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by James Morcan

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I like this book because it´s short (as opposed to this review), simply and clearly written, and addresses an engrossing subject.

Throughout the book the authors refer to their thriller series, The Orphan Trilogy, in which the lead character, Nine, and the other orphans are trained to have genius intelligence.

Previously, we believed that genius was solely a matter of being born with superior genes, but now we realize that genes can be both activated and deactivated, and through the “new” science of neuroplasticity our brains can be changed and much improved by the formation of new neural pathways.

We learn about “polymaths” – “geniuses in a wide variety of fields”, one notable example being Leonardo da Vinci, and polyglots, persons with the ability to master multiple languages; we´re also instructed about the power of the subconscious. “Every genius throughout history – Tesla, Einstein, Da Vinci – tapped into the infinite power of their subconscious minds.”

Learning is much more effective when brainwaves such as alpha, gamma, theta and delta are activated, which occurs when subjects are “laughing, daydreaming, meditation, singing, dancing or spontaneously moving about”.

There are chapters on speed-reading, brainwave entrainment, brain gland activation, polyglots and savants, virtual reality, superluminal particles, Ormus, sensory deprivation, the high-IQ diet, smart drugs, etc, etc.

The authors state that a common goal in most brainwave entrainment technologies is hemispheric synchronization. This is the harmonization of the right and left hemispheres of the brain; “ --- when individuals have both hemispheres operating in similar brainwaves like this they are far more likely to learn and digest new information.”

They refer to Dr. Patrick Flanagan´s Neurophone which “is currently being sold as an aid to speed learning”. I would complement this by recommending Bill Harris´s Holosync technology, which I myself have been using for about a couple of years; this system is marketed as having the same effects as meditation, only eight times more powerful. Holosync forms new neural pathways in the brain and gradually develops and heals us both mentally and emotionally. Using Holosync leads to awareness, and awareness leads to choice, so we don´t keep doing the same harmful things automatically and unconsciously.

Holosync leads to transformation of the personality as a whole. We learn self-reflective observation, where we watch our consciousness. Harris indicates that the programme also leads to awakening since its various levels are called “Awakening” 1, 2 and so on. He doesn´t promise that we will achieve genius intelligence, though he himself does seem to have become pretty smart; anyway, I would affirm that spiritual development is even more important. Newberg & Waldman in their book “How enlightenment changes the brain” state “self-reflective observation and awareness activates (sic) structures in the brain directly associated with Enlightenment and transformation.

The book under review deals of course with genius intelligence and not enlightenment, so please excuse my digression.

In the chapter on brain gland activation we are informed about Transcranial direct current stimulation, or TDCS, which “enhances motor skills, memory recall, and concentration”.

In this connection, I would refer to Dr. Norman Doidge´s two books on the brain (see the end of the review for details), which introduce us to many exciting and transformational items of technology such as K-lasers, LED lights, and the PoNS (Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator) which are currently healing severely brain-injured persons and transforming them from “idiots” to highly intelligent persons, potentially geniuses.

Some people seem to be born geniuses, but the authors point out that many of these have been exposed to special brain-training techniques in infancy/childhood.

Mentioned in the book are the famous tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams, who were trained by their father, Richard, from an early age with the explicit aim of making them tennis geniuses. Here, I would draw attention to the three Hungarian girls, Zsuzsa, Zsófia and Judit Polgár, who were deliberately trained by their dad, László, to be chess prodigies. He believed “geniuses are made, not born”. The middle sister, Zsófia, became an IM (International Master), the eldest Zsuzsa, became women´s world champion, while the youngest, Judit, became a GM (Grandmaster) at 15, and the best woman chess player of all time. She was in the top 10 (of all players, both women and men) until she had her two children (babies do take up a lot of one´s time and energy!), and in 2012 was still in the top 100. “She didn´t bother competing for the women´s world championship because she could have won it in her sleep.” (Stephen Moss)

The information on superluminal particles was new to me. We are told that “consciousness is a field of superluminal matter belonging to the true fundamental universe and --- our world is merely a subliminal holographic projection of it”.

