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THE TAKE HOME:  This blog and the March 2017 webinar together in conjunction were designed to fully address the “hard problem” in explaining human consciousness. The hard problem of consciousness is the problem of explaining how and why we have qualia or phenomenal experiences—how sensations acquire characteristics, such as colors and tastes.


Is consciousness is entangled to your MOM in some way we fail to visualize???

We get all of our mitochondria from our maternal lineage. In order for us to be here today, you had to have been 10 years old at one time, right? The hard problem for this conscious idea is to be able to return to that time at anytime in your life. No one can take us to where we were at 10 years old. You can’t even point to where you were 10 years old exactly, but you can remember this time via your memory. In this way, consciousness allows humans to time travel in reality.

This is no metaphor. It is a hard core fact of reality of mankind. This idea is absolutely empirical but too few realize how incredibly fundamental it is. In order to be here now, you had to have been 10 years old at one point. Now think about your own cells in your body right now. In order for them to be human today, they also would have to have part of their history buried in them somewhere wouldn’t they?

Somewhere in time or in your memory, you’re still 10 years old, in order to be here today. And if you take that idea apart, somewhere in time you’re actually two years old, and somewhere in time that you can’t point to right now, you’re coming out of your mother’s womb. Imagine the beauty of that: back in your mother’s womb, back where you become a cell for the very first time. That single cell can then divides in half back into a sperm cell and an egg cell. And then back to your mother and father tissues wouldn’t it? From your mother and father, we would have to back many thousands of species via evolutionary history and we’d get back to a single living entity 3.8 billion years ago.

So if you take this whole thing back 3.8 billion years, there’s only one entity on the planet, right? And we’re all part of it, like a hand has fingers. Except this hand in my thought experiment is multifractal; it’s got deer over here and humans over here, and each one does a different thing. Dogs smell the world better, so they work as the sensory organ for smell. Humans think and think in patterns, so we’re that part of the organism that makes patterns. And it winks at itself and identifies itself, all this one thing on the planet…….


Consciousness is not an epi-phenomenon of your brain, it’s actually something that your brain creates using its mitochondria as its muse.  It is also fully capable of turning the light of the sun into other electromagnetic waves that is used to build a TV show we call life.  In 1961, Franken and his co-workers observed the phenomenon of second-harmonic generation (SHG) in quartz.  Quartz is a crystal that participates in non linear optics.  Second-harmonic generation is but one aspect of non linear optics.  Our brain is made out of liquid crystaline materials that also participate in non linear optical changes.  Today nonlinear optics has attracted much attention and developed into one of the key branches of modern optics. Without exception, nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals, have become the most important optoelectronic functional material types humans know about now.  They are now widely used in laser wavelength-converting technology.  Our brain has been doing this to wake life up now for 600 million years.  Non linear optical crystals allow for a physiochemical phenomenon when they interact with light.  The light frequencies that best work with NLO is UV light bcause it is the brightest and most energenic part of the visbile solar spectrum that falls to Earth’s surface.   This phenomena manifests often by leeching onto the non linear crystal materials as the carrier.  In turn, the materials usually find a practical application, benefiting from the attached property.  That attached property is what consciousness is, in my opinion.    This is how animals evolved wakefulness from the unconscious sleep state.  Once awake, more energy was made from our hydrogen fuel cells called mitochondria, and that energy was used with more NLO crystals cells innovated to provide us the ability to create how sensations acquire characteristics, such as colors, pitch, and tastes.

For the skeptics reading this understand that modern light engineering takes full advantage of this idea in many devices.  I will also remind you it has been proven that every cell every studied in biology has been shown to release ELF-UV as laid out in Roeland van Wijk’s recent book, Light Shaping Life. In optical engineering particularly, the NLO crystals are vital to the generation of coherent light in the ultraviolet (UV, λ < 400 nm) and deep-ultraviolet region (DUV, λ < 200 nm) regions by all-solid-state lasers, owing to its great application in many scientific and engineering fields such as semiconductor photolithography, micromachining and ultraprecise photoelectron spectrometry.  It appears cells have figured out how to do the exact same thing using sunlight and particular NLO’s,  we now call hydrated proteins.  Consciousness is created by cells using light and NLO protein collisions that become ordered by our mitochondria.  The information in sunlight is chaotic, but it becomes focused and useful because of the NLO and mitochondria in our neurons and other cells.  This creative masterpiece has been nature’s real job in evolution.  She has been on this path for 3.8 billion years.

