter days) as in the lack of full spectrum can create depression and pain in a person ( I go outside a lot in the winter to get the Sun on me - also have that solarium specifically for that and the roof retracts open like an observatory). Often times this has been effectively treated by a person exposing themselves to a light box - you can build one, just build a reflective box with foil or mirrors and place a full spectrum bulb in it and sit in front of it for minimum of 20 minutes per day.

I had looked into color therapy years ago, I have the filters and all....however, it was not until I started stringing those glass beads I have with the various colors and staring at them for hours at a time that I noticed a significant difference in my symptoms of fibro......I was attracted to stringing certain colors on different days. The brain needs frequencies and light frequencies to blast off I guess and when the brain is deprived of these frequencies, stress hormones blow off from the pituitary and hypo thalamus - et al....endocrine system and creates havoc in our homeo stasis....

I did find internet sites on color therapy last year ( the internet is great now - use to be I had to read books all of the time and my Merck Manual ). Researchers are publishing online their data in such fields. I have been in contact with a Danish biophysicist who studies the sound waves in the nuero cells and such ( gets very technical with words no one are going to understand ) however, there has been new research suggesting that our body, the signals transmitted from the nerves to the brain are not all electrical, but sound waves ( only true at this point for some cells and the various parts of the cell and nerve ---) It gets too technical to write here as the words are long and medical terminology. I found this guy from a paper that was published --- we are in touch off and on. I had told him how I healed myself (one aspect) through the use of music and specific vibrations....

Anyway, I could go on and on, but limited here and just have to stop now.

Red, I hear they built a Walmart near the pyramid ---(true or not?) Walmart and Lowes carry the full spectrum bulb - maybe you can try it at your office - the 4 foot length here in the USA was about 6 bucks.........

XC

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Red, there are fluorescent bulbs that are closer to natural sunlight being sold now - yeah, those frequencies are unhealthy - full spectrum is the way to go, but if it is at your office then hey, that could be expensive if you wanted to change them out. Maybe if you talked to your boss and asked that the bulbs over head of you be switched out to full spectrum fluorescent due to your symptoms they might flip the bill for you. Maybe you just have to educate them - also tell them that productivity in the office would heighten if the employees were healthier and happier.

HA! My boss, paying more to increase the well-being of his only two remaining employees (myself and my buddy Octavio, currently at my right)??

Oh, dear Carol. You really have no idea...

And the most ironic thing about it, is that my boss is an Architect!

And in this office we don't even have a bathroom... 'nuff said.

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Red, I hear they built a Walmart near the pyramid ---(true or not?) Walmart and Lowes carry the full spectrum bulb - maybe you can try it at your office - the 4 foot length here in the USA was about 6 bucks.........

I don't think I follow you here. Are you referring to the Walmart that's near the archeological site at Teotihuacan? Yeah, that store has been around for like 5 years now. Pretty sad if you think about it; and also, there was a lot of news early this year regarding some work being done At Teotihuacan to install some lights for a night-time audiovisual show —apparently the contractor did a terrible job, and some archeologists protested that the work was damaging the archeological structures; once again it all boils down to $$$

Hey, guess what: Since I have nothing to do tight now (long story) I decided to design a bed, and one of the ideas I'm toying with is to install a "ceiling" or canopy over the bed where I could install a lot of chains with plastic beads that would hang from it, like the things you do. It would be like having this giant chandelier right on top of you; I think it could be really cool. If I finish it I might send you a computer render of my idea :)

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Hello,

Yes, the one by Teo - it might be miles from you, I thought you were in Mexico City, referring to a Walmart there (yes, I know it is very gross indeed and yes, I know it was awhile ago - always wondered how they got by with that one)...

Architects are not so hip all of the time, I doubt unless the boss man was into alternative thoughts he would understand about frequencies and color - unless he was an acoustic designer as in Opera Halls and sorts ---- no toilet? That is rough.....

That would be highly cool to have those beads hanging so you can see them and relax and take it all in. I have color beads hanging from clear fish line in windows and also from laces where the lights comes into the house and reflects so the color vibes out and glows.I have cut crystals hanging with the facets for more beamers and have crystals) natural uncut in my garden to enhance growth of my babies and plants that need a little oomph............

