The Art of Deep Study – 13 Tips for Reading Comprehension

//The Art of Deep Study – 13 Tips for Reading Comprehension

The Art of Deep Study – 13 Tips for Reading Comprehension


In a world where lies are the rule those who seek truth must first master the art of deep study.

Reviving Science is no simple task. The physics of the aether and all it’s associated phenomena composes the very fabric of our world. This is knowledge that holds infinite possibilities and limitless power. Those who horde power have invested heavily in suppressing this knowledge by every possible means.

  • The study of true Aetheric/electrical science has been replaced with the decoy of quantum physics and the outright fraud of relativism
  • An army of disinformers has been funded to have us chasing ghosts
  • Our bodies have been poisoned by GMO’s and sugar laiden syntheic foods degrading our intelligence
  • Social media such as twitter has rendered our ability to focus null beyond 145 characters.



To counter this we must proceed forward in three stages.

  1. We must know what to study, what is truth and what is lies. Professor Eric Dollard has done the heavy lifting here and guided us to the truth.
  2. We must then begin to study this lost science with patience and diligence  We can only proceed forth in experimentation once we have a good general store of knowledge.
  3. We can then finally proceed in the true nature of experimentation, discovery. Instead of forming a hypothesis and trying to prove it we instead try and create the right phenomena and study it through experimentation.

We are now in stage two and we must focus on the right order of study and on developing our ability to study deeply. I have been on this journey for a few months now and have consumed enough knowledge that I feel confident enough to share a few tips.

13 Tips for Deep Study

  1. Set aside some quality reading time first thing in the morning. After you bathe and brush your teeth and feel clean. Try to read before you eat as your mind will be at it’s freshest. If you must eat then have a liquid meal only.
  2. Avoid sugar at all costs. Any kind of sugar will destroy your ability to think. Fresh fruit is okay but only have it AFTER your reading time. Sugar is proven to lower your IQ and you shall notice a difference in your comprehension abilities.
  3. Avoid ALL TV. No exceptions! Ever! There is a reason the British government outlawed hypnosis on TV. TV’s frequency and timing is set for maximum sedative effect.
  4. Avoid social media on the internet. Sure the Facebook news feed and your favorite blogs are a good source of news but when it is time to read stay away from your computer and remove yourself from the internet. Deep study is a jealous lover.
  5. My hero who was known to read a book every night had a special way of reading. He would first read the conclusion then the index and then read whatever chapter he was interested in. I do this and then sometimes read chapters of interest backwards. I find this helps me absorb the information at a far higher rate. If it works, it works! Experiment.
  6. The best thing is real paper. An old bound book is worth it. The pages and the time really do help you absorb the knowledge better. A classical book like Etheric Formative Forces is worth it’s weight in Gold.
  7. Find a place where you feel comfortable and at ease. Anything outside and surrounded by nature is best. if you can take off your shoes and let the soles of your feet hit the ground it does help.
  8. There will be passages and pages that are extremely difficult and should be read multiple times. Do not feel guilty about this. Read a page as many times as you need to until it has sunk in. It is best to focus on comprehension rather than simply scanning. Do not feel bad if it takes you an entire day to grasp even one page. Some of the most brilliant men of all time were very slow readers. 
  9. BREATHE!!!!! BREATHE BREATHE DEEPLY. This may sound silly but I SWEAR to you it works. These books were are reading are among the deepest ever written. The more you breathe in deeply the more your mind can connect with the source and the more you will absorb. Try this as an experiment. Pick a chapter in a book that has always befuddled you and breathe through it.
  10. Read difficult passages aout loud. There will be some passages that even after multiple reads will leave you completely dumbfounded (Heaviside). Try reading them out loud in a funny accent or anything that helps you get by it and soak it in. It may seem funny but if it relaxes your mind then amazing things can happen.
  11. Take notes. Even if you will never read them again or share them the note taking helps you absorb the material.
  12. Take entertainment breaks at night. Watch a movie that is focused in the same general area, such as sci fi etc.. It may inspire you and give you additional stamina or at the very least let you relax.
  13. Stay away from any relativist or modern physics, quantum physics sources. Whenever ou hear talk of E=MC2 or the laws of thermo dynamics then simply put it down and walk away. It can only poison your mind.

The importance of this work cannot be over stated. If we do not do this then no one else will. We cannot count on the “professional scientists” to bail us out because they simply cannot. Their minds have been poisoned by the mind virus of relativity and they simply cannot do it, no matter how smart they are.