Other parts of our brain are designed to be “tuned” into this “station of created waves”  like a radio is tuned to a set of information. The brain is also capable of sending out information on this station of waves to all parts of our body and to others in the world.  This is why mitochondria are most numerous in neurons in the human brain.  When we are properly tuned, because our heteroplasmy rates are low and energy production is optimized,  light waves are emitted from neurons to tune in other cells to the proper frequency to communicate. Along the same ‘neurons/wires’ different light frequencies (colors) can occur allowing for different messaging to occur on the same super highway.  We do not have to have a new highway for different physiologic functions as modern neuroscience believes.  This is why the wiring diagram ideas I had to learn in neurosurgery are a relic of knowledge that is no longer useful.  This is also why I can open a person’s skull and remove an entire lobe of someone’s brain and I will have a small effect on their ability to participate in consciousness.

Mitochondria used to be bacteria in evolution’s past that made energy from sunlight by learning to capture the light energy in solar excited electrons as they fell back to the ground state. Chloroplasts used this trick first, 50 million years before mitochondria did.  They allowed plants to begin using chloroplasts and this made life on Earth become wireless connected to the sun to live. Mitochondria and chloroplasts both used to be this single living entity bacteria at one time.

So this single entity I am speaking about, a mitochondria/chloroplast, has not died yet. In the beginning, it was not awake or conscious, it was quietly asleep during day and night for billions of years until 600 million years ago when two other things showed up on Earth because of the sun. DHA and oxygen showed up in large amounts in the ocean and in the atmosphere. All these successive steps were very unlikely but they all happened because we are here today as proof of concept, aren’t we?

Every day we live we are closer to death.  Each cell is dying.  Health, is the slowest form of life our mitochondria allows for.  But this ancestral entity is still there in that dying cell, even today isn’t it?   Remember everyday we are closer to death as we age.  In this way, we get closer to equilibrium.  Life is a dance to stay far from equilibrium and this is the fundamental goal of a mitochondria.  After all, it is only at death when a cell is in equillibrium with its environment.

To keep a cell far from equillibrium is the ultimate job of a mitochondria.  In the process of its task, it can create enough energy to also keep us conscious when the sun is out.  When electrons stop flowing to oxygen in our hydrogen fuel cell death comes with a chemical equillibrium we call rigor mortis.  The entities that are capable of this herculean task are a mitochondria in animals and a chloroplast in plants.  Moreover, every mitochondria on Earth comes from a maternal germ cell line.  Our maternal line is what causes us to become awake and alert.  This also implies why brain fog is always seen with mitochondrial dysfunction.

In plants, every autumn chloroplasts go “back to sleep”, acting like an unconscious state, when leaves fall off a tree.  The plant requires certain frequencies of light to be present to interact phosphorus catalyst to split water into atoms of oxygen and hydrogen in its leaf to create life via photosynthesis and a small DC electric current.  Plants  wake up, or become conscious,  in spring once the specific sun’s light frequencies returns.  For plants consciousness varies by latitude and season.  Places where the sun’s message remain strong allows plants to stay conscious of the sunlight year round.  We do not think of plants as being conscious because we do not observe or understand the deep quantum relationship to their chloroplasts.  A mitochondria and chloroplast both come from a similar bacterial symbiont and both resemble a natural hydrogen fuel cell that runs on water.  We seem to forget this very basic fact is common to both.  Chloroplast consume water by burning it using the sun’s light and mitochondria make it when they burn fats and sugars.  When we see the buds on a tree however we know exactly what that implies for our own environment.  We fail to contemplate what it means for the plants around us.



In animals when they are dying, the “entity” is still in a dying cell, doing what it has always done, making energy to create life’s reality. And what I think is that our consciousness is actually a mitochondrial consciousness in action.  This is why I believe consciousness is not an epi-phenomenon of our brain, it’s actually something that your brain “has turned” the light of nature; into other waves of light like a radio is tuned to a set specific frequencies to gain information.  Like matter, like energy, consciousness can’t be created or destroyed.   Consciousness is related to the presence and absence of sunlight.  It is dynamic and in constant flux based upon the environment it senses.   Our mitochondria/chloroplasts are incredible environmental light sensors. It doesn’t make sense to most because it doesn’t fit the way most believe the world or the universe works. One atom on the periodic table (Phosphorus) and sunlight gave us the chance of wakefulness.  From those initial collisions came consciousness as time ordered more phosphorus atoms for a mitochondria/chloroplast to tune too. Sunlight was capable of building and maintaining this order in those ancient cells.


So I have assumed consciousness is a quantum ability more present in reality than we assume it really is. Consciousness, rather than being something that we contain, maybe something we participate in via the interactions of atoms and light in our cells.

I think this might happen in the same way that our cell is in us until it’s just a dead, dry thing, going back to death. Its light illumination is dimmed and as such, it cannot generate matter or energy well and its memory of its past is dimmed. I don’t think that there’s an afterlife at all.  When the giant organism grows up and becomes an adult, that is the afterlife. Currently, I think we’re part of a larval entity; it lives on the planet Earth; it consumes the planet Earth under the direction of the sun as another part of its development in the same way a caterpillar eats leaves. If you watch the caterpillar, it looks like it’s destroying its environment, but it’s not. It’s actually just feeding to change into something new, a butterfly. And I think that’s what’s going on with us, on our planet right now. I think this is how we go from sleep to wakefulness,  and we call this reality……… life.

Now for the more difficult question you asked me to tackle in the April 2017 webinar……….what exactly is God?

Buckle up.


  1. March 2017 webinar at for the mechanisms of consciousness I elude to in this post.



  1. from podcast recently relistened to: god = energy

    • You might want to listen to my April 2017 webinar………I have a feeling it is going to move people in ways they do not anticipate. No one has ever become poor by giving back to man. The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well. The April 2017 webinar is about how I see God, from my own perspective. I really did not want to do this webinar. When I was recording it, I felt quite uneasy opening the vault of my ideas about this topic. I was reminded of how Jeremy Thomley postioned himself in the dark room against the wall on the member cruise in 2015 feeling uneasy about what members where about to experience. It is not easy to let people peer into your soul, into your third eye. You know what you are giving, but you have no idea what they are getting from that transaction. The take home of April 2017 webinar is this: Mankind believe in the wrong things and creates many false prophets, rules, laws, and beliefs. That’s what frustrates me the most. Not the lack of belief I have, but the belief in the wrong things. You want meaning? Well, the meanings are out there. Humans are just so damn good at reading the tea leaves incorrectly because of their own biases. This part of life is not going to be explained to you in a prayer in any of man’s religions or philopsophies. And I’m not going to be able to explain it to you either. I think some of you are searching for that from me and that is a false alley of reality, in my view. I say that, not because I’m as ignorant and hopeful and selectively blind as the next guy, but because I don’t think life’s core meaning is something that can be explained to anyone. You have to understand it on your own. It’s like when you’re starting to read. First, you learn the letters. Then, once you know what sounds the letters make you use them to sound out words. You know that c-a-t leads to cat and d-o-g leads to dog. But then you have to make that extra leap, to understand that the word, the sound, the “cat” is connected to an actual cat, and that “dog” is connected to an actual dog. It’s that leap, that understanding, that leads to meaning. And a lot of the time in life, we’re still just sounding things out. We know the sentences and how to say them. We know the ideas and how to present them. We know the prayers and which words to say in what order. but that’s only spelling. April 2017 Webinar Now Available at in our store. Have a listen.