I found the old info on how to post a link, I hope this works as the url is long......here are the beads. Now, I have made more, not photographed ----- they are very pretty. It takes me hours and hours to fool around with what looks good and could take up to many nights to complete a necklace. These are various styles and colors - I use glass leaves and such too, but I would look and look and a color would look back at me and I would feel like that is what I liked and was attracted to at that time - so for a few days I would work with that color and if I was getting good rushes from that color I would start a new necklace or what ever with the same colors - I have a little lamp that I use to over hang and show the colors while I work - I am sitting down when I do this. But laying down and relaxing and taking it all in yeah, way cool. I would also love to see your diagram.....

See Glass Beads Here

If that does not work I will post the link at the bottom as to not make this ugly.

I bet the glass beads are cheap there compared to here. They are pretty expensive here, but I did not go online I went to the local stores to purchase them, now they do not carry them like they use to. Those designs I made will not be able be recreated - but I have some saved---

Good plastic would work the same I think as long as light is coming through and carrying the frequency and you get a strong flow of color............

When you said Carol? Who is that? Did you mean me and just screwed up my name from Colette?

Look at a color wheel and you will see the contrast of colors and the opposites of each other. This is what I have noticed in nature as I grow flowers too, not just herbs and veggies --- that the flowers seem to like to be growing near their opposites ---as in, the purple coneflower loves to grow near the yellow coreopsis -calendula -

Anyway, you can build a little reflective box as I told you about and place a full spectrum bulb in it - at home you can have this placed where you spend time - over a home desk, or where you eat as examples given.

OK, yeah, not too cool what is happening over there at Teo -----Machu Pichu that has been destroyed ----- I was in Tulum 30 years ago, it is now a tourist garbage dump so is Chitza Nitza and lots of the ruins in middle Yucatan where it is easy for tourists to come in from Cancun. Plastic water bottles everywhere and no trash barrels - well that is what it was like the last time I was there. I love Merida as for a little town - there is a gold town near by - forget the name, something Oro - gold , all houses and cathedrals are painted a gold yellow and there are temple mounds there that have not been excavated - well , again, as far as the last time I was there few years back.

Xc

If these links do not work - go to the front page of CT and scroll down until you see Sabu - and some thumbnails there is the link to that page from my front page of the mag. In the middle of the front I suppose so you will have to scroll -

Here is the link to the colored glass

http://circulartimes.net/Jewelry%20Egypt...

Dr. Colette M. Dowell ND
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Yeah, I live in Mexico city. In the State of Mexico, actually. San Juan Teotihuacán is about 1 hour and a half or 2 hours from here. Even though much of the pyramids is modern reconstruction, I still love the place; specially since I read a book written by Pedro Ferriz & a guy named Christian Siruguet: "Los Ovni y la Arqueología de México"; Ferriz was the father of Mexican Ufology, was close friend of Dr. Hynek, and he managed to organize what became the first international UFO congress in Acapulco in the 1970s. Anyway, Siruguet's main thesis in the book is that the archeological ruins in Mexico are connected by straight lines, and the book had these maps showing how several archeological sites that belonged to different cultures, and were therefore separated by hundreds or even thousands of years, were neatly aligned forming incredible arrays. Maybe that could be done nowadays using Google Earth or Google Maps; hopefully someday I'll have some time to work on that.

And yeah, I screwed up and wrote Carol by mistake. Carol Noble is another member, and one I enjoy discussing things with; she's already written a few things in the post you wrote before this one.

Those glass beads are cool! So, I guess that the best colors to ensue relaxation would be amber, greens, transparent and maybe blues, right? I admit that originally I was thinking of using chains of transparent beads and throwing some color ones here and there —red maybe, but that wouldn't be too relaxing right? ;-)— Still, this design is in a very early stage, so after I finish projecting the basic structure, I would need to do a rendering of the intended final product, and then start locating glass bead dealers. *Sigh* if only I was a famous designer, maybe I could give a call to those Swarowsky dudes :)

Yes, the Mexican archeological sites are being neglected and destroyed. Tulum has suffered lately from a lot of tourist resorts built around it; so now it's almost as if it's an exclusive attraction for rich tourists. Chichen Itza is still in a legal void (technically speaking the site is private property, if you can believe it!). And there are other important sites that have not been taken care of for lack of resources. This presidential period culture has been neglected in general, because the main worry of the government is the god damned war on drugs. Mexico had never seen such violent days since the Revolution ended; scratch that: the Revolution NEVER ended, despite what the books say :-/

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Hi Red,

Hi, when you say transparent are you speaking of "clear" as in clear water -

Glass or anything can be transparent, yet have color and there are solid pieces that have color but are not transparent for light to shine through.