Dr. Takaaki Musha claims that the superluminal field connects individuals with the “outer field of the universe”. “ --- he contends this may explain human consciousness as well as the collective mind of Mankind.”

Decoherence is explained to us. This measures the time to maintain the quantum coherence between particles. “If the decoherence time is long in an individual´s brain, it permits the person to connect to the outer superluminal field easily”.

The relevance of all this is that Dr.Musha believes that decoherence time can be extended by mental training, whereby abilities like photographic memory and polymathing could result.

I admit I found the chapter on superluminal particles quite challenging.

An important chapter is that on Ormus, aka Orme or White Gold. Ormus is said to be a “secret method used to increase intelligence”. It balances both hemispheres of the brain and permits “whole brain learning”.

Ormus contains both gold and a number of other metals existing in the m-state – an unusual high spin state of matter where metals “don´t form bonds or crystals but remain single atoms”.

Ormus is said to correct errors in the DNA and activate junk DNA (which is not junk at all, of course, in fact the opposite).

Neither had I heard of midbrain activation, which is achieved by the equal use of the right and left sides of the brain.

The authors state that millions of children in India, China, Malaysia and Singapore go to schools that specialize in activating the pupils´ midbrains. “Such radical learning institutions are reportedly churning out geniuses by the veritable truckload” – Exciting!

In short, this book is well-written and absorbing; it introduces us to little-known information that will help us develop our brains and thus move towards genius intelligence. Highly recommended!

Additional reading: “The brain that changes itself” and “The brain´s way of healing” by Norman Doidge, M.D. How enlightenment changes the brain by Andrew Newberg + Mark Waldman ( )
  IonaS | Sep 26, 2016 |
GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ
by James Morcan & Lance Morcan

Some people have wondered what if there are faster and easier ways to learn? This book challenges the myth that geniuses are born not developed. It also tells how extraordinarily smart people are developed by using brain enhancing technologies.

We learn that some famous people such as Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein & Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart(to name a few) have achieved their intelligence through and altered state of mind. We also hear how we can use certain techniques to increase our own intelligence.

The brain is a complex organ that basically controls every aspect of our body. I found this book quite fascinating and very thought provoking. It was insightful and really left me with a lot to think about.

I feel that readers (with the love of learning) will greatly enjoy GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ. I really enjoyed this fascinating read. ( )
  SheriAWilkinson | Mar 11, 2016 |
As the authors point out in their introduction, a lot of books out there on genius and intelligence tend to be too academically written for an average reader to fully comprehend, which could perhaps be quite ironic. Lance and James Morcan don't claim to be experts in the field. This short work is purposely intended to be an overview of the subject, and it's a subject they deliver very well.
I felt like I was rummaging through one of those big bumper books of mysterious and strange facts which would keep me occupied for hours as a kid on a wet and dreary day. And even though I was aware of many of the subjects in Genius Intelligence, it was a delight to be able to think about them all in connected coherence.
You'll find plenty of fascinating things like Ormus white gold powder, smart drugs, speed reading and polygots, alongside more everyday ways to improving one's intelligence, like meditation and diet. All in all, a very well rounded up batch of themes, written in a clear and sometimes humorous way. But by the end, I was left thinking: if everyone becomes a genius one day, then there will be no such thing as genius. And what is intelligence anyway? Perhaps information overload actually doesn't make us smarter at all. Basically, I was left with such philosophical musings hanging in my beta brainwaves after reading Genius Intelligence. Lance and James, job well done. ( )
  HarryWhitewolf | Feb 21, 2015 |
Genius Intelligence tells us some secret techniques and technologies to increase our IQ. Some people believe we are born smart. This book challenges that myth that geniuses are born and not developed. It also tells how some extraordinary people were developed by using brain enhancing technologies. Some very famous people, like Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( just to name a few people) achieved their intelligence through an altered state of mind. The brain is a complex organ it controls every part of our body. This book was a fascinating and thought provoking read. It gave me a lot to think about. ( )
  Georgiann | Feb 1, 2015 |
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