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The History of TimeWaver

The History of TimeWaver

and the Scientific Background

1896

Sigmund Freud

Sigmund-Freud Sigmund Freud reports on the concept of psychoanalysis for the first time. He is deeply involved in the study of the human psyche.
1896

1896

Antoine Henri Becquerel, Marie Curie

Henri-Becquerel Marie_CurieAntoine-Henri Becquerel discovers radioactivity by a coincidence. He called his discovery “uranium radiation”. One year later, Marie Curie continued to experiment with uranium radiation as a PhD student of Becquerel. She discovers other radioactive substances. However, radioactive decay is not predictable and does not follow a causal but an acausal process. Completely new explanatory models have to be developed from that point on.
1896

From 1896

Groundbreaking Findings

Groundbreaking findings in quantum physics postulate: Reality, at its deepest level, is not matter, but information. From this point onwards, the division between matter and psyche is abolished.

From 1896

1900

Max Planck

Max-Planck Max Planck presents Planck’s radiation law and lays the foundation for modern quantum physics with his quantum hypothesis. He is inspired by the work of Albert Einstein, who is still unknown at the time.
1900

1900 – 1945

Revolutionary Findings

Revolutionary findings in quantum physics postulate a new paradigm that forms the basis of today’s natural science: Reality, at its deepest level, is not matter, but information.

1900 – 1945

1905

Albert Einstein

Albert_Einstein Albert Einstein expands Planck’s model. He explains the photoelectric effect and is later awarded the Nobel Prize for his work – the birth of quantum physics.
1905

From 1905

Revolutionary Findings

Physics has to reject the established principle of causality. Einstein and many other renowned physicists of that time are working on a mathematical rule that brings together the four basic forces of physics. A “world formula” cannot be developed.

From 1905

1906

S. Freud and His Colleague C.G. Jung

Freud and his colleague C.G. Jung get to know each other. They have an intensive exchange of expertise over the next few years.

1906

1906 – 1924

S. Freud and C.G. Jung

Jung Freud Sigmund Freud establishes the distinction between the “conscious” and the larger and more influential “unconscious”. He develops a structural model of the human psyche. C.G. Jung develops his model of the “collective unconscious” and the theory of archetypes, thus opening up psychology to new, metaphysical aspects.
1906 – 1924

1912

Alexander Gurwitsch

Alexander-Gurwitsch Alexander Gurwitsch published his theory of the morphic field in 1912 and discovered photoemission in onion cells in 1923. The biophysicist Prof. Dr. Fritz A. Popp later demonstrated this emission experimentally in humans and subsequently established his own variant of biophotonics.
1912

1924

Werner Heisenberg

Werner-Heisenberg Werner Heisenberg establishes theoretical quantum mechanics and thus provides decisive impulses for future nuclear physics.
1924

1924 - 1931

Many Renowned Physicists

The “Sturm und Drang” period of quantum physics. Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker and many other renowned physicists engage in a permanent scientific exchange.

1924 - 1931

1925

Wolfgang Pauli

Wolfgang-Pauli Nobel laureate Wolfgang Pauli introduces a fourth quantum number to describe electrons in the atom and thus explains the stability of the elements.

©Author unknown, Wolfgang Pauli, CC BY 4.0

1925

1930

Wolfgang Pauli

In 1930, Wolfgang Pauli formulates the neutrino hypothesis, a model that explains radioactive decay by introducing a new elementary particle.

1930

1931

Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker

Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker works on the philosophical aspects of quantum theory.

©Hilberath, Kurt, Bundesarchiv B 422 Bild-0174, Carl Friedrich v. Weizsäcker, CC BY-SA 3.0 DE

1931

1932

Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung

Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung meet for the first time. They develop an intense friendship and exchange ideas over the following decades. Together they work out the principle of synchronicity. It states that simultaneous or chronologically close events which are not causally linked, but which appear to be so, are connected by meaning alone. In the following years, Jung succeeds in proving empirically that there is not only a subjective unconscious, but also an objective collective unconscious that interconnects humanity as a whole.