It is up to us, the normal folks, the mechanics, artists, musicians  architects and programmers. Anyone who has a love for the truth can do this and we must do this. God willing we shall have more victories.




By | 2017-05-08T18:04:42+00:00 June 20th, 2013|Uncategorized|14 Comments

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  • Andy, London UK

    And remember Tesla’s dictum: Clear thinking > deep thinking.

  • Adam

    I would like to say: Always look at things like they would be the first time u see them… Fresh simply look sometimes can bring us closer to truth than we can even imagine.

  • Declan


    Just to avoid confusion, do you mean Relativism as in the belief in Einsteins relativity theory, or relativism as described in this article: ?

    Thanks for the insight,


  • Tech Zombie

    great point yes!

    I have been trying to understand just what he meant by this…

    We need not plunge into deep hypothesis, better to begin experimenting along simple lines and then continue our study along the areas that we take interest in. A focus more on experimentation rather than blind theories.

    Also I believe he meant for us to only turn to math where a standard process was needed to save us time, rather than let the math be the focus of the entire operation, it should just be a means to save us time at repeated tasks.

    Seems it was another jab at the relativists.

  • Dan

    This is very good advice, no matter what your field of endeavor. Also, look into the world of nootropic pharmaceuticals. The best of these, IMHO are the “trifecta” of Piracetam, Centrophenoxine and Hydergine – all very non-toxic. They act by improving the oxygenation and electrical activity of brain cells. DMAE is also a lesser cousin, a nutrient, and readily available. Vinpocetine likewise. Binaural beat phasing, brainwave entrainment generally, and ESB – electronic stimulation of the brain – have great promise also as “training wheels” for self-management of brain states. EEG biofeedback is the best of these, but prohibitively expensive for most. Best of luck to all!

  • Great article and Great ideas to work with….I read every day for an hour in the morning…..

    In reading some materials about Leonardo Da Vinci & Nikola Tesla and others they use to do word games or logic games to sharpen the mind.

    Here is an idea to add…..Something I find very useful is a “daily log book” or journal. Make sure it is a hardbound notebook- no tear out pages. It will stand up in court if ever needed. Also date the logs.

    It helps when starting out to just let ones thoughts run onto the page..good bad ugly…after a few weeks you will find that the mind becomes clearer from all the chatter.
    Then understanding becomes easier. Logic and reason start to shine through from the inner mind instead of the outside influential world.


  • Mikael Lobban

    Some very sound advice. I definitely have noticed the effects that different types of sugar have on my ability to focus clearly; staying away from white processed sugar and corn syrups as often as possible. There is a huge difference. For a movie break I recommend movies like, The Prestige, John Carter, things that stimulate creative thought. Nothing mind numbing.


  • Robert

    Something that I really want to grok is Eric’s concept of space versus counter-space. And that is going to take some reading and reflection.

    It brings to my mind so many other philosophical threads that I have encountered over the years, ranging from Buckminster Fuller’s Synergetics, to Fractal math, to the natural law concept of “as above, so below.”

  • Jim

    Excellent. “Avoid ALL TV. …TV’s frequency and timing is set for maximum sedative effect.”

    Primary timing: :30 seconds of pitch, often fear inducement for :15 seconds then solution for the next :15 seconds, why? 30 seconds is the average time it takes for a hypnotic suggestion to hit the fabric of the sub conscious and then free wheel on its own.

    14. Avoid having to “prove” to another any of the concepts you are discovering. Many times we project our knowledge outward somewhat as an argument with another who is not willing to be inductive (investigatory without previous bias) and when they resist we persist. This actually stems from the Will of Authority which has been promulgated planet wide for many centuries even within (especially from within) some ecclesiastical dogmas and doctrines. Remember it was not long ago people were literally forced to profess a deductive (given by another) belief in abstractions. If you “get into it” with someone still hooked up to their sub conscious concept of need of approval of authority you will be merely extending your OWN skepticism.

    Skepticism is always best dealt with by hard experience first person style and even if within company of 1000 voices in dissent one having experienced fact will not waver in what they know.

    15. The Emotions between study will set up the vibratory field of study.

    Avoid expressing, thinking about, or even being in proximity to those who are Jealous, Fault Finding, Critical to extremes, angry, irritable, harmful to ANY form of life in thought, word or deed, and those who are vain. Vanity is a mask that one does not yet fully VALUE that which they have.