  2. Ash Bloom says:

    You’ve been blowing my mind for the last 6 months, since not long after I first faced comorbid illness-disease symptoms. From seeing your work over the years, Dr Jack, you’re either a master conductor who is weaving the cosmos’ story from this quantum biology lens in a very deliberate order to help readers-listeners comprehend it, or you’re evolving like crazy and synthesising these insights once they’ve integrated. I applaud your bravery and generosity.

    Today, I see a shorter, tighter article than usual, written with profound alacrity. You’re an evolutionary event in this story. Thank you.

  3. Adam Karlovsky says:

    Thanks for speaking your mind, Jack. Creative and interesting, as always.

    “Any scientific theory of conscious mind should explain:
    (1) why consciousness exists at all (the “Hard Problem”)
    (2) how consciousness could be locally or globally bound by a pack of membrane-bound, supposedly classical neurons (the phenomenal binding / combination problem)
    (3) how consciousness exerts the causal power to allow us to discuss its existence (the problem of causal impotence versus causal over-determination)
    (4) how and why consciousness has its countless textures and the interdependencies of their different values (the “palette problem”).

    Yet above all, any adequate scientific theory of consciousness should offer novel, precise and empirically falsifiable predictions, not mere retrodictions. A good scientific conjecture should be in Popper’s sense “risky”. The predictions should be robust and replicable. Further, the outcome of a well-designed experimental test should – by antecedent agreement – satisfy both proponents and critics.”

    – A quote from David Pearce, Philosopher

    It would be great to have your hypotheses formatted to directly challenge the issues incited by this quote. The Hard Problem is called Hard for a reason, us (the readership) mere mortals (non-physic-philosopher) really struggle to fill in the blanks – if you can solve the Hard Problem then you’ll be a god among men.

    • Adam I have done for my Members in the webinar. What is in the blog is the surface…..the hard problem is solved here. If you want the mechanism tied to the hard problem that is why we have membership. Look into it. If you dont think its worth ask somebody who has heard the webinar in March 2017. I could care less about critics. I am interested in finding nature’s truths and a critic is NO of use in that journey. The mechanism is testable and we test it every day in surgery when we render people unconscious. The key is understanding how this occurs bio-physically. Anesthesia ideas are stagnant in this realm and mine offer plausibility using bi-polar disorder as proof concept and then give the mechanism which is in fact very testable.

  4. Dr. Kruse, this is random but wanted to ask. Do you have any thoughts or ideas on how one could heal a glomus tumor under the nail besides resorting to surgery? I am currently following your protocol. Thank you!

  5. BRUNO PEZZIA says:

    ” one atom on the periodic table ( phosphorus ) and sunlight gave us the chance of wakefulness..”

    just to put everything in context “IN GREEK PHOSPHORUS MEANS ( BRINGING LIGHT )”

    Great blog Dr. Kruse

  6. Bruno Pezzia says:

    Dr. Kruse
    I’m planning pretty soon to get a membership so to have access in all of these informations which i dare to say most of them if not all are wired-in the culture of my grand fathers not of course the scientific explanations but the practices.So most of the things that you write in your blogs are common knowledge for people here in Greece in their 60’s,70’s and 80’s who happened to live in the country side.

    Thanks again

  7. What are your thoughts on neurofeedback?

  8. Lisa Marshall says:

    Hi Dr. Jack,

    For many years I’ve literally “chased the sun” trying to find the sunniest places to live. It’s been that way my whole life and feels like I only thrive when having the sun and nature in massive amounts. A few years ago I was diagnosed with multiple chemical sensitivity and CFS/ME. The environmental dr at the time explained how I had a lack of mitochondria and needed to use a mitochondrial cocktail along with intermittent fasting. I’m still researching mitochondrial dysfunction and where things went awry to cause such symptoms/disease. Since mitochondria are connected to our maternal lineage, what does mitochondrial dysfunction say about the maternal DNA?

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