1932

1938

Otto Hahn

Otto Hahn Otto Hahn discovers nuclear fission. Initially, the peaceful use of nuclear energy is the main focus.
1938

1943

Niels Bohr and Erwin Schrödinger

Niels Bohr Erwin SchrödingerNiels Bohr and Erwin Schrödinger, co-founders of quantum physics and later Nobel laureates, postulate that quantum processes represent the interface between matter and consciousness.
1943

1945

Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima

Hiroshima The end of war in Europe in 1945. The dropping of the atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki marked a turning point in the history of mankind. Ultimately, the event was only made possible by quantum physics. At the same time, it is also a turning point for science and research in this field.
1945

1952

Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung

Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung jointly publish the book “The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche”, in which they concretize the synchronicity principle.

1952

1961

Robert G. Jahn

Robert G. Jahn Professor G. Jahn founds the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (PEAR) at Princeton University. He conducts research outside the established scientific community. For decades, he has been working on the mental influenceability of physical random and noise processes.
1961

1969

Burkhard Heim

Burkhard Heim Based on Einstein’s work, the physicist Burkhard Heim (a student of Werner Heisenberg at the Max Planck Institute) was the first to develop a unified field theory, defining the physical Information Field. In its final version, Burkhard Heim’s model consists of 12 dimensions and thus explains the universe. The model distinguishes between a physical reality and a reality of consciousness.
1969

1980

David Bohm

David Bohm In 1980, quantum physicist David Bohm published the book “Wholeness and the Implicate Order”. The structure found by David Bohm defines the explicit and implicate order and provides a mathematical formalism for them. There is always an implicate order that cannot be objectified. In his book, he also describes implicit consciousness as the basis of self-consciousness. His theory is still one of the most promising interpretations of quantum theory.
1980

1981

Rupert Sheldrake

Rupert Sheldrake Rupert Sheldrake, an English Professor of Biology, makes the concept of “morphic fields” internationally known through his research and publications.

©Zereshk, Sheldrake TASC2008, Rupert Sheldrake, CC BY 3.0

1981

1989

Marcus Schmieke

Marcus Schmieke After studying physics and philosophy, the inventor of TimeWaver technology Marcus Schmieke spends four years in various Indian monasteries. There he studies Vedic philosophy and astrology, among other things. The synthesis of natural science and philosophy becomes the guideline in his life.
1989

1994

Scientific Work

Scientific work on the synthesis of natural science and philosophy. Marcus Schmieke also continues the research work of the great and renowned scientists from before 1945. Bridging the gap between physics and psychology or between mind and matter is one of the main focuses of his work.

1994

1995

Naturwissenschaft und Bewusstsein

Naturwissenschaft und Bewusstsein “Naturwissenschaft und Bewusstsein: Das letzte Geheimnis (Natural science and consciousness: The last secret)”. Marcus Schmieke’s first major work to build a bridge between physics and philosophy.
1995

1996

Foundation of the Vedic Academy (ConScience e.V. since 2018)

Foundation of the Vedic Academy (100 years after the discovery of radioactivity):
Publications, seminars, webinars, lecture series, studies on Sanskrit, Yoga, Ayurveda, Indian Astrology, Indian Architecture. Renamed ConScience from 2012. The Vedic Academy becomes ConScience e.V. in 2018, as many of the research areas go beyond the scope of Vedic knowledge.

1996

1997

Book “Das Lebensfeld (The Field of Life)” by Marcus Schmieke

Das Lebensfeld “Das Lebensfeld (The Field of Life)” combines the fundamentals of modern natural science with a spiritual view of life.
1997

1998

Marcus Schmieke meets Burkhard Heim

Marcus Schmieke Burkhard HeimThe result is an intensive exchange. For Marcus Schmieke, Burkhard Heim’s 12-dimensional model forms the scientific basis for the Information Field analysis and is also the theoretical foundation for the development of the TimeWaver systems.
1998

2002 – 2007

Robert G. Jahn and Nikolai Kozyrev

Nikolai Kozyrev Robert G. Jahn The integration of Professor Robert G. Jahn’s research work with that of the Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kozyrev finally leads to a breakthrough. Time is given a key role in the communication between matter and the Information Field. By integrating two Kozyrev mirrors, the TimeWaver technology becomes practically applicable. The acausal physical effects that occur during radioactive decay play a major role in TimeWaver systems. TimeWaver hardware and software is now available and able to connect people to the Information Field.
2002 – 2007

2007

Founding of TimeWaver

TimeWaver Founding of the company TimeWaver in Berlin. Production and development of the first TimeWaver systems in Germany. Introduction of the first TimeWaver systems. Immediate and sustainable success inspires further research and product development.
2007

2009

IACR

Founding of the IACR (Institute for Applied Consciousness Research) in Berlin. This is where the interaction between matter and consciousness is researched. In 2012, the IACR launches the “Single Electron Mind Switch experiment”.