    16. Distilled Water. It is pure rain water — Hermetic Practices stemmed in part from contamination, or what they THOUGHT was contamination by the plague — which in fact was merely out of control minds fed fear and minds out of joint due to a lack of control of thought. The Renaissance period where distillers became popular was the result of the dark ages.

    17. Law of Recreation. The mind can kink up if only focused on one thing too long — usually take 10 minutes per hour to refocus and wipe mental ram.

    18. It is the will of Nature to Perfect All her Creatures — if we enlist our services to uplift LIFE where ever we find it LIFE will uplift us, or more aptly: Download info to our awareness helpful concepts. 30 seconds can work both ways — taking a new idea INTO the Subconscious AND formulating a QUESTION and holding in stillness for reply OUT of the subconscious. Tesla clearly mastered and trusted this tool.

    19. Learn how to CONCENTRATE. Many cannot hold their mind on one thing at the exclusion of all else for 30 seconds. New thoughts creep in and the focus changes. Use a stop watch to get to the point you can stare at a blank sheet of paper for 30 seconds without even a slight waver. Harder than many may think but your ability to dissect true from false pivots on the ability to concentrate.

    20. Innate Computer. Always realize you are dealing with an inborn computer which recalls EVERYTHING. To the degree you support LIFE in thought word and deed this computer will open up aspects to you. You are never alone.

    ; >

  • Robert

    I would also recommend a study of the logical fallacies, and, more broadly, try to gain an unconscious competence in the trivium (general grammar -> dialectic -> classical rhetoric).

    Basically, use common sense.

    Notice how so much of modern physics doesn’t make sense? I think that’s no accident.

    Another example is some of the (to put a word on it) crap that some third parties are uploading to the public chest or linking to from the Facebook page. I’m referring to perpetual motion machines and whirling contraptions that are claimed to be anti-gravity devices. If it doesn’t seem to make sense then it probably isn’t.

  • Dr. Esteban “Steve” Taracido , B.B.A., D.Econ., D.H., F.E.T.C.

    I Think http://WWW.ERICDOLLARD.COM Love for Goethe and Tesla is Wonderful . His Love For
    Johann Sebastian Bach , and his analysis of his music , especially , Toccata & Fugue in D Minor , Organ is pure genius …The 21st Century , is now in its 2nd decade , and the “Digitization” concepts , with no end or no beginning , remind me of , Finnegans Wake , by James Joyce ( 1882-1941 ) , which has no beginning and no end , and continues to be a
    work in progress til the present day ….Dr. Eric Dollard , is absolutely correct , the future belongs to the “Vocational” People , of the world , e.g. Poets , Painters , Artist , etc. and not
    the Sick Minded Scientist and Academics who presently rule and ruin the planet Earth and
    want to put a dues paying meter on everything the good citizens constituency are doing.

  • Clifford Gobreski

    I strum and sing the hard parts, some over/over, or go back to the tough pages like a chorus, nothing too musical just simple strumming/sing’ng. What the heck, works for me. Maybe you do not play an instrument, just crappy-voiced singing is good enough. Always sounds like Bono to me, stays in my frontal lobe for long time, forever. Cheers!

  • Betty

    could not agree more. the masses are so mislead and have been put into a matrix. thanks for all the great posts.

  • Jacob Westerhoff

    Some brilliant ideas here.

    The most valuable books on my library shelves I consider to be my dictionaries.

    I do a lot of reading and research, and every subject or technology has its own jargon or nomenclature (those words used to communicate the various concepts of the area being studied).

    I’d be lost without my dictionaries – I make a habit of buying one or more (some have easier definitions than others) on every subject I study.

    And don’t believe what kids are taught at school – that the definition will somehow “come to you” by working it out for yourself. That doesn’t work. I personally feel that it is one of the techniques used to “dumb down” the population, and has created a generation of illiterates. (Is that why so little importance is placed on English and grammar in schools these days.)

    When a writer goes to communicate an idea he’ll chose specific words which, when joined together using the rules of grammar, will successfully pass the idea on to another. The reader must know those words, in the same way that the writer knows them, for the idea to be successfully communicated and understood. (Which is why the subject of English and grammar must be taught to all.)

    This covers all aspects of life, from a kid understanding calculus to his parents understanding his SMS abbreviations. Ever pick up a Linux magazine – those acronyms are impossible?!

    Dictionaries, the lifeblood of the English (or any) language.

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