How the Power of Intention Alters Matter with Dr. William A. Tiller

Matter alteration affected by the intention of thoughts

Dr. William A. Tiller’s studies and experiments have proven that human consciousness “changes space.” And he explains how this works in a way that’s easy for us to follow and understand.

But further — and of importance to the subject matter of our current issue — he demonstrates not only that Zero Point Energy is, for all practical purposes, absolutely limitless, but that in it lies our future potential.

It’s not a hoax, and it’s not “science fiction.” It’s science fact. It’s real, and it’s coming soon.


In the classical physics observed in everyday life, matter is any substance that has mass and takes up space; this includes atoms and anything made up

Proving Scientifically that Mind Affects Matter

Dr. Tiller’s experiments to demonstrate the effect of mind over matter began by imprinting electrical devices with a specific intention. The imprinting was done by four experienced meditators, people who Tiller says were “highly inner-self-managed people.”

Then this device — imprinted with the intent — was wrapped in aluminum and sent by overnight shipping to a laboratory 2000 miles away, where it was placed beside the “target experiment” and turned on.

So, for example, the electrical device might be imprinted with the idea of raising or lowering the pH of water. And if the device was turned on in the vicinity of a jar of water, the expectation was that the pH of the water would be raised or lowered, depending upon the original intent.

In the case of that particular experiment, they were looking for at least a full pH unit of difference, something large enough that the results could not be attributed to faulty measurement (it’s possible to measure 1/100th or even 1/1000th of a degree of change in pH, so one full unit is a lot).

So the first result was that they were in fact able to achieve an unambiguous change in the water’s pH state simply through its being in the vicinity of an electrical device that had been imprinted with that intent. And they were able to raise pH (or lower it, depending upon the intent) in this way by as much as 1-1/2 full units, a very large amount.

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The Effect of Repeated Experiments

It was when the same experiment was repeated over and over, however, that the really significant effects began to show. For Tiller has found and proved that when intent is repeated in the same space, eventually it becomes permanent. And when that happens, the laws of physics in that space no longer operate as they did before! (For a homely but meaningful analogy, can you remember when it was “impossible” for man to run a four-minute mile?)

When they kept running the same experiment over and over again, Tiller says, the laboratory began to become “conditioned,” so that the same result would happen more strongly or more quickly. And eventually, it would happen even after the device was no longer in the room.

“In one of the spaces that we have used,” Tiller says, “the alteration in the space of the room has remained stable for well over a year, and it’s still going strong.” (Today, if you can’t run a four-minute mile they won’t let you on the track team.)

In physical terms, what does this mean? What has actually happened to the “space” of the laboratory room?

Tiller explains, “The experimental data we gather seems to indicate that it raises what is called the ‘physics gauge symmetry’ of the room.”

For example, in one experiment they would put a disk-like DC magnet under the jar of water for three days with the north pole up, and measure the pH. Then they would do the same with the south pole up. They wanted to know whether there would be a difference in pH change in the water depending upon which pole was up.

“In a ‘normal space,’ which is called a U{1}-Gauge space,” Tiller says,

. . .the magnetic force is proportional to the gradient of the square of the magnetic field. This simply means that if you do that experiment in a “normal space,” there will be no difference, no matter which way the magnet is turned.

In this “conditioned space,” though, we have been able to get differences of 1-1/2 pH units depending upon which way the magnet was turned. Very big effects.

What this basically means is that the law of physics which says that the magnetic force is proportional to the gradient of the square of the magnetic field has been changed in this space! Tiller says:

The only way that can happen is if you’ve raised the gauge symmetry from the U{1} Gauge to something approximating what is called the SU{2} Gauge. With SU{2}-Gauge symmetry, you have electric monopole and magnetic monopole substances functioning, not magnetic dipoles as you have in a U{1} space.

So somehow, by our procedures, we have created mixed-gauge symmetry. We’ve produced some elements of SU{2}-Gauge symmetry, because that’s the only way you can get a polarity effect.

That says that we are producing domains of order in the vacuum!


planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, and all matter and energy. The size of the entire Universe is unknown. The earliest scientific

The Vacuum Contains Non-Physical “Stuff”

But isn’t the vacuum a — well, a vacuum? Like, nothing?

No, Tiller points out, actually a vacuum contains dense energy potential. But in U{1}-Gauge symmetry, that potential is chaotic and amorphous. It has no basic effect on the physical universe.

But with SU{2}-Gauge symmetry, he says, there is an ordered alteration, a change that takes place. SU{2}-Gauge symmetry actually changes the state of the particles that make up physical reality. And since Tiller has shown that the order thus created in the vacuum is based upon human intent, this shows that we can actually harness the power of the vacuum through our consciousness.

How Much Power Are We Talking About

Assuming that we can use experiments like this to learn how to tap the energy of the vacuum, how much potential is there within this “vacuum stuff”?

Again, the answer to this begins with the understanding that the vacuum is not empty or void. It’s empty only of physical matter. However, the vacuum contains “energy density.” This is actually the central concept of “free energy.”

As Tiller says:

Quantum mechanics and relativity theory are the two prime theoretical constructs of modern physics, and for quantum mechanics and relativity theory to be internally self-consistent, their calculations require that the vacuum must contain an energy density 1094 grams per cubic centimeter.

How much energy is that? To find out, Tiller says, you simply use Einstein’s equation: e=MC2.

Here’s how this comes out in practical terms. You could take the volume of, say, a single hydrogen atom (which is incredibly small, an infinitesimally small fraction of a cubic centimeter), and multiply that by the average mass density of the cosmos, a number which is known to astronomers. And what you find out, Tiller says, is that within the amount of vacuum contained in this hydrogen atom there is, according to this calculation, “almost a trillion times as much energy as in all of the stars and all of the planets out to a radius of 20 billion light years!”

If human consciousness can interact with that even a little bit, it can change things in matter. Because the ground state energies of all particles have that energy level due to their interaction with this stuff of the vacuum. So if you can shift that stuff of the vacuum, change its degree of order or coherence even a little bit, you can change the ground state energies of particles, atoms, molecules, and chemical equations.

In conclusion, despite our attachment to it and our feeling of its solidity and persistence, what we think of as the physical universe is an almost incomprehensibly miniscule part of the immensity of All That Is.

Our future, Dr. Tiller is telling us, lies in harnessing the energies that lie hidden in the spaces between the particles, atoms, molecules, planets, stars, and galaxies of the physical universe. . .

“Matter as we know it,” Tiller concludes poetically, “is hardly a fragrance of a whisper.”



Dr. Tiller’s website is at You may email Dr. Tiller at, but he asks that you include a snail mail address if you wish to receive a reply.

The quotes in this article were culled from a recent interview with Dr. Tiller by Jeff Rense. To hear the interview in its entirety, go to the Yahoo archives and select the November 14 broadcast, or click here. to load the broadcast directly.




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