Various colors work on the brain in different fashions as colors are frequencies - a clear crystal, void of color, when cut can create a prism, thus when the sunlight shines through you the facets, the different angles of the facets will split the frequencies and that is what gives you the rainbow colors - rain, moisture in the air, sunlight at a specific angle will also show colors -

Colors are important and not to be used with out a specific knowledge or knowingness ( at least a little ) for long term useyou do not want to make yourself un-nerves or whacked out/vomiting - headaches, schizo crap or whatever...........You are best to read up on scientific research and medical studies that are about color - Properties of color including physical and physiological, interrelated - chemical, psychological ---triads of colors and what colors balance out each other, use of for disease and so forth ---yak yak..........go with what ever color is over all basic for you that you feel tempers you to feel the best after you do a few test runs ----

I suggest for long term over your bed, to first view colors while in different moods and physical symptoms - blue is traditionally good for relaxing, however, so is green and pink - it just depends on the temperament.

If I was to create a canopy over my bed I would use cut faceted beads that reflect color when light shines through - I would have interchangeable strands of color - but, the base tonic colors variated on the strands ---- longs strands of pure color, some strands broken up that contrast and balance -----

Pick a color that you are most comfortable with most of the time and you feel good with.....test it....then make it......

I have heard about what is going on there in Mexico and yeah, not good and would hate it to be in my back yard.

Later - I 'm out of here for now!

CX

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Thanks for all the good advise :)

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Hi XC,

I’m a geologist so come from a bit of a different linguistic background (more of the mainstream “them” type. I find some parts of the muddle when reading other’s ideas are in the metaphors and descriptions as well as the concepts. Waves and particles mean different things to different people and to different backgrounds and cultures.
Spirituality can be a bit like a cauldron to me, you can place anything you like in it, stir it up, and see whatever you choose. Your own personal Jesus as Marilyn states, though I’m sure I’m abusing his metaphor; not that I’m approaching this either from a Christian perspective or from that of Marilyn Manson. It would be easy to find quotes about ‘creating our own realities’ here so it is from within these realities that interact with each others versions.
So far science has pinned down four concepts that seem to describe nature to a significant enough degree to call them real enough to place some level of importance to them. By pinned down I mean that a mathematical set exists that, in the same way that words or emotions sometimes work, works to describe the different relationships seen in nature. These are the electromagnetic, gravitational, weak and strong forces. Some of these work at very small distances, but some of them work at large enough distances to be of interest.
Most of the things we interact with in our world we do so through the electromagnetic force. When you see something, or touch something, this is what you are seeing and ‘touching’. Interestingly theories of quantum consciousness seem to rely on entanglement of photons (electromagnetism) or electrons – though it can be hard to get that information as they are still a little un-descriptive. Either way we are seeing the use of electromagnetism in these ideas. Through these 4 forces we are united with everything else, even within the scientific framework.
I won’t comment on much of what you have written as it would be unnecessarily differential and unhelpful I think. Much of what you have written does not seem to outside of the mainstream though, we are definitely all connected in a million ways, it is the manner of these connections, the ‘reality’ of the connections and their affects that is up for debate. I suspect that it is a debate that cannot really be had based on today’s knowledge though, perhaps in 20 years time.

Regarding the speed of light; if I am reading you right then you are stating that light cannot travel at a constant speed because it slows down when travelling through materials of different densities as its frequency changes. This is indeed simple and well known, it’s good if you figured it out on your own. The point about the constant speed of light isn’t that it is constant all the time though. That is perhaps a misunderstanding based on the fact that it has ‘constant’ in the name, an easy one to make I guess – hell up to a certain age I thought there were two alphabets, the small one and the big one! The speed of light is constant in a vacuum, it is this that is important as it defines the natural speed of light (which is related to the ‘speed of time’), this being the maximum speed of light – think about photons or anything that travels at the speed of light because in theory, having zero mass, they exist outside of time (relative to them, not us). It is possible to slow light down below the speed of light, but never to make it go faster than the maximum speed (called the speed of light). The point with the variable speed of light is not that light can travel at different speeds, but that the maximum speed has changed over time. This would be an incredible discovery if it was proven as it has ramifications for changes in the dimensional structure and the mass of particles (I think- this is tricky stuff).
I have read a few attempts at stating that modern physics is nonsense (linked to from here), but they usually fall down quite quickly, even with my knowledge of physics- never mind giving them to real physicists.