2009

2010

Kränzlin Castle

Schloss Kränzlin TimeWaver moves to Kränzlin Castle – until today.
2010

2010 - 2024

Development of various TimeWaver systems in the field of Information Field technology and frequency application

TimeWaver-Systeme

TimeWaver is successfully developing a wide range of systems, not only for professional use in the areas of wellbeing and holistic health, but also for business, coaching, family analysis and personal development. The systems are sold internationally and users are professionally trained worldwide.

From 2010, TimeWaver’s development team works on integrating frequency applications into the TimeWaver system. As a result, the TimeWaver Frequency system is developed. The next milestone has been reached: Information Field analysis for frequency applications.

The TimeWaver Frequeny McMakin system was developed in collaboration with the US American Carolyn McMakin; it is based on her experience in the field of frequency specific microcurrent (FSM) since 1996.

With TimeWaver BIZ in the commercial field and the TimeWaver Coaching Module, important new applications for Information Field analyses are being developed in the following years.

 
2010 - 2024

2013

TimeWaver Home

TimeWaver Home Development of the TimeWaver Home system, a compact device for home application of the TimeWaver technology.
2013

2013

Global Earth Healing Project (GEHP)

The Global Earth Healing Project (GEHP) was launched on the initiative of Dr. Hendrik Treugut, Thomas Baschab and Marcus Schmieke, supported by the cooperation partners Dr. Roger Nelson and Brenda Dunne.

2013

2013

Christian Halper

Christian Halper Christian Halper, entrepreneur, vegan pioneer and restaurateur, joins the company as an investor and partner.
2013

2015

Book “The Second Path” by Marcus Schmieke

Der zweite Weg von Marcus Schmieke “The Second Path” describes Marcus Schmieke’s life journey of discovery, insights and developments.
2015

2015

LevelWave Module / RealTimeWaver

After years of development in collaboration with Sabine Weber, the TimeWaver LevelWave Module is about to be completed with an extension to up to 65 billion information units. At the same time, RealTimeWaver is released, enabling real-time monitoring of processes in the Information Field.

2015

2017

Book “Follow the Inner Path” by Marcus Schmieke

Den inneren Weg gehen “Follow the Inner Path”, the continuation of the book “The Second Path”, reveals the deep inner insights that shape and inspire Marcus Schmieke.
2017

2017

TimeWaver Pro Software

The TimeWaver Pro software is introduced and represents a milestone in the further development of TimeWaver software.

2017

2017

Founding of ECR (Existential Consciousness Research) Institute

Gründung ECR The Existential Consciousness Research Institute is founded under the auspices of the Veden-Akademie e.V. to organize symposia, congresses and seminars on the subject of consciousness research and to network with other organizations.
2017

2017

Premiere of Healy

Premiere des Healy The medical device Healy, the first smartphone-controlled wearable with Information Field technology, is presented.
2017

2018

First Symposium of the ECR

The first ECR symposium with numerous humanities scholars and natural scientists; the first Worlds of Consciousness conference in Bad Nauheim with over 300 participants.

2018

2019

Founding of the Healy World Network

Gruendung des Healy World-Netzwerks In over 20 countries, Healy World is successfully launched as an international network with Healy as its main product. Introduction of the Healy Watch.
2019

2020

Healy World Network

The Healy World network celebrates 200,000 members.

2020

2021

EQTC Course: University course with seven international professors on consciousness and quantum physics

EQTC Kurs From April to June 2021, a certificate course on “EXPANSIONS OF QUANTUM THEORY TOWARDS CONSCIOUSNESS” with seven international professors and 100 participants is conducted with Marcus Schmieke.
2021

2021

Cooperation of the Scientifical Medical Network and the Galileo Commission with ECR

Close cooperation with the international Scientific and Medical Network and the Galileo Commission

2021

2023

US Launch

USA Launch Official launch of TimeWaver systems in the United States